George Buchanan in the Lisbon Inquisition; The Records of His Trial, with a Translation Thereof Into English, Fac-Similes of Some of the Papers and an Introduction

George Buchanan in the Lisbon Inquisition; The Records of His Trial, with a Translation Thereof Into English, Fac-Similes of Some of the Papers and an Introduction

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... of Our Lord the King. In the year of the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ, 1550, in the cit of Coimbra, in the Episcopal residence of the Lord Bisho of the said citv, His Lor ship being there present, and also Doctor Jor e Qoncalves, eputy_of the Holy Inquisition, sent to this city by special order of the ardinal Prince, Inquisitor General, there being also before His Lordship, Doctor Master Diogo de Teives and Master George Buchanan, Professors of the College of Our Lord the King, who had been summoned there by order and messa"e of the said Lord Bishop, because it was so ordered, and, they being thus present, fhe Lord Bishop informed them that the said Deputy had shown him an Order of His Highness, in consequence of which the were to be detained until they appeared before His Lordship, the said Prince, and t at it was necessary that they should give up the ke 's of their chambers and of their studies and boxes; and they at once handed them to t e said Doctor Deputg, and they were locked u. And thereupon the said octor Jorge Goncalves, Deputy, together with me, the Notary, went to the College, and to the apartments of the said Dio o de Teives and Master George, and, by the way, he took with him Doctor Marcos omeiro and the priest, Friar Martinho de Ledesma, and all three, with me, the said Notar, and with the said keys, at once entered the lodgings of the said Diogo de Teives, an, as he entered, a aper was given to the said Doctor Deputy, written by the said Diogo de Teives, in w ich he asked that eighty five cruzados " might be sent to him, which were in gold, in a urse, and three pardaos," in another purse, also some clothes and shirts and a smal leather portmanteau, for the journey, which money was found, just...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123681004X
  • 9781236810045