Edmund Alexander De Schweinitz.

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

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church at Brandeis torn down,
549 ; shelters banished bishops
and ministers, 551, 552, 553 ; in-
terview with Ferdinand II, at
Vieuua, 552 ; sells his estates
and emigrates, 555 ; death, 572 ;
burial and grave, 573 and note 36.

Zerotin, Frederick v., at Slezan, 317
note 3 ; governor of Moravia, 438.

Zerotin, John v., his position, 383 ;
publishes Kralitz Bible, 424 ;
death, 435.

Zerotin, 3Iariana v., 435.

Zettritz, Ulrich v., finds body of
Lewis, 240.

Zezschwitz, on catechisms of U. F.,
407 note 2.

Zinzendorf, count, what he says of
Bohemian Brethren, 377; incited
to resuscitate the U. F. by read-
ing the Ratio Disciplinse of Co-
menius, 605 and note 22 ; bishop,
627 note 14 ; invites the Neisser
families to settle on his estate,
645.

Zizka, John, biography, 83 and note
7, 276 7iofe 17; tomb defiled, 536.

Zizka hill, 83.

Zmrzlik, Crescencia, prominent mem-
ber of U. F., 225.

Zugehdr, John, bishop, 623 and note
5 ; death, 625.