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490, sends a commissioner to
Prague, 498; death, t6.
Maurice, of Saxony, drives Ferdi-
nand from Innsbruck, 308.
Maximilian I, guardian of King

Lewis, 229.
Maximilian 11, elected king of Bo-
hemia, 304 ; his Protestant pro-
clivities, 312 ; what he says of U.
F., 3 J 9 ; intercedes for Augusta,
329, 330; crowned king, 329;
ascends the throne, 362 ; his
course, 362, 363 ; receives depu-
tations from U. F., 363, 364 ; un-
friendly reply, 364 ; strange
course over against U. F., 364,



365 ; accepts hymnal dedicated to
him, 365 and tioie 13 ; what he
says to Crato of U. F., 366 ;
orders chapels to be closed, ib. ;
is said to have renewed edict of
St. James, 366 note 17 ; grants
religious liberty, 379, 380; inter-
feres with religious liberty, ib.;
death, ib.

Maximilian, of Bavaria, supports
Ferdinand II, 501 ; demands sur-
render of Protestant states, 503;
tries to stop outrages at Prague,
504 ; appoints Liechtenstein gov-
ernor, ih.

Mayr, Martin, advises Podiebrad to
secure the imperial crown, 115.

Medieval church system, breaking up,

Melanchthon, receives letter from
bishop Baworinsky, 250 ; his an-
swer, 251 ; conference with Au-
gusta, ib. ; John Lorenz his pupil,
332.

Melnik, ^fartin v„ administrator,
negotiates with Augusta, 368.

Members, of U. F., divided into
classes, 216.

Menzel, John, imperial secretary,
438 ; declines to sign charter, 462
vote 3.

Methodius, vide Cyrill and Metho-
dius.

Meyricky, Fabin, minister in Hun-
gary, 665.

Michael de Causis, tool of John
XXIII, 43 ; works against Hus
at Constance, 61.

Michalek, Veit, bishop, 243, biogra-
phy, 244; death, 254.

Michalek, Martin, member of coun-
cil, 243 ; deputy to Luther, 245,
249, 250 ; bishop, 254 ; death and
character, 265 and note 2.

Michalowitz, Bohuslaw, execution,
523.

Michna, George, reform commis-
sioner, 538, 543.

3Iichna, Paul, secretary of Bohe-
mian chancellor, 462 note 3 ; flees
from Prague, 491 ; originates the
depreciation of currency, 542.

Mikolajewski, Daniel, at Vilna, 450-
455 ; editing of Polish Bible com-
mitted to him, 472; unites with
U. F., 560; bishop, ib.; death,
569.



680



INDEX.



Milheim, John de, builds Bethlehem

chapel, 38.
Milicz, of Kremsier, forerunner of
Hus, 22-25; labors in Poland,
283.
Miiitsch, Silesian parish, 5(54 ; fugi-
tive Brethren at, 595 ; church of
grace at, 640.
Ministerialia, as understood by U.
F., 201.

Ministry, of U. F., 208-213.

Mlrovic, parish, 224.

Mistopol, John, enemy of U. F.,
262; dastardly course, 266; op-
poses U. F., 268 ; urges union of
Utraquists and Catholics, 304 ;
draws up formula of recantation
for Augusta, 329 ; visits him, ib. ;
death, 368 note 20.

Mitmanek, Wenzel, enemy of U. F.,
262 ; incites Duke Albert against
U. F., 285.

Mitrowic, reform commissioner, 545.

Mladenowic, Peter of, accompanies
Hus to Constance and writes ac-
count of his trial and execution:
58 and note 8.

Mojmir, duke, 8.

Moldavia, Brethren exiled to, 171 ;
supposed remnant of in, 171 note
17.

Moller, Paul, Protestant minister,
murdered, 537.

Mona'iteries, first in Bohemia, 15;
decline, 360.

Moravia, description of, 4 ; Chris-
tianity introduced, 8 ; religious
state after Hussite war, 93, 94 ;
political constitution, 169, 170;
aflfbrds Brethren a refuge in times
of persecution, 197, 267, 279;
shakes off Rudolph's yoke, 457,
458; takes part in Bohemian
revolution, 499 ; peace of West-
phalia disastrous to, 585.

Morgenstern, Benedict, enemy of U.
F., 341, 342; his paper on the
differences between confessions of
U., F. and the Augustana, 343
and note 5.

Mother^ s School, work by Comenivis,
576 and note 8.

Moyses, John, burned alive, 537.

Muhlherg, battle of, 265.

Mailer, John George, what he says
of Comenius, 616.

MUnzer, Thomas, at Prague, 232;



organizes the Anabaptists, 241
note 2.

Musculus, Wolfgang, writes to Horn
about confession of faith, 245;
approves of union of Kozminek,
296 ; censures confession of faith,
333 ; conference with Herbert,
334, 335.

Music, in churches of U. F., 405 note
18; permitted, 434. Vide Times.

Mydlar, execution, 528 and note 29.

Mylius, Jacob, approves of the con-
fession of LT. ¥., 376.

Mysskowski, Stanislaus, at Sendomir,
345, 349, 350.

N.

Naarden, Comenius buried at, 617
and note 18.

Nachod, Frederick v., at Slezan, 317
note 3.

Nadrzibka, John and Nicholas, mar-
tyrdom, 187.

Namiest, seat of Zerotin family,
383; description of, 436,437.

Narcisus, Jacob, bishop, 433 and note
5; historian, ib.; president of
council, 473; deato, 474.

Navarre, Henry of, 436.

Neidenburg, Prussian parish, 286.

Neisser faynily, in time of hidden
seed, 641.

Neisser, George, in time of hidden
seed, 643.

Neisser, Augustin and Jacob, first
Moravian emigrants to Saxony,
645, 646.

Nemczansky, Bartholomew, bishop,
435 ; death, 474.

Nemczansky, John, member of Bible
committee, 424 ; bishop, 433 and
note 5 ; archivist, ib. ; death, 435.

Nemez, Frederick, Waldensian, or-
dained by Bishop Nicholas, and
subsequently consecrated bishop,
142.

Nemez, John, Taborite leader, 87.

Neuhaus, Henry, persecutes U. F.,
185; sudden death, 197.

Neuhatis, Joachim, said to have been
drowned while bearer of an edict
against U. F., 366 note 17.

Neutitschein, parish, 224.

Neustadt, j)arish, 223.

Nicholas, bishop, ordains two Wal-
denses, 142.



INDEX.



681



XicJwlas, hisJiop of Nazareth, 57.

Sichals I, pope, 10.

Jlicholas V, pope, 93.

Nicholas, Albert, member of Bible
committee, 424.

Nicholas of Causa, cardinal, 93.

Nicholas, of Sehlan, leads exiled
Brethren to Moldavia, 171 and
note lo.

Niemojewski, James, writes in defense
of U. F. 339.

NigeUus, professor at Prague, 469.

Nigrinus, Bartholomew, religious ad-
venturer, 581.

Nikodem, representative of U. F.,
at Vienna, 366 and note 16; at
Catholic synod, 367 note 18.

Nikolaites, sect of, 94, 243.

Nimburg, parish, 223.

Nitschmann family, in time of hid-
den seed, 641.

Nitschmann, David, first bishop of
renewed U. F., 627 note 14.

Nitschmann, David, the syndic, liis
testimony in regard to vSamuel
Schneider, 641.

Nobles, belonging to V. F., 247 and
7iote 15 ; 379 note 46.

o.

Obergassing, baron v., menaces Fer-
dinand, 499.

Obscurity, of early history of U. F.,
151, 152.

Olevianus, approves of confession of
U. F., 376.

Oliva, peace of, 597.

Olives, mount of, an establishment of
the U. F. at Leitomischl, 224.

Olmiitz, bishop of, persecutes U. F.,
417,418.

One Thing Needful, vide TJnum
Necessarimn.

Opitz, Solomon, bishop, 629 ; relig-
ious service held on the ruins of
Lissa, 632.

Optatus, Benedict, questions about
catechism of U. F., 234.

Orbis Pictus, work by Comenius,
590 and note 5.

Ordination, of first three ministers
of U. F., 137 ; discussions on, 138 ;
how conducted, 209, 211, 212,
213 ; how defined, 204, 374.

Orminius, 3Iartin, bishop and
biography, 569 ; death, 582.



Orphans, a Hussite party, 87, 89.

Orzelski, Stanislaus, president of
synod of Thorn, 447.

Orzeszkowa, parish, 564.

Ossoliiiski, George, Polish chancellor,
581 ; president of colloquium
charitativura, 583.

Ostia, cardinal bishop of, 66.

Ostrogski, Constantine, leader of Po-
lish Greek church, 450 ; over-
tures to synod of Thorn, ib.;
ari'auges for meeting witli Prot-
estant divines, ib.; at council of
Vilna, 451, 452, 453.

Ostrorog, town, chief seat of Polish,
U. F., 289, 290, 318; seat of Israel
and Loreuz, 371 ; school at, 414 ;
theological seminary at, 476 ; ar-
chives at, 476; library at, 477; falls
into hands of the Catholics, 563.

Ostrorog, Catharine, 288, 289.

Ostrorog, Jacob, 288; converted, 290;
at Cracow, 292 ; at Kozminek,
294 ; at Slezan. 317 note 3 ; pre-
sents confession to King of Po-
land, 338 : governor of Great
Poland, 339.

Ostrowic, Anna v., prominent mem-
ber of U. F., 225.

Oxenstierna, Axel, Swedish chancel-
lor, 567 ; interview with Come-
nius, 581 ; receives letters from
Comenius respecting peace of
Westphalia, 585, 586.

Oxford University, its stipends for
Bohemian students, 589 ; endorses
collection for impoverished Breth-
ren, 600 ; scholarships for U. F.,
624 ; confers degree on bishop
Hartmann, ib.



Pacification of St. Wenzel, 229.

Palec, Stephen of, associate and later
enemy of Hus, 32, 42, 44, 61.

Paliiirus, Paul, bishop and biogra-
phy, 565 and note 20 ; death, 569.

Palma, Sixtus, publisher banished,
439 note 17.

Pannonia, diocese of, 11.

Pansophia, work by Comenius, 578
and note 14.

Parcenesis of Comenius, to Anglican
church, 602 and note 18. 604, 605.

Pardon general of Ferdinand, 'n
Anti-Keformation, 540, 541.



682



INDEX.



Parduhitz, Ernst v., first archbishop

of Prague, 20.
Parliament of England, invites Co-
meiiius to visit England, 579, 580.

Parrish, haron of Senftenberg, 101
and note 1.

Parsonages, 217.

Paterkuius, 3fattJiias, leader of ex-
iled Brethren, 281.

Paul, delivered from prison, 289.

Paitli, Gregory, head of Antitrini-
tarians, 338.

Paiilin, biography, 303 note 5 ; in
time of persecution, 301 ; assist-
ant bishop, 303 and note 6.

Pazman, Peter, a Jesuit, 482.

Peace of Vienna, 560.

Peace of Westphalia, .184.

Peasants, Bohemian, made serfs, 169;
groaning under serfdom, 360 ;
their rights recognized by U. F.,
170 ; their fate in the Auti-Ee-
formation, 544, 545.

Pechatseheck, Jacob, a witness in
time of hidden seed, 636, 637.

Pechatseheck, John, a witness in time
of hidden seed, 6.37.

Pelzel, historian, his testimony con-
cerning amity of the Protestants
and Catholics, 468 ; concerning
the learning of Protestants, 469;
concerning decline of Bohemian
literature, 538, 539.

Pembroke, Earl of, assists the Breth-
ren, 600.

Penance and Repentance, defined by
U. F., 204, 374.

Peoples School, work by Comenius,
576 and note 8.

Perfect, the, a class of the member-
ship, 216, 219.

Pernstein, baron v., enemy of U. F.,
banishes members from his estate,
281 note 2, 282 ; persecutes U. F.,
417.

Pernstein, baroness v., what she says
at Ferdinand's coronation, 485,
486.

Pernstein, William v., friend of U.
F., 164, 185 ; remonstrates with
king about edict against U. F.,
190; family connected witli U.
F., 225; reclaims William from
prison, 275.

Persecutions of U. F., the first, IIG-
120; the second, 157, 160; in
Moravia, 170, 171 : in reign \



of Uladislaus, 184, 185, 187,
188 ; general on strength of edict
of St. James, 191, 192; in reio-n
of Ferdinand I, 267-279, 280,
281, 300, 301 ; persecution wanes,
307; renewed, 312; in Poland,
288, 289 ; on Pernstein estates,
417 ; edict of St. James renewed,
418, 43S, 439, 441 ; anti-reforma-
tion character of, 632, 533;
planned, 534; means employed,
534 ; carried out 535-547.
Peter, a Waldensian, visits Bohemia,

167.
Peter, of Ledec, arrested, 116.
Peter, of Znaim, associate of IIus, 32.
Petipesky, Wenzel v., execution, 265.
Pfauser, John, Maximilian's court-
preacher, 3 1 2, 313, 319.
Philip, a representative of U. F., at

colloquy at Prague in 1504, 186.
Philip III, of Spain, supports Fer-
dinand II, 501.
Philipowski, Jerome, a leader of Po-
lish Calvinists, 292.
Philippensis, George, Polish minister,

291.
Philippists, 279, 344.
Picards, opprobious name given the

Brethren, 116 and note 2.
Pilgram, or Pelhrimow, Nicholas, Ta-

borite bishop, 86, 113, 149.
Pisek, Adam, murdered, 550, 551.
Pislna, Nicholas v., Hussite leader

81 and note 4.
Pius II, pope, 75 and note 14 ; turns

against Podiebrad, 120.
Plateys, canon, secures pardon of
Sixtus, 523 and note 23; allows
his relative Gibitsky to be exe-
cuted, 528 ; reform commissioner
at Namiest, 553.
Ploscha, parisli, 224.
Podiebrad, George, 92, regent, ib. ;
allows the Brethren to settle at
Kunwald, 106; king, 111; his
reign, 114, 115; project to secure
imperial crown, ib. ; persecutes
U. F., 1 16, 157 ; death, 162; char-
acter, 163.
Poland, Christianity introduced,
282 ; a home for the exiled Breth-
ren, ib.; Protestantism in, 283;
provinces of, 283 and note 5 ; civil
war in, 456, 476, 627 ; revolt of
Cossacks, 589; wars w ith Sweden,
591, 592, 627.



INDEX.



683



Polish magnates, suggests a Protest-
aut couvention, 3i)'2.

Polish province of /7.i^., constituted,
318 ; developmeut, 331-339 ; wil-
ling to t'orni a union Avith other
Protestants, 343, 344 ; the synod
of Seudomir, 344-358 ; further
progress, 390-393, 442-456, 470,
477 ; decline of, 632, 633.

Polish Protestants, seek guarantees,
589 ; espouse cause of Charles X
of Sweden, 592 ; their liberties
infringed upon, 629, 630 ; main-
tain their rights, 631.

Poliwka, Andrew, martyrdom, 193,
194.

Poniatoivslci, Christiana, her visions,
614, 615 and note 15.

Poniatowski, Julian, 553 and note 10.

Poniatowski, Stanislaus, King of Po-
land, 633.

Poor, the, cared for, 216.

Popel, John, member of council, 423
and note 4, 433 ; his .remains
burned, 549.

Porta Sapientise, work by Come-
nius, 578.

Posen, receives exiled Brethren,
283 ; first church at, 287, 318 ;
school at, 414 ; bishop of, opposes
U. F., 445.

Posen, palatine of, joins the Swedes,
591.

Pottenstein, parish, 223.

Prague, articles, 84, 85.

Prague, description of, 19 note 1 ;
bishopric of, 14 ; archbishopric
of, 19 ; university of, 19, 29 and
note 1 ; exodus of its students,
37, 38, 80 ; parish of the U. F.
at, 263, 378 ; city fined by Fer-
dinand, 266 ; its white tower,
270, 272 and note 12, 310 ; its
royal castle, or the Hradschin,
272, note 12 ; its black tower, ib.;
its Clemeulinum, 317 note 1 ; its
university given to Protestants,
462 ; rejoicings in consequence
at charter, 463 ; Protestant
churches built at, 467 ; university
revives, 468, 469; ofiice of regents
in Hradschin, 492, 493 and note
19 ; city invaded by imperialists,
503, 504 ; tlie grosse King and its
scaftbld, 509 and note 8, 510 ;
heads of executed Protestant
leaders set up in, 529; cathedral



rededicated,535; university given
to Jesuits, 538 ; city taken by
Saxon army, 566 ; heads of Prot-
estant leaders buried, ib.; city
retaken by Wallenstein, 566, 567.

Prayer days, in U. F., 221, 222.

Prazmowski, Andreiv, at Kozminek,

294 ; agreement with Brethren,

295 ; represents U. F. at Sendo-
mir, 345 and note 13, 346, 349,
351 ; proposes Protestant couven-
tion, 392.

Prerau, parish, 164, 224 ; theologi-
cal seminary at, 418 ; hospital at,
422, 423.

President of council, his position,
215.

Priests of U. F., examination, ordi-
nation and duties of, 210, 211,
212 ; change iu their manner of
living, 420.

Printing offices, 226; in Poland, 413,
477 ; at Lissa, 562 ; at Brieg and
Amsterdam, 601 and note 15.

Privy council of England, sanctions
collection for JJ. F., 600 ; its
minute regarding a later collec-
tion, 629, 630.

Probus, Slatthias, mission to Poland
and Hungary, 554.

Procop of Hradeck, one of the chief
elders, 127 ; colloquy with Ko-
randa, 143 ; member of council,
153, 155 ; view on faith and works,
173; brings disputed points before
couucil, 174 ; writes treatises, ib.;
endeavors to bring dissensions to
an end, 177 ; president of council
and chief judge, ib.; death, 198.

Prodromus, Pansophipe, work by Co-
menius, 538 note 14.

Proficients, a class of the member-
ship, 216, 219.

Prokop, a lad who draws the lots at
synod of Lhota, 134.

Prokop, or Procop, the Great, Tabo-
rite leader, 87 ; military leader
of the Hussites, 88 and 7iote 15, 89.

Prokop, Slatthias, at Lissa, 565 ;
bishop, 568.

Prokop, Matthias, martyrdom, 187.

Prokop, of Neuhaus, vide Procop of
Hradeck.

Prokop, of Pilsen, Utraquist leader,
85.

Prokopius, John, minister, 565.

Prossnitz, parish, 164, 224.



684



INDEX.



Frostiborsky, A dam, presents confes-
sion to Maximilian, 363, 364.

Prostiborsky, Joachim, visits Luther,
259.

Protestant union, Rndolph negotiates
with, 470 7ioteG; pacification with
Catholic league, 501.

Proizwa, John, associate of Hus, 32.

Provinces ecclesiastical, ofU. F., 318.

Prussia, East, Christianity intro-
duced, 284 ; Lutherans of, 285 ;
Brethren find an asylum in, 285,
286 ; Brethren retire from, 393.

Pscheniczka, Paul, tortured, 537.

Ptacen, baron v. , at head of a Bohe-
mian league, 91, 92.

Pucho, Hungarian parish, 564.

Fultawa, battle of, 628.

Purgatory, view of, in U. F., 205.

Purglitz, castle, 276, 277 note 19 ;
hall of knights and chapel, 324
and note 12.

Pytel, harbors radical Hussite lead-
ers, 85.

R.

PadziejoiPski, vice chancellor of Po-
land, 589, 591.

Badziwill, count, arranges for coun-
cil at Vilna, 450.

Radziwill, Albert, chancellor of Lith-
uania, 567.

Eakoczy, prince, 560 ; his widow
invites Comenius to Transylvania,
589, 590.

Ramee, general, 470.

Patio Disciplinse, drawn up, 477 ;
adopted and its contents, 146, 478
and note 25, 479, 568 ; republished
by Comenius, 602-605 ; in hands
of Zinzendorf, 605 and note 22.

Batislaw, duke, 8.

Realism and Nominalism, 31 note 1.

Rebaptism, 136, 137, 204 note 5 ;
abolished, 246, 254.

Recantation, formula of, in Anti-
Reformation, 543.

Reeicky, George, execution, 528.

Reform commissions, in Anti-Refor-
mation, 537, 542, 543, 545, 546.

Reformed in Bohemia, 421 ; their
ministers banished, 504, 536.

Reformed of the Bohemian confession,
name given to the Brethren, 599
note 8.

Reformed in Poland, vide Calvinist.



Regents, Bohemian, appointed, 486 ;
interviews with defenders, 489 ;
machinations against defenders,
ib.; plot against regents, 491 and
note 15 ; thrown out of windows
of Hradschiu, 492-494.

Regenvolscius, vide Wengierski.

Reichenau, parish, 223 ; meeting
among its mountains, 122 ;
statutes of, 122-126 ; a chief seat
of U. F., 224.

Rej, Andrew, receives exiled Breth-
ren on his domain, 563.

Remission o/Sm, defined l)y U.F.,205

Rican, Paul v., ringleader in attack
on regents, 493 ; condemned to
life-long imprisonment, 507, 530.

Richenhurg, parish, 223; confiscated,
266.

Roh, John, vide Horn, John.

Rokita, John, biography, 293 note 2;
delivered from prison,279; at Koz-
minek, 291 ; at Reformed synod,
293 ; in Little Poland, 296, 297 ;
at Goluchow, 331 ; negotiations
with duke of Wurtemberg, 333,
334 ; at Xionz, 337 ; interview
with Russian czar, 387, 388, 389.

Rokycana, John, biography and
character, 90 ; incumbent of
Thein church, 91 ; elected arch-
bishop, ib.; flees from Prague,
ib.; returns, 92 ; preaches against
Rome, 93 ; correspondence with
Peter Chilcicky, 98 ; members of
his church awakened, ib.; urges
a reformation, 99, 100 ; refuses to
carry it out, 101, 102 ; helps the
Brethren to secure a retreat at
Lititz, 106 ; favors their settle-
ment, 111 ; bewails Gregory, 117
Brethren appeal to him, 119, 120
disputation with Lupac, 129
persecutes Waldenses, 156, 157
persecutes Brethren, 157 ; death
161, 162 and note 15 ; tomb de
filed, 536.

Roman Catholic church, state of, 55
and note 1 ; opposes U. F., 183 ;
negotiates with Utraquists, 185 ;
denounces U. F., 266 ; state of at
Ferdinand's death, 360 ; reaction
against Protestants in Bohemia,
415 ; reaction in Poland, 444,
445, 456, 476, 597, 598. 631 ; pro-
tests against the coming of the
Bohemian exiles to Poland, 564.



INDEX.



685



Bomisli priest, a, sent to Waldenses
to secure the episcopacy, 140, 141,
142 ; leaves U. F., 153, 154 ;
betrays proceedings of Lhota
syuod, 156.

Bosacius, John, incumbent of St.
Nicholas, prays for the Protest-
ant defenders, 430; opens Protest-
ant convention, ib.; ministers to
the condemned leaders, 508, 511;
banished, 536.

Rosenberg, Peter v. , pleads for George
Wolinsky, 195.

Rosenberg, Peter Wok v., member of
U. F., 423 and note 5; proposes
to endow U. F., 471 ; his gymna-
sium rosarium, 550 and note 6.

Rosenberg, William v., death, 423.

Rosenberg, John v., speaks against
U. F., at Moravian diet, 192 ;
cruel treatment of George
Wolinsky, 195, 196.

Rozrazeicski, bisJioj), persecutes Po-
lish Reformed, 560.

RMinger, Esrom, biography, 372
note 33; translates confession, 372,
373 ; letter to John Casimir, 386 ;
takes charge of a school of the
U. F. , 386 note 12 ; vrhat he says
of hymnology of U. F., 404, 405 ;
his German metrical version of
Psalms, 411 ; his history of U.
F., 413 ; driven from Wittenberg,
ib.; rector of college at Eiben-
schlitz, ib.; death, 418.

Rudolph, emperor, 380 ; biography
and character, 382 and note 1 ; in
Moravia, 383 and note 3 ; renews
edict of St. James, 418, 438, 439 ;
second renewal, 441 ; revolts
against him, 457; opens the diet
of 1608, 458 ; his mental state
458 note 1 ; promises to settle re-
ligious questions, 459 ; compact
with Matthias, ib.; course over
against Protestant states in 1609,
460 ; grants charter, 462 ; his
reign golden age of learning, 468 ;
plots against "Matthias and the
Protestants, 469 ; resigns crown,
470 ; death, ib. and note 6.
Ruppa, Wenzel v., plots against re-
gents, 491 ; ringleader in attack
on them, 493.
Riippel, Leander, execution, 508,

528.
Ruprecht, rival emperor, 31.



Ryba, 3Iatthias, member of Council,
433.

Rybinius, Jolin, Polish minister,
291 ; rector of Lissa college, 563 ;
bishop, 569 ; death, 582.

Rybinius, Matthias, at Kozminek,
294 ; his Polish metrical version
of Psalms, 411 ; bishop, 473 and
note 13 ; death, 474.

Rybinski, vide Rybinius.

Rzeezycki, Andrew, assistant presi-
dent of synod of Thorn, 447.

s.

Saaz, parish, 224.
Sacra7ne7its, seven taught, 158, 159,
203, 204 ; seven rejected, 254 and
note 23 ; defined in 1573, 374.
Sadoicsky,baron y., shelters banished

bishops, 551 ; emigrates, 555.
Sadoxvsky, Esther v., leaves U. F. a

legacy, 569.
Safe-conduct, vide Hus, J.
Sagan, church of grace at, 640.
Saints, the, defined by U. F., 205,

375.
Salkan, archbishop, withholds letter

fromU. F., 237.
Salra, a service in Lent, 219.
Salvador, St., church of, 535.
Samogitia, bishop of, at colloquium

charitativum, 583.
Sapor, John, minister in Hungary,

565 ; member of council, 568.
Sarnicki, Calvinist minister, 338 ; at

Seudomir, 345.
Saros Patak, Transylvanian parish,

564 ; Comenius at, 590.
Sautor, priest, opposes Luke of

Prague, 182.
Savonarola, executed, 180.
Saxony, elector of, vide John George.
Sazawa, consent of, 17.
Scalnicus, Peter, Polish minister,291.
Schdfer, 3Mchior, minister at Gor-

litz, 645.
Schallman, John, witness in time of

hidden seed, 637.
Schellenberg, baron v., favors U. F.,

185.
Scherer, George, Jesuit, 438.
Schlick, count, reform at Elbogen,

233.
Schlick, Joachim Andrew, opposes

election of Ferdinand II, 485 ;

prejudices against U. F., 488 note



686



INDEX.



8 ; makes known plot against re-
gents, 492 ; ringleader in attack
on them, 493 ; arrested, 506, 611
note 11 ; his address before the
court, 506 and note 7 ; execution,
511, 512, 513.

SchUissclberg, parish, 224.

Schneider, Martin, witness in time
of hidden seed, 638.

Schneider, Samuel, witness in time
of hidden seed, 641 ; conversation
with priest, and death, 642.

Schocken, parish, 318 ; seat of exiled
Brethren, 563.

Schdnau, in time of hidden seed,
642.

Schoneich, baron v., shelters fugitive
Brethren, 595.

Schoneich, captain, entraps Augusta,
270, 271, 272.

Scholarships at foreign universities,
for benefit of 'U. F., 623, 624 and
note 7, 626, 627 and note 13.

Schools, Bohemian, 468 and tiote 3 ;
Protestants deprived of, 538.

Schools of U. F., in Bohemia and
Moravia, 225, 226, 413, 414 ; in
Poland, 414 ; rank tii'st, 471 ;
closed, 550.

Schulles, John, execution, 526.

Schwamberg, baron v., persecutes U.
F., 187.

Schwarz, Henry, Rosenberg's chap-
lain, 423 note 5.

Schtveidnitz, church of grace at, 640.

Scriptures, holij, and ivord of God,
defined by U. F., 373, 374.

Scultetus, Abraham, advises Fred-
erick to accept Bohemian crown,
500.

Seal, episcopal, of U. F., 425 note 10.

Seed, Hidden, vide Hidden Seed.

Sehlen, iu time of hidden seed, 641,
642, 645, 646.

Self-knowledge, defined by U. F.,
373.

Semanin, judge of. martyrdom, 269.

Semanin, Elias Sud, administrator
of Protestant consistory, 465.

Sendomir, town, 345, note 11.

Sendomir, synod of, 345-358.

Senftenberg, barony of, 106 ; parish,
223.

Senfileben, in time of hidden seed,
642.

Senior, title of a bishop, 210.

Seniores politici and civiles, 337 note 9.



Serpentinus, Albert, or Adalbert, Po-
lish minister, 291 ; at Kozminek,
294.

Severin, Elias, tortured, 550.

Shultz, colonel, attacks Lissa, 627,
628.

Siedler, doctor, bishop of Unitatsge-
meinden, 634.

Sieroslaw, parish, 564.

Sigismund, King of Bohemia, 30 ; his