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Institoris, Henry, tries to convert the
Brethren, 183 and note 8 ; collo-
quy at Olmiitz 183.

Irish rebellion, 580.

Isaac, abbot, at Vilna, 451.

Israel, George, biography, 278 note
21; visits Luther, 251, 259; im-
prisoned, 278 ; escapes, ib. ; joins
exiled Brethren, 284; in East
Prussia, 286 ; labors in Po-
land, 287; on the ice at Thorn,
287, 288; further labors in Po-
land, 288-291; at Cracow, 292;
at Reformed synod, 293 ; at Koz-
minek, 294 ; goes to Little Po-
land, 296, 297 ; interview with
Laski, 297 ; with Vergerius, 298 ;
bishop, 318 ; chief judge, 320 ; at
Goluchow, 331 ; colloquy with
Antitrinitarians, 338 ; at synod
of Posen in 1567, 343 ; at synod
of Posen in 1570, 352 ; at synod



of Cracow in 1573, 390; edits
Polish hvmnal, 397 ; in old age,
418; death, 419.
Ivan, czar, receives embassy of
iSigismund of Poland, 387 ; in-
terview with Rokita, 387, 388,
389.

J.

Jablonsky, Daniel Ernst, his de or-
dine et successione episcopali, 609
note 6, 630 ; bishop and biogra-
phy, 625 ; consults I)r. Grabe
about his consecration, 626 ; head
of the remnant of U. F., 626,
627 ; labors for union of Luther-
ans and Reformed, 625, 626 note
10 ; connecting link between
episcopacy of the ancient and re-
newed U. F., 627 and note 14;
publishes work on the rights of
the Protestants, 628 and note 16;
at synod of Thorn, 629 ; corre-
spondence with archbishop of
Canterbury, 629, 630; letter to
Zinzendorf about the episcopacy,
630.

Jablonsky, Peter, vide Figxdus Peter.

Jacob, member of council, 433.

Jacob, of Turnau, at colloquy of
1504, 180.

Jacob of Wodnan, opposes liberal
party in U. F., 175; causes a
schism, 178.

Jacobellus, of Mies, 32 and note 3, 85.

Jacobides, John, bishop, 625; super-
intends churches, 627 ; death,
629.

Jacobides, John, martyrdom, 595.

Jaeschke, George, witness in time of
hidden seed, 641, 642 ; his dying
prophecy, 643.

Jaeschke, Michael, at his father's
death-bed, 643; flees from Mo-
ravia, 646.

Jaffet, John, assistant bishop and
author, 146 ; reply to Sturm, 147.

Jakesh, Veit, ministers to condemned
Protestant leaders, 508.

Jakesh, Wenzel, tortured, 537.

James St., edict of, 191, 192; re-
newed, 267.

James I, of England, refuses to help
Frederick, 500.

Jamnici, opprobrious name given
the Brethren, 120 note 21.



INDEX.



G73



Jankoivshi, Luke, joins IT. F., 288.
Janow, Matthias v., 25, 26.
Janowic, baroiis v., imprisoned, 247.
Janowic, regent, 486.

Janua Linguarum, work by Come-
nius, 576, 577 and note 9.

Japhet, John, remains burned, 549.

Jaromir, parish, 223.

Jauer, church of grace at, 640.

Jednota, Bratrska, vide U. F.

Jemnist, Mikes v., 56 and note 3.

Jerome, colloquy with Utraquist
masters, 165.

Jerome, of Prague, 32, 41, 77 and
note 18; organizes university of
Cracow, 283.

Jerusalem, home of, 24.

Jesuits, in Bohemia, 317 and note 1 ;
prepare articles of recantation
for Augusta, 322 ; instruct Au-
gusta and Bilek, 325; advise
their separation, 326 ; designs
against religious liberty in Bohe-
mia, 381, 382; in Poland, 392;
further work in Bohemia, 415,
416; course at Posen, 443; their
reaction in Poland, 445, 476 ;
work against Protestants in Bo-
hemia, 482 : banished from Bohe-
mia, 497 ; banished from Moravia,
499 ; recalled to Bohemia, 504 ;
obtrude upon condemned Prot-
estant leaders, 508, 509 ; respon-
sible for Anti-Reformation, 535 ;
destroy Protestant books, 539, 540,
639 ; accompany reform commis-
sion, 543 ; claim credit of roman-
izing Bohemia and Moravia, ib. ;
try to uproot hidden seed in Mo-
ravia, 644.

Jesuit church, taken from Brethren,
505 and note 4.

Jessen, John, at Prague, 468 ; in
prison, 508 ; execution, 524, 525.

Jessen, Paul, bishop, 420 ; member
of Bible committee, 424 ; death,
biography and character, 433 and
note 3.

Jezierski, Francis, president of Thorn
synod, 447.

Joan of Arc, vide Maid of Orleans.

Joanna, queen, enemv of TJ. F., 164.

John, XXIII, pope,"39, 59, 62, 63.

John, Ferdinand's chaplain and
Augusta, 323.

John George, elector of Saxony,
espouses cause of Ferdinand II,
43



501 ; remonstrates against expul-
sion of Lutheran clergy, 537 ;
ally of Gustavus Adoiphus, 566 ;
arrives at Prague, ib.

John, of Grosswardein, enemy of U.
F., 184 and note 10; incites Mo-
ravian diet against U. F., 192 ;
his sudden death, ib. ; vide Borek,
his other name.

John, the Hermit, imprisoned, 246.

John, the Iron, 37, 38, 61.

John, of Jesenic, 32, 44, 85.

John, of Jicin, 87.

John Kardinalis, of Reinstcin, 58, 85.

John, the Monk, joins U. F., 236.

John, of Pribram, 85.

John, of Selau, 82 and note 6.

John, of Tein, member of council,
243.

John, a Waldensian, visits Brethren,
255.

John the Baptist, church of, 471.

John Frederick, elector of Saxony,
inquires about U. F., 249 ; con-
fession presented to, ib. ; taken
prisoner by Ferdinand, 265;
falsely reported to conspire against
Bohemian crown, 274.

Jonas, Justus, conference with Au-
gusta, 251.

Joram, John, minister at Lissa, 565.

Joseph I, 640 and note 8.

Joseph . //, edict of toleration, 556
and note 17 ; appendix, 647.

Judge, chief, in U. F., character of
office, 215, 216.

Julian, legate 88, 89.

Julich, Joachim, biography and
bishop, 624 and note 9 ; death, 626.

Jungbunzlau, chief se:it of U. F.,
164, 223, 224 ; printing office at,
226 ; public ordination at, 262 ;
revives after persecution, 309,
310; new chapel at, 311, 312;
theological seminary at, 418;
passes out of hands of Krajek
family, 419 and note 10 ; meeting
of acolytes at, 422; confiscated,
439, 440; parish and school or-
ganized, 471.

Justification, Luke's views, 235; how
explained in confession of 1538,
254 and note 23 ; in confession of
1573, 374.

Justinus, Laurentius, bishop and
biography, 568 and note 24 ; prov-
ident of council, 582 ; death, 584.



674



INDEX.



Jirek, vide George John.
Jzbinski, Benedict, bishop, enemy of
U. F., 284 ; persecutes U. F., 288.

K.

Kohatnic, Martin, his exploratory
tour to East, 176 and note 3.

Kajetan, parish, 224.

Kalef, John, biography, 370, 371 ;
bishop, 370 ; excommunicates
Adam v. Krajek, 384 ; president
of council, 419; death, 420.

Kalenee, John, head of the Amosites,
238, 261.

Kaliseh, palatine of, joins Swedes,
591.

Kaplir, Caspar v., ringleader in at-
tack on regents, 493 ; heroism at
his trial, 506 ; execution, 518, 519.

Kapra, at colloquy at Prague, in
1504, 186.

Kardus, Samuel, martyrdom, 595.

Karminski, Iwan, at Sendomir, 345,
346,351.

Karolath, Silesian parish, 564.

Kasala, John, at colloquy at Prague
in 1504, 186.

Kdsehrot, Augustin, enemy of U. F.,
184 ; letters denouncing it, 189 ;
sudden death, 197.

Kaunitz, parish, 224.

Kaurdtz, family of, 225.

Kaunitz baron v., gives a refuge to
Brethren, 595.

Kepler, John, at Prague, 468.

Keys, power of, defined bv U. F.,
375.

Khan, Eusebius, commissioner of
Matthias to Protestant states,
^498.

Khlesel, Melchior, biography, 438 and
note 1 5 ; prime minister of Mat-
thias,483; advocates mild measures
against Protestant leaders, 497 ;
seized and removed to Tyrol, 498.

Kinsky, Ulrich, ringleader in attack
on regents, 493.

Kioff, metropolitan of 449.

Kirmezer, Paul, writes against U.
F., 416.

Klattau, parish, 224.

Kleinschmidt, Frederick E., on secret
Protestants in Bohemia and Mo-
ravia, 556 note 17.

Klenowsky, John, one of the chief
elders, 127 ; member of council,



153 ; cliaracter, labors and death,
155, 156 and note 1.

Kleych, Wenzel, flees from Bohemia,
638 ; publishes Protestant books
and spreads them througii Bohe-
mia, Moravia and Hungary, 639;
death, ib.

Klostergrab, church at closed, 488.

Klosterle. parish, 224.

Kober, Christopher, executed, 525.

Kochan, Valentine, executed, 523,
^524.

Kocourovsky, Nicholas, wills his prop-
erty to U. F., 570.

Kokovec, Mares, his exploratory tour
to East, 176.

Kolowrat, Albert v., enemy of U. F.,
189 ; sudden death, 196, 197.

Kolsky, Andrew, member of council,
433.

Komarowsky, Oabriel, author of hymn
sung at synod of Lhota, 135.

Konechlumsky, William, executed,
522.

Koneczny, Matthias biography and
bishop, 474; death, 551.

Koniasch, Anthony, destroys Protest-
ant books, 540.

Koniggrdtz, parish, 223 ; church at
desecrated, 535, 536.

Konigsberg, university of, 284; ex-
iled Brethren at, 285 ; divines of
oppose a confession of faith for
Poland, 332.

Kopulansky, John, brings books to
secret Brethren in Bohemia, 620.

Koranda, TFenzeZ.Taborite leader, 86.

Koranda, Wenzel^ head of the Utra-
quist church and colloquy with
Brethren, 143; report of collo-
quy to Kostka, ib. ; alarmed by
their increase, 170.

Ivorbona, parish fund, 420.

Korybut, Michael, king of Poland,
621.

Korytan, John, leader of exiled
Brethren, 281 ; in Poland, 288.

Koscielecki, Janus, jjersecutes U. F.,
288, 338 ; death, 339 ; hatred of
U. F., on his death-bed, 339 note
12.

Kostka, Zdenek, condemns four
members of U. F. to stake, 119 ;
tortures Brethren, 1 60.

Kostka, John Postupic v., friend of
U. F., 143, 164; joins it and fur-
nishes money for exploratory tour



INDEX.



675



to the East, 176; defends V.F.,
185 ; letter to Krasonicky, telling
him to stand fast, 18(3 ; his family
prominent in U. F., 225 ; estates
confiscated, 265 ; carries out edict
of St. James, 267 and note 6.

Kosteletz, parish, 223.

Kotter, Christopher, false prophet,
614, 615 and note 14.

Kozel, Henry, executed, 528.

Kozi Hradek, castle, 45.

Kozminek, parish, 29 1 ; union synod
at, 29-1, 295; school at, 414.

Kozour, Andrew, executed, 628.

Krnjek, barons v., member of U. F.,
185 note 14, 225 ; Conrad proposes
that confession be presented to
margrave of Brandenburg, 244 ;
interview with Ferdinand, 247,
248 ; death, 260 and note 8 ;
Ernst's estates confiscated, 265 ;
escorts exiled Brethren, 281 ; re-
opens chapel at Jungbunzlau,
310; builds new chapel, 311;
memorial to the king, ib. ; advises
an appeal to Maximilian, 312;
death, 312 and note 29, 313;
Adam, excommunicated, 384, 385
and note 8 ; Kreszentia, excom-
municated, 384 ; death of Adam
419 and note 10.

Krakowec, castle, 45.

Kralitz, castle, 424.

Kralitz, Bible, vide Bible.

Krasonicky, Lawrence, member of
council, 153; his character and
labors, 155 ; adviser of Bishop
Matthias, 177 ; colloquy with
Henry Institoris, 183.

Krawarsky, Adam, Jesuits mission-
ary, 544 ; reputed success in con-
verting Brethren, 5)6.

Krcin, parish, 223.

Kremsier, parish, 224.

Krimic, regent, 486.

Krinecky, William v., presents con-
fession to Ferdinand, 247, 248 ;
condemned to death and flight,
265 and note 3 ; in East Prussia,
285 and note 8 ; at Kozminek, 294.

Krokocinshj, Matthias T., has charge
of Lissa press, 502 and note 8,
565 and note 18.

Krotowski, John, at Kozminek, 294 ;
at Slezan, 3 1 7 note 3 ; presents
confession to king of Poland, 338 ;
ambassador to czar Iwan, 387.



Krusius, Martin, teacher at Lissa,
565.

Kubin, John, whipped, 529.

Kujavia, 294 and note 3 ; vide Ciija-
via.

Kunwald or Kunewalde in Moravia,
parish, 224 ; centre of hidden
seed, 637, t)42.

Kunwald, village, 106, 107 note 3 ;
U. F., founded at, 1 07 ; parish,
223.

Kimz, Melchoir, witness in time of
hidden seed, 641.

Kurnatowski, count, director of
union synod at Dantzic, 631.

Kutnaur, John, executed, 526, 527.

Kutschera, Tobias, 637.

Kutschera, his exploratory tour to
Moldavia in search of remnant
of the U. F., 171.

Kuttenberg, convention at, 91 ; dis-
putation at, 92 ; Brethren at bar-
barously treated, 185.

Kuttlau, Silesian parish, 564.



Ladislaus, of Naples, 39.

Ladislaus, Posthumus, king of Bohe-
mia, 93; death, 109.

Lamonnain, William, Jesuit, ad-
viser of Kudolph, 438 ; confessor
of Ferdinand II, 507.

Larnser, Catholic priest, his conver-
sation with Schneider, 642.

Landskron, parish, 223 ; centre of
hidden seed, 636 ; awakening at,
640.

Landshut, church of grace at, 640.

Lanetius, John, bishop, 435; presi-
dent of council, 474; banished,
551 ; secret meeting with col-
leagues, 554 ; death, ib.

Lasitius, John, his views on hym-
nology of U. F., 404 ; on the U.
F., 411 ; his history of U. F., 412;
eighth book of his history pub-
lished, 587 and note 1.

Laski, John v._ 297 ; interview with
Israel, ib. ; criticism of confession
of U. F., 299 ; invites its dele-
gates to a Reformed synod, ib.;
negotiates with Duke Albert
about a confession for Poland,
332 ; proposes a conference with
U. F., ib. ; corrects confession of
U. F., 333 ; death, 333 note 3.



676



INDEX.



Laun, parish, 224.

Laurin, minister in Hungary, 565.

Lazari, village, Wenzel Klevch at,
638.

Lazan, Henry v., 45, 56.

Lazembock, vide Chlum Henry v.

League of 1547, 264, 265.

Lednic, Hungarian parish, 564.

Leibnitz, favors Jablonsky's efforts
to unite Lutherans and Re-
formed, 625.

Leipnik, parish, 164 ; conference
with Reformed divines at, 332.

Leipsic, Interim, 279.

Leilomischl, seat of U. F., 164;
printing office at, 226 ; confiscated,
265 : heads of families arrested
and their sufferings, 270 ; Breth-
ren banished from, 280 ; centre of
hidden seed, 636 ; awakening at
640.

Lenesic, temporary seat of council,
161 ; parish, 224.

Leopold, archduke and bishop of Pas-
sau, at Prague, 461 ; plots against
Protestants, 469 ; sends an army
into Bohemia, 470.

Leopold I, forbids family worship,
620.

Lesczyna, or Leszno, vide Lissa.

Leskowec, Albert v., set over royal
towns, 184.

Leszcynski, or Lescinski Raphael, at
Slezan, 317, note 3; presents con-
fession to Polish king, 338 ; am-
bassador to czar Iwan, 387 ; An-
drew, reconciles Turnovius and
Gliczner, 446 and note 5 ; arranges
with Ostrogski for a meeting of
Protestants and Greeks at Vilna,
450 ; the Leszcynski family, 561 ;
Raphael IV, joins U. F , 562 ;
Andrew and Raphael V, ib. ; Ra-
phael founds college at Lissa,
563 ; death, 572 ; John, vice pres-
ident of colloquium cliaritati-
vum, 583 ; Boguslaiv, turns Catho-
lic, 590; renews religious privi-
leges of Lissa, 591 ; leaves Lissa
to its fate, 593 ; Stanislaus, made
king of Poland, 627.

Letters, seven, of Brethren to Roky-
cana, 157, 158 and note 6, 159,
160, 161.

Lewis, Kinri, crowned, 193; his
guardians, 229 ; the letter of U.,
F. to, 237 and appendix, 650 ;



death, 238 ; body recovered and
buried, 210.

Leyden, university of, scholarships
for U. F., 626.

Lecek, John, his false testimony
against U. F., 166, 167.

Lhota, village, 132 and note 1 ; synod
at, 132-140; seat of council 155.

Library of Polish Province, 477, 563 ;
perished in conflagration at Lissa,
594.

Lichtenberg, Nicholas v., persecutes
U. F., 185.

Liechtenstein, prince of, governor of
Bohemia, 504 and note 3 ; presi-
dent of court that tries IVotest-
ant leaders, 506 ; refuses to
pardon them, 507 ; secures for
them the ministrations of Luth-
eran clergymen 508 ; at the execu-
tion, 510 ; his degrading conditions
announced to Lutlieran clergy-
men, 536 ; banishes them ; 536,
537 ; dismisses Protestant magis-
trates, 539.

Liechtenstein's troops, in Anti-Re-
formation, 543, 544.

Lipan, battle of, 89, 90.

Lipczynski,, Andrew, joins U. F.,
287.

Lipomanus, Aloysius, bishop, 298.

Lippach, David, ministers to con-
demned Protestant leaders, 508 ;
commends them to intercessions
of his congregation, ib.; banished
and his farewell address, 637.

Lismanin, Francis, 296 ; consults
vSwiss reformers about union with
U. F., 296 ; at Cracow, 298 ; sub-
sequent career, 298 note 7 ; dis-
cussion with deputies of LT. F.,
332 ; sends confession of U. F. to
Swiss reformers, 333.

Lissa college, founded, 563 ; rectors,
574 note 1 ; system and laws, 574,
575 ; destroyed, 594 ; reopened,
598 and note 6.

Lissa, town, 318, 561 and notes 3 and
5 562 ; new centre of U. F., 562,
563; publication, oifice at, 562;
school at, 414; college at, 563;
churches at, 571 note 31 ; Luth-
eran synod at, 582, 583 ; Brethren
forced to give up their church,
591 ; build a new one, 591 and
note!; town destroyed, 593, 592;
rebuilt, 598 ; prosj)ering, 624 ;



INDEX.



677



Bohemian element disappears,
ib. ; destroyed a second time, 627,
628 ; rebuilt, 632 and iiote 25.

Lissa Folios and Archives of U. F.,
earliest archives at Senftenberg,
152 ; at Leitomischl, destroyed,
142, 302 note 2 ; Lissa folios, ib. ;
archives of Polish Province, 476;
folios saved from conflagration at
Lissa, 596 note 13 ; further fate
of the folios, 632 note 25.

Literature, Bohemian, decline of, 538,
539 ; systematically destroyed,
539.

Literattire of U. F., 226, 227; 410-
413 ; 423-431 ; destroyed, 549, 550,
639.

Lititz, domain of, 106.

Lobkowic, Nicholas v., induces Wen-
zel to reverse status at university
of Prague, 37.

Lobkowitz, Albert v., chancellor of
Bohemia, 438, 460 ; refuses to
sign the charter, 462 ; refuses to
sign agreement with Protestants,
463 ; refuses to sign the amnesty,
466 ; his wife Polixena refuses to
deliver the fugitive regents, 495.

Lobkowitz, Bohuslaw v., his question
to synod respecting last ministra-
tions to murderers, 422.

Lobkowitz, Bohuslav Hassenstein v.,
enemy of U. F., 184.

Lobkowitz, Matthias Diepold, regent,
486; spared by Protestant con-
spirators, 493.

Lobkowitz, William v., opposes elec-
tion of Ferdinand II, 485 ; ring-
leader in attack on regents, 498 ;
condemned to perpetual imprison-
ment, 507, 530.

Lobsenia or Lobsens, parish, 291,
318; school at, 414.

Lobwasser, Ambrose, adapts Psalms
to French tunes, 411.

Lodi, bishop of, 72.

Lohelius, archbishop, banished, 497 ;
recalled, 504; Ferdinand's ad-
viser in Anti-Reformation, 535.

Lord's Supper, dispute about in U.
F., Ill ; doctrine formulated. 111,
112; how defined prior to Re-
formation, 204 ; how defined in
1538, 254; how celebrated, 220,
221 and notes 11, 12, 13; how de-
fined in 1573, 374, 375; discussed
in 1598 and 1604, 434.



Lorenz, apothecarv, his cruelty to
his wife, 385.

Lorenz, John, biography, 331, 332;
at Xionz, 337 ; accompanies de-
putation to king, 338; at synod
of Posen in 1567, 343 ; reply to
Morgenstern, 343 and note 7 ; mis-
sion to Wittenberg, 344 ; at synod
of Posen in 1570, 352, 353;
bishop, 370; marries, 418 note 7;
death, 418.

Los, Otto v., heroism at his trial,
506; execution, 521, 522.

Lubienski, Matthias, primate of Po-
land, 581.

Ludanic, Wenzel v., bold speech at
Moravian diet, 304, 305.

Ludmila, duchess, 11, 13.

Luke, metropolitan, at conference of
Vilna, 451.

Luke, member of council, 153.

Luke of Prague, joins U. F., 173 ;
character 174; journey to East,
176; his treatises in time of dis-
sensions, 177 ; visits Italy and
France, 180; bishop, 182; de-
velops worship of U. F., ib. ; letter
to Gallus, ib.; at colloquy at
Prague in 1504, 186 ; correspond-
ence with Utraquist consistory,
187 ; his sharp letter, to adminis-
trator, 193; flees from place to
place, ib. ; arrested, imprisoned
and liberated, 197, 198; literary
works, 226, 239 ; president of
council, 229 ; suspicions of Luth-
er's reformation, 233 ; mission to
Luther, 233, 234 ; writes against
Luther, 234, 235 ; second mission
to Luther, 235; rupture with
Luther, ib. ; opposition to Zwin-
gliau system, 236 ; controversies
with the sects, 238 ; recognizes
impropriety of rebaptism, 239;
death and character, 239 ; resolu-
tion of synod in relation to his
writings, 243 note 7.

Lultcshian Brethren, vide Ilabro-
xoanites.

Lupac, Martin, 91 ; advises Brethren
to institute an independent min-
istry, 128; the kneeling peasant,
ib. ; imprisoned and banished,
128, 129; disputation with Roky-
cana, 129 ; death, ih.

Luperian, Andrew, opponent of U.
F., 443 ; deposed, 448.



678



IXDEX.



Lusatia, in Anti-Reformation, 547 ;
political constitution of, 170 mote 13.
Luther, Martin, writes to Utraquist
states, 233; suspected by Luke
of Prague, ih. ; at diet of Worms
and the Wartburg, ih.; receives
deputation from U. F., 233, 234 ;
answers questions about catechism
of U. F., 234; his work on the
sacrament, 234 and note, 13 ; re-
ceives a second deputation from
U. F., 235 ; discipline urged on
him, 235 and note 15; censures
discipline of U. F., 236 ; pub-
lishes confession of U. F. with a
preface, 245 and note 1 1 ; mission
to him in 1535, 249, 250, 251 ;
writes to Baworinsky, 251 ; mis-
sion to him in 1536, "251 ; further
negotiations with him, 252 253 ;
edits confession and apology of
U. F., in 1538, 253; visited by
Augusta, 259 ; his letter to him,
261 ; his opinion of U. F., 261 ;
death, 264.

Imtherans, disputes among, 260 and
note 7, 279.

Lutherans, in Bohemia, 232, 233,
236; unstable character, 262;
priests banished, 312 note 27;
adherents at time of Ferdinand's
death, 361 and note 4; nobles
petition Maximilian to recognize
the Augustana, 369; demands
and confession at diet of 1575,
378, 379; relation to the U.
F., 378, 379.

Lutherans, in East Prussia, 285;
hard conditions imposed upon the
exiled Brethren, 286 and note 14 ;
forbid their ritual and constrain
them to leave, 393.

Lutherans, in Poland, 283 ; opposed
to U. F., 337, 341, 342; deter-
mine to crush U. F. with an ad-
verse opinion from Wittenburg,
343; adherents of Flacius Illv-
ricus, 344; withdraw from Con-
sensus Sendomiriensis, 455, 456 ;
refuse to renew it, 476 ; at Lissa,
570 ; their synod at Liasa, 582, 583.

Lutheran clergymen at Prague, min-
ister to condemned Protestant
leaders, 508, 510, 511; expelled
from Prague and banished from
Bohemia, 536, 537.

Lutomirz, parish, 318.



M.

Magnis, count, reform commissioner,
553.

Mdhrisch-Kromau, parish, 224.

Maid of Orleans, sends menacing
letter to Hussites, 88 and note 16.

Major, George, 344 ; approves of Con-
sensus Sendomiriensis, 357 note 20.

Malecki, Jerome, at synod of Koz-
minek, 294.

Mansfeld, Ernst, commander of Prot-
estant army and biography 499
and 7iote 25.

Manual, of Bible,, work by Come-
nius, 601 and note 16.

Manualjk, vide Manual of Bible.

Marburg, conference of, 246.

Maresch, Martin, tortured, 537.

Marine board, of Amsterdam, assist
impoverished Brethren, 600.

Marienwerder, Prussian parish, 286.

Markold, Taborite leader, 87.

Marriage, defined by U. F., 204;
ceremony how conducted. 221, 357.

Marschewski or Marszewski, Adal-
bert, at synod of Kozminek, 294 ;
at Slezan, 317 note 3 ; presents
confession to king of Poland, 338.

Marszevia, parish, 291.

Martin, priest of U. F., examined,
160.

Martin V, pope, 80.

Martini, or Martinius, Samuel, writes
against U. F., 145 ; administrator
of Protestant consistory, 566 ; per-
secutes U. F., 571.

Martinie, Jaroslaw, adviser of Ru-
dolph, 438, 460; refuses to sign
agreement with Protestants and
amnesty, 463, 466 ; regent, 486 ;
governor of Karlstein, 487 ;
thrown out of window of Hrad-
schin, 493 ; escapes, 494, 495 ;
reform commissioner, 545.

Martyrs and Confeseors, of U. F.,fnur
burned, 119; Jacob Hulava, 160;
many suffer, 185 ; six at Aujezd,
187, 188; Andrew Poliwka, 193,
194 ; village judge of Semanin,
269; Gabriel, ib.; many confes-
sors, 270; sixteen from Leito-
mischl, 270 ; Augusta and Bilek,
273, 274, 301; Wotic and five
others, 550 ; Jacobides, Kardus
and two acolvtes, 595 ; leaders at
Prague, 511-528.



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Masters of the University of Prague,
write against U. F., 1(J6 ; collo-
quv with representatives of U. F.,
143; tlieir "Book," 144, 147;
UT<j;e Uladislaus to persecute U.
F-i'lOl.
Matthid, John, Lutheran bishop in

Sweden, 581.
Matthias, Corvinus, war with Podie-
brad, 161; usurps title of King
of Bohemia, 163; banishes Breth-
ren from Moravia, 170, 171;
death, 171.
Matthias, the Hermit, preaches at
Prague, 232 ; helps to reorganize
the Habrowanites, 238.
Matthias, of Kunwald, one of the
first ministers of U. F., 134, 137 ;
ordained, 137; reordained, 153;
consecrated bishop, ih. ; his early
work, 155 ; courage amidst perse-
cution, 160 ; arbitrary course in
time of dissensions, 175 ; resigns,
177 ; resignation not accepted, ih.;
consecrates Thomas and Elias,
181; death, ih.; last testament,
182.
Matthias, emperor, declared head of
Hapsburg house, 457 ; invades
Bohemia, 458 ; his envoys before
Boliemian diet, 459 ; Hungary,
Austria and Moravia ceded to
him, t6./ invited by the states to
assume the government of Bohe-
mia, 470 ; sanctions privileges of
the Protestants, ib. ; refuses to do
them justice, 482, 483; adopts
Ferdinand and convenes Bohe-
mian diet, 484, 485; appoints
regents, 486; threatening letters
to them against Protestants, 489,