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F., 205.
Compactata of Basle, 89 ; ratified, 91 ;
almost forgotten, 262 ; an antiqua-
rian relic, 3C0 ; abrogated, 365.
Compeggio, cardinal, 237.
Concordia, Vilnensis, 443.
Confessions of Faith, first and second,
158, 159; confession of 1503, 186 ;
of 1504, 188, 200 note 1; of 1507,
190; answer to Kiisebrot, 190, 191,
20lnote 1 ; document of 1525, 237,
appendix,650; of 1532,244, 245 and
note 10 and 1 1 ; of 1535 presented
to Ferdinand, 247, 248; trans-
lated into German, 249; confes-
sion and apologv edited by
Luther, 253 ?io^e 21 and 22, 254;
Polish confession, 337 and note 1 1 ;
confession presented to ]\Iaxi-
milian, 363, 364 ; the Wittenberg
confessiim of 1573, 372, 373 and
note 37, 374, 375, 376 ; Bohemian
confession, 379 and notes 46 and
47 ; table of confessions, appen-
dix B.
Confession, Bohemian, 379 and notes

46 and 47.
Confessio, Helvetica, 347 and note 16.
Confessio, Saxonica, 352 and note 21.
Confirmation, defined by U. F., 204 ;

how conducted, 219, 220.
Confiscations, of Protestant projierty,

530, 540, 541,
Congregutio, de propaganda fide, 1 34

note 2.
ConJieniors, vide Assistant Bishops.
Consensus, Sendomiriensis, 351, 352,
354-357; opposed, 442; pub-
lished, 443 ; opposed by Luther-



ans, 443; ratified by synod of
Thorn, 447 ; Lutherans withdraw
from, 455, 456.
Cbnsignatio, supplementary to the
Consensus Sendomiriensis, 353 and
note 22.
Consistory, Protestant, organized 465 ;

broken up, 536.
Constance, city, 59.
Constance, bishop of, 64.
Constance, council of, 56, 59, 63.
Constantinople, patriarch of, 453, 455

and note 4.
Constitution, of U. F., 213-218.
Convention, Protestant, of 1618, 488,

489, 490.
Corvin, or Corvinns, John, in Pro-
testant consistory, 465 ; preaches
at coronation of Queen Elizabeth,
500; banished, 551.
Cossacks, revolt, 589.
Council, of Basle, 88, 89, Hussite

deputies present, 89.
Council, of Constance, vide Constance,

council of.

Council, of Pisa, 37, 39.

Council, of Trent, 279 and note 23 ;

broken up, 308; leaves question

of the cup to the pope, 360 note 3.

Council Executive, vide Bishops and

Y.]cecutive Council.
Court of Judges,^ to try Protestant

leaders, 606; its sentence, 507.
Cracow, 283 ; university founded, ib.
Crato, John, biography, 363 ; advises
Brethren to dedicate hymnal to
Maximilian, 365 ; advocates their
cause, 366 ; advises them _ to
adopt Augustana, 369; criticises
confession, 376.
Crell,^ Paul, 344.
Cruciger, Caspar, conference with

Augusta, 251.
Cruciger, Felix, 289 and note 18, 290 ;
invites Brethren to a synod, 292,
293; at synod of Kozminek, 294;
meeting with Israel, 296, 297 ;
writes to executive council, 299.
Cruciger, John, bishop, 472.
Cujavia, Reformed of, union with JI.

F., 560. Vide Kujavia.
Cujavia, Bishop of, opposes U. F.,

445, 446.
Cup, freedom of, in Lord's Supper,
32, 81, 84 ; granted to Bohemians,
360 and not£ 3 ; images of de-
stroyed, 535; colossal cup taken



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INDEX.



from Thein church, ib.

Ciirtin, Laurence, burned, 537.

L'yklowsky, George, biography, 307
note 14; visits churches, 307.

Cyrill, John, in Protestant consis-
tory, 465 ; bishop, 480 ; incumbent
of Bethlehem chapel, ih. ; crowns
Frederick, 500 ; banished, 551 ;
secret meeting with colleagues,
554 ; emigrates, 555 ; arrives at
Lissa, 562 ; death, 567, 568 and
note 23.

Chirill Paul, in England, 600.

Cyrill and Methodius, early history,
8 ; bring gospel to Moravia, 9 ;
cited to Eome, 10 ; death of
Cyrill, ib. ; Methodius archbishop,
1 1 ; cited to Rome again, 1 2 ;
death, ib.

Oyrilitza, 9 note 1.

Cyrus, Matthias, in Protestant con-
sistory, 465 ; bishop, 474 ; death,
480.

CzarniecM, general, 594.

Czarnkowski, bishop, persecutes U.
F., 289.

Czechs, migrate to Bohemia, 6 ;
habits, ib. ; government, 7 ; tem-
ples and mythology, ib.

Czerny, John, biography, 303 note 5 ;
preacher at Prague, 263 ; his
opinion of TJtraquists, 269 ; at
synod of Kozminek, 294 ; begins
the Lissa Folios, 302 note 2 ; as-
sistant bishop, 303 and 7iote 6 ;
Augusta's vicar, 306 ; convenes
council at Jungbunzlau, 309 ;
bishop, 311; prepares new
hymnal, 313; corresponds with
Duke Albert and Illyricus, 313 ;
reproved by Augusta, 315 ; bishop
of Bohemian province, 318; chief
judge, 320 ; death, 360 and note
25.

D.

D'Ailly, Peter, 30.

Daniel, a Waldensian, visits Breth-
ren, 255.

Datschitz, parish, 224.

David, Christian, biography, 644 ;
visits Moravia, 645 ; brings Zin-
zendorf's invitation to the Neis-
sers, ib. ; leads first refugees to
Saxony, 646.

Day of Blood, at Prague, 503-53 1 .



Day of the Lord, how kept bv U. F.,
218.

Deacons, duties and ordination of,
212, 213.

Defenders, of Protestant church,
ajapointed, 380, 462, 465 ; appeal
to Matthias, 482 ; call a conven-
tion, 488; decline to prevent its
meeting, 489 ; issue an account of
their conflict with the regents,
490.

Defenestration, at Prague, 493-496.

De Regulis Vet. et Nov. Test., Janow's
work, 25 and note 3.

Des Marets, professor, traduces Co-
menius, 615.

Didactic, the Great, work by Come-
neius, 576 and note 8, 614.

Diet Bohemian, 79 ; decrees against
U. F., 157, 164 ; reorganizes TJtra-
quists consistory, 167 ; brings
about general pacification, 168;
negotiations between its Utraquist
and Catholic members, 185 ; edict
of St. James, 19 1 ; edict renewed,
193; recommends union of Utra-
quists and Catholics, 237 ; pe-
titions Ferdinand for release
of Augusta, 308 ; constitution
in time of Ferdinand, 359 and
note 1, 360 ; abrogates Com-
pactata, 365; Lutheran members
ask that Augustana may be recog-
nized, 369 ; important meeting of
in 1575, 378, 379, 380; meeting
of in 1603, 440, 441 ; meeting of
in 1608, 458; demands religious
liberty, 459 ; regulates affairs of
the Protestant church in 1609,
463; meeting of in 1611, 470;
elects Frederick king, 500 ; abject
submission to Ferdinand II, 545,
546.

Diet Moravian, refuses to persecute
U. F.,192; resists Ferdinand in
his persecutions, 304, 305 ; exacts
pledges from Rudolph, 383; de-
clares against Rudolph, 457, 458;
I'oins the Bohemian revolution,
499.

Diet, Polish, calls a national council,
293 ; induces the King to grant
religious liberty, 298 ; brings
about union of Lithuania with
Poland ; 345 ; adopts the pacta
conventa, 390 ; petition of Prot
I estants presented to, 631.



INDEX.



667



Diefmar, bishop 15.

Diefrichstein, cardinal, 552.

Dikastm, George, administrator,
crowns Frederick, 500.

D'lonysius, Nicholas, at the gallows,
529.

Directors, Protestant, and Leaders of
Revolution, appointed, 49(i ; their
decrees, 497 ; carry on war against
Ferdinand, 499 ; cause Frederick
to be elected King, 500 ; arrested,
505 ; names of fugitives affixed to
the gallows, 506 ; condemned,
507 ; sentence read to them, ih. ;
their heroism, 508: prepare for
execution, 509 ; their constancy,
510, 511; narrative of their last
hours published, 510 and note 10;
execution, 51 1-529 ; property con-
fiscated, 630.

Discipline, of U. F., 222; Luther's
views on, 236, 250, 251 ; Bucers'
views on, 257 ; Calvin's, 25B, 259
note 4 ; urged on Luther, 259 ;
discussed at svnods, 378.

Doctrines, of U. F., 201-206, and
notes 6 and 7, 254 and note 23 .
373-375.

Dolansky, Matthias, imprisoned, 160.

Domausky, Henry,, presents confes-
sion to ferdinand, 247, 248.

Dominicans, in Anti-Reformation,
543.

Domincan Monastery, at Prague, 62,
63 note 18.

Drabik, Nicholas, in Hungary, 565 ;
false prophet, 589, 590; constrains
Comenius to publish his prophe-
cies, 614; examined by Hunga-
rian ministers and execution, 615
and note 16.

Drahontira, duchess, 13.

Drewinek. Galliis, delegate to Golu-
chow, 331 ; biography, 331 note 1.

Didya, Charles v., regent, 486.

Duba, Wenzel v., 58.

Diiba, Zbynck, archbishop, 438.

Dubcansky, John., 238 ; imprisoned,
255.

Dnbravius, John, bishop, asks for
Augusta's release, 308.

Duchek, synod at his house, 132.

Diulek, Severin, desecrates graves,
549.

Dury, John, labors for union of Prot-
estants, 571 and note 32.

Dworzecky, Procop, execution, 519-20.



E.

Eber, Paul, 344.

Edicts, against U. F., 116, 118, 120,
191, 192, 267, 280, 281, 304.

Edict of Restitution, 566.

Edict of Toleration, 556 and note 17 ;
appendix A.

Efronius, John, in Hungary, 565.

Eibenschiitz, parish, 224 ; college at,
413, 414; ordered to be closed,
418 ; theological seminary at, ib. ;
college closed again, 550.

Eichener, Balthasar, 353.

Elbing, residence of Comenius at,
581, 584.^

Elbogen, reform at, 233.

Elders, of U. F., the first, prior to
institution of ministry, 109 ; their
names, 109, 110 ; office, male and
female, after institution of min-
istry, 216.

Elenora, of Mantua, second wife of
Ferdinand II, 540.

Elias, of Chrenovic, one of the first
ministers, 134 ; ordained, 137 ;
reordained, 153; member of coun-
cil, 153; brings letter to exiles in
Moldavia, 171 ; l)ishop, 181 ; death
and character, 198 and note 13.

Elizabeth, ivife of Frederick of the
Palatinate, induces him to accept
Bohemian crown, 500 ; is crowned
queen, ib.

Emigrations, from Bohemia and
Moravia, 546, 547 ; of the Breth-
ren, 555 and note 14 ; 620.

Emmaus, convent of, 19.

Endowments, provincial, in Bohemia
and Moravia, declined, 471 and
note 9 ; of single churches, ib. ;
provincial in Poland, 477 and note
22.

Enoch, John, at synod of Cracow,
390 ; renegade from U. F., 442 ;
resigns pastorate at Posen, 443.

Ephraim, John, bishop, 420; mem-
ber of Bible committee, 424 ;
judge for Bohemia and Moravia,
433 ; death and character, 435.

Episcopacy, introduced, 1 38 ; re-
ceived from Moravian Waldenses,
141, 142; authorities for narra-
tive, 142-147 ; credibility, 147-
151; Matthias consecrated, 153;
Thomas and Elias, 181 ; Luke ot
Prague and Ambrose of Skuc,



668



INDEX



182; assistant bishops appointed,
198, 199; Skoda, 229; Bily, Cik-
lowsky, and Roh, 242 ; Augusta,
Baworinsky and Veit, 2-13 ; Mich-
alek and Siousky, 254 ; Czerny
and Cerwenka, irregular ordina-
tion, 311; Israel and Blahoslaw,
318 ; Stephan, Kalef and Lorenz,
regular succession renewed, 370 ;
Zacahrias and Aeneas,393 ; Abdias
and Turnovius, 418; Ephraim
and Jessen, 420 ; Narcissus and
Nemcansky J., 433 ; Susicky and
Ariston, 435 ; Lanetius and Nem-
cansky B , 435 ; Cruciger, 472 ;
Eybinius M., 473; Gertich, Mar-
tin Gratian, ib. ; Koneczny, 474 ;
Cyrus, ib. ; Erastus, ib. ; Turno-
vius, J., 16. ; Cyrill, 480 ; Miko-
lajewski, 560; Paliurus, 565 ; Jus-
tinus, Prokop, Comenius, Fabri-
cius, 568 ; Orminius and Rybin-
ski, 569; Gertich Martin and
Bythner, 582 ; Gertich Nicholas
and Figulus, 609, 610, 613; Hart-
mann, 622 ; Zugehor, 623 ; Jiilich,
624; Jablonsky D. E. and Jaco-
bides, 625 ; Opitz and Cassius, D.,
629; table of bishops 1467-1735,
appendix, 654-658 ; the bishops
subsequent to Cassius, 633 no<e 29;
the bishops or seniors of the
Unitatsgemeinden, 633, 634.

Erasmus, of Rotterdam, 67 ; relation
to U. F., 229 ; letter about U. F.,
230 ; visited by deputies of U. F.,
230, 231 note 7 ; declines to give
a testimonial, 230; refers to U.
F. in introduction to his Greek
Testament, 230, 231.

Erastus, Oregory, bishop, 474 ; ban-
ished, 55 1 ; at secret meeting of
bishops, 554 ; reaches Lissa, 562 ;
president of council,568; death 258.

Essentlalia, asunder stood by U.F.,20 1

Exiles Bohemian and impoverished
Brethren, 569 ; collections for in
Switzerland, 570 ; seek work in
Lithuania and Little Poland, ib. ;
banished from Saxony, 571 ; gain
positions throughout Europe, 589 ;
collections for in England, 600,
601 and note 13, 629, 630.

Extreme Unction, as defined by U.
F., 204.

Eywaiiowitz, parish, 224.



Fab"icius, Philip, thrown out of
window of Hradschin, 493 ; es-
capes to Vienna, 494 ; created a
baron, 494 and note 2.

Fabricius, Pmd, banished, 551 ; at
Lissa, 564 ; bishop and biography,
568 and note 24.

Faith, the three categories of, 202
and note 3.

Fasting, vide Fast and Prayer Days.

Fast and Prayer Days, how observed
in U. F., 221, 222, 375.

Felin, John, at Lissa, 564, 565 note
18 ; delegate to colloquium at
Thorn, 582 ; reports on examina-
tion of Drabik, 615 7iote 16.

Fels, Colonna v., opposes election of
Ferdinand II, 485 ; plots against
regents, 491.

Ferdinand I, elected king, 240;
crowned, 241 ; policy, ib. ; perse-
cutes U. F., 246, 247 ; hindered
in his persecutions, 262, 263 ; in
Smalcald war, 264 ; how he treats
members of the league, 265 ; re-
news edict of St. James, 267 ;
another edict against U. F., 268 ;
personal animosity against Au-
gusta, 270, 271, 274; suggests
modes of torture, 275 ; banishes
the Brethren, 280, 281 ; urges
union of Utraquists and Catho-
lics, 304 ; new decrees against
Brethren, 304; apposed by Mo-
ravian diet, 304, 305 ; refuses to
liberate Augusta, 308 ; receives
memorial from the nobles of U.
F., 312; introduces the Jesuits
into Bohemia, 316; continues to
be a foe of U. F., 317 ; emperor,
319, 320 ; demands Augusta's re-
cantation, 322 ; liberates Augusta,
330 ; death and career, ib.

Ferdinand II, birth and character,
484 ; elected king, 485 ; his pub-
lic and secret oaths, ib. and note 7 ;
ascends throne, 498 ; deliverance
when shut up in Vienna, 499 ; at
Frankfort elected emperor, 500;
measures against Frederick the
rival king, 501 ; signs sentence of
death against Protestant leaders,
507 ; his anti-reformation, 532,
533 ; his advisers in anti-reforma-
tion, 535; confiscates Protestant



INDEX.



669



property, 540, 541 ; new edicts
against Protestants, 541 ; against
Protestant clergy, 542 ; depre-
ciates the currency, ib. ; procla-
mation of 1627, 545; arbitrary
deliverance to diet, 545, 546 ;
death, 584 and note 22.

Ferdinand HI, 585, 619.

Ferdinand, archduke, regent of Bo-
hemia, 268; banishes Brethren,
280 ; receives a memorial from
Krajek, 311; at Purglitz, 320;
brings his wife to Priiglitz, 322 ;
receives Augusta's petition, ib. ;
grants him the freedom of the
castle at Easter, 323 ; sends him
to Prague, 325 ; orders him back
to Purglitz, 330 ; banishes Breth-
ren from Pardubitz, 364.

Fida, widow at Constance, 58, 61.

Figulus, Peter, biography and bishop,
610 and note 8 ; at Nassenhuben,
and Memel, 613; death, 622.

Ilacius, lUyricus, writes Magdeburg
Centuries, 144; disputes with
Blahoslaw, 145 ; writes to execu-
tion council, 313; visited by Bla-
hoslaw, 314 ; enemy of U. F., 314,
320.

Flagellants, 283.

Franciscans, in anti-reformation, 543.

Franciscan monastery, at Prague,65,69.

Frankfort, scholarships at university
for the benefit of U. F., 623.

Fratres Legis Christi, vide Unitas
Fratrum.

Fratricelli, 283.

Frederick Augustus, elector, king of
Poland, 627; deprived of crown,
627, 640 ; reassumes it 628 ; feud
with Polish nobles, 629, 630.

Frederick I, of Prussia, favors U. F.,
626 ; intercedes for Lissa, 627 ;
forces the bishop of Posen to
allow church at Lissa to be re-
built, 632.

Frederick III, of the Palatinate, urges
Maximilian to declare for Protest-
tantism, 362 ; connection with the
Brethren, 383.

Frederick V, of the Palatinate, king
of Bohemia, 500 ; crowned and
his proclamations, ib. ; character
and policy, 501 ; defeated at
White mountain, 501, 502; flees
to Holland, 502.

Frederick William III, establishes



the Evangelical Union of Prussia,

633.
Freistadt, church of grace, 640.
Fruwein, Martin, imprisonment and

death, 529,
Fulneck, parish, 244 ; house of Co-

menius at, 480 and note 28 ;

sacked, 549 ; centre of hidden

seed, 637, 642.
Funerals, how conducted in U. F.,

221.
Funk, John, court-preacher, 294.

G.

Oabriel, imprisoned, 269, 270.
Gallus, priest, opposes Luke of

Prague, 182.
Ganse, parish, 286.
Greer, Lawrence de, gives Comenius a

home at Amsterdam, 595 ; assists

impoverished Brethren, 600.
Geer, Lewis de, patron of Camenius,

580 ; censures him, 584.
Geer, Stephen de, assists impoverished

Brethren, 600.
Geletzky, John, compiles German

hymnal, 399 ; biography ib. note

8.
Gonhicki, Jacob, unites with U. F.,

560.
Genesen, bishop of, opposes U. F.,

445.
George I, of England, letters patent

in aid of U. F., 630.
George, of Fiinfkivchen, arrested, 116 ;

recants, 118.
George, John, biography 294 note 4 ;

sent to Ferdinand, 268 ; at Koz-

minek, 294 ; translates catechism,

407, 408.
George, of Sussic, arrested, 116; re-
cants, 118.
Geranus, Jacob, rector of Jesuit

college. 438.
Gerike, Paul, apposes U. F., 442,

443 ; excommunicated by synod

of Thorn, 448; defies Gliczner,

ib.; resigns, ib.
Gersdorf, baron v., regent, 486.
Gerson, John, 30.

Gertich, Martin, bishop and biogra-
phy, 582 and note 20 ; flees to

Silesia, 595 ; death, 599.
Gertich, Martin Gratian, bishop and

biography, 473 and note 14; at



670



INDEX.



Lissa, 562 ; president of council,
lb. ; death, 565.

Gertich, Nicholas, assistant bisiiop,
600; biography and bishop, 609
and note 7, 613; at Brieg and
Liegnitz, 613; death, 622.

Gideon, archdeacon, at Vilna, 451.

Gilgenburg, parish, 286.

Gilovius, Paul, at Sendomir, 345,

346, 349 ; suggests Protestant con-
vention, 392.

Gisbitsky, Wenzel, execution, 528.

Glatz, exiles at, 282.

Gliczner, Erasmus, Lutheran super-
intendent in Poland, 343 ; at Sen-
domir, 345, 348, 351, 352; at
Posen, 352, 353, 390; suggests
Protestant convention, 392 ;
breach with Turnovius, 446 ; pres-
ident of synod at Thorn, 447 ; de-
poses Luperian and Gerike, 448 ;
true to Consensus Sendomiriensis,
lb. ; at council of Vilna, 450-465 ;
death, 455.

Gliczner, Nicholas, at Sendomir, 345,

347, 348, 351 ; at Posen, 352, 353.
Glogau, church of grace at, 640.
Goble, Charles, bishop of Unitatsge-

meinden, 634.

Goll, Jaroslav, on the episcopacy of
U. F., 149, 150, 151 and note 20.

Golynski, Bernhard, Jesuit, influ-
ences king of Poland, 444.

Gorka, Andrew, governor of Great
Poland 284 ; death, 288.

Gorka, Luke, governor of Great
Poland, 839.

Gottlieben, castle, 64, 65 note 21.

Grabsch and Gruhl. exploratory tour
in Moldavia, in search of rem-
nant of the Brethren, 171 note 17.

Grace, time of, defined by U. F.,
252, 375.

Greek church, influence of in evan-
gelizing Bohemia, 10; proposed
union with it of Bohemian
church, 92, 93; in Poland, 449
and note 1 ; Polish convocation of,
450.

Gregor, of Wotic, treatise on civil
power, 173.

Gregory ^ VII, pope, 15; letter to
Wratislaw, 16.

Gregory XII, pope, 39.

Gregory, the patriarch, biography,
98. 99, note 5 ; goes to Kunwald,
107 ; stands at head of the Breth-



ren, ib.; visits the Taborites,
113; arrested and tortured, 116,
117; his dream, 117, 118; liber-
ated, 118; elected one of the
chief elders, 127; at synod of
Lhota, 133; his address, 134;
memlier of council, 153, 155 ; in
time of the second persecution,
160; death and character, 165,
166; literary works, 165 note&;
extreme views, 172, 173; his
writings no longer authoritative,
178.

Gi-udzinski, Peter, at Kozminek, 294.

Gustavus, Adolphus, takes jjart in
Thirty Years' War, 666 ; death,
667.

Gymnasium Rosarium, 660 and note
6.

Gyrek, vide George John.

H.

Habrowanites, 238 ; conference and
dispute with U. F., 255 ; join
Anabaptists, ib.

Haid, parish, 224.

Halar, George, arrested, 166.

Hanke, Samuel David, bishop of
Unitatsgemeinden, 633.

Harant, Christopher, execution, 617.

Hardegg, counts, feud with U. F.,
365 and note 14.

Harrach, Ernst v., archbishop, urges
severe measures against Protest-
ants, 541.

Hartlib, Samuel, 576 and note 7;
publishes letter of Comenius,
578 ; induces parliament to invite
Comenius to England, 579'.

Hartmann, Adam, banished, 551 ; at
Thorn, 565 ; in council, 568 ; lit-
erary works, ib.; in Lithuania,
568 note 25.

Hartmann, Adam Samuel, rector of
Lissa college, 598 and note 6;
visits England to collect money
for the Brethren, 600; bishop
and biography, 622 ; secures
scholarships from Elector of Bran-
denburg, 623 ; visits England and
receives degree from University
of Oxford, 624 and note 7 ; con-
sults with Anglican bishops re-
specting a bishop of the U. F. in
England, 624 ; death, ib.

Hartmann, Paul, in England, 624.



INDEX.



671



Hauenschild, George, in prison and
execution, 508, 528.

Hauska, Martin, 87.

Harvard college, Comenius asked to
be president of, 580 and note 18.

Hedericus, doctor, writes against U.
F., 417 and note 3.

Hedio, Caspar, visited by Cerwenka,
256.

Hedwig, queen of Poland, favors
Hussites, 283.

Heidenreich, vide Hedericus.

Heidelberg, university of, scholar-
ships for U. F., 623.

Heiersdorf, synod at, 628.

Helic, Luke, member of Bible com-
mittee, 424.

Henry, of Valois, king of Poland,
390; coronation and flight, 391.

Henry IV, emperor, 15.

Herbek, John, martyrdom, 187.

Herbert Peter, biography, 333 note
4 ; in Wiirtemberg, 333 ; visits
Reformed divines in Switzerland,
334, 335, 336; draws up confes-
sion of 1564, 363 ; accompanies
deputation to Vienna, 363 ; death,
372 note 35 ; compiles German
hymnal, 399.

Herbst, Benedict, writes against U.
F., 339.

Herder, what he says of hymnology
of U. F., 403.

Hermanitz, awakening at, 640.

Hermon, Urban, leads exiled Breth-
ren, 281.

Hertunch, John, ministers to the con-
demned Protestant leaders at
Prague, 508.

Hidden Seed, in Bohemia and Mo-
ravia, 619, 620, 635-646; in
Bohemia, 636, 637 ; in Moravia,
637, 638 ; signs of new life, 638 ;
awakening in Bohemia, 640 ; per-
secuted, ib.

Hirschberg, church of grace at, 640

History of Persecutions, 534 note 31 ;
568, 569.

Hohenmauth, council of, writes to
executive council, 164 ; parish,
223.

Holy, Wenzel, member of council,
305 and note 11.

Holyk, work on Anti-Reformation,
585 note 3 ; describes secret meet-
ings of Protestants, 620 note 23.

Horaszdowic, convent of, 549.



Horn, secret meeting of bishops at
his house, 554.

Horn, John, deputy to Luther, 233 ;
bishop and biography, 242 ; pres-
ident of council, ib.; draws up
confession of 1532 and 1535, 246,
247 ; death and character, 265
and note 1 ; republishes first
hymnal, 394 ; reviews German
hymnal of Weiss, 396.

Hosius, Stanislaus, cardinal, intro-
duces Jesuits into Poland, 392.

Hostialek, Maximilian, execution,
526.

Hostowin, Jesuit in Bohemia, 416.

Hradesin William v , takes Augusta
to Prague, 325.

Hradicky, John, in Hungary, 565
and note 1 8.

Hradschin, royal castle, vide Prague.

Hranicky, Daniel, assistant bishop,
199, 303; death, 310.

Hranowitz, Bartholomew, martyrdom,
187.

Hronow, Paul, Zerotin's chaplain,
553.

Huerta, Martin v., persecutes Prot-
estants, 543.

Hulava, Jacob, martyrdom, 160.

Hungary, exiled Brethren in, 560,
564.

Hus, John, birth, education and
character, 28, 29 ; professor, 29 ;
theological tendency. 31, 32 ; in-
cumbent of Bethlehem chapel,
33 ; pastor and preacher, 34 ; his
postil, 34 note 2 ; synodical
preacher, 35 ; first reformatory
acts, 35, 36 ; first opposition to,
37; denounces indulgences, 40;
excommunicated, 43 ; retires from
Prague, 44 ; his writings, 45, 46 ;
doctrinal views on Holy Scrip-
tures, 46, 47 ; on man's natural
state, 48; on predestination, i6., •
on faith, 49; on the church, 60;
on the word of God, 51, 52 ; on
the sacraments, 52 ; on the vir-
gin Mary, ib. ; on purgatory, 53 ;
on obedience, ib.; invited to
council of Constance, 56; Sigis-
mund's promises, 56 and note 2 ;
journey to Constance, 57, 58 ; safe-
conduct, 59, 60; arrested, 61, 62;
imprisoned in Dominican mon-
astery, 62 ; in castle Gottlieben;
64 ; in Franciscan monastery, 65 ,



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first hearinj; before Council, 66 ;
second and third hearing, 66, 67 ;
letters, 69 and note 3 ; degrada-
tion and condemnation, 71, 72, 73,
74, 75 ; execution, 76, 77 ; his
true followers, 99.

JHusita, John, member of council,
305 and note 1 1 ; visits Polish and
Prussian churches, 307.

Hussita, Wenzel, priest, 301.

Hussites, vide CaUztines and Tabor-
ites.

Hussite League, 80.

Hymn, sung at Lhota, 135, 136.

Hymn of exiles, 555 and note 13.

Hymnology of U. F., first hymnal,
226, 394 ; new hymnals resolved
on, 313, 398 ; German hymnal of
1566, 365 and note 13, 399-401 ,
history of hymnology, 394-405 ;
first German hymnal, 394, 395 ;
Horn's edition, 396, 397 ; first
Polish hymnal, 397 ; its revi-
sion, 401 ; hymnology of the
renewed tl. F., 402 note 11;
hymnals republished by Come-
nius, 601, 602.



Iglau, town, 91.

Imperialists, their outrages at Prague
and elsewhere, 503, 504.

Indulgences, sale of, 40.

Innocent X, pope, 581.