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1 1906 History of Inquisition in Spain by Lea 1,496 24:55:30
2 1612 History of Don Quixote, V1 P1 (Below is all of V1) by Saavedra 877 14:37
3 1817 History of Inquisition of Spain from Time of its Establishment to Reign of Ferdinand 7 by Llorente 802 13:22
4 1859 Alhambra: Series Of Tales & Sketches Of Moors & Spaniards
By IRVING 658 10:57:16
5 1841 History of Reign of Ferdinand & Isabella Catholic - V1 by Prescott 534 8:54
6 1922 Historical Tales, V3: Spanish American by MORRIS 482 8:01:30
7 1917 White Plumes of Navarre Romance of Wars of Religion by Crockett 397 6:37
8 1840 History of Moors of Spain by Crockett 246 4:06
9 1898 Short History of Spain by Parmele 140 2:20
10 1960s Crown for Joanna by Dorcy 110 1:49:46
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2 1612 History of Don Quixote, V1 P1 (Below is all of V1) by Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de 219,295W 877 14:37
1 WHICH TREATS OF CHARACTER & PURSUITS OF FAMOUS GENTLEMAN DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA
2 WHICH TREATS OF 1ST SALLY INGENIOUS DON QUIXOTE MADE FROM HOME
3 WHEREIN IS RELATED DROLL WAY IN WHICH DON QUIXOTE HAD HIMSELF DUBBED A KNIGHT
4 WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR KNIGHT WHEN HE LEFT INN
5 IN WHICH NARRATIVE OF OUR KNIGHT'S MISHAP IS CONTINUED
6 DIVERTING & IMPORTANT SCRUTINY WHICH CURATE & BARBER MADE IN LIBRARY OF OUR INGENIOUS GENTLEMAN
7 2ND SALLY OF OUR WORTHY KNIGHT DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA
8 GOOD FORTUNE WHICH VALIANT DON QUIXOTE HAD IN TERRIBLE & UNDREAMT-OF ADVENTURE OF WINDMILLS, WITH OTHER OCCURRENCES WORTHY TO BE FITLY RECORDED
9 IN WHICH IS CONCLUDED & FINISHED TERRIFIC BATTLE BETWEEN GALLANT BISCAYAN & VALIANT MANCHEGAN
10 PLEASANT DISCOURSE THAT PASSED BETWEEN DON QUIXOTE & HIS SQUIRE SANCHO PANZA
11 WHAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE WITH CERTAIN GOATHERDS
12 A GOATHERD RELATED TO THOSE WITH DON QUIXOTE
13 IN WHICH IS ENDED STORY OF SHEPHERDESS MARCELA, WITH OTHER INCIDENTS
14 WHEREIN ARE INSERTED DESPAIRING VERSES OF DEAD SHEPHERD, TOGETHER WITH OTHER INCIDENTS NOT LOOKED FOR
15 IN WHICH IS RELATED UNFORTUNATE ADVENTURE THAT DON QUIXOTE FELL IN WITH WHEN HE FELL OUT WITH CERTAIN HEARTLESS YANGUESANS
16 OF WHAT HAPPENED TO INGENIOUS GENTLEMAN IN INN WHICH HE TOOK TO BE A CASTLE
17 IN WHICH ARE CONTAINED INNUMERABLE TROUBLES WHICH BRAVE DON QUIXOTE & HIS GOOD SQUIRE SANCHO PANZA ENDURED IN INN, WHICH TO HIS MISFORTUNE HE TOOK TO BE A CASTLE
18 IN WHICH IS RELATED DISCOURSE SANCHO PANZA HELD WITH HIS MASTER, DON QUIXOTE, & OTHER ADVENTURES WORTH RELATING
19 SHREWD DISCOURSE WHICH SANCHO HELD WITH HIS MASTER, & OF ADVENTURE THAT BEFELL HIM WITH DEAD BODY, TOGETHER WITH OTHER NOTABLE OCCURRENCES
20 UNEXAMPLED & UNHEARD-OF ADVENTURE WHICH WAS ACHIEVED BY VALIANT DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA WITH LESS PERIL THAN ANY EVER ACHIEVED BY ANY FAMOUS KNIGHT IN WORLD
21 WHICH TREATS OF EXALTED ADVENTURE & RICH PRIZE OF MAMBRINO'S HELMET, TOGETHER WITH OTHER THINGS THAT HAPPENED TO OUR INVINCIBLE KNIGHT
22 FREEDOM DON QUIXOTE CONFERRED ON SEVERAL UNFORTUNATES WHO AGAINST THEIR WILL WERE BEING CARRIED WHERE THEY HAD NO WISH TO GO
23 WHAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE IN SIERRA MORENA, WHICH WAS ONE OF RAREST ADVENTURES RELATED IN THIS VERACIOUS HISTORY
24 IN WHICH IS CONTINUED ADVENTURE OF SIERRA MORENA
25 WHICH TREATS OF STRANGE THINGS THAT HAPPENED TO STOUT KNIGHT OF LA MANCHA IN SIERRA MORENA, & OF HIS IMITATION OF PENANCE OF BELTENEBROS
26 IN WHICH ARE CONTINUED REFINEMENTS WHEREWITH DON QUIXOTE PLAYED PART OF LOVER IN SIERRA MORENA
27 HOW CURATE & BARBER PROCEEDED WITH THEIR SCHEME: TOGETHER WITH OTHER MATTERS WORTHY OF RECORD IN THIS GREAT HISTORY
28 WHICH TREATS OF STRANGE & DELIGHTFUL ADVENTURE THAT BEFELL CURATE & BARBER IN SAME SIERRA
29 WHICH TREATS OF DROLL DEVICE & METHOD ADOPTED TO EXTRICATE OUR LOVE-STRICKEN KNIGHT FROM SEVERE PENANCE HE HAD IMPOSED UPON HIMSELF
30 WHICH TREATS OF ADDRESS DISPLAYED BY FAIR DOROTHEA, WITH OTHER MATTERS PLEASANT & AMUSING
31 DELECTABLE DISCUSSION BETWEEN DON QUIXOTE & SANCHO PANZA, HIS SQUIRE, TOGETHER WITH OTHER INCIDENTS
32 WHICH TREATS OF WHAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE'S PARTY AT INN
33 IN WHICH IS RELATED NOVEL OF "ILL-ADVISED CURIOSITY"
34 IN WHICH IS CONTINUED NOVEL OF "ILL-ADVISED CURIOSITY"
35 WHICH TREATS OF HEROIC & PRODIGIOUS BATTLE DON QUIXOTE HAD WITH CERTAIN SKINS OF RED WINE, & BRINGS NOVEL OF "ILL-ADVISED CURIOSITY" TO A CLOSE
36 WHICH TREATS OF MORE CURIOUS INCIDENTS THAT OCCURRED AT INN
37 IN WHICH IS CONTINUED STORY OF FAMOUS PRINCESS MICOMICONA, WITH OTHER DROLL ADVENTURES
38 WHICH TREATS OF CURIOUS DISCOURSE DON QUIXOTE DELIVERED ON ARMS & LETTERS
39 WHEREIN CAPTIVE RELATES HIS LIFE & ADVENTURES
40 IN WHICH STORY OF CAPTIVE IS CONTINUED
41 IN WHICH CAPTIVE STILL CONTINUES HIS ADVENTURES
42 WHICH TREATS OF WHAT FURTHER TOOK PLACE IN INN, & SEVERAL OTHER THINGS WORTH KNOWING
43 WHEREIN IS RELATED PLEASANT STORY OF MULETEER, TOGETHER WITH OTHER STRANGE THINGS THAT CAME TO PASS IN INN
44 IN WHICH ARE CONTINUED UNHEARD-OF ADVENTURES OF INN
45 IN WHICH DOUBTFUL QUESTION OF MAMBRINO'S HELMET & PACK-SADDLE IS FINALLY SETTLED, WITH OTHER ADVENTURES THAT OCCURRED IN TRUTH & EARNEST
46 END OF NOTABLE ADVENTURE OF OFFICERS OF HOLY BROTHERHOOD: & GREAT FEROCITY OF OUR WORTHY KNIGHT, DON QUIXOTE
47 STRANGE MANNER IN WHICH DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA WAS CARRIED AWAY ENCHANTED, TOGETHER WITH OTHER REMARKABLE INCIDENTS
48 IN WHICH CANON PURSUES SUBJECT OF BOOKS OF CHIVALRY, WITH OTHER MATTERS WORTHY OF HIS WIT
49 WHICH TREATS OF SHREWD CONVERSATION WHICH SANCHO PANZA HELD WITH HIS MASTER DON QUIXOTE
50 SHREWD CONTROVERSY WHICH DON QUIXOTE & CANON HELD, TOGETHER WITH OTHER INCIDENTS
51 WHICH DEALS WITH WHAT GOATHERD TOLD THOSE WHO WERE CARRYING OFF DON QUIXOTE
52 QUARREL THAT DON QUIXOTE HAD WITH GOATHERD, TOGETHER WITH RARE ADVENTURE OF PENITENTS, WHICH WITH EXPENDITURE OF SWEAT HE BROUGHT TO HAPPY CONCLUSION
3 1817 History of Inquisition of Spain from Time of its Establishment to Reign of Ferdin & 7 by Llorente, Juan Antonio 200,504W 802 13:22
1 1st Epoch of Church till Conversion of Emperor Constantino
2 1200s Establishment of General Inquisition against Heretics
3 Ancient Inquisitiou of Spain
4 Government of Old Inquisition
5 Establishment of Modern Inquisition in Spain
6 Creation of Gr & Inquisitor-general, of Royal Council of Inquisition, of Subaltern Tribunals & Or- ganic Laws, Establishment of Holy Office in Aragon
7 Additional Acts to 1st Constitution of Holy Office, Consequences of them, & Appeals to Rome against them
8 Expulsion of Jews, Proceedings against Bishops, Death of Torquemada
9 Procedure of Modern Inquisition
10 principal Events during Ministry of In- quisitors Dcza & Cisncros
11 Attempt made by Cortes of Castile & Aragon to reform Inquisition, Of principal Events under Adrian, 4th Inquisitor-general
12 Conduct of Inquisitors towards Morescoes
13 Prohibition of Boolis & other Articles
14 Particular Trials for Suspicion of Luthcranisin, & Ronie other Crimes
15 Prosecution of Sorcerers, M.igicians, Enclianters, Ne- cromancers & others
16 Trial of false Nuncio of Portugal, & other important Events during time of Cardinal Tabera, 6th Inquisitor-general
17 Inquisitions of Naples, Sicily, & Malta, & Events of Time of Cardinal Loaisa, seventh Inqui- sitor-general
18 important Events during 1st years of Administration of 8th Inquisitor-general Religion of Charles 5 during last years of his Life
19 Proceedings against Charles 5 & Philip 2 as Schismatics & Favourers of Heresy, Progress of In-quisition under last of these Princes, Consequences of particular Favour which he shewed towards it
20 1539 Inquisition celebrates at Valladolid, in 2 Autos-da-fe against Lutherans, in Presence of some Members of Royal Family
21 History of 2 Autos-da-f6, celebrated against Lutherans in City of Seville
22 Ordinances of Wl, which have been followed in Proceedings of Holy Office, until present Time
23 Of some Autos-da-fe celebrated in Murcia
24 Autos-da-fe celebrated by Inquisitions of Toledo, Saragossa, A'alencia, Logrono, Grenada, Cuen9a, & Sardinia, during Reign of Philip
25 Learned Men who have been persecuted by Inquisition
26 Offences committed by Inquisitors against Royal Authority & Magistrates
27 Trials of several Sovereigns & Princes undertaken by Inquisition
28 Conduct of Holy Office towards those Priests who abused Sacrament of Confession
29 Trials instituted by Inquisition against Prelates & Spanish Doctors of Council of Trent
30 Prosecution of several Saints & Holy Per- sons by Inquisition
31 celebrated Trial of Don Carios, Prince of Asturias
32 Trial of Archbishop of Toledo
33 Continuation of Trial, until Archbishop went to Rome
34 End of Trial of Carranza His Death
35 Trial of Antonio Perez, Minister & 1st Secretary of State to Philip 2
36 several Trials occasioned by that of Antonio Perez
37 principal Events in Inquisition during Reign of Philip 3
38 Trials & Autos-da-fe during Reign of Philip 4
39 Inquisition during Reign of Charles 2
40 Inquisition in Reign of Philip 5
41 Inquisition during Reign of Ferdin & 6
42 Inquisition under Charies 3
43 Spanish Inquisition under Charies 4
44 Inquisition during Reign of Ferdin & 7
5 1841 History of Reign of Ferdin & & Isabella Catholic - V1 by Prescott, William Hickling 133,408W 534 8:54
1
1 VIEW OF CASTILIAN MONARCHY BEFORE 1400s
2 1450s STATE OF SPAIN
3 EARLY HISTORY & CONSTITUTION OF CASTILE
4 VISIGOTHS INVASION OF ARABS
5 ITS INFLUENCE ON CONDITION OF SPANIARDS
6 CAUSES OF THEIR SLOW RECONQUEST OF COUNTRY
7 THEIR ULTIMATE SUCCESS
8 CERTAIN THEIR RELIGIOUS ENTHUSIASM
9 INFLUENCE OF THEIR MINSTRELSY
10 THEIR CHARITY TO INFIDEL
11 THEIR CHIVALRY
12 EARLY IMPORTANCE OF CASTILIAN TOWNS
13 THEIR PRIVILEGES
14 CASTILIAN CORTES
15 ITS GREAT POWERS
16 ITS BOLDNESS
17 HERMANDADES OF CASTILE
18 WEALTH OF CITIES
19 PERIOD OF HIGHEST POWER OF COMMONS
20 NOBILITY
21 THEIR PRIVILEGES
22 THEIR GREAT WEALTH
23 THEIR TURBULENT SPIRIT
24 CAVALLEROS OR KNIGHTS
25 CLERGY
26 INFLUENCE OF PAPAL COURT
27 CORRUPTION OP CLERGY
28 THEIR RICH POSSESSIONS
29 LIMITED EXTENT OF ROYAL PREROGATIVE
30 POVERTY OF CROWN
31 ITS CAUSES
32 ANECDOTE OF HENRY 3, OF CASTILE
33 CONSTITUTIONAL WRITERS ON CASTILE
34 1400 CONSTITUTION
35 NOTICE OF MARINA & SEMPERE
2
1 - 1450s REVIEW OF CONSTITUTION OF ARAGON
2 RISE OF ARAGON
3 FOREIGN CONQUESTS
4 CODE OF SOPRARBE
5 RICOS HOMBRES
6 THEIR IMMUNITIES
7 THEIR TURBULENCE
8 PRIVILEGES OF UNION
9 THEIR ABROGATION
10 LEGISLATURE OF ARAGON
11 ITS FORMS OF PROCEEDING
12 ITS POWERS
13 GENERAL PRIVILEGE
14 JUDICIAL FUNCTIONS OF CORTES
15 PREPONDERANCE OF COMMONS
16 JUSTICE OF ARAGON
17 HIS GREAT AUTHORITY
18 SECURITY AGAINST ITS ABUSE
19 INDEPENDENT EXECUTION OF IT
20 VALENCIA & CATALONIA
21 RISE & OPULENCE OF BARCELONA
22 HER FREE INSTITUTIONS
23 HAUGHTY SPIRIT OF CATALANS
24 INTELLECTUAL CULTURE
25 POETICAL ACADEMY OF TORTOSA
26 BRIEF GLORY OF LIMOUSIN
27 CONSTITUTIONAL WRITERS ON ARAGON
28 NOTICES OF BLANCAS, MARTEL, & CAPMANY
3
1 PERIOD WHEN DIFFERENT KINGDOMS OF SPAIN WERE 1ST UNITED UNDER ONE MONARCHY
2 THOROUGH REFORM WAS INTRODUCED INTO THEIR INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION
3 PERIOD EXHIBITING MOST FULLY DOMESTIC POLICY OF FERDIN & & ISABELLA
1
1 STATE OF CASTILE AT BIRTH OF ISABELLA
2 REIGN OF JOHN 2 OF CASTILE.
3 REVOLUTION OF TRASTAMARA
4 ACCESSION OF JOHN 2
5 RISE OF ALVARO DE LUNA
6 JEALOUSY OF NOBLES
7 OPPRESSION OF COMMONS
8 ITS CONSEQUENCES
9 EARLY LITERATURE OF CASTILE
10 ITS ENCOURAGEMENT UNDER JOHN 2
11 MARQUIS OF VILLENA
12 MARQUIS OF SANTILLANA
13 JOHN DE MENA
14 HIS INFLUENCE
15 BAENA'S CANCIONERO
16 CASTILIAN LITERATURE UNDER JOHN 2
17 DECLINE OF ALVARO DE LUNA
18 HIS FALL
19 HIS DEATH
20 LAMENTED BY JOHN
21 DEATH OF JOHN 2
22 BIRTH OF ISABELLA
2
1 CONDITION OF ARAGON DURING MINORITY OF FERDIN &
2 REIGN OF JOHN 2 OF ARAGON
3 JOHN OF ARAGON
4 TITLE OF HIS SON CARLOS TO NAVARRE
5 HE TAKES ARMS AGAINST HIS FATHER
6 IS DEFEATED
7 BIRTH OF FERDIN &
8 CARLOS RETIRES TO NAPLES
9 HE PASSES INTO SICILY
10 JOHN 2 SUCCEEDS TO CROWN OF ARAGON
11 CARLOS RECONCILED WITH HIS FATHER
12 IS IMPRISONED
13 INSURRECTION OF CATALANS
14 CARLOS RELEASED
15 HIS DEATH
16 HIS CHARACTER
17 TRAGICAL STORY OF BLANCHE FERDIN &
18 SWORN HEIR TO CROWN
19 BESIEGED BY CATALANS IN GERONA
20 TREATY BETWEEN FRANCE & ARAGON
21 GENERAL REVOLT IN CATALONIA
22 SUCCESSES OF JOHN CROWN OF CATALONIA OFFERED TO RENÉ OF ANJOU
23 DISTRESS & EMBARRASSMENTS OF JOHN
24 POPULARITY OF DUKE OF LORRAINE
25 DEATH OF QUEEN OF ARAGON
26 IMPROVEMENT IN JOHN'S AFFAIRS
27 SIEGE OF BARCELONA IT SURRENDERS
3 REIGN OF HENRY 4 OF CASTILE
1 CIVIL WAR
2 MARRIAGE OF FERDIN & & ISABELLA.
3 POPULARITY OF HENRY 4
4 HE DISAPPOINTS
5 EXPECTATIONS
6 HIS DISSOLUTE HABITS
7 OPPRESSION OF PEOPLE
8 DEBASEMENT OF COIN
9 CHARACTER OF PACHECO, MARQUIS OF VILLENA
10 CHARACTER OF ARCHBISHOP OF TOLEDO
11 INTERVIEW BETWEEN HENRY 4 & LOUIS 11
12 DISGRACE OF VILLENA & ARCHBISHOP OF TOLEDO
13 LEAGUE OF NOBLES
14 DEPOSITION OF HENRY AT AVILA
15 DIVISION OF PARTIES
16 INTRIGUES OF MARQUIS OF VILLENA
17 HENRY DISBANDS HIS FORCES
18 PROPOSITION FOR MARRIAGE OF ISABELLA
19 HER EARLY EDUCATION
20 PROJECTED UNION WITH GR & MASTER OF CALATRAVA
21 HIS SUDDEN DEATH
22 BATTLE OF OLMEDO
23 CIVIL ANARCHY
24 DEATH & CHARACTER OF ALFONSO
25 HIS REIGN
26 A USURPATION
27 CROWN OFFERED TO ISABELLA
28 SHE DECLINES IT
29 TREATY BETWEEN HENRY & CONFEDERATES
30 ISABELLA ACKNOWLEDGED HEIR TO CROWN AT TOROS DE GUISANDO
31 SUITORS TO ISABELLA
32 FERDIN & OF ARAGON
33 SUPPORT OF JOANNA BELTRANEJA
34 PROPOSAL OF KING OF PORTUGAL
35 REJECTED BY ISABELLA
36 SHE ACCEPTS FERDIN &
37 ARTICLES OF MARRIAGE
38 CRITICAL SITUATION OF ISABELLA
39 FERDIN & ENTERS CASTILE
40 PRIVATE INTERVIEW BETWEEN FERDIN & & ISABELLA
41 THEIR MARRIAGE
42 NOTICE OF QUINCUAGENAS OF OVIEDO
4
1 FACTIONS IN CASTILE.
2 WAR BETWEEN FRANCE & ARAGON
3 DEATH OF HENRY 4 OF CASTILE.
4 FERDIN & & ISABELLA
5 CIVIL ANARCHY
6 REVOLT OF ROUSSILLON FROM LOUIS 11
7 GALLANT DEFENCE OF PERPIGNAN
8 FERDIN & RAISES SIEGE TREATY BETWEEN FRANCE & ARAGON
9 ISABELLA'S PARTY GAINS STRENGTH
10 INTERVIEW BETWEEN HENRY 4 & ISABELLA AT SEGOVIA
11 2ND FRENCH INVASION
12 ROUSSILLON FERDIN & 'S SUMMARY EXECUTION
13 JUSTICE
14 SIEGE & REDUCTION OF PERPIGNAN PERFIDY
15 LOUIS 11
16 ILLNESS OF HENRY 4 OF CASTILE
17 HIS DEATH
18 INFLUENCE OF HIS REIGN
19 NOTICE OF ALONSO DE PALENCIA
20 NOTICE OF ENRIQUEZ DE CASTILLO
5
1 ACCESSION OF FERDIN & & ISABELLA.
2 WAR OF SUCCESSION
3 BATTLE OF TORO.
4 TITLE OF ISABELLA
5 SHE IS PROCLAIMED QUEEN
6 SETTLEMENT OF CROWN
7 PARTISANS OF JOANNA
8 ALFONSO OF PORTUGAL SUPPORTS HER CAUSE
9 HE INVADES CASTILE
10 HE ESPOUSES JOANNA
11 CASTILIAN ARMY
12 FERDIN & MARCHES AGAINST ALFONSO
13 HE CHALLENGES HIM TO PERSONAL COMBAT
14 DISORDERLY RETREAT OF CASTILIANS
15 APPROPRIATION OF CHURCH PLATE
16 REORGANIZATION OF ARMY
17 KING OF PORTUGAL ARRIVES BEFORE ZAMORA
18 ABSURD POSITION
19 HE SUDDENLY DECAMPS
20 OVERTAKEN BY FERDINAND
21 BATTLE OF TORO
22 PORTUGUESE ROUTED
23 ISABELLA'S THANKSGIVING FOR VICTORY
24 SUBMISSION OF WHOLE KINGDOM
25 KING OF PORTUGAL VISITS FRANCE
26 RETURNS TO PORTUGAL
27 PEACE WITH FRANCE
28 ACTIVE MEASURES OF ISABELLA
29 TREATY OF PEACE WITH PORTUGAL
30 JOANNA TAKES VEIL
31 DEATH OF KING OF PORTUGAL
32 DEATH OF KING OF ARAGON
6
1 INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION OF CASTILE.
2 SCHEME OF REFORM FOR GOVERNMENT OF CASTILE
3 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
4 ESTABLISHMENT OF HERMANDAD
5 CODE OF HERMANDAD
6 INEFFECTUAL OPPOSITION OF NOBILITY
7 TUMULT AT SEGOVIA
8 ISABELLA'S PRESENCE OF MIND
9 ISABELLA VISITS SEVILLE
10 HER SPLENDID RECEPTION
11 THERE SEVERE EXECUTION OF JUSTICE
12 MARQUIS OF CADIZ & DUKE OF MEDINA
13 SIDONIA
14 ROYAL PROGRESS THROUGH ANDALUSIA
15 IMPARTIAL EXECUTION OF LAWS
16 REORGANIZATION OP TRIBUNALS
17 KING & QUEEN PRESIDE IN COURTS OF JUSTICE
18 RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF ORDER
19 REFORM OF JURISPRUDENCE
20 CODE OF ORDENANÇAS REALES
21 SCHEMES FOR REDUCING NOBILITY
22 REVOCATION OF ROYAL GRANTS
23 LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENTS
24 QUEEN'S SPIRITED CONDUCT TO NOBILITY
25 MILITARY ORDERS OF CASTILE
26 ORDER OF ST. JAGO
27 ORDER OF CALATRAVA
28 ORDER OF ALCANTARA
29 GR & -MASTERSHIPS ANNEXED TO CROWN
30 THEIR REFORMATION
31 USURPATIONS OF CHURCH RESISTED BY CORTES
32 DIFFERENCE WITH POPE
33 RESTORATION OF TRADE
34 SALUTARY ENACTMENTS OF CORTES
35 PROSPERITY OF KINGDOM
36 NOTICE OF CLEMENCIN
7
1 ESTABLISHMENT OF MODERN INQUISITION.
2 ORIGIN OF ANCIENT INQUISITION
3 ITS INTRODUCTION INTO ARAGON
4 RETROSPECTIVE VIEW OF JEWS IN SPAIN UNDER ARABS UNDER CASTILIANS
5 PERSECUTION OF JEWS
6 THEIR STATE AT ACCESSION OF ISABELLA
7 CHARGES AGAINST THEM
8 BIGOTRY OF AGE
9 ITS INFLUENCE ON ISABELLA
10 CHARACTER OF HER CONFESSOR,
11 TORQUEMADA PAPAL BULL AUTHORIZING INQUISITION
12 ISABELLA RESORTS TO MILDER MEASURES
13 ENFORCES PAPAL BULL
14 INQUISITION AT SEVILLE
15 PROOFS OF JUDAISM
16 SANGUINARY PROCEEDINGS OF INQUISITORS
17 CONDUCT OF PAPAL COURT
18 FINAL ORGANIZATION OF INQUISITION
19 FORMS OF TRIAL
20 TORTURE
21 INJUSTICE OF ITS PROCEEDINGS
22 AUTOS DA FE
23 CONVICTIONS UNDER TORQUEMADA
24 PERFIDIOUS POLICY OF ROME NOTICE OF LLORENTE'S HISTORY OF INQUISITION
8 REVIEW OF POLITICAL & INTELLECTUAL CONDITION OF SPANISH ARABS PREVIOUS TO WAR OF GRANADA
1 EARLY SUCCESSES OF MAHOMETANISM
2 CONQUEST OF SPAIN
3 WESTERN CALIPHATE FORM OF GOVERNMENT
4 CHARACTER OF SOVEREIGNS
5 MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT
6 SUMPTUOUS PUBLIC WORKS
7 GREAT MOSQUE OF CORDOVA
8 REVENUES
9 MINERAL WEALTH OF SPAIN
10 HUSBANDRY & MANUFACTURES
11 POPULATION
12 CHARACTER OF ALHAKEM 2
13 INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT
14 DISMEMBERMENT OF CORDOVAN EMPIRE
15 KINGDOM OF GRANADA
16 AGRICULTURE & COMMERCE
17 RESOURCES OF CROWN
18 LUXURIOUS CHARACTER OF PEOPLE
19 MOORISH GALLANTRY
20 CHIVALRY
21 UNSETTLED STATE OF GRANADA
22 CAUSES OF HER SUCCESSFUL RESISTANCE
23 LITERATURE OF SPANISH ARABS
24 CIRCUMSTANCES FAVORABLE TO IT PROVISIONS FOR LEARNING ACTUAL RESULTS
25 AVERROES
26 THEIR HISTORICAL MERITS
27 USEFUL DISCOVERIES
28 IMPULSE GIVEN BY THEM TO EUROPE
29 THEIR ELEGANT LITERATURE
30 POETICAL CHARACTER
31 INFLUENCE ON CASTILIAN CIRCUMSTANCES
32 PREJUDICIAL TO THEIR REPUTATION
33 NOTICES OF CASIRI, CONDE, & CARDONNE
9 WAR OF GRANADA
1 SURPRISE OF ZAHARA.
2 CAPTURE OF ALHAMA.
3 ZAHARA SURPRISED BY MOORS
4 DESCRIPTION OF ALHAMA
5 MARQUIS OF CADIZ
6 HIS EXPEDITION AGAINST ALHAMA
7 SURPRISE OF FORTRESS
8 VALOR OF CITIZENS
9 SALLY UPON MOORS
10 DESPERATE COMBAT
11 FALL OF ALHAMA
12 CONSTERNATION OF MOORS
13 MOORS BESIEGE ALHAMA
14 DISTRESS OF GARRISON
15 DUKE OF MEDINA
16 SIDONIA MARCHES TO RELIEVE ALHAMA
17 RAISES SIEGE
18 MEETING OF 2 ARMIES
19 SOVEREIGNS AT CORDOVA
20 ALHAMA INVESTED AGAIN BY MOORS
21 ISABELLA'S FIRMNESS
22 FERDIN & RAISES SIEGE
23 VIGOROUS MEASURES OF QUEEN
10 WAR OF GRANADA
1 UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT ON LOJA.
2 DEFEAT IN AXARQUIA.
3 SIEGE OF LOJA
4 CASTILIAN FORCES
5 ENCAMPMENT BEFORE LOJA
6 SKIRMISH WITH ENEMY
7 RETREAT OF SPANIARDS
8 REVOLUTION IN GRANADA
9 DEATH OF ARCHBISHOP OF TOLEDO
10 AFFAIRS OF ITALY & NAVARRE
11 RESOURCES OF CROWN
12 JUSTICE OF SOVEREIGNS
13 EXPEDITION TO AXARQUIA
14 MILITARY ARRAY
15 PROGRESS OF ARMY
16 MOORISH PREPARATIONS
17 SKIRMISH AMONG MOUNTAINS
18 RETREAT OF SPANIARDS
19 THEIR DISASTROUS SITUATION
20 THEY RESOLVE TO FORCE PASSAGE
21 DIFFICULTIES OF ASCENT
22 DREADFUL SLAUGHTER
23 MARQUIS OF CADIZ ESCAPES
24 LOSSES OF CHRISTIANS
11 WAR OF GRANADA
1 GENERAL VIEW OF POLICY PURSUED IN CONDUCT OF THIS WAR
2 ABDALLAH MARCHES AGAINST CHRISTIANS
3 ILL OMENS
4 MARCHES ON LUCENA
5 BATTLE OF LUCENA
6 CAPTURE OF ABDALLAH
7 LOSSES OF MOORS
8 MOORISH EMBASSY TO CORDOVA
9 DEBATES IN SPANISH COUNCIL
10 TREATY WITH ABDALLAH
11 INTERVIEW BETWEEN 2 KINGS
12 GENERAL POLICY OF WAR
13 INCESSANT HOSTILITIES
14 DEVASTATING FORAYS
15 STRENGTH OF MOORISH FORTRESSES
16 DESCRIPTION OF PIECES OF KINDS OF AMMUNITION
17 ROADS FOR ARTILLERY
18 DEFENCES OF MOORS
19 TERMS TO VANQUISHED
20 SUPPLIES FOR ARMY
21 ISABELLA'S CARE OF TROOPS
22 HER PERSEVERANCE IN WAR
23 POLICY TOWARDS NOBLES
24 COMPOSITION OF ARMY
25 SWISS MERCENARIES
26 ENGLISH LORD
27 SCALES QUEEN'S COURTESY
28 MAGNIFICENCE OF NOBLES
29 THEIR GALLANTRY
30 ISABELLA VISITS CAMP
31 ROYAL COSTUME
32 DEVOUT DEMEANOR OF SOVEREIGNS
33 CEREMONIES ON OCCUPATION OF A CITY
34 RELEASE OF CHRISTIAN CAPTIVES
35 POLICY IN FOMENTING MOORISH FACTIONS
36 CHRISTIAN CONQUESTS
37 NOTICE OF FERNANDO DEL PULGAR
38 NOTICE OF ANTONIO DE LEBRIJA
1 1906 History of Inquisition in Spain
by Henry Charles Lea
374,000W 1,496 24:55:30 684M
1 Origin & Establishment
1 Castilian Monarchy
2 Jews & Moors
3 Jews & Conversos
4 Establishment of Inquisition
5 Kingdoms of Aragon
2 Relations with State
1 Relations with Crown
2 Supereminence
3 Priveleges & Exemptions
4 Conflicting Jurisdictions
4 Alhambra: A Series Of Tales & Sketches Of Moors & Spaniards
By Washington IRVING (1783 - 1859)
164500W 658 10:57:16
1 Dedication
2 Journey
3 Government of Alhambra
4 Interior of Alhambra
5 Tower of Comares
6 Reflections on Moslem Domination in Spain
7 Household
8 Truant
9 Author's Chamber
10 Alhambra by Moonlight
11 Inhabitants of Alhambra
12 Balcony
13 Adventure of Mason
14 Ramble Among Hills
15 Court of Lions
16 Boabdil El Chico
17 Mementoes of Boabdil
18 Tower of Las Infantas
19 House of Weathercock
20 Legend of Arabian Astrologer
21 Legend of 3 Beautiful Princesses
22 Local Traditions
23 Legend of Moor's Legacy
24 Visitors of Alhambra
25 Legend of Prince Ahmed Al Kamel: or, Pilgrim of Love Part 1
26 Legend Of Rose Of Alhambra: Or, Page & Ger-Falcon
27 Veteran
28 Governor & Notary
29 Governor Manco & Soldier
30 Legend Of 2 Discreet Statues
31 Mahamad Aben Alahmar, Founder Of Alhambra
32 Jusef Abul Gahias, Finisher Of Alhambra
6 Historical Tales, Vol III: Spanish American
by Charles MORRIS 1833 - 1922
120,500W 482 8:01:30
1 Isles of Beauty Beyond Sea
2 Alonso de Ojeda & Carib Cacique
3 Early Days of a Famous Cavalier
4 Balboa & Discovery of Pacific
5 Prince of Tezcuco
6 Famous Retreat of Cortez
7 Pizarro & Inca's Golden Ransom
8 Gonzalo Pizarro & L & of Cinnamon
9 Coronado & Seven Cities of Cibola
10 Miranda & Lovers of Argentina
11 Lantaro, Boy Hero of Araucanians
12 Drake & Spanish Treasure Ships
13 Raleigh & Quest for El Dorado
14 Morgan & Raid on Panama
15 Drama of Plunder, Murder, & Revenge
16 Wonderful March of Freebooters
17 Cruelty of Spaniards to Indians
18 Cudjoe & Maroons of Jamaica
19 Toussaint L'Ouverture & Revolution in Hayti
20 Bolivar & Conquest of New Granada
21 Hidalgo & Grito de Delores
22 Paez, Llanero Chief
23 Hannibal of Andes
24 Revolution in Brazil
25 Francia, Dictator of Paraguay
26 Tacon Governor & Marti Smuggler
27 Kearney & Conquest of New Mexico
28 2nd Conquest of Capital of Mexico
29 Walker Filibuster & Invasion of Nicaragua
30 Maximilian of Austria & His Empire in Mexico
31 Maceo & Struggle for Cuban Independence
32 Hobson & Sinking of Merrimac
7 1917 White Plumes of Navarre A Romance of Wars of Religion
by Crockett, S. R. (Samuel Rutherford)
99,183W 397 6:37
1 Before Curtain Rises
2 Day of Barricades
3 Claire Agnew
4 Professor of Eloquence
5 Little Colette of Collioure
6 Sprouting of Cabbage Jock
7 Archer's Cloak
8 Great Name of Guise
9 Golden Lark in Orleans Town
10 Rebellion of Herodias's Daughter
11 Golden Duke
12 Best-known Face in World
13 Waking of Bearnais
14 Midnight Council
15 Eyes of Jade
16 Mistress Catherine
17 La Reine Margot
18 Mate & Checkmate
19 Apostle of Peace
20 Death Warnings
21 Blood on Kerchief
22 Tiger in Fox's Trap
23 Berák Lightning & Toàh His Dog
24 3 Sons of Madame Amélie
25 Cousin Raphael, Lord of Collioure
26 Claire's Embarrassment of Choice
27 1st Council of War
28 2nd Council of War
29 3rd Council of War
30 Shut House in Money Street
31 Jean-aux-Choux takes his Wages
32 Way of Salt Marshes
33 In their Clutches
34 & One was Not!
35 Bishop, Archbishop, & Angelical Doctor
36 Place of Eyes
37 Valentine la Niña
38 Wild Animal Woman
39 Vengeance of Valentine la Niña
40 Saved by Sulks
41 Mas of Mountain
42 " & Lazarus came Forth!"
43 Secrets of Prison House
44 In Tarragona Bay
45 Valentine & her Vengeance
46 Valentine finds Claire Worthy
47 King & King's Daughter
48 Great Love & Greater After Curtain
10 1960s Crown for Joanna
by Sister Mary Jean Dorcy 1914 - 88
27,500W 110 1:49:46 50.2M
1 Gossip of market place
2 Pawn on a Chessboard of kings
3 A question of thrones
4 Long road to Aviero
5 Gown for a princess
6 Thorns for a crown
7 Glory of king's daughter Crowns
8 1490 Market place
8 1840 History of Moors of Spain by Florian 61,600W 246 4:06
1
1 Origin of Moors
2 Arabs
3 Birth of Mohammed
4 Religion of Mohammed
5 Progress of Islamism
6 Victories of Mussulmans
7 New Conquests of Mohammedans
8 Moors become Mussulmans
9 Condition of Spain under Goths
10 Conquest of Spain by Moors
11 Viceroys of Spain
12 Insurrection of Prince Pelagius
13 Abderamus attempts Conquest of France
14 He penetrates as far as Loir
15 Battle of Tours
16 Civil Wars distract Spain
2
1 Kings of Cordova become Caliphs of West
2 Asiatic Mussulmans divide
3 Dynasty of Ommiades lose Caliphate
4 Horrible Massacre of Ommiades
5 Ommiade Prince repairs to Spain 53
6 Abderamus, 1st Caliph of West
7 Reign of Abderamus 1
8 Religion & Fêtes of Moors of Spain
9 Civil Wars arise among Moors
10 Reigns of Hacchem 1 & of Abdelazis
11 Reign of Abderamus 2
12 Condition of Fine Arts at Cordova
13 Anecdote of Abderamus
14 Reigns of Mohammed, Almouzir, & Abdalla
15 Reign of Abderamus 3
16 Embassy from a Greek Emperor
17 Magnificence & Gallantry of Moors
18 Description of City & Palace of Zahra
19 Wealth of Caliphs of Cordova
20 Fine Arts cultivated at Cordova
21 Reign of El Hacchem
22 Laws of Moors, & their Mode of administering Justice
23 Authority possessed by Fathers & old Men
24 Illustration of Magnanimity of El Hakkam
25 Reign of Hacchem 3
26 Successful Rule of Mohammed Almonzir as Hadjeb under imbecile Hacchem
27 Disorders at Cordova
28 End of Caliphate
3
1 principal Kingdoms erected from Ruins of Caliphate of West
2 Condition of Christian Spain at this Juncture
3 Kingdom of Toledo: its Termination
4 Success of Christians
5 Cid
6 Kingdom of Seville
7 Dynasty of Almoravides hold Supremacy in Africa
8 Conquests of Almoravides in Spain
9 French Princes repair to Spain
10 Extinction of Kingdom of Saragossa
11 Foundation of Kingdom of Portugal
12 State of Fine Arts among Moors of Period
13 Abenzoar & Averroes
14 Dissensions between Moors & Christians
15 Africans, under Mohammed Green, l & in Spain
16 Battle of Toloza
17 Tactics of Moors
18 discomfited Mohammed returns to Africa
19 Extent of Territories still retained by Moors in Spain
20 St. Ferdin & & Jaques 1
21 Valencia is attacked by Aragonians
22 Siege of Cordova
23 Surrender of Valencia
4
1 Kings of Grenada
2 Condition of Moors: their Despondency
3 Mohammed Alhamar: his Character & Influence with his Countrymen
4 He founds Kingdom of Grenada
5 Description of City of Grenada & its Vega
6 Extent & Resources of this Kingdom
7 Reign of Mohammed Alhamar 1
8 Moorish Sovereign becomes Vassal of King of Castile
9 Ferdin & 3 besieges Seville
10 Taking of Seville
11 Revenues of Kings of Grenada
12 Military Forces
13 Cavalry of Moors
14 Disturbances in Castile
15 Reign of Mohammed 2 El Fakik
16 He forms a League with King of Morocco
17 Misfortunes of Alphonso of Castile
18 Interview between Alphonso & Sovereign of Morocco
19 State of Learning & Fine Arts under Mohammed al Mumenim
20 Description of Alhambra
21 Court of Lions
22 Generalif
23 Mohammed 3 El Hama, or Blind, ascends Throne of Grenada
24 Troubles in Grenada
25 Reign of Mohammed 4 Abenazar
26 Reign of Ismael
27 Reign of Mohammed 5 & of Joseph 1
28 Battle of Salado
29 Successive Reigns of Mohammed 6 & Mohammed 7
30 Horrible Crime of Peter Cruel of Castile
31` Condition of Spain of Europe in general
32 Mohammed 6 reassumes Crown
33 Reign of Mohammed 8 Abouhadjad
34 Favourite Literary & Scientific Pursuits of Moors under munificent Rule of Abouhadjad
35 Universal prevalence of a Taste for Fiction among Arabs
36 Music & Gallantry of Moors
37 mixture of Refinement & Ferocity in Character of Moors
38 Description of Women of Grenada
39 national Costume of both Sexes
40 Moorish Customs
41 Folly of Gr & -master of Alcantara
42 Result of his Expedition
43 Dreadful Death of Joseph 2
44 Mohammed 9 usurps Throne
45 Singular Escape of a condemned Prince
46 Generous Disposition of Joseph 3
47 Disturbed Condition of Kingdom after his Death
48 rapid Succession of Rulers
49 Reign of Ismael 2
50 Miseries of War most severely felt by Cultivator of Soil
51 Mulei-Hassem succeeds Ismael 2
52 Marriage of Ferdin & & Isabella
53 respective Characters of these Sovereigns
54 They declare War against Grenadians
55 Statesmen & Soldiers of Spanish Court
56 Stern Reply of Grenadian King
57 Alhama is Surprised
58 Civil War is kindled in Grenada by Feuds of Royal Family
59 Boabdil is proclaimed King
60 Cause of ambitious hopes of Zagal
61 Boabdil is taken Prisoner by Spaniards
62 politic Spanish Rulers restore Boabdil to Liberty
63 Moors become their own Destroyers
64 Death of Mulei-Hassem
65 Boabdil & his Uncle divide Relics of Grenada between them
66 Baseness of Zagal
67 Boabdil reigns alone at Grenada
68 Ferdin & lays Siege to City of Grenada
69 Condition of City
70 Spanish Camp
71 Isabella repairs to Camp
72 She builds a City
73 Surrender of Grenada
74 Departure of Boabdil from City
75 entrance of Spanish Conquerors into City
76 Summary of Causes of Ruin of Moors
77 Characteristics of Moors
78 Anecdote illustrative of their Observance of Laws of Hospitality
79 Christian Persecution of Moors
80 Revolts of Moors, & their Results
81 Final Expulsion of Moors from Spain
82 A Brief Account of Rise & Decline of Mohammedan Empire
9 1898 A Short History of Spain by Parmele, Mary Platt 34,998W 140 2:20
1
1 Ancient Iberia
2 Basques
3 Keltberians
4 Phenicians
5 Cadiz Founded, 1
2
1 Struggle between Phenicians & Assyrians
2 Founding of Carthage
3 Decline of Phenicia
4 Rise of Roman Power
5 1st Punic War, 9
3
1 Hamilcar
2 Hannibal
3 Siege & Fall of Saguntum
4 Rome Invades Spain
5 Scipio's Policy
6 Cadiz, (Gades) Surrendered to Romans
7 By What Steps IBERIA Became SPAIN
8 Fall of Carthaginian Power
9 How Spain Became a Roman
10 Province 15
4
1 Sertorius
2 Story of White Hind
3 Rome Fights Her Own Battles on Spanish Soil
4 Battle of Munda
5 Cæsar Declared Dictator
6 Ides of March
7 Octavius Augustus
8 Spain Latinized
9 Four Hundred Years of Peace, 24
5
1 Northern Races in History of Civilization
2 Roman Empire Expiring
3 Ataulfus
4 Attila & Huns
5 Theodoric
6 Evaric Completes Conquest of Spanish Peninsula
7 Europe Teutonized
8 Difference between Anglo-Saxon & Latin Races
6
1 Ulfilas
2 Arianism
3 Spanish Language
4 Brunhilde
5 Leovigild
6 His Son's Apostasy
7 Arianism Ceases to be Established Religion of Spain, 39
7
1 Toledo
2 Church of Santa Maria
3 Wamba
8
1 Decline of Visigoths
2 Roderick
3 Count Julian's Treachery
4 Mahommedanism
5 Tarif
6 Prophecy
7 Found in Enchanted Tower
8 Tarik
9 Roderick's Defeat & Death
10 Moslem Empire Established in Spain
9
1 Musa's Dream of European Conquest
2 Charles Martel
3 Characteristics of Mahommedan Rule
4 Mission of Saracen in Europe
5 Germ of a Christian Kingdom in North of Spain,
10
1 Pelayo & Cave of Covadonga
2 Alfonso 1
3 Berbers & Arabs at War on African Coast
4 War Extends to Spain
5 Omeyyad Khalifs Superseded by Abbasides
6 Abd-er-Rahman
7 Omeyyad Dynasty Established at Cordova
8 Ineffectual Attempt of Abbasides to Overthrow Abd-er-Rahman
9 Character of This Conqueror
11
1 Charlemagne
2 Battle of Roncesvalles
12
1
1 Conditions after Death of Abd-er-Rahman
2 Abd-er-Rahman
2
1 Arab Refinements
2 Eulogius & Christian Martyrs
3 Abd-er-Rahman
3
1 Khalifate at Cordova
2 Great Mosque
3 City of "Fairest" Death of Abd-er-Rahman 3
13
1 Rough Cradle of a Spanish Nationality in Asturias
2 Alfonso 3 & His Hidalgos & Dons
3 Guerrilla Warfare with Moors
4 Jealousies & Strife between Christian Kingdoms
5 Civil War
6 Almanzor
7 Ruin of Christian State Seemed Imminent
8 Death of Almanzor
9 Berber Revolt
10 Anarchy in Moorish State
11 A Khalif Begging a Crust of Bread
12 Berbers Destroy Cordova
13 Library Burned
14 City of "Fairest" a Ruin
15 Asturias
16 Leon & Castile United
17 Alfonso 6
18 Cid
19 Triumph of Christians
20 Moors
21 Ask Aid of Almoravides
22 Christians Driven Back
23 Death of Cid
24 Dynasty of Almoravides
25 Alhomades
26 Great Mahdi
27 Moorish People Become Subject to Emperor of Morocco
28 His Designs upon Europe
29 Pope Proclaims Crusade
30 Alhomades Driven Out of Spain by Christians
31 Moorish Kingdom Reduced to Province of Granada
14
1 1200s European Conditions
2 Visigoth Kings Recover Their Land
3 Its Changed Conditions
4 Effect of Arab Civilization upon Spanish Nation
5 Fernando 3
6 Spain Draws into Closer Companionship with European States
7 Alfonso 10
8 Spain Becoming Picturesque
9 Bull-Fight
10 Beautiful Granada
11 Alhambra,
15
1 Perpetual Civil War between Spanish States
2 Castile & Aragon Absorb Others & in Conflict for Supremacy
3 Pedro Cruel
4 "Black Prince" His Champion against Aragon
5 John of Gaunt
6 His Claim upon Throne of Castile
7 His Final Compromise
8 Political Conditions Contrasted with Those of Other States, 94
16
1 Death of Juan 2
2 Enrique 4
3 Isabella
4 Her Marriage with Ferdin & of Aragon
5 Isabella Crowned Queen of Castile
6 Ferdin & , King of Aragon
7 2 Crowns United
8 Characteristics of 2 Sovereigns
9 Inquisition Created
10 Jews Driven out of Kingdom
11 Abdul-Hassan's Defiance
12 Zahara
13 Family Troubles at Alhambra
14 Ayesha & Boabdil
15 Alhama Captured by Ferdinand
16 Boabdil Supplants His Father
17 Massacre of Abencerrages
18 Granada Besieged
19 Its Capitulation
20 Moorish Rule Ended in Spain, 100
17
1 Columbus & Isabella
2 Isabella's Private Griefs
3 Her Death
4 Charles, King under a Regency
5 Charles Elected Emperor of Germany
6 Spain during His Reign
7 Cruelties in East & West
8 Vain Struggle with Protestantism
9 Abdication & Death of Charles
18
1 Philip 2
2 Union of Spain & Portugal
3 Duke of Alva in Netherlands
4 War with England
5 Spanish Armada Destroyed
6 Death of Philip 2
7 Spain's Decline
8 Glory of Name "Castilian,"
19
1 Philip 3
2 Rebellion of Moriscos
3 Last of Moors Conveyed to African Coast
4 Don Quixote
5 Philip 4
6 Louis 14 Marries Spanish Infanta
7 A Diminishing Kingdom
8 Carlos 2
9 First Collision between Anglo-Saxon & Spaniard in America
10 Close of Hapsburg Dynasty in Spain,
20
1 New European Conditions
2 Louis 14
3 War of "Spanish Succession"
4 Marlborough Checks Louis at Blenheim
5 Archduke Abandons Sovereignty in Spain
6 Peace of Utrecht
7 Further Dismemberment of Spain
8 Gibraltar Passes to England
9 Bourbon Dynasty
10 Commences with Philip 5
11 Ferdin & 6
12 Carlos 3
13 Expulsion of Jesuits
21
1 Dismantled Kingdom
2 Spanish-American Colonies
3 Engl & & France at War over American Boundaries
4 Spain Ally of France
5 Loss of Some of Her West India Islands, & Capture of Havana & Manila by British
6 Florida Given in Exchange for Return of Conquered Territory
7 Growing Irritation against England
8 France Aids American Colonies in War with England
9 Spain's Satisfaction at Their Success
10 Its Effect in Peru
11 Revolution in France
12 Rapid Rise of Napoleon
13 Carlos 4 Removed & Joseph Bonaparte King
14 Spain Joins Napoleon in War against England
15 Trafalgar
16 Arthur Wellesley
17 Joseph Flees from His Kingdom
22
1 Liberal Sentiment Developing
2 1812 Constitution
3 Ferdin & 6 & Reactionary Measures
4 Revolt of all Spanish-American Colonies
5 Holy Alliance
6 Monroe Doctrine
7 Revolution in Spain
8 Spain under Protectorate of Holy Alliance
9 Ferdin & Reinstated
10 2 Political Parties
11 6 Spanish American Colonies Freed
23
1 Salic Law & Princess Isabella
2 Carlists
3 Regency of Christine
4 Isabella 2
5 Her Expulsion from Spain
6 Amadeo
7 An Era of Republicanism
8 Castelar
9 Alfonso 12 Recalled
10 His Brief Reign & Death
11 Alfonso 13
24
1 Birth of Insurgent Party in Cuba
21 0 Years' War
3 Impossible Reforms Promised
4 1895 Revolution Started by José Marti
5 Attitude of American Government
6 General Weyler's Methods
7 Effect upon Sentiment in America
8 Destruction of Battle-Ship Maine
9 Verdict of Court of Inquiry
10 War Declared between Spain & America
11 Victories of Manila & Cuba
12 Terms of Peace
13 Marriage of Alfonso 13 & Princess Ena
11 1567 Life of St Teresa By Saint Teresa 1515 - 82 203,000W 812 13:31:52 371M
1 Childhood & early Impressions
2 Blessing of pious Parents
3 Desire of Martyrdom
4 Death of Saint's Mother
5 Early Impressions
6 Dangerous Books & Companions
7 Saint is placed in a Monastery
8 Blessing of being with good people
9 How certain Illusions were removed
10 Our Lord helps her to become a Nun
11 Her many Infirmities
12 Illness & Patience of Saint
13 Story of a Priest whom she rescued from a Life of Sin
14 great Debt she owed to our Lord for His Mercy to her
15 She takes St. Joseph for her Patron
16 Lukewarmness
17 Loss of Grace
18 Inconvenience of Laxity in Religious Houses
19 Saint ceases not to pray
20 Prayer way to recover what is lost
21 All exhorted to pray
22 great Advantage of Prayer
23 means whereby our Lord quickened her Soul, gave her Light in her Darkness, & made her strong in Goodness
24 Graces she received in Prayer
25 What we can do ourselves
26 great Importance of understanding what our Lord is doing for us
27 Why men do not attain quickly to perfect Love of God
28 Degrees of Prayer
29 1st Degree, Doctrine profitable for Beginners
30 What we can ourselves do
31 Evil of desiring to attain to supernatural States before our Lord calls us
32 Of certain Temptations of Satan & Instructions relating thereto
33 2nd State of Prayer & Its supernatural Character
34 Instructions for those who have attained to Prayer of Quiet
35 Many advance so far, but few go farther
36 3rd State of Prayer
37 Deep Matters
38 What Soul can do that has reached it
39 Effects of great Graces of our Lord
40 3rd State of Prayer & Effects thereof
41 Hindrance caused by Imagination & Memory
42 4th State of Prayer,
43 great Dignity of Soul raised to it by our Lord
44 Attainable on Earth, not by our Merit, but by Goodness
45 Effects of this 4th State of Prayer
46 Earnest Exhortations to those who have attained to it not to go back nor to cease from Prayer
47 Difference between Union & Rapture
48 What Rapture is, Blessing it is to Soul & Effects of it
49 Conclusion of Subject
50 Pain of Awakening
51 Light against Delusions
52 Security of Contemplatives lies in their not ascending to high Things if our Lord does not raise them
53 Sacred Humanity must be Roa
54 Saint resumes History of her Life
55 Aiming at Perfection
56 Means whereby it may be gained
57 Instructions for Confessors
58 Progress under Obedience
59 Her Inability to resist Graces of God
60 God multiplies His Graces
61 Divine Locutions, Delusions on that Subject
62 How Fears of Saint vanished
63 How she was assured that her Prayer was Work of Holy Spirit
64 Saint prays to be directed in a different way
65 Intellectual Visions
66 Visions of Sacred Humanity & glorified Bodies
67 Imaginary Visions
68 Great Fruits thereof when they come from God
69 Of Visions, Graces our Lord bestowed on Saint
70 Answers our Lord gave her for those who tried her
71 St. Peter of Alcantara comforts Saint
72 Great Temptations & Interior Trials
73 Of certain outward Temptations & Appearances of Satan
74 Sufferings thereby occasioned
75 Counsels for those who go on unto Perfection
76 Our Lord shows St. Teresa Place which she had by her Sins deserved in Hell
77 Torments there
78 How Monastery of St. Joseph was founded
79 Foundation of Monastery hindered
80 Our Lord consoles Saint
81 Saint leaves her Monastery of Incarnation for a time, at comm & of her superior
82 Consoles an afflicted Widow
83 Foundation of House of St. Joseph
84 Observance of holy Poverty therein
85 How Saint left Toledo
86 Foundation of Monastery of St. Joseph
87 Persecution & Temptations
88 Great interior Trial of Saint, & her Deliverance
89 Effects of divine Graces in Soul
90 inestimable Greatness of one Degree of Glory
91 Certain heavenly Secrets
92 Visions, & Revelations
93 Effects of them in her Soul
94 Other Graces bestowed on Saint
95 Promises of our Lord to her
96 Divine Locutions & Visions
97 Visions, Revelations, & Locutions
12 1582 Book of Foundations By Saint Teresa 1515 - 82 128,250W 513 8:32:09 234M
1 How this & other Foundation came to be Made
2 General of Order Comes to Avila. Results of his Visit
3 How Monestary in St Joseph Del Campo was Begun
4 Graces Bestowed on Nuns of these Monestaries. Advice to Prioresses Concerning Them
5 Directions About Prayer & Revelations Most Profitable for Active Life
6 Of harm it may do Spiritual Persons not to know when they are to resis Spirit. Desire for Communion, Delusions involved in it.
7 Treatment of Melancholy Nuns
8 Revelations & Visions
9 Foundation of S. Joseph, Malagon
10 Foundation at Valladolid of Monestary of Conception of our Lady of Carmel
11 Don Casilda de Padilla
12 Life & Death of Beatriz of Incarnation
13 1567 Foundation of 1st House of Friars under Primitive Rule
14 Foundation of Monestary of Barefoot Friars in Duruelo. Labours fo Friars there
15 1569 Foundaton of Monasstery fo S. Joseph in Toledo
16 Of Certain things that took place in Monastery of Toledo, to Honour & Glory of God
17 1569 2 Monasteries of Pastrana
18 1570 Monastery of S. Joseph, Salamanca, founded , Weighty Counsels for Prioress
19 Monastery of S Joseph, Salamanca
20 1571 Monastery of our Lady of Annunciation, Alba de Tormes
21 1574 Monastery of S. Joseph, Segovia. Founded on Feast of S. Joseph
22 1575 Foundation of Monastery of Glorious Sl Joseph de Salvador in Veas, on Feast of S. Mathias
23 1576 Foundation of Monastery of Glorious S Joseph of Carmel in city of Seville. 1st Mass on Feast of Most Holy Trinity
24 Foundation of S Joseph of Carmel in Seville
25 S. Joseph of Seville
26 S. Joseph of Seville. 1st Man who entered house
27 Foundaton of Monastery of S. Joseph in Caravaca
28 Foundation of Villanueva de la Jara
29 1580 Foundaton of S. Joseph of our Lady of La Calle in Palencia, on Feast of King David
30 1581 Foundation of Monastery of Most Holy Trinity in Soria . 1st Mass on Feast of S. Eleus
 
13 1567 Way to Perfection By Saint Teresa 1515 - 82 108,500W 434 7:13:46 189M
1 Saint Mentions reason which induced her to found this monastery in such great Austerity
2 Saint tells her sisters to be indifferent about corporal necessities, she shows what good there is in poverty
3 Continues & Exhorts Sisters to continually pray to God to protect church workers
4 Speaks on observing their rule & 3 things which conduce to spiritual life
5 Continues & shows importance of education
6 Perfect love
7 Spiritual Love, Directions for Obtaining it
8 Great advantage of being disengaged, interiorly & exteriorly, from all creatures
9 Great advantage of those who abandon world & their relatives & their true new friends
10 Tells sisters mentioned disengagement is not enough, unless they sorsake themselves also
11 Mortification
12 Shows how true lover of God must despise life & honour
13 True humility & mortification & shows how religous should avoud honours & all maxims of world
14 Important to not allow any to make their profession whose disposition is contrary to commandments
15 Benefit we derive from not excusing ourselves, even if we are blamed without cause
16 Mental prayer as compared with contemplation, etc
17 All souls are not fit for contemplation
18 Same subject is continued, Sufferings are greater for contemplative than active life
19 Prayer for people to use who can't discourse with their understanding
20 We never want consolation in parayer, sisters should leet their ciscourses always be on this subject
21 Importance in beginning with firm resolution to use prayer & not heed devils difficulties
22 Mental Prayer
23 Necessity to not turn back once habitual prayer has begun
24 Vocal Prayer is to be used with perfection & mental prayer is connected with it
25 How much you gain by praying vocally & how God raises you to thought & supernatural objects
26 Manner how we are to recollect our thoughts
27 Great love our lord shows us 7 Honour he gives us in 1st words of our father
28 Words Who Art in Heaven saint also means prayer of recollection
29 What means are to be used for obtaining prayer of recollection
30 Words Hallowed be thy name, Saint applies them to prayer of quiet
31 Continues & explains prayer of quiet
32 Explains words, Thy Will Be Done On Earth, As It Is In Heaven, Etc
33 Words Give us this day our daily bread
34 Continued & applied to reception of most blessed sacrament
35 concludes this subject with an exclamation to eternal father
36 Words Forgive us our tresspasses, etc
37 Excellence of Lord's Prayer & how we may receive consolation from it
38 Words Lead us not into Temptatino, but deliver us from Evil
39 Saint gives advice to enable us to resist certian temtations of Devil, etc
40 2 Remedies we can resist many temptations, viz, love & fear of God
41 On fear of God & how by it we may avoid venial sins
42 On Words, Deliver Us From Evil
14 1577 Interior Castle
By Saint Teresa 1515 - 82
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1 1st Mansion
22 nd Mansion
3 3rd Mansion
4 4th Mansion
5 5th Mansion
6 6th Mansion
7 7th Mansion
15 1571 Conceptions of Divine
By Saint Teresa 1515 - 82
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1 Let Him Kiss me with Kiss of His Mouth for thy Breath is Sweeter than Wine
2 She mentions 9 times of false peace, imperfect love & decietful prayer
3 On true Peace which is Love of God & Union of Christ let him kiss me with kiss of his mouth. Canticles Ch 1
4 Sweet Pleasant & Delicious love of God, which arrises by God dwelling in soul by prayer of Quiet, signifyied by words