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Ragioni a pro della fedelissima città, e regno di Napoli contr'al procedimento straordinario nelle cause del Sant'Officio : divisate in tre capi : nel I. Si ragiona del grave pregiudicio della Real Giuridizione, introducendosi nel regno editto, o altro statuto di Roma senza l'exequatur : nel II. Si tratta dell'ordinaria maniera di giudicio, che tener si dee nel regno nelle cose pertinenti alla religione : e nel III. Si dimostra il pregiudicio, che fa alla Real Giuridizione, ed al regno un editto, in cui si stablisce il Tribunal della'nquisizione, teniato di pubblicare, senza l'exequatur, intorno agli anni 1692.

Author/Creator:
Caravita, Nicolò, 1647-1717.
Publication:
[Napoli? : s.n., 1709]
Format/Description:
Book
[24], 7, [1], 163, [9] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
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Subjects:
Inquisition -- Italy -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church. Congregatio Sancti Officii.
Place of Publication:
Italy Naples.
Notes:
Written in 1695 by Nicolò Caravita and placed on the Index librorum prohibitorum by Clement XI in 1710. Cf. Diz. biog. degli Ital., 19, 677.
Signatures: a-b⁴ [Maltese cross]⁴ *⁴ A-V⁴ X⁶.
Leaves X1 and X2 unsigned.
Woodcut initial.
Dedication by Giovanni Acampora to the deputies of Naples dated 16 November 1709.
Errata on leaves X5v-X6r.
Includes index.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries copy bound in full vellum with brief title tooled in gold on spine; green silk marker; all leaves detached from their original gatherings, cropped, and mounted within blank paper frames (25 cm.).
Penn Libraries copy has Henry Charles Lea's bookplate on front pastedown and his autograph (1878) on front free endpaper; stamp ("Rodrigo Nolli") at foot of title leaf; red armorial bookplate ("Ex Lib. And. Tontoli.") on verso of title leaf; illegible ms. inscription on verso of last printed leaf; some ms. marginal marks in ink or pencil and a few ms. annotations in pencil.
Penn Libraries copy bound with 64 ms. leaves (some foliated at head outer corner in pencil) containing three eighteenth-century prose documents (transcriptions of printed works?) and several poems in Italian.
Penn Libraries copy has 1 folded sheet of letterhead ("Rudolf Hirsch ...") laid in; 2 folded sheets, 1 with ms. description of ms. leaves and 1 with typescript description of first ms. document laid in.
Penn Provenance:
Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909 (autograph) (bookplate)
Nolli, Rodrigo (stamp)
Tontoli, And. (bookplate)
Penn Chronology:
1709
Contributor:
Henry Charles Lea Library (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
5654794