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Where can I find old Holy Office decrees that are not contained in the Acta Sanctæ Sedis (1856-1908) or in the Acta Apostolicæ Sedis (1909-present)?

For example, I want to check out the citations for canon 1258 of the 1917 Code listed here:

S. C. S. Off., 23 mart. 1656, ad 4; 13 nov. 1669; decr. 20 nov. 1704; 9 dec. 1745;

litt. (ad Vic. Ap. Algeriae), 21 ian. 1751;

(Mission. Tenos in Pelopponeso), 10 maii 1753, ad 1;

(Algeriae), 14 sept. 1780;

(Kentucky), 13 ian. 1818, ad 1;

(Queebec), 23 febr. 1820, ad 1, 3;

instr. (ad Ep. Sanctorien.), 12 maii 1841, n.2;

instr. 22 iun 1859;

(Sanctorien.), instr. (ad Archiep. Corcyren.), 3 ian. 1871, n. 2;

(Columbi), 14 ian. 1874;

(Tunkin. Central.), 29 mart. 1879;

(Bucarest), 8 maii 1889; 19 aug. 1891;

instr. 1 aug. 1900;

24 ian. 1906;

S. C. de Prop. Fide (C. G.), 17 apr. 1758, ad 2;

15 dec. 1764, ad 3;

(C. G. - Antibar.), 2 aug. 1803, ad 1;

(C. P. pro Sin. - Cochinchin.), 2 iul. 1827;

(C. G.), 21 nov. 1837;

instr. (ad Vic. Ap. Scopiae), 26 sept. 1840, ad 14;

litt. (ad Vic. Ap. Aegypti), 3 maii 1876

I tried to find the last citation in the Acta Sanctae Sedis but couldn't, does anyone know where I should look?

I'm interested in all the citations for the canon except Ex illa, Ex quo, Inter omnigenas and Dolorem.

If anyone can help me find any of the above documents or others cited in the canon I'd appreciate it. Any language is good.

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  • Have you considered emailing Cathy Caridi who maintains the blog Canon Law Made Easy? Apr 28, 2023 at 15:38
  • I've emailed her in the past and got no response, but good idea.
    – Glorius
    Apr 28, 2023 at 17:44
  • Found a good clue about Footnotes to the 1917 Code here, published separately in the 9 volume Codicis Iuris Canonici Fontes that Cardinal Gasparri used. This page talks extensively about deciphering the footnotes. Apr 28, 2023 at 19:28
  • @GratefulDisciple Thank you, greatly appreciated!
    – Glorius
    Apr 28, 2023 at 19:48

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Ah, regarding communicatio in sacris.

Some of those citations appear in Dom Augustine's commentary on can. 1258 (PDF pp. 2717-2723).

Ed Peters's transl. only cites 2 sources for that canon, one of which is:

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