Edicts relating to the Jesuits in Portugal 1758-1759: manuscript
- 1758 - 1759
Scope and Contents
Four edicts or proclamations relating to the Jesuits in Portugal, likely manuscript copies of printed texts. Written in four or more distinctive cursive scripts. The first text (16 pages), begins "Nós D[o]n Fran[cis]co Cardenal Saldanha, visitador e Reformador G[er]al App[ostolico] da Religiaō da Companhia de Jesu nestes Reynos de Portugal ..." and is dated at end "Junqueria à 15 de mayo de 1758". The second text (8 pages) begins "Copia de carta escripta al Rmo. recttor del Colegio de S. Ambrosio de la Com[panhi]a de Jesus ..." and is dated at end "13 de feb[ereir]o de 1759". The third text (8 pages), begins "Anueitao[?] amado filho Fran[cis]co Cardenal Diacono ... Benedictto Papa XIV" and is dated at end "abril de MDCCLVIII." The fourth text (24 pages), begins "Reflexões sobre el manifesto de Lisboa", is signed "El Cardenal Cabalchini tiene" on page  and is dated 1758 at end.
- Saldanha da Gama, Francisco de, Cardinal, 1723-1776 (Person)
- Cavalchini Guidoboni, Carlo Alberto, 1683-1774 (Person)
Language of Materials
Portuguese, cursive script.
Restrictions on access
Open for research.
Restrictions on use
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4 Volumes (4 items (16, 8, 8, 24 pages)) : paper ; 30 x 21 cm
Purchase from Librerio de Antano in 2020.
Materials Specific Details
Comprises items 13-16 in a bound volume containing 15 printed texts and 4 manuscripts relating to the Jesuits in Portugal. Bound in 19th-century full leather with gilt title on spine: Papeles de Portug.
- Edicts Relating to the Jesuits in Portugal, 1758-1759 : Manuscript
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