Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten list of persons baptized in the Parish of Tydd St Mary in Lincoln County, England in 1815. The item verifies that John, son of John and Elizabeth Newton, was baptized on 18 July 1815. The item was verified as a true copy on 8 Dec. 1848 by Charles Ash, clerk of the parish.
Handwritten letter dated 14 July 1793. The item is written in the thrid person and states that "the Bishop of Waterford presents his compliments to Ms. Johnson" and requests that a letter be safely delivered to a W. Lindsey.
Handwritten list of state of settlement of the missions of Sonora, Mexico. "Estado de la Poblacion de las Missiones de la Sonora, arreglado al Plan, y decreto del Exmo S. Virrey, en este presente Ano do 1774."
Handwritten letters all addressed to Cardinal Rodolfo Pio da Carpi, legate of the marquisate of Ancona (200 items). Most of the items deal with religious and political issues relating to the Council of Trent (1545-1563). The items are by various persons including those who were in important in the politics of the time.
Thirty-three handwritten records. The items are largely in Latin with some Greek references. The materials relate to the politics, internal matters, theological controversies, and censorship in the Catholic Church. The items date mainly from the last quarter of the sixteenth to the first quarter of the seventeenth centuries. Also included are references to important earlier events such as the Council of Trent. Many of the items relate to restricting certian works from being read.