Edmund Alexander De Schweinitz.

The history of the church known as the Unitas Fratrum, Or, The unity of the Brethren, founded by the followers of John Hus, The Bohemian reformer amd martyr online

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INDEX.



[Throughout this index U. F. stands for Unitas Fratrum.]



A.

Abdel, Abraham, Lutheran minister
preaches in church of Brethren,
353.

Abdias, John, bishop, 418 ; death,
419.

Abdon, John, collects for exiles, 570.

Accidentalia, as understood by U. F.,
201.

Acolytes, duties of 213 ; special meet-
ings of, 422.

Adalbert, bishop, 15.

Adalbert, member of Council, 153.

Adamites, 87, 94.

Adelung, traduces Comenius, 618 and
note 20.

Adler, Wilde and Stille, 105.

Adrian II, pope, 10.

Adronik; Luke, member of Council,
433.

Aediles, 216, 217.

Aeneas, Sylvius, vide Pius II.

Aeneas, John, appointed to translate
confession, 372 note 35 ; bishop,
393 and note 20 ; professor at
Eibenzchiitz, 414 ; conducts meet-
ing of acolytes, 422 ; chairman
of Bible committee, 424; death
and character, 432.

Agreement, between Protestants and
Catholics, 463 ; signed, 465 ; ob-
served, 468; violated, 486, 487,
488.

Agricola, John, translates confession,
249.

Albert, of Austria, 91.

Albert, of E. Prussia, 284 ; promises
to receive exiled Brethren, 285 ;
asks for a court-preacher, 313 ;
death, 393.



Albicus, archbishop, 38.

Albin, John, member of council, 423,
433.

Alexander V, pope, 39.

Alexander VI, pope, 180; measures
against U. F., 183.

Alexandria, patriarch of, 453, 455
and note 4.

Almoners, in U. F., 216.

Alpheus, John, member of council,
423, 433.

Altranstadt, pacification of, 640.

Ambrose, of Koniggrdtz, Taborite
leader, 87.

Ambrose, of Skuc, bishop, 182 ; death,
239.

Amos, of Stekna, opposes the liberal
party in U. F., 175 ; produces a
schism, 178 ; conference with Mat-
thias and Luke, 178.

Amosit£s, schismatic party in U. F.,
178; accuse the Brethren, 184;
write against them, 238 ; disap-
pear from history, 261, 262.

Amsterdam, religious toleration at,
613, 614; its council requests
Comenius republish his didacticto
works, 614.

Anabaptists, controversy with U. F.,
238 ; persecuted, 241 ; principles,
241 note 2 ; edict against, 246 ;
condition at time of Ferdinand's
death, 361 and note 5.

Anglican Church, Ratio Discipline
dedicated to, 602, 603, 604 ; the
U. F. of the future commended to
by Comenius, 604.

Anhalt, Christian, commands at bat-
tle of White Mountain, 501.

Anna, wife of King Bathori, 391 ;
favors Jesuits, 392.

659



660



INDEX.



Anti- Reformation, Bohemian, 532-
547.

Antitrinitarians, in Poland, 338; col-
loquy with, ib. • seats, 344 note 10.

Antonius, bishop, 73.

Apologies, of Protestant states, 49,6
497.

Aquila, Matthias, leader of exiled
Brethren, 281 ; in E. Prussia. 286.

Archives, of U. F., see Lissa FoUos.

Aretin, Paul, conversations with
Budowa, 513, 514.

Ariston, Zacharias, member of coun-
cil, 423, 433 ; of Bible committee,
424 ; protests against Calvinistic
view of Lord's Supper, 434 ;
bishop, 435 ; death and character,
472 and note 10.

Army of Passau, 470.

Arjiauld, professor, writes against
Comenius, 615.

Arnold, Christopher, president of
Dantzic Synod, 631.

Assistant Bishops, 199, 303, 305, 311 ;
meml)ers of council ordained, 214,
366 and note 1 5.

Augsburg, Confession of, 246 ; relation
of U. F. to, 365 arid note 14.

Augsburg, Interim of, 279.

Augsburg, Religious Peace of, 316.

Augusta, John, biography and first
public appearance, 242, 243, 244 ;
bishop, 243 ; draws up confessions,
244, 245 ; at Vienna, 247, 248 ;
helps to translate confession, 249 ;
at Wittenberg with Luther, 251;
252 ; at Wittenberg in 1542, 259 ;
his arrest ordered, 262 ; accused
of conspiracy, 266 ; president of
council, 268; writes to Ferdinand,
ib.; general animosity against,
270; arrested, 271; conveyed to
Prague, 272 ; tortured, 273 , his
constancv, 274 ; at Piirglitz, 276,
277, 278 ; tortured, 301 ; corre-
spondence with council, 302 ; for-
bids election of bishops, 306 : lit-
erary works in prison, 307 and
notelG; efforts to secure his lib-
eration, 307, 308 ; again forbids
election of bishops, 309 ; corre-
spondence discovered, 310; re-
sumed, 314; hears of election of
bishops, 320, 321; feud with
council, 321 ; petitions to be set
free, 322 ; Philipine Welser visits
his dungeon, 323 ; liberated for



Easter festival, 324; witli the
Jesuits at Prague, 325 ; declares
that he will adhere to Utraquist
church, 325, 326; remanded to
Purglitz, 326 ; his fall, 326 and
note 14, 327 ; his hopelessness, 329 ;
sent to Prague, 16. ; back to
Piirglitz, 330 ; set free, ib., recon-
ciled to bishops and reinstated,
340and?io^e 1 ; sends petition to
Maximilian, 364, 365 ; visits the
churches, 367 ; new feud with
council, 367 ; plans union of
Brethren with Lutheran Utra-
quists, 368 and note 21 ; death,
371; portraits, 371 note 32; lit-
erary works, 411.

Aujezd, village, 187; parish, 224.

Auricular confession, how avoided by
the Brethren, 636 and note 1.

Austi, town, 45.

Austi, John v., 45, 80.



B



Bachaczius, professor at Prague, 469.

Balbin, Jesuit, assertions respecting
the conversion of Protestants,
544 ; astonished that Bohemia not
wholly depopulated, 546 ; asserts
that many Brethren were con-
verted, 556 ; praises Comenius,
618.

Baldow, parish, 286.

Balthasar, Cossa, vide John XXITI.

Baptism, defined by U. F., 203, 374;
how administered, 219; vide Re-
baptism.

Barcin, parish, 291, 318; school,
414.

Bathori, Stephen, King of Poland,
391 and note 18 ; death, 444.

Baworinsky, Benedict, bishop, 243 ;
biography, 244 and note 9 ; writes
to Luther and Melanchthon, 250 ;
death, 254.

Bayle, Pierre, traduces Comenius,
618.

Becher, searches for remnant of
Brethren in Moldavia, 17 1 notell.

Beckowic, Baron v., brings charges
against U. F., 184.

Beghards, 283.

Beginners, class of membership in
U. F., 216, 219.

Benedict XIII, pope, 39.

Beranek, John, burned alive, 550.



INDEX.



601



Berger, William, 56, note 2, 57 note
4, 59, 65 wo?e21.

Berka, governor of Moravia, de-
posed, 458.

Bethlehem Chapel, 33 and note 2;
given to U. F., 471 ; disputeabout,
480 ; taken from U. F. and puri-
fied, 505 note 4, 548.

Beyer, Andrew, a witness in time of
Hidden Seed,_ 041.

Beza, excuses his letter about U. F.,
336 ; dinner party at his house,
ib. ; criticises confession of U. F.,
376.

Biberstein, baron r., escorts exiled
Brethren, 281.

Bible, the, of 1506, 227 and note 8;
Polish version, 283; Kralitz of,
423-431 ; new Polish version pro-
jected, 472, 473 ; burned, 549 ;
Dantzic version, 565 note 20 ; re-
prints instituted by Comenius,
601 ; his manual of, ib.

Bidschoiv, or Bidsow, parish. 223 ;
Brethren banished from, 280, 281.

Bile, Frederick v., execution, 520,
521.

Bilek, Jacob, deacon and Augusta's
messenger, 271; arrested, 272;
examined, 273 ; tortured, 274 ; at
Purglitz, 276, 277, 278, 301;
at Prague, 310; Philippine Wel-
ser visits him, 323 ; reunion with
Augusta, ib., 324 ; at Prague, 325 ;
separated from Augusta, 326 ;
liberated and death, 327.
Bilin, parish, 224.
Bilkow. Benedict v., at Slezan, 317

note 3.
Bilow, Stephen, enemy of U. F., 343.
Bily, Wenzel, bishop, 242 ; deposed,

ib. and note 4.
Bishops, election, consecration and
duties, 208, 209, 210; rank, 215;
annual visits, 217, 218.
Bishops, of U. F., vide Episcopacy,
Bishops and Executive Council, coun-
cil organized, 153; how consti-
tuted, 214, 215; seat, 155, 161 ;
last letter to Eokycana, 161 ; write
to Bohemian cities, 164; liberal
members expelled, 175 ; rein-
stated, 177 ; members in 1499,
181 ; activity in time of persecu-
tion, 186: hearings at Prague,
191, 193 ; seat transferred to Mora-
via, 197 ; mission to Erasmus,



229, 230 ; letter to King Lewis,
237 and note 18, Appendix 650 ;
mission to Ferdinand, 247, 248 ;
negotiations with Luther, 252,
253 ; in time of Ferdinand's per-
secution, 268, 301 ; overtures to
from Polish Calvinists, 292, 293,
299 ; seat at Prerau, 301 ; consult
about election of bishops in time
of Augusta's imprisonment, 306,
309 ; conceal election of bishops
from Augusta, 31 4, 31 5 ; feud with
Augusta, 321, 322, 327 ; denounce
Augusta's course, 328 ; answer
overtures of Vergerius, ib. ; meet
at Prerau and exclude Augusta,
328, 329 and note 20 ; conference
with Reformed divines at Leip-
nik, 332, 333 ; send Rokita and
Herbert to Switzerland, 333 ; de-
fine relation of U. F. to Augus-
tana, 365 ; change of title and
ordiiration of members of Council
as assistant bishops, 366 and note
15; remonstrance addressed to
Augusta, 367, 368 ; reply to Cra.-
to's proposition to adopt Augus-
tana, 369, 370; correspond with
John Casimir of the Palatinate,
383, 384, 385, 386; instruct Rokita
to convert Czar Ivan to evangel-
ical faith, 387 ; decline endow-
ments, 471 and note 9; secret
meeting among mountains, 554 ;
council reorganized at Lissa, 562 ;
consultation at Breslau, 599 ; after
destruction of Lissa, 600.

Biskupec, surname for Pilgram, 112
note 21.

Bitesch, parish, 224.

Bittman, John, Bohemian refugee,
637 and note 3.

Blahoslaw, John, biography and
character, 309 ; literary works,
144, 145, 309 and note 22, 314, 315
7iote36, 371, 398, 410, 411; col-
lects Lissa Folios, 302; missions
to Maximilian, 312, 313 and note
32, 319; visits Flacius Illyricus,
314; bishop, 318; archivist, 320;
opponent of Augusta, 368 ; sharp
reply to Crato, 369; death, 371.

Blissem, Henry, rector of Jesuit col-
lege, 325.

Bninski, Stanislaiis, atSendomir, 345.

Bncskay, Stephen, leader of Hunga-
garian revolt, 457,



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INDEX.



Boczek, Wenzel, wliipped, 529.
Bodenstein, Andrew, 286, note 15;

wants to join U. F., 320.
Bogomil, surname for Turnovius, 346

note 14.
Bohemia, description, 5 ; settled by
Czechs, 6 ; introduction of Chris-
tianity, 8 ; spread, 1 1 ; religious
state after Hussite wars, 93, 94 ;
peasants made serfs, 169; power
of nobles, ib. ; state after death of
Uladislaus, 198 ; pacification, 229 ;
relation to Germany, 231, 232;
relation to Luther's Reformation,
232, 233 ; Spalcald war, 264, 265;
league against Ferdinand, ib. ;
state after Ferdinand's death, 359,
360; religious state, 360, 361,
362; spread of Protestantism,
380; development subsequent to
charter, 467; schools, 468; is a
Protestant country, 469; griev-
ances of its Protestant inhabitauts,
486, 487, 488 ; exodus of its peo-
ple, 546, 547; sufierings during
Anti-Reformation, 546, 547 and
note 15; peace of Westphalia dis-
astrous to, 585.
Bohemian Brethren, the, vide Unitas

Fratrum.
Bolststein, parish, 286.
Book of the Masters, 1 47.
Boleslaw, the Cruel, 3, 14.
Bolestaw, the Pious, 14.
Bononia, Pace de, 40.
Borbonius, doctor, pardoned, 530.
Borek, bishop of Olmiitz, his saying
about Klenowsky, 155. Vide John
Bishop of Orossiuardein.
Boriwoj, duke, 11.
Borgius, Eugene, consecrated bishop,

634.
Bossak, Paul, escapes from prison,

279.
Bouquoy, commands imperial army,
499 ; says Protestant states de-
serve death, 503.
Bozkowic, Martha v., writes to

Uladislaus, 190, 225.
Bradacius, Michael, joins U. F., 107 ;
simplifies ritual, 113; imprisoned,
119; at Synod of Lhota, 133;
consecrated bishop by Waldensian
bishops, 140, 141, 142; colloquy
with Koranda, 143, 144; reports
negotiations with Waldenses, 152 ;
reordains first ministers, 153 re-



signs episcopate, 153, 154; has
himself reordained, 154; impris-
oned, 160; colloquy with Utra-
quist masters, 165; death and
character, 183 and note 9.
Brahe, Tycho, at Prague, 468.
Brandenburg, margrave of, receives

confession of U. F., 244, 245.
Brandenburg, the great elector of,

favors Brethren, 623.
Brandeis, on the Adler, parish, 164,
223 ; chief seat, 224 ; Brethren's
promised land, 471.
Brandeis, on the Elbe, parish, 164,
223 ; confiscated, 266 and note 4 ;
goes over to Utraquists, 267 and
note 7 ; remnant banished, 280.
Braunau, abbot of, enemy of Protest-
ants, 488.
Brenz, John, 286 note 15.
Brieg, colony of exiled Brethren,

599 and note 10.
Breslan, bishop of, advises against

bloody persecutions, 120.
Brethren, of Chelcic, 98.
Brethren, the, vide Unitas Fratrum.
Bretislaw II, 14.
Brus, Anton, archbishop, 329; 360

and note 2.
Briix, parish, 224.

Bucer, Martin, interview with Cer-
wenka, 256, 257 ; letter to Au-
gusta, 258.
Budowa Wenzel, v., course at diet
of 1600, 440 and note 18 ; cited to
Prague, 441 ; articles demanding
religious liberty, 458 ; proposes
meeting of states, 460; opens
meetings with prayer, 461 ; a de-
fender, 465 ; reproves Slawata and
others, 466 ; opposes election of
Ferdinand II, 485; heroism be-
fore Liechtenstein's court, 506 ;
character, 513 and note 14, 517;
last days and execution, 513-517.
Bugenhagen, John, conference with

Augusta, 251.
Bull, papal, burned, 41.
Bullinger, censures confession of U.
F., 333 ; conference with Herbert,
334.
Burlesque of King's edict, 439.
Biittner, John, vide Bythner J.
Bythner, John, bishop and biogra-
phy, 582 and note 20 ; delegate to
colloquium at Thorn, 582; flees
to Silesia, 595 : consultation with



INDEX.



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bishops at Breslau, 599 ; at Brieg,
lb. ; corresponds with Comenius
about episcopate, 607, 608, 609 ;
convenes synod at Milenczyn, 609;
at Schocken and Lissa, 613; con-
secrates Hartmann, 622 ; death,
623.

C.

Cahera, Gallus, 236 ; liis course at
Prague, 237.

Calixtines, vide Utraquists.

Calvin, John, visited by Cerwenka,
256, 257 ; letter to Augusta, 258 ;
warns against celibacy, ib. ; ap-
proves of union of Kozminek,
296 ; censures confession of U. F.,
333; conference with Herbert,
335 ; fraternal letter to U. F.,
336.

Calvinists, in Poland, 283 ; union
with Brethren at Kozminek, 294,
295 ; ecclesiastical government
discussed at Xionz, 337 ; consis-
tory, 337 note 9 ; propose renewal
of Sendomirian confederation,
476 ; union with Brethren, 500.

Cambridge, university of, endorse col-
lection for the Brethren, 600.

Camerariiis, Joachim, visited by Cer-
wenka, 256 ; views respecting
hymnology of U. F., 404 ; history
of U. F., 412.

Campanus, professor at Prague, 469.

Canisius, Jesuit, 317 note 1.

Canterbury, archbishop of, receives
Jablonskys' account of episcopal
succession, 609 note 6, 630 ; corre-
spondence with Jablonsky, 629.

Capek, John, 87.

Capistran, John, 93.

Capito, visited by Cerwenka, 256.

Capito, John, biography 424 note 7 ;
sermons, 41 1 ; member of Bible
committee, 424.

Capito, Paul, murdered, 550.

Caraffa, Carlo, urges Anti-Reforma-
tion, 535 ; urges exjjulsion of
Lutheran ministers, 536.

Carmel, mount, public buildings of
U. F., at Jungbunzlau, 224.

Carolath, fugitive Brethren at, 595.

Casimir, John, palatine, corresponds
with U. F., 383, 384, 385.

Casimir, John, King of Poland, 589 ;
claims Swedish crown, 591 ; flees



to Silesia, 592 ; joins confedera-
tion against Swedes, ib. ; resigns,
621.

Caspar, travels to the East. 176.

Cassim, David, bishop, 629.

Catharine, a member of U. F. zeal-
ous of good works, 161.

Catechisms, 226, 406; history of,
406-410; catechism of 1522,406,
407 ; of 1554, 407, 408, 409 ; Latin,
409 ; other catechisms, ib. note 5 ;
importance attached to, 373, 410 ;
catechism published by Comenius,
606 and note 23.

Catholic League, supports Ferdinand
II, 501.

Cech, Wenzel, member of council,
305and7i,ote 11, 318.

Celech, Gallus, tortured, 550.

Celibacy, of priests, 212, 251, 252,
258, 375 ; relinquished, 420.

Cepolla, Isaiah, biography, 372 note
35; negotiates with Wittenberg
faculty, 372 ; member of Bible
committee, 424.

Cernin, Dionys, condemned to death,
507, 508 ; execution, 522.

Cerny, /o/in,, writes against rebaptism,
226, 246.

Cenvenka, 3Tatthias, visits Stras-
burg, 256-259; biography, 256
and note 3; bishop, 311; bishop
of Bohemian province, 318;
archivis 320; gives Laski views
of U. F. on the Lord's Supper,
333 ; death, 370.

Charles I, of England, 579, 580.

Charles IV, emperor, 19_.

Charles V, emperoi', abdicates, 319.

Charles VI, emperor, 640 note 8.

Charles X, of Sweden, 591 ; war
against Poland, ih. ; conquers' Po-
land, 592.

Charles XII, of Sweden, war against
Poland, 627 ; defeated at Pultawa,
628 ; forces Joseph I to give up
Protestant churches, 640.

Charter, Bohemian, drafted, 461 ;
signed, 462 ; contents, ib. and note
5 ; what it represented, 467 ; its
ambiguity, 4S3; violated, 486,
487, 488 ; revoked, 545.

Chapels, of U. F., 217; closed in
Bohemia, 267 ; reopened, 309 ;
seized, in Anti-Reformation, 548.

Chelcic, village, 95.

Chelcicky, John, colloquy with Ko-



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INDEX.



randa, 143; member of council,
153.

Chelcicky, Peter, Inography 95, 96
and note 2 ; writings, 96 and note 3;
doctrinal position, 96 ; ethics, 97 ;
connection with founders of U.
F., 100, 101; death, 101; ten-
dency in U. F., 126, 172.

Chlum, Wenzel v., presents confes-
sion to Maximilian, 363.

Chlum, John, and Henry v., escort of
Hus, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 67.

Chlum, mountain,105.

Chlumecky, Peter v., what he says of
hymnology of U. F., 405.

Chlumetz, Brethren banished from,
280.

ChmielnicH, leader of Cossacks, 589.

Chobar, Matthias, remains burned,
549.

Chocz, parish, 31 8.

Chotzen, parish, 223.

Christian, of Prachatic, associate of
Hus, 32, 85.

Christina, of Sweden, 580 ; resigns
and joins Catholic church, 591.

Chropin, parish, 224.

Chrudin, parish, 223.

Chrysostom, John, mission toPoland,
554.

Church, the, defined by U. F., 203,
374.

Churches, of Grace, 640 and note 8.

Churches, Protestant, Ijuilt, 467 ;
siezed and purified, 535.

Church, yards, desecrated, 536.

Ciklowsky, Andrew, bishop, 242 and
note 4.

Cimburg, barons v., vide Towacowsky.

Civil, power, defined by U. F., 375.

Cizek, John, joins U. F., 236.

Claudius, professor at Strasburg, 257.

Claudianus, superintends publica-
tion office, 226 and note 6 ; visits
Erasmus, 230; jDrints hymnals,
413.

Clemanges, Nicholas, 30.

Clemens, Adam, ministers to Protest-
ant leaders at their execution,
508.

Clementinum, vide Prague.

Clergy, Protestant, banished, 536, 537,
538 ; tortured and murdered, 537 ;
edicts against, 542.

Codicillv^, Peter, 376.

Colditz, baron v., 196.

Collections for exiles, vide Exiles.



Collections for poor, vide Poor.

College, at Eibenschiitz, 413; at
Lissa, vide Lissa college.

Colloquy, with Koranda, 143, 167;
with Utraquist Masters, 165 ; at
Prague, new year 1504, 186, 187 ;
with Antitrinitarians at Cracow,
338; so called at Thorn, 341,
342 ; at Thorn between Catholics
and Protestants, 581, 582, 583,
584.

Colloquium charitativum, 581—584.

Comenius, John Amos, birth and
education, 479 ; at Fulneck, 480
and note 28 ; library burned, 549 ;
flees to Brandeis, 553 ; his Laby-
rinth of the World, 553, 554 and
note 11 ; marries Dorothea Cyrill,
554; sent to Poland and Hun-
gary, 554; prayer on the mountain
top, 555 ; his unhistoric views of a
a decline in U. F., 557 and note
18; arrives at Lissa, 562; bishop,
668 ; edits Ratio Disciplinse, ib. ;
rector of college, 574 ; views on
education, 575, 576 ; correspond-
ents and educational works, 676
and note 8 ; duties defined by
synod, 577 ; sermons, 677 and note
12,578; pansophic project, 578,
579 ; invited to Sweden, 679 ;
great literary project, 579 and note
16 ; in England, 579, 680 ; accepts
offer of Lewis de Geer, 580 ; de-
clines presidency of Harvard Col-
lege, 580 and note 18 ; in Sweden,
580, 581; at Elbing, 581; dele-
gate to colloquium at Thorn, £82,
584 ; president of council, 584 ;
his feelings in connection Avith
peace of Westphalia, 585, 586 ;
publishes eighth book of Lantius,

587 ; sends the work to Sweden,

588 ; the testament of the dying
mother, ib. ; cares for Bohemian
exiles, 688, 589 ; in Transylvania,
689,590; the Orbis Pictiis, 590:
flees from Lissa to Amsterdam,
595 ; loss of manuscripts, 595, 596
and note 13; consultation at Bres-
lau, 599 ; distributes collections
for the Brethren, 600, 601 and
note 13; republishes Bibles, 601 ;
hopes for a new U. F., ib.; pub-
lishes confession, biblical manual
and hymnals, 601 ; dedicates the
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church, 602 and note 18, 603,
604 ; commends the future U. F.
to Anglican church, 604 ; exhor-
tation to Anglican church, G04,
605; corresponds with Bythner
about the episcopacy, 607, 608,
609; letter to synod ofMilenczyn,
610-613; his labors at Amster-
dam, 613, 614; Lux in Tenebris,
614 and note 13, 615, 616; death,
burial and grave, 617 and note 18,
618; personal appearance and
character, 618, 619; literary ac-
tivity, 619 note 21; family, ib.;
pictures of, ib.; sends his works
to the secret Brethren in Bohemia
and Moravia, 620.
Communion of saints, defined by U.