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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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relations to Hus, 55, 56 and note
2, 63, 67, 70, 72 ; appoints a re-
gent, 82 ; Bohemia reuonnces
allegiance to him, 85 ; recognized
as king, 91 ; begins a reaction,
ib.; death, ib.

Sigismund, of Poland, guardian of
King Lewis, 229.

Sigismund II, Augustus, king of Po-
land, 283 ; decree against exiled
Brethren, 284 ; decree against
Protestants, 293; asks concessions
of pope, 293, 294 ; receives in-
struction iu Calvinism, 296; edict
against foreign heretics, 338 ;
Brethren present their confession
to, ib.; edict iu their favor, 339 ;
sends embassy to czar Ivan, 387 ;
death, 390.

Sigismund III, king of Poland, 444
and note 2 ; his policy, 444, 445 ;
seizes Protestant churches, 445 ;
refuses to see delegates of Thorn
synod, 448 ; unites Greek with
Koman Catholic church, 449; sup-
ports Ferdinand II, 501 ; death,
567.

Silesia, political constitution of, 170
note 13 ; in Anti-Reformation,
547.

Simon, servant of baron Colditz, 196.

Simon, of Rokycan, Utraquist leader,
85.

Simon, of Tisnovic, Utraquist leader,
85.

Simon and Judah, church of, 471.

Simonowitz, John, martyrdom, 187.

Sionsky, Mach, member of council,
243 ; bishop, 254 ; advises Israel
to escape from prison, 278 ; leads
exiled Brethren, 284 ; at Gilgen-
burg, 286 ; at Posen, 287 ; es-
teemed by Duke Albert, 286 note
15 ; at synod of Prerau, 301 ; ofli-
cial visits, 302; at synod of Pross-
nitz, 303 and note 6 ; death and
burial, 305 and note 10.



INDEX.



687



Sixtus, John Theodore, pardoned on

scaffold, 523 and note 23.
Skala, Simon, professor, 469.
Skalic, Hungarian parish, 564 ; Co-
menius at, 589 ; ministers from
visit secret Brethren in Bohemia,
620.

Skoda, Martin, bishop, 229 ; presi-
dent of council, 242 ; death, 243
and note 6.

Skuc, parish, 223.

Skyte, John, chancellor of Upsala
universitj% 581.

Slavon, John, member of council,
433.

Slavonian Bible, 9, 11, 13.

Slavonian, ritual, 3, 11 ; decline of,
17 ; reintroduced, 20.

Slawata, William v. , Rudolph's coun-
cilor, 459 note 2 ; refuses to sign
agreement and amnesty, 463, 466;
regent, 486 ; thrown out of win-
dow of Hradschin, 493, 494 ; es-
capes, 495 ; signs paper confessing
that he has been j ustly treated, ib.

Slechta, John v., enemy of U. F.,
184 ; corresponds with Erasmus
and maligns U. F., 229 ; letter of
Erasmus to him, 230.

Slezan, synod of, 317 and note 2.

Smalcald ivar, 364.

Sobieski, John, king of Poland, 622;
death, 627.

Societies, religious, in Bohemia, 94,
106.

Soeinus, Laetius, plants antitrini-
tarianism in Poland, 338.

Sokoloivski, secretary of Sendomir
synod, 346.

Soldau, parish, 286.

Solin, John, minister in Hungary,
565.

Soliyi, Zacharias, priest and printer,
424 and note 8.

Solnic, Brethren banished from, 281
and note 2.

Solyman, besieges Vienna, 241.

Sommerfeld; Erasmus v., deputy to
Luther, 251.

Sophia, queen of Bohemia, 34, 82.

Spalatin, translates confession, 249.

Spanish mercenaries,ontrages of, 504.

Sperai,Paul,me\nher of council, 433.

Speratus, Paul, writes to Luther
about U. F., 234; in East Prussia,
286 ; imposes hard conditions on
the Brethren, 286.



Spires, protest of, 246.

Stach, Matthew, witness in time of

hidden seed, 641.
Stadias, member of council, 568 ;

prepares a concordance, ib.
Stancarus, Francis, 289 and note 19,

290.
Stanislaus, of Zuaim, associate and

later enemy of Hus, 32, 42, 44.
States, Protestant, in Bohemia, meet
and appoint directors, 460, 461,
462 ; enactment respecting for-
eigners, 483 ; assembled in con-
vention and attack on regents,
488-496 ; refuse to yield to Mat-
thias and Ferdinand, 498 ; prop-
erty confiscated, 541 ; banished,
546. Vide Directors, Protestant.

Statistics of U. F., 108, 224, 225 and
note 3; decrease in Bohemia, 300;
in Poland, 318 and note 5.

Statutes of Eeichnau (1464), 122-
126.

Stawiszyn, parish, 318.

Steinmetz, John Adam, pastor at
Teschen, 640 ; dissuades Neissers
from emigrating, 645.

Stekna, parish, 224.

Stephnn, Jndretv, biography, 370;
bishop, 370 and note 29 ; corre-
spondence with John Casimir,
383 ; death, 384 and note 5; letter
to Elector Frederick III about
hymnology of U. F., 402, 403 ;
sermons, 411.

Stephen, hospidar of 3Ioldavia, re-
ceives Brethren, 171.

Stephen, bishop of the 3foravian Wal-
deiises, 140 ; negotiations with
Bradacius, 141 ; consecrates the
deputies of the Brethren, 142 ;
martyrdom, 157.

Sternberg, barons v., members of U.
F., 225.

Sternberg, baron v., governor of
Plirglitz, 322 ; his interest in
Augusta, 322, 323, 324, 325.

Sternberg, Adam v. , councilor of Ru-
dolph, 460 ; signs charter, 462 ;
regent, 486 ; spared by Protest-
ant states, 493.

Sternberg, Stephen v., Protestant
leader, 460.

Stierbohol, secret agreement at, 459.

Stoffek, Tobias, execution, 524.

Strakonic, prior of, pleads for George
Wolinsky, 195.



688



INDEX.



Strakoniz, parish, 224.

Strakowski, Paul, collects in Switz-
erland for exiles, 570.

Stranski, Paul, professor, bis testi-
mony regarding schools, 468,
469.

Strasbtirg divines, mission to from
U. F., 256-259.

Strasnicky, Daniel, proposes a hos-
pital at Prerau, 422.

Straznic, parish, 224.

Strejc, George, biography, 411 note
8 ; translates Calvin's Institutes,
411 ; bis metrical version of
Psalms, ib.; preaches Israel's
funeral sermon, 419 ; member of
Bible committee, 424.

Strejc, 3Iaithias, biography and as-
sistant bishop, 303 and notes 5
and 6.

Stuhlweissenhurg , town, 240.

Sturm, Adam, prepares new hymnal,
313 and note 30.

Sturm, John, visited by Cerwenka,
256.

Sturm, Wenzel, a Jesuit, writes and
preaches against U. F., 147, 148,
416.

Suda, Peter, roliber knight, arrests
Luke of Prague, 197.

Summarium, or Snmovnik, work by
Augusta, 367, 368.

Sussicky, Simon, execution, 527.

Sussicky, Samuel, m ember of connci 1 ,
433 ; Jushop, 435 ; death, ib.

Swatopluk, duke, 11.

Swehla, John, wliipped, 529.

Swihoto, Peter v., sudden death, 197.

Swihojv, Theobald i\, remains dese-
crated, 549.

Sylvius, Jacob, at Sendomir, 345,
346, 347, 349, 351.

Synod, Bohemian, forbidden by Max-
imilian, 367.

Synod, Greek, in Poland, 449.

Synod, lloravian, at Olmiitz, 367 note
18.

Synod, j)rovincialCatholic,\n Poland,
approves of colloquium charita-
tivnm, 581.

Synods, imion, in Poland, at Crecice
and Goluchow, 293 ; at Kozmi-
nek, 294 ; at Pinczow (1556), 296;
at Wladislaw (1557), 229 ; at
Xionz (1560), 337 ; at Posen, ib.;
at Buzenin, compact of Kozmi-
nek renewed, ib. ; at Posen



(1567), 343, 345; at Sendomir,
345-352 ; union of Brethren and
Lutherans at Posen (1570), 352,
353 ; at Cracow (1573), 390 ; at
Posen (1573), ib.; at Petrikau
(1578), 392; at Posen (1582)

. 442; at Wladislaw (1583), 443 ; at
Thorn (1595), 446-448 ; at Orla
(1644), 582; at Thorn, 629; at
Dantzic, 631.

Synods of U. F., general, 213, 214;
particular, 214 ; first, 109; among
Reichenau mountains, 122, 127;
in 1465, 130 and note 18, 131; at
Lhota (1467), 132-138; second at
Lhota, 152; in 1485, defining re-
lation of U. F. to other churches,
168, 169 ; in 1490, compromise
with regard to disputed points,
174 ; another annulling com-
promise, 175 ; examining course
of Matthias (1495), 177; at Reich-
enau (1500), 182 ; in 1529, 242 ;
in 1532, ib.; in 1534, abolishing
rebaptism, 246; at Prerau (1549),
301, 302 ; at Prossnitz (1550),
303; in 1552, 306; at Prerau
(1553), 311 ; in 1555, appealing
to Maximilian, 312, 313 ; at
Slezan, centennial (1557), 317,
318, 319 ; at Prerau (1567), 343.
366 ; at Eibenschutz (1571), 370 ;
at Austerlitz (1572), 378 ; at Hol-
leschau (1573), 376, 378; at Leip-
nik (1591), 422; at Prerau
(1594), 433, 434 ; at Jungbunz-
lau (1598), 434 ; at Juugbunzlau
(1599), 435 ; their work after the
charter had been granted, 472 ;
at Jaromir (1606), 472 ; at Leip-
nik (1608), 473 ; at Zerawic
(1616), 146, 284, 477, 478, 479 ;
synods after the exile, 565 ; at
Lissa (1629), ib.; at Lissa (1632),
567 ; at Ostrorog (1633), 569 ; at
Lissa (1636), 571, 577 ; at Lissa
(1644), 581, 582 ; at Lissa (1645),
582 ; at Milencyn (1662), 609-
613 ; at Heiersdorf (1710), 628 ;
atZullichau (1712), 629; at Thorn
(1712), ib.

Szamotuli, press at, 413.

T.

Tabor, town, 86 and note 11 ; taken
by Podiebrad, 94.



INDEX.



689



Tohor, mount, 80 and note 3 ; camp-
lueetiug ou, 81.

Taboriies, 85, 86, 87, 89 ; stand aloof
from national church, 91 ; dis-
solve as a religious party, 92 ;
wander through the country, 94 ;
their tracts, 112 ; a large body
of them joins U. F., 113.

Taborsky, John, member of council,
153 ; his character, 155 ; death,
156 note 1.

Tauss, battle of, 88.

Tauss, i^arish, 224.

I'ennngel, Francis, Leopold's coun-
cilor, 470.

Tenaudus, at Sendomir, 349 note 18,
351.

Teplitz, parish, 224.

Teschen, church of grace at, 640.

Testament of the Dying 3Ioiher, work
by Comeuins, 588.

Thalemherg, baron v., regent, 48G ;
reform commissioner, 545.

Tham, Michael, compiles German
hymnal, 399 and note 8.

Thein church, 21, note 1, 24 ; its
colossal cup taken down, 535.

Theological Seminaries, 418, 476.

Thirty years^ war, breaks out, 498 ;
AVallenstein leader in, 558 ; goes
against the Protestants, 566 ; Gus-
tavus Adolphus their champion,
ib.; close of, 584, 585.

Thomas, of Landskron, visits Wal-
denses, 167 ; visits Italy and
France, 180.

Thomas, of Prelouc, one of the first
ministers of U. F., 134 ; ordained,
137 ; reordained, 153 ; member of
council, ib.; bishop, 181 ; presi-
dent of council, 182 ; collocjuy
with Henry Justitoris, 183 ; last
years and death, 228, 229 and
note 2.

Thorn, town, exiled Brethren at,
285 ; relinquish their church at,
342 and note 2 ; union synod at,
529 and note 20 ; tragedy at, 631
and note 24.

Threcius, Christopher, draws up re-
port of Frankfort synod, 385.

Thurn, 3Iatthias v., Protestant
leader, 460 ; opposes election of
Ferdinand II, 485 ; deprived of
governorship of Karlstein, 487 ;
his unfortunate influence on Bo-
hemian states, 490 and 7iote 14 ;

44



proposes to kill the regents, 491
and note 15 ; ringleader iu attack
ou them, 493 ; his wife pleads for
them, 495 ; quiets Prague after
the defenestration, 496 ; com-
mands Protestant army, ib.;
before Vienna, 499 ; escapes to a
foreign country, 530.

Tiem, Wenzel, commissioner of in-
dulgences, 40, 61.

Tischreden, of Martin Luther, 236. •

Tilly, count v., warns directors, 505
and note 5.

Tobian, John, last Bohemian minis-'
ter at Lissa, 622.

Tobitschau, parish, 164, 224.

Tomicki, or Tomitzki, John, at Koz-
miuek, 294 ; at Slezau, 317Mo^e 3.

Towaeowsky, Cetibor, governor of
Moravia, 155 ; friend of U. F.,
164 ; listens to Lezek's false testi-
mony, 166.

Transylvania, exiled Brethren in,
560, 564.

Treka, Nicholas, messenger of Ula-
dislaus, 186.

Trebitsch, parish, 224.

Trecius, at Sendomir, 349 note 18,
351.

Trinity, the, defined by U. F., 202,
373.

Tritheists, a Polish sect, 347 and note
15.

Troilus, professor, 469.

Trotzendorf, teacher, 309and?!o/e21,
331.

Tunes, used by U. F., 403.

Turnau, parish, 223 ; confiscated,
266 ; Brethren banished from,
280.

Turnovius, John, appointed to edit
Polish Bible, 472 ; bishop, 474,
475l ; president of council, 565 ;
death, ib.

Turnovius, Simon Theophilus, biogra-
phy, 346 and note 14 ; at Sendo-
mir, 345, 348, 349, 350, 351 ; at
Posen, 352 ; at Svnod of Cracow
(1573), 390 ; suggests Protestant
convention, 392 ; bishop, 418 ;
president of council and judge
for Poland, 433 ; advocates origi-
nal definition of Lord's Supper, .
434 ; appeals to Polish diet
against Jesuit reaction, 445 ; his
scholarship, 446 note 4 ; breach
and reconciliation with Gliczner,



690



INDEX.



446 ; presidentof synod of Thorn,

447 ; at council of Vilna, 450-
455 ; letter to patriarch of Con-
stantinople, 455 ; death, 472.

Tyszowce, confederation at, 592.

u.

Ujec, George, member of council,

805 and 7iote 11.
UladishiuSy king of Bohemia, 163,

sets the ministers of U. F. free,

164 ; grants Brethren a colloquy,

165 ; his edict against them, 184 ;
incited againstthem by the queen,
188 ; a second edict against them,
190 ; his letter to Martha v. Boz-
kowie, ib.; his reputed mental
conflict, 191 ; issues St. James
edict against U. F., 191, 192; at
Prague in 1509, 193 ; death, 198.

Uladislmis' code, 170 note 13.
Ungarisch-Brod, parish, 224.
Unitas Fratrum, founders of, 98, 99,

100, 101, 102 and note 13 ;

founded, 107, 108 ; its first name,

107 ; subsequent names, 108 and
note 8 ; original principles, 107,

108 ; its first elders, 109, 110 ;
other leading men, 111 ; earliest
disputes. 111 ; avoids polemical
Taborite writings, 112 ; first per-
secution, 116-120; issuesstatutes,
122 ; considers question of an in-
dependent ministry, 127, 128 ;
inquires for genuine Christians
somewhere on earth, 129 ; decides
ministerial question by lot, 130,
131 ; its first ministers, 133-136 ;
has them ordained by presbyterial
ordination, 137 ; resolves to intro-
duce episcopacy, 138 ; introduces
episcopacy, 141, 142, 152, 153 ;
negotiates with Waldenses about
a union, 156 ; writes to Rokycana,
157, 158, 159 ; collects for suffer-
ers in time of persecution, 161 ;
increases and wins favor, 164 ;
treats with town councils, ih.; de-
fines its relation to other churches,
168, 169 ; increases through serf-
dom and the power of the nobles,
170 ; a schism, 172-178 ; explo-
ratory tours in search of a true
church, 175, 176; breaks with the
past, 179, 180 ; growth, 180 ;
writes to Catholic and Utraquist



states, 188 ; its experiences under
edict of St. James, 191, 192, 197;
persecution wanes, 198; itsfunda-
mental principles, 201 ; its doc-
trines, 201-206 ; its Christian life,
206, 207; ministry, 208-213; con-
stitution, 213-218 ; worship, 218
and note 9, 219 ; its administra-
tion of sacraments and special
services, 219-222 ; discipline, 222;
abolishes rebaptism, 246 ; in-
quires into the doctrines and life
at Wittenberg, 249 ; its missions
to Luther, 233, 235, 245, 249, 250,
251, 259, 260 ; its missions to Re-
formed theologians at Strasburg
and in Switzerland, 256-259, 333-
337 ; part of its membership ban-
ished, 280-282 ; extends to Po-
land, 283-285 ; is a rallying point
for other Polish Protestants, 292 ;
compact with Reformed at Koz-
minek, 293-295 ; decrease of its
membership, 300 ; enjoj's peace
in Moravia, 301, 317 ; progress
in Poland, 318 ; its three Prov-
inces instituted, 318, 319 ; its re-
lation to Polish Protestants, 319 ;
state at Ferdinand's death, 361,
362 ; wholly separated from the
state, 362 and note 6 ; presents
confession to Maximilian, 363,
364 ; second deputation to him,
364 ; unfortunate tendency over
against other Protestants, 376,
377, 378, 386; growing sympathy
with Refbrmed, 377 ; regaining its
status in Bohemia, 378 ; change
iu manner of life of its ministers,
420 ; relation to other Protestants
under the Bohemian charter, 463,
464 and note 6, 465 ; prosperity
in Bohemia and Moravia, 470,
471 ; state iu Poland about 1620,
476 ; defamed, 488 and note 8 ; its
ministers banished from Prague,
504, 536 ; overthrow in Bohemia
and Moravia, 548-558 ; its
churches seized, 548 ; cemeteries
profaned, 549 ; literature de-
stroyed, 549, 550 ; schools closed,
550 ; ministers murdered, ib. ;
juinisters banished, 551, 555 ; its
membership in times of Anti-
Reformation and its exiles, 555,
556 ; the number that claimed to
be Bohemian Brethren at the



INDEX.



691



time of edict of toleration, 556
and note 17 ; uuhistoric view of
a decline, 557 note 18 ; its charac-
ter brought out through the exile,
559, 560 ; reorganized at Lissa,
562 ; its Bohemian membership,
form independent parishes, 564 ;
two provinces in exile, ib.; de-
serted by Sweden at peace of
Westphalia, 585 ; forced to give
up its Lissa church, 591 ; favors
Swedish cause in Poland, 592 ;
receives a fatal blow at Lissa, 592,
593 ; its sufferings in Poland, 594,
595 ; its worship ceases in Poland
for two vears, 595 ; its resuscita-
tion in Poland, 597, 598 ; its de-
cline in Poland, 599 ; its hidden
seed in Bohemia and Moravia,
619, 620 ; maintains itself in Po-
land, 622 ; proposed extension of
its episcopacy to England, 624 ;
begins a struggle for its rights in
Poland, 628 ; still further decline
in Poland, 6:52, 633 ; decline in
Silesia, Hungary and Transyl-
vania, 633 ; end of its legal exist-
ence in Poland, 633 ; memorial
of in the Unitatsgemeinden, 633 ;
renewed U. F. legally recognized
in Bohemia, appendix, 647, 648.

Vnitdtsgemeindenan d their episcopate,
591 note 7, 633 and note 29, 634.

Unity, the, vide U. F.

Universiiij of Prague, vide Prague.

University of Paris, 30.

Unum Nccessarium, last work of
Coraenius, 616 and note 17.

Urban V, pope, 23.

Ursimis, Benjamin, at Thorn, 582.

Ursiiius, approves of confession,
376 ; union of Protestant, con-
sidered by synod of Lissa, 571.

Ursinus, councilor of Frederick I
of Prussia, 623.

Ursk, fugitive Brethren at, 595.

Usages and ceremonies, defined by U.
F., 375.

Utraquists or Utraquist church, 85,
90 ; becomes the national church
of Bohemia, 91 ; negotiations
with Greek church, 92, 93; state
of, 94 ; opposes U. F., 183 ; nego-
tiates with Catholics concerning
a union, 185, 237 ; divided into
two parties, 236 ; disintegrated,
262 ; screens itself behind U. F.,



266 ; its course over against U. F.,
269 ; state of, at Ferdinand's
death, 360, 361 ; constantly de-
creasing, 421 ; name given by
charter to Bohemian Protestants,
462.
Utraquist consistory, reorganized, 167
antl note 8 ; orders its priests to
preach against U. F., 184, 185;
corresponds with bishop Luke,
187 ; urges Uladis'laus to perse-
cute the U. F., 191 ; declares
Augusta's paper unsatisfactory,
323 ; sends articles of recantation,
325 ; examines Bilek, 327 and
note 16 ; its pitiful position, 382,
383 ; its power waning, 421 ;
changed into the Protestant con-
sistory, 462 and note 4. Vide
Consistory Protestant.

V.

Valenta, opposes abolition of rebap-

tism, 246 and note 13.
Valentin, at Sendomir, 346.

Valerianus, Magnus, Capuchin, what
he says to the pope about conver-
sion of Bohemia and Moravia,
544 ; reform commissioner, 545.

Vechner, George, at Thorn collo-
quium, 582.

Vechta, Conrad v., archbishop, 57.

J'eit, vide 3Iichalek Veil.

Verbenius, Victorin, ministers to
condemned Protestant leaders, 508

Vergerius, Peter Paul. 298 ; pub-
lishes confession of U. F., 299 and
note 8 ; applies to be received into
U. F., 328 ; interferes with Rok-
ita's and Herbert's mission to
Switzerland, 333, 334; death, 341.

Vetter, Daniel, in charge of Lissa
press, 562 ; biography, 565 note
17 ; assistant bishop, 599.

Vetter, Paul, in Hungary, 565.

Vetter, George and 3Iatthias, vide
Strejc, George and 3Iatthias.

Viktorin, at colloquy at Prague in
1504, 126.

Vilna, cojincil of, between Greeks
and Protestants, 450-455 ; politi-
cal confederation of, 455.

Viref, censures confession of U. F.,
333 ; excuses his censure, 336.

Virgin Mary, how regarded by TJ.
F., 205.



692



INDEX.



Vitrelius, A lexander, at Sendomir, 349
Vhididaus IV, kiug ol" Poland, 567 ;
suggests union of Protestants and
Catholics, 581 ; his instructions
for the colloquium charitativum,
583 ; death, 589.

W.

Wake, William, vide Archbishop of
Canterbury.

Walachisch-Meseritsch, parish, 224.

Waldenses, 17 ; Brethren so called,
108 note 8 ; priests of, join U. F.,
121 ; colony of, in Moravia, 139,
140 ; negotiate about episcopacy
with U. F., 141, 142; about union,

156 ; persecuted and dispersed,

157 ; a number join U. F., 167,
168 ; Waldenses of Italy and
France visited by Luke and
Thomas, 180, 181 ; letters to Bo-
hemia, 181 note 3 ; deputies of,
visit Brethren, 255, 256.

Wahlensian priest, n, ordains first
ministers of U. F., 137 ; conse-
crated to episcopacy by Stephen,
140, 141, 142 ; death, 153.

Waldhausen, Conrad, forerunner of
Hus, 20-22.

Waldstein, barons v., members of U.
F., 225, 330.

Waldstein, Adam v., regent, 486 ;
dismisses Protestant professors,
538.

Wallenstein, Albert r., 558, 566.

Warsaw, confederation of, 627.

Warsaw, meeting of Brethren and
Reformed at, 628.

Wartenski, Alexander, martyrdom,
595.

Weiss, Blichael (Zwinglian), joins
U. F., 236 and note 17.

Weiss, 3Iichael, biography, 394 7iote
2 ; mission to Luther, 233; mem-
ber of council, 243 ; his incorrect
translation of confession, 244 ;
edits German hymnal, 394, 395 ;
tampers with it, 396.

Weisskircheii, parish. 224.

Welswasser, parish, 223 ; printing
office, 226.

Wejivoda, Wenzel, Augusta's servant,
ministers to him in prison, 275.

Welehrad, town, 8, 9.

Weliky, Jacob, his remains defiled,
549.



Welser, Philippine, 322 and note 11 ;
visits Augusta and Bilek in
prison, 323 ; urges their libera-
tion, 325.

Welwar, Paul, tortured, 537.

Wengiersky, Andrew, author, 574
note 1.

Wenzel, at colloquy at Prague in
1504, 186.

Wenzel, duke, 13, 14.

Wenzel, king of Bohemia, character,
30 ; compact with Sigismund, 38
note 2 ; decree in relation to
university, 37 ; edict concerning
disturbances, 42 ; requests Hus to
leave Prague, 43 ; endeavors to
bring about a pacification, 44 ;
furnishes Hus with an escort,
58 ; orders Catholic priests to
be restored to their parishes, 80 ;
death, 82.

Wenzel, of Hohenmauth, suffragan of
Rokycana, 91.

Wenzel, of Lultsch, founder of a
sect, 238.

White Tower, vide Prnque.

Wiching, archbishop, 13.

Wieruszew, school at, 414.

William, follows Augusta to Prague,
272 ; ministers to him in prison,
275 ; arrested, 275.

Wilsnak, miracle of, 35.

Winthrop, John, endeavors to secure
Comenius as president of Har-
vard college, 580.

Wischau, parish, 224.

Wifkowberg, 82.

Wittenberg, fieldmarshal, invades Po-
land, 591".

Wittenberg, Theological Facidty, de-
cides in favor of U. F., 344 ; fur-
nishes confession of 1573 with a
testimonial, 372, 376 and notes
39 and 41 ; its prerogative at
Wittenberg, 372 no/e 14 ; the
Crypto-Calvinistic catastroplie,
377 and note 43 ; decides against
U. F., 583.

Wittman, Michael, execution, 528.

Wlach, John, Waldensian ordained
by bishop Nicholas and conse-
crated bishop, 142.

Wlodawa, parish, 563.

Wodman, parish, 224.

Wodniansky, Nathaniel, execution,
527, 528.

Wokac, Simon, execution, 528.



INDEX.



693



Wolfgang, palatine of the Rhine,

Wolin, parish, 224.

Woliiisky, George, his sufferings, 195,
196,

Word of God, vide Scriptures, Holy.

Works, good, defined bv U. F., 374.

Worship, public, of U. >., 218, 219.

Wotic, Lmvrence, visits Erasmus,
230.

Wotic, Wenzel, murdered, 550.

Wratislaw II, 15 ; deputation to
pope Gregory, 16.

Wrouiecky, Wenzel, assistant bishop,
199, 303 ; death, 310.

Wrzesowitz, general, cruel course in
Poland, 592.

Wurtemherg, duke of, corresponds
with Maximilian, 312, 319 ; ne-
gotiates with Rokita and Her-
bert, 333, 334.

Wycliffe, John, 19 ; his writings, 30,
31 ; writings condemned, 35 ;
biography, 30 note 2 ; w ritiugs
burned, 37.

Wysschrad, castle, 6.

X.

Xionz, synod at, 337.

z.

Zacharias, bishop and biography,
393 and note 19 ; president of
council, 420 ; death, 432 and
note 1.

Zahn, on hymns of U. F., 403, 404.

Zanchi, Jerome, approves of confes-
sion of U. F., 376.

Zapolya, John, claims Hungarian
crown, 241.

Zatecky, baron v., what he says of
Ferdinand's refusal to free Au-
gusta, 308.

Zauchtenthal, church at, 548 note 2 ;
centre of hidden seed, 637, 642.

Zbinco, Zajek v. Hasenburg, arch-
bishop, 35, 38.

Zhor, vide Parsonages.

Zborowski. Peter, at Sendomir, 345,
346, 349, 350.

Zduncky, William, martyrdom, 595.

Zebrowski, canon, of Wilna, preaches
against Protestants, 631.

Zeisberger, John and Z)(n'/(Z, witnesses
in time of hidden seed, 641.



Zerawic, or Zerawitz, synod at, 284 ;
council meets at, 321 ; meeting of
acolytes at, 422; centre of hidden
seed, 637.

Zerotin family, 192 and note 7 ; 225.

Zerotin, Charles v., birth, 435 ; edu-
cation, character and military
career, 436 and note 13 ; descrip-
tion of his castle at Namiest, 436,
437 ; assessor of court, 438 ; tried
for heresy, ib.; prominent in re-
volt against Rudolph, 457; speech
before the Bohemian diet in favor
of Matthias, 459 ; governor of Mo-
ravia, ib.; builds church at Bran-
deis, 471 ; proposes to endow U.
F., ib.; his policy as governor,
475 ; resigns, 475, 476 ; advises
the Bohemian states to yield,
498 ; imprisoned for refusing to
take part in revolution, 499 ; has