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" Ceremonies;' together with plates of the system of torture and burnings at the Auto da Fe. I added that it was now generally believed in Europe, that these enormities no longer existed, and that the Inquisition itself had been totally suppressed; but... "
Calcutta Review - Page 77
1857
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Anti-popery: Or, History of the Popish Church: Giving a Full Account of All ...

Antonio Gavin - 1837 - 400 pages
...him that Picart had published to the world extracts from it, in his celebrated work called 'Religious Ceremonies;' together with plates of the system of...was not the case. He now began a grave narration to show that the inquisition had undergone a change in some respects, and that its terrors were mitigated."*...
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A History of the Holy Catholic Inquisition

Cyrus Mason - 1843 - 188 pages
...him Picart had published to the world extracts from it in his celebrated work, entitled 'Religious Ceremonies,' together with plates of the system of...suppressed ; but that I was concerned to find that it was not the case. He now began a grave narration to show that the inquisisition had undergone a...
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The Union magazine, Volume 1

1846
...that Picart had published to the world extracts from it in his celebrated work, called ' Religious Ceremonies,' together with plates of the system of...was not the case. He now began a grave narration, to show that the Inquisition had undergone a change in some respects, and that its terrors were mitigated....
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Incidents of Missionary Enterprise: Illustrative of the Progress of ...

Andrew Redman Bonar - 1849 - 342 pages
...work called " Religious Ceremonies," together with plates of the system of torture, and burnings of the Auto da Fe. I added, that it was now generally...was not the case. He now began a grave narration, to show that the Inquisition had undergone a change in some respects, and that its terrors were mitigated.*...
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History of the Inquisition, from its establishment to the present time [by C ...

Charles H. Davie - 1850
...celebrated work called 'Religious Ceremonies'; together with plates of the system of torture and burnings of the auto da fe. I added that it was now generally...was not the case. He now began a grave narration, to show that the Inquisition had undergone a change in some respects, and that its terrors were mitigated....
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Missions and Missionaries: Historically Viewed from Their Commencement

Joseph Kingsmill - 1853 - 565 pages
...that Picart had published to the world extracts from it, in his celebrated work called ' Religious Ceremonies,' together with plates of the system of torture and burnings at the Auto de Fe. I added, that it was now generally believed in Europe that these enormities no longer existed,...
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The Inquisition in Spain, and other countries

Inquisition Tribunal of - 1853 - 16 pages
...him that Picart had published to the world extracts from it in his celebrated work called ' Religious Ceremonies,' together with plates of the system of torture and burnings at the autos da fe. I added, that it was now generally believed in Europe that these enormities no longer...
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The Great Red Dragon, Or, The Master-key to Popery

Antonio Gavin - 1854 - 408 pages
...the system of torture and burnings S* the Auto da Fe. I added that it was now generally beli>.. cd in Europe, that these enormities no longer existed,...was not the case. He now began a grave narration to show that the inquisition had undergone a change in some respects, and that its terrors were mitigated."*...
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Missions and missionaries historically viewed

Joseph Kingsmill - 1854
...that Picart had published to the world extracts from it, in his celebrated work called ' Religious Ceremonies,' together with plates of the system of torture and burnings at the Auto de Fe. I added, that it was now generally believed in Europe that these enormities no longer existed,...
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Buchanan's Christian researches in India, ed. by W.H. Foy

Claudius Buchanan - 1858
...that Picart had published to the world extracts from it, in his celebrated work called ' Religious Ceremonies/ together with plates of the system of torture and burnings at the auto-da-fe. I added that it was now generally believed in Europe that these enormities no longer existed,...
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