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THE GERMAN PEOPLE 

INDEX VOLUME 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE at the 
Close of the Middle Ages. By Johannes Janssen. 

Vols I. and II. Translated by M. A. Mitchell and 
A. M. Christie. 

Vols. III.— XVI. Translated by A. M. Christie. 



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HISTORY OF THE 
GERMAN PEOPLE 
AFTER THE CLOSE 
OF THE MIDDLE AGES 

By Johannes Janssen 



INDEX VOLUME 




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INDEX 



Aachen [Aix-Ia-Chapelle] : measures of 

defence taken against inroads of Pro- 
testantism, vii. 193 (n. 1). 
' Aachener Jesuitendramen d. 17. Jahrhun- 

derts,' Bahlmann, xiii. 197 (n. 1). 
' Aachensche Geschichte,' Meyer, viii. 220 

(n. 1) ; x. 567 (n. 1,2). 
Aalborg, capture of, by Duke Christian of 

Holstein, v. 4S4. 
Aalen, Protestantism introduced into [1575], 

viii. 346. 
Aar, River, v. 137. 

Aargau threatened witli invasion, v. 168. 
Ab Isselt, ix. 13 (n. 1), 78 (». 1). 
Abbey Church, Stuttgart, i. 171. 
Abbey of Alpirsbach, regulations of, i. 

314 (n.). 
of Klosternauberg. See Klosternau- 

berg. 

of Lindau : see Lindau, Abbey of. 

of Priim, i. 318-9. 

' Abbild von d. gebrandmarkten Sodomit 

Johann Calvin ' [1569], J. Nas, xi. 73. 
Abdingkofin, Monastery of, ix. 337-8. 
Abdrucke von Psalmen, xi. 231 (n. 2). 
Abehvd, xiv. 118 (n. 1). 
Abendblatt, xi. 152 (». 1). 
Absnsberg, birthplace of Turmair, xiii. 428. 

Carmelite convent it, xiii. 428, 433. 

trials for witchcraft in, xvi. 416. 

witch-persecution at, xvi. 485. 

' Aberglaube,' Jod. Lorichius, xi. 250 (n. 2). 
Melanchthons,' Hartfelder, xvi. 274 

(». 1). 
und d. Kath. Kirche d. Mittelalters, 

Fehr, xvi. 226 (•». 2), 229 (n. 2). 
Aberli.i, Joach. (publisher), Ein Kurzer 

Be, riff [1534], xi. 259 (n. 3). 
Abfall d. Niederlande, P. J. Holzwarth, xiv. 

239 (n. 2). 
Aberfertigung, Kurtze, ix. 225 (n. 1). 
d. beruhmten Widerlegung, viii. 

436 (n. 1). 
d. sakramentierisehen Bespiegelung 

Salomon Finckens, Simon Gedicke, x. 

309-11, 311 (n. 1). 
d. zu Amberg ausgesprengten Anleitung 

etlicher Calvinischen Blindenleiter [1597], 

x. 282 (n. 1). 
Abgenbtigte Antwort auf d. Gegenbericht d. 

Jeremiae Vi?toris, x. 296-7, 297 (n. 1). 
Abhandlung v. Schreiber ub. Chr. Scheiner, 

xiii. 478 (n. 1). 
zur Vorgeschichte d. Bauernkrieger, 

Zollner, iv. 122 («). 
Abhandlungen d. Hist. Kl. d. Bayer. Akad. 

d. Wiss., ix. 18 (n. 1) ; xiii. 440 (n. 1). 
d. Hist. Kl. d. Miinch. Akad., x. 404 (n.l). 

— d. Munch. Akad., vii. 173 (n. 5) ; ix. 



Abhandlung?n d. Philos.-Histir. Kl. d. Sachs. 

Ges. d. Wiss., xiii. 468 (n. 2). 
in d. Sitzungsber. d. Philos.-Philol. u. 

Hist. Kl. d. K. Bayer. Akad. d. Wiss., 

x. 430 (n. 1). 
Ablah mng Bl. 103, x. 85 (n. 2). 
Ablasshaidil,' the, by Holbein the 

Younger, xi. 54 (n. 2). 
1 Ablasskramer (Dsr),' by N". Manuel [1525], 

xii. 43, 43 («. 1), 47 (n. 1). 
' Ableinung d. Verantwortung Burgerraeisters 

u. Rats d. Stat Costentz,' J. Eck [1527], 

xiv. 318. 

papistischer und sacrament. Argu- 

mente, Scholz, vii. 72 (n. 3), 73 (n. 1). 
Abraham (religious play), Joachim Greff, 

xii. 97 («. 1). 
Abraham and astronomy, xii. 299 (n. 1). 
Abraham, Jewish alchemist from Perrara, xv. 

294. 
' Abraham ' v. Dohna, Sein Leben und sein 

Oedicht, A. Chroust, x. 544 {n. 4). 
Abrechtsburg, the, vii. 396. 
Abriel, Jorg, executioner of Schongau, as 

authority for detection of witches, xvi. 

415 415 (n. 1). 
Abry, 'xi. 156 (n. *2), 158 («. 3). 
Absbsrg, Hans Thomas von (Robber 

Knight), incites Bohemians to rebellion, 

iv. 225. 
terrorises neighbourhood of Nurem- 
berg, iii. 278-9. 

escapes punishment, iii. 306. 

sheltered by Casimir of Brandenburg- 

Culmbach, v. 35. 
' Abschied (Der),' Wolf, x. 601 (n. 2). 
d. Frankfurter Tages vom 11. Marz 

1613, x. 523 (n. 1). 

d. Regensburgers Bundestags v. 23. 



Okt. 1613, x. 605 (n. 1). 

vom 12. Februar 1615, x. 539 (». 1) 



175 {n. 1). 
— d. Philos. 
198 (». 1). 



•Philol., Kl. x. pt. II. ; xi. 



' Absehrift,' in Codex eccl. Xantemis saec. 
xvii., ix. 238 (n. 1). 

' AM Johannes Trithemius,' A. Schneegans, 
xvi. 261 (n. 1). 

' Abte u. Monche d. Benediktiner Abtei 
Tegernsee,' P. Lindner, xiv. 250 (». 2). 

Abuse of the Mass, by Luther, iii. 230-1, 234. 

Abuses. Clerical, of Middle Ages, ii. 294-9. 

Ecclesiastical, fight against, in Germany, 

i. 7. 

' Acad. Epistolae,' Sturm, xiii. Ill (n. 2). 

' Academies ' develop from ' Marian Con- 
gregations ' [1569], ix. 317. 

their plan of study, ix. 317-8. 

Academy, Bavarian, of Sciences, vii. 16 (n. 1). 

' Academy of Poets,' founding of, i. 159. 

Academy, Rinteln, xiii. 324 (n. 2). 

Accid ■ it dists, vii. 148 ; it. 365. 

Acciajuoli, Rob., Florentine ambassador, 
v. 10 (»». 2). 

' Accidenoe ' priests of Eisleben, viii. 181. 



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Ach Gott vom Himmel, sieh darein [1524], 

xi. 258. 
' Ac' :az von Laymingen,' Truchse s, vii. 176. 
AcVnbac 1 !. H.. mi trade organizations of 

Middle Ages, ii. 37 (n.). 

, xv. 101 (n. 1,2). 

Qemeinea deutsehes Bergrecht, xv. 

101 (n. 1). 
Gesch. d. St ult Siegen v. 15 50-00, xv. 

361 {n. 3). 
Achmed, Vizier, captures Temesvar, vi. 467. 

seizes Lippa, vi. 467. 

' Acht Glaubenskontroversen' [1622], C. 

Mayer, xiv. 348. 
' Acht Hexenpredigten von des Teufels Mord- 

kindern,' D. Meder [1605], xvi. 366-8, 

366 (n. 4), 368 (n. 1, 2, 3). 
Acht und Oberacht [ = ban of outlawry], 

x. 42:i. 
Achtzehn Passions und Achtzehn Oster- 

predigten,' N". Tilesius, x. 244 (n. 1). 
Acidalius, Valens (Valentine) [c. 1595], his 

merits as a Latinist, xii. 210 (». 3) ; xiii. 

337-8. 
Ackermann, Hans, his BescMuss, xii. 53 (n. 1). 
his OeistHches Spiel von Tobias [1539], 

xii. 100 (n. 2). 
and Voith, Dramen Einleitung, xii. 34 

(n. 2), 53 (n. 1). 100 (n. 1). 
Acolastus, four sermons bv D. H&nichen 

[1604], xii. 55 (re. 1). 
[Prodigal Son] by W. Gnapheus [1568], 

xiii. 173. 
Acqs, Francois de Noailles, Bishop of, viii. 

ins, in. 
Acqui. v. 526. 

• Acta Cone. Trid.,' Theiner, xiv. 436 (n. 2, 3), 

437 (n. 1). 
et Pacta,' SenckeDberg, v. 277 (n. 1) ; 

vi. 172 [n. 1). 
et Scripta Martin Lutheri,' bv ,T. Coch- 

laeus [1549]. xiii. 455. 455 (re. 2). 
Nat. German.' xiii. 412 in. 2). 

— of the Colloquy at Baden ' [1590], x. 

120 (re. 2). 
Publica,' Londorp, ix. 270 (n. 4), 433 

(n. 1), 486 (n. 1), 491 (n. 1) ; x. 422 («. 1), 

432 (n. 3), 492 (n. 1), 537 (n. 2), 538 (n. 1 ). 

54H (re. 1), 618 (n. 1). 
Sanctorum,' Julii, viii. 246 («. 1). 

248 (n. 3). 

• Aden,' Baumann, iv. 234 (n. 1), 273 (n. 1). 
— des Amberger Kreisarchivs, vii. 62 
(n. 1). 

des Reichstages in Vienna State Archives, 

vi. 253 (re. 1). 

in Schuch, vii. 321 (n. X). 

' Actensammlung,' Egli, v. 130 (». 1), 133 

In. V. 157 (re. 1). 302 (re. 2). 
Actenstiick contre l'Escript du Prince 

d'Orangcs, viii. 18 (n. 3). 
Acter.stiicke, viii. 322 (n. 1). 

!•'. I'alk. vii. 322 (n. 1). 

decker, v. 354 (n. 1), 490 (n. 1); 

vl.230 (re. 3). 

unt! Biisfe, iv. 2 (re. 2), 4 (n. 2). 
' Actes et Grstes Merveilleux,' Herminjard, 

\. i::7 (n. 2). 
Acts. Consular, Collection of, printed .-it 

ColO '.I I. \iii. 401. 

of the Diet, iv. 17 (n.). 

' Ad Jesuiiarum Assertiones . . pia Responsio ' 

[166 I - abach and Osiander, \. 325, 

Adam, dl 

and Eve by the Corpse of Abel, painting 

by Lucas of Lej den, \i. 173 (re. 2). 
Vitao Medic, sill. 499 (re. 3), 509 (re. 2), 

581 (re 2). 



Adam, Zeitschriftfiir GeschieJite d. Oberrheins, 

iv. 277 (re. 1). 
Adam, Joh., von Bicken, Archbishop of 

Mayence, endeavours to uproot witchcraft 

[1601], xvi. 431. 
decrees death by fire to witches in 

Mayence, xvi. 431 . 
Adams, C. K., xvi. 357 (re. 2). 
" Address to the Christian Nobles of the German 

Nation,' Luther, iii. 116 ; xiii. 450, 450 

(n. 2). 

teachings of, iii. 116-22. 

Murner's reply to, iii. 150-4. 

Adelberg, Abbey of, Catholic Abbot of, 

replaced by Protestant [1565], vii. 79. 
Adelhoffen, crime in [1576], xvi. 125, 125 

(n. 1). 
Adelman, Dr. Karl, x. 554 (w. 1). 
' Adelmann, Bernhard,' Thurnhofer, xiv. 

318 (re. 1). 
Adelmann, Conrad, von Adehmannfelden, 

Prebendarv of Augsburg, xiii. 434. 
Adelung, xii'. 281 (n. 1), 356 (n. 1) ; xv. 

295 (re. 2). 
Adelsspiegel, by Cyriacus Spangenberg 

[1591], x. 307 (m. 2); xiii. 35, 36 (n. 1) ; 

xiv. 86-102 ; xv. 164-5, 165 (n. 2, 3). 

215 (n. 1), 332, 333 (n. 1), 340 (n. 1, 3), 

341-3, 341 (n. 1), 342 (n. 1), 343 (n. 1), 

346, 350 (n. 1, 2, 3), 351 (n. 1), 352 (n. 1). 
Aderpul, Thomas, preacher of Malchin, 

v. 104 ; xvi. 48. 
Adiaphora, doctrines concerning the, vii. 48. 
Adiaphorism, vii. 144. 
Adiaphorists, vii. 53, 275, 355 ; viii. 177 ; 

x. 101 ; xiv. 3, 469. 
Adige, river, gold on bank? of, ii. 41. 
Adlerspredigt, by Thos. Birk [1590]. xiv. 

477 (n. 2). 
Adlzreiter, viii. 248 (n. 1) ; ix. 312 (n. 2). 
Admonition, Neustadt : see Neustadt. 
of Nicholas von Amsdorf, sometime 

Bishop of Naumburg, vii. 290. 
to parents as to upbringing of children 

in Seelenfiihrer, i. 31. 
in Catechism of Diedrich Coelde, 

i. 31-2. 

— in Hymelstrasz, i. 33. 

to Printers, by Luther, iii. 360 (n.). 

— to the Nobles, pamphlet against. N. 

Krell, ix. 154. 
Admonito Neostadiensis, Ursinus [1581], 

xiv. 189. 
Admont, abbot of, a supporter of Kepler, 

xiii. 485 (n. 3). 

Monastery of, ix. 380 (n. 1). 

Report on Nunnery of, xvi. 69. 

' Adolescentia,'by James Wimpheling,79(n.l). 
Adolf, Bishop of Merseburg, xiv. 286. 
Adolf IX., Duke of Holstein, vii. 380 ; viii. 74. 
in receipt of pension from Spain, 

viii. 48. 

in receipt of pension from Queen 

Elizabeth, viii. 48. 
Adolf, Duke of Schleswig-Gottorp, joins the 

Calvinists [1610], x. 300. 
issues penal edict against usury, xv. 

39. 39 (n. 3). 
Adolf Frederick of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, 

diary of [C. 1011 1618], xv. 237-8. 

Adolph von Schaumbtirg (Schauenburg), 

Count, installed as Archbishop of Cologne 

[1547], vi. 355, 399. 

pitiable plight of, vi. 473. 

— — sends embassy to Elector Maurice 

offering to become traitor to the Church, 

vi. 47::. 
attends Council of Trent [1551], xiv. 

304-5. 



INDEX 



Adolphus of Nassau, Archbishop, i. 11. 

elected Emperor of Germanv, ii. 120. 

efforts to depose him, ii. 120. 

Adolphus of Neuenar, Count, arranges for 

Calvinist Ursinus to preach in his castle 

at Mechtern, ix. 11-12. 
appointed commander-in-chief and 

lieut. by Archbishop Gebhard of Cologne, 

and entrusted with Government [1583], 

ix. 51. 

■ enters service of States General, ix. 140, 

Adorf, Christopher Dhes zu, xii. 270 (n. 1). 
school at, salaries paid to masters at, 

xiii. 120. 
Adrian VI., Pope, his ardour for reform, iii. 

184. 
attitude of, towards Diet of Nuremberg, 

iii. 320. 

his nationality, iii. 320. 

his education, iii. 320. 

professor at Louvain, iii. 320. 

becomes tutor to Charles V., iii. 320. 

Vicegerent to CharlesV. in Spain, iii. 320. 

elected to papal chair on death of Leo X., 

iii. 320. 
acknowledges to Diet of Nuremberg, 

necessity of reform in Church, iii. 321-3. 
asks advice of Diet as to how to check 

advance of ' New Gospel,' iii. 321. 
■ demands execution of Edict of Worms, 

iii. 322. 
answer of Electors and Princes to, 

iii. 326-9. 

fiercely assailed by Luther, iii. 331-2. 

collects money for defence of Rhodes, 

iv. 7. 
endeavours to foster peace between 

Charles V. and Francis I. [1522], iv. 8, 

9(n. 1). 
confidence betrayed by Cardinal 

Soderini, iv. 9. 

orders imprisonment of Soderini, iv. 9. 

threatens Francis I. with excommuni- 
cation, iv. 9. 
receives threatening letter from Francis, 

iv. 9-10. 
joins alliance of Emperor and King of 

England against Francis I., iv. 10. 
urges Albert of Brandenburg, Grand 

Master of Teutonic Knights, to restore 

dignity to the Order, v. 110. 
appeals to Germans for aid in main- 
taining Ecclesiastical unity, at Diet of 

Nuremberg [1523], v. 527. 
authorises Duke of Bavaria [1523] to 

take action against culpable clerics, vii. 257. 
' Adrian VI.,' Hofler, v. 110 (n. 2) ; xiv. 307 

(w.l). 
' Adrian de Vries,' C. Buchwald, xi. 146 (n. 4). 
Adrianople, vi. 163. 
Sultan Solyman sets out from, to wage 

' holy war ' [1543], vi. 234. 
' Aegyptisher Joseph,' by Balthasar Voigt of 

Drubeck, xii. 26-7, 27 («. 1). 
Aepinus, preacher of Hamburg, opposes 

Osiander's doctrine of ' justification,' vii. 

13. 
his teaching regarding soul of Christ, 

vii. 26. 

on prevailing degradation, xvi. 25. 

Aerius, xiv. 336. 

Aerssen, Francis van, to Duplessis-Mornay, 

on Jiilich-Cleves affair, x. 440. 
King Henry IV. lays his plans for in- 
vasion of Netherlands before, x. 441. 
letter to Duplessis-Mornay [1610], 

x. 456 (». 2). 
Aeschines, xiii. 383. 
Aesop, Fables, xiii. 152. 



Aeusserungen gegen Johann von Reidt, viii. 

250 (n. 2). 
Scaligers und Ernestis tiber Rader, xiii. 

393 (». 1). 
Affelmann, theologian of Rostock, his attack 

on Calvinists, x. 272, 320-1. 
— — his virulence, xiv. 169, 169 (n. 3). 
Affenteuerlich Naupen-geheuerliche Geschichl- 

klitterung, a picture of the times, by J. 

Fischart [1575], xi. 376-7, 376 (n. 2), 

377 (ra. 1, 2). 
Afra, St. See Ulrich and Afra, SS. 
' Against the Pontificate at Rome, founded by 

the Devil,' M. Luther [1545], vi. 270-4 ; 

xiv. 420 {n. 2). 
immediate cause of pamphlet, vi. 270 

(«. 2). 
horror excited by language of, vi. 272-3, 

272 (n. 1). 
the Tyrants,' pamphlet by Hutten, 

iii. 305. 

MS. of, lost, iii. 305. 

Agave, its first introduction into Europe 

[1561], xiii. 534. 
Agitators, politico-religious, iii. 330-51. 
Agnes, Countess of Mansfeld, Canoness of 

Geresheim and her relations with Gebhard 

Truchsess, Archbishop of Cologne, ix. 10. 
her objection to Gebhard's resignation 

of Archbishopric, ix. 10. 
marries Archbishop Gebhard of Cologne 

[1583], ix. 51, 183 (n. 1). 

certificate of marriage, ix. 51 (n. 2). 

her dissolute habits, ix. 55-6. 

dislike of altars, etc., ix. 56. 

satires on, ix. 78 (n. 2). 

■ — mission to Queen Elizabeth, and its 

failure, ix. 89. 
Agnes Hedwig, Princess of Anhalt, her be- 
trothal to Elector Augustus of Saxony 

[1585], ix. 113. 

her marriage [1586], ix. 114. 

obtains release of Peucer from cap- 
tivity, ix. 114. 
Agnes, widow of Elector Maurice of Saxony, 

her marriage to Duke John Frederick of 

Saxe-Weimar [1555], xv. 256 (n. 1). 
Agobard, Archbp. of Lyons, on superstition 

of ' weather-making,' xvi. 226, 226 (n. 3). 
Agrarian conditions, collapse of, after 1525, 

i. 327 ; iv. 121, 143, 344 ; xv. 137. 
Agreement, Frankfort: see Frankfort 

Agreement. 
Agricola, Dr. Caspar, professes ignorance 

concerning witches, xvi. 345, 34b (w- 2), 

425 («. 1). 
Agricola, Daniel, as champion of Catholic 

Church, xiv. 260. 
Agricola, Franz, pastor at Rodingen and 

Villard [1624], xiv. 347, 347 (n. 1). 
Agricola, Franz, pastor of Sittard, and 

opponent of Johann Weyer, xvi. 392. 
exhorts rulers and people on sin of 

witchcraft, and unrelenting punishment 

required in his Von Zauberen, Zauber- 

innen, und Hexen [1596], xvi. 392-6, 393 

(n. 1, 3, 4). 
his Orundlicher Bericht. ob Zauberey 

die iirgste und grewlichste siind auff Erden 

sey [1597], xvi. 393 («. 1). 

rejects ' trial by water,' xvi. 393. 

■ urges on people the duty of bringing 

witches and sorcerers to trial should the 

authorities fail to do so, xvi. 396, 396 (». 2) . 
Agricola, George, 4th Bishop of Seckau and 

Plenipotentiary of Bp. of Salzburg, ix. 39. 
raises protest against Margrave Joachim 

Frederic of Brandenburg's claim to presi- 
dency of Council of Princes, ix. 17-18. 



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Agricola, George, Father, Pres. of Munich 

College [1595], and reputed author of 

tragedy Consfaniine, xiii. 156 (n. 6), 391 

(n. 1), 800, 200 (n. 2). 
bom at Glauchau [1494], xiii. 490, 490 

(n. 1). 
studies philology at University of 

Leipzig under Petrus Mosellanus, xiii. 490. 
appointed rector and teacher of Greek 

at Zwickau Latin School [1519], xiii. 490. 

becomes interested in mineralogy, 

etc., xiii. 490. 

appointed ' Lector ' to Mosellanus 

[1522], xiii. 490. 
goes to Italy and studies Medicine at 

Bologna, Venice, and Ferrara, xiii. 491. 

returns home [1526], xiii. 491. 

becomes town physician in mining town 

of Joachimsthal, xiii. 491, 491 (n. 1, 2). 
his interest in mineralogy stimulated, 

xiii. 492. 
his efforts at correct nomenclature, 

xiii. 492-3, 493 (n. 1). 
publishes results of studies in his 

Bermannus, sivede re Metallica, xiii. 493-5, 

493 (n. 2), 495 (n. 1). 
constitutes him ' father of modern 

scientific mineralogy,' xiii. 495-6, 496 

(n. 1). 
takes up study of history and politics, 

and writes oration on Oriental question, 

xiii. 496-99, 496 (n. 2). 

his patriotism, xiii. 499, 499 (n. 1). 

writes Latin epigram against Tetzel's 

proclamation of indulgences, xiii. 499, 

499 (n. 2). 
his devotion to Catholic Church, xiii. 

499-500, 499 (n. 3). 
becomes town physician of Chemnitz 

[1534], xiii. 500. 
attends assembly of Smalcald League 

[1537], v. 494, 542 (n. 1). 
his continua 1 activity in study of history, 

mineralogy, geology, etc., xiii. 500-2. 
his treatise uber d. Entstehungs- 

ursaehen d. unterirdischen KQrper [1544], 

xiii. 501. 
Uber d. Beschaffenheit d. Erdausflusse 

[1545J, xiii. 501, 501 (n. 1). 
his dedication of, xiii. 503 (n. 3). 

— elected burgomaster of Chemnitz by 
Duke Maurice of Saxony, xiii. 501, 501 
in. 2). 

publishes first school book on miner- 
alogy [1546], xiii. 501, 501 (n. 3, 4, 5). 

on value of mining, ii. 39. 

agriculture, ii. 39. 

wealth of silver mines, xv. 92, 92 (re. 5). 

his work On the Metals of Antiquity 

and of Modern Times [1546], xiii. 501-2, 
502 (n. 1. 2). 

his belief in mountain sprites, etc., xiii. 

502. 

and tales of sorcerers, xi. 383. 

or deeds of an evil spirit at Annenberg, 

xii. 341. 

— his disbelief in astrology and alchemy, 
xiii. 502, 502 (n. 3). 

his enemies on account of his religion, 

xiii. 502-3. 

letter to, from Bishop Nicholas of 
Carlowltz, xiii. 502, 502 (n.4). 

— attacked b; apoplexy and dies [1555], 

xiii 

i burial in < Ihemnltz by super- 
intendent Tettelbacb and Elector Augustus 
of Saxony, rill. 608, 508 (n. l). 

remains removed to abbey church <>f 

Zeitz, xiii. 503. 



Agricola, George, memorial stone and inscrip- 
tion, xiii. 503, 503 (n. 3). 
the high principles which guided his 

labours, xiii. 503 (n. 3). 
his principal work, Von dem Bergwerk, 

pub. by Fabricius [1556], xiii. 504, 504 

(n. 1). 
absence of religious reflections in his 

works, xiii. 505. 
attends Diet of Augsburg [1532] as 

representative of Archbp. of Salzburg, 

ix. 39. 
Agricola (G.), Eckardt, xiii. 491 (n. 1). 

(G.) Bermannus, Schmid, xiii. 499 (re. 3) . 

Agricola, John, of Eisleben, Court Preacher to 

Margrave Joachim II. of Brandenburg, vi. 

56, 62 ; vii. 173 (re. 4), 296 ; xiv. 153, 

154, 154 (ra. 3). 
suspected of taking bribes from Jews, 

vi. 68 (n. 1). 
despondent report of condition of 

Church in duchy of Saxony, vi. 69. 
placed on Commission for framing 

of ' Interim Religion ' by Emperor, vi. 

397. 
aims at bishopric of Cammin, vi. 398. 

— receives honorariums from Charles V. 

and Ferdinand for work on ' Interim 

Religion,' vi. 398. 
genuine desire for success of ' Interim,' 

vi. 398-9. 
his return to Lutheranism and abuse 

of Melanchthon, vii. 57, 294 ; xiv. 154. 
appointed master of new Latin School 

at Eisleben [1525]. xiii. 59. 

tragedy by, about John Huss, xii. 68. 

Agricola (J.), Kaweran, vii. 294 (n. 1). 
Agricola, Kastulus, ix. 314 (w. 8). 316 (n. 1), 

320 (re. 2, 3), 321 (n. 1), 323 (n. 2). 
death of, at Constance, from the 

plague, ix. 330. 

his Provinz-Geschichten, ix. 331 in. 1). 

Agricola, Martin, Deutsche Musica und Gesang- 

biichlein, xi. 259 (n. 3). 
Agricola, Philip, and belief in coming of Last 

Day [1577], xii. 258. 
his Christian Comedy of the Day of 

Judgment, xii. 103-4, 104 («. 1). 
verses in honour of Ring-running of 

John George, Margrave of Brandenburg 

[1581], and other poems, xi. 311. 
Agricola, Rudolph (Humanist), pupil of Card. 

Nicholas of Cusa, i. 6. 

student at Zwolle. i. 62. 

founds school of older German Human- 
ists, i. 65. 

finished scholarship of, i. 65. 

efforts for revival of Learning, i. 66. 

his regard for Petrarch, i. 66. 

love of travel, i. 66. 

his love of Germany, i. 66. 

dislike of public work. 1. 66. 

purity of his life, i. 66. 

his letter to Barbarianus, i. 67. 

revered by contemporaries, i. 67. 

his death, i. 67. 

author of first Humanist History, 1. 101. 

his efforts to promote study of the 

Classics in Germany, iii. 2. 
his efforts for the perfection of the 

German language, iii. 6. 
his attacks on Aristotle in his De 

Inventions. Dittlfctieti. xiv. 373, 373 (re. 1). 

as organ-builder, i. 2 is. 

Agricultural Capitulary of Charlemagne, i. 

828. 

life. v. 309-54. 

prosperity in Germauy in Middle 

Ages, i. 346. 



INDEX 



Agriculture, aim of, i. 307-8. 

declim of, xv. 193-222. 

George Agricola on value of, ii. 39. 

held in high estimation, ii. 97. 

in Middle Ages, progress in science of, 

i. 326. 

literature relating to, i. 342-5. 

popularity of, i. 338-9. 

— — special Guilds of, i. 338. 

Agrippa, Cornelius, of Nettesheim, his eulogy 

of Reuchlm's De Verbo Mirifico, iii. 46. 
his attendant devil ' Dominus,' xi. 

384. 

in defence of women, xii. 210 (n. 3). 

his De occulta philosophia, xii. 281 

(n. 1). 
on the souls of the sinful, xii. 354, 

354 (n. 3). 
his name coupled with that of Dr. 

Faust, xii. 357. 
Ahausen, village of, meeting of Protestant 

Princes at [1608], ix. 517. 
Palatine party organise their league at 

[1608], x. 467. 

Recess at, x. 447. 

Ahlen, trials for witchcraft at [1615-16], 

xvi. 451-2, 451 (n. 3), 452 (n. 1). 
Ahorn, linen-weaver as preacher at, v. 98. 
Aichig, demoralisation in, xvi. 124. 
Aichinger, Gregory, priest of Ratisbon and 

organist and choir-master in Fugger 

Chapel, Augsburg [1628], xi. 248. 
excellence of his work and beauty of 

his motets, xi. 248 and 248 (n. 3). 
Aicholz, Dr., Prof, of Anatomy at Vienna 

University [1557], xiii. 217 (n. 2) ; xiv. 

45 (w. 1). 
friend of Karl Clusius, botanist, 

xiii. 526. 
his garden, xiii. 526 (n. 3), 533, 533 

(11. 2). 
Aigues-Mortes, interview between Charles V. 

and Francis I. at, vi. 5, 6 (n. 1), 8, 29. 
d'Ailly, Cardinal Pierre, author of the Welt- 

bild, i. 121. 
Aims of the Lutheran Reformation, C. A. C. 

Zezschwitz, v. Ill («. 1). 
Aitzing (Bytzinger), Michael von, first pub- 
lisher of a • Relation ' under title Re- 

latio Eistorica [1580-83], xiv. 529, 529 

(n. 3). 
Aix-la-Chapelle, free or imperial city, ii. 128. 

— wages in, i. 350; v. 480 ; viii. 112. 
— coronation of Ferdinand as King of 

the Romans at, v. 324. 

Council of State held at, v. 324. 

Charles V. encamps near, v. 445. 

Anabaptists at, v. 470. 

secret Anabaptist emissaries sent from, 

to Mtinster, v. 470. 
power of Peter Faber's preaching at, 

viii. 219-20. 

and Augsburg Confessionists, ix. 25. 

troubles in, ix. 26. 

religious dissensions in, ix. 25-9. 

history of the town, ix. 26. 

special decree, under Ferdinand, to 

remain true to Catholic religion [1560], 

ix. 26. 
influx of Protestant fugitives from 

Alva into, ix. 26. 
admission of Protestants to Town 

Council [1574], ix. 26. 
Protestants demand open worship, 

ix. 26-7. 

request refused, ix. 27. 

discord between Catholics and Pro- 
testants, ix. 27. 
futile efforts of Duke of Jttlich and 



Bishop of Lidge to restore ordinance of 
1560, ix. 27. 

Aix-la-Chapelle, resolution passed [1581] to 
appoint none but Catholics on Council at 
next election, ix. 27. 

uproar at election, ix. 27-8. 

victory of Protestants, ix. 28. 

Protestants remonstrated with by 

Emperor Rudolf II. and promised pardon 
on condition of their recalling Catholic 
inhabitants, ix. 28. 

Protestant Council publish edict 

granting freedom of religion to Catholics, 
ix. 28-9. 

town attacked and surrounded by 

Duke of Jiilieh and Bishop of Lidge, 
ix. 29. 

town raises the blockade, ix. 29. 

burghers taxed for maintenance of 

foreign soldiers, ix. 29- 
— the affairs of, discussed at Diet of 
Augsburg [1582], ix. 29-32. 

and Cologne War, ix. 62. 

Protestants in, to be aided by Pro- 
testant League, ix. 136. 

conditions at, x. 562-71. 

false report of extirpation of heretics 

by Jesuits at, x. 562, 563. 

the real facts concerning, x. 562-7. 

Archduke Albert carries out imperial 

sentence in, x. 563 («. 4), 564, 566, 567 
(n.l. 2), 571. 

Jesuit mission station founded at 

[1578], ix. 313. 

' Akademiseher Luther,' Conrad Andrea 
[Conrad Vetter], x. 154 (n. 2). 

* Akademisches Leben,' Tholuck, xii. 378 
(«. 3) ; xiii. 68 («. 1), 81 (n. 2), 277 (n. 1, 2), 
278 (n. 2), 280 (n. 1), 291 (n. 1), 294 («. 1, 3), 
299 (w. 1), 303 (n. 1), 305 (n. 1), 306 (n. 1), 
308 (n. 1), 316 («. 1), 320 (n. 1), 340 (n. 1), 
401 (n. 3) ; xiv. 138 (n. 1, 2), 140 (n. 2), 
162 (n. 2), 164 (n. 1), 166 («. 1), 167 
(n.l, 4, 5), 168 (n.l, 2), 169 (n.l, 2, 3, 5), 
176 (n. 2, 3, 5), 179 (n. 3), 182 (n. 2), 
188 (n. 3), 197 (n. 1), 216 (n. 1), 218 (n. 2), 
219 (n. 1, 2, 3), 222 (w. 1, 2, 4, 5), 223 
(n. 1, 2), 224 (n. 4), 229 (n. 2). 

Aken, complaints of pastor of, concerning 
condition of parish, vii. 292. 

Akten, Stieve, xiv. 80 (n. 2). 

d. Dresdener Haupt-Staatsarchivs, ix. 

227 (n. 2). 

zur Geschichte d. Gegenreformation in 

Innerosterreich unter Herzog Karl II. 
[1578-1590], Loserth, ix. 387 (n. 2, 3), 
388 (n. 1), 391 (n. 1), 393 (n. 1, 3), 398 
(n. 1) ; x. 72 (n. 2). 

zum Schisma im Strassburger Dom- 

Kapitel, 1583-92, Meister, ix. 174 (n. 1), 
175 (n. 2), 180 (n. 2). 

Aktenmassige Nachrichten v. Hexenprozessen 
M. von Stojentin, xvi. 511 (n. 1). 

Aktenstucke, xiii. 155 (». 1). 

zur Geschichte d. Pfalzgrafen Wolfgan,. 

Wilhelm v. Neuburg, x. 560 (n. 3). 

Alantsee, Leonard, of Vienna, i. 22. 

Alantsee, Lucas, of Vienna, i. 22. 

Alardus, William, his Panacea Sacra [1605], 
xvi. 149-50, 150 (n. 1). 

Alba, Duke of, entrusted by Emperor 
Charles V. with guardianship of John 
Frederic, Elector of Saxony, vi. 362. 

advice to Emperor as to treatment 

of the Elector, vi. 363. See also Ferdinand. 

Albeck, insubordination of the young in 
[1543], xvi. 43. 

Alber, Erasmus [1553, superintendent- 
general], vi. 398, 527 (n. 2) ; xii. 196. 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Alber, Erasmus, pamphlet by, on portents or 

wonders, x. 76-7. 
Lied von der llimmelfahrt Christ*, xi. 

264. 

his hymn tor ' The Lord's Commun 

s>- 268. 

his Church Ilvinn. xvi. 26, 26 («. 2). 

New Te Deum laudamtu of Pope Paul 

///., xi.294. 

his prayer, xi. 295 and 295 (n. 1). 

his pamphlet, Der Jiarfusser Monche 

Etilenspiegel und Alkoran, xi. 355-6, 356, 

his Book of Virtue and Wisdom, 
[1550], xii. 198 (n. 2), 198-200. 
Alber, Ferdinand, xiii. 138 (n. 2). 
Alber, John, of Ingolstadt, his reply to 
attack on Jesuits by M. Chemnitz, xiv. 
183, 183 (n. 2). 
Alber, Justus, Hessian pastor, xvi. 26. 
Alber, Matthew, preacher of Reutlingen, v. 
266 (n. 1 ) ; vii. 40. 

on 'hail and witches' [1562], xvi. 

488 (n. 1). 

his freedom from witch-superstition, 

xvi. 488 (n. 1). 

Michael Schfitz's eulogistic poems on, 

xiii. 349. 
' Alber, M.,' Hartmaun, vii. 40 (ft. 2). 
Albftre, v. 323 (n. 1). 

Albergati, Antonius, report of, on condition 
of Cologne University, xiii. 256-7, 257 
(n. 1). 
Alberhogen-on-the-Main, apparition of 

angels at [1581], xii. 265. 
Alberi, E., v. 308 («. 1), 437 (ft. 5), 515 (n. 3), 
521 (n. 1, 2); vi. 144 (w. 1) ; 176 (n. 1), 
243 (n. 1); vii. 95 (n. 1), 271 (n. 2); 
viii. 129 («. 2), 274 (n. 1), 350 (n. 1), 
373 [n. 2) ; ix. 39 (n. 2), 184 (ft. 1), 
186 (n. 3, 4). 

le Relazioni iegii Ambasciatori Venet 

al Senato, iv. 209 (ft. 2) ; v. 5 (n. 1), 235 ; 

ix. 235 (r?. 1 ) ; xiii. 412 (n. 1) ; xv. 421 (n. 3). 

— Vita ii Caterina de' Medici, vi. 359 («. 1). 

Albert, Emperor, threatened by Dante, 

ii. 196. 
Albert, Beitr&gezur Gesch d. Chirurgie, xiv. 37 

(h. 1). 
Albert, Alcibiades : see Albrecht, Alcibiadcs. 
Albert, Archbp. of Salzburg, viii. 307. 
Albeit, Archduke [Governor of the Nether- 
lands, ix. 443 ; x. 413, 564. 

his aspirations to imperial throne 

opposed b\ Elector Palatine, ix. 441-2. 
— reasons against his candidature, ix. 442. 

King Henry IV. of France opposes 

candidature, ix. 277, 442. 

favourite candidate at Imperial Court. 

ix. 280. 

account of mental condition, etc., of 

Emperor Rudolf II. [1608], ix. 506. 

danger of his position in Brussels owing 

to occupation of duchy of Jtilith-Cleves by 
John Siglsmund, Elector of Brandenburg, 
and John I. .Count Palatine of Zweibrtickcn, 
x. 431. 

accused '•' plotting against Protestants, 

i\. 432-3. 

protects Henry, Prince of Oonde' ami 

his princess iron, pursuit of Eenry IV. of 
France, \ 188 W. 

his helplessness to oppose invasion of 

[161o| ll in v IV. and Protestant League, 
x . 4 1 1 

plan of Schwablsch-Hal] conspirators 

to surprise him with aims in Netherlands, 
x. 449. 

i.i terrltoi \< thn ttencd by Prince 



( Ihristian i >f Anhalt with army of Protestant 
League [1610], x. 457. 
Albert, Archduke, manages to evade war and 
grants Henry IV. of France right of transit 
through Luxembourg, x. 457, 457 (ft. 3). 

declines to join Catholic League of 

Defence, x. 472. 

letter to, from Elector of Mayence 

(John Schweikart), on ill-treatment of 
Emperor Rudolf II. [1611], x. 495-6. 

points in favour of his candidature for 

Imperial throne, x. 506. 
his candidature supported by Ecclesi- 
astical Electors, x. 508-9. 

had concluded treaty [1611] with other 

Archdukes, agreeing to support candidature 
of Matthias, x. 509. 

acts as executor of Imperial orders in 

Aix-la-Chapelle, x. 564, 566, 571. 

dispatches General Ambrosius Spinola 

with 16,000 men to Aix-la-Chapelle [1614], 
x. 566. 

relieves Jttlieh [1614], x. 571. 

appointed by Emperor Matthias to 

superintend destruction of Muhlheim 
[1613], x. 570, 571. 

recovers Wesel and Dttren for 

Emperor [1614], x. 571. 

charged by ' Corresponding ' princes 

with unlawful actions, x. 571. 

constituted Rhenish ' military director ' 

of Catholic League [1614], x. 603. 

and defensive League of South German 

Estates [1614], x. 606. 
Albert VI., of Austria, Archduke, founder of 
Univ. of Freiburg-in-Breisgau, i. 85. 

on universities, i. 88, 

Albert III., of Bavaria, Duke, honours 

Conrad Baumann, the blind organist, i. 249. 

Albert IV., of Bavaria.Duke.his edict.ii.133-1 . 

created King of Bavaria, ii. 159. 

joins League of Peace, ii. 158. 

Albert V., of Bavaria, Duke, vi. 307-8 ; vii. 
240, 369; ix. 312 (ft. 2) ; x. 205 (n. 1), 
216 ; ix. 372 ; xiii. 417 (n. 4) ; xiv. 355 ; 
xv. 35 ; xvi. 413 (n. 1). 

attends Diet of Augsburg [1550], vi. 429. 

— — double dealings of, vi. 472. 
takes personal part in transactions re- 
lating to Treaty of Passau, vi. 480. 

present at Congress of Heidelberg, vi. 

507. 

makes difficulties concerning special 

embassy to Henry II. of France from 
Diet of Augsburg [1559], vii. 109-10. 

mistrusts Palatinate of Baden and is 

himself accused of plotting against Pro- 
testants [1556], vii. 118. 

joins League of Landsberg, vii. 119. 

supports Emperor Ferdinand in con- 
ciliatory measures towards new religionists, 
vii. 167. 

advance made by Protestantism under 

rule of, vii. 173. 

Protestantism under rule of, vii. 173. 

his religious views and general character, 

vii. 173-5 (n. 5), 174-5. 

rejects petition to grant administration 

of Eucharist in both kinds, vii. 176. 

issues edict [1556] making concessions 

to Protestants, vii. 177. 

on varieties of beliefs amongst Church 

officials, vii. 178. 

receives letter from Otto, Cardinal 

Bishop of Augsburg, vii. 197. 

letter to Cardinal Otto urging necessity 

for holding Diet before re-opening Council. 
on account of ' Protestant Estates,' vii. 
I OS, 203. 



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INDEX 



Albert V., of Bavaria, receives information of 

plots to root out Protestants, vii. 205. 

receives letter from Cardinal Otto de- 
ploring effects of false reports concerning 
Catholic plots against Protestants, vii. 
207-8, 236-7. 

informed by Cardinal Otto of concilia- 
tory intentions of Pope Pius IV. towards 
Protestants, at forthcoming Council of 
Trent [1560], vii. 210-11, 212. 

letter to, from Camerarius, concerning 

Naumburg Convention, vii. 215. 

letter to, from Bishop Stanislaus 

Hosius concerning the ' Chalice,' vii. 
242-4. 

urges Pius IV. to authorise German 

bishops to administer Eucharist in both 
kinds, vii. 244. 

anxious for abolition of celibacy among 

clergy and arguments for wishes, vii. 248, 
249-51, 252. 

— — reads imperial address at opening of 
Diet of Augsburg [1566], vii. 349. 

letter from Emperor Maximilian II. to, 

concerning religious position of Elector 
Palatine Frederic III., vii. 368. 

letter to, from Emperor Maximilian II., 

vii. 375. 

violent death prophesied by Grumbach, 

vii. 381. 

writes to Christopher of Wiirtemberg 

regarding Grumbach's plans, vii. 385. 

reported to plot for destruction of 

Protestants, viii. 38. 

said to have joined plot for extirpation 

of Huguenots and Lutherans, viii. 38-9. 

to be Pope's lieutenant and com- 
mander-in-chief of clergy, viii. 39. 

his unavailing denial of report, viii. 39. 

warned by Emperor Maximilian II. of 

league forming between Elector Palatine, 
Christopher of Wiirtemberg and France, 
viii. 40. 

writes to Maximilian II. concerning 

difficulties encountered by papal legates 
in obtaining audience, viii. 46. 

issues orders for hunting down vaga- 
bonds and criminals in his territories 
[1568], viii. 56. 

letter to, from Otto von Truchsess, 

Cardinal Bishop of Augsburg, on condition 
of Empire, viii. 57-9. 

his answer to Cardinal Bishop Truch- 
sess, viii. 59-60. 

letter to Duke of Alva concerning re- 
solutions passed at Evangelical Convention 
at Erfurt [1569], viii. 62-3. 

endeavours to strengthen League of 

Landsberg [1569], viii. 63. 

endeavours to persuade Augustus 

Elector of Saxony, Joachim II. of Branden- 
burg, and Duke Christopher of Wiirtem- 
berg to join League of Landsberg, viii. 63. 

invites Archbps. of Mayence, Treves and 

Augsburg, and Bishops of Mtinster, Li&ge, 
Strasburg and Spires, to join League of 
Landsberg, viii. 63. 

letter to Duke of Alva concerning 

League of Landsberg, viii. 63-4. 

Cardinal Bishop Otto of Augsburg's 

letter to, concerning Gregory XIII. 's pre- 
parations for war against Turks [1573], 
viii. 112. 

letter to Maximilian II. regarding 

action of Elector Palatine Frederic III. in 
Netherlands, viii. 120-1. 

begs Maximilian to protect Catholic 

estates from Protestants, viii. 121. 
letter to, from Erstenberger, concerning 



unpatriotic actions of the Palatines viii . 
146. 
Albert V., of Bavaria, letter from Canisius on 
merits of German nation, viii. 233. 

invites Canisius to hold Lenten Mission 

in Bavaria [1558], viii. 236. 

his reverence for Jesuits, viii. 245-6. 

letter of Ignatius, in praise of Canisius, 

viii. 246. 
— — defends his son Ernest's leanings 

toward Jesuits, viii. 247. 
importance of years 1563-64, in life- 
history of, viii. 307. 

threats of rebellion against, at Diet of 

Ingoldstadt [1563], viii. 308. 
letter to Maximilian concerning sedi- 
tious conduct of Count Joachim von 

Ortenburg in Bavaria [1563], viii. 309-10. 
takes action against Count Joachim of 

Ortenburg, viii. 310. 
occupies Alt- and Neu-Ortenburg, 

viii. 310. 
— — confiscates Ortenburg's possessions in 

Bavaria, viii. 310. 
unearths criminal correspondence 

at Mattigkofen, viii. 310. 
convenes meeting of landholders 

of Bavaria at Munich and lays criminal 

correspondence before them, viii. 310. 

his address to meeting, viii. 310-11. 

verdict of meeting, viii. 311. 

adopts measures for protecting Bavaria 

against rebellion, viii. 311-12. 
requires his subjects to conform to 

Catholic faith, viii. 312. 
■ becomes secular leader of Catholic 

Germany, viii. 312. 

purity of his life, viii. 313. 

endeavours to stop circulation of 

calumnies against Jesuits, viii. 317, 

317 (w. 1). 
on falseness and absurdities of 

calumnies [1573], viii. 319-20. 
his praise of the activities of the 

Jesuits, viii. 320 («. 1). 

' Eecess ' concluded by [1564], viii. 320. 

issues edict against distribution of 

offensive literature, caricatures, etc., 

viii. 321. 
. banishes all ' sectarian ' teachers of 

' contumacious ' booksellers from country, 

viii. 321-2. 
prohibits the attendance of children at 

Protestant schools and universities outside 

Bavaria, viii. 322. 

issues school curriculum [1569], viii. 322. 

erects free seminary for sons of poor, 

at Munich, viii. 322. 
erects boarding schools for sons of 

nobility at Munich and Ingoldstadt under 

Jesuit management, viii. 322. 
determines on expulsion from Bavaria 

of ' obdurate sectarians,' viii. 323. 
letter to Maximilian II. concerning 

expulsions, viii. 323. 

harsh measures adopted, viii. 323-4. 

withdraws permission with regard to 

' lay chalice,' viii. 324. 
letter to Wolf Dietrich of Maxelrain 

concerning chalice, viii. 325. 
writes letter of encouragement to Prince 

Abbot Balthasar von Dernbach in his 

efforts to oppose Protestants in Fulda, 

viii. 331. 
letter to Cardinal Morone on effort of 

Protestants to overthrow Catholicism 

at Diet of Ratisbon [1576], viii. 349. 
his efforts towards peace at Diet. 

viii. 369-70. 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Albert V.. of Bavaria, on death of Emperor 

Maximilian II.. viii. 372 3. 
bis reply when offered imperial crown, 

ix. 273(n. 3). 

builds the ' Georgianum ' school for 

poor students at Munich, ix. 315-6. 
consulted by Archduke Char]. nl 

Stvria a~ t«i concession made by Charles to 

Protestants, ix. 387. 
instieates George Eder to publish Das 

guldene Fluss, x. 176. 
letter to, from Canisius, concerning 

treatment of heretics, x. 214-5. 
refutes false reports against Jesuits 

[1573], x. 329-30. 
preference given to religions over 

secular art under, xi. 120. 

buildings of, xi. 136 (». 1). 

flourishing condition of goldsmiths' art 

under, xi. 182 (n. 1). 

sideboard made for, xi. 188. 

as art collector, xi. 197-202, 199 (n. 1). 

frauds practised upon, xi. 198. 

his appeals for contributions to his art 

treasures, xi. 198-9. 
- exacts gifts as price of entrance, from 

public, xi. 200. 

offers of objects of art made to, xi. 200. 

his heavy expenditure on, xi. 200-1. 

complaints of his heavy expenditure 

from his Provincial Estates, xi. 201-2, 201 

(w. 5), 202 (n. 1). 

as patron of music, xi. 243. 

jewels and treasures of, xv. 274, 

(n. 3), 327 (n. 1). 
his reason for aiding in erection of 

Jesuit College in Augsburg, ix. 372. 
inhibits 'Devil-Literature' [1566], 

xii. 327, 327 (n. 1). 
issues injunction for bi-annual school 

inspection, xiii. 44-5, 45 (n. 1). 
his praise of convent school at Forn- 

bach [1558], xiii. 153-4, 154 (n. 1). 
as promoter of higher education, xiii. 

154-7. 
erects boarding school of St. Michael 

for sons of nobility, xiii. 157. 
in praise of training college for clergy 

at Dillingen [1567], xiii. 227. 
on abuses and disorders in University 

atlngolstadt [1555], xiii. 236-7. 
— makes over ' Padagogium ' at Uni- 
versity of Ingolstadt to Jesuits [1571], 

xiii. 239, 239 (n. 1). 
erects ' Collegium Albertinum ' at 

Inuolstadt, as a 'Priests* Seminary,' 

xiii. 241. 
his complaints as to management, etc., 

of University of Ingolstadt, xiii. 242-4. 
founder of library and art museum at 

Munich, xiii. 388-9. 
his admiration for Jesuits in time of 

plague, xiv. 114. 
distributes catalogue of books allowed 

to be read, xiv. 499. 

hunting feats of, xv. 207, 207 (n. 1). 

Intemperance of, xv. 250-1. 

his extravagance, xv. 326. 

remonstrated with by ' Estates,' 

xv.:: 127 (n.l). 

hi debts ;it death [1679], xv. 327. 

bis literarj tastes, xv. :s4l\ 342 (n. 2). 

institutes cm ii t (lis banded 

■ Landsknechts ' [1568, 15791, xt. 516 516 

(n. 
complains of deserted condition of 

convents and monasteries [15581, xvi. 64 

64 (n. 3). 
Issues mandate against 'blasphemy 



and drunkenness ' [1566, 1570], xvi. 77, 
77 (n. 1, 2). 
For Biographies of, see Albrecht V. ol 

R a.v t. ri n 

Albert V., of Bavaria, Prince of Bavaria, takes 

part in procession of Marian Students Con- 
gregation at Ingolstadt [1594], ix. 320. 
Albert of Brandenburg, Electoral Archbishop 

of Mayence and Magdeburg and Primate 

of Catholic Church in Germany, i. 10 (n. 1) ; 

ii. 260, 304 ; iii. 67 ; v. 351 ; vi. 75, 236, 

249, 399, 548 ; ix. 3, 17 ; xii. 85, 92, 162. 

and expulsion of Jews, ii. 79. 

raised to Primacy of Germany, ii. 265-6. 

intrigues with France, ii. 266. 

■ promises vote to Francis I. on death 

of Maximilian II., 267. 

bribed by Emp. Maximilian I., ii. 269. 

renews negotiations with France, ii. 

270-1. 
influence sought for election of Charles V., 

ii. 272. 

exorbitant demands of, ii. 272. 

converted by bribery into enemy of 

France, ii. 273. 
ietter to brother Joachim I. of Branden- 
burg, ii. 273. 

heavily bribed by Charles, ii. 280-1. 

goes over to Charles, ii. 280-1. 

special object of covetousness, ii. 281. 

negotiations with English ambassador, 

ii. 281. 
declines to further imperial pretensions 

of brother Joachim I. of Brandenburg, 

ii. 284. 

Ulrich von Hutten at Court of, iii. 66. 

Church appointments of, iii. 66-7. 

Pfefferkorn's fruitless appeal to, iii. 71. 

personal efforts against Jews, iii. 71-2. 

ambition of, to make Court a centre of 

learning, iii. 72. 

his love of music, iii. 72. 

love of pomp, iii. 72-3. 

his admiration of Erasmus, iii. 73. 

habit of poets frequenting his Court, 

iii. 73. 
takes Ulrich von Hutten into his service, 

iii. 66,75. 

his method of paying debts, iii. 77-8. 

appoints Tetzel to proclaim Leo X.'s 

indulgences, iii. 89. 
sends Ulrich von Hutten on mission to 

French court of Francis I., iii. 107. 

Luther's proposals relating to, iii. 121. 

defrays Hutten's expenses to Court of 

Brussels', iii. 114. 

detested in Erfurt, iii. 249. 

his vacillating attitude, iii. 250-1, 252. 

complaints of Papal Nuncio against, 

iii. 250. 

secretly favours Luther, iii. 250-1. 

and Melanchthon, iii. 251. 

hinders proceedings against Bishopric 

of Halberstadt, iii. 250-1. 
hinders proceedings against Luther, 

iii. 250-1. 

encourages Sickiugenin violence, iii. 287. 

declines to aid Abp. of Treves against 

Sickingen, iii. 287. 
allows troops to cross river in the 

Rheingau unmolested, iii. 287. 
his highest officials in league with 

Sickingen, iii. 287. 
forms defensive alliance with Abp. 

of Cologne, Abp. of Treves, and Elector 

Palatine, iv. 357. 

attends conference at Leipzig, v. 51. 

petition to, from Town Council of 

Frankfort [1526], v. 122-3. 



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INDEX 



Albert of Brandenburg warns George von 

Truehsess of Landgrave Philip's prepara- 
tions for war and appeals for aid, v. 168. 

and Breslau alliance, v. 169. 

— his alliance with Electors of Cologne, 

Treves, and the Palatinate, v. 173. 
offers to arbitrate with Landgrave 

Philip of Hesse, v. 177. 
Philip of Hesse prepares to march 

against, v. 208. 

■ attends Diet of Augsburg, v. 248. 

his vacillation in matters of faith, 

v. 305-6 and 306 (n. 1). 
pledges himself to favour election of Duke 

Win. of Bavaria as King of Romans, v. 305. 
attends Diet of Augsburg [1550], vi. 

429. 
sends pacific assurances to councillors 

of Hesse and Saxony, v. 310-11. 
won over by bribes, to support election 

of Ferdinand as King of the Romans, v. 

323 (n. 1). 
Emperor's fruitless negotiations with, 

for peace, v. 352, 352 (n. 3). 
acts as mediator between Emperor 

and Protestants, v. 382. 
recommends that Saxony and Hesse, 

etc., should be left free in exercise of their 

religion until meeting of General Council, 

v. 382-3. 
declines to support prolongation of 

Swabian League, v. 405. 
urged by Vice-Chancellor Held to 

aid in formation of Christian Alliance in 

opposition to Smalcald League, vi. 22. 

joins League of Nuremberg, vi. 25. 

threatened by Landgrave Philip of 

Hesse, vi. 32. 

prepares for war, vi. 36. 

Philip of Hesse's designs against, vi. 40. 

preparations for defence, vi. 41. 

remains faithful to Catholic Church, vi. 

71. 

extravagant tastes of, vi. 71. 

grants permission to provincial Diet to 

organise their own church system, vi. 71. 
concludes agreement with Maurice, 

Duke of Saxony, concerning Bishoprics of 

Magdeburg and Halberstadt, etc., vi. 71-2. 
insists on Catholic worship being pre- 
served at Halle, vi. 72. 
transfers his residence from Halle to 

Mayence, vi. 72. 
■ declines to convene Congress at Coblentz 

or Limburg, vi. 98. 
abused by Luther and Smalcald Con- 
federates, vi. 142. 
desires that Duke William of Bavaria's 

note be submitted to Council of Princes, 

vi. 153. 
Protestants at Diet of Spires [1542] 

demand that Chancellorship of Empire 

be taken from, vi. 169. 
comes to an understanding with Land- 
grave Philip of Hesse, v. 183. 
boasts of alliance with Landgrave 

Philip of Hesse, v. 184. 
denounced from pulpits at instigation 

of Luther, vi. 266. 
his neutrality during Smalcaldic War, 

vi. 347. 
extortions of Elector John Frederic 

of Saxony from, vi. 347. 
agrees, with reservations, to Edict of 

' Interim Religion ' at Diet of Augsburg 

[May 15, 1548], vi. 403. 
dissuaded by Charles V. from leaving 

Council of Trent, vi. 469. 
his pitiable plight, vi. 473. 



Albert of Brandenburg sends embassy to 

Elector Maurice offering to become traitor 

to Church, vi. 473. 
fleeced by Margrave Albert of Branden- 

burg-Culnibach. vi. 489. 
joins in ' agreement ' with ' arbitrating 

Princes ' at Congress at Heidelberg [1553], 

vi. 507. 
■ urged by Zasius to attend Diet of 

Augsburg [1554], vi. 539-40. 
his action concerning motion for 

' perpetual peace ' at Diet of Augsburg 

[1555], vi. 546. 
instructs his ambassadors at Diet 

[1555] to concede demands of Protestants, 

vi. 547. 
ceases to take part in Council of Princes, 

ix. 17. 
Luther's letter to, concerning effect 

on people of caricatures of clergy [1525], 

xi. 56. 
magnificent state kept up by, and his 

love of building, xi. 128-9. 
introduces Renaissance style in his 

palace at Halle, xi. 129. 
demolishes churches, etc., for obtaining 

materials for new cathedral [1523], xi. 129. 
his prayer-books and episcopal staff 

and pax, xi. 129 (w. 1). 
other buildings erected by, xi. 130, 

130 (n. 1). 

his death, vi. 293, 293 (n. 5). 

his poverty at time of death, xi. 130. 

on decay of Catholic and progress of 

Protestant schools, xiii. 58, 58 (n. 2). 

his jewelled cross, xv. 274, 274 (n. 4). 

costly materials ordered by, xv. 279, 

279 (n. 2). 
his lukewarm attitude towards Catholic 

Church, xvi. 56, 59, 59 (n. 1). 

monument to, xi. 211, 211 (n. 4). 

death of [1545], vi. 293, 293-4 (n. 5). 

For biography see Albrecht von 

Brandenburg. 
Albert, Margrave of Brandenburg-Culmbach, 

goes to Court of France to make final 

arrangements for carrying out objects of 

alliance between German Protestant 

Princes and Henry II., vi. 444. 

— his opinion as to conduct of campaign, 

vi. 447. 
acts as representative of Germany at 

conclusion of Treaty of Chambord with 

Henry II. of France, vi. 449. 
his ' Evangelical War ' of [1552], vi. 

449-79. 

brutalities committed by, vi. 450. 

depravity of personal habits, vi. 452-3. 

his extravagance, vi. 453. 

writes to Elector Maurice to hasten his 

preparations for war, vi. 454. 
joins Confederated Princes, with his 

troops, at Rothenburg, vi. 454. 
issues manifesto to justify his war on 

Emperor, vi. 455. 

devastates district round Ulm, vi. 456. 

separates from other Princes of League 

and prosecutes war on own account, 

vi. 456. 

extorts money from Geislingen. vi. 456. 

has interview at, with Duke Chris- 
topher of Wurtemberg, vi. 456. 
burns Cistercian monastery of Konigs- 

bronn, vi. 456. 

proceeds towards Franconia, vi. 456. 

summons knights, etc., of, to join 

League of Princes, vi. 457. 
lays siege to Nuremberg [1552], vi. 

457-9. 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Albert, Margrave -of Brandenburg-Oulm- 

bach, brutalities committed during siege 

"i Nuremberg, vi. 459-60. 
- boasts of own actions, vi. 487-8 and 

188 [n. 1). 
parts from Confederates and marches 

olf towards the Main, vi. 489. 

extorts treasure from Archbishop of 

Mayence, vi. 489. 
burns towns of Bischofsheim, Milten- 

berg, and Amorbach, vi. 489. 
extorts money from town of Asehaffen- 

burg and destroys its Chancellory, vi. 489. 
summons Archbishop of Treves to de- 
liver up Coblentz and fortress of Ehren- 

breitstein, vi. 490. 
disclaims all connection with Treaty of 

Passau, vi. 489. 
joins Confederate Princes before Frank- 

fort-am-Main, vi. 490. 

assaults town of Frankfort, vi. 490-1. 

remains true to France, vi. 492. 

invades Bishoprics of Worms and Spires, 

vi. 492. 
demands that gates of Strasburg should 

at all times stand open to himself and 

Henry II. of France, vi. 492. 
returns to camp of Allies before Frank- 
fort, vi. 492. 
indignation at treatment of King 

Henry II. of France by League of Princes, 

vi. 492-3. 
singled out by Henry II. of France as 

his one true friend among German Princes, 

vi. 493. 
advised by Henry II. to attack the 

Netherlands, vi. 493. 
stirs up mutiny among Elector Maurice's 

soldiers, vi. 494. 
conduct of King Henry II. of France, 

vi. 495. 
— — meditates continuing siege of Frankfort, 

vi. 495. 

efforts of no avail, vi. 495. 

withdraws toMay ence and Tre ves, vi . 495 . 

pillages Oppenheim, vi. 495. 

writes threatening letter to Elector 

Palatine and Dukes of Bavaria and Wur- 

temberg, declaring his loyalty to King of 

France, vi. 496-7. 
marches into Luxemburg and destroys 

towns of Wasserbillich, Grevenmacheru, 

Etemlch, Konigsmachern, and Ketten- 

tiofen, vi. 497. 

— goes to Pont-a-Mousson. vi. 497. 
receives commendations from Henry II. 

of France, who urges him to undertake 

campaign in Netherlands, vi. 497-8. 
mutual recriminations between, and 

K Ing Henry II. of France, vi. 498. 
mutiny stirred up in camp through 

machinations of King of France, vi. 498. 
■ concludes treaty with Emperor Charles 

V., vi. :,<iu I. 506. 

— threats against Elector Maurice of 
Saxony, vi. 505. 

leaves camp before Metz and leaves 

• trice of Emperor [1553], vi. 506. 

— — declines to come to terms with Bishops 
"i I'.amberg and WUrzburg, vi. 506-7. 

captures Bamberg, \i. 607-8. 

captures Wnrzburg, vi. 508. 

cruelties perpetuated by, in captured 

Bishoprics, vi. 508. 

seizes treasure at Bchwelnfurt and 

A I. hey of 1'ulda. vi. 508. 

makes war on Nuremberg, vi. 608-9. 

Nuremberg makes reprisals on, vi. 

509. 



Albert, Margrave of lirandeub irg-Culmbach, 
lays siege to Lichtenau and Hohenstein, in 
Bohemia, vi. 509. 

— expresses hope of obtaining crown of 
Bohemia, vi. 509. 

a league formed against, at Congress 

at Eger, vi. 510. 
invades Nether Saxony [1553], vi. 

513-4. 

— marches towards Arnstadt, vi. 514. 

plunders district of Erfurt, vi. 514. 

levies contributions from Halberstadt, 

vi. 514. 

— invades Brunswick, vi. 514. 

invades Bishoprics of Hildesheim and 

Muiden, vi. 514. 
defeated at battle of Sievershausen by 

allied troops of Maurice of Saxony, 

Franconian Bishops, King Ferdinand, and 

Duke Henry of Brunswick, vi. 514. 
defeated near Brunswick by Duke 

Henry, vi. 516. 

loses greater part of territories, vi. 516. 

sentence of outlawry issued against, 

by Imperial Chamber, vi. 516. 
brutalities enacted by, against own 

subjects, vi. 516-7, 517 (n. 1). 

— issues orders for the burning of Winds- 
heim, Ipshofen, Kitzingen, and Nuremberg, 
vi. 517. 

bribe offered to, by Henry II. of France. 

to attack Emperor Charles V. in Guelders, 

vi. 518. 
demands larger sum and negotiations 

broken off, vi. 518. 
compelled to abandon fortress of 

Schweinfurt, vi. 518. 
defeated by Confederate army between 

Volkach and Kitzingen, vi. 518. 

escapes across the Main, vi. 518. 

his lands sequestrated, vi. 519. 

escapes to France, vi. 519. 

letter to Duke Albert of Prussia on 

schisms among theologians, vi. 537. 
held in terror by spiritual Princes, vi. 

547. 
threatens war should Protestant de- 
mands at Diet of Augsburg [1555] not be 

satisfied, vi. 555. 
ruin caused by his ' evangelical war,' 

xv. 495, 495 (n. 4). 

devil appears to, xii. 378. 

Ranke's estimate of character of, 

vi. 460 (n. 1). 
views of Elector Maurice of Saxony and 

Dr. Zasius on. vi. 487. 
Albert of Prussia, Duke, sometime Margrave 

of Brandenburg and Grand Master of 

Teutonic Order, ii. 265 ; iv. 356 ; v. 484 ; 

vi. 207, 217 (n. 2), 250, 288 (n. 3), 447-8, 

459, 493, 495, 549, 553 ; vii. 39 (n. 4), 

45, 143, 145 ; xi. 131 ; xii. 378 ; xiv. 

155, 159. 
gambling habits of, iv. 147. 

— letter of, on ' Peasants' Rising,' iv. 
208-9, 209 (n. 1). 

— becomes member of new church, v. 34. 
joins Saxo-Hessian league, v. 58 and 58 

(n. 1). 

— sides with Philip of Hesse against 
Breslau alliance, v. 171. 

promises military aid to Elector John 
of Saxony, v. 72. 

— promises aid to Protestant Princes 
against Ferdinand, v. 175. 

conversion of, to Lutheranism, v. 106. 

visits Luther at Wittenberg, v. 106. 

elected Grand Master of Teutonic 

Order [1511 1, v. Appendix, note ix. p. 548. 



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Albert of Prussia grants Livonia and Courland 
to Brothers of the Sword, v. Appendix, note 
ix. p. 548. 
renounces right to redeem the Neumark, 

v. Appendix, note ix. p. 548. 

— goes to Germany in 1523 to obtain 
assistance of Empire for his Order, v. 

Appendix, note ix. p. 549. t 
gives assurance of devotion and fealty 

to Emperor and Empire at Diet of Nurem- 
berg, v. Appendix, note ix. p. 549. 
melancholy conditions of private life of, 

v. Appendix, note x. p. 549. 
appeals to Pope Adrian VI. to issue 

edict against Knights of Teutonic Order 

who had gone over to new faith, v. 110. 
casts suspicion on King of Poland 

with regard to attitude towards Teutonic 

Knights and Lutheranism, v. 110. 
informs Luther of his intention to 

reform Order in accordance with Luther's 

opinions, v. 110. 
assures Pope of his loyalty to Holy 

Roman Empire, v. 111. 
writes two contradictory letters to 

Bishop of Samland, v. 111. 

writes to papal legate Campeggio, v. 111. 

petitions Sigmund, King of Poland, to 

create him secular Duke of Prussia, v. 112. 
proposal meets with opposition from 

Polish Imperial Council, v. 112. 

concludes treaty with Sigmund, v. 112. 

annulling edict issued against, by 

Emperor Charles V., v. 112. 
summoned to Imperial High Court of 

Justice, v. 112 (n. 1). 

banned, v. 112 (n. 1). 

guilty of threefold perjury, v. 113. 

hands over title-deeds of Teutonic 

Order to King of Poland, v. 113. 
becomes Duke of Prussia and vassal 

of King of Poland, v. 113. 
receives oath of allegiance from Prussian 

provincial Estates as Duke of Prussia, 

v. 113. 
accepts resignations of Bishops of 

Samland and Pomesania, v. 113-4. 
confers lands and honours on Teutonic 

Knights, v. 114. 

issues religious ' edict,' v. 114-5. 

applies to Estates for means to support 

his dignities, v. 115. 

appropriates Church treasures, v. 115-6. 

gets all ecclesiastical power into own 

hands, v. 116. 
marries [1526] Dorothea of Denmark, 

v. 116-7. 
suffers from insubordination of his 

nobility, v. 117-8. 
causes his court preacher, Funk, to be 

beheaded, v. 118 (n. 1). 
on consecration of his Lutheran brother 

William as Archbishop of Riga, vi. 70-1. 

Luther's denunciation of, vi. 279. 

letter to, on ' Interim Religion,' from 

Albert, Margrave of Brandenburg-Culm- 

bach, vi. 404-5. 
has interview with Margrave Hans of 

Brandenburg-Ciistrin, vi. 422-3, 438. 
enters into negotiations with Denmark, 

vi. 423. 
his wedding, alliance entered into at, 

vi. 425. 
with Margrave Hans of Brandenburg- 
Ciistrin and Duke John Albert of Mecklen- 
burg, vi. 425. 

letter to, from Aquila, vi. 433. 

-^ — his wish for inclusion of Margrave 

Albert of Brandenburg-Culmbach into 



League of Princes vetoed [ = Fiirstenbund], 
vi. 439. 

Albert of Prussia, letter from Claus Berner to 
vi. 439 (m. 2). 

letter from Margrave Albert of Branden- 
burg-Culmbach to, on schisms in Church, 
vi. 537. 

his subterfuges in order to procure 

Archbishopric of Riga for his brother 
William, vi. 550. 

causes Osiander to publish his Confes- 
sion of Faith, vii. 13. 

takes Osiander under his protection, 

vii. 13, 16-7. 

letter to Philip of Hesse, vii. 15 (». 1). 

forbids practice of slandering from 

pulpit, vii. 17. 

his helplessness in face of religious dis- 
sensions in Prussia, vii. 301-2. 

deluded by his court preacher, Funk, 

vii. 302. 

— caught in toils of Paul Scalich, vii. 303. 

loads him with benefits, vii. 303-4. 

renudiates Osianderite doctrines, vii. 

304. 

— fruitless endeavours to save life of 
Funk, vii. 304-5. 

pronounces the combination of Augs- 
burg Confession and Smalcald Articles 

binding on Prussia, vii. 305. 
ecclesiastical statute issued by, vii. 

305-6. 

his domestic troubles, vii. 306. 

■ his depression, and death, vii. 306. 

— - compels sorcerer to change into wolf, 

xi. 383. 

— appointed executor by Duke John 

William of Saxony, viii. 178. 
founds Konigsberg University [1544], 

xiii. 295. 
his anxiety concerning dissensions 

in, and discipline, xiii. 296-7. 
his conquest of Mayence [1552], xiv. 

454. 
costly materials supplied to [1536], 

xv. 278-9, 279 (n. 1). 
his jewels, xv. 272, 272 (n. 4). 

For biography see Albrecht von Preussen. 
Albert of Hapsburg, son of Rudolph, elected 

Emperor of Germany, ii. 120, 125. 
efforts for reunification of Empire, 

ii. 120. 

assassination of, ii. 121. 

estimate of, ii. 121 (n.). 

hopes inspired by, ii. 125-6. 

his plans of reform, ii. 126. 

early death of, ii. 126. 

Albert of Mansfeld, Count, v. 204, 294 ; vi. 

280, 371. 

joins Saxo-Hessian League, v. 58. 

letter from Luther, v. 280 (n. 2) ; 

xiii. 415-6, 416 (n. 1). 

— attends meeting at Smalcald, v. 333. 
joins Smalcald League, v. 334. 

placed in command of troops raised to 

oppose Emperor Charles V. by Nether- 
Saxon League, vi. 365. 

joins troops under General Wilhelm 

von Thumshirn, vi. 365. 
See also Mansfeld, Counts of. 

Albert of Mecklenburg, Duke, xiv. 502-3. 

bribed by Francis I., ii. 276. 

together with Elector Maurice of 

Saxony and Duke William of Hesse, issues 
manifesto in justification of war on 
Emperor, vi. 454-5. 

bribe offered to, by Henry II. of France, 

to attack Emperor Charles V. in Guelders, 
vi. 518. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Albert of Meissen, Duke, ii. 40. 

takes Meissen, etc, and forms Albertine 

branch of Wettin family, ii. 160. 

Albert of Nassau, Count, letter of Archbishop 
Gebhardto, on snbj of the Papacy, 

ix. 4:?. 

Albert of Saxony, Duke, cost of his hat, i. 349, 
351. 

household laws of, i. 351-2. 

Albert of Waldstein [Wallenstein]. Duke, 
Generalissimus of Imperial forces of 
Friedland, informs Archduke Matthias of 
Calvinist League organised at Rositz 
against Emperor Rudolf II., ix. 502. 

his wild career at Nuremberg Uni- 
versity [15991, xiii. 308-10, 310 (n. 1). 
For biography see Albrecht von Wald- 
stein. 

Albert of Wiirtemberg, Duke, iii. 58. 

called upon to dispense with doctors 

of law, ii. 179. 

attempt to expel, iii. 107-8. 

Albert Achilles of Hohenzollern, Elector of 
Brandenburg, mottoes of, ii. 127. 

law passed by, preventing any vassal 
leaving country without permit, xv. 
155 (n. 2). 

Albrecht Alcibiades of Anspach-Brandenburg- 
Culmbach [the Incendiary Prince], vi. 489- 
519 : Ix. 74; xiv. 256. 

di lines position of Hermann von Wied, 
Archbishop of Cologne, vi. 295-7. 
eulogy of Charles V., vi. 296. 

— some hope of his submission to Council, 
vi. 307. 

Emperor Charles V.'s promises to, 

vi. 309. 
supplies troops for Imperial army 

[1546-7], vi. 337. 
surprised and taken prisoner at Roch- 

litz, by Elector John Frederic of Saxony, 

vi. 360. 

favours ' Interim Religion,' vi. 404. 

letter to Duke Albert of Prussia 

concerning, vi. 404-5. 
his drunken orgies whilst attending 

Diet of Augsburg [1547-8], vi. 392, 392 

(n. 1). 
joins League of Princes [ = Ftirsten- 

bund], vi. 425. 

— raises army to fight for England against 
France, vi. 425-6. 

— meets Elector Maurice at Zwickau, 
vi. 426. 

letter to Maurice, suggesting dethrone- 
ment of Emperor Charles V., vi. 426-7. 

laments war not being declared, vi. 427. 

returns to Plassenburg, vi. 427. 

letter to Agnes, wife of Elector Maurice 

of Saxony, vi. 427. 

lays siege to town of Magdeburg, vi. 436. 

marches with Elector Maurice to Saxony 

to attack Count Volrad von Mansfeld and 
Baron Hans von Heideck, near Cella, 
vi. 436-7. 

Margrave Hans of Brandenburg- 

CBstrin declines to admit. Into League of 
Princes [ = FUrstenbund]. vi. 439. 

— associate of William of Grumbach, vii. 
377-81, 379 (n. 1). 

' Albert Alcibiades,' Voigt, vi. 343 (n. 1), 

'I (n. 1), 405 (n. 1), 421 (n. 2), 426 (n. 1), 

439 (n. 2), 450 (n. 1), 453 (n. 1), 457 (n. 1), 

171 (n. 3), 498 (n. 1), 537 (n. 3) ; viii. 

51. 

Albert Frederic of Prussia, Duke [son of 
Albert, past Grand Master of Tcui 
Order], his nervous terrors and fit -^ ol 
violence, vii. 300. 



Albert, John, Franciscan Cathedra] preacher 
at Ratisbon, xiv. 259. 

Albert, Lorenz, publisher of first German 
Grammar, xiii. 388. 

Albert, the Elder, Margrave, viii. 84. 

Alberti, Leon Battista, upon Architecture, 
xi. 114 (n. 2). 

Albertine branch of House of Saxony, vi. 181. 

possible fate of, vi. 484. 

Albertinus, Aegidius, Bavarian Court Secre- 
tary and Catholic Controversialist, xi. 12 ; 
xiv. 340, 340 (n. 1). 

on extravagance and ostentation dis- 
played bv ruling classes in secular archi- 
tecture [1616] in his Von der Werlte 
Eitelkeit and Lucifers Konigreich, x. 128, 
128 (». 1). 

his abuse of Protestants in ditto, 

x. 237-8. 

drinking-song quoted by, in his De 

Conviviis, xi. 299. 

on foreign comedians, xii. 162, 162 

(n. 3). 

his Landstortzer, xii. 162 and 162 

(n. 3), 179 and 179 (n. 4), 184 (n. 1), 216 
(«• 2). 

his criticism of moral effect of women 

on the stage, xii. 183-4. 

his Hausspolizei, xii. 184 (». 1), 195 

(n. 1), 207 (n. 2). 

on misuse of Church music in Hauss- 

polizei [1602], xi. 250 and 250 (w. 3). 

on use of unsuitable books in schools in 

Hausspolizei, xiii. 74-5, 75 (w. 1). 

Lucifers Konigreich [1616], xii. 162 

(w. 3), 207 (n. 2), 216 (n. 2). 

— his extraordinary stories of devils in, 
xii. 344-6, 346 (n. 1). 

— on indecencies of current literature 
[16th cent.], xii. 194-5. 

his Hirnschleifer, xii. 207 (n. 2). 

his Kriegsleut Weckuhr, xii. 207 (n. 2). 

his report on cruel punishments in- 
flicted by schoolmasters in Bavaria [1616], 
xiii. 56, 56 (». 3). 

contrasts table customs of Italy, Spain, 

and Germany in his Der Landstortzer, 
xv. 241, 241 (n. 2). 

on 'drunken brothers' [1598] in his 

De Conviviis, xv. 346-7, 347 (n. 1). 

on fashion in beards and hair, xv. 

363-4. 

his Der Welt Tummel- und Schauplatz, 

xv. 364 (n. 1). 

on folly of female dress in his Hauss- 
polizei and Lucifers Konigreich, xv. 367, 
367 (n. 2), 368-9, 368 (n. 2), 369 (n. 1). 

his reproof of servant's love of finery, 

xv. 379 (n. 3). 

on growth of drunkenness and drinking 

customs, in his De Conviviis and Lucifers 
Kdnigreich, etc., and Der LandstSrtzer, 
xv. 393-4, 394 (n. 1, 2), 396, 396 (n. 2). 

on opportunities given for eating and 

drinking, xv. 398 (n. 1). 

on effects of gluttony and drinking in 

his Christi Konigreich und Seelengejaid, 
xv. 423 (n. 2). 

— on adulteration of wines, xv. 416, 
416 (n. 3). 

— on beggars and vagrants in his Der 
Welt-Tummel- und Schauplatz [1612], 
xiv. 510-11, 511 (n. 1). 

Albertus, Laurentius, his objection to 

Lutheran German, xiv. 414. 
Albertus, Magnus, i. 113 ; xii. 306, 306 (n. 2). 
Albertus, l'ius, Prince of Carpi, on effects of 

Ulrich von Hutten's literary works, iii. 

75-6. 



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Albertus Pius, blames Erasmus for tone of 
the Epistoloe Virorum Obscurorum, iii. 69. 

Alberus, Erasmus, Hymn by [1548], xv. 
469 (n. 1). 

on robbery of churches and the poor, 

xv. 488, 488 (n. 1). 

Albigenses, x. 207, 265. 

accused of league with devil, and 

terrible crimes, xvi. 228. 

Albinus, Peter, mineralogist, his Meissnische 
Bergchronik [1590], xiii. 507, 507 {n. 3). 

' Albrecht Altdorfer, der Maler von Regens- 
burg,' M. Friedlander, xi. 234 (n. 3). 

Albrecht, Bartholomew, his Memorandum to 
imperial court on absence of uniform 
coinage [1606], xv. 77-8, 77 (n. 2). 

' Albrecht Diirer,' v. Eye, xi. 103 (n. 1). 

Albrecht, Bernhard, sermon by, in his Magia, 
xvi. 285, 285 (n. 2). 

■ his Magia, xvi. 298 (n. 3), 513 (n. 3). 

Albrecht, Lorenz, his conversion to Catholi- 
cism [1567-68], x. 36 (n. 1). 

writes Bericht vom Bapst Johanne dem 

achten, a refutation of the Popess Johanna 
and the ' Ulrich ' legends, x. 36 (w. 1). 

' Albrecht V.,' Gotz, vii. 120 (n. 1). 

' Albrecht von Bayern und d. Hallische Heilig- 
tumsbuch,' G. von Terey, xi. 129 (n. 1). 

' Albrecht von Brandenburg,' Hennes, iv. 282 
(n. 1). 

'Albrecht von Preussen,' Hase, vii. 12 (n. 1), 
13 (n. 3). 

'Albrecht von Waldsteins Studentjahre,' K. 
Patsch, xiii. 310 (n. 1). 

Albrecht : see also Albert. 

Albumazar, xii. 283. 

Alcabala, the, viii. 125. 

'Alchemie,' Kopp, xii. 281 (n. 1), 291 (n. 1), 
293 (n. 1) ; xiv. 9 (n. 1, 2), 10 (n. 3), 12 
(n. 1) ; xv. 281 (n. 2, 3), 283 (n. 1, 4), 284 
(w. 1), 292 (n. 1), 295 (n. 1), 298 (n. 1). 

' Alchemisten und Goldmacher an deutschen 
Furstenhofen,' E. Otto, xv. 293 (». 1). 

Alchemists, xii. 292-3 ; xv. 281-98. 

Alchemy, science of, popularity of, xii. 291-3. 

Agricola's rejection of, xiii. 502, 502 

(»■ 3). 
enormous number of books on, xu. 

291 (n. 1), 295. 
Joachim II. of Brandenburg's interest 

in, vi. 66 (n. 1). 

writings on, xii. 295-301. 

Alchimia [1589], xii. 343, 343 (n. 2). 
Alchymie-Spiegel [1613], xii. 291 (n. 1). 
Alciatus, Andrew, Italian jurist and pro- 
fessor of Jurisprudence at Bourges [1529- 

36], xiii. 403, 413. 
Alcoran, the, viii. 158. 
printed by Oporinus, sale of, prohibited 

in Basle [1542], xiv. 507. 
Aldegrever, Heinrich, engraver, i. 225. 
— — engravings of, xi. 58 (n. 2), 62 (n. 1) . 

his treatment of ' Death,' xi. 217. 

his indelicacy, xi. 234. 

■ ■ sentenced by magistrate at Soest for 

indecent painting, xi. 239. 
Aldenhausen, vii. 293. 
Alderspach, Abbot of, xiii. 434. 
Aleander, Hieronymus, Papal Nuncio, v. 392 ; 

vi. 30, 407 ; xvi. 62. 

sent as Papal Legate to Germany.iii. 1 70. 

distinguished humanist and popular 

lecturer, iii. 170. 
reports revolt against Apostolic Chair 

in Germany, to Pope, iii. 171. 
advises burning of Luther's books, 

iii. 172. 
meets with serious difficulties in 

Cologne [1520], iii. 172. 



Aleander, Hieronymus, pronounces Erasmus 

to be ' worse than Luther,' iii. 174. 
persuades Charles V. against trial of 

Luther at Worms, iii. 175. 
requires Emperor, at Worms, to confer 

his sanction on bull of excommunication 

against Luther, iii. 177-8. 

■ hopes for peace of Church, iii. 181-2. 

recognises need for reform in Church, 

iii. 183. 
appeals to Pope for reforms in Church, 

iii. 183. 

his life threatened in Worms, iii. 185. 

reports unrest in Worms, iii. 187. 

on power of Sickingen, iii. 187. 

commissioned by Emperor to draw up 

edict against Luther, iii. 196. 
complains of Albrecht, Archbishop of 

Mavence, iii. 250. 

letters of, v. 383 (n. 2). 

as to feeling of German nation towards 

Rome, v. 392-4. 
— — on evil effect of absence of Emperor 

from Germany, v. 394. 

his report to Rome [1521], xvi. 52. 

Alegambe, ix. 329 (w. 1), 330 (n. 1), 331 (n. 1) ; 

xiii. 394 (n. 1). 
Bibl. Script. Soc. Jesu [1643], xiv. 

367 (». 1). 
Aleman, Mateo, his Guzman de Alfarache, 

xii. 162 (n. 3). 
Alemanni, book on national law of the, by 

John Sichardt, xiii. 421. 
'Alemannia,' Berlinger, xii. 47 {n. 2), 290 (n. 1). 
Alen, religious disturbances in [1533], v. 457. 
Alencon, Duke of, as suitor for hand of Queen 

Elizabeth of England, viii. 115. 
elected as their head, by insurgent 

provinces in Netherlands [1581], ix. 35. 
■ signs treaty surrendering Holland, 

Zealand, and Utrecht to Prince William of 

Orange, ix. 35. 
takes possession of bishopric and town 

of Cambrai [1581], ix. 35, 36. 
inaugurated as Duke of Brabant [1582], 

ix. 35. 
proposal at Diet of Augsburg [1582] 

to recall all Germans who had attached 

themselves to, and to forbid others to join. 

ix. 39. 
— — effort among Catholics in ' Council of 

Princes ' to institute proceedings against, 

ix. 39. 
his intrigues with town of Aix-la- 

Chapelle, ix. 40. 
proffers help to Archbishop Gebhard in 

conversion of Archbishopric of Cologne to 

Protestantism, ix. 52. 

his death [1584], ix. 90 (n. 1), 105-6. 

Alesius, professor of theology at Frankfort- 

on-the-Oder, xiii. 299 (n. 4). 
Alexander, Papal Legate [1521], and Diet of 

Worms on cowardice of Bishops, v. 308. 
Alexander of Parma, ix. 47. 
— ■ — his molestation of neighbouring states, 

ix. 36-7. 
Alexander III., Pope, restrains persecution of 

Jews, ii. 77 (n. 1). 
prohibits study of Justinian Code, ii . 

169. 

as ' Antichrist,' x. 12-15. 

■ account given by Placius in ' Magde- 
burg Centuries ' of his relations with 

Emperor Frederic Barbarossa, x. 12-15. 
pamphlet on subject of [1545], with 

preface by Luther, x. 16-17. 

true record of his reconciliation with 

Emperor Frederic Barbarossa at Venice 
[1177], x. 14-15. 



13 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Alexander HI., abuse of Alexander III. by 

David Meier, \. 19 20. 
Alexander VI.. Pope, x.24 (». 1). 
indifference to Turkish conquests, n. 

201. 
'Alexander Colin und seine Werke,' David v. 

Schonherr, xi. 141 (re. 2). 
Alexandria, vili. 219. 
undue amount of German money in, xv. 

73. « „ 
Francis I. demands cession of, from 

Emperor, v. 440. 
Alexians, the. xv. 437. 
Alfeld. Augustine von (Franciscan), xiv. 

276 (re. 2), 292. 
his treatises in defence of Primacy and 

against Luther [1520], xiv. 251, 251 (n. 2). 
Alfelder, religious conditions at, xvi. 126. 
Algau : see Allgau. 
Algebra, first school-book of, in German 

language, xiii. 476. 
Algsrraann, Benefit in v. Strombeck, xv. 

291 (re. 1). 
Algersheimer, Johann, Lutheran preacher at 

I'rankfort-am-Main, iv. 334 ; v. 122. 
Algiers, vi. 178. 

conquered bv Sultan Selini I., ii. 241. 

Charles V. plans to attack, v. 441. 

undertakes expedition to, vi. 164. 

becomes centre of piracy, vi. 164. 

to be attacked by forces of the ' Holy 

League ' [1571], viii. 107. 
Alkmaar, school of ' Brethren of Social 

Life * at, size of, i.61. 
Allard, H. J.. Een Plnkknnt dea Zivijgers ten 

gunsts der Inquisitie. viii. 20 (re. 2). 
Allen, History of Denmark, v. 485 (re. 1). 
Allen, William, founds Englidi College at 

Douay, viii. 263. 
Allendorf, bunting fines in [1591], xv. 212. 
Allendorf, Ada o von, i. 83. 
Allendorf, Philip von, his complaint of Jewish 

usury in poem Der Juden Badstub [1535], 

xv. 62-3, 63 (re. 1). 
Allenstadt, report on morals at [1535], xvi. 

42. 
• Aller Practik Grossmutter,' by J. Fischart, 

xi. :S7:i ; xii. 207 (n. 2). 

original title of, xi. 377 (n. 3). 

' Allerhand von Gelehrten und Curieusen 

Sachen,' x. 516 (n. 3). 
Allersberg, district of, sold to town of Nurem- 
berg by Counts Philip and Otto Heinrich 

of Pfalz-Neuburg [1542], vi. 22(3-7. 
compelled to become Protestant, v. 

227. 
Allgau, the, iv. 331. 
confessions of peasant leaders in the, 

iv 175. 182. 
peasants of, incited to rebellion [1524], 

iv. 226. 

risim: in. iv. 227, 228. 

plunder of churches, etc., in, by peasants 

of, iv. 233-4. 
i "f. withdraw from 'brother- 
hood,' iv. 237-8. 
peasants hold meeting at Eglofs to over- 
throw treaty with the Truchsess, iv. 

peasants of, reassemble, iv. 238-9. 

of , stirred up bv demagogues, 
iv. 241 2. 

natural disturbances in. xii. 247. 

Allgauers, Beebauers and Baltringers, union 

between, iv. 228-9. 
Allgemeine Deutsch. Biogr.,' viii. 8 (n. 1). 
74 (n. 1). 196 (n. 1); ix. 150 (re. 1), 274 
<r». 2) ; x. 323 (re. 2), 504 (re. 1) ; xi. 277 
(n. 8), 270 (re. 2). 357 (re.1) ; xii. 71 <■ 



75 (n. 1), 162 (re. 3) ; xiii. 78 (re. 2), 79 (re. 1), 
383 (re. 1), 469 (re. 2), 475 (re. 4), 480 (n. 1), 
490 (n. 1), 493 (re. 1), 501 (re. 3), 509 
(n. 2), 518 (n. 2), 521 (n. 2), 522 (n. 2), 
541 (n 1), 542 (re. 1) ; xiv. 3 (n 2), 23 (re. 1), 
83 (n. 4), 273 (re. 3), 296 (re. 1), 341 (re. 1, 3), 
342 (re. 21, 492 (n. 1, 2), 499 (re. 2) ; xv. 231 
(re. 2) : xvi. 388 (n. 1), 441 (re. 1). 
' Allgemeine Evangelish-Lutherische Kirchen- 
zeitung,' xiii. 13 (n. 1), 488 (re. 1). 

- immerwahrende geistliche Practica.' 
A. Pancratius. xv. 473 (re. 2). 

Zeitschrift fur Geschichte,' Schmidt, vii. 

94 (re. 1). 
Zeitung,' vii. 173 (re. 5), 330 (n. 1); 

ix. 369 (re. 3). 382 (re. 1) ; xi. 317 (n. 1) ; 

xii. 357 (re. 1). 358 (re. 2). 360 (re. 1) : xiii. 

231 (re. 1), 422 (re. 1), 468 (re. 2), 470 (n. 1); 

xiv. 129 (re. 5) ; xv. 5 (re. 1 2), 23 (re. 3), 137 

(re. 2), 145 (re. 3), 291 (re. 1), 359 (re. 1). 

502 (n. 2) ; xvi. 76 (n. 1), 213 (re. 1), 320 

(w. 2). 
Welt Historie' (Die), by F. D. Haberlin, 

iv. 49 (n. 1). 
' Allgemeines Bibliographisches Lexikon,' xiii. 

522 (n. 1). 

— Gelehrten-Lexicon,' Jocher, xii. 210 
(n. 3). 

Literaturblatt dsr Leogesslischaft,' xi. 

22 (re. 1). 
Alliance, separate secret, concluded between 

Elector of Saxony, Landgrave of Hesse, 

and towns of Strasburg, Ulni, and Nurem- 
berg, v. 219. 
Treaty of defensive, between Electors, 

Abp. Albrecht of Mayeuce, Abp. Hermann 

of Cologne, Abp. Richard of Treves, and 

the Palatine Elector Ludwig, iv. 357. 
Alliances of German Princes with foreign 

lands, v. 366-77, 373 (re. 2). 
Allihn, iv. 164. 
Allimanic Brothers, i. 16. 
Alliopagus, Oonstantius, xiii. 392. 
Allmers, R., Die Vnfreiheit der Friesen 

zwischen Weser und Jade, xv. 156 (re. 1). 
' Almansor von d. Kinder Schulspiegel,' by M. 

Hayneccius, xii. 147 (re. 1). 
d'Almazan's Report, viii. 372 (n. 1). 
Almeida, Francisco de, expedition of. to East 

ladies, ii. 58. 
Almeus, mortality from plague at [1584], xiv. 

76. 
' Aloes Caesae, hoc est, Andreae Caesalpini 

Itali, etc.,' N. Taurellus [1597]. xiv. 138 

(re. 3). 
' Alphabetum,' iv. 225-32 ; x. 33 (re. 5). 
de Monachis et Monasteriis,' Milensius 

[1613], xv. 330 (re. 1). 
Alpirsbach, Abbey of, regulations of, i. 314 

(».). 
church of, robbed bv force of arms, by 

Ulricli of VVttrtemberg, V. 423. 
Alsace : see Alsatia. 
Alsace, Chronicles of, i. 292. 
Alsatia, vii. 94 ; x. 621, 622. 

— its indebtedness to Ludwig Dringen- 
berg, i. 71. 

churches of, i. 174. 

— peasantry of, i. 231. 

— Wimpheling on prosperity of, i. 347. 

ineral prosperity of, ii. 53. 
conquest of, desired by France, ii. 192. 
disloyalty to Empire, ii. 224-5. 

Wimpheling on, ii. 225. 

called upon by Emperor Maximilian to 
relieve Worms from attacks of Franz von 
Sickingen, ii. 258. 

Anselm von Massmtlnster raises bauner 

01 * Bundschuh ' in, iv. 129-30. 



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INDEX 



Alsatia, influence of Hans Bohm in, iv. 131. 

Peasant War in, iv. 171. 

spread of peasant rising in, iv. 242. 

peasants of, stirred up by demagogues, 

iv. 241-2. 
demand contingents for peasants' 

army, iv. 243. 
inordinate stipulation made in their 

' Articles,' iv. 243-4. 
rout of insurgents of, at Elsasszabern, 

iv. 316. 
renewed efforts to incite peasants to 

rebellion in [1527], iv. 356 ; v. 173. 
towns of, in favour of reformed religion, 

vi. 297. 
— — active recruiting in, for Smalcaldic War, 

vi. 314. 

Henrv IT. of France threatens, vi. 465. 

Emperor Charles V., his progress 

through, vi. 500. 
plundered by troops of Count Palatine 

Wolfgang of Zweibriicken [1568], viii. 54. 
gathering in, of German army under 

Fabian von Dohna, levied for support of 

French Calvinists and Henry of Navarre 

in [1587], ix. 133. 
consequences to, of strife in Strasburg 

Chapter, ix. 174-83. 

misery prevalent in, ix. 174. 183. 

Capuchins extend into, ix. 343. 

Archduke Leopold quarters troops in, 

x. 460. 
Margraves of Ansbach and Baden 

advance into Strasburg district of, plunder- 
ing, etc., x. 460-1. 
Society for Preservation of Historic 

Monuments in, xi. 46 (n.). 
ravages of plague in [1609-11], xiv. 

84, 111. 
Franciscans as champions of Catholic 

Church in, xiv. 251. 
defence of Catholic Church by writers 

in, xiv. 305. 

beggars in, xv. 510. 

religious chaos in, xvi. 72, 72 (». 3). 

witch-persecution in, xvi. 425. 

Alsen, persecution of witches on, xvi. 307 

<». 1). 
Alsfeld, Easter Passion-play at [1517], xii. 3. 
Alst, Paul von, his preface to his song-book 

Blumen und Ausbund allerhand auser- 

lesener weltlicher zuchtiger Lieder und 

Reime [1602], xi. 304. 
Alsted, John Henry, Professor at Herbora 

[1619], xiv. 177. 

later at Weissenburg, xiv. 177. 

his handbook Theologia scholastica, 

exhibens locos comm. theolog. methodo 

scholastica [1618], xiv. 182, 182 («. 1). 
Alsted, Saxony, iv. 88, 93. 

riots in, iv. 94. 

popular belief in, in ' inward inspira- 
tion,' iv. 112. 

ruin of, iv. 298. 

preachers in, iv. 299. 

Alstedlers, the, iv. 292. 

Alt-Dresden, hunting-house at, xv. 199, 199 

(». 1). 
Altar at St. Kilian, Heilbronn, i. 197. 

at Church of Our Lady, Cracow, i. 197. 

Altar-piece in Triebsec, i. 199. 

in Ummanz. i. 199. 

Altars in Calcar Church, i. 185-6. 

' AltdeutschePassionsspieleaus Tirol,' Wacker- 

nell, xii. 1 (n. 1), 2 (n. 2). 

Walder,' Grimm, xiii. 489 (n. 1). 

' Altdeutschen Glaser ' (Die). C Friedrich, xiii. 

504 (n. 2). 
Altdorf, x. 273. 



Altdorf, first field of labour of Capuchins 
[1581], ix. 343. 

Protestant Gymnasium removed from 

Nuremberg to [1575], xiii. 102, 102 (n. 1). 

school at, opening of [1575], xiii. 115. 

University, xiii. 310 (n. 1). 

opening ceremony of [1575], x. 294 

(n. 2). 

students of, viii. 429. 

Altdorfer, Albrecht, engraver, i. 225; ix. 173. 
and his pictures of the nude, xi. 234 

(n.3). 
' Altdoifer, A.,' M. Friedlander, xi. 173 (n. 1). 
' Alte Bamberger Recht (Das) als Quelle der 

Karolina,' H. Zopfl, xvi. 292 (n. 1). 
Hoch- und niederdeutsehe Volkslieder,' 

Uhland, xv. 358 (». 2). 
— — NiirnbergerKriminalrecht' (Das), Seifart 

and Knapp, xv. 40 (n. 3); xvi. 38 (n. 3), 

176 (n. 2), 178 (n. 2), 180 (n. 1), 182 (n. 3), 

205 (n. 1), 301 (n. 6), 484 (n. 2). 
Testament' (Das), Deutsch, M. Luther, 

Vuittemberg, xiv. 405. 
Universitat Koln' (Die), Bianco, xiv. 

360 (n. 5). 
Alten Yssel, the (river), ix. 88. 
Altenburg, saffron growing at, i. 340. 

prosperity of peasantry of, i. 346. 

tin mines of, ii. 40. 

Burgomaster of, Luther's letter to, iii. 

268. 
religious conference at [1568-69], viii. 

164. 

disastrous effect of, viii. 164. 

Duke John William of Saxony presides 

at, viii. 165. 
disorderly behaviour of theologians at, 

viii. 165. 
Elector Augustus's enmity towards 

Flacians increased by, viii. 166. 

demoralisation in, xvi. 112. 

' Aitenburger Kirchenordnung vom Jahre 

1705.' 
Altenrath, George, of Hcrzberg attacks 

doctrine of omnipresence of Body of Christ 

in his Ubiquistischer Katechismus [1596], 

x. 268 and 268 (n. 1). 
Altenstadt, report of Church inspectors at 

[1543], xv. 41. 
Altensteig, John, pastor at Muiddheim, xiv. 

314, 314 (n. 1). 
Altenzelle, Monastery of, hunting customs in, 

xv. 210-211. 
' Alter (die) der Kunst,' G. H. Schubert, xi. 83 

(n. 1), 
' Altes,' Weller, xiii. 6 (n. 2), 85 (n. 3), 86 

(n. 1); xv. 417 (w. 2). 
und Neues aus dem Schatz theologischer 

Wissenschaften,' ix. 51 (n. 1). 
und neues Berlin,' Mttller und Kiister, 

vii. 297 (n. 1). 
und neues Mecklenburg,' Franck, xiii. 

268 (n. 2) ; xv. 151 (n. 3, 4), 312 («. 1, 4), 

521 (n. 3). 
' Alteste deutsche Bergwerksbuch,' H. von 

Dechen, xiii. 495 (n. 2). 
Fassung von Melanchthons Ethik' (Die), 

H. Heineck, xiv. 129 (w. 5). 
osterreichisehe Herbarium' (Das), A. 

Kerner, xiii. 545 (n. 2). 

— Schriftsteller,' Fuchs, xiv. 58 (n. 1. 2, 3, 

4), 59 (n. 1). 
Altesten Passionsspiele (Die) in Tirol, 

Wackernagel, xii. 2 (n. 3). 
Statuten des geistlichen Seminars zu 

Wurzburg' (Die) [1668], xiii. 231 (n. 2). 
Althamer, Andrew, preacher of Nuremberg, 

on low state of morals, xvi. 27. 
on evil deeds committed by the devil in 



15 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



his Eyn Predig von dem Teuffel, das er 

alles VnglUch in der Welt anrichte [1532], 

xvi. 276-7, 277 (n. 1). 
Althaus, K., Predig von Kommenden Oerichien 

[15631, xii. 262 (n. 3). 
Althusius, John, x. 389. 
Alting, Hist. Eccles. Palat., vi. 11 (n. 3). 
Altmann, vii. 338 (n. 2). 
Altmark, Estates of the, their protest to 

Elector against compulsory domestic 

service, xv. 155 (n. 1). 
complaints of Knights concerning 

confiscation of peasants' goods [1606], xv. 

155-6, 156 (n. 1). 
sorcerers and evil spirits in, xvi. 299, 

299 (n. 3). 
' Altmarkisches Geschichtsbuch,' Kiister, xv. 

86 (n. 5). 
Altmeyer, his Hist, des relations commer- 

dales et diplom. des Pays-Has avec le Nord 

de I'Europe pendant le xvi e siicle, viii. 87 

(n. 1). 
his Les Oueux de la mer et la prise de 

Bridle, viii. 123 (n. 1). 
Altorf, Italian jurists as law professors at, 

xiii. 413, 413 (n. 4). 
University, botanical gardens of, 

founded by Dr. Louis Jungermann [1626], 

xiii. 534. 

'philippism' prevalent at, xiv. 171. 

study of Aristotle at, xiv. 132. 

provision for theological study at, xiv. 

219. 
election carousals at [1575], xv. 399, 

399 (n. 3). 

brandy drinking at, xv. 417-8. 

Altorf er, Albert: see Altdorfer. 

Altbtting, vii. 173. 

Jesuit College founded at [1591], ix. 

313. 
' Altpreuss. Monatsschrift,' vi. 425 (n. 2). 
' Alt-Testa me ntl ic he Untersuchungen ' von Dr. 

Johann Bachmann, xiv. 405 (n. 2). 
Alunno, Nicholas, i. 223. 
Alva, Duke of, viii. 36, 43, 45, 51, 61, 114, 

132 (n. 3), 140; ix. 349. 
mediates between Emperor Charles V. 

and Margrave Albert of Brandenburg- ' 

Culmbach, vi. 500. 
suspects Emperor Maximilian II. of 

secretly encouraging rebellion in Nether- 
lands, viii. 34-5. 
charged by Philip II. to punish all 

rebels in Netherlands, viii. 34. 

his instructions, viii. 35. 

organises ' Council of Tumults • 

[ = Council of Blood] [1567], viii. 35. 
rejects suggestion of general pardon, 

viii. 35. 
complains of support given by Town 

Council of Cologne to rebels, viii. 36. 

— empowered by order of Imperial Privy 
Council to pursue fugitive rebels into 
Germany, viii. 41. 

ill-treats inhabitants of Jttlich, viii. 41. 

espouses cause of Archbp. of Treves 

against town, viii. 41. 

— efforts of Maximilian II. and others to 
procure peace between, and Prince of 
Orange, viii. 42. 

his contempt for character of Maximi- 
lian II., viii. 60; and his threat to instigate 
rising of German nobility against Saxony, 
the Palatinate, and other Estates, viii. 46. 
receives offer oi service from Count 
Palatine Georg Bans of Veldenz, viii. 48. 

hears from Duke Albert V. ol Bavaria 

concerning resolutions passed at Kvan- 
gelical Convention at Erfurt [1509], viii. 62. 



Alva, Duke of, hears from Duke Albert V. 

concerning League of Lands berg, viii. 63-4. 
his anger against Emperor Maximilian 

II., viii. 64. 

his warning concerning Russia, viii. 87. 

attack from, feared by Elector Palatine 

Frederic III., viii. 120. 
his rule of terror in Netherlands, viii. 

123-6. 

loads people with new taxation, viii. 124. 

turns deaf ear to all expostulation 

from Estates, Councils, or bishops, viii. 

124-5. 

held in detestation in Toledo, viii. 125. 

interdicts English trade and lays 

embargo on English ships and goods, viii. 

lays siege to Mons, viii. 127. 

defeats Genlis, viii. 127. 

blame of attempt on Coligny's life to be 

laid on, viii. 130. 
receives offer from Louis of Nassau to 

join his forces to those of Prince of Orange 

and invade France for benefit of King of 

Spain, viii. 133. 

he declines the offer, viii. 133. 

efforts made to wean Salentin, Archbp. 

of Cologne, from, viii. 143. 

— praises Duke William IV. of Julich- 

Cleves on his return to Catholic Faith, ix. 

351 (n. 3). 
price paid by Elector Joachim II. of 

Brandenburg for portrait of, xi. 170. 
Alvaro, Cien-Fuegos, La heroyca vida, 

virtudes y milagros del grande S. Francisco 

de Borja, x. 352 (n. 1). 
Alvarez, Michel [Minorite], efforts of, to 

reform convents of Franciscan Friars 

Minor in Austria, viii. 293 (n. 1). 
Alzey, church at, i. 171. 

regulations as to tenantry, i. 316. 

Alzog, Kirchengeschichte, xiv. i97 (n. 1). 
Am und von Wald, George of Diirnhof, and 

his ' Panacea Am Waldina,' xii. 282, 282 

(n. 1), 283, 284. 
' Amabilia,' by Caspar von Barth, xiii. 

346. 
' Amadis de Gaul,' popularity of, in Ger- 
many, xii. 225-7 ; xvi. 510. 

See also Romances, Amadis. 
Amalfi, imperial fleet defeated at, v. 196. 
' Amantes amentes,' bv Gabriel Rollenhagen 

of Magdeburg [1609], xii. 181, 181 (n. 3) ; 

xiii. 178. 

its great popularity, xiii. 178. 

acted at Brieg Gymnasium [16171, 

xiii. 178, 178 (n. 2). 
Amanweiler, confession of child of eight 

years at [1572], xvi. 429, 429 (n. 2). 
Ambach, Melchior, preacher of Fraukfort- 

on-the-Main, on reasons influencing ' Evan- 
gelical overlords ' [1551], vi. 531. 
preaches against prevalence of vice 

and crime, xi. 12. 
his ' old and new prophecies about 

these last evil times,' quite service.) 1>1.' 

to read, put into rhymes under title 

Vom Ende der Welt und Zukun/t des 

Endechrists, xii. 259 (n. 2). 

his Klage, xv. 170 (n. 3). 

- charges merchants, etc., with tampering 

with coinage in his Klage, xv. 72, 72 (n. 2). 
on the keeping of houses of ill-fame 

by Protestants in his Klage [1551], xvi. 

148 (n. 2). 
on tolerance of drunkenness in Von 

Zusanffen und Trunckenheit [1543], xv. 

388. 3-^8 (n. 2). 
Wahrhajtige Vcnintwortung, xvi. 140. 



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Index 



Ambach, Melohior, his sermon against im- 
moral dancing, [1543], xvi. 140, 140 (n. 1). 
on tyrannical treatment of peasantry 

[1551], xv. 170, 170 (n. 3). 
Amberg, vi. 227, 533 ; x. 347, 364. 
Nuremberg tinsmiths established at, 

ii. 29. 
abbot and some monks of Waldsassen 

imprisoned at, vii. 61. 
Elector Frederic III. orders removal 

of all images, etc., from, vii. 315-16. 

. Provincial Diet at [1556], viii. 150-3. 

Elector Palatinate Frederic III. at, 

viii. 151-3. 
resistance to attempts at religious 

innovation on part of Elector Frederic 

III., viii. 152-3. 
manifesto sent to, by Emperor 

Maximilian II., warning them to hold 

aloof from Calvinism, viii. 153. 
reprimanded by Elector Palatine 

Frederic III. for accepting Maximilian II. 's 

manifesto, viii. 153. 
their opposition to Frederic III., viii. 

153. 
religious disturbances in [1567], viii. 

155 ; ix. 218, 218 (». 3). 

threatened by armed force, viii. 157. 

Elector Palatine Louis's entry into 

[1576], viii. 394. 
debased state of morals in [1581], 

viii. 396. 
additions in Renaissance style to 

Gothic church in [1534], xi. 118 (n. 2). 
negotiations concerning Protestant 

League against Spain at [1596], ix. 198-9. 
negotiations rendered abortive by 

opposition of other Protestant Estates, 

ix. 199. 
League between Elector Palatine, Mar- 
grave George Frederic of Anspach and 

Landgrave Maurice of Hesse-Cassel, for 

vindication of Protestant claims on 

duchy of Jlilich-Cleves, ix. 198-9. 
inspectoral report sent to Elector 

Palatine Frederic IV. from, xiii. 41-2, 

42 (n. 1). 
religious dissensions in schools at, 

xiii. 113. 
Amberger, Christopher, decline in quality of 

his painting, xi. 152, 152 (n. 1). 
Amboise, Conspiracy of, viii. 6. 
Peace of, concluded [1563], between 

Catherine de' Medici and the Prince de 

Cond6, viii. 8. 

— terms of, viii. 8-10. 

Ambras, Archduke Ferdinand II. of Tyrol 

erects new building at, xi. 135. 

his garden at, xiii. 536 (n. 1). 

Ambras [musical composer], xi. 243 («. 1). 

244 (n. 1), 245 (n. 1), 246 (n. 1), 248 (n. 2, 

3), 252 (». 2, 3), 256 (n. 2), 305 (n. 1), 

307 (m. 2). 
on attempt to revive the antique in 

music, xi. 247 (w. 2). 
on John Walther's place amongst 

Protestant composers, xi. 253 (n. 1). 

his Qesch. der Musik, xiii. 343 (n. 1). 

Ambrose, Father, of Iiohrbach, xiv. 259. 

See also Ambrosius. 
' Ambrose Blarer,' Keiin, xiv. 490 (n. 1). 
Ambrosi, xiii. 527 (n. 1). 
Ambrosian MSS., i. 155. 
Ambrosius, vi. 407 ; x. 195, 207. 
' Ambrosius Blaurer's, des schwabischen 

Reformators, Leben,' Th. Pressel, v. 174 

(«. 1), 535 (». 2) ; vii. 86 (». 1). 
Amelia, Princess, sister of Duke William IV. 

of Julich-Cleves, ix. 355. 



Amelia, Princess, efforts of Duke to force 

her into Catholic religion, ix. 355. 
Amerbach, Basilius, of Basle, his complaints 

of Tubingen professors of law [1552], 

xiii. 400-1, 401 (n. 1). 
Amerbach, Boniface, v. 516 (». 3) ; xiii. 351. 

letter to, from Ulrich Zasius, iv. 244-5. 

letter to, from Ulrich Zasius on methods 

of teaching law, xiii. 403. 
Amerbach, Johann, artist, printer, and 

publisher of Basle [d. 1514], i. 12, 16, 

124 ; xiv. 517. 

editions of Bible issued by, i. 21. 

■ excellent workmanship by, i. 22 ; 

xiv. 526. 
on damage done to church property in 

Basle [1529], v. Appendix, note xiii. p. 550. 
prohibited from printing French transl. 

of Bible [1553], xiv. 508, 508 (». 1). 
American Historical Association, xvi. 401 

(n. 6). 
Amersfoort conquered by army of Duke 

Julich-Cleves, vi. 235. 
Amerstorff, Paul, his efforts towards elec- 
tion of Charles V. to imperial throne, ii. 

272. 
confers nickname of ' Pilates ' on 

Electoral Princes, ii. 275. 

appreciation of Charles V., ii. 278. 

Amici, Francesco (Italian), professor of 

theology at Graz and Vienna universities, 

xiv. 355, 355 (». 1). 
Amiens demanded by Huguenots as place 

of refuge, viii. 201. 
Amman, C, xiv. 428 (n. 2). 
Amman, F. W. Ph. von, xiv. 121 (n. 2). 
Amman, H. Canon, Der Innsbrucker Hexen- 

prozess von 1485, xvi. 251 (n. 1, 2), 286 

(». 2). 
Amman, Jost, engraver of Cologne, xi. 183 ; 

xiii. 344 (n. 3) ; xiv. 527. 
Wappen- und Stammbuch, its lack of 

merit, xi. 63, 64, 178. 
his Kunst und Lehrbuchlein [1599], 

xi. 174 (n. 2). 

his productiveness, xi. 173-4, 174 («. 2). 

his Kartenspielbuch [1588], xii. 204. 

■ Im Frauenzimmer wird vermeldt von 

allerlie schdnen Kleidungen, etc. [1586], 

xv. 378 (n. 1). 
devils by, in the ' Theatrum Dia- 

bolorum,' xi. 219. 

criticism of, xi. 176 (n. 1). 

■ and Stimmer, the last of the German 

wood engravers, xi. 178. 
Amman, Matthew, Protestant, first secretary 

of Styria [1584], on folly of Protestant 

preachers, ix. 392-3, and 393 (n. 1). 
Ammendorf, degradation of morals in, vi. 

451, 452 ; xvi. 36. 
Ammersweyer, ii. 69. 
Amnicola, Paul, Abbot, xiv. 292, 
as defender of Catholic Church, xiv. 

249. 
Amoenitates, Schelhorn, vii. 254 (n. 1). 
A morbach Benedictine Abbey of, pillaged by 

Evangelical peasant army, iv. 278. 
Amorbach [town], burnt down by Margrave 

Albert of Brandenburg-Culmbach, vi. 489. 
' Amores et Susporia ' [1599], Matthew Zuber, 

xii. 226 (n. 1). 
Ampelander, xiv. 508 (n. 1). 
Arasbach, Bonifacius, letter to Montanus, 

on Anabaptists, v. Appendix, note xiv. 

pp. 550-1. 
Amsdorf, Nicholas von, sometime Bishop 

of Naumburg, v. 542 (n. 1) ; vi. 273 (n. 2), 

288 (n. 2) ; x. 173 ; xiv. 91, 153, 150, 

275. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Amsdorf, Nicholas von, Luther's letter to, iv. 

313 (n. 1); vi. 187 (w. 2), 276 ; xvi. 20. 
attends Assembly of Smalcald League 

[15157], v. 494. 
consecrated Bishop of Naumburg- 

Zeitz by Luther, vi. 185. 
endowed with secular as well as 

ecclesiastical power, vi. 187 (n. 1). 
stipend received by, from Elector 

John Frederic of Saxony, vi. 187. 
takes measures for arousing enthusi- 
asm of people for war against Emperor, 

vi. 321. 

attacks Justus Menius. vii. 19-20. 

chief purpose of his writings, vii. 45. 

hi< 'admonition,' vii. 290. 

Ein Kurzer Auszug aus der Chronica 

Naucleri, xiii. 127 (n. 1). 

on doctrine of Justification, xiv. 156. 

refutation of, by John Mensing 

[1528], xiv. 271. 
Luther's letter to, on translation of 

the Bible, xiv. 402-3, 403 (n. 1). 
on effects of the ' Evangel,' xvi. 24, 

25, 25 In. 2). 
Amsdorf, Captain Otto von, xii. 254. 
Amstadt, proposal at, to appoint official to 

awaken sleepers in church [1616], xiv. 

478 (n. 1). 
Amsterdam, second after Munster as strong- 
hold of Anabaptists, v. 471. 

Anabaptists organise attack on, v. 480. 

treaty concluded at, between heads of 

Calvinisticpartv, against Philip II., viii.28. 
Amtliche Erlaes (Der), x. 332 (n. 2). 
Amulius [Greek painter], xi. 86 (n. 1). 
Amurath III., Sultan of Turkey, assures 

Henry IV. of France [Henry of Navarre] 

of his support [1590], ix. 185. 
Amusements, pop dar, in Middle Ages, i. 

233-4. 
Public, Burgher, nee Burgher and 

Peasant Life. 
" An Anti-Janssen aus der Konigl. Archiven 

erholt,' J. L. Pharrer, xiii. 42 (n. 1). 
' An das edle Bayernland wider das Lasterbuch 

eines Sektenmeisters,' John Fiber, xiv. 263. 
' An den Boch zu Leipzig,' Luther, xiv. 274. 
' An den christlichen Adel ' [lampoon], xii. 

75 (n. 1). 
' An den christlichen Leser,' poem by N. 

Basse [1586], xvi. 387, 387 (n. 1). 
' An den Stier zu Wittenberg/ Hieronymus 

Emser, xiv. 274. 
' An die Pfarrer wider den Wucher zu predigen,' 

Luther, vi. 266. 
' An meine Kritiker,' Janssen, v. 33 (n. 1), 128 

(n. 2), 130 (n. 1), 286 (n.l), 416 (n.2); 

xii. L08 (». 1) : xvi. 2 («. 1). 
Anabaptism, ix. 353. 
Anabaptists, v. 150-65 : vi. 536 ; vii. 33, 

53, 55. ;,7, 71. 166, 178, 371; viii. 177; 

ix. 355 ; x. 101, 178 : xiv. :i. 

"i Zurich, teachings of, iv. 113, 113 («.). 

Sebastian Franck on, iv. 1 it',. 
Augsburg their chief centre, v. 158. 

to be proceeded against, v. 200. 

insist on abolition of infant baptism, 

v. 150. 

teaching as to source of divine revela- 
tion, v. l.">l . 

repudiate ■ a Bpeclal priesthood,' v. 151. 

belief in • Inspiration,' v. 151. 

advent of 'Kingdom of Christ' 

on earth, v. 152. 

object to the teachings of Luther and 

Zwingll, \ 152 I 

their fortitude under persecution 
V. L58 I, 154 (n. 1 |, lei. 



Anabaptists, belief in millennium, v. 153. 

— acts of extravagance and crime com- 
mitted by, v. 155. 

— persecution of, at Zurich, v. 155-7. 
spread of doctrines into Southern 

Germany, v. 157. 

chief centre of, v. 158. 

their programme in Suabia, v. 158-9. 

of Hegensberg, proceedings of, v. 159. 

place their hopes on advent of Turks, 

v. 159. 
their acts of fanatic violence in the 

Tyrol, v. 161-2. 
mandates and edicts issued against, by 

Archduke Ferdinand [Ferdinand I.], v. 

161, 162. 
mandate decreeing penalty of death 

upon, issued by Emperor Charles V., v. 

162. 
leniency shown towards, by Landgrave 

Philip of Hes=e, v. 163. 
cruelty towards, of Elector of Saxonv, 

v. 163. 
denounced by Luther and Melanchthon 

as emissaries of Satan, v. 163. 

banned by Emperor Charles V., v. 352. 

flourish, v. 448. 

■ Strasburg the centre of activity of, 

v. 449. 
divergences of opinion amongst, in 

Strasburg, v. 449, 450. 

at Munster, reign of, v. 452, 480. 

cause disturbances at Munster, v. 454-6. 

seize delegates to Diet of Telgte, v. 455. 

peace arranged between, and town of 

Munster, v. 456. 

class from whom chiefly drawn, v. 457-8. 

large number of insurgent Anabaptists, 

v. 470. 
-especially strong in northern Nether- 
lands, Westphalia, and Rhineland, v. 471-2. 

dangerous attitude of, in Ltibeck, v. 472. 

plan to establish in Liibeck, Bremen, 

Hamburg, etc., v. 477. 

plan to raise four companies, v. 480. 

— ■ — reverses, v. 480-4. 

appeal to Evangelicals for help, v. 480. 

many sunk in scuttled ships off De- 
venter, v. 480. 
— — put to flight near cloister of Warsum, 

v. 480. 
combination of towns of Liibeck, 

Bremen, Hamburg, Lilneburg, Stralsund, 

Rostock, and Wismar against [1535], v. 481. 
betrayed by ' Zionists ' during sieg ) of 

Munster and overpowered by Imperialist 

forces, v. 483. 
practices of, v. Appendix, note xiv. 

pp. 550-1. 
cruelties practised towards, v. Appendix, 

note xv. p. 551. 

gain ground in the Palatinate, vii. 72. 

gain ground in Netherlands, viii. 17. 

in Cologne [1567], viii. 36. 

edict issued against [1578], ix. 8. 

effect of their teachings on German 

art life, xi. 45 (». 2). 
mandate issued against [1535], xi. 45 

(n. 2). 

sacred songs of, xi. 271-2, 271 («. 2). 

heresies of, xii. 255. 

conclusions formed by, after study of 

Bible, xiv. 440. 
wherein they differed from other 

Protestants, xiv. 441. 

Luther's differences with, xiv. 145. 

King oi:see Wilhelmsen, Johann. 

Anabaptists, .Moravian, pamphlet against, by 

John Paber [1528], xiv. 308. 



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INDEX 



' Analecta Franciscana,' xii. 186 (n. 3). 

' Analecta Lutherana,' Kolde, iv. 354 (n. 1) ; 

v. 249 (n. 2) ; vi. 87 (n. 1), 117 (n. 2). 
' Analecta Lutherana et Melanchthoniana,' 

Loesche, x. 368 (n. 3) ; xiv. 403 (n. 3), 424 

(n. 2), 449 (». 2). 
' Analecta Romana,' Laemmer, xiii.459 («. 2). 
' Analectes pour Servir a l'Histoire de l'Univ. 

de Louvain,' do Ram, viii. 237 (n. 1). 
' Analyse des Katholischen Glaubens, 'Gregory 

of Valentia, xiv. 329-30. 
Anarchy of 16th century adverse to drama, 

i. 283. 
religious, in Germany prophesied, iv. 

118-20. 
' Anatomiad. Jeremiae Victoris,' attributed to 

Landgrave Maurice of Hesse, x. 296, 

296 (n. 1). 
' Anatomiae Lutheri pars prima,' Johauu 

Pistorius, x. 116, 137-40, 137 («. 1), 138 

(n. 3), 140 {n. 1, 2). 
— — ■ arrangement of the book, x. 139-40. 
attacks upon bv Huber, Spaugenberg, 

theologians of Wurtemberg, and Hessian 

theologians, x. 141-7. 
' Anatomie d. Augsberger Konfession,' Adam 

Tanner, xiv. 336-7. 
Anatomy, study of, in Germany, xiv. 33-43. 
difficulties put in the way of study of, 

xiv. 41-2, 41 («. 2). 
' Anbringen an Heinrich IV.(Das).'ix.442(»i.l). 
Ancel, French resident at Court of Prague, 

ix. 277-8. 
his schemes for election of Henry IV. 

to imperial throne, ix. 278. 
Andechs, moribund condition of monastery 

at [1541], xvi. 64. 
Andelau, Peter von: see Andlau, Peter von. 
' Andenken (Ein) an die Erzhorzogin Maria,' 

J. Graus, xi. 120 (n. 2). 
' Andere Theil (Der) des Alten Testaments,' 

Luther, xiv. 406. 
' Andere Verantwortung auf Melanchthon's 

Beschuldigung' [1556], xiii. 287 (n. 3). 
Andernach, Cathedral, i. 171. 
Hymn-book [1608], directions con- 
tained in, xi. 278-9. 
' Andeutungeiner unerhorten neuen Wunder- 

kunst,' by John Faulhaber [1613], xii. 300. 
Andlau, Peter von, iv. 136. 

on imperial power, ii. 116. 

against popular administration of 

justice, ii. 172. 
Andorfer, Bros., their drain on mines at 

Schwaz, xv. 94. 
Andrada, Didakus (or Diego) Payva de, 

his reply to Martin Chemnitz's attack on 

Catholics in his Defensio Tridentinae fidei 

Catholicae, etc., xiv. 183-4 (n. 1). 

his Orthodoxae Expliciti-mes, xiv. 369. 

Andrea, Conrad: see Vetter, Conrad. 
Andrea, Giovanni, Bishop, i. 17. 
Andrea,' Jakob: see Andrea, James. 
Andrea, James, Provost and Chancellor of 

Tubingen University [1563], vii. 326; 

viii. 400 ; ix. 97, 374 ; x. 173. 
on condition of Wiirtembcrg after 

establishment of Protestantism as religion 

of country, v. 426-8. 
on decadence of public morals in 

Wurtemberg, Baden, and the Palatinate 

[1554-55], vi. 522-3. 
— — his account of religious Conference at 

Worms [1557], vii. 40. 
challenges John a Via to make a public 

defence of his teachings, vii. 41. 
deprecates a too drastic treatment of 

recalcitrant nuns in Wurtemberg, vii. 

89-90. 



Aidrea, James, his condemnation of Johanii 

Wigand, vii. 310-11. 
asserts that Heidelbergers were Cal- 

vinists, Nestorians, and Arians, and on 

high-road towards Mohammedanism, viii. 

161. 
charges Calvinists with being liars, 

viii. 161. 
— — aids in the drawing up of ' Corpus 

Doctrinae ' for Duke Julius of Brunswick- 

Wolfenbuttel, viii. 170. 
■ commissioned by Duke Christopher of 

Wurtemberg to effect ' harmony among 

Evangelicals,' viii. 170. 
prepares Formula of Concord, viii. 

170-1. 
encouraged by Duke Julius of Bruns- 
wick- Wolf enbiittel, Elector Augustus 

of Saxony, and Landgrave William of 

Hesse, viii. 171. 
hopeful of overcoming opposition of 

Zwinglians, viii. 171. 
accepts Melanchthon's ' Corpus 

Doctrinae,' viii. 171. 

badly received in Weimar, viii. 171. 

obtains the summoning of convention 

of theologians at Zerbst [1570], viii. 172. 

goes to Wittenberg, viii. 173. 

accuses Wittenbergers as being Cal- 
vinists or Zwinglians, viii. 173. 

his description of Flacius, viii. 182 (n. 2) . 

endeavours to convert Peucer from 

Calvinism, viii. 195. 

his strictures on Peucer, viii. 195 (n. 2). 

goes to Hagenau to establish Augs- 
burg Confession there, viii. 345. 
on decay of morals among Lutherans 

[1569], viii. 400-4. 
to Prince of Anhalt [1570] on cause of 

decay of morals, viii. 403, 403 («. 1). 
his endeavours to bring about unifica- 
tion of code of doctrine among Protestants, 

viii. 403. 
separates from Wittenberg ' Philipists,' 

viii. 403. 
upholds Luther's cathechism, viii. 

403-4, 403 (n. 1). 
publishes sermons Schwabische Con- 

cordie, viii. 404. 
with aid of Duke Julius of Brunswick 

and Martin Chemnitz accomplishes 

' union of Suabian and Nether - Saxon 

Churches,' viii. 404. 
inspector-general of Saxon churches 

and universities of Wittenberg, Leipzig, 

and Jena, attends Convention at Torgau 

[1576], viii. 406. 
to Hessians and Wigand on ' Torgau 

Book,' viii. 407. 
■ his strictures on Chemnitz, viii. 407 

(«. 1). 
his address to Senate of University of 

Wittenberg, viii. 407. 

his calumnies of Melanchthon, viii. 407. 

conflict between, and Lucas Major of 

Halle, viii. 407-8. 
receives letter from Prince Joachim 

Ernest of Anhalt urging objections to 

' Book of Torgau,' viii. 409. 
conversation with clergy of Anhalt, 

viii. 409. 
■ negotiates with Landgraves of Hesse 

concerning ' Book of Torgau,' viii. 

409-10. 
attends Convention at Bergen [1577], 

viii. 412. 
causes the adoption of the ' Torgau 

Book,' or ' Formula of Concord,' viii, 

412-13. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Andrea, James, appointed to collect signa- 
tures to ' Torgau Book.' viii. 413. 
dissatisfaction with ' Torgau Book ' and 

conversation with Selnekker.viii. 412 (n. 3). 

his abusive language, viii. 414 (n. 1). 

attacked by Prince Joachim Ernest of 

Anhalt, viii. 418. 
reasons given by, for declin. of Land- 
grave of Hesse and Prince of Anhalt to 

sign ' Bergen Book,' viii. 421 (n. 2). 
endeavours to get people of Nuremberg 

to sign * Bergen Book,' viii. 429. 

his work in Saxony, viii. 429-32. 

attacks upon, in Wittenberg, viii. 

430-31. 
publishes 300 theses on ' Lord's 

Supper,' viii. 431. 
publishes 285 theses on 'Person of 

Christ,' viii. 431. 

his attack on Melanchthon, viii. 431-2. 

his unpopularity in the Harz district, 

viii. 433. 
his dismissal from Saxony [1580], viii. 

434. 

attacks upon, viii. 434-5. 

anecdotes of private life, viii. 434 (re. 1). 

parody directed against, viii. 435 (n. 1). 

his abuse of David Pareus, ix. 101. 

writes against Duke John of Zwei- 

brttcken's new Catechism, ix. 102-3. 

colloquy of, with Beza, ix. 229-30. 

abuse of, by John Nas, x. 95-6. 

on Catholic views on Marriage [1584], 

x. 251, 251 (n. 4). 
his belief in doctrine of Omnipresence of 

Body of Christ, x. 268-9, 268 (n. 1). 
preaches against prevalence of vice and 

crime, xi. 12. 
champion of doctrine of ' ubiquity,' 

xi. 63 (n. 3). 

his Formula of Concord, xii. 240. 

and Selnekker formulate prayer to avert 

danger from new comets, xii. 253, 253 (n. 5). 
his criticism of the Princes' schools in 

Saxony, xiii. 76-7, 77 (n. 1). 
his denunciation of vices rampant at 

Ttibingen University, xiii. 311. 
his adhesion to Formula of Concord, 

xiv. 167. 
attempts to win over Greek Church to 

Protestantism, xiv. 167 (n. 3). 
his discovery of errors in the ' Neustadt 

Bible,' xiv. 217. 
his sermon on cause of unity in Catholic 

Church, xiv. 468, 468 (n. 5). 

his abuse of Selnekker, xiv. 159. 

on growth of drunkenness, xv. 387-8, 

388 (n. 1). 
on bad lives led by Lutherans, xvi. 

93-4. 
■ on prevalence of blasphemy in Derf&nfte 

Planelenpredigt, xvi. 129, 129 (n. 2). 
his sentiments relating to Jews, xvi. 

460, 460 (n. 2). 
Andrea, John Valentine, dean at Vaihingen, 

1614-20, and superintendent - general at 

Calw. \iv. 191-2. 

declares Csesaro-papacy to be an In- 
vention of the devil, xi. 5. 
on evil influence of ' Amadis ' ro- 
mances, xii. 226. 
probable author of Rosicrucian writings 

xiv. 9-10. 
his own declaration that writings 

were fictitious, xiv. 10. 

bia autobiography, Setbstbiographie 

\iv. 491-2, 491 (n. 2), 492 (n. 1). 
James llerbrand, Johann Pistorlua, 

and Theodore Busaeus, religion' colloquy' 



between arranged : nee Discussion, Re- 
ligious. 
Andrea, John Valentine, Pressel, viii. 407 

(re. 1). 4U (re. 1). 421 (n.l), 432 (n.l), 433 

(n.l). 434 (n. 1,2). 
Andreas Karlstadt als ' Scholastiker,' G. 

Bauch, xiv. (». 4). 
Andreas, Brother: see Karlstadt. 
' Andreas, Musculus,' Spieker, xv. 360 (re. 2), 

470 (re. 1). 
Andreas of Austria, Papal Legate, his progress 

arrested by Count Palatine John Casimir, 

ix. 72. 
Andreas von Schlick, Count, a leader of Bo- 
hemian Lutherans, x. 413. 
Andresen, xi. 47 (n. 3), 60 (n. 1, 2), 63 (n. 1), 

110 (n. 4), 154 (n. 3), 155 (n. 3), 156 (n. 1), 

166 (n. 2), 174 (n. 3), 183 (re. 2), 210 (n. 9), 

212 (n. 1. 3). 219 (n. 2. 3), 224 (n. 4), 

225 (re. 1), 227 (n. 1, 3), 228 (re. 1), 234 (re. 3), 

265 (n.l). 
' Anecdota,' Pressel, vii. 39 (n. 4), 76 (n. 1), 

274 (n.l). 
' Anecdota ad hist. Concilii Trident,' Planck, 

vii. 123 (n. 2). 
' Anemet birodalom magy hadi vallataMagyar- 

orszagon 1542 ben,' Karolyi. 
' Anfang des Strassburger Kapitelstreites 

(Der),' Lossen. ix. 175 (n. 1). 
der Univ. Frankfurt und d. Entwickel- 

ung d. wissenschaftlichen Lebens an d. 

Hochschule ' [1506-40], G. Bauch, xiii. 

297 (n. 2). 
der Zeitungs Presse,' Opel, xiv. 530 (n. 2), 

531 (n. 1), 532 (n. 2, 3, 4), 533 (n. 2) ; 

xv. 198 (». 6) ; xvi. 506 (n. 4). 

des franzSs. Literatur- und Kultur- 

einflusses in Deutschland,' G. Steinhausen, 

xi. 306 (re. 2), 370 (n. 1) ; xii. 220 (n. 2), 

223 (». 3); xv. 332 (n.l), 353 (n.l), 

423 (n. 2). 
des Prosaromans,' Scherer, xii. 219 (re. 5), 

220 (n. 1), 226 (re. 2). 
' Anfange,' M. Hitter, viii. 13 (re. 2), 15 (re. 2), 

20 (re. 4). 
' Anfiihrungen,' Wendaler. xii. 192 (re. 1). 
' Angeblichen Protestantischen Neigungendes 

Bischofs Julius (Die),' Lossen, ix. 60 (n. 2). 
' Angelic Salutation,' viii. 280. 
Angelico, Fra, purity of his work, xi. 91 

(re. 3). 
Angels, apparitions of, xii. 263-5, 264 (re. 3), 

265 (n. 1). 
Angelus, Andrew, Wider Natur und Wunder- 

buch [1597], xii. 245 (n. 2). 

■ Wunderbuck [1597], xii. 331 (n. 1). 

' Ang3lus paraeneticus, der Manungscngel ' 

[1588], J. Nas, x. 103 (n. 1) ; xii. 326 (n. 1). 
Anger, xiv. 67. 
Angermund, trials for witchcraft in, xvi. 266, 

449. 
Angers, number of Germans attending law 

schools at, xiii. 413, 413 (n. 5). 
Anglo-Saxons, German origin of, ii. 107. 
Angouleme, Duke of, v. 443, 445. 
Anhalt, growth of power of Princely House 

of in. ii. 159. 

Princes of, vii. 135, 138 ; xiii. 330 (n. 1). 

— — reported to be implicated in plot for 

extermination of Catholics [1567], viii. 38. 

Calvinism accepted in [1587], ix. 156. 

superior condition of peasantry in, 

xv. 159. 
theologians of, advance objections to 

' Book of Torgau,' viii. 409. 
' Anhalts Bekenntnissstand wahrend der 

Vereinigung der Fiirstenthiimer unter 

Joachim Ernst und Johann Georg,' II. 

Duneker, viii. 418 (re. 3) ; x. 282 (n. I). 



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INDEX 



' Anhang zum Tagebuche Konigsteins,' iv. 

335 (n. 1). 
Anhausen, monastery of, plundered, iv. 235. 
Animalimagia, xii. 353, 353 (n. 1). 
Animals, books about, xii. 305-6, 306 (re. 1). 
Anisius, Michael, Franciscan preacher of 

Bamberg, xiv. 349, 452. 
answers Lucas Osiander's attack on 

Franciscans in Freundlich Zerreissung des 

schonen wohlriechenden Rosenkranz, 

Vorrede [1591], x. 135, 135 (n. 3). 

abused by Osiander, x. 136. 

Anjou, Duke of: see Henry, Duke of Anjou 

and King of Poland. 
Anklam, Pomerania, ravages of bubonic 

plague at [1605], xiv. 81. 
' Ankunft der Jesuiten,* xi. 75. 
' Anlagen,' Bianco, xiii. 255 (n. 1, 3, 4, 6), 256 

(n. 1, 3), 257 (n. 1, 2), 319 (re. 1). 
Anlait, xv. 190. 
' Anleitung zur Gottseligkeit,' Landsberger, ix. 

339, 339 (n. 1). 
' Anmerkungen,' Stieve, ix. 452 (re. 1), 478 

(re. 3); x. 205 (n. 1). 
' Anmerkungen,' Thorbecke, xiii. 272 (n. 2), 

273 (n.l), 308 (n. 1). 
' Anmerkungen zum Concordienbuche,' Trier, 

vii. 310 (n. 2). 
Anna, daughter of Albert II., King of Rome, 

her marriage to Margrave William III. of 

Meissen, xv. 274. 

■ her marriage outfit [1446], xv. 274-5. 

Anna, daughter of King Ferdinand, vi. 308. 
Anna, Mother: see Anna, Electress of 

Saxony. 
Anna of Austria, Duchess of Bavaria, viii. 314, 

372. 
Anna of Mecklenburg, Duchess, xii. 330. 
bears witness to having been bewitched 

[1553], xvi. 298-9. 
Anna, Princess of Prussia, her marriage to 

John Sigismund, Elector of Brandenburg 

[1594], x. 319, 426 ; xv. 277. 

her wedding outfit, xv. 277, 277 (n. 1). 

Anna of Saxony, Electress, wife of Elector 

Augustus, viii. 74, 75, 433 ; xv. 330-1. 
prophetic phenomenon made known to, 

viii. 164. 
letter from daughter,Elizabeth, Countess 

Palatine, viii. 172 (re. 2), 202-3. 
her influence over Elector complained 

of by Calvinistic theologians, viii. 187. 
her belief in judgment of God on 

Elector in death of son Adolphus, viii. 188 

(re.l). 
letter to, from Dorothea Susannah on 

Calvinistic religious teaching forced upon 

Frederic, son of Lutheran Elector Palatine 

Louis, ix. 95. 
— — on methods of ' Ubiquists ' [1581], x. 285. 

costliness of her veils, xv. 272. 

participates in her husband's love of 

alchemy, xv. 283. 
builds laboratory at Castle Annaburg, 

xv. 283, 283 (n. 2). 
endeavours to extract secret for making 

gold from David Beenther, xv. 283, 283 

(re. 3). 

her many virtues, xv. 330-1. 

her strict Lutheranism, and intolerance 

towards Calvinists and Catholics, xv., 331 

(n.l). 

her death [1585], ix. 113, 113 (n. 2). 

' Anna Churfiirstin von Sachsen,' by C. von 

Weber, vi. 82 (n. 2) ; vii. 391 (n. 1) ; viii. 

164 (n. 3), 172 (n. 2), 188 (n. 1) ; ix. 95 

(n. 3) ; xi. 170 (n. 5) ; xii. 253 (re. 5), 289 

(n.l). 
Anna of Saxony, daughter of Elector Maurice 



and wife of William of Nassau, Prince of 

Orange, viii. 14. 
Anna of Saxony, her marriage festivities and 

amount of wine consumed at [1561], xv. 

254, 254 (n. 2). 
convicted of infidelity and repudiated, 

viii. 199-200. 
Anna of Tyrol, Queen of Emperor Matthias, 

her coronation [1612], x. 510. 

her want of power, x. 512. 

attends opening of Diet of Ratisbon 

[1613] instate, x. 533. 
Anna, Queen of Ferdinand I., xi. 141 (re. 2). 
Anna of Wiirtemberg, Duchess, her marriage 

to Duke John George of Brieg [1582], xv. 

257. 
her marriage to Frederick IV., Duke 

of Leignitz [1594], xv. 258. 
'Anna von Cleve,' Bouterwek, vi. 95 {n.l). 

See also Anne of Cleves. 
Anna Eleonore of Hesse-Darmstadt, costli- 
ness of her wardrobe [1616], xv. 272. 
Anna Katharine, Archduchess of Tyrol, 

compiles cookery book for use of daughter, 

xv. 260, 260 (n. 1). 
Anna Maria of Baden, xv. 336. 
Anna, Princess of Brunswick, wife of Albert, 

Duke of Prussia, vii. 306. 
Annaberg, silver mines of, ii. 40, 42 (n. 2) ; 

xv. 92, 92 (re. 7). 
opens its gates to John Frederic, 

Elector of Saxony, vi. 360. 
development of mining industry in 

[1497], xiii. 491. 

censorship of Press at [1571], xiv. 504. 

Annaburg Castle, xv. 283. 

' Annalen,' Rathgeber, xi. 37 (n. 2), 157 

(n. 5), 160 (n. 2), 163 (n. 4), 167 (re. 1), 

208 (n. 3), 225 (re. 3), 226 (re. 1). 
Weller, ix. 437 (re. 2) ; x. 72 (re. 1), 

240 (re. 1) ; xi. 303 (n. 3), 311 (n. 2), 312 

(n. 2) ; xii. 232 (re. 1), 247 (re. 1), 254 (n. 1) ; 

xii. 258 (re. 3), 263 (re. 4), 264 (re. 3), 

272 (n. 1, 2, 3, 4), 384 (re. 1), 385 (n. 4, 5) ; 

xiii. 197 (re. 1) ; xvi. 414 (re. 3), 425 

(n.l), 433 (n. 3). 507 (re. 3). 
der Niederlandischen Malerei,' viii. 

25 (n.l). 
-— — des Histor. Vereins fur den Niederrhein,' 

ix. 180 (n. 1) ; xii. 314 (n. 1) ; xiii. 412 

(n. 2) ; xv. 432 (n. 2). 
— — des Vereins fiir nassauische Alter- 

tumskunde,' L. Gotze, xvi. 301 (re. 4), 457 

(n. 1), 493 (n. 2), 494 (n.l). 
von Rudolf I. bis auf Karl V.,' by- 
Gerhard von Roo [1592], xiii. 438, 438 (n. 3). 
' Annales,' xv. 269 (n. 2). 

Annaberg,* xi. 132 (re. 1) ; xv. 304 (n. 1). 

Boiorum,' by Aventiu [1512-26], xiii. 

429. 
de Vita Friderici II. Electoris Palatini,' 

Hub. Leodius, v, 24 (n. 2). 
ecclesiastici a Christo nato ad a 1198,' 

Caesar Baronius, xiii. 459 (n. 2). 

Faucenses,' Knoringer, iv. 352 (n. 3). 

Ferdinandei,' Khevenhiller. viii. 301 

(re. 1); ix. 382 (n.l). 

Gregorii XIII.,' Maffei, ix. 298 (re. 2). 

Muller, xv. 198 (re. 4, 5), 207 (n. 1), 

300 (re. 4). 

Noviamagenses,* viii. 231 (n.l). 

— — Paderb.,' Strunck, ix. 312 (re. 2). 

Pontoppidan, xi. 42 (n. 3). 

rerum belli domique ab Austriacis 

Habsburgicae gentis principibus,' xiii. 

438 (re. 3). 

- Saxon, ad Annum 1470,' Muller, ii. 

145 (re.) 
Theiner, vii. 330 (re. 2), 331 (re. 2), 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



334 (n.2), 335 (n. 1); ix. 305 (n. 1), 
326 (». 1). 371 (h.4), 372 (n. 1,2), 394 
(n. 1. 3, 4) ; xiii. 253 (». 1). 256 (n. 1). 

• Annals of Hirsau,' by J. Trithemins, i. 115. 

Anne of Bohemia, Queen of England, trans- 
lations oi the Bible owned by her, xiv. 
399, 399 (n.2). 

Anne of Cleves, x. 368. 

Annenberg, deeds of an evil spirit at, xii. 341 . 

' Annotationes,' George Wizel [1536], xiv. 

432-4. 

ad Clementinas,' x. 372 (n. 1). 

in Pedacii dioscoridis de Medica Materia,' 

V. Cordus [1561], xiii. 533 (n. 1). 
in Sacras Literas' [1536, 1555, 1557], 

xiv. 426 (n. 4). 
Ansbach, execution of peasants at, v. 36. 
bankruptcy of principality of, vi. 

450-1 and 450 (n. 2). 

moral conditions in, vi. 451-3. 

opposition to the signing of the ' Book 

of Bergen ' in, viii. 416. 

troops, x. 475. 

superintendents of, on decline of educa- 
tion [1531], xiii. 25. 25 (n. 2). 
Anschiitz, C, Vngedruckte wissenschaftliche 

Korrespondenz zwischen Johann Kepler 

und Herwart von Hohenburg, xiii. 485 

(n. 1). 
Anselm: seeAnshelm. 
Anselm, Father, of Vienna, xiv. 259. 
Anselm. Valerius, on syphilis in his Berner 

Chronik, xiv. 57-8, 58 (n. 1). 
Anshelm, Chronicler of Bern, iv. 114, 163 

<«. 2), 316 (n. 2). 

— on extravagance in dress and gluttonv, 

ii. 69-70, 70 (n.). 

on usury, ii. 83 (n.). 

on burning of papal Bull by Luther, 

iii. 135. 
on fear of nobility for peasants during 

' rising,' iv. 212-13, 213 (n. 1). 

on peasants' war, iv. 346-7. 

Berner Chronik, xvi. 242 (». 2). 

Anspach-Baireuth, Margraviate of, punish- 
ment inflicted on rebel peasantry in, iv. 

323. 

acts of reprisal in, iv. 348, 349. 

letter from Johann Schwarzenberg to 

Lutheran Council of, v. 162-3. 
punishment bv death of heretics in 

[1582], x. 227, 227 (n. 1). 

insolvent condition of, xi. 132. 

Protestant Pedagogium founded at 

[1529], xiii. 107-8, 107 (n. 3). 
Vincent Obsopaeus [Koch] ap- 
pointed rector, xiii. 107. 

orders for expulsion of Jews from [1558. 

15M2|. xv. 60-1, 61 (n. 1). 

decline of mining industry in, xv. 93. 

excessive preservation of wild game 

in [1541], xv. 205, 205 (n. 1). 
taxation and sufferings of peasantry in 

[1594], xv. 321. 

blasphemy, immorality, drunkenness, 

1 murder in [1575-1603], xvi. 160-1, 

l'.l (n. 1, 2). 
' Ansprache an d. Kleine Kongregation zu 

Ingolstadt,' xiv. 10 (n. 3). 
' Anteil der Strassburger,' Schmidt, xv. 486 

(n. I). 
Anti-Art doctrines and I conoclasm, xi. 28-42. 

• Anti-Balllet,' Menage, \. 38 (n. 2). 

' Antichrist,' Flaciua's teachings regarding, 

\. L0 12. 

reports about, xii. 267. 

' Antichristiana ' in Thesaurus Picturarum 

in Darmstadt, xi. 62 (m i i, 
Anticoncordists, viii 182. 



Antinomian Controversy, xiv. 154. 154 (n. 3). 
Antinomians, the, vii. 53, 56, 275 ; viii. 177, 

388 : xiv. 153, 156, 173, 469. ' 
Antioch, viii. 219. 
Antiochus, Philip of Hesse, v. 247. 
' Antipalus Maleflciorum ' [=the Enemy of 

Sorcery], by John Trithemius [1508], xvi. 

260, 260 (n. 2). 
' Antipapistisch Eins und hundert auser- 

lesener gewisser evangelischer Wahrheit.' 

by J. STas, x. 95, 95 (n. 2). 
' Antiphilippika,' Lofenius, ix. 434 (n. 3), 

435 (n.2). 
' Antiquar. Lager-Catalog,' Volcker, xi. 74 

(n.2). 
Antique-Italian Art, New, influence of, xi. 

78- . 

transplanted into Germany, xi. 95. 

Antique Art, its character and productions, 

xi. 78-82. 
its relations to indigenous German, 

xi. 78-82. 
degenerate, its influence, xi. 83-7, 

85 (n. 1). 
■ its estrangement from the people, 

xi.86. 86 (». 1). 
Antique-Italian Method, art writers in support 

of, xi. 101-11. 
Manner, architecture and sculpture 

after the, xi. 76, 112-48. 
' AntiquitatesTangermundenses.' Kilster, xiii. 

118 (n. 1) ; xv.86(w. 5). 
' Antiquitatum et Annalium Trevirensium,' 

by Christopher Brower, xiii. 460 (». 1, 2). 
' Antiquitatum Fuldensium libri,' A. Brunner. 

xiii. 459 (n. 3). 
' Antireformatorischen Schriftsteller d. 16. 

Jahrhunderts(Die),' Meuser, xiv. 240 (n.2). 
' Antithesis Christi et Papae,' O. Gerland, xi. 

56 (n. 4). 
de praeclaris Christi et indignis Papae 

facinoribus' [1557], Z. Durentium, xi. 

58 (n. 2). 
Antitrinitarians, xiv. 173. 
Anton, vii. 325 (n. 3) ; viii. 173 (n. 2), 178 

(n.2). 
Anton, Duke of Lorraine [the Good], attacked 

bv Franz von Sickingen and Count 

Gerolsdeck, ii. 258. 

his disloyalty, ii. 267. 

defeats Alsatian rebels at Elsasszabern, 

iv. 316. 

— heartless conduct of. iv. 316. 

invited to join Christian League, v. 223. 

sends troops to Philip of Hesse for war 

against Ferdina'id, v. 411-12. 
Anton of Oldenburg, Count, wholesale con- 
fiscation of peasant property by, xv. 

156 (n. 1). 
Anton von Schbnberg, councillor to Maurice, 

Duke of Saxony, vi. 52. 
' Anton Woensamvon Worms,' J. J.Merlo. xi. 

151 (n. 1). 
Antonius, publishes Th° Book of Nature, i. 

343. 
Antonius, Brother, complaints of Town 

Council of Constance against, iv. 60-1. 
Antonius, Clans, trial and sentence of, ii. 

145 (n.J. 
Antwerp, ii. 60, 86 ; viii. 291 ; xi. 48. 

establishment of trading depots at, ii.81. 
- Anabaptists In, v. 471 . 
people of. exhorted by confederates of 

the ' Compromise ' or ' League of the 

Gueux ' to take up arms, viii. 22. 

— outrages committed at, by the 

' Gueuw' viii. 24. 

treaty concluded .if. between leaders of 

Calvinistic party, against Philip 1 1., viii. 28. 



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INDEX 



Antwerp, polygamist sect, in [1564], viii. 17. 

trade between, and South Germany, 

extinguished, xi. 9. 

the devil in [1584], xii. 385, 385 (w. 3). 

its leading position in the commercial 

world, viii. 11-12 ; xv. 4-5 (n. 1, 2). 

effect of its downfall on South German 

trade, xv. 5. 

poor laws of, xv. 430. 

' Antwort auf d. Protestation eines grimmigen 
Calvinisten ' [1589], x. 269 (ft. 2). 

auf d. unschuldigen Luther,' Conrad 

Vetter, x. 153 (n. 1). 155 (h.1),156 (n. 2). 

auf d. Schmahekarten d. grossen 

Hsuchlers . . . Calvinisten D. Chr. Pelargi,' 
Schlusselburg [1616], xiv. 178-9, 179 (re. I), 
187 (m. 4). 

auf d. sieben Teufel des Pistorius, 

Samuel Huber, x. 24 (n. 3), 38 (». 2). 

auf Hans Pistorii sieben Teufel ' [1596], 

Samuel Huber, x. 141-3, 141 (ft. 2), 142 
(re. 1). 

auf M. Gregor Berssmans greuliche 

Lasterung' [1591], N. Selnekker, x. 279 
(re. 1). 

Aquavivas bei Stieve, Ursprung, Anmer- 

kungen,' x. 356 (n. 2). 
' Anwendung des Holzschnittes,' Treviranus, 

xiii. 510 (re. 1). 
' Anzahl Predigten von Feucht und Ertlin 

(Eine),' xiv. 460 (ft. 1). 
' Anzaigung zwayer falsehen Zungen des 

Luthers,' J. Findling, xiv. 260. 
' Anzeige, wie allwegen sich die rbmischen 
Bischofe gegen d. deut. Kaiser gehalten 
haben,' Ulrich von Hutten, iii. 139. 
' Anzeiger fur deutsches Altertum,' xii. 
71 (n. 3), 161 (ft. 1), 213 (ft. 2). 

fur Kunde der deutschen Vorzeit,' iv. 

209 (ft. 1) ; xiii. 346 (m. 1) ; xiv. 55 (ft. 1) ; 
xv. 418 (n. 1) ; xvi. 411 (re. 4). 
Apel, John, on popularity of law as study in 
his Dialogue on the Study of Law [1540], 
xiii. 396-7, 397 (ft. 1). 
Apel, Nicholas, Prof, at Ingolstadt [1545], 

xiv. 314. 
Aperius, John, and doctrine of justification, 

xiv. 155. 
' Aphorismen iiber bildende Kunst,' Suhsland, 

xi. 142 (w. 3). 
Apian, Peter : see Peter Bienewitz. 
Apian, Philip (atlas-maker), son of Peter 
Bienewitz, xiii. 469, 469 (re. 2), 477, 477 
(ft. 1). 

his skill as cartographer, xiii. 477. 

converted to Protestantism, and leaves 

Ingolstadt [1568], xiii. 477 

becomes professor at Tubingen, xiii. 477. 

■ his death in 1589, xiii. 477. 

his mineralogical researches, xiii. 507 

(ft. 1). 
' Apian,' Gtinther, xiii. 507 (ft. 1). 
Apobolymaeus : see FindJing. John. 
Apocalypse, x. 595. 
' Apocalypse,' by Albert Dtirer, xi. 104. 

Commentaries on, attacks on Papacy 

, in, xi. 64. 

sixty sermons on, bv George Nigrinus 

[1593], xi. 64-5, 351 (re. 1). 

illustrated, i. 217, 218-9. 

: Luther on, xiv. 202. 

' Apokalypsis,' George Nigrinus [1570], xi. 37 

(n. 3), 64 (». 2), 65 (re. 1). 
' Apologia,' John Eck, xiv. 324 (re. 1). 

Peucer, viii. 195 (re. 1). 

adversus artieulos,' Erasmus, xvi. 320 

(n. 2). 

of Confession of Augsburg, composed by 

Melanchthon, i. 269 ; v. 296. 



' Apologia fur d. christliche Gemeinwesen,' 

Wimpheling, ii. 181. 
Orthodoxae Doetrinae contra Pontificios ' 

[1612], H. Emp^ychonius, x. 251 (re. 2). 
' Apologie, Vorreda A.,' Pandocheus, ix. 170 

(W.l). 

' Apologie des Christentums,' Schanz, xiv. 125 

(n. 5), 236 (re. 3), 237 (re. 2). 
' Apologie des Christentums,' Weiss, xiv. 103 

(w.l). 
' Apologie, N V Pandocheus, ix. 170 (re. 2). 
' Apologie oder Restungssehrift der lobwur- 
digen Societat Jesu, 'Peter Stevart.x. 208-9. 
Apology, vii. 44 (re. 2). 
' Apology ' of Jean Chastel, x. 391 (re. 2). 
' Apology ' of William of Nassau, Prince of 

Orange, viii. 14. 
' Aposteuzler,' xv. 428. 
' Apostle of Styria ' : see Brenner, Martin, 

Bishop of Seckau. 
' Apostle of the Germans,' Canisius, Peter, 

q.v. 
Apostles, Church of the, Cologne, xiv. 363 

(re. 1). 
Apostolic See, independence of, threatened, 

vi. 377. 
Apostolic succession, doctrine of, refuted by 

Protestant preachers, x. 28-9. 
' Apostol. Imitatrix,' Tanner [Jesuit, S.J.], ix. 

331 («. 1). 
Apothecaries. German, their inefficiency, xiv. 

52 (re. 1), 53. 
' Apothecary Ordinances ' of Emperors Fer- 
dinand I., Maximilian II., and Rudolf II., 
xiv. 52 (w. 1). 
' Apothekerbuch,' by Andrew Ellinger [1602], 

xiv. 22. 
' Apothekerwesen, Das,' Maeher, xiv.J52 (re. 1). 
Apparitions, miraculous, etc., xii. 239-47 ; 

xvi. 282-3. 
Appeldorn, Herman, i. 100. 
' Appellatio ad nobilitatem et populum Scotiae,' 

John Knox, x. 372 (re. 3). 
Appenweier, burning of witches in [1595], 

xvi. 426, 426 (ft. 2). 
Appenzell, Capuchins establish settlement at 
[1587], ix. 343. 

fanaticism of Baptists in, iv. 115. 

Appianus, Alexandrinus, xiii. 154. 
Appollinares, Q. 

his Albertus Magnus, xii. 306, 306 

(n.2). 

his Ein neuer Albertus Magnus, xn. 

306, 306 (re. 2). 
Apponus, Peter, necromancer, his seven 

devils, xii. 365. 
Apprentices, installation of, ii. 20. 

obligations of and to, ii. 20-3. 

declaration of freedom, ii. 23. 

passwords, ii. 25. 

admission to Guild as journeymen, ii. 23. 

Apulia, Turks land in, v. 446. 
Aquaviva, Claudius (General of Soc. of Jesus), 
viii. 315; x. 356 ; xvi. 435 (ft. 2). 

urged by Canisius to arrange for defence 

of Catholic Church, viii. 241. 

memorandum to, from Peter Canisius, 

on condition of religious needs of Germany, 
ix. 304. 

sends code of instructions to ' superiors' 

of houses of Order [1600], x. 357. 

issues special injunction concerning 

confessors to Princes [1602], x. 358-9. 

his injunction ratified and added to, 

by sixth General Assembly of Order, x. 
359-60. 

orders correction of Juan Mariana's 

book on Education of a King, x. 385, 
385 (n. 1). 

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Aquaviva, Claudius, publishes enactment 

gainsaying, under any pretext, the right 

of tyrannicide [1610], x. 385-6, 386 (n. 1). 

renews decree [1614], x. 386 (n. 1). 

disapproves of Scherer's sermon on the 

casting out of 120,000 devils [1589], xvi. 

465, 465 (n. 2). 
issues injunction to Jesuits not to mix 

themselves up in witch-trials, xvi. 465-6, 

465 (n.2), 466 (n. 1). 
Aquileja, Patriarch of, attack on, by Pro- 
testant mob, ix. 400, 400 (n. 1). 
Aquinas, Thomas, x. 207 ; xiv. 357. See also 

St. Thomas Aquinas. 

against tyrannicide, x. 389. 

He Veritnte Catholicas fidei contra 

gentiles, xiv. 116 (n. 1). 
Expositio in librum BaUii de Trinitate, 

xiv. 116 (n. 1). 
Luther's contempt for, xiv. 116 (n. 1), 

125, 125 (n. 1). 
' Arbeit an der Sprache,' Wilmanns, xiv. 416 

(n.2). 
Arbitration, Courts of, established between 

Princes of States, ii. 134. 
Archbishops: see Bishops. 
Archipelago, islands of, conquered by Turks, 

v. 446. 
Architects, German, in 15th cent., their 

pre-eminence, ii. 7. 
German, of Middle Ages, Unions and 

Guilds among, i. 165-7. 
Italian, their skill in fortress-building, 

xi. 119, 119 (n. 2). 

outside of Building Unions, i. 167. 

of Renaissance School, i. 169-70. 

Northern Germany, nature of building 

materials in, i. 171. 

names of, i. 170 («. 1). 

Architecture, i. 164-78. 

the connecting link between art and 

social life, i. 164. 

early, absence of books on, i. 167. 

first books on, i. 167-8. 

influence in Christian world, i. 168. 

need of aid from sculpture and painting. 

i. 179. 

the foundation of all other arts, xi. 79. 

splendour of, in German towns, increases 

in inverse ratio to their prosperity, xi. 

true, disappearance of, xi. 115. 

decorative wooden, xi. 116 (n. 2). 

its decay, xi. 116 (n. 2). 

Ecclesiastical, decay of, in Protestant 

districts [1524], xi. 42-3, 42 (n. 3). 

— continuance of Gothic style in, xi. 
117. 

Gi nuan or Gothic, xi. 100 (n. 1). 
its greatest period, i. 164. 

what it represents, i. 165. 

Monastic school of, i. 167. 

ornamentation in, i. 169. 

influence of Church on, i. 174-5. 

cause of flourishing state of, in 

Middle Ages, i. 176-7. 
not confined to ecclesiastical build- 
ings, i. 177-8. 

domestic, Justus Moser on, i. 177- 

8(n.). 

naturalised in England, i. 168. 

in Italy, i. 168. 

in Hungary, i. 169. 

in Majorca, i. 168-9. 

in Poland, i. 169. 

in Portugal, i. 168. 

— in Spain, i. 168. 

German Renaissance, absence of in- 
dividual Btj 1' in. si. 112 n. 



Architecture, German Renaissance, criticisms 
(if. xi. 112 (n.l), 114 (n.l. 2). 
- fundamental principles of, i. 169-70. 

— in Westphalia, i. 171. 

Rhenish Provinces, i. 171, 172-3. 

Suabia, i. 171. 

Bavaria, i. 171. 

— Roman ornament one of its leading 
characteristics, xi. 98 (n. 1). 

— secular, extravagance and pomp mani- 
fested in, xi. 125-36. 

popular outcry against, xi. 128. 

— of Sculpture after Antique-Italian 
manner, xi. 112-48. 

— ' Jesuit style of,' xi. 121-2 and 121 

(n. 3). 
Arch, triumphal, in Vienna, by Bartholomew 

Spranger, xi. 162. 
Archdukes, Confederacy of, x. 423. 
Arches, brick, in Northern Germany, 171. 
' Archidiakonus Petrus Gebauer : ein Zeit- 

und Lebensbild,' Jungnitz, vii. 245 (n. 2). 
' Archidoxa' [1575], by Leonard Thurneissen 

zum Thurn, xii. 298-9, 298 (n. 3). 
' Archiv,' v. Ledebur, xv. 284 (n. 2), 376 (n. 1), 

381 (n. 2). 

— der politischen Oekonomie,' xv.152 (n.2). 
der sachsischen Geschichte,' Arndt, 

viii. 48 (n.l). 

— des Hennebergischen Altertumsvereins,' 
xvi. 501 (w. 1). 

des Histor. Vereins fur Niedersachsen,' 
xv. 255 (n. 1). 

— des Histor. Vereins v. Unterfranken u. 
Aschaftenburg,' xii. 223 (n. 1) ; xiii. 
171 (n.l), 343 (n.2); xiv. 247 (n.l), 
306 (n.l), 423 (n.l); xv. 274 (n. 4), 
279 (n. 2), 448 (w. 1). 

— fiir d. Studium d. neueren Sprachen,' 
Kurz, x. 326 (n. 2). 

fiir d. Geschichte d. Bistums Augsburg,' 

Steichele, xiii. 229 (n. 1). 

— fiir d. Geschichte d. deutschen Buch- 
handels,' H. Pallmann, xi. 178 (n. 2), 
216 (n. 3), 233 (n. 3) ; xii. 189 (n. 2), 
219 (n.l), 327 (n.l); xiii. 189 (n.l); 
xiv. 400 (n. 1), 498 (n. 2), 500 (n. 1), 
512 (n. 3), 521 (n. 4), 527 (n. 3, 4), 529 
(n. 3) ; xv. 56 (n.2). 

— fiir Gesch. d. Medizin," xiv. 12 (n. 2), 
48 (n.l), 66 (n.2). 

— fur Geschichte u. Alterskunde von 
Oberfranken,' ix. 375 (n. 1). 

— fiir Geschichte u. Alterthumskunde 
Tyrols,' vi. 316 (n. 1). 

— fiir Hessen-Darmstadtisch Gesch.,' xiii. 
276 (n. 4). 

— fiir Gesch. v. Oberfranken,' xiv. 58 (n. 4), 
67. 

fiir hessische Geschichte u. Altertums- 

kunde,' x. 530 (n. 2) ; xv. 270 (». 2), 
272 (n.2), 276 (n.2). 

fiir Kunde osterreich. Geschichte,' 

Hoflcr, ii. 85 (n.) ; vii. 166 (n. 1). 

fiir Litteraturgesch.,' xi. 253 (n. 3) ; 

xii. 22 (n. 2), 97 (n. 1), 164 (n. 1, 2, 3), 
167 (n. 2), 179 (n. 1), 190 (n. 2), 191 (n. 1), 
192 (n. 1, 3), 219 (n. 5), 231 (n. 2). 360 (n.l) ; 
xiii. 383 (n. 1) ; xiv. 294 (n. 1), 295 (n. 2) ; 
xv. 345 (n. 2). 

— fiir osterr. Geschichte,' ix. 380 (n. 1), 
385 (n. 1), 404 (n. 2) ; x. 72 (n. 2) ; xiii. 
4^:> (n. 2) ; xiv. 60 (n. 1) ; xv. 218 (n. 5). 

— fiir sachsische Geschichte,' Weber, 
vii. 334 (n. 1), 351 (n. 2) ; viii. 167 (n. 2), 
174 (n. 1), 197 (n. 1) ; xv. 28 (n. 1), 
235 (n. 2), 273 (n. 1), 301 (n. 3). 

fiir schweizerische Reformationsgesch.,' 
xvi. 302 (». 3). 



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INDEX 



' Arctaivfur Staats-und Kirchengesch. Schles- 

wig-Holstein,' ii. 278 (re.). 

fte pathol. Anatomie,' xiv. 57 (re. 1). 

' Archivalische Beitrage z. Gesch. d. Schul- 

komSdie in Miinchen, 1549-1618,' K. 

Trautmann, xiii. 202 (n. 1). 
' Archive,' Arndt, vi. 193 (re. 1). 
Archives, viii. 18, 139 (re. 1). 

diocesan, of Freiburg, ix. 374 (n. 3). 

Dresden, viii. 211 (re. 2). 

Frankfort, viii. 74 (re. 1), 77 (re. 1), 

78 (n. 4), 101 (re. 1), 360 (re. 1), 371 (n. 2); 

ix. 86 (re. 2). 

for Lower Franconia, xiii. 44 (re. 3). 

of Province of Exacten, ix. 347 (n. 3). 

of Society for Old German Historical 

Research, x. 7 (n. 1). 

of Vatican, viii. 105 (re. 1), 107 (». 1, 2). 

■ Brevia, viii. 96. 

' Archivio Trentino,' xiii. 268 (re. 1), 527 (re. 1). 
' Archivische Nebenarbeiten,' Spiess, ix. 519 

(re. 1) ; xil. 351 (n. 3), 384 (re. 2). 
Archivium Unito-Protestantium, ix. 189 

(re. 2), 248 (re. 2), 252 (re. 2), 254 (re. 1), 

256 (re. 1), 259 (re. 1), 261 (re. 3), 263 (re. 1), 

264 (re. 1), 266 (n. 1), 268 (n. 1) ; x. 

559 (re. 2), 580 (re. 2), 584 (n. 1), 628 

(re. 1, 3), 629 (re. 2). 
Arco, Count, imperial ambassador raises 

protest against elevation of Cosmo de' 

Medici to rank of Grand Duke of Tuscany, 

viii. 91. 
Arellius [Italian painter], vulgarity of his 

work, xi. 91. 
Arena, Cesare dell', ix. 46 (re. 1). 
Arentin, Von, his Bayerns auswartige 

Verhdltnisse, v. 376 (». 2) ; viii. 46 (re. 2). 
his Maximilian der Erste, vi. 45 (re. 2), 

104 (re. 2); vii. 177 (n. 1, 2), 178 (re. 1), 

179 (re. 1), 385 (re. 2) ; viii. 308 (n. 1, 2), 

310 (re. 1), 312 (re. 1), 321 (re. 1), 322 (re. 1, 2), 

324 (re. 1, 3), 326 (re. 2), 349 (re. 2), 370 

(re. 1), 374 (re. 1), 382 (re. 2) ; ix. 50 (re. 3), 

60 (re. 1, 4), 61 (re. 2), 77 (n. 1), 86 (re. 1), 

125 (re. 1), 127 (re. 1), 189 (». 2), 273 (w. 3), 

397 (re. 1, 2) ; x. 186 (re. 1), 356 (re. 1). 
Aretino, Pietro, xi. 91. 
Aretius, Benedikt, prof, of theology at 

Bern [1563-74], xiv. 175, 181. 
on delights of mountaineering, xiii. 

548, 548 (re. 2). 

gardens of, xiii. 532. 

his Examen theologicum [1584, 1598], 

xiv. 175 (re. 3). 
his Theologiae problemata seu loci 

Communes [1599], xiv. 175 (n. 3), 102, 

102 (re. 1). 
against the use of medicine in cases 

of plague, xiv. 102, 102 (n. 1). 
his Problemata theologica [1578], xiv. 

181 (n. 3). 
Arfeld, xi. 30 (re. 1). 
Argen, iv. 226. 

Arginas, Joseph, a bath of, xi. 205. 
Argyropulus, his Stagirite, xiv. 374. 
Arianism, Heidelberg, viii. 160. 
Arians, viii. 177 ; ix. 425 ; x. 266 ; xi. 74. 
Heidelberg theologians charged by 

John Andrea with being, viii. 161. 

heresies of, xii. 255. 

Aristarchus, by Martin Opitz, xii. 223, 

223 (n. 2). 
Aristophanes, disadvised as school author, 

xiii. 166, 170, 170 (n. 1). 

his Clouds, xiii. 170 (re. 1). 

' Aristoteles in d. Scholastik,' Schneid, xiv. 

372 (w. 4). 
Aristotle, xii. 299 (n. 1); xiii. 162; xiv. 

116. 



Aristotle, his position towards Christianity, 
xiv. 117 (re. 2). 

— Luther's hatred of, xiv. 119-24. 

Melanchthon's various views on, xiv. 

126-9. 
prevailing study of, at Protestant 

universities, xiv. 131-4, 132 (re. 1). 
reversion to, by many reformed 

theologians, xiv. 182. 
attitude of German philosophers 

towards, iii. 26 ; xiv. 372-3, 372 (re. 4), 

373 (re. 3, 4). 
attacks of Italians on, meet with no 

response in Germany, xiv. 373, 373 (re. 3). 
Eck's commentaries on his writings on 

logic and physics, xiv. 373-4, 374 (re. 1). 

German commentaries on, xiv. 375. 

study of, urged by P. Canisius and 

introduced into University of Ingohtadt 

[1558], xiv. 375-6. 
study of, advocated by other Orders 

besides Society of Jesus, xiv. 377, 377 (re. 3) . 
Arius, ix. 228 ; xiv. 144. 
Aries, xiii. 430. 
Armada, Spanish, ix. 140. 
' Arme Teufel (Der),' xiii. 48. 
' Armen Leute(Die),' vonBezold.iv. 128 (re.l). 
' Armenordnungen (Die) von Nurnberg [1522] 

und von Ypern [1525],' Fr. Ehrls, xv. 

452 (n. 1), 451 (re. 1), 455 (re. 1). 
' Armenpflage,' Ratzinger, xiv. 109 (re. 1) ; 

xv. 431 (re. 1), 449 (re.l). 
' Armenwesen des Mittelalterlichen Koln, 

etc.,' V. von Woikowskv-Biedau, xv. 432 

(». 2). 
Arminius, James, to Grynaus, on strife 

between different Protestant sects, x. 

257 (re. 1). 
Armour, suits of, ornamental, xi. 186. 

suit of, of Emperor Rudolf II., xi. 186. 

Armourers, German, work executed by, 

xi. 186. 
' Armourers of civilisation,' i. 14. 
Armouries, xi. 186. 

Arms, military, ornamentation of, xi. 186. 
Army, imperial, opposed to Turks, condition 

and morale of [1595], ix. 196. 

— opposed to Turks, discord in, ix. 269. 
■ peasants the chief constituents of, 



iv. 181. 
■ standing, 



Nicholas of 



advocated by 

Cusa in 15th cent., ii. 156-7. 
advocated by W. Becker in 15th 

cent., ii. 157. 

taxes for maintenance of, ii. 212-1 3. 

Arnberg, von, iii. 299. 

Arndes, his Liibeck Bible [1494], xiv. 388 

(re. 3). 
Arndt, Archiv der sacks. Qeschichte, vi. 193 

(re. 1) ; viii. 48 (re. 6). 
Arndt, John, superintendent of Celle, most 

important German representative of 

mysticism, xiv. 195, 492-7. 

his birth at Ballenstadt [1555], xiv. 492. 

attends universities of Helmstadt, 

Wittenberg, Strasburg, and Basle, xiv. 

492. 



— appointed teacher at Ballenstadt 
[1581], xiv. 492. 

— appointed pastor at Badeborn [1583], 
xiv. 492. 

■ deposed from office and banished [1590], 



xiv. 492. 
works in Quedlinburg, Brunswick, and 

Eisleben, xiv. 492. 
— goes to Celle as superintendent of 

Luneburg [1611-21], xiv. 492, 492 (re. 2). 
his hatred of polemical sermons, xiv. 

492. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Arndt, John, insists in sermons on necessity 
for clean living and neighbourly love, xiv. 
492. 

his Vier Biicher vom wahren Christentum, 

xiv. 195, 491 (». 1), 493, 493 (n. 1). 

his Parodies Gartlein, xiv. 195. 

the aim of his works, xiv. 493-4. 

violent attacks upon, by Lutherans, 

xiv. 195-6. 

his refutation of doctrines of Papists, 

Synergists, and Majorites, xiv. 494. 

his adherence to the Augsburg 

Confession, Smalcald Articles, Formula of 
Concord, and Luther's Catechisms, xiv. 
494, 494 (n. 1). 

his views on Justification by Faith, 

etc., 494 (n. 2, 3, 4). 

classes Luther with Christ, the 

Apostles, and Church Fathers, xiv. 494, 
494 (n. 5). 

his views on corruption of human 

reason and on position of heathen, xiv. 
494-5. 

his insistence on ' works of love,' 

xiv. 49.-), 495 (n. 1). 

his leanings towards Tauler and 

Thos. a Kempis and other mystics, xiv. 
495-6. 

beauty of the fourth book Von 

d. stech's Tagewerken Gottcs, xiv. 496. 

letters to J. Gerhard [1607] and to 

burgomaster of Brunswick [1608] on 
charges of uuorthodoxy, xiv. 496-7, 
497 (n. 1). 

his efforts for public morals and his 

weariness of preaching, xiv. 490, 490 («. 2). 
Arnheim, portentous birth in [1575], xii. 

232-3. 233 (n. 1). 
Arnold, Unpirteiische liirchen- u. Ketzer- 
historie, xi. 132 (». 2) ; xii. 71 (n. 2) ; 
xiii. 290 (». 2). 
Arnold, Frederic W., on Renaissance poetrv, 

xi. 298 («. 1). 
Arnold, Gabriel, treasurer to Count Palatine 
Otto Heinrich of Pfalz-Neuburg, vi. 227. 

advises Elector Maurice to attack 

Charles V. and King Ferdinand, vi. 444-5, 
445 (n. 1). 

Vita Mauriti, vi. 58 (n. 2), 309 («. 1). 

Arnoldi, Bartholomew, von Usingen, iii. 
32 ; iv. 347 (n. 1) ; xiii. 396 (n. 1). 

and Confutation of Confession of 

Augsburg, v. 258. 
Arnoldi, Francis, pastor at Cologne, near 

Mrissen, xiv. 276 (n. 2), 292. 
Arnpeck, Veit, his Bavarian Chronicle, i. 292 ; 

xiii. 424, 424 (n. 3). 
Arnsberg [town], Archbishop Gebhard of 
Cologne Bees to, with bride, ix. 51. 

letter from. ix. 51. 

absence in, of followers of new religion, 

ix. 53. 

[county], religious persecution in, ix. 54. 

Arnsdorf [Tillage], pavment of schoolmaster, 

xiii. 47 (/(. 3). 
Arnspergsr : nee Fischer, Oswald. 
Arnstadt, proposed meeting of League of 
Smalcald at, vi. 75. 

threatened by army of Margrave 

Albert of Brandenburg-Culrnbach, vi. r>u. 
Amstein, Prince-Bishop Julius of wurzburg 

i es erection of hospital at, ix. 369. 
Amstein Hospital, ordinances of, xiv. 109. 
Arnt, Blaster, painter, i. 185. 
Arnum, torture of woman at, for witchcraft . 

xvi. 601, 501 (». 1). 
Arolsen, monastery of, given to Count 

Philip of Waldeck, v. 82. 
Arras, Bishop of • tee Granvell, 



Arretius, Benedictus, x. 595. 

Arriaga, Roderick de, Spanish professor of 

theology at Prague, xiv. 355. 

— his commentary on the Summa 

Theologica of St . Thomas Aquinas, xiv. 361 . 
Arrian, xiii. 154. 
• Ars Bibendi,' of Vincentius Obsopaeus 

[1536], xiii. 347, 347 (n. 1). 
Art and Popular Literature, i. 101-306. 
Antique-Italian : see Antique-Italian 

Art. 

Catalogue, R. Lepke, xi. 60 (n. 4). 

Catholic, ; estoration period of, xi. 

115-23. 

collections of the Princes, xi. 197-206. 

— of Albert V., Duke of Bavaria, xi. 



197-202. 

- Emperor Rudolf II., xi. 202-3. 
■ Archduke Ferdinand II. of Tyrol, 



xi. 203 (w. 1). 

■Archduchess Maria Magdalena of 



Styria, xi. 203 (n. 1). 

-of Duke Philip II. of Pomerania, 



xi. 206 (n. 4). 

— decline of love of, in Germany, iv. 
162-5. 

— degeneracy of, after Church schism, 
xi. 207-39; xvi. 136. 

— decorative, degeneracy of, in late 16th 
and early 17th centuries, xi. 190. 

encouragement of, by Jacob Heller, i. 

182-4. 

— by brotherhoods, i. 185. 



— first origin of, and what it expresses, 
i. 181. 

— German, its growth from manual work, 
i. 241. 

— — pre-eminence in, in later Middle 
Ages, ii. 287. 

■ decadence of, xi. 152. 



— goldsmiths', flourishing condition of, in 
15th and 16th centuries, xi. 181. 

under Duke Albert V. of Bavaria, 



xi. 182 (n. 1). 

the longest to withstand deteriorat- 



ing influences, xi. 181-2. 

its chief centres, xi. 182. 

prices paid [1565], xi. 182 (n. 1). 

— armourers' and gunmakers', 



186-8. 

of cabinet-making, xi. 188-90. 

pottery, xi. 194 and 194 (n. 3). 

— Gothic, its insistence on regard 

nature of material, xi. 115. 
its continuance in 



for 



ecclesiastical 



architecture, xi. 117. 

Greek : see Greek art. 

Art guilds, xi. 93. 

'Art Chretien (De L'),' Rio, xi. 90 (n. 1), 
91 («. 3), 92 (n. 1, 2). 

Christian, denounced by Zwingli, xi. 28. 

doctrine of good works a powerful 

factor in development of, xi. 40. 

decadence of, xi. 207-41, 341-58, 362- 

91 ; xii. 36-51, 110-41, 167-84, 185, 
227, 228-77, 278-386. 

' Art in Alsace,' Woltmann, xi. 234 (n. 3). 

Art, indigenous German, its relations to 
genuine Antique, xi. 78-82. 

its decay in 16th cent, and imita- 
tion of ' New Italian Manner,' xi. 87-93, 
95-6. 

further signs of decadence, xi. 98. 

— its loss of national character, xi. 93. 

displaced by 'New Antique- 
Italian Art,' xi. 95. 

in Northern Germany, i. 198-9. 

in relation to national genius, i. 161. 

German, in Middle Ages, i. 161, lt>4. 



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INDEX 



Art, German, influence of Church on, i. 
161-2. 

as aid to high ido.ils, i. 162. 

unison between all branches of, 

i. 162. 

cause of decline of, i. 163. 

antagonism against, i. 163. 

national : see Architecture. 

Christian-Germanic : see Architecture. 

German, influence of, i. 169. 

in the service of Fectarian polemics, 

xi. 53-77 and 53 (». 1). 

caricatures of libellous pictures pro- 
duced by German engravers, wood- 
carvers, and painters, xi. 53-66. 
Luther's views upon, xi. 56. 



— glass-painting employed as medium 
for caricature, xi. 69-70, 75. 

— church-bells as medium for caricature, 
xi. 70 (n. 2). 

— decay of all artistic creativeness, xi. 76. 
• causes of decay, xi. 76. 



— Plastic, Goethe on development of, 
xi. 87 (n. 1) : see also Sculpture : see also 
Plastic Art. 

— ■ Religious, origin of, xi. 78-80, 79 {n. 1). 

— naturalism in, and in the representa- 
tions from the life of the people, xi. 
207-16. 

— indecency in, xi. 212-13, 213 



(n. 1). 

— the bad and the ugly depicted in. 
xi. 217-22. 

— secular, deterioration in, xi. 223. 

— grotesqueness and vulgarity in 
German, xi. 223-31. 

■ immorality in, xi. 231-7. 



Art, Renaissance, of Germany, its advent, xi. 
27, 76. 

uncongenial to the soil, xi. 76-7. 

early development of, xi. 101-111. 

—its superficial character, xi. 101. 

its lack of individual style, xi. 

112-14, 112 (n. 1). 

— criticism of, xi. 112 (n. 1), 114 {n. 1, 2). 
its mixture with the Gothic, xi. 115, 



116 (n. 2). 
additions built on to Gothic 

churches after Catholic Restoration, xi. 

118 and 118 (w.2). 
pure, introduced into Styria by 

Salustro Peruzzi, xi. 120. 
St. Michael's Church, Munich, its 

greatest ecclesiastical creation [1582-97], 

xi. 122 and 122 {n. 1). 

secular, xi. 125-36. 

— sculpture, xi. 136-48. 
■and Gothic, mixture of, xi. 115, 116 



(». 2). 



German- Latin marked by absence 
of taste, xlii. 344 (n. 3). 

A t, Renaissance, Italian, in Italy and Ger- 
many, xi. 87-100. 

Italian artists enchanted with idea 

of, xi. 88. 

ominous signs manifested in, xi. 88-9. 

— — specimens of corrupt art in early days of, 
xi. 91. 

its freedom from licentiousness main- 
tained by Dejob, xi. 93 (n. 1). 

its spurious development in Germany, 

xi. 95. 

■ Albrecht Diirer's criticism of, xi. 96. 



adopted by both Catholics and Pro- 
testants in Germany, xi. 98. 

— ■ — ■ its encroachments on North German 
Art, xi. 98 (n. 1). 
See also Renaissance. 

Art-life, decay of, xi. 43-52. 



Art-rules, German, disseminators of, first 

known, i. 251. 
Art-writers in support of Antique-Italian 

method : see Antique-Italian Method, Art 

writers in support of. 
Artern School, petition of masters at, for 

increase of salary, xiii. 125, 125 (n. 2). 
' Articles,' drawn up by Thos. Munzer and 

Heinrich Pfeiffer for district round Miihl- 

hausen, iv. 292-3, 295. 
Articles, 45, of ' evangelical brotherhood ' of 

Frankfort, iv. 280, 281-2, 284. 
Articles of Erfurt insurgents, iv. 303. 
Articles of Frankfort, iv. 333-4. 
as models for insurgents of Mayence, 

Worms, and Spires, iv. 333. 
■ destruction of, iv. 334. 



Articles of league between town of Rotenburg 

and Franconian Peasants, iv. 289-90. 
Articles, Liineburg : see Liineburg Articles. 
Articles of Smalcald : see Smalcald Articles. 
Articles, Torgau, drawn up under direction of 

Elector Augustus of Saxony [1574], viii. 

189. 

doctrines expounded in, viii. 189-90. 

all theologians required to sign, viii. 189. 

all who decline, arrested, viii. 189. 

• signed by all the Leipzig theologians, 



viii. 190. 
four Wittenberg theologians decline to 

sign, viii. 190. 

criticism of, by Cruciger, viii. 190. 

their ambiguity, viii. 190 (n. 1). 

Articles, Twelve, of the Peasants' War, iv. 

186-9, 186 (n. 1), 189 (n. 1). 
accepted by town council, etc., of 

Nagelstadt, iv. 300. 
'■ forced on Bp. of Wiirzburg, iv. 287. 



Articles of Tyrolese peasants, iv. 335. 

' Articulus de providertia Dei ct aeterna 
praedestinathne sen electione Alio rum Dei 
a-i saltlem ' [1595], Aegidius Herunius, xiv. 
186 (n. 5). 

• Artikul, wie die Reiffenberg geendet,' 
v. Druffel, vi. 440 {n. 1). 

Artisans, condition of, at close of Middle 
Ages, ii. 1-42. 

Artists, altered social position of, xi. 93-5. 

constant employment for, in Middle 

Ages, i. 180. 

their dissolute lives, xi. 94, 237-41. 

their poverty, 43-50 and 46 (w.). 

German, of 15th cent., intense patriot- 
ism of, i. 181. 

■ training of, i. 181-2. 



dearth of, xi. 140-1. 

and mechanics, German, in Middle 

Ages, sympathy between, i. 241. 
Artois, vi. 4, 444. 

invaded by French army [1542], vi. 



179. 



Francis I. renounces claim on, vi. 259. 
suzerainty of. v. 6. 
- demanded by Francis I., v. 446. 



destined for Charles IX. of France in 

projected division of Netherlands [1566], 
viii. 33. 

to be made over to France in Louis of 

Nassau's plan for partition of Netherlands 
[1571], viii. 116. 

Artomedes, Sebastian, preacher at Konigs- 
berg [1590], xii. 377 (n. 4) ; xiv. 474-5. 

his sermons on the Last Supper [1590], 

xiv. 469 (n. 1), 475. 

his advice to preachers and congrega- 
tions in his Vier Christliche and Nutzliche 
Predigten, xiv. 489, 489 (». 2). 

Arts, devilish, reports on, xii. 348-54. 

Fine, the devil in, xi. 216-22 ; xvi. 279. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Arts, line, influence of religious Revolution 

on, xi. 28-52. 

Minor, xi. 181-96. 

15th cent, the golden age of, xi. 181, 

190. 
degeneracy of in 16th and 17th 

cents., xi. 190. 
Artzen, Peter, his picture of Christ bearing 

the Cross, xi. 210. 
Arumaus. Dominicus, professor of law at 

Jena, xiii. 421. 

his Comment de eomitiis, ix. 208 (n. 1). 

Arundel, Archbp., xiv. 399. 

Arx, St. Gall, ix. 337 (n. 1). 

' Arundel Penitential,' the, xvi. 226 (n. 3). 

' Arzneibuch,' Johann Weyer, xvi. 320 (re. 2) 

' Arzneibiichlein,' by Caspar Begeler of 

Leipzig, xiv. 62-3, 63 (re. 1). 
' Arzneikunde,' Sprengel, xiv. 6 (re. 2), 8 

(m. 1), 10 (». 1), 12 (re. 1), 23 (re. 1), 32 

(n. 2). 
' Arznei- Kunst- und Wunderbuch ' [1592], 

by Michael Bapst von Rochlitz, xii. 285 

(». 1). 
Asceticism, Protestant, xiv. 195-6. 
Aschaffenburg, xiv. 81 ; xvi. 431. 

fashions in, in 15th cent., ii. 67. 

' evangelical army ' attacks, iv. 284. 

■ Bp. imprisoned in Castle, iv. 284-5. 

depredations committed by Saxon army 

on its homeward march from Smalcaldic 

War, vi. 347. 
chancellory at, destroyed by Margrave 

Albert of Brandenburg-Culmbach, and 

heavy contributions in money levied, vi. 

489. 

Jesuit College founded at [1612], ix. 313. 

zeal of ' Germanikers ' in, ix. 326. 

missal by N. Glockendon at, xi. 129 

(«. 1). 
witch-burning in [1601], xvi. 431, 431 

(». 1). 
Ascham, Roger, vi. 491 («. 1). 
estimate of King Henry II. of France, 

vi. 462. 
Aschbach, Kirchenlexikon, xiii. 28 (n. 1), 

425 (n. 1), 438 (n. 2) ; xiv. 273 (n. 3), 

298 (n. 1), 301 (». 4). 
Universitat Wien, viii. 296 (n. 1) ; x. 172 

In. 1) ; xiii. {n. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), 214 (ra. 1, 2), 

472 (n. 2, 4), 473 (n. 2), 476 (n. 1, 2), 526 

(». 1) ; xiv. 259 (». 2), 353 (n. 1), 354 (re. 3). 

Nachtraie zi Aachbrch, xiii. 526 (w. 3). 

Aschenb ugk, Westphalia, sorcerers in [1583], 

xii. 272, 272 (n. 2). 
Aschenbrenner, Court apothecary to John 

Geo. Elector of Brandenburg, xv. 284. 284 

(«. 2). 
Aschersleben, iv. 93 ; xiv. 11. 
Council (if. on meagre salaries of school- 
masters [1589], xiii. 119-20, 120 (re. 1). 
Aschhausen, Johann Gottfried von, elected 

Bishop of Bamberg [1609], ix. 376 ; x. 

550. 
his learning and his exemplary life, ix. 

376. 
hands over seminary for priests to 

Jesuits and builds gymnasium, ix. 376. 
joins defensive League of South German 

Estates [1614], x. 606. 
Ascoli, introduction of printing into, i. 13. 
Asmushausen, church at, i. 173. 
' Asotus,' by (iciirgc Macropedius, xiii. 173. 
Asparagus, Its advent in Germany, xiii. 517. 
Asphe, Paul, Hessian theologian, on preva- 
lent discontent [1654-65], vi. 532-8. 
Asseburg, John, <>n prevailing stinginess 

towards church and Bchoola [1609], xiii, 

117 n, I is (n. 1). 



Asseburg, John, his school consecration 

sermon at Tangermunde [1609], xiv. 467 

(re. 2). 
' Assecuration,' Maximilian II. 's, viii. 382. 
Asselinean, x. 502 (re. 2), 503 (re. 3). 

to Duplessis-Mornay, x. 445 (n. 5). 

Assembly, Christian, at Diet, demanded by 

Protestants at Diet of Augsburg [1547-48], 

vi. 393. 
Imperial, demanded, for decision of 

religious questions, by Protestant allies at 

Diet of Ratisbon [1546], vi. 302. 

National, vi. 154. 

of Princes, complaints of its lack of 

interest in condition of the poor, xv. 446. 
of Protestant Princes at Frankfort-am- 

Main [1557] : see Princes, Protestant, 

Assembly of [1557]. 
— Provincial, at Landshut [1553]: see 

Landshut. 
Assen, v. 484. ' 
' Assertio veteris ac veri Cbristianismi ad- 

versus novum et fictum Jesuitismum, 1576,' 

ix. 310 (n. 1). 
Assisi Cathedral, i. 168. 
Associations, Trading, their harmful effect on 

commerce, xv. 23-31, 23 (re. 3). 
excessive profit made by, one cause 

of public discontent, iv. 154. 
Committee formed to inquire into, 

at Diet of Nuremberg [1523], iv. 154. 

their imports, iv. 154-5. 

■ — charged with adulteration of goods, 

iv. 155. 

grievances urged against, iv. 155-6. 

their suppression demanded by 

leaders of insurgent peasants, iv. 193-4. 
Asti, Francis I. secretly declines to renounce, 

v. 235. 
Francis I. demands cession of, from 

Emperor, v. 440, 440 (re. 1). 
surrender of, demanded by Francis I., 

v. 446. 
Astrachan, conquest of, by Ivan the Terrible, 

vii. 112. 
Astrology, opponents to, xii. 251-2. 

supposed uses of, xii. 301-2, 302 (n. 1). 

popularity of, xii. 303, 303 (n. 2). 

Agricola's disbelief in, xiii. 502, 502 (n.3). 

genera] prevalence of faith in, xiv. 44, 

44 (w. 1). 
' Astronomia Magna ' [1571], ed. and transl. 

by Michael Schiitz, xiii. 355. 
' Astronomie,' Wolf, xii. 302 (w. 2, 3), 303 

(n. 1). 
' Astronomischen Anschauungen d. Nikolaus 

v. Kusa und seiner Zeit,' Schanz, xiii. 471 

(n. 1). 
Astronomy, German claim as pioneers in, 

i. 139. 
science of, study of, at Nuremberg, 

i. 145. 

See also Mathematics and Astronomy. 
Athanasius, vi. 407. 

Atlansee 0>ook publishers of Vienna), iii. 360. 
Atlantic Ocean, viii. 111. 
Atlas-r akers, pre-eminence of Germans as, 

xiii. 469, 469 (re. 1). 
Atlases, first printing of, from metal plates, 

i. 13. 
Atrocianus, John, xiv. 240 (n. 1). 
Attendorn, disreputable conduct of Archbp. 

Gebhard and wife at [1583], ix. 55-6. 

their destruction of church at, ix. 56. 

' Aub. Miraci Opp. Dipl.,' xiv. 398 (n. 3). 

Audebert, x. 149. 

Auerbach, Conference between Casimir of 

Brandenburg-Culmbach and Count Pala- 
tine at, v. 38, 39. 



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INDEX 



Auerhan [a devil] exorcised, xii. 360. 

' Augenspiegel ' interdicted by Pope, iii. 110. 

' Auf des Bocks zu Leipzig A itwort,' Luther, 

xiv. 274. 
' Auf des Stiers zu Wittenberg watende 

Replika,' xiv. 274. 
' Aufdecku ^g d. Luthertums,' G. Wizel [1538], 

xvi. 51 (n. 2). 
' Aufgabe (die) d. Orgel im Gottesdienste,' 

G. Rietschel, xi. 249 {n. 1). 
' Aufbebung d. Leibeigenschaft,' G. Hansscu, 

xv. 152 (■». 2). 
Aufkirchen, xvi. 414. 
' Aufruf an d. Kaiser und d. geistl. u. welti. 

Fiirsten,' Joh. Weyer[1566], xvi. 313 (». 1). 
' Aufruf,' Neser von Fiirstenberg, viii. 103 

(». 1). 
' Aufruf zur Heerfahrt wider den Erbfeind 

christlichen Namens ' [1597], ix. 200 and 

200 (». 2). 
' Aufruf zum christlichen Heerzug wider die 

Tiirken,' viii. 102, 103 and 103 («. 1). 
' Aufruhrbuch,' iv. 334 (n. I). 
' Aufsatz im Jahrb. f. lothringische Geschichte, 

1883-89,' Winckelmami, vi. 165 (n. 1). 
' Aufsatz in d. Forschungen zur deutschen 

Geschichte,' Hermann, vii. 254 (n. 1). 
Aufsess, Hans Georg von, associate of Hans 

Thomas von Absberg, iii. 279. 
' Aufwecker der Geistlichen ' [1597], x. 200. 

its attack on Protestants, x. 200. 

complaint of Elector Palatine Frederic 

V. against, x. 200-1. 
' Aufzeichnung ' in Dresden Archives, viii. 

211 (n. 2). 

Milichius, xii. 360 (». 1). 

VJn 1560,' vii. 115 (n. 1). 

' Aufzeichnungen Alex. Hopmanns,' x. 431 

(». 3), 430 (». 4). 
Bullingers,' Krafft, xiv. 252 (n. l),25t 

(ft. 1). 

Carlos V.,' vi. 258 (n. 3). 

■ des Brunauer Schullehrers M. Brusler,' 

xiv. 83 (ft. 6). 
des Dr. Juris Alexander Hopmann,' x. 

431 (ft. 3), 435 (n. 1). 
des Kolner Kartauserprior Joh. Reck- 

schenskel,' ix. 140 (». 2). 

des Mainzer Raths von Effer',' x. 521 

(ft. 1). 
einer fiirstlichen Person,' xv. 316-17, 

316 (n. 5), 317 («. 1). 
eines Ungenannten,' v. 305 («. 1), 306 

(». 2), 308 (n. 3), 309 (». 1, 2). 
■ Lenz, v. 309 («. 1), 310 (w. 1), 322 (n. 1), 



395 (ft. 1). 

■ Prince Christian of Anhalt, x. 403 (m. 3). 

' Augensalbe far etliche ubelriechende Pro- 

pheten in Hessen,' L. Rechtenberg, x. 

298-9, 299 (n. 1). 
' Augenscheinlicher Beweiss.' Bl. 3 CC, x. 349 

(n. 1), 366,493 (ft. 1). 
' Augenspiegel,' by Johan Reuchlin, iii. 52-3, 

56, 60. 
' Augia Stall' [16151, x. 235-6. 
' Augmenter of His Princely Highness's 

Dominions ' [ = Mich. Geismayr], iv. 336. 
Augsburg, free or imperial city, ii. 129 ; 

v. 168, 203, 221, 449 ; vi. 11, 14, 421, 422, 

454, 461 (n. 2) ; viii. 56, 89, 229, 291 ; 

x. 330 ; xii. 232, 332. 

Anabaptists, v. 158, 159. 

confession of faith of, v. 158. 

their chief centre, v. 158. 

■ — persecution of [1528], v. 160. 

armour, trade in, at, xi. 186. 

Town Council of, present Emperor 

Rudolf II. with iron-work armchair, xi. 



Augibu g, army to be raised at, as body-guard 

to free Christian Council, v. 532. 
bankruptcies in, xv. 24-5, 24 (ft. 3), 25 

(ft. 1, 2), 28-9. 
Aigsburg Bible, editions of, i. 57; xiv. 388 

(«. 3), 389. 
Augsburg, Bishop of, vi. 313. 

5 ■<> Friedrich von Zollern, Henry V. von 

Knorringen,Johann Egolf von Knorringen, 

Christopher II. von Stadion, Marquand IV. 

von Berjo, Otto Truchsess (Cardinal), 

Ulrich (Saint). 
Augsburg, Bishopric of, vi. 335. 
■ Schartlin von Burtenbach's plan for 

capture of, by Smalcald Confederates, vi. 

315. 

■ surrendered by Duke Maximilian of 



Bavaria to Austrian directorate [1616], 
x. 607. 
book of songs published at, i. 243. 

— book-publishers of, their loss of trade, 
iii. 360. 

— burghers of, join Peasants' Rising, iv. 
232. 



buys artillery of Count Palatine Otto 
Heinrich of Pfalz-Nauburg, vi. 227. 

Canisius, Peter, invited to become 



Cathedral preacher at [1559], viii. 244. 
-interests himself in Cathedral 



scholars and poor students of, ix. 316. 

Cathedral, stained-glass in, i. 211. 

endowment for pulpit of, i. 38. 

canons, etc., at, xiii. 7. 

silver altar in, i. 188. 

as chief centre of German foreign 

trade, xv. 2. 
charitable houses of ' Alexians ' at, 

xv. 437. 
Charles V. summons Diet to meet at 

[1525], v. 3. 

— ■ -re-establishes rule in, vi. 498. 

Christoph von Stadion, Bp. of : see 

Stadion, Christoph von. 
' Augsburg Chronicle,' by Burkard Zink, 

xiii. 425. 
coins liable to clipping, xv. 86, 86 

(«. 1). 

comedies played by students of, i. 283. 

communications between Cardinal 

Cajetanu* and Luther, at, iii. 96. 
complaint of Pope of favour shown by, 

to Lutherism, iv. 16 17. 

conference held at, to oppose election 



187. 



of Archduke Ferdinand as King of the 
Romans, v. 305. 

Augsburg Confession [1530], vi. 42, 150, 151, 
157, 166, 170, 243, 301, 338, 536, 548, 549, 
561 ; vii. 68, 86, 87, 97, 100, 102, 118, 125, 
130, 137, 192, 205, 214, 216, 227, 233, 238, 
242, 243, 245, 278-9, 324, 327, 340, 356, 
358, 359, 361, 363, 366, 367, 371, 373, 387 ; 
viii. 3, 38, 45, 52, 63, 66, 69, 84, 149, 150, 
152, 198, 302, 303, 305, 323, 329, 332, 333, 
342, 345, 347, 348, 357, 361, 363, 383, 403, 
410, 411 ; ix. 8, 21, 52, 67, 75, 80, 82, 104, 
114, 137, 138, 139, 169, 208, 227, 352, 352 
(n. 2), 410, 449, 515 ; x. 178, 186, 187, 
188, 189, 191, 217, 291, 300, 302, 306, 422, 
539; xiii. 220; xiv. 95, 145, 158, 264, 
282, 452, 494, 505 ; xv. 186. 

Apologia of, i. 269. 

the signing of, v. 252. 

Charles V. suggests a General Council 

to endeavour to meet the difficulties of, 
v. 256-7. 

and the 'Lord's Supper,' v. 535. 

and ' Edict of Worms,' v. 256, 257. 

examination and refutation of, v. 258. 

' confutation ' of by the Diet, v. 258. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Augsburg Confession, articles of, discussed by 

sub-committees at Diet of Augsburg, v. 2<;2. 

true principle at stake, v. 263. 

— — and question of episcopal jurisdiction, 

v. 264. 
Protestants contend that it had not 

been refuted, v. 295-6. 

Melanchthon's Apologia of, v. 294. 

the Reutlingers subscribe to, v. 301. 

Nuremberg, Heilbronn, Kempten, 

Windsheim, and Weissenburg in Nordgau, 

delegates sign, v. 301. 
treaty of peace concluded with ad- 
herents of, at Nuremberg [1532], v. 385-6, 

389. 

illogical conduct of adherents of, v. 507. 

Luther exhorts his followers to stand 

by, v. 537. 
condemnation of Zwinglians in 

Article 10, omitted by consent of Luther, 

in new ed. [1540], v. 542. 
Maurice, Duke of Saxony, pledges his 

faith to, vi. 52. 

becomes code for duchy of Saxony, 



vi. 53. 

Protestants at Congress of Spires 

decide to abide by [1540], vi. 107. 

Protestants at Worms [1540] decide 

to abide by, vi. 111. 

Palatine Court, labours of, for sup- 
pression of, x. 281-2. 

upheld by burghers of Pforzheim, x. 

283. 

Princes who become members of, 

vi. 424. 

subscribers to, guaranteed by Emperor 

safe conduct to and fro to Diet of Augs- 
burg [1550], vi. 431. 

Protestant Princes decide to stand by, 

vi. 543-4. 

attempts made to compel Catholics to 

adopt, vi. 55 4-60. 

— and towns of Magdeburg, Halberstadt, 
Halle, Jiiterbogk, Merseburg, Naumburg, 
Zeitz, and Wurzen, etc., vi. 560. 

members of.sole beneficiaries by ' Treaty 

Peace' of Diet of Augsburg [1555], vi. 564-5. 

Estates adhering to, claim right to 

regulate religion of the people, vii. 2-4. 

suggested reformation of, vii. 31. 

proposal not approved, vii. 31. 

— — ■ — - resolved that it should remain bind- 
ing on Protestant preachers, vii. 32. 

Melanchthon's support of, vii. 34. 

changes wrought in, since its first 

inception [1531-57J, vii. 35-7 and 37 (n. 1), 
38. 

pronouncement in Frankfort Recess 

[1558J concerning, vii. 49. 

approved of by King Maximilian of 

Bohemia, vii. 49. 

Melanchthon's apology for, xiv. 243. 

charged with falsification, vii. 139. 

(let nils relating to his composition of, 

v. Appendix, note xviii., pp. 555-6. 

Fulda burghers demand introduction 

of, vii. 188. 

Treves burghers claim right to abide 

by, vii. 189. 

right annulled by ' lieligious Peace,' 

vii. 189-90. 

dissensions concerning signing of, at 

Naumburg Convention, vii. 217-20. 

Electors Augustus and Frederic III. 

entrusted with preparation of preface to, 
at Naumburg I lom enl ion, vii. 2-ju. 

and Smalcald Articles combined and 

BTOnOUnctd by Duke Ylhert as binding 

"ii Pro 105. 



Augsburg C)nfassion, Elector Palatine 
Frederic III., loss of faith in, vii. 313-4. 

disregard of, vii. 317. 

recognised as ' expression of true faith ' 

by Maximilian II., King of Bohemia, vii. 
332. 

his real feelings regarding, vii. 339. 

fear of schism among adherents of, 

vii. 348. 

widening breaches between adherents 

of, vii. 350. 

Emperor Maximilian II. 's predilection 

for, vii. 351. 

— — petition to Emperor from Diet of Augs- 
burg presented by Elector of Saxony in 
name of Estates belonging to, vii. 358. 

Elector Palatine Frederic III. charged 

with violation of, vii. 361. 

debate as to whether Frederic III. an 

adherent of, vii. 365. 

Catherine de' Medici suggests accepting, 



viii. 8 

— William of Nassau brought up in 
faith of, viii. 14. 

— Estates of, to be protected by French 
as well as German troops, during Palatine 
expedition to France [1574], viii. 146. 

— Duke Julius of Brunswick- Wolfenbuttel 
declares in favour of [1568], viii. 169. 

— efforts to introduce, into Bavaria [1563], 
viii. 307, 308, 323. 

• professed by Henry, Archbishop of 



Bremen, viii. 342. 
■ suppressed in Fulda and the Eichsfeld, 

Baden, and Hildesheim, viii. 352. 
dearth of preachers to expound its 

doctrines correctly [1580], viii. 391-2. 
doubts as to possibility of its preserva- 
tion intact in Austria, viii. 392. 
Estates of the, convened at Torgau 

[1576], viii. 406. 
■ ■ fiftieth anniversary [June 25, 1580], viii. 

428. 
attack on Augustus, Elector of Saxony, 

concerning his apostasy from, viii. 419. 
defence of, by Ursinus, in the ' Neu- 

stadt Admonition,' viii. 436-7. 
demand at Diet of Augsburg [1582] 

that adherents of, be eligible for posts of 

honour, ix. 23. 

adopted by Gebhard, Archbp. of 



Casimir's con- 



Cologne, ix. 47. 

Count Palatine John 

demnation of, ix. 19. 

— towns of, and ' Religious Peace,' ix. 48. 

Estates of, and sentence of excom- 
munication, ix. 116. 

Estates of, ix. 118 ; x. 169. 

endeavour to excite suspicion of, 

against Catholic potentates, ix. 120. 
and Gregorian Calendar, x. 62. 



adherents of, and their discretion and 

friendliness towards Catholic Estates, ix. 
192-3. 
- Elector Palatine Frederic IV. denies 



charge of having altered, ix. 209-10. 
— complaints of ' Christians ' of Augsburg 

Confession to Duke Win. IV. of Jiilich- 

Cleves, ix. 353. 
answer received from the Duke, ix. 

353-4. 



petitioners plead for freedom of 

religion, ix. 355. 

■ plea denied by Government, ix. 355. 



— members of, appealed to by Margrave 
Kraest Frederic of Baden- Durlach for sup- 
I' irl in maintenance of true religion in 
l'..ideii-Hoehberg[1590], x. 129. 

Estates of, supremacy of [1592], x. 130. 



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INDEX 



Augsburg Confession, changes made in, x. 
134. 

Estates of, and Religious Peace of 

Augsburg, x. 186. 
and Ecclesiastical Reservation, x. 

189. 
Fabricius's writing on, x. 216 ; xiv. 

340-1. 
John Hoffmeister's article on, xiv. 

244-6, 246 (n. 1). 
refutation of, at Diet of Augsburg 

[1530], vi. Ill ; xiv. 247, 265. 
by Dietenberger [1532], xiv. 268, 268 

(». 2). 

' Confutatio ' of, v. 296. 

Augsburg Confessionists, vi. 535, 551, 562 ; 

vii. 141, 145, 146, 150, 210, 211, 212, 370 ; 

viii. 66, 207 ; ix. 75. 
their visions of perpetual peace, 

vi. 544. 
government authority over, sus- 
pended, vi. 548. 
attitude towards ' Ecclesiastical 

Reservation,' vi. 561. 

■ admonished to leave Treves, vii. 



192-3. 



dangerous actions of, vii. 192. 

decline to be drawn into further 

religious discussions, vii. 122-3. 

their object, vii. 134. 

■ arrested by order of Electoral 

Archbp. of Treves, vii. 191-2. 
■ dislike of proposal to re-open 

Council of Trent, vii. 201, 204. 

•spread report; of Catholic plots 



being formed against them, vii. 205-7. 
• warned by Maximilian II. [King of 



Rome] against encroachments of Calvin- 
ism and Zwingliism, vii. 340-1. 
— complaints against, viii. 348. 
■ peace of St. Germain-en-Laye attri- 



buted greatly to support afforded Hugue- 
nots by, viii. 90. 

■ send deputation to Charles IX. to 



beg him to observe the treaty, viii. 90. 
• charged with encouragement of 



turbulence, ix. 25. 

- charged with oppression of opponents 



and forcing themselves into the govern- 
ment, ix. 25. 

— their grievances, ix. 80. 

asserted plan to exterminate al 



ix. 117. 
their plots to annul Religious 

Peace, ix. 125. 
■ and their ill-treatment in Saxony 

[1591], ix. 148. 

■ want of unanimity among, ix. 



353-4. 



• reported persecution of, by Jesuits, 

x. 362. 
Calvinists charged with desiring 

to turn out, from Archbishopric of 

Bremen [1615], x. 579. 
' Augsburg Correspondenz,' vii. 237 (n. 1). 
Augsburg, danger of its going over to Swiss, 

v. 335. 
declines to accept ' Recess ' of Diet of 

Augsburg [1530], v. 302. 

decrees of, v. 325 (n. 1). 

delegate of, at Suabian League [1524], 

iv. 11-12. 
■ delegates of, at Diet of Nuremberg 



[1543], entreated by Ferdinand for aid 

against Turks, vi. 222. 
at Diet of Spires [1526] temporise 

with Landgrave Philip of Hesse concerning 

' New Gospel,' v. 72. 
— description of, by Rem, ii. 55 (n. 1). 



Augsburg, its central position for commerce, 

ii. 57. 
disturbances in, on account of new 

Greg. Calendar, x. 72, 72 (n. 2). 
Augsburg, Diet of [1500], ii. 229 ; xv. 446. 
convoked by Maximilian I., ii. 221, 

222, 240. 

sumptuary laws of, ii. 33. 

' State Council ' recognised by 

Maximilian I. at, ii. 222-3. 

— measures passed at, ii. 222-3. 
■ exhortation of Maximilian I. to 



delegates, ii. 223. 

military fund provided, ii. 223. 

promises made at, broken, ii. 226. 

fruitless appeal of Maximilian for aid 

to, ii. 223-4. 
Augsburg, Diet of [1510], convoked by 

Maximilian I., ii. 240. 
Maximilian's appeal to, for aid 

against Italy, ii. 240-1. 

■ inadequate response to, ii. 241. 



taxation proposed by, not carried 

out, ii. 250. 

•Circles represented at, ii. 251, 



251 (n. 1). 

Augsburg, Diet of [1518], convoked by 
Maximilian I., ii. 246, 260. 

Maximilian proclaimed leader of 

crusade at, ii. 246. 

— Maximilian I.'s address to, ii. 246-7. 
■news of Sultan Selim I.'s advance 



received at, ii. 248. 

— lamentation of States at, ii. 260. 
remedial suggestions of Imperial 



councillors at, ii. 260-1. 
Frankfort Deputies at, indignation 

of, ii. 261. 
Joachim of Brandenburg at, ii. 

267-8. 
indignation of Francis I. at action of 

Princes at, ii. 270. 

Abp. of Treves draws attention to 



dangers threatened through Sickingen, iii. 

282. 
Augsburg, Diet summoned at [1525], v. 3, 

41, 42, 44. 

meets December 11, v. 43. 

prorogued until May 1, v. 43. 

' Memorandum ' issued by, v. 45-6. 

Augsburg, Diet of [1530], v. 475 : x. 178 ; 

xiv. 243, 265, 299, 300, 303, 307 ; xv. 446. 
Estates of Bologna summoned to 

[1530], v. 240. 

■ conditions under which it opened, v. 



247. 

Emperor's efforts after peace, v. 

248-325. 

■ unbending attitude of Protestants 



at, v. 249. 

inauguration of, v. 250. 

— methods of procedure at, v. 250-1. 
• exposition of new doctrines [Con- 



fession of Augsburg] at, v. 251-2. 

■ ' Confutation ' of the ' Confession of 



Augsburg,' v. 258. 

■ appointment of sub-committees for 



settlement of religious questions at, v. 
262. 

discussions on marriage of priest- 
hood in committee, v. 277-81. 

protest and vindication sent in by 

Bishops, v. 276-7. 

— discussion on ' lay chalice,' v. 281. 
■ attempts at reconciliation between 



Protestants and Catholics fruitless, v. 283. 
■Protestant Fstates decline to allow 



Catholics to reside in their territories, v. 

283, 284. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Augsburg, Diet of [1530J, question as to cele- 
bration of masses in Protestant States, v. 
283-7. 

representatives of Philip of Hesse 

and Duke Ernest of Liineburg decline to 
take further part in transactions, v. 294. 

Crown Prince of Saxony and Count 



Albert of Mansfeld withdraw from Diet, 
v. 294. 

— Emperor draws up ' Recess ' of Diet, 



v. 294. 



■ terms of, v. 294-5. 

Protestants decline to acquiesce 

in Recess, v. 295-6, 310. 

lays before Protestants draft of 

proclamation, v. 294. 

■ Emperor declines to alter Recess of, 



v. 296, 309-10. 

■ want of agreement between Pro- 



testant cities represented at, v. 299. 

• ill-effect of want of union amongst 



Catholics at, v. 308. 

■ Emperor declares intention of re- 



instating ejected abbots, ruined monas- 
teries, etc., v. 310, 317-18. 

■ declines to exempt Protestants from 



appearing before Fiscal Court or Imperial 
Chamber, v. 314. 

-declares intention of convoking 



General Christian Council, v. 318. 

reasons of failure of [1530], v. 321. 

devils appear at, xii. 372, 372 (n. 3). 

— Eck's activity at, xiv. 317, 318 (n. 1 ). 
Luther's warning to all ' true be- 



lievers ' against, v. 330-2. 

sacramental creed presented to 

Emperor by Strasburg at, v. 333. 

decree concerning the care of the 



poor enacted at, xv. 446-7, 447. 

book-censorship enactments at, xiv. 



508. 



Augsbnrg, Diet of [1533], vi. 21. 

Augsburg, Diet at [1547-48], opened by 

Emperor Charles V., vi. 383. 

his conciliatory attitude, vi. 384. 

spiritual Electors at, advise Emperor 

to leave religious questions to Council at 

Trent, vi. 384. 

Electors of Saxony, the Palatinate, 



and Brandenburg petition for appointment 
of a ' free, apostolic Council,' vi. 384. 

Emperor Charles V. brings Estates, 

towns' Electors, and Protestant Princes 
to agree to leave question of Council of 
Trent to him, vi. 385-6. 

full attendance of princes at, vi. 

390-1. 

- luxury and self-indulgence of, vi. 

-disgust of Emperor at, vi. 391. 
— his vain expostulations, vi. 391. 

Frederic III., Duke of Liegnitz, 

one of most riotous and drunken, vi. 391-2. 
■state kept during, by Elector 



391. 



Joachim II. of Brandenburg, vi. 393. 

■ committee appointed for arranging 



measures for ' Christian accommodation,' 
vi. 393. 

■ Protestant members of committee 



demand national Council or a free Christian 
mbly, \ i. :;i)3-4. 

Catholic members of Committee 



In i t tli.it points of doctrine be settled by 
Council of Trent, but promise to leave 
adherents of new faith undisturbed, vi. 
394-5. 

committee dissolved bv Emperor, 

vi. 396. 
Emperor appoints a 'Commission • 



of theologians to compile an ' Interim 
Religion ' to bridge over gulf between old 
and new, vi. 395. 

Augsbu g. Diet at [1547-48], constituents 
of commission, vi. 396-7. 

opposition of Catholics to, vi. 399- 

401. 

■ edict of ' Literim Religion ' pro- 
claimed at (May 15, 1548], vi. 403. 

edict agreed to with reservations, vi. 

403. 

general dislike manifested to- 
wards, vi. 403. 

opposition to, from Protestant 

towns, vi. 405. 

Emperor causes scheme of Church 

reform to be proclaimed at, vi. 407. 

Charles V.'s project for formation of 

' Imperial League ' for preservation of the 
Empire discussed, vi. 410-11. 

his hereditary dominion in Low 

Countries incorporated in Empire, vi. 
410-11. 



general imperial military treasury 
established for use of Estates of Empire, vi. 
411. 

a grant voted to King Ferdinand of 

50,000 florins for defence of frontiers 
against Turks, vi. 411. 

bill passed for improved system of 



Landfriede, vi. 411. 

■ day appointed by Emperor for trial 



of Philip of Hesse, vi. 411. 

trial postponed, vi. 413. 

general results of Diet, vi. 414. 

Augsburg, Diet of [1550], summoned 
Emperor Charles V., vi. 428. 

— sparse attendance at, vi. 429. 
Emperor's address to Assembly, 



by 



vi. 



429-30. 
vi. 430-1. 



his allusions to ' Interim Religion,' 
1. 

presses for recognition of Council 
of Trent, vi. 431. 

his wishes acceded to by all save 

envoy of Maurice of Saxony, vi. 431. 



Maurice of Saxony's dissent not re- 
corded in Acts of Diet, vi. 431. 

■ document submitted to, descriptive 

of miseries endured by town of Magde- 
burg, vi. 433-4. 

imperial notables at, require town 

of Magdeburg to send representatives to, 
to negotiate with Emperor, vi. 435. 

appealed to for help by besieging 

army before Magdeburg, vi. 436. 

instruct town of Nuremberg to 

furnish Elector of Saxony with money for 
siege of Magdeburg, vi. 436. 

Augsburg, Diet of [1555], vi. 538-65. 

eagerly awaited, vi. 538. 

difficulties in assembling, vi. 538. 

King Ferdinand arrives at, vi. 539. 

implores attendance of members, 

vi. 539. 

sparse attendance at. vi. 540. 

Ferdinand's address to, vi. 540-3. 

decided that committees be ap- 
pointed to decide whether ' general 
council ' or ' national synod ' be formed to 



decide religious questions, vi. 543. 

- message sent to, by Princes assembled 



at opposition Diet at Naumburg, vi. 544. 
considerations of ' measures for 

reconciliation ' adjourned, vi. 544. 
votes given in favour of ' a perpetual 

peace,' vi. 544. 
dissensions among eccleslast leal 

councillors at, regarding, vi. 544-5. 



INDEX 



Augsburg, Diet of [1555], daring game played 
by Protestants, vi. 547, 551-3, 555. 

dissensions regarding cession of 

Church property to Protestants, etc., vi. 
547. 

■ decided that Protestants retain all 



confiscated ecclesiastical property, vi. 
547-8. 

concessions made by Catholics to 

Protestants at, vi. 544-8. 

Protestants demand that ecclesias- 



tical members of Empire should be free to 
adopt Augsburg Confession [= Ecclesias- 
tical Reservation], vi. 553, 548-9, 551. 

• Catholic opposition to demand, 



vi. 548-9. 

' memorial ' addressed by Protest- 
ants to King Ferdinand, vi. 551-4. 

Zasius points out that worldly in- 
terests and not faith and conscience 
were the real motives actuating the dis- 
putants, vi. 554. 

Protestants threaten war, vi. 555. 

adjournment of Diet proposed by 

King Ferdinand, vi. 555. 

adjournment strongly opposed by 



both Catholics and Protestants, vi. 555 
■ Ferdinand submits resolution re 



garding ' Ecclesiastical Reservation,' vi. 
556-7. 

resolution approved by Catholics 

but rejected by Protestants, vi. 557. 

• dissensions among Protestants 



themselves, vi. 557-8. 
- — — King Ferdinand insists on equal 
rights for Catholic rulers as for Protestants, 
to religious control within their dominions, 
vi. 559. 

-Ferdinand makes ' secret declaration ' 



to Protestants that those who professed 
' Augsburg Confession ' should in no way 
be coerced, vi. 561-2 and 562 (n. 1). 

■ text of ' Treaty of Peace,' vi. 562, 



563. 



■ religious schism in no way removed 
by Diet of 1555, vi. 563-4. 

• the people unaffected by work of 



Diet, which only touched the Princes and 
Estates, etc., of the Empire, vi. 564. 

• debate at, referring to alterations in 



' Augsburg Confession,' vii. 37. 

• Ausnahm-patent granted to Pro- 



testant Estates at, viii. 210. 
Augsburg, Diet of [1556], demand for liberty 

of conscience throughout Empire, at, viii. 

360. 
Augsburg, Diet of [1559], vii. 105-38 ; viii. 

150 ; xiii. 523. 
summoned by Emperor Ferdinand 

[1559], vii. 106. 
Bishop Rupert of LiSge describes 

danger threatening Bishopric, from France, 

vii. 106. 
regents and burghers of Metz lay 

complaints of France before, vii. 106-7. 

Henry II. of France sends am- 



bassadors to, vii. 107-8. 
Estates at, agree to send special 

Embassy to France to treat with Henry II., 

for restoration of territory wrested from 

Germany, vii. 109. 
reply received from King Francis II. 

ff France, vii. 110-11. 

■ imperial Estates at. appealed to for 



aid for Livonia against Russia, vii. 113-14. 
•resolve to raise 100,000 florins 



for relief of, vii. 114-15. 

■ lack of interest of ' Estates ' at, in 



German affairs, vii. 115. 
C 



Augsburg, Diet of ]1559], consider wisdom of 

aiding Emperor Ferdinand against Turks. 

vii. 116-18. 
rumours current during sitting of, 

regarding meditated attack by Catholics 

on Protestants, vii. 120. 
Duke of Saxony's ambassador, von 

der Thann, attacks Catholics, vii. 121. 

— reprimanded by Emperor, vii. 121. 
■ disappro val of von der Thann's 



conduct expressed by Protestant Estates, 

vii. 121. 
continuance of stormy religious 

discussions, vii. 122. 
resolved that further religious 

transactions be postponed, vii. 123. 

■ renew efforts to obtain removal of 



' Ecclesiastical Reservation ' from stipu- 
lations of ' Religious Peace of Augsburg,' 
vii. 123-4. 

angry discussions concerning, 



vii. 126. 



■ town delegates and others meet 
at hostel of Elector Palatine for dis- 
cussion of petition to Emperor, vii. 127. 
■ Augsburg delegate [1559] refuses to 



sign petition to Emperor Ferdinand for 
removal of ' Ecclesiastical Reservation," 
vii. 127. 

— petition sent, vii. 127-8. 

Emperor Ferdinand's reply, vii. 



128-9. 



answer of Petitioners to Emperor, 

vii. 129-30. 

instructions given by town council ot 



Frankfort to their delegate to, vii. 131. 

Treaty of Religious Peace confirmed. 

vii. 132. 

Catholics draw up petition of grievances, 

vii. 134. 

Emperor Ferdinand's address to 

Ecclesiastical Estates at, on prevalent 
evils, vii. 185-6. 

conditions laid down by Protestants 

at, vii. 205. 

Augsburg, Diet of [1561-62], xv. 299. 

recorded in Recess of, that ' Re- 
ligious Peace ' continue valid, vii. 349. 

Augsburg, Diet of [1566], viii. 52, 81, 207. 

■ religious transactions at, vii. 345-76. 

subjects for discussion at, vii. 345. 

Emperor Maximilian II. kept wait- 
ing for opening of, vii. 349. 

• Duke Albert of Bavaria reads im- 



perial address, vii. 349. 

— the address, vii. 349-51. 
■ resolved that nothing should be 



decided with regard to religion in genera] 
assembly, vii. 351. 

• resolved that Catholic Estates and 



Estates of Augsburg Confession should 
each stand firmly together, vii. 351-2. 

• resolved by Protestant Estates to 



decline to be associated with Frederic III. 
of Palatinate in religious matters unless 
made Christian declaration regarding 
Sacrament, vii. 352. 

•resolution ignored by Frederic 



III., vii. 352. 

• an agreement arrived at and petition 



sent to Emperor by Protestant Estates, 
vii. 352-6. 

delegates of imperial towns at, 

decline to petition for removal of Ecclesi- 
astical Reservation, vii. 357. 

■ answer of Catholic Estates to Pro- 



testant petition, vii. 358-61. 

Elector Augustus of Saxony departs 

from, vii. 364. 



33 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Augsburg, Dirt of [1566], consultation bet. 

Maximilian II. and Electors concerning 

religious position of Elector Palatine 

Frederic III., vii. 365-6. 
declaration concerning Frederic 111., 

addressed to Emperor, vii. 367-8. 

■ Emperor's answer to, vn. 370-z. 



further debates among Protestant 

Estates concerning Elector Frederic III., 

vii. 372. _ . TTT 

- Elector Palatine Frederic III. 



Augsburg, Diet of [1582], Aix-la-Chapelle 
affair, Emperor Rudolf II. 's reply to town 
delegates, ix. 31. 

delegates reiterate their state- 
ments, supported by Count John Casimir 
and Protestant minority of Council of 
Princes, and decline to vote subsidies 
until grievances redressed, ix. 31-3. 

- outcry at, concerning rumour of 



leaves, vii. 374. 

-document drawn up concerning 



proposed ' league of towns,' ix. 34. 

— affairs of Netherlands at, ix. 35-40. 
■ appeal from Emperor Rudolf II. 



Elector Frederic III., vii. 374-5. 

- constant growth of questions relating 



to Elector Palatine Frederic III., vii. 376. 
- result of Diet, the strengthening of 



Calvinism in Germany, vii. 376. 

-clerical conditions in Palatinate 



to Estates concerning, ix. 35. 

supineness of Estates in the 

matter, ix. 35-6. 

only suggest that Emperor com- 
mand Duke Alexander of Parma to cease 
molesting neighbouring states, ix. 36-7. 

Emperor reiterates his entreaty 



after, viii. 147. 

- Calvinism in Electoral Palatinate 



after, viii. 148-62. 

- demand for liberty of conscience 



for serious consideration of the matter, 
ix. 37-8. 

— report of Count Palatine John 



throughout Empire, at, viii. 360. 

-order for restoration of Bishoprics 



Casimir's delegate to Diet, ix. 38-9. 

• nothing effected at Diet, concerning 



of Sinsheim and Neuhausen to Bishop 
of Worms, ix. 253. 

- loyal attitude of Protestant Estates 



attending, towards the Aulic Council, ix. 

258-9. 
Augsburg, Diet of [1570], Protestant Estates 

at, appeal to Aulic Council for help against 

Catholics, ix. 259. ,...„,, 

Augsburg, Diet of [1582], ix. 3 (n. 1), 15-41, 

36 (». i), 115 (n. 1) ; x. 563 ; xv. 299, 

312 ; xvi. 495. 
opened by Emperor Rudolf II. [July 

3, 1582], for granting of Turkish subsidy 

and invasion of Low Countries, ix. 14. 
-statement made at, concerning in 



Netherlands, ix. 39. 

Elector John of Treves receives 

episcopal consecration at, ix. 115. 

- displeasure of Protestant Princes 



aroused, ix. 115. 

• complaints advanced against George 



Eder's book at, x. 180. 
• memorandum 



to. 



concerning 



Hawkers, etc., xv. 22-3, 23 (n. 1, 2). 

retinue of Augustus. Elector of 

Saxony, at, xv. 299. 

■ retinue of Ulrich, Duke of Mecklen- 



burg-Schwerin, at, xv. 299, 299 (n. 1). 
Augsburg, Diet of [1594], abuse of guild 

system discussed at, xv. 110-11, 111 (n. 1). 

Corpus Christi procession at, vii. 173. 

Augsburg, disturbances in, regarding New 

Gregorian Calendar, x. 72, 72 (n. 2). 

' English plague ' in, xiv. 62. 

favours election of Charles V., ii. 282. 

floriculture at, i. 340. 

flourishing condition of, in 15th cent., 

viii. 11. 

food, prices of, in, i. 350. 

debates on Emperor Ferdinand's fortifications of, reconstruction of, vi. 30. 

fountains in, xi. 146. 

Frank Father Johannes of St. Ulrich 



tended marriage of Archbishop Gebhard, 
Truchsess of Waldburg, ix. 9. 

efforts to extort imperial decree 



granting freedom of religion, from Diet 
ix. 15, 16, 18, 19. 

- debate on representation of Arch 



bishopric of Magdeburg at Diet, ix. 17-19. 
Protestant delegates report, ix. 18. 



' Declaration,' for throwing bishoprics open 
to counts and freedom of religion for sub- 
jects of Catholic princes, ix. 19-21. 

-decided to allow question of entire 



freedom of religion and ' Declaration ' of 
Ferdinand to be waived during present 
Diet, ix. 21. 

-three principal grievances brought 



forward by Protestant Estates, ix. 21. 

- 1, the exclusion of all save 



Catholics from appointments in Imperial 
Court of Justice, ix. 21. 

II. the exclusion in some im- 



Monastery, illuminator, of, i. 213. 

— Fuggers build Capuchin monastery in 
[1601], ix. 346. 

— furniture, costly, manufactured at, 
xi. 188. 

gold and silversmiths of, i. 188. 

goldsmiths' art has its centre in, xi. 182. 

■number of goldsmiths in [1618], 



perial cities of ' Confessionists ' from 
government and public offices, ix. 21. 

- III. the imposition, by the Pope, 



xi. 182 (n. 2). 
— Goldsmiths' Guild at, and number of 
its members, xi. 182. 

effort to break through guild 



of oaths on the higher ecclesiastics, 
opposed to liberty of religion, ix. 21-2. 
— remedies proposed, ix. 23. 
- answer of ecclesiastical Electors, 

Aix-la-Chapelle affair discussed at, 
ix. 29-32. 

Protestant imperial cities make 

all their pr icedure depend on, ix. 29. 

receive delegates from Aix-la- 



ix. 23 



system in, xv. 116. 
History of, by Siegmund Meisterlein, 

i. 149. 
Ecclesiastical History of, by Siegmund 

Meisterlein, i. 150. 

hospital in, ordinances for regulation 



Chapelli "i. I accord them scats and votes, 
i\. :'.n. 

Emperor's action towards Aix-la- 



Chapelic condemned, i\. 30. 



of charity at [1454], xv. 436. 

humanists of, their friendship for 

Luther, iii. 105. 

iconoclasm in. xi. 32. 

importance of, in 15th cent., ii. 3. 

' Augsburg in der Renaissancezeit,' A. Buff, 
xi. 122 (>i. 1), 126 (n. 1). 

Augsburg, intellectual centre of South Ger- 
many, i. 80. 

Jesuits derided in, x. 337. 



34 



INDEX 



Augsburg, Jesuit Colleges in : see Schools. 

■ Jews, their expulsion from, ii. 78. 

John Fabri preaches in, xiv. 263. 

lugsburg [townj joins League of Landsberg, 

vii. 119. 
letter from Philip of Hesse to, advo- 
cating expulsion of priests, vi. 313. 
letter from Emperor Charles V. to, 

concerning his declaration of war [1546], 

vi. 313-4. 
activity in, on behalf of Smalcaldic 

War, vi. 314. 
Ludwig of Saxony, Father, his labours 

in, ix. 345. 
magistrates of, accept Wittenberg 

' Concord,' v. 539. 
manufacture of ' Automata ' in, xi. 

193 (n. 3). 
Martin Bucer's anticipation that town 

would enter into league of co-burghership, 

v. 355. 

Meister Matheis Korsang of, iv. 136. 

merchants of, plundered in Grumbach's 

attack on Wiirzburg, vii. 383. 
meeting at, relative to restoration of 

Ulrich or Christopher of Wiirtemberg 

[1533], v. 406, 40S. 
New Christians, see Augsburg Ana- 
baptists, v. 158. 
ordinance, issue of, against prevalent 

vices [1537], xvi. 44. 
pacification of, religious, viii. 61, 64, 70, 

74, 118, 131, 150, 153, 213, 302, 312, 327, 

329, 331, 332, 334, 346, 347, 353, 364, 

368. 
upheld by Duke Albert V. of 

Bavaria, viii. 311. 
upheld by Elector Augustus of 

Saxony, viii. 370. 
violation of, viii. 347, 348 ; ix. 447, 

449. 
by ' Ortenburg ' preachers in 

Bavaria, viii. 310. 

terms of, ix. 253. 

in force in Donauworth, ix. 447. 

— - — Catholic resolution to abide by 

[1613], x. 526. 
Lugsburg, Plays acted at [1615], xiii. 196. 
— —[1617], xiii. 197. 

poor relief in, xv. 452. 

■ portents in, xi. 228 ; xii. 233, 233 (w. 3). 

printing and book-trade at, xiv. 513-14. 

— - — printing presses in, i. 12. 

Protestants of, alarm among, v. 259-60. 

publication of monthly periodical at 

[1597], xiv. 530. 
quarrels among Catholics and Pro- 
testants of, at Diet of Ratisbon [1576], viii. 

369. 

received into Smalcald League, v. 490. 

— - sends delegate to Assembly of Smalcald 

League [1537], v. 494. 

Protestantisation of, v. 502-9. 

town council, demand abolition of 

Catholic form of worship, v. 502. 

publishes ' declaration,' v. 504-5. 

takes forcible possession of ecclesi- 
astical buildings at, v. 505-6. 

general demoralisation in, v. 505. 

disturbances in, reported to Emperor 

and Estates, v. 506-9. 
proceedings in, discussed at Assembly 

of Smalcald League, v. 509. 
losses of, in Smalcald war [1553-1569], 

xv. 494-5. 
reception accorded to Papal Nuncio, 

iv. 33. 

Recess [1531], v. 386, 389. 

Recess [15551, xv. 141. 



Augsburg, ' Reichsabschied,' stipulation laid 

down in, vii. 85. 
religious and social conditions in, 

picture of, by Volcius [1615], xvi. 127-8, 

127 (n. 1), 128 (n. 1,2). 
religious conditions in, v. 147; ix. 

371-4. 
Bishopric of, fruitful labours of Peter 

Canisius in [1559], ix. 371. 

— various activities of Jesuits in,ix. 371-3. 
■ report in, as to contemplated abolition 



of ' Passau Treaty ' and ' Religious Peace ' 

[1585], ix. 116-17. 
Schartlin von Burtenbach goes to, 

vi. 315. 
plans for surrender of, to League of 

Princes, vi. 446. 
— Seelen-trost, publication of, in, i. 51. 
— ■ submits to Emperor [1547] Charles V., 

vi. 354. 

schools in, ix. 323 (n. 2) ; xiii. 7. 

Jesuit College founded at [1597], ix. 

313. 
Jesuit College and Gymnasium opened 

at, by Dukes Albert V. and William V. of 

Bavaria, and the Fuggers [1582], ix. 371, 

371 (w. 4) ; xiii. 157-8. 

■ enlarged into a Lyceum in [1589], 



xiii. 158. 

number of pupils attending [1585- 

1616], ix. 314, 373. 

-Protestant Gymnasium established in 



[1531], by town council, xiii. 102. 

■ its chief source of maintenance, xiii. 



51, 51 (n. 1, 2), 102, 102 (». 3). 

Matthew Schenk appointed rector 

[1553], xiii. 102. 

- his memorandum to magistrates on 



sparse attendance of scholars, xiii. 102. 

Hieronymus Wolf appointed rector 



[1557-1580], xiii. 103. 

— its expansion under Wolf, xiii. 103. 
■petition of school managers of, to 



council for properly qualified teachers 
[1568], xiii. 52. 
clerical schools at, xiii. 7. 

— schoolmasters, their ignorance and 
unfitness, xiii. 52-3, 53 (n. 1). 

terms on which engaged at, xiii. 

121-2, 122 (n. 1). 

— town council of, send soldiers to aid 
Protestant party at Donauworth, vi. 305. 

- abolish the Geschenlcte Handwerke 



[1567], xv. 129. 

compelled to rescind decree, xv. 129, 

129 (n. 1). 

Town Hall of, luxurious magnificence 



of [1615], xi. 125-6. 
— ■ treaty proposed between Zapolya, 

Bavaria, Saxony, and Hesse, at, v. 403. 
Treaty of Religious Peace, vii. 83, 93 

95, 97, 100, 101, 103, 122, 124, 133, 189, 

191, 192. 

Elector Frederic III. demands in- 



formation as to how the people would be 

affected, vii. 124-5. 
resolve of some Princes and towns 

to stand by, vii. 127. 

terms of, violated, vii. 133-4. 

Catholic Estates accused of violating, 

vii. 134. 
■ counter accusation by Catholics, 

vii. 134. 

•annuls right of Treves to abide by 



' Augsburg Confession,' vii. 189-90. 

- Archbp.of Treves charges Protestants 



with breaking conditions of, vii. 191, 193. 
terms of, vii. 191. 



See also Augsburg, Diet of [1555]. 



35 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Augsburg, united troops of League of Princes 
[ = Furstenbund] appear before [1552], 
vi. 454. 

manifesto addressed to, by Princes 

of League, vi. 455. 

surrender of, and restoration of Pro- 
tectant Church service in, vi. 45G. 

' Augsburg und seine fnihere Industrie,' by 
Herberger, ii. 5. 

Augsburg, its wealth [1458], ii. 53, 54, 60. 

its trade with Venice, ii. 55. 

weavers in, ii. 5. 

dye-houses of, ii. 5 (ft.) 

witch-burning in [1590], xvi. 484 (n. 5). 

wood-engraving in, decline of, xi. 178. 

• Augsburger Allgem. Zeitung,' xvi. 495 (n. 1). 
Kalenderstreit, - x. 72 (». 2). 

Kunstgewerbe,' A. Butt', xi. 182 (re. 2). 

Plattner der Renaissancezeit,' A. Buff, 

xi. 186 (ft. 2). 
Patriziers Philipp Hainhofer Bezie- 

hungen zu Herzog Philipp II. v. Pommern- 

Stettin,' O. Doering, xi. 205 («. 4). 
Religionsfriede,' Ritter, vii. 99 (». 5), 

104 («. 1). 

Religionsfriede,' Wolf, vi. 549 (n. 1). 

Waffenschmiede,' W. Boeheim, xi. 186 

(re. 2). 
1 August,' Falke, xv. 29 (re. 1). 
von Sachsen und Friedrich III. von d. 

Pfalz,' Ritter, vii. 317 (». 2) ; viii. 45 (ft. 1), 

02 (». 1), 370 (». 2) ; ix. 2 (». 2). 
' Augustain Cardinalis Confessio,' vii. 197 

(n. 1). 
Augustin, meister-hangman of Kitzingen, iv. 

326 («.). 
' Augustin Hirsvogel als Tbpfer,' K. Friedrich, 

xi. 194 (». 3). 
Lerchheimer und seine Schrift,' Binz, 

xvi. 322 (w. 3), 326 (ft. 4), 345 (ft. 2, 3), 391 

(«. 1), 407 (ft. 1). 
Augustine, Abbot of Einsiedeln, ix. 337. 
Augustine, Provost of Neustift, driven from 

Monastery, iv. 240. 
Augustine, St., x. 207. 

on sorcery, in Dedv. Dei, xvi. 217 (». 1). 

■ De doctrina Christiana, xvi. 217 («. 1). 

De Qenesi ad literam, xvi. 217 (n. 1). 

' Augustini Opp.,' 1531, x. 122 (n. 1). 

• Augustiner (Der) Barthol. Arnoldi v. Usin- 

gen,' Paulus, xiv. 243 (re. 1), 372 (ft. 1). 
Augustinermbnch (Der), Joh. Hoffmeister,' 
X. Paulus, ix. 335 (ft. 5). 

Augustinian Eremites, and their champion- 
ship of Catholic Church, xiv. 241. 

Augustinian hermits of Nuremberg and print- 
ing, i. 16. 

Augustinian canons, Bavarian, ix. 335. 

Augustinian convent, Herdt., i. 27. 

Augustinian Order, John Hoffmeister ap- 
pointed vicar-general of, throughout 
Germany [15461, xiv. 243. 

Augustus, Duke, later. Elector of Saxony, 
rt. 242 3; vii. 333, 369; viii. 14, 15, 120, 
320 (n. 2) ; ix. 130, 253, 273 (n. 3) ; xiii. 
355, 413 ; xiv. 37 ; xv. 114, 233. 

appointed administrator of Bishopric 

of Merseburg, vi. 194-5. 

enters into possession of bishoprics and 

appoints I'rince George of Anhalt as 
coadjutor, vi. 291. 

condoled with by Henry II. of France 

on death of brother, the Elector Maurice, 
vi. 515-6. 

declines bait held out by Henry II., 

and remains friendly with Emperor Charles 
V. and Eing Ferdinand, vi. 516. 

concludes treaty with Margrave Albert 
of Brnndenburg-Culmbach, vi. 516. 



Augustus, Duke, reconciled to brother, the 

Elector Maurice, vi. 426. 
on depravity of manners in Saxony 

[1554-1557, 1566], vi. 523 ; xvi. 114-15, 

115 (». 1). 
plans religious convention to meet at 

Naumburg [1554], vi. 534. 

attends ' opposition Diet ' at Naumburg 



[1555], vi. 543. 
■ makes compact 



with Johann von 



Haugwitz, that if elected to Bishopric of 
Meissen he would introduce ' new re- 
ligion ' [1555], vi. 550, 553. 

his views as to ' Ecclesiastical Reserva- 
tion ' discussed at Diet of Augsburg [1555], 
vi. 554-5. 

his declaration concerning ' Ecclesi- 
astical Reservation,' vi. 560-1. 

— concurrence of Augsburg Confessionists 
with, vi. 561. 

favours Christopher of Wiirtemberg's 

idea that Protestant Princes should bring 
about religious unity, unaided by theo- 
logians, vii. 46. 

— comes to agreement with other Pro- 
testant Princes regarding ' Frankfort 
Recess ' [1558], vii. 47. 

calls on Wittenberg theologians to 

pronounce opinion on ' Book of Confuta- 
tion,' vii. 55. 

— objects to proposed conference at Fulda 
[1559], vii. 58. 

is warned by Duke Christopher of 

Wurtemberg of Zwinglian and Calvinistic 
tendencies in Melanchthon's writings, 
vii. 75-6. 

— letter to, from Melanchthon, condemn- 
ing ' Wurtemberg Creed,' etc., vii. 77. 

■ objects to ' Ecclesiastical Reservation ' 



being discussed at Diet of Ratisbon [1556], 

vii. 99-100. 
declines to join League of Landsberg, 

vii. 119-20. 
refuses to sign petition to Emperor 

Ferdinand for removal of ' Ecclesiastical 

Reservation,' vii. 127. 
takes measures for incorporation of 

Bishopric of Meissen into own territorv, 

vii. 132-3. 
appropriates Bishoprics of Merseburg 

and Naumburg, vii. 133. 
is warned by Christopher of Wurtem- 
berg of ' increasing oppression of Papists,' 

vii. 206. 
declines to join Protestant Confederacy 

against Catholic Estates, vii. 206-7. 
his disbelief in efficacy of Convention 

of Protestant Princes for the composing 

of religious differences, vii. 213. 
gives his adhesion to Naumburg Con- 
vention, vii. 215. 

present at, vii. 216. 

illogical position taken up by, con- 
cerning Augsburg Confession, vii. 218-19. 
entrusted with preparation of preface 

to Augsburg Confession at Naumburg 

Convention, vii. 220, 222. 
— insults Duke John Frederic of Saxony 

at Naumburg Convention, vii. 221. 
his Ill-treatment of nuns at Convent 

of Holy Cross, Meissen, vii. 31* (/>. 2). 
supports candidature of Maximilian II. 

as Kim,' of Koine, vii. :;:!s. 
declines to join other Protestant Princes 

in warning Elector Palatine Frederic III, 

of dangers Of Calvinism, vii. 340. 

receives let I it from Elector Palatine 

Frederic III. advocating abolition of 
' Ecclesiastical Reservation.' vii. 343. 



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INDEX 



Augustus, Duke, his dread of upsetting 

' .Religious Peace ' at Diet of Augsburg 

[15661, vii. 346-7. 
reluctant to force Elector Frederic III. 

to separate from other Protestant Estates, 

vii. 347. 
• Protestant princes and ambassadors 



meet in Hostel of, and decide to dis- 
associate themselves from Elector Fred- 
eric III. in religious matters, vii. 352. 

• agreement arrived at, on April 13, 



1566, at Hostel of, vii. 352. 

— carries petition of Protestant Estates 
to Emperor Maximilian II., vii. 358. 

his duplicity regarding edict issued 

against Palatine Elector Frederic III., 
vii. 364, 364 (n. 4). 

— leaves Augsburg, vii. 364, 364 (n. 4). 

— his councillors declare in favour of 



Frederic III., vii. 365, 367. 

• interview with Emperor Maximilian 



IT., vii. 365. 
incurs displeasure of Emperor, vii. 

368. 
opposes suggestion that confession of 

faith be presented to Elector Frederic III., 

vii. 372-3. 

— his councillors at Diet make repre- 
sentations to Elector Palatine Frederic III. 
as to his errors, vii. 373. 

— his fall prophesied by Tauseiidschon, 
vii. 384, 384 (n. 1). 

foresees trouble, vii. 384. 

especially singled out for attack in 

proclamation of war of Grurnbach-Gotha 

conspiracy, vii. 389. 

— charged by Grumbach-Gotha con- 
spirators with aiming at Imperial Crown 
and with having seized Bishoprics of 
Meissen, Merseburg, and Naumburg- 
Zeitz, and with aiming at those of Magde- 
burg and Halberstadt, vii. 390. 

repeated efforts made by Grumbach to 

assassinate (1564-65), vii. 390-1. 

— letter to Frederic, King of Denmark, 
concerning Grumbach-Gotha conspiracy, 
vii. 392 (n. 2). 

— ordered by Emperor Maximilian II. 
to enforce ban against Duke John 
Frederic II. vii. 394. 

said to have looked on whilst 

tortures inflicted on accomplices of 
Grumbach-Gotha conspiracy, vii. 397. 

■ boasts of punishments inflicted on 



conspirators and has medal struck in 

commemoration of, vii. 399. 
induced by Count Louis of Nassau to 

look favourably on cause of Flemish 

Calvinists, viii. 30. 
conditions on which he undertakes to 

aid Protestant cause in Netherlands, viii. 31. 
volunteers to wear badge of the 

' Gueux ' [ = wooden platter], viii. 31. 
denies to Emperor his connection with 

revolutionary movement in Netherlands, 

viii. 32-3. 
to receive Friesland and Ober-yssel in 

projected partition of Netherlands [1566], 

viii. 33. 
denies all collusion with Prince of 

Orange, to Emperor Maximilian II., 

viii. 33. 

plot to depose, viii. 39. 

declines to believe in Catholic plots or 

to join Maulbronn Confederates, viii. 

40-1. 
urgent that Emperor Maximilian II. 

should take up arms himself for protection 

of Imperial Netherlands, viii. 42. 



Augustus, Duke, assured by Maximilian II. 

of his sympathy with Protestant cause and 

urges him to openly acknowledge Augsburg 

Confession, viii. 45. 
his aid sought by Elector Palatine 

Frederic III. against France, viii. 61. 
hesitates to join Elector Frederic III.' 



proposed league against 'papists,' viii. 61. 
invited by Duke Albert V. of Bavaria 



to join League of Landsberg, viii. 63. 
— cooling of relations between, and 

Emperor Maximilian II., viii. 64-5. 
consents to betrothal of his daughter 

Elizabeth to Duke John Casimir of 

Saxony, viii. 65. 

invited by Emperor 



Maximilian II. 
to attend Diet at Spires [1569], viii. 65-6. 
declines to attend, viii. 66. 

— Emperor Maximilian II. offers to 
visit, in person, viii. 66-7. 

— makes no response to Emperor's 
proposal, viii. 67. 

— present at daughter's we 'ding to Duke 
John Casimir, viii. 74. 

does not attend Diet at Spires [1570], 



viii. 75. 

— declines to contribute towards cost of 
defence of frontiers against Turks, etc. 
[1570], viii. 100. 

— Caspar von Schonberg sent by Charles 
IX. to, to arrange for alliance between 
France and Protestant Estates of Empire, 
viii. 118. 

his reply to Schonberg, viii. 118-19. 

— discountenances Elector Palatine 
Frederic III.'s scheme for annexation of 
Bishopric of Worms, viii. 120. 

•objects to place army at disposal of 



King of France, viii. 121. 
— attends interview at Cassel [1572], viii. 



129. 
after Massacre of St. Bartholomew 

resolves to sever all relations with France, 

viii. 131. 
declines all further relations with 

Calvinistic conspiracy of Prince of Orange, 

viii. 131. 
— deprecates all foreign leagues and 

separatist leagues among Protestant 

Estates, viii. 131. 
distressed at their French policy, he 

cuts off all connection with Elector 

Palatine Frederic III. and his own son-in- 
law, John Casimir, viii. 146. 

— writes to Emperor Maximilian 



advising that measures be taken against 
the Palatines [1574], viii. 146-7. 

— declares himself bitter opponent of 
Calvinism, viii. 147. 

— Elector Palatine seeks advice of, re- 
garding treatment of Silsan, Vehe, Suter, 
and Neuser, viii. 159. 

■arranges with Duke John William for 



holding of religious conference at Alten- 
burg, viii. 164. 

— his enmity towards Flacians em- 
bittered by Conference at Altenburg, viii. 
166-7. 

— persecutes Count Wolf von Schonburg 
for showing favour towards Flacians 
[1567], viii. 166-7. 

• causes cannon to 



be cast with anti 



Flacian inscription [1570], viii. 167. 
prayed against, in public, at Weimar 

in presence of Duke John William, viii. 169. 
writes to Emperor Maximilian II. asking 

his tolerance should he take means of 

protecting self against attacks of Duke 

John William, etc., viii. 169. 



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Augustus, Duke, Maximilian II. 's reply, viii. 

169. 
succeeds at Diet of Spires [1570] in 

obtaining restoration of sons of Duke 

John Frederic to the deprivation of Duke 

John William, viii. 169. 

talked over by Wittenbergers, viii. 177. 

at their request summons religious 

convention at Dresden [1572], viii. 177. 

gives sanction to new creed [Dresden 



Consens] drawn up, viii. 177. 
— appointed executor by Duke John 
William of Saxony, viii. 178. 

■ superseded by Count Palatine Louis 



and Duke Albert of Prussia, viii. 178. 

■ disregards second will and assumes 



the government, viii. 173. 

• institutes inspection of churches 



and evicts many of the clergy, viii. 178. 

— hunts down Flacius, viii. 182. 

— cease3 to favour the ' Wittenbergers ' 
[1573], viii. 184-5. 

■ his strong sense of own importance in 



ecclesiastical matters, viii. 185. 
represents Saviour in picture by 

Goding, viii. 85 ; xi. 207. 
enlightened by Count Ernst von 

Henneberg as to Calvinistic views of 

Wittenberg theologians, viii. 187. 
■ his fury, viii. 187. 



— consults Provincial Estates and decrees 
inspection of Universities of Wittenberg 
and Leipzig, viii. 187. 

— causes Craco, Peucer, Stossel and 



Schtttz to be imprisoned, viii. 188. 

— summons knights, etc., to Torgau and 
informs them of Calvinistic intrigues, 
viii. 188-9. 

appoints a Court of Inquisition, 

viii. 189. 

— summons theologians of Leipzig and 
Wittenberg to Torgau and requires them 
to sign ' Torgau Articles,' viii. 189-90. 

— causes medal to be struck to com- 
memorate triumphover Calvinism, viii. 191. 

— his cruel conduct towards former 
favourites, Craco, Schtttz, Stossel, and 
Peucer, viii. 192-7. 

— his conduct towards Peucer a blot on 
history of Lutheran Church, viii. 195 
<». 2). 

— suspects Andreas Freyhub of Calvinistic 
leanings, viii. 196. 

— his recourse to occult arts, viii. 196. 
suspects Elector Palatine of instigating 

Freyhub to wreak his vengeance on 

Selnekker, viii. 196. 
causes Freyhub to be imprisoned and 

exiled, viii. 197. 
growing antagonism between, and 

Elector Palatine Frederic III., viii. 197, 

198-9. 

his Punctirbuchern, viii. 196, 200 (n. 2). 

becomes a student of necromancy and 

alchemy, viii. 196 ; xvi. 511-12, 512 

(n. l). 
proficiency in art of alchemy [1578], 

xv. 281, 281 (n. 4). 
' fire-artists ' [ = Alchemists] at court 

of, xv. 201-82. 

torture of [1562], xv 



282-3, 
283 (n. 1). 

aided in his chemical labours by 

the Electress Anna, xv. 283. 

— his distrust of Craco and Ehem, viii. 198. 

— distress at repudiation of niece Anna, 
by William of Orange [1576], viii. 199-200. 

— enraged against son-in-law, Count 
Palatine John Casbnlf, viii. 200. 



Augustus, Duke, does not accord favourable 
hearing to Count Palatine Louis at Elec- 
toral Diet of Ratisbon [1575], viii. 209. 

his attack upon Count Palatine Louis at 

Diet, viii. 210. 

demands incorporation of Ausnahme- 



patent of 1555 in ' Electoral Capitulation,' 
viii. 210. 

forgoes this point on promise of 



Maximilian II. to rectify the matter at 
next Diet, viii. 211, 211 (n. 2). 

— appealed to for aid against Prince 
Abbot Balthasar of Dernbach by 
burghers of Fulda [1573], viii. 329. 

■ advises Abbot that he must grant 

freedom to burghers to conform to 
' Augsburg Confession,' viii. 329-30. 

proposes to send troops for support 



of Chapter at Fulda and expulsion of 
Jesuits, viii. 332. 

— appeals to Maximilian II. concerning 
Prince Abbot Balthasar of Fulda, viii. 
333-4. 

his position towards ' Supplementary 



Declaration' of King Ferdinand [1555], 
viii. 354-5. 

■ owner of sole authentic copy, viii. 



354. 



■ his attitude concerning at Diet of 
Ratisbon [1576], viii. 356-7, 358. 
■ declines to grant hearing to petition of 



Counts for Ecclesiastical Franchise, viii. 

362. 
— assumes conciliatory attitude at Diet 

of Ratisbon [1576], viii. 370. 
declines to support Protestant 

demands, viii. 369-70. 
upholds Pacification of Augsburg 

and acknowledges binding character of 

Ecclesiastical Reservation, viii. 370. 

• urges the granting of the Turkish 



subsidy, viii. 370. 

— letter from Duke Albert of Bavaria on 
death of Maximilian II., viii. 370-1. 

— on loss to Calvinism, by death of 
Elector Palatine Frederic III., viii. 393. 

— joins Elector Palatine Louis in his 
endeavour to establish Lutheranism, viii. 
404. 

his disDateh to Win. of Hesse [1575], 

viii. 405-6", 406 (n. 1). 
instigates the convening of an assembly 

at Torgau for construction of a general 

Code, to be binding on all Protestant 

preachers [1576], viii. 405-6. 
anger of his theologians on adverse 

verdict of Synod of Cassel on ' Torgau 

Book,' viii. 411. 
letter from Elector Palatine Louis on 

' Bergen Book,' viii. 417. 

letter from Landgrave Win. of Hesse 



on ' doctrine of ubiquity,' viii. 417-18. 

— repels Prince Joachim Ernest of 
Anhalt's charge of apostasy from Con- 
fession of Augsburg, viii. 419. 

— sends Haubold as envoy to Landgrave 
of Hesse to discuss ' Bergen Book,' viii. 420. 

— consults his Punctirbucher, viii. 421 
(n. 2). 

— addresses letter of remonstrance to 
Duke Julius of Brunswick concerning 
installation of his son as bishop of Halber- 
stadt, viii. 426. 

— nominates Polycarpus Leiser and 
Johann Schtttz to aid Dr. J. Andrea in 
work of reform at Wittenberg University 
[15771, viii. 430. 

reprimands Wittenberg, etc., for 



opposing 'revival of pure doctrine,' viii. 430. 



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INDEX 



Augustus, Duke, plot discovered in Dresden 
[1581] to murder, ix. 2, 2 (n. 2). 

appointed arbitrator, with Emperor, 

etc., in dispute concerning Margrave 
Joachim Frederic of Brandenburg's claim 
to presidency of Council of Princes [at 
Diet of Augsburg, 1582], ix. 18. 

• induces Joachim Frederic to leave 



Augsburg, ix. 18-19. 

— holds himself aloof from claims of 
' Confessionists ' at Diet [1582], ix. 19-20. 

— claimed equality of treatment for 
Protestants and Catholics, ix. 20. 

hesitates as to wisdom of complete 

religious freedom, ix. 20. 
■ appealed to by Elector Palatine Louis 



to support cause of Archbishop Gebhard 
in Cologne War [1583], ix. 63. 

■ ceases to approve Gebhard's cause 



and proposed military aid, ix. 63. 

• reasons for his disapproval, ix. 



63-5. 

declines to aid in the ' stirring 

up of sedition and demoralising blood- 
shed,' ix. 65. 

— consents to summoning of general 
convention of Protestant Electors, Princes, 
and Estates at Muhlhausen, by Elector 
Palatine Louis, ix. 81. 

■ declines to take part in demonstra- 



tions against Papists, ix. 81-2. 
— ambassador of, at Congress at Frankfort 
joins in proposal to assign pension to 
Gebhard Truchsess upon his renunciation 
of Archbishopric of Cologne, ix. 83. 
•invited to Diet at Rotenburg [1584], 



ix. 83. 

position taken up by his representa- 
tive at, concerning Gebhard, ix. 85. 

— confirms Archbishop Ernest, Duke of 
Bavaria's admission into College of 
Electors [1585], ix. 89 (n. 3). 

remonstrates with Count Palatine John 

Casimir on his treatment of Lutherans, 
ix. 99. 
• negotiations opened with, concerning 



succession of Henry of Navarre to throne 

of France [1585], ix. 108. 
— incredulous as to truth of report of 

' Papal League for extirpation of Augsburg 

Confessionists,' ix. 112. 
gives his support to ' Palatine-Franco 

design' [1585], ix. 113. 

— death of his wife, Anna [1585], ix. 113. 
■ betrothes himself to Princess Agnes 



Hedwig of Anhalt [1585], ix. 113. 

— his marriage [1586], ix. 114. 

— grants release of Peucer from captivity, 
ix. 114. 

changes in, after second marriage, ix. 



114-15. 

listens to his son-in-law, John 

Casimir, ix. 115. 

— consternation of, at rumour of Pope 
Sixtus V.'s contemplated excommunica- 
tion of Protestant Electors, ix. 116, 117. 
• sends for Segur and assures him of his 



support of Henry of Navarre, ix. 117. 

— joins Elector of Brandenburg in 
' Memorandum ' to Emperor Rudolf II. 
concerning attacks of ' League ' on 
Fatherland [1586], ix. 117. 

— his eulogy of Pope Gregory XIII., ix.298. 
— advocates execution of heretics, x. 

225-6. 
— ' Formula of Concord,' x. 306. 

— concerns himself with commerce, xi. 8. 
introduces foreign designs for tombstone 

of brother Moritz, xi. 140-1. 



Augustus, Duke, salary paid by, to his Court 
painter Heinrich Godig [1573], xi. 166. 

thirty-two portraits of, xi. 169. 

prices paid to Lucas Cranach the 

Younger, for portraits of former dukes, 
by, xi. 170, 170 (n. 5). 

cameo of, in Emperor Rudolf II. 's 



collection at Prague, cost of, xi. 203. 

— poem on, by Balthasar Mentzius von 
Mimeck, xi. 312. 

— orders universal prayer on account 
of new comets, xii. 253, 253 (n. 5). 

prophecy concerning, xiii. 256 (n. 1). 

— devil appears to, xii. 378. 

(in connection with Princes' schools), 



xiii. 79, 80, 82, 83. 

— his grant of 'beer' to schoolmasters, 
xiii. 85 (n. 1). 

— of Wolf von Schonburg, xiii. 114 (n. 1). 
• his grant towards his ' Collegium 



Augusti ' [1580], xiii. 271-2. 
— his allowance for students at Heidel- 
berg University, xiii. 272, 272 (n. 3). 
• his threats of punishment for pro- 



fessors of Wittenberg University for 

non-enforcement of discipline, xiii. 291-2, 

292 (n. 1). 
refuses burial in town of Chemnitz to 

Agricola, as a papist [1555], xiii. 503. 
and his Electress, their encouragement 

of horticulture, xiii. 536 (w. 1). 
■ on terrible condition of plague patients, 



etc. [1580], xiv. 100, 100 (n. 2). 

— Church Ordnance of L1580], xiv. 200-1, 
201 (n. 1), 219. 

— prohibits further printing of Bible, 
and orders revision and reprinting of 
edition of 1545, xiv. 447. 

final edition appears [1581], xiv. 447, 



447 (m. 1, 2). 

— his orders for Censorship of the Press 
[15711. xiv. 504-5. 

— prohibits Melanchthon^s Corpus doc- 
trince, xiv. 506. 

• his dealings in Monopolies, xv. 25-8, 



28 (n. 1). 

— his complaint of practice of usury by 
nobles and merchants [1569], xv. 39, 
39 (». 2). 

— on punishment of fraudulent coiners, 
xv. 87. 

— certain socages computed for money 
during first years of reign of, xv. 160-1, 
161 (n. 1). 

abuses complaining peasants as in- 
surgents [1583], xv. 162, 162 in. 2). 

issues edict [1580] to free peasants 



from Sunday service, xv. 162, 162 (n. 4). 
— his devotion to hunting and shooting, 
xv. 195-9. 

■ his purchase of estates and removal 



of all hedges and palings for purposes 
of chase and his ordinances for the feeding 
of peasants and making of game-preserves, 
xv. 196-8, 196 (n. 1), 197 (n. 1, 2). 

• cost of game [ sent to his table in 



Dresden, xv. 213, 213 (w. 1). 

• his ordinances [1572, 1579] for 



punishment of poachers, xv. 217, 217 
(n. 1,2). 

— his jewels and fine clothes, xv. 272-3, 
273 (n. 1. 2) 

— his retinue and that of wife at Diets of 
Augsburg [1562 and 1582], xv. 299. 

— his retinue when taking baths at 
Schwalbach [1584], xv. 299-300, 300 (n. 1). 

debts found by him on his accession 

[15531, xv. 301. 
their growth by 1563, xv. 301. 



39 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Augustus, Duke, his debts, and his resolve to 
exercise more personal supervision, xv. 
301, 301 («. 3). 

measures adopted bv, to reduce the 

debt, xv. 301-3, 302 (n. 1,2, 3). 

remonstrated with by Provincial 

Estates, xv. 302. 

petition addressed to, for reduced 

taxation [1567], xv. 303, 303 (». 1). 

increases the corn tax [1579], xv. 303. 

he gains wealth, but loses love of his 

people, xv. 303, 303 (n. 3, 4). 
his ordinance concerning coach-driving 

among nobles, xv. 343 (n. 2). 
edict of, concerning those appointed to 

attend the sick [1572], xv. 474, 474 (». 3). 
ordinances issued by, against robbers, 

murderers, and vagabonds [1555-1583], 

xv. 519-20, 520 (n. 1). 

ordinance of, against sorcerers, xvi. 295. 

criminal ordinance of, for the burning 

of witches, etc. [1572], xvi. 512, 512 (n. 4). 

his death [1586], ix. 131. 

Augustus, Prince of Saxony, fears enter- 
tained by Lutherans regarding his marriage 

with Agnes Hedwig of Auhalt, ix. 149. 
his efforts to improve system of poor- 
relief [1588], xv. 460, 460 («. 2). 
his retinue at Diet of Naumburg [1614], 

xv. 300. 
Augustusburg, paintings by Heinrich Godig 

in the, xi. 166. 
Auhausen, Benedictine Abbey of, pillaged 

by Brandenburg peasantry, iv. 324. 
Aulic Council : see Council, Aulic. 
' Aulularia,' Plautus, xiii. 168. 
Aumale, Due d',his depredations in Strasburg. 

Veldenz, and Palatinate, viii. 54-5. 
Aupark, the, Fulda, xiii. 529. 
' Aureum Vellus ' [1598], xii. 295-6, 296, 

(n. l). 
Aurifaber, Court preacher to Duke John 

Frederic of Saxony, vii. 41 («. 4), 43-4, 

221 ; x. 110. 
' Auriferae Artis,' by Hildebrand von Hilde- 

brandseck [1608], xii. 291 (n. 1). 
Aurogallus, Matthew (Hebraist), aids Luther 

in translation of Old Testament, xiv. 405, 

406, 407. 
Aurpach, John, of Niederaltaich, episcopal 

chancellor of Batisbon [1565], his poetic 

gifts, xiii. 389, 389 («. 1). 
Aus dem Bildungsgange eines Ausburger 

Kaufmannssohnes,' L. Brunner, xv. 339 

in. 2). 
' Aus dem deutschen Universitatsleben des 

sechzehnten Jahrh.,' Jansen, v. 426 (n. 1) ; 

vii. 277 («. 2). 
' Aus dem Diarium Gymnasii S.J. Mona- 

cenis,' Bauer, xiii. 156 (n. 3). 
' Aus dem Leben deutscher Fiirsten im 

sechzehnten Jahrh.,' xv. 248 (n. 1). 
' Aus dem 16. Jahrhundert,' Calinich, vii. 

399 («. 1) ; xiv. 501 (n. 1). 508 (n. 3). 
Aus den danischen Biichern,' Droysen, vii. 

384 («. 2). 
' Aus den handschriftlichen Akten des 

Strassburger Kirchenconventes,' Tholuck, 

xvi. 122 (n. 2). 
' Aus den Lehrjahren Kaiser Maximilians II.,' 

LoserHi. vii. 330 (n. 1). 
' Aus der Camoralistischen Praxis des 16. 

Jahrh.,' Biedermann, viii. 801 (n. 1). 
' Aus der Fruhzeit des Jesuitendramas,' by 

Dfirwachtei, xiii. hit (n. 1). 
Aus der Kameralistischen Praxis des Jahr- 

hundertes,' Biedermann, vii. 258 (n 1 1 
' Aus Nartem Wehe Klagt,' hymn by Roland 

do Lattre, xi. 24 i. 



533 
Sel- 



' Aus Sleidan's Leben,' Baumgarten, xiii. 

442 (». 4. 5), 444 in. 1, 4). 
' Aus und uber H. W. Kirchhof,' G. T. Dith- 

mar, xv. 252 (n. 1). 
' Aus vier Jahrhunderten,' v. Weber, vii. 

318 (n. 2) ; xii. 334 (n. 1) ; xv. 300 (n. 1), 

375 (». 1) ; xvi. 454 (n. 1), 514 («. 6). 
' Aus vier Jahrhunderten,' Woltmann, xi. 

25 (n. 2), 112 (n. 1), 179 (n. 2). 
' Auss was Grund und Ursach Luthers 

Dolmetschung uber das Neue Testament 

dem gemeinen Man billig verboten werden 

sei,' Hieronymus Fniser [1523], xiv. 425-6. 

425 (n. 2). 
' Ausiuhrliche Stiftshistorie von Branden- 
burg,' Ph. Gercken, vi. 59 (n. 2). 
' Ausfuhrlicher und griindlicher Bericht,' 

Mich. Mastlin, x. 67-8, 68 (». 1). 
' Ausfuhrlicher vertreulicher Bericht uber 

den Kurfurstentag von Melchior Goldast 

von Hainingsfeld,' x. 501 (». 1). 
' Ausfiihrungen,' Klopp, v. 107 (w. 1). 
' Ausfuhrungen im Nepertorium fiir Kunst- 

wissenschaft,' Franz Bieffel, xi. 167 («. 1). 
' Ausfiihrungen von Klemm,' xi. 108 (n. 3). 
' Ausgaben auf Maleiitz,' xvi. 411 (n. 4). 
' Ausgewaidete Maus (Die),' Wilhehn 

Holder, x. 137. 
advice to Pistorius contained in, x. 

137-8. 
' Ausichten,' Schmoller, xv. 71 (n. 1). 
Auslasser, Brother Vitus, of Ebersberg, 

illuminator, i. 214. 
' Auslegung des CI Psalms,' Nicholas Florus 

[1583], xv. 422 (n. 2). 
' Auslegung des Propheten Daniel,' vi 

in. 1). 
' Auslegung des Psalters,' Nicholas 

nekker [1565], xv. 345 (n. 1). 
' Ausluchten,' xi. 116 (n. 2). 
' Ausnahmepatent,' viii. 210. 
' Ausschreiben,' etc., 1583, ix. 76 (n. 1). 
' Ausschreiben,' Gebhard, ix. 52 (n. 1). 
' Ausschiith und Steuberung der gueten 

Jesuiterischen Newen Zeitung,' Distelmahr, 

viii. 317 (n. 2). 
' Ausschutstag von 1556,' Stiilz, vii. 166 (n. 1). 
' Aussendung der Zwblf Boten ' [1542], 

religious drama by Wolfgang Schmeltzl, 

xii. 12-13. 
' Ausserungen Friedrichs (Die),' Henry 

Vespermann, ix. 218 (n. 2). 
' Ausslegung der geheymen Offenbarung,' 

x. 66 (n. 1). 
' Ausspriiche von Melanchthon und Melchior 

v. Ossa,' xiii. 398 («. 1). 
Austria, x. 407, 407 (n. 3), 411, 443 ; 506, 507. 

character of villages in, i. 320. 

miners of, ii. 38. 

absence of free cities in. ii. 129. 

a prey to Turks, under Selim I., ii. 245. 

appeals to States for nid, ii. 248-9. 

new representative district formed by, 

ii. 251. 

plague in, iii. 214 ; x>v. 68, 80, 80 (n. 1). 

prohibition edict issued against Luther's 

transl. of New Testament in, iii. 240 (».). 
threatened with fresh Turkish invasion, 

vi. 27 ; ix. 187, 500. 

Hussite following in, iv. 128. 

plot to bring, under sway of Sultan 

Solyman, vi. 504. 

progress of Anabaptists in, v. 162. 

persecution of Anabaptists in, v. 162. 

visitation of churches instituted 

throughout, v. 162. 
Charles V. cedes his dominions to 

brother Ferdinand, v. 322. 
Zapolya's plans to Invade, v. 370. 



40 



INDEX 



Austria, Zapolyas offers to lead army of 

Turks and Hessians against, v. 434. 
Church property declared to be Crown 

property in, vii. 258. 

loss of respect for clergy in, vii. 259. 

effect in, of Pius IV. 's brief authorising 

administration of Eucharist in both kinds, 

vii. 245. 
religious and moral anarehv in, vii. 

151-67. 
Canisius devotes specia' attention to, 

viii. 245. 

his influence in, viii. 291. 

— ■ — Protestant excesses in, viii. 375. 

pulpit demagogues in, viii. 377. 

Protestant conditions in, viii. 379-93. 

discontent in, ix. 41. 

financial exhaustion of, by expenses of 

Turkish War, ix. 200. 

foreign intrigues in, ix. 277. 

— conditions in, ix. 381-95. 

■invaded by Hungarian hordes under 



Stephen Bockskay, ix. 425. 
— oppression of Calvinists in, ix. 501. 
— Estates of, summoned to Diet 



at 

Pressburg bv Archduke Matthias, Tscher- 

nembl, and Illeshazy [1608], ix. 502. 
preparations by Archduke Matthias in, 

for campaign against Emperor Rudolf II., 

ix. 506. 

given to Archduke Matthias, ix. 510. 

Tschernembl's places in, x. 446. 

Protestant Estates of. and King 

Matthias, fresh quarrels between, x. 446. 

Protestantism in [1611], x. 494. 

and Protestant League, x. 589. 

activity in ehurch-building in, xi. 118. 

emplovment of Italian architects in, 

xi. 119. 

English actors in, xii. 163 (re. 1). 

rain of corn in, xii. 248. 

village schools in, xiii. 47-8. 

general collapse of Catholic Church in, 

viu. 307 ; xiii. 21S in. 4) ; xvi. 65-73, 

84. 
crusade against general corruption viii. 

215, 235, 251, 307, 337, 375 ; ix. 381 ; 

xvi. 79. 
— — Jesuit defenders of Catholic Church in, 

xiv. 348. 

history of, xiii. 425. 

history of, Wolfgang Lazius's services 

to, xiii. 437. 
— — edict against Luther's Bible issued in, 

xiv. 425. 

book censorship in, xiv. 500-1 . 

hereditary lands in, degradation of 

morals in, after Reformation, vii. 151 ; xvi. 

39. 
introduction of base coins into, xv. 82, 

82 (re. 2). 

crime in, xvi. 161. 

peasant risings in [1594-97], dangerous 

character of, xv. 180. 
comparative freedom from witch- 
trials in 16th cent., xvi. 411, 411 (w. 4). 
Provincial Estates of [1563], extort 

measure from Emperor for raising money 

against Turkey, oppressive to peasants, 

xv. 181, 181 (re. 2). 
Austria, Central, threatened with Turkish 

invasion [1566], viii. 97. 
defenceless position of, after treaty of 

Vienna [1606], ix. 427. 

conditions in, ix. 381-95. 

measures for gradual introduction of 

' Catholic Restoration ' in, settled at 

Conference of Princes T1579], ix. 380 (re. 1), 

387. 



Austria, history of [1468-99], xiii. 425, 425 

(n. ?.). 
Austria, inner : see Central. 
Austria, Lower, threatened by Turks [1521], 

iii. 307. 
delegates of, to Diet of Ratisbon [1556], 

complaints of, vii. 96. 
■ government of, strongly opposed to 

decisions of Council of Trent in relation to 

powers of secular Princes, vii. 266-9. 

— Estates of, ix. 504. 

• disturbances in, on account of new 



Gregorian Calendar, x. 72. 

decay of education in [1533], xiii. 27-8. 



Austria, Nether, place of attack on, v. 399. 
Austria, Upper, vii. 396. 

character of villages in, i. 320. 

invaded by imperial troops under 

General Ramee, x. 488. 

• country laid waste by, x. 488-9. 



Estates of, ix. 504. 
Calvinistic triumvirate 



of : see 
George Erasmus von Tschernembl. 
Austria, Upper and Lower, to go to Maxi- 
milian 11. on Ferdinand's death, viii. 294. 

Protestant Estates of, decline to render 

homage to Archduke Matthias until ab- 
solute religious freedom and redress of all 
grievances granted [1608], x. 403-4. 
■ Archduke Matthias desires to grant 



nobles free exercise of religion on basis of 
' Concession ' of Maximilian II., x. 405. 
— Catholic Estates of, do homage to 
Matthias, x. 406. 

• Protestant Estates of, decline to do 



homage to new king, x. 406. 

and Hungary unite against King 

Matthias, x. 410. 

Austria, Frederic of : see Frederic of Austria. 

Austria, House of : see Hapsburg, House of. 

' Austria,' by Cuspinian, xiii. 425, 425 (re. 1). 

Austrian Army, defeat of, by Hessians, v. 415. 

lands near Habsburg, and the Tyrol 

sue to Philip of Hesse for peace, v. 416. 

Austrian hereditary lands in alliance with 
Protestant League or ' Union,' x. 518. 

Austro-Burgundian House, perilous position 
of, vi. 234. 

' Auszeichnungen,' vi. 301 (». 2). 

' Auszug bei Biederstedt,' xii. 255 {n. 1). 

' Auszug der Ambts-Raittung ' [1596-97], 
xvi. 411 (re. 4). 

' Ausziige,' Koch, viii. 39 (re. 1). 

' Ausziige bei Neumann, Geschichte des 
Wuchers,' ii. 82 (re.). 

Authority, doctrine of unlimited, gains many- 
adherents, iv. 368-9. 

Authors, Catholic, their difficulties of pub- 
lication, xiv. 285, 293, 524 (n. 1). 

poor payment of, by publishers, xiv. 

523-4. 

' Automata,' manufacture of, in Augsburg, 
xi. 193 (re. 3). 

' Autonomia,' Andreas Erstenberger, viii. 77 
(re. 1). 

• Autos,' Spanish, xii. 1. 

Ave Maria, travesties of, xi. 357. 

' Ave rosa sine spinis,' hymn by Louis Send, 
xi. 243. 

Ave-Lallemant, xv. 425 (n. 1), 427 (n. 1), 428 
(n. 2), 505 [n. 3), 509 (re. 2). 

Avenarius, John, Latin-German Prayer- 
Book by, xiii. 104 (re. 1). 

Aventin, John [ = John Turmavr], Bavarian 
Court Historian, i. 137 ; v. 520 (re. 1). 

on decay of Education [1529], xiii. 23-4, 

24 (re. 1). 

his Chronica 4. uratten Teulschen, xiii. 



357. 



41 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Aventin, John, as historian, xiii. 428-36. 
his birth [1477], and education, xiii. 

428. 

his love of historical study, xiii. 428. 

appointed tutor to Dukes Louis and 

Ernest of Bavaria, xiii. 428. 
travels to Italy and goes to Ingolstadt 

University with Duke Ernest, xiii. 428. 
■ founds learned society for historical 



research, etc. [1516], xiii. 428, 428 (n. 1). 
■ publishes Life of Emperor Henry IV., 



xiii. 428. 
appointed Bavarian Court Historian 

[1517], xiii. 429, 436, 436 (n. 2). 
writes his Annates Boiorum [1521-26], 

xiii. 429. 
translates it into German under title 

Bayrische Chronika [1533], xiii. 429-30, 

430 (re. 1), 435 (n. 3). 
his Von den Ursachen d. Tiirkenkriegs 

[1529], xiii. 429. 

his inaccuracies, xiii. 429-31, 431 (n. 1). 

a secret adherent of Lutheran doctrines, 

xiii. 432-3. 
his attempt to leave Bavaria, xiii. 433, 

433 (n. 1). 

his imprisonment, xiii. 433. 

his hatred of monks, xiii. 433. 

aid given him in his work by clergy, 

xiii. 433-4, 433 (n. 2). 

his coarseness, xiii. 433 (n. 2). 

his abuse of clergy in writings, xiii. 

434-6, 435 (re. 1). 

his intemperate habits, xiii. 435, 435 

(n. 2, 3). 

his diary, xiii. 435 (n. 2). 

on cause of murder, robbery, and beg- 
gary in Germany [1529], xv. 515 (n. 2). 

criticism of, by Prof. F. X. Wegele, x. 

12 (re. 2). 

' Aventin,' Von Wegele, xiii. 433 (re. 1). 

' Aventin,' Wiedemann, xiii. 433 (re. 1), 

434 (n. 1), 436 (». 2, 3), 477 (n. 1). 

' Aventin-Karte,' S. Gunther, xiii. 468 (n. 2). 
Aventinus = John Turmayr, i. 137. 
' Aventins Werke,' xiii. 429 (n. 1), 430 (m. 1). 
• Aventin's Works,' Riezler, xiii. 433 (n. 2), 

436 (n. 1, 4). 
Aversa, rout of French army at, v. 196, 196 

(». 1). 
Avicenna, xiv. 229. 
his works burnt by Paracelsus at Basle 

[1526], xii. 279. 
d'Avoine, Renib. Dodon, xiii. 527 (». 1). 
' Axiomata Erasmi,' iii. 173. 
' Ay mit den achtzehn Schanden,' farce by 

Hans Sachs, xii. 20. 
Ayrer, Jacob or James, dramatist of Nurem- 
berg [1605], xi. 146 (n. 3) ; xii. 144-5, 

216 {n. 2). 

play by, xii. 35. 

comedies of, xii. 135-6, 136 (n. 1). 

his Lazarus, xii. 144. 

murder plays of, xii. 169-73. 

their intention, xii. 173, 173 (re. 1). 

his Emperor Otto, xii. 169-70. 

Servius Tullius, xii. 170-1. 

Theseus, xii. 171-2, 172 (». 1, 2). 

Schriickliche Tragedi rout Regiment 

d. tiirk. Kaisers Machumetis des Andern, 

xii. 172. 

Valentino und Vrso, xii. 172 (n. 3). 

peasant's 'Complaint,' xv. 171, 

171 (n. 1). 
on skill of necromancers, xii. 352, 

352 (re. 2). 

Baader, J., xi. 66 (re. 1), 183 (n. 1). 
(Jesch. von Freiburg, xvi. 426 (re. 1). 



BaaiL; , J., Nurnberger Polizeiordnungen, xv. 
367 (». 1), 417 («. 3), 435 («. 1). 

Thomas v. Absberg, iv. 225 (». 1). 

Wallenstein als Student an d. Univ. 

Altdorf, xiii. 310 («. 1). 

Zur Gesch. d. Brannlweins, xv. 418 

(n. 1). 
Baar, the, vi. 40. 
Baas, xiv. 46 (n. 2). 

on Paracelsus, xiv. 1 (n. 1). 

on conditions of medical practice at 

middle of 16th cent., xiv. 48 (n. 1). 
Babel, Henry, xvi. 397 (». 1). 
Babenberg, Margraves of, xiii. 425. 
' Babylonish Captivity of the Church,' by 

Luther, iii. 130, 264 (n. 1). 
' Babylonish whore,' x. 22. 
' Bacchants,' i. 31 (n. 1) ; iii. 222, 222 (n. 1). 
' Bacchus zu d. vollen Sileno,' xii. 216 (n. 2). 
Bach, J. Sebastian, his place amongst 
Protestant composers, xi. 253 (re. 1). 

chorales of, xi. 256. 

Bach, Vitus, vii. 297. 
Bacharach, x. 501. 

portentous birth at [1595], xii. 234, 

234 (re. 3). 
Bachmann, Herzog Wolfgang's Eriegs- 

verrichtungen, viii. 54 (n. 1). 
Bachmann, Daniel, ' fire-artist ' [ = alchemist] 
to Augustus, Elector of Saxony, xv. 282. 

his banishment, xv. 282, 282 (». 1). 

Bachmann, Paul [=Amnicola], Abbot of 
Zeller, xiv. 249, 276 (n. 2). See also Amni- 
cola, Paul. 
Bachtold, J., xi. 234 (re. 3), 358 (n. 2), 359 
(re. 1) ; xii. 56 (n. 1). 

Deutsche Litteratur, Anmerkungen, x. 

271 (n. 2) ; xi. 333 (». 1) ; xii. 23 (re. 1), 
36 (re. l),38(n. 1), 56 (n. 1). 

Gesch. d. deut. Lit. in d. Schweiz, 

xiii. 197 (n. 1). 

Hans Salat, xi. 357 (re. 4), 358 (re. 1), 

360 («. 1). 

his N. Manuel, xii. 39 (re. 2), 42 (re. 1, 2), 

43 (n. 1), 44 (n. 1, 3), 45 (re. 2), 47 (n. 1), 
156 (re. 1), 157 (re. 1,2). 
Baechtold CX., xi. 54 (n. 1). 
de Backer, viii. 277 (re. 2), 284 (re. 1), 285 
(re. 2), 290 (re. 4), 291 (n. 2, 4) ; ix. 333 
(re. 1) ; x. 68 (re. 1), 375 (n. 4) ; xiii. 198 
(n. 1), 329 (n. 2), 333 (re. 2, 3), 337 (re. 1, 3), 
394 (re. 1), 479 (n. 2) ; xiv. 364 (re. 4), 
365 (re. 1), 367 (re. 4), 375 (n. 1) ; xvi. 
401 (n. 6),467(n. 3). 

his catalogue of Pontanus's works, 

xiii. 395 (n. 2). 
Backmeister, Lucas, theologian of Kostock 
[1562-1608], viii. 186 (re. 2). 

his Christliche Anleitung, vii. 279 (n. 3). 

requested by Protestant Estates to 

make visitation of churches, viii. 385. 

declines post of superintendent of 

churches, viii. 386. 

his moderation, xiv. 169. 

his funeral sermon over a child [1613], 

xiv. 485, 485 (n. 3). 
Backofen, burgomaster of Leipzig, Lx. 163. 
Bacmeister, Luke : see Backmeister, Lucas. 
Bacon, Koger, his insistence on necessity for 

improved Calendar [1294], x. 52 (re. 1). 
von Baczko, Geschichte Preussens, v. 115 

(n. 1, 2), 116 (re. 2) ; vii. 304 (re. 1). 
Badeborn, xiv. 492. 
' Badegeld,' ii. 34. 

Baden, Margraviate of, conspiracy in [1517], 
iv. 142. 

' evangelical army ' in. iv. 276. 

-efforts to binder progress of Pro- 



testantism in, viii. 352. 



42 



INDEX 



Baden, growth of power of Zahringers in, 
ii. 159. 

defeat of rebels at, by Maximilian I. at, 

ii. 229. 

incendiarism in, xv. 517. 

insurrection in, subdued by treaty, iv. 

317. 

Prince of, chosen a member of ' com- 
mittee of 8,' v. 66. 

princes of, vi. 425. 

Diet at [1546], vi. 323. 

decadence of public morality in [1554- 

5], vi. 522-3. 
• Margrave of, attends Diet of Augsburg 



[1555], vi. 540. 

— ' Torgau Book ' accepted in, viii. 408. 

— ambassador of, at Dusseldorf [1609], 
x. 434. 

military preparations in [1612], x. 514. 

wedding pageant at, x. 438. 

and Protestant allies, x. 529. 

— religious conference at [1526], xi. 332 ; 



505, 505 



xiv. 307. 
— censorship of Press in, xiv. 
(n. 2). 
• witch persecution in, xvi. 425. 



Baden-Baden, church at, i. 171. 
territorial law of, against 



sorcerers, 



Thomas Murner, xi. 333 



xvi. 295. 
' Badenfahrt,' 

(m. 2). 
Bader, Augustin, Anabaptist, teachings of, 

v. 159-60. 

pretensions of, v. 160. 

arrest of, v. 160. 

Bader, Father, his adverse criticism of 

Sherer's sermon on expulsion of 120,000 

devils [1583], xvi. 464. 
Bader, J., vii. 197 (n. 2), 198 (n. 1), 199 

(m. 1), 205 (w. 1), 208 (n. 1), 211 (ra. 1), 

212 (n. 2). 
Gesch. der Stadt Freiburg, xiii. 27 («. 2) ; 

xv. 517 (n. 3). 
' Badewesen,' by Zappert, ii. 70. 
Badian of St. Gall, xiv. 524 (n. 1). 
' Badische Landtagsabschiede,' v. Weech, xv. 

318 (n. 1). 
Badoero, Federigo, Venetian ambassador to 

Germany, vii. 94 ; xiii. 412, 412 (n. 1). 
Bahder, Karl von, Grundlagen d. neuhoch- 

deutschen Lautsy stems, xiv. 412 (n. 1, 2), 

430 (n. 2). 
Bahlmann, P., Aachener Jesuitendramen, xiii. 

197 (w. 1). 

Das Drama d. Jesuit en, xiii. 197 (n. 1). 

— Deutschlands Katholische Catechismen, 



viii. 277 (n. 3). 

Jesuitendramen d. 

provinz, xiii. 197 (n. 1' 



niederrhein. Ordens- 



Bahn, Passion-plays abolished in [15981, xii. 

18 (n. 1). 
' Baierischer histor. Kalender fur 1788,' L. 

Westenrieder, xi. 188 (n. 4). 
' Baierns politische Geschichte,' A. S. Stunipf , 

v. 400 (n. 2). 
' Baierns Zustande,' Sugenheim, vii. 171 

(». 2), 172 (n. 1), 175 (n. 1), 260 (n. 2) ; 

viii. 321 (w. 2), 326 (n. 3). 

See also Bayern. 
Baireuth, bankruptcy of principality of, vi. 

450-1, 450 («.. 2). 

moral conditions in, vi. 451-3. 

execution of peasants at, v. 36. 

general desolation reigning in [1554], 

vi. 524-5. 
' Baireuth,' Lang, viii. 416 (n. 3). 
Bakers, Guild of, ii. 6. 
— — journeymen, of Colmar, generosity of, ii. 

33. 



Bakers, journeymen, and authorities of 
Colmar, strife between, ii. 27-9. 

compromise between, ii. 29. 

of Freiburg, Festival of, ii. 27. 

Balan, P., iv. 39 (». 1) ; v. 8 (n. 1, 2, 4). 

Balau, iv. 242 (n. 2). 

Balde, James, Jesuit poet, xiii. 392. 

his The Battle of the Giant with the 

Dwarf [dialogue], xii. 14 (n. 1). 

his power to adapt the antique form to 

modern poetry, xiii. 341. 
Balduin of Wittenberg, his controversy witli 

Christopher Pelargus, xiv. 179. 
Balduini, Martin, Bishop of Ypres, viii. 19, 

124. 
Balduinus, Francis, French Calvinist jurist, 
lectures at Strasburg and Heidelberg, xiii. 
414. 
Baldus, modern jurisprudence based on 
teaching of, ii. 170-1. 

condemnation of, ii. 177-8. 

teachings of, as regards proofs of 

sorcery, xii. 501. 
Balingen, xiii. 362. 

endowment of pulpit at, i. 39. 

Ballads, German, excellence of, i. 259. 

farewell, i. 256-8. 

satirizing clergy, i. 261. 

lawyers, i. 261. 

political, in Middle Ages, i. 259-62. 

Ballenberg, town of, burnt by Gotz von 

Berlichingen, ii. 255. 
Ballenstadt, xiv. 492. 
Ballets, French, fashion for, at German 

Courts, xv. 268. 
Balthasar von Dernbach. Prince-Abbot of 
Fulda, enthusiastic defender of Catholi- 
cism, viii. 327. 

declines petition of town council for 

appointment of Lutheran preacher and 
abolition of Mass [1570], viii. 327. 

summons Jesuits to Fulda for founding 

school [1571], viii. 327-8. 

incurs enmity of Cathedral Chapter 

and Lutheran Princes, viii. 328. 

arouses opposition among his clergy by 

his insistence on moral reform, regular 
worship, etc., viii. 328-9. 
buys up heretical literature and pro- 
hibits its introduction into Fulda, viii. 
329. 

charged with aiming at overthrow of 

' Pacification of Augsburg,' viii. 329. 

declines appeals of Protestant burghers 

for permission to conform to ' Augsburg 
Confession ' [1573], viii. 329. 

advised by Elector Augustus of Saxony, 

Landgraves William and Louis of Hesse 
and Margrave George Frederic of Branden- 
burg jointly that he must grant freedom 
to Protestants to conform to Confession of 
Augsburg, viii. 329. 

is requested to expel the Jesuits 

by Cathedral Chapter and Protestant 
Princes, viii. 330. 

• proposes to refer dispute to Emperor 



Maximilian II. and Imperial Chamber, viii. 
330. 

■ Jesuits invited to Fulda by, expelled 



for 



by Dean of Canons, viii. 330. 
appeals to Imperial Chamber 

support, viii. 330-1. 
— receives letter of encouragement from 

Duke Albert V. of Bavaria, viii. 331. 

writes to Elector Augustus stating that 



' Augsburg Confession ' never conceded in 
Fulda, and claiming right to re-establish 
Catholic religion by terms of ' Pacification 
of Augsburg,' viii. 332. 



43 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Balthasar von Dernbach, letter to Gregory 
XIII. [1575] regarding sad religious con- 
ditions prevailing, viii. 334-5. 

delight of, in prosperity of Jesuit school, 

viii. 335. 

his deposition, viii. 366. 

his reinstatement decreed by Maxi- 
milian II., viii. 366-7. 

Emperor's decree disregarded, viii. 



367. 
367. 



■his case dropped by Emperor, viii. 



' Balthasar von Dernbach,' Egloffstein, ix. 
370 (re. 1, 2). 

Balthasar of Giittlingen, vii. 80. 

Balthasar, Sammlung z. pommer. Kirchen- 
hist., xvi. 107 (re. 2). 

Baltic, cereals from, imports of, to Antwerp, 
viii. 11. 

provinces, viii. 87. 

and Danube, the, communication be- 
tween, ii. 52. 

Baltic Seas, character of villages on, i. 320. 

conquest of, attempted by Ivan the 

Terrible, vii. 112. 

Balticus, Martin, Protestant poet and rector 
of school at Ulm, xiii. 179, 389-90, 390 
(re. 1). 

' Baltische Studien,' Philip Hainhofer, v. 
119 (re. 1), 156 (re, 2), 170 (re. 2) ; xiii. 60 
(re. 1), 291 (re, 1) ; xv. 32 (re. I), 199 (n. 1), 
213 (re. 2, 3), 214 (re. 1), 227 (re. 3), 232 
(re, 3), 239 (re. 2), 412 (re. 3), 423, 423 (re. 1), 
482 (». 4) ; xvi. 154 (re, 3), 155 (n. 1), 
177 (re. 1). 

Baltringen, iv. 228. 

plunder of churches at, by peasants of, 

iv. 233-4. 

Baltringen, Allgauers and Seebauers, union 
between, iv. 228-9. 

Bamberg, Episcopal city of, ii. 32 ; xiv. 11. 

asylum for insane built at [1471], xv. 

437, 437 (re. 2). 

Bishop of, iv. 325, 327 ; v. 37 ; vi. 

454 ; x. 607, 609. 

See also Bishops Aschhausen, Johann 
Gottfried von ; Ernest von Mengersdorf ; 
Ertlin, John ; Feucht, James ; Forner, 
Friedrich ; Fuchs, George, von Riigheim ; 
Gebsattel, John Philip von ; George III., 
von Erbschenk ; Kedwitz, Weigand von ; 
Schenk, George, von Limburg ; Thungen, 
Xeidhard von. 

Bishopric of, iv. 220. 

peasants' rising spreads to, iv. 254. 

resolution of peasant leaders in district 

of, iv. 327. 

insurgents of, flee before army of 

Suabian League, iv. 327. 

Council and people renew oaths of 

allegiance to Bishop, iv. 327-8. 

Duke John Frederic II. plans destruc- 
tion of, vi. 424, 425. 

proceedings of Protestant League 

against, accentuated, x. 474, 477. 

captured by Margrave Albert of 

Brandenburg-Culmbach, vi. 507-8. 
■ cruelties perpetrated in, vi. 508. 



disorder rampant in, vii. 182. 

scandalous lives of clergy in, vii. 182. 

deplorable condition of, at beginning of 

L 7th cent., ix. 375. 
John Philip von Gebsattel (Protestant) 

elected Bishop of [1599], ix. 875. 
Johann Gottfried von Aschhausen 

■ !• «'1 <■ 1 Bishop of (1609], ix. 376. 
territories of, Invaded by Margraves of 

Ansbacb and Baden, x. 459. 

carnival plays in. i. 282. 



Bamberg, Cathedral, monument to Emperor 

Henry II. in, i. 197. 

criminal ordinance of [1507], xvi. 177-8. 

Crotus Rubianus writes from, iii. 112. 

Diocesan Synod of, on preaching, i. 35. 

distressing conditions in, xvi. 81-2, 82 

(«. 1, 2). 

horticulture at, i. 340. 

Jesuit college founded at [1611], ix. 

314. 

Jesuit gymnasium at [1609], xiii. 158. 

thirteen town schools handed over to 



Jesuits, xiii. 158. 

laws relating to bigamy in, vi. 113. 

people of, incited to revolt, iv. 257-9. 

people of, revolt, iv. 259-60. 

Philip of Hesse prepares to march 

against, v. 208. 
— — socialistic demonstrations at, iv. 175. 

leader of insurgents in, iv. 178. 

song of the dead in, xii. 263, 263 (re, 1). 

— — witch-burning in diocese of, xvi. 419, 

419 (re. 1), 423. 
torture of woman at [1614], xvi. 4:24, 

424 (re. 3). 
' Bamberger Hexenjustiz,' Wittmann, xvi. 

424 (re. 1,3). 
' Bambergische Jahrbiicher,' Jack, xv. 

448 (n. 1). 
Bamler, Hans, of Augsburg, publishes 

Booh of Nature, i. 343. 
Banez, Dominicus, advocate of tyrannicide, 

x. 389. 
Banks, establishment of, to replace Jewish, 

ii. 80. 
Banner-bearers, sodalities of, ii. 26. 
Bannisis, Jacob, Imperial Councillor, i. 156. 
' Bannteufel,' Jodocus Hocker, xii. 333 (re, 1). 
Banquet, christening, in 1565. xv. 255 (re, 2). 
Banquets, peasant, xv. 413, 414-15,415 (re. 1). 
Banquets of burghers and peasants : see 

also Burgher and Peasant Life. 
• Bapst hat sich zu Tode gefallen ' (hymn), 

xi. 290-1. 
Bapst, Michael, von Rochlitz, Protestant 

preacher and doctor, xiv. 3 (re. 1), 18-21. 
his Arznei- Kunst- u. Wunderbuch [1592], 

xii. 285 («. 1). 
his Giftjagendes Kunst- und Hausbuch 

[1596], xii. 285 (re. 1). 
his Wunderbarliches Leib- und Wund- 

arzneibuch [1600], xii. 285 (re. 1); xiv. 19, 

19 (re. 1, 2). 
his Neues v. ntitzl. Ertznei- Kunst- u. 

Wunderbuch [1590], xiv. 19, 19 (re. 3). 
his Giftjagendes Kunst- und Hausbuch 

[1591, 1592], xiv. 20, 20 (re, 1). 
his Wunderbarliches Leib- und Wund- 

artzneibuch [1596], xiv. 20, 20 (re. 2). 
his Pimelotheca [1599], xiv. 20 (re, 2). 



Bapst, Valentine, printer of Leipzig, xiv. 519. 
' Bapstpredigten,' GeorgeMylius, x. 26 (re, 2, 3), 

33 (n. 3), 35 (re. 3), 38 (re. 2), 249 (n. 3), 362 

(». 1). 
' Baptischer Triumph,' Maximilian Philos, 

x. 251 (re. 5). 
Baptism, Catholic doctrine of, as decreed 

by Council of Trent, viii. 268. 

denunciation of, vii. 5 (re. 1). 

Bar-le-Duc, v. 407. 

Treaty of, v. 408. 

Philip of Hesse's infringement of, 

v. 429. 
Barack, iv. 132 (n. 1, 2) ; xv. 426 (re. 2). 
• Barbali.' by Nicholas Manuel [1526], xii. 

13 4. 44 (re. 1, 2, 3). 
Barbara, St., x. 49. 
Barbara, Countess dc Montfort, xv. 339 («. 



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INDEX 



Barbara, von Liegnitz-Brieg, Duchess, x. 

276 (n. 1). 
weight of garment worn by, xv. 271 

(re. 3). 
• Barbara Harscherin,' A. Bauch, xi. 317 

(n. 1). 
Barbara Sophia, Margravine of Branden- 
burg, her marriage with Duke John Fred- 
erick of Wiirteniberg [1609], x. 436 ; xv. 

255-6, 256 (re. 1). 
festivities connected with marriage, 

x. 436-7, 438, 438 (n. 1). 
Barbari, James, bad life and influence of, 

xi. 238, 238 («. 4). 
Barbarism, era of intellectual and moral, 

xiii. 377-82. 
Barbarossa, Frederic, and Roman Code, ii.166. 

lands at Reggio [1543], vi. 235. 

joins French fleet at Toulon, vi. 235. 

captures Nizza, vi. 235. 

sends 5000 Christians as gift to Soly- 

man, vi. 235. 
Barbarossa : see Chaireddin. 
Barbelroth, sparse school - attendance in 

[1584], xiii. 42. 
Barby, Burkhardt von, Count, xv. 267. 
Barcelona, German printers in, i. 14. 

Cathedral, i. 168. 

Treaty of, v. 235. 

Peace of, undertakings of Emperor at, 

v. 302-3. 
Bardenhewer, O., Patrologie, xiv. 192 (re. 1). 
Barefoot Friars, xi. 332. 
Geiler von Kaisersberg's strictures on, 

ii. 298. 

and Convent of St. Clara, iv. 67, 70. 

denunciation of robber knights, iii. 278. 

their heroic devotion to victims of 

plague [1541-42, 1612], xiv. 111-12. 
Barefoot Monastery : see Monastery, Barefoot. 
Barenstein, Caspar von (Carmelite), his 

commentaries on Peter Lombard [1576], 

xiv. 359 (re. 2). 
' Barfiisser Mcnche Eulenspiegel u. Alkoran,' 

Erasmus Alber, xi. 355-6, 356 («. 1). 
' Barfiisser Sekten u. Kuttenstreit,' J. Fis- 

chart, x. 99, 299 (re. 2). 
Barge, Die Verhandlungen zu Linz u. Passau, 

vi. 475 (re. 1). 
' Barlaam and Jo'.aphat,' performances at 

Munich and Graz [1573, 1599], xiii. 196. 

its origin, xiii. 196. 

Barnes, Robert, Lives of the Popes, x. 1. 
Barnim XL, Duke of Pomerania-Stettin, vii. 

138 ; xv. 482. 

received into Smalcald League, v. 490. 

offers 20,000 florins to League, v. 511. 

declines to receive Papal Nuncio, v. 526. 

declines to sign Frankfort Recess [1558] , 

vii. 51. 
sends delegate to Naumburg Conven- 
tion, vii. 216. 
leaves Wittenberg University in dis- 
gust, xiii. 290-1, 291 (». 1). 

on increase of usury, xv. 40, 40 (re. 1). 

on conversion of glebe lands, etc., into 

farms by nobles and towns [1560], xv. 147- 

148, 148 (re. 1). 

drunkenness at funeral of, xv. 239. 

Baronio, Brocardo, his accusations against 

Pope Clement VIII., King Philip III. of 

Spain, Archdukes Albert and Ferdinand, 

etc., ix. 432-3, 433 (n. 1). 
Vermahnung an die evangelischen 

Filrsten, ix. 432. 
Baronius, Caesar, Annates ecclesiastici, 

xiii. 459 (». 2). 
Baronius, Justus Calvinus, of Xanten, xiv. 

347. 



Baroque style of architecture, how evolved, 

xi. 89, 115. 
ornament its principal element, xi. 

116, 193 (n. 1). 
Barrelt, immorality in, xvi. 145. 
Barth, dissipation of church property in, 

xv. 482 (». 4). 
Barth, Caspar von, xiii. 346. 

his birth [1587], xiii. 346. 

his Juvenilia [1607], xiii. 346. 

his Amabilia [1612], xiii. 346. 

his utter indecency, xiii. 346, 346 (n. 1). 

Bart h old, Deutschland u. die Hugenotten, 

v. 447 (». 2) ; vi. 299 (n. 3), 422 (n. 1), 

449 (n. 2), 489 (n. 1), 504 (n. 1) ; vii. 108 

(n. 1), 111 (». 1, 2) ; viii. 3 («. 3), 4 (n. 2, 4), 

8 (n. 5), 10 (n. 2) ; xiii. 413 (n. 5). 

Gebhard Truchsess, ix. 89 (w. 1). 

Oesch. der Hansa, xv. 7 (n. 1), 8 (n. 2). 

Oeschichte v. Riigen u. Pommern, v. 

485 (n. 1). 
Bartholomai, John, preacher of Ulm, and 

prophecies of Noa Kalb, xiii. 266. 
Bartholomaus, Archbishop of Braga, on 

necessity for reform of Hierarchy, viii. 

258-9. 
Bartholomaus and ' Confutation ' of ' Con- 
fession of Augsburg,' v. 258. 
' Barth. Arnoldi von Usingen,' Paulus, xiii. 

396 (w. 1). 
Bartholomausstift at Frankfort-on-the-Main. 

ix. 466 (n. 1), 468 (n. 1), 475 (n. 2), 484 

(re. 2), 489 (n. 1), 514 (n. 2). 
' Bartholomew Bruyn,' Firmenich-Richartz, 

xi. 151 (n. 2). 
Bartholomew Foundation, Frankfort-am- 

Main, xiv. 310. 
Bartholomew de Pisa, Liber Conform., xi. 356 

(n. 1). 
Bartholomew of Cologne, i. 96. 

Butzbach on, i. 96. 

Bartisch, George, Court oculist at Dresden 

[1607], xiv. 46 (n. 2). 
Bartlma von Lichtenstein, punished for in- 
human treatment of his vassals, xv. 176-8, 

178 («. 1). 
becomes governor of part of Tyrol, 1579, 

xv. 178. 

assessor of taxes [1582], xv. 178. 

Bartoli, Francesco, II Castello del Buon 

Consiglio, xi. 234 (n. 2). 

Opere, viii. 216 (n. 2, 3). 

Bartolomaeus, Brother, Minorite, descrip- 
tion of Rhine province, i. 344. 
Bartolus, Italian jurist, xiii. 403, 419 (n. 1). 
modern jurisprudence based on teaching 

of, ii. 170-1. 

— condemnation of, ii. 177-8. 
Bartsch, xi. 58 (n. 2), 210 (w. 3), 213 (n. 3). 

214 (n. 2), 217 (n. 4), 219 (n. 4), 224 (n. 3, 4), 

229 (n. 3), 234 (n. 3). 
Buhlschaftsszenen aus damaliger Zeit, 

ix. 234 (re. 3). 
■ Peintre-graveur, xvi. 378 (re. 1). 



Bartsch, Sachsisehe Rleiderordnungen, xv. 

360 (n. 2), 361 (re. 1), 371 (re. 3). 
Baruch Molitor= Riilich, Bartholomew, q.v. 
Barvitius, privy councillor to Emperor Rudolf 

II.. ix. 420. 
Barwinkel, J oh. Matth. Meyfart, xvi. 191 

(n. 1). 
' Baseler Chroniken,' v. 140 (n. 2). 
Basellius, Nicholas, of Hirsau, his eulogy of 

Reuchlin, i. 105. 
Basil, xiii. 163, 163 in. 1). 
' Basilica Chymica,' by Oswald Croll, xiv. 3-4. 
Basilius, Dr., delegate of Duke John Frederic 

of Saxony to religious Conference at 

Worms, vii. 39. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Basle, free imperial city of, ii. 128 ; v. 221, 

242,244; vi. 41, 53, 423 ; viii. 291. 

number of printing-presses in, i. 12. 

of printing-houses at, at beginning 

of Kith cent., xiv. 517. 
Diocesan Synod of, on preaching, i. 35. 

— Cathedral, endowments for the pulpit 

of, i. 38. 

Minster, i. 171, 173. 

St. Leonard's Church, i. 173. 

Carnival Plays at, i. 282. 

— — Guild of Agriculturists in, i. 338. 

wages at, in 15th cent., ii. 33. 

— — description of, in 15th cent., ii. 60. 
introduction of Roman Law at, ii. 

169-70. 
Humanists of, their friendship for 

Luther, iii. 105. 

Karsthaus preaches in, iii. 223. 

Hutten seeks refuge at, iii. 301. 

compelled to leave, iii. 305. 

loss of book-trade in, iii. 360. 

poverty of painters of, iv. 165 [n. 1). 

contributes contingencies to Ulrich of 

Wiirtemberg's army, iv. 226. 

Council of, vii. 200, 201. 

letter to, iv. 316. 

— discussions at, on necessity for im- 
proved Calendar, x. 52 (n. 1). 
■ complaints to, of painters concerning 

their poverty, xi. 46. 
memorandum of, on methods of fraud 

practised by beggars, xv. 425, 425 («. 1), 

426-7, 427 (n. 1). 

acts of reprisal in, iv. 349. 

received into Swiss confederacy, v. 208. 

Diet at [1530], consultation at, v. 247. 

deputation from Philip of Hesse to, 

concerning Ulrich of Wurtemberg, v. 245. 
concludes ' Christian agreement ' with 

Philip of Hesse and towns of Zurich and 

Strasburg, v. 327. 

meeting of confederates at, v. 328. 

invited to join League of Smalcald, v. 

333. 
enters into alliance of co-burgership 

with Strasburg, v. 246. 

Bishop of, deprived of power, v. 138. 

— Town Council of, determines on non- 



to 



interference in matters of faith, v. 138. 

— religious disturbances in, v. 139-40. 

— damage done to Church property in, 
Appendix, note xiii., p. 550. 

— news-sheet published at, professes 
give reasons for conversion of Count 
Palatine Wolfgang Wilhelmto Catholicism, 
x. 561-2,562 (n. 1). 

Church regulations of, denunciation of 

images in [1529], xi. 28. 

— lconoclasm in, xi. 31. 
Erasmus's report of, xi. 31. 

— Hans Holbein the Younger resides in, xi. 
48-9. 

— anti-papal pamphlet published at[1560], 
Concerning the terrible destruction and over- 
throtv of the whole papacy, etc., xi. 65. 

glass-painters in, xi. 155. 

Museum, xi. 208 (n. 4). 

— performance of Holzwart's relictions 
play at [1571], xii. 22. 

decline of education in [1529], xiii. 26. 

reduction of number of schools in, xiii. 

105. 

Michael Schiitz at [1548], xiii. 351. 

Zwinger's garden at, xiii. 533. 

— birthplace of John and Caspar Banhln, 
\iii. :.to. 541. 

— pestilential outbreak in [15821, *iv. 75, 
7.-, I//..4). 



Basle, plague in [1541], xiv. 65, 65 (n. 1). 
plague of boils at [1563-64], xiv. 68, 

68 (w. 3). 

— ravages of plague in [1609-11], xiv. 84. 
■ seminary of reformed theology at, xiv. 



180. 

— Erasmian New Testament printed at, 
xiv. 198. 

— Gospel Book : see Gospel Book of Basle. 
— - Press censorship in [1542], xiv. 507. 

— Guild on foreign hawkers, xv. 23 (n. 2). 
• prohibition of sale of brandy in, xv. 420 



(n. 2). 

— 40,000 aliens in, xv. 512, 512 (n. 2). 

— witch-trial in [1519], xvi. 264 (n. 2). 

— University, founded [=pleasantest 
abode of the Muses], i. 87, 122. 

— Bull for foundation of, i. 88. 
■ preponderance of clerical students at , 



i. 89. 



• intellectual activity in, i. 122-6. 



decline of, iii. 357. 

wretched pav received by professors 

at [1586], xiii. 275i 275 (n. 2). 
professors at, put under supervision 

of beadle [1571], xiii. 281. 

■ professors at, subjected to fines, xiii. 



281, 281 (n. 3). 

petition of grievances of Council 



against [1601], xiii. 281, 281 (w. 4). 

■ complaint against law professors at 



[1587]. xiii. 401, 401 (n. 3). 

— library at, neglect of, xiii. 275 (n. 2). 
• complaint in, of ignorance of Latin 



among students attending [1597], xiii. 340, 
340 (ft. 2). 

■ Canon law still undisputed at, xiii. 



417,417 (n. 1). 

— attended by Conrad Gesner, xiii. 521. 
•botanical gardens and their claims 



to seniority [1588], xiii. 533. 

its warm appreciation of Andrew 



Vesalius, xiv. 36. 
smaltness of medical school at, in 



1556, xiv. 45. 

importance of Faculty of Medicine 



at, xiv. 36-41. 

taken from Catholics by force, xiv. 273. 

' Basler Chroniken,' xi. 43 (ft. 3). 

' Basler Hexenprozesse in d. 16 u. 17 Jahrh.,' 

Fr. Fischer, xvi. 264 (n. 2), 305 (n. 3), 408 

(«. 2). 
Basse, Nicholas, printer of Frankfort-on-the- 

Main, xvi. 386. 
arrested for preaching Andreas Lang's 

Manual of Salvation [15771, x. 168. 

Landgrave William of Hesse inter- 



cedes for, to Council, x. 168-9. 

addresses himself to Council, x. 169-70. 

the Emperor Rudolf II. appealed to on 

his behalf by the Council of Frankfort, 

x. 170, 170 (n. 1). 
his poem, An dun christlichen Leser 

[1586], xvi. 387, 387 (ft. 1). 
Basse-Fontaine, Abbot of. vi. 357. 
instructed by Henry II. of France 

to treat regarding construction of League 

against Charles V., vi. 422. 
Basse-Fontaine, the Lord of. French am- 
bassador at Imperial Court at Katisbon 

[1546], reports Francis I. to be ' on side of 

Protestants.' vi. 323-4. 
Bassenheim, Veit von, drinking feats of, xv. 

234, 234 («. 4). 
' Bastart and Romanov,' x. 41. 
Batalha, church at, i. 168. 
Bath-house, a necessity of life in 15th cent., 

i. 333. 
public, in Middle Ares, ii. 34-0, 



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INDEX 



Bath-house, public, at Ratisbon, ii. 34. 

■ — Ulm, ii. 34. 

Nuremberg, ii. 34. 

Frankfort, ii. 34. 

Vienna, ii. 34. 

Bath-rooms, private, in Middle Ages, ii. 36. 
public, in Germany in 15th cent., evil 

customs connected with, ii. 71. 
' Bath-walk ' of Nuremberg shoemakers, ii. 

26-7. 
Bathing-places in the Tyrol, as haunts of 

vice, xvi. 85, 85 (n. 2). 
Battenberg, hunting fines in [1593], xv. 212. 
' Battle of the Giant with the Dwarf,' by 

Balde, xii. 14 (». 1). 
' Batz,' iv. 220, 220 (». 2). 
' Bau d. Augsburger Rathhauses,' A. Buff, xi. 

126 (». 2). 
Bauch, A., xi. 239 (n. 1). 

his Barbara Harscherin, xi. 317 (n. 1). 

Bauch, G., xiii. 6 (n. 1), 8 (». 2). 

Anfange d. Universitdt Frankfurt [1506- 

10], xiii. 297 (n. 2). 
Andreas Karlstadt als ' Scholastiker,' xiv. 

142 (n. 4). 
Baudius, Dominicus, on sale of law degrees 

at German universities, xiii. 402. 
Baudrillart, H., ix. 446 {n. 1). 

J. Bodin et son temps, x. 371 (j». 1). 

Bauer, ix. 314 (». 5) ; xii. 360 (n. 1). 

Bauer, Aus dem ' Diarium gymnasii S.J . 

Monacenes,' xiii. 156 (n. 3). 
Deutschland in d. Jahren 1317-25, iii. 

214 (».). 
' Bauer mit dem Saumagen,' picture by Hans 

Sachs, xiv. 54, 54 («. 1). 
Bauer: see also Agricola, George. 
• Bauernbefreiung u. d. Ursprung der Land- 

arbeiter,' G. F. Knapp, xv. 157 (n. 1). 
' Bauernklage ob der arm Mann nicht auch 

zum Recht kommen soil ' [1598], xv. 140, 

140 (n. 3), 141, 169-70, 171 (n. 1), 172, 

172 {n. 2), 185, 194 (n. 1). 
' Bauernknecht mit d. zersehnittenen Kittel ' 

[1557], Hans Sachs, xii. 20. 
' Bauernkrieg,' Hartfelder, iv. 317 {n. 1), 

351 («. 1), 352 {n. 1), 367 (n. 1). 

Lorenz Fries, iv. 178 (n. 1). 

Schreiber, iv. 117 (n.), 168 (n. 1), 174 

(n. 4), 175 («. 1), 217 (n. 1). 
Bauhin, Caspar [b. 1560], xiii. 541-4. 

his education, xiii. 541. 

goes to Tiibingen [1580], xiii. 541. 

receives doctor's degree at Basle [1581], 

xiii. 541. 
gives lessons in anatomy and botany, 

xiii. 541. 
appointed Greek professor in succession 

to Matthew Mayer [1582], xiii. 541. 
appointed professor of anatomy and 

botany at Basle [1589], xiii. 541-2. 
• chosen rector of University five times, 



and nine times dean of medical faculty in 

thirty-five years, xiii. 542. 
practises as physician and publishes 

anatomical, medical, and botanical works, 

xiii. 542; xiv. 

his Pflanzentafel [1596], xiii. 542. 

his Botanisches Theater [1623], xiii. 542, 



542 (n. 2). 

— his death [1624], xiii. 542, 542 (n. 2). 

— his position among botanists, xiii. 
542-3, 543 («. 1). 

— his services to botany, xiii. 543-4. 

— his Prodomus Theatri Botanici [1620], 
xiii. 543 («. 1). 

— his Pinax, xiii. 543 (n. 1). 

— his large collection of plants, xiii. 543-4, 
544 (n. 1). 



Bauhin, Caspar, collection of plant', present 

place of keeping, xiii. 544. 
appointed as third professor in faculty 

of medicine at Basle [1589], xiii. 541 ; 

xiv. 39. 
succeeds Platter in chair of practical 

medicine at Basle [1614], xiv. 40. 
' Bauhin,' Hess, xiv. 75 (n. 4). 
Bauhin, Jean, doctor and botanist,Protestant 

emigrant to Basle from France, xiii. 540, 

540 (n. 2). 

origin of his family, xiii. 540. 

his birth [1541] and education, xiii. 

540. 



— adopts medicine as his profession, xiii. 
540. 

— elected professor of rhetoric at Basle 
[1566], xiii. 540. 

• appointed by Duke of Wiirtemberg his 



house-physician, anatomist, and botanist 
at Mompelgard [1570], xiii. 540-1. 
his death [1613], xiii. 541, 541 (n. 1). 



' Bauhiitten,' by Janner, ii. 33. 

' Baukunst d. Renaissance in Deutschland,' 

Bezold, xi. 22 (n. 1), 45 (n. 2), 108 (n. 3), 

122 (n. 1), 125 («. 1). 
Baum, A., iv. 242 (n. 1), 354 (n. 1) ; v. 230 

(n. 1). 
his Capita and Butzer, iv. 75 (n. 1) ; v. 

231 (n. 3). 

Lambert von Avignon, v. 80 (n. 1). 

Magistrat und Reformation in Strass- 

burg bis 1529, xv. 453 (n. 1) ; xvi. 45 (n. 2). 
Ban man n, Conrad, blind organist of Nurem- 
berg, i. 249. 

inventor of lute notation, i. 250. 

eulogy of, by Hans Kosenpliit, i. 249. 

honours conferred upon, i. 249. 

Baumann, Aden, iv. 234 (n. 1), 273 (w. 1). 
Quellen z. Geschichte d. Bauernkriegs, 

iv. 209 (n. 2), 227 (n. 2), 236 (n. 3), 256, 267 

(n. 1), 349 («. 1), 352 (n. 3), 374 (n. 3). 
Oberschwdbische Bauern, iv. 228 (n. 1), 

229 (n. 1). 
' Baumann,' Coscan, xiv. 375 (n. 1). 
Baumgart, John, preacher in Church of 

Holy Ghost, Magdeburg. 
his tale Wunderliche und uberaus ganz 

lustige Figur, xii. 30-1, 31 (n. 1). 
his play Das Gericht Salomonis, xii. 

29-30, 30 («. 1), 99-100, 100 («. 1), 203 

(n. 2) ; xiii. 181. 
• his Biblical plays the vehicles for 



attacks on Catholics, xiii. 182. 
Baumgarten, iv. 231 (n. 1). 
Aus Sleidans Leben, vi. 137 (n. 2), 270 

(n. 1) ; xiii. 442 (n. 4, 5), 444 (n. 4). 
Briefwechsel, viii. 108 (n. 2, 3), 111 

(n. 1, 2), 114 (n. 1), 115 (n. 3), 116 (n. 1), 

128 (n. 1), 129 (n. 4), 131 («. 1) ; xiii. 

452 (ra. 3). 
Geschichte Earls V '., v. 2 (w. 3), 3 («. 1), 

12 (n. 1), 191 (n. 2), 291 (n. 1), 325 (w. 1), 

415 (n. 1) ; vi. 137 (w. 2) ; xvi. 65 («. 1). 
Schmalkaldischer Krieg, vi. 300 (n. 1, 2), 

318 (n. 2), 319 (n. 1), 341 (n. 1, 2). 
Baumgartner, Anthony, xii. 191. 

Joost van den Vondel, xiii. 189 (n. 2). 

Lessings Religioser Entunckelungsgang , 

xiii. 78 (n. 1). 

Slimmen aus Maria-Laach, iv. 279 («. 1) 



viii. 15 (n. 1), 278 (n. 3) ; ix. 321 («. 1) ; 
xiii. 388 (n. 1), 538 (n. 3) ; xiv. 339 (n. 2), 
405 (». 2), 445 (n. 1); xvi. 227 (n. 1), 271 
(».2). 

Baumgartner, David, of Augsburg, sent by 
Grumbach on mission to Emperor Maxi- 
milian II., vii. 389-90. 

Baumgartner, Franz, extravagance of, ii. 89. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Baumgartner, George, brother of Vornbach, 

i. 214. 
Baumgartner, Bieronymus, councillor of 

Nuremberg, on increase of suicide [1554], 

vii. 71 In. 3) ; xvi. 172, 172 (». 2). 
Baumgartner, Jerome, strictures by, on 

Protestants at Diet of Augsburg, v. 269-70. 
letter to, from Melanchthon, v. 346 

(it. 2). 
Baumgartners, the firm of, in Venice, ii. 55. 
Baumhauer, Sebald, sacristan at St. Sebald's, 

Nuremberg, i. 215. 
Baumker, W., Kirchenlied, xi. 246 (n. 1), 

255 (n. 1), 257 (n. 1, 3), 262 (». 1), 276 (it. 3), 
277 (n. 1, 2, 3), 279 (it. 1, 2), 286 (w. 2), 
329 (n. 4). 

Niederlandische geistliche Lieder, xi. 

256 (n. 1). 

Baumker, Orqel, xi. 249 (n. 1). 

Baumker, W., Orlundus de Lassus, xi. 245 

(». 1) ; xii. 9 (n. 2). 
Baumker, Tonkunst, xi. 243 («. 1), 246 (w. 2), 

253 (m. 1), 254 (n. 1), 257 (to. 1). 
Baumstark, on ' Hecate,' xvi. 220 (n. 1). 
Baur, iv. 161 (n. 1). 
' Bauren Aderlass,' farce by Hans Sachs 

[1557], xii. 20. 
Baus, on Vesalius, xiv. 33 (it. 2). 
Bautzen, portents [1553], x. 77. 
Bavaria, iv. 239 ; vi. 454 ; viii. 305 ; ix. 

201 ; x. 407, 407 (n. 3), 417. 

trade of, with Italy, ii. 56. 

expulsion of Jews from, ii. 78. 

suppression of Duchy of, ii. 118. 

opposition to Roman Code in, ii. 178. 

district represented at Diet, ii. 251. 

estimated income of, in 1512, ii. 253. 

— formation of kingdom in, ii. 159. 

■ growth of power of Wittelsbachers in, 



edict against Luther's 
Testament issued in, iii. 



ii. 159 

— prohibitive 
transl. of New 
240 («.). 

— troops levied in, for Sickingen, iii. 292. 

— threatened by Turks [1521], iii. 307. 

— Hussite following in, iv. 128. 

— influence of Hans Bohm in, iv. 131. 

— reason whv exempt from peasant war, 
iv. 143-4 (n. 2). 

— free from rising of peasantry, iv. 171-2. 

— leader of insurgents in, iv. 178. 

— peasants' rising spreads to, iv. 225. 

— looks to Turks for aid against House of 
Austria, v. 365, 367. 

— proposed contingent of troops to be 
sent by, to Imperial Diet at liatisbon 
[15311, v. 373. 

and allies, plan of, for expulsion of 

Ferdinand, v. 396-403. 
Treaty of Linz, between Austria and, 

v. 432. 

dreaded by Augsburg, vi. 30. 

continues to prepare for war, vi. 36. 

Smalcaldic War transferred from, to 

Suabia, vi. 340. 

— Schartlin's plan to devastate, during 
Smalcaldic War, vi. 336. 

uncertainty among Smalcald con- 

federatea as to attitude of. vi. 336. 

ere! alliance of, with Emperor 
Charles V., vi. 336-7. 

anarchy in, vii. 168-80. 

— ma idati forbidding religious innova- 
tions issued by Dukea William IV. and 
Louis [1522], vii. 168-9. 

Bufferings of Anabaptists In, vii. 169. 

— wreck of Church discipline in, vii. 169. 
profligaev oi Church dignitaries, vii. 

170-2, 170 in. 3). 



Bavaria, increase of Protestantism in, under 
rule of Duke Albert V. [1550], vii. 173-7. 

temporal ' Estates ' petition Duke 

for administration of Sacraments in both 
kinds, vii. 176-7. 

petition rejected, vii. 176. 

mishandling of priests during per- 
formance of duties, vii. 179-80. 

Church property declared to be Crown 

property in, vii. 258. 

effect in, of Pius IV. 's brief authorising 

administration of Eucharist in both 
kinds, vii. 245. 

■ vagabondage in [1568], viii. 56. 

in favour of prohibition of foreign 

recruiting in Germany, at Diet of Spires 
[1570], viii. 79. 

Canisius devotes special attention to, 

viii. 245. 

influence of Canisius in, viii. 291. 

efforts to introduce Augsburg Con- 
fession into [1563], viii. 307-9. 

Catholic reaction in, viii. 307-26. 

growing importance of, in Europe, 

viii. 312. 

the Jesuits the chief power in Catholic 

revival in, viii. 313. 
■ exodus from, of Protestants [1583], 



viii. 325-6. 

— restoration of Catholicism in, accom- 
plished [1573]. viii. 326. 

— religious grievances of Protestants in, 
viii. 352. 

not considered dangerous by leaders 

of Protestant League [1610], x. 449. 

and ill-feeling of House of Austria 



towards, x. 473. 

activity in church-building in, xi. 118. 

employment of Italian architects in, 

xi. 119. 

glass-painting in, xi. 154 (it. 1). 

religious comedies for schools in, xii 

9-10. 

— natural disturbances in, xii. 247. 
rain of corn in, xii. 248. 

decline of education in [1553], xiii. 27, 

27 (w. 4). 

— national education in, xiii. 44-6. 
■ reports on education of church visita- 



tion in 1558-60, xiii. 44, 44 in. 4). 
— abolition of Latin and German schools 
decreed [1578, 1614], xiii. 45-6. 
• reduction in number of schoolmasters 



enjoined [1582], xiii. 45, 45 (n. 2). 

— decree of the Landesordnunij [1616] 
for maintenance of existing schools, xiii. 
46. 

— school ordinance issued in, by Duke 
William IV., for German and Latin 
schools [1648], xiii. 151-2. 

books required to be read bv, xiii. 

152, 152 (M. 1). 

— decay ol Latin schools in [1553], xiii. 

153, 153 (». 1). 

— school ordinance of [1569], xiii. 154, 
154 (». 2). 

— and German literature, xiii. 390 (n. 2). 

— book on national law of, by John 
Sichardt, xiii. 421. 

— history of, xiii. 424, 437 (». 2). 
■Franciscans as champions of Catholic 



Church in, xiv. 251. 

— its contribution to Franciscan writers 
in defence of Catholic Church, xiv. 259. 

— efforts of theologians of, on behalf of 
Catholic Church, xiv. 812, 814 (n. 1). 

— services rendered to Catholic church 
by, xiv. 333-43, 343 («. 2). 

— book censorship In, xiv. 499-500. 



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INDEX 



Bavaria, taxation in, xv. 21 (n. 1). 

outcry against hawkers in [1605], xv. 

23 (ft. 2). 
report on, by overseer of mines at 

Jagerndorf [1599], xv. 93, 93 (11. 6). 
• mines in, day's work in, xv. 100-1, 

101 (». 1). 
ordinance in, relating to ' Guilds and 

Masterpieces ' [1553], xv. 109-10, 110 

(n. 1). 
• attempt in, to abolish * Good Mondays.' 



xv. 127-8, 127 (n. 3), 128 (n. 1) 
conditions of peasantry in, i. 231 ; 

xv. 178-80, 178 (ft. 2). 
very few peasants left in, with property 

of their own, xv. 179, 179 (». 2). 

peasant proprietors in Old, i. 309. 

hunting in, xv. 207, 207 (n. 2, 3, 4). 

disorderly wedding revelries in, xv. 

404-5. 
ordinance against Jews [1553], xv. 

46, 46 (». 2). 
ordinance concerning brandy-drinking 

in [1553], xv. 418, 418 (n. 2). 
plague in, due to bad harvests [1570- 

72], xv. 497. 
raids and outrages in, by disbanded 

' Lands Knechts,' xv. 516, 516 (n. 1). 

religious disorder in, xvi. 62. 

its aloofness from new doctrines, xvi. 75. 

its endeavours to remove abuses, xvi. 75. 

general religious and moral conditions 

in, xvi. 75. 
church inspections in, condition revealed 

by [1558, 1559], xvi. 75, 75 (ft. 3). 

— inversion of Protestant influences in, 
xvi. 75-6. 

consequent demoralisation of people, 

xvi. 76. 

deeply rooted immorality in all classes 

in, xvi. 85. 

crime in, xvi. 161. 

witch-trials in, xvi. 412-21. 

Government mandate to theological 

faculty of Ingolstadt to draw up instruc- 
tions for treatment of sorcery, etc. [1590], 
xvi. 412-3, 413 (n. 1). 

memorandum issued by, xvi. 413 

(». 1). 

— Academy of Sciences, transactions of, 
vii. 16 (n. 1). 

— base coinage circulating in [1605], 
xv. 74-5, 75 (n. 1). 

memorandum of Bavarian Circle 



on evil effects of base coinage [1585], xv. 
75-6. 

Dukes of : see several names. 

House of, and imperial throne [1602], 

ix. 280. 

Provincial Diet in [1608], defects and 

abuses of industrial trades discussed at, 
xv. 116-8, 118 (». 1). 

Provincial Estates of, their complaints of 

Duke Albert V.'s lavish expenditure on 
objects of Art to Duke William V., xi. 
201-2, 201 (n. 5). 

Provincial Estates of [1593], their repre- 
sentations to ducal government on dis- 
tressing condition of peasantry, xv. 180, 
180 (n. 1). 

— insurrections among peasants in [1596], 
xv. 180, 180 (n. 2). 

— Louis of : see Louis of Bavaria. 
— ■ Lower, viii. 310. 

— ■ — dwellings of peasantry in, i. 320, 321. 

— Upper, viii. 310. 

— Princes of, religious rights of, ix. 405. 

— Prince Albert of, to marry daughter of 
Ferdinand, King of the Romans, v. 432. 

D 



Bavaria-Landshut, Duke George of, estates 

of, ii. 229. 
' Bavarian, Upper, Archives,' xiii. 51 (». 2). 
■ Bavarian Chronicle,' by Veit Arnpeck, xiii. 

424, 424 (n. 3). 
Bavarian Circle, efforts to win over, to 

' League of Defence,' ix. 519. 
Bavarian Highlands, character of villages in, 

i. 320. 
Bavarian Palatine War, ii. 229. 
' Bavarian sedition,' iv. 136. 
Bavarians, ii. 108. 
' Bayrische Bibliothek,' by Reinhardstottner 

and Trautmann, xi. 136 (n. 1), 197 (n. 1). 

• Bayerische Blatter f. Geschichte, Statistik 

u. Kunst, 1832,' xi. 197 (». 1). 
' Bayrische Chronika,' by Aventin [1533], 

xiii. 429-30, 430 (ft. 1). 
' Bayerische Denkschrift,' Sugenheim, v. 

24 (». 4). 
' Bayerische Landesordnung,' xiii. 27 (n. 4), 

152 (ft. 1) ; xv. 46 (n. 2), 110 (n. 1), 127 

(n. 3), 418 (re. 2). 
' Bayerische Politik im ersten Jahrzehnt d. 

Regierung Herzog Albrechts V.,' W. Gotz, 

vii. 173 (n. 5), 176 (n. 2). 
' Bayerische Politik,' Riezler, v. 520 (n. 1); 

vi. 338 (». 1). 

• Bayerische Politik,' Vogt, iv. 167 (w. 1), 

267 (n. 2), 339 («. 2), 341 (n. 1), 343 (n. 2). 
' Bayerns auswartige Verhaltnisse,' V. 

Aventin, v. 376 (ft. 2) ; viii. 46 (ft. 2). 
' Bayerns Kirchen- und Volkszustande,' 

Sugenheim, v. 24 (n. 3) ; viii. 63 (ft. 1), 

64 (n. i) ; xv. 179 (n. 1), 207 (n. 3), 328 

(m. 1); xvi. 75 (n. 3), 77 (». 1). 

See also Baiern. 
Bayle, P., Diet. hist, et crit., x. 385 (ft. 1) ; 

xvi. 245 (n. 1). 
Bayonne, Jean de Fresse, Bp. of, vi. 442. 
Bayreuth, salary of teacher at, i. 29. 

wages in, i. 350. 

virulence of plague at, xiv. 66. 

demoralisation in [1564], xvi. 124-5. 

Consistory, its belief in approaching 

end of the world [1594], xvi. 125, 125 (n. 2). 
• witch-hunt in, xvi. 485. 



See also Baireuth. 
' Beanus ' or ' Bejanus,' a, xiii. 317, 317 

(n. 3), 318. 
Beard, Dr. Charles, Life of Martin Luther, 

iii. 104 («. 1), 157 (». 2). 
Beam invaded by Spanish army [1523], 

iv. 11. 
' Beati Petri Canisii Exhortationes,' by G. 

Schlosser, viii. 233 (n. 1). 
Beatus, St., xiv. 368. 

' Beatus Rhenanus,' A. Horawitz, iv. 180 
(ft. 1). 

See also Rhenanus, Beatus. 

" Beautiful Marina,' Hans Sachs, xii. 143. 
' Beautiful Wreath of Nettles, from the 
exquisite Works and Books of the unfrocked 
monk, Martin Luther,' G. Ecker, x. 136. 
Beauvais, Vincent von, author of the 

Naturspiegel, i. 21. 
Bebel, Henry, of Tubingen, i. 107. 

■ speech of, ii. 225-6. 

his condemnation of merchants, ii. 99. 

his Facetiae, iii. 36 ; xiii. 383 (n. 1). 

his disbelief in church ordinances, 

etc., iii. 36. 
Becanus [ = Becan], Martin, professor of 
theology and philosophy at Wiirzburg, 
Mayence, and Vienna, x. 213 ; xiv. 355, 
358. 

follows Nicholas Serarius at Wiirzburg 

as theological lecturer, xiv. 344. 
goes to Mayence [1601], xiv. 344. 



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Becanus goes t.> \ lenna as Father • 
to Emperor Ferdinand ii., xiv. 344. 

his death [10241, xiv. S44. 

his Sandhueh der Kontroverten, xiv. 

344 (n. 1). 

on dutv of keeping faith with here 

in Opuscula Theologica aud Ueber die 
Treue uh schuldet, 

x. 205 - 3),206(n. 1). 

Iiis Scholastic Theology, xiv. 361-2. 

Bech, vii. :S7s (». 1, 3, 5), 379 (n 2), 384 
in. 3), 388 (n. 1), 390 (n. 1,2), 38 
393 in. 1), 395 (n. 1), 397 (n. 1 , 399 
(n. 1) ; xv. 216 (n. 2), 218 (n. 1), 411 (». 4), 
424 (;i. 4). 
Becher, professor of anatomy at vs iirzburg, 

expulsion of, xiv. 41, 41 (n. 2). 
Becher, Friedrich Liebegoth, xiii. 499 
(,i.2, 3), 501 in. I), 502 (». 2), 503 (n. 2, 3). 
Becher, Lorenz [a Flacian], viii. 379. 

his address from pulpit of House of 

the Estates, viii. 377-8. 
Bechstein, Kalendertagebuch, xii. 18 (n. 2) ; 

xiii. 291 (n. 1). 
Bechtold, Winand, ix. 3 (n. 1). 

his report of action of Protestant 

ites at Diel of Augsburg [1582] con- 
cerning Aix-la-Chapelle, ix. 29-30, 30 
(/». 1), 33. 

his dread of predominance of Calvinism 

in Empire i\. 33. 
Beck, Georg, tutor to Margrave Albert of 
Brandenburg-Culmbach, drinks himself to 
death, vi. 453. 
Beck, J. von, Die Geschichtsbiicher d. 

Wledert&ufer, v. 150 («. 1). 
Beck, Paul, Beilage z. Didzesanarchiv f. 

Schicaben, xvi. 490 (n. 1). 
Beck, U , Inhrbuch d. Gesellschaft f. d. 

Oeseh. d. Protestantismus, ix. 409 (n. 2). 
Becker, xi. 1*:; (n. 3). 

Gesch. d. Medizinischen FacultiU, xiii. 

534 (n. 1). 

Die letzten Tuge Maximilians II., viii. 

372 (n. 1). 

Kunsl, xi. 217 (n. 2). 

Becker, A. W., on Cranach, xi. 57 (». 2). 
Becker, Conrad, of Brunswick, appointed 
• superint endeni ' of churches, viii. 386. 

bis petition to princes, against taxation 

of pri i 572], xv. 312, 312 (n. 2). 

Becker, Cornelius, psalter by [1602], xi. 
259 (n. 3). 

Vorrede, xi. 259 (n. 3). 

Becker, ('., Jott Amman, xi. 174 (». 2); 

xv. 261 (n. 1). 
Becker, William, of Mayeuce, on necessity 
ior pim rce Laws, ii. 156-7. 

on Albert ol Eapsburg, ii. 125. 

Becker, W. A., on Hois Holbein the 
s neglect of wife and eiiiidren, 
xi. (9 (n. 2). 
Beckmann, viii. 418 (n. 5); x. 2s2 (». 1), 
424 (n. 1). 

Beitrige ztir Gesch. d. Erfinda 

Kill. 5(17 (n. 2). 
— ' zur Gesch. d. Kopernik- 

nnitchen .Si/stems, xiii. 482 (n. 3). 

// tori d. FUrstentums Anhalt, xi. 

36 (n. 1). 
Beckmann, A., Thorocyclut ubiittel 

11563-7. 1). 

Beckmann, Otto, ol Warburg and Miinster, 

defendi i athollo Church, \iv. 296. 
Beckum, religious disturbances In [1533], 

\ . 157. 
Becmann, Christopher, professor .it l-'r.mk- 
fort-on-the Odi i ; 1676 1717J, Btrict Oal- 
xiv. 1N0. 



Bedburg, sjug on peasant executed at 

[1589], xii. 273, 273 (n. 1). 
' Bedencken und Vermahnungen,' Luther, 

XV. 49 (». 1). 

Bee-culture, i. 342, 342 (».), 344. 

Beeck, xv. 162 (n. 4). 

Beer, Liibeck, ii. 52. 

manufacture of new kinds of, xv. 

416-7, 417 (n. 1). 
Beer : see Ursinus, Zacharias. 
Beer, George, builder of Duke Louis of 

Wiirtemberg's new pleasure-house [1593], 

xi. 133. 
Beer, H. H., viii. 372 (n. 1) ; xii. 161 (n. 1) ; 

xiv. 102 (n. 2) ; xv. 11. 
Rrato von Krafftheim, xiv. 12 (n. 2), 

64 (n. 1). 
Beermann, C, Ein nntzlich Osterpredig iiber 

d. frommen Wether [1593], xii. 203 (n. 1). 
Beers : see Wines and Beers. 
' Befreiung d. Altvater a. d. Vorhblle durch 

Christus,' by Melchior Bocksberger, xi. 

219. 
Begardi, Philip, physician of Worms, on 

Dr. Faust [1539], xii. 357. 
' Begebenheiten,' Schweinichen, ix. 214 

[n. 3). 
' Begebenheiten d. sohlesischen Ritters Hans 

von Schweinichen,' Sastrow, vi. 392 (n. 1). 
Beggar-Master, appointment of [1442], xv. 

431-2, 432 («. 1). 
Beggars, xv. 425. 
frauds practised by, xv. 425-9, 425 

(«. 1), 513. 
relic-bearers and ' pardoners,' xv. 

426, 426 (». 2). 
issue of beggar ordinances, xv. 429, 

503. 
appointment of ' Beggar-Master ' in 

Vienna [1442], xv. 431-2, 432 (n. 1). 

causes of increase in, xv. 432 (n. 2), 503. 

ordinances against, in Bamberg [1546, 

1569], xv. 488 (w. 1). 
• electoral decree against [1588], xv. 



503, 504, 504 (n. 1). 
■ prohibition of, in Liibeck [1531], xv. 



509. 

edict against [1553], xv. 509, 509 

(n. 2). 

— Hamburg, their persistency [1604], xv. 
509, 509 (n. 3). 

poems dealing with beggars and 

gipsies, xii. 159 ; xv. 510, 510 (n. 2). 
- in Bern, xv. 510 (n. 2). 

their lying, cheating, robberies, and 



murders, xv. 513-5. 

— battles between, near Leipzig, xv. 520. 

— futility of all decrees, etc., for their 
extirpation, xv. 521. 

■ signs by which they might be recog- 



nized, xv. 522, 522 (n. 2). 
Begging becomes a regular profession, xv. 

512-3, 513 in. 1). 
Beghardi, the, xiv. 398. 
' Begrandung d. neueren deutschen Ge- 

schichtschreibung durch Gatterer und 

Schlbzer,' by Wesendonck, xiii. 426 (n. 3). 
' Beguinen d. Mittelalters im sjdwestlichen 

Deutschland,' Kittel, xv. 438 (». 3). 
Beguines, Convent of, at Aschaffenburg, 

plundered by Saxon army on homeward 

march, vi. 347. 
tluir self-devotion during time of 

plague 1 1553], xiv. in (n. l). 
Behaim : tee Bohemia. 
Behaim, Barthel, of N u re inberg, confesses to 

delstlcal views, lv. 108, 109. 
banished from Nuremberg [1525], iv. 

110. 



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INDEX 



Behaim, Barthel, real merit of his engravings 

and his method, xi. 172-3. 
and his treatment of religious subjects, 

xi. 214. 
declares his disbelief in the Scriptures, 

xi. 238-9. 
Behaim, Hans Sebald, of Nuremberg, i. 225 ; 

xi. 56 (». 3), 173. 

confesses to deistical views, iv. 108-9. 

banished from Nuremberg [1525], iv. 

110. 



— his treatment of religious subjects, xi. 
214. 

— his indecency, xi. 217. 
■ vulgarity, engravings by, xi. 224, 224 



(». 3). 

— his treatment of the nude, xi. 234 (re. 3) 
■ Count von Liitzow on, xi. 234 in. 3) 



Behaim, Martin [1507], cosmographer and 

traveller and pupil of Regiomontanus, i. 

144; xiii. 474. 
' Behaimlant* [= Bohemian land],bySiegmund 

Meisterlin, iv. 124. 
Beham [miniature painter], patronised by 

Albert, Archbishop of Mayence, iii. 72. 
Beham, Albert, his Konzeptbuch, xiii. 431 

(re. 1). 
Beham, Barthel : see Behaim, Barthel. 
Beham, Franz, Catholic publisher and printer 

of Mayence, xiv. 285, 516, 516 (re. 3). 
places his printing press at service of 

Catholic cause, xiv. 297. 
his list of authors, xiv. 297-8, 298 

(». 1). 
Beham, Hans Sebald : see Behaim, Hans 

Sebald. 
Behams, the plates by the, xi. 234 (n. 3). 
— — influenced for ill, by James Barbari, xi. 

238. 
banished from Nuremberg [1525] be- 
cause of their evil lives, xi. 238-9. 
' Beheading of John the Baptist,' religious 

play, xii. 98. 
Behm, John, sermon of, at Castle of Konigs- 

berg, attacking John Sigismund, Elector of 

Brandenburg [1617], x. 321-2. 
Behn, Dr., on frequency of crime of murder, 

in Mecklenburg [1568], xvi. 155. 
' BeichtbQchlein ' [1478], xv. 442 (». 1). 
' Beichtspiegel,' by Bp. Burchard of Worms, 

xvi. 225-6. 
Beidenken, Brenzen, vii. 137 (re. 2). 
Beil, vii. 41 (re. 2). 
Beilage, x. 424 (re. 1). 
' Beilage,' v. Freyberg, xv. 23 (re. 2), 207 

(re. 4). 
' Beilage des Grazer Volksblattes,' xiii. 485 

(re. 3). 
' Beilage zu Jahrg. 8 d. Osteneich. Zeitschr. 

fur praktische Heilkunde,' xiv. 12 (re. 2). 
' Beilage zum Diozesanarchiv f. Schwaben,' 

Beck, xvi. 490 («. 1). 
' Beilage zur Allgem. Zeitung 1895,' xi. 

70 (». 2), 130 («. 1), 155 (». 1), 167 (re. 1), 

177 (». 1, 2), 182 (re. 2), 185 (». 3), 186 

(re. 2), 319 (re. 1), 234 (re. 3), 255 (re. 1) ; 

xii. 55 (». 1), 198 (re. 2), 358 (re. 1) ; xiii. 

468 (re. 2) ; xiv. 530 («. 3) ; xvi. 205 

(re. 1), 441 (». 1). 
' Beilage zur Augsburger Postzeitung,' xi. 50 

(re. 1). 
' Beilage zur Miinehener Allg. Zeitung,' 

xiii. 388 (re. 1), 478 (re. 1) ; xv. 95 (n. 3). 
' Beilage zur Zeitschrift f. prakt. Heilkunde,' 

viii. 372 (re. 1). 
' Beilagen,' Gebhard, Archbp., ix. 45 (re. 2), 

51 (n. 1),52 (re. 1). 
' Beilagen,' Geffcken, xvi. 230 (». 1), 231 

(rt. 1, 2, 3), 232 (re. 1), 234 (re. 1). 



' Beilagen,' fiothenhausler, vii. 81 (re. 1, 2), 

84 (re. 1, 3), 88 (re. 1). 
' Beilagen,' v. Sattler, vii. 5 (re. 2) ; xiii. 311 

(re. 1) ; xv. 91 (re. 1). 
Beinhaus, xii. 223 (re. 3). 
his strictures on the literature of the 

age [1617], xii. 193, 193 (w. 2), 195-6, 195 

(«. 2). 
on hatred of women, xii. 201-2, 202 

(re. 1). 

on question as to whether women were 



human beings, xii. 208. 
- on popularity of books on drinking, etc., 



xii. 211, 211 (re. 1), 213, 213 (re. 1), 217 

(re. 3). 
' Beispiel, wie aus sonst damals der Tabak als 

das grbsste Heilmittel gepriesen wurde,' 

Schwertschlager, xiii. 532 (re. 2). 
Beissel, xi. 137 (re. 1), 151 (re. 3). 
Die Verehrung d. Heiligen in Deutsehl., 

xi. 137 (re. 3). 
' Beitrag zur Entstehungsgesch. d. Magdeb. 

Centurien,' B. Bibl, Nidbruck, and Tanner. 

x. 7 (re. 1). 

Schaumkell, x. 7 (m. 1). 

' Beitrag zur Gesch. d. Armenwesen,' Th. 

Volbehr, xv. 433 (n. 2). 
' Beitrag zur Gesch. d. frank. Kartographie,' 

Ehrenburg, xiii. 468 (re. 2). 
' Beitrag zur Gesch. d. Wiedertaufer in Tyrol,' 

J. v. Kripp, v. 161 (re. 1). 
' Beitrag zu; Gesch. d. Zolibats,' xvi. 81 

in. 1). 

• Beitrage,' von Billow, xiii. 36 (re. 2), 52 

(«. 2), 85 (re. 2), 121 (re. 2), 125 (re. 1). 
1 Beitrage,' Dollinger, iv. 144 («. 1) ; vii. 

197 (». 1) ; xiv. 309 (re. 5). 
' Beitrage,' Heidenheim, vii. 108 (re. 1), 110 

(re. 1), 111 (re. 1). 
' Beitrage,' Hundeshagen, v. 280 (re. 4). 
' Beitrage,' Kirchhoff, xi. 377 (re. 3) ; xii. 

303 (re. 2) ; xiv. 514 (re. 2), 520 (». 4), 523 

(re. 1), 524 (re. 1), 525 (re. 1). 
' Beitrage,' Kluckhohn, xiii. 45 (n. 2), 46 

(re. 3, ) 51 (re. 3), 155 (re. 3). 
' Beitrage,' v. Koch-Sternfeld, xv. 179 (re. 2). 

• Beitrage,' Kraus, iv. 283 (re. 1). 

' Beitrage,' Moehsen, xii. 299 (re. 1), 308 
(re. 1) ; xiii. 511 (re. 1) ; xiv. 64 (n. 4), 
99 (ft. 1) ; xv. 201 (re. 2), 202 (re. 2). 

' Beitrage,' Miiller, xvi. 307 (re. 1), 429 (re. 2). 

' Beitrage,' Neudecker, vii. 144 (re. 3). 

• Beitrage,' Palm, xv. 41 (re. 4). 

' Beitrage,' liiegel, xi. 158 (re. 4), 159 (re. 2). 

' Beitrage,' Schulte, x. 7 (re. 1). 

' Beitrage,' Seidemann, iv. 174 (re. 3), 178 

(re. 2), 293 (re. 1), 300 (re. 1). 
' Beitrage,' Steichele, ix. 373 (re. 1, 5, 7), 374 

(re. 1), 523 (re. 1). 
' Beitrage,' Strobel, vii. 275 (re. 2). 
' Beitrage,' Westenrieder, viii. 56 ; xi. 204 

(re. 4) ; xii. 9 (re. 2) ; xiii. 155 (re. 3) ; xv. 

516 (re. 2, 3) ; xvi. 417 (re. 2). 
' Beitrage aus Erasmus' " Colloquia," ' 

Kneifel, xiii. 72 (re. 1). 
' Beitrage zu Lebensbildern O. Nachtigalls,' 

Dr. A. Schroder, xiii. 383 (re. 1). J 
' Beitrage zum Briefwechsel zwischen Georg 

von Sachsen u. Philipp von Hessen,' 

Fricdensberg, v. 45 (». 1). 
' Beitrage zur alten Gesch. und Geogr.,' 

Kretschmcr, xiii. 475 (ft. 4). 
' Beitrage zur bayr. Kirchengeschichte,' 

Kolbe, ix. 362 (re. 2) ; x. 72 (re. 2) ; xiv. 

314 (re. 1) ; xv. 472 (re. 2). 
' Beitrage zur Biographie d. Dichtors,' xi. 

317 (re. 1). 
' Beitrage zur deutschen Kirchengeschichte,' 

xiv. 250 (re. 2). 



51 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



• Beitrage zur deutsch. Literatur- u. Kultur- 

gesch.,' xiii. 317 ("• - . . 

• Beitrage zur evangelischen Concordie, 

viii. B8 ■ ls8 

in 8): xiv. 160 (n. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Ceschichte d. Aachener 
Patrizierfamilien,' v. Furth, be. 25 »■ 1). 

• Beitrage zur Ceschichte d. Antikensamm- 

lungen Munchens,' Christ, xi. 198 (n. I). 
' Beitrage zur Ceschichte d. bayr. Hof- 

kapelle,' v - indl rger xi 245 (n. 1 1. 
•Beitrage zur Gesch. d. Chirurgie, Albert, 

xiv. 37 »■ 1). 

• Beitrage zur Gesch. d. deutsch. Literatur, 

H. Palm, x\. 384 [n. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Geschichte d. Habsburger, 

Turtia, ix. 274 (n. 2). 
' Beitrage zur Geschichte d. Jagd.,' Landau, 

xv 200 In. 3 . 20] (n. 1. 3), 202 (re. 1, 4), 

203 [n. 1,3), 204 [n. 1,2), - 207 

(n. 3), 208 in. 2), 212 (n. 3), 213 (». 3), 214 
:; . 216 n I 219 (n. 1. 2. 3, 4). 
' Beitrage zur Geschichte d. Kuns.bestre- 

bungen Kaiser Rudolf. II.,' Urlich, xi. 203 
H. 
' Beitrage zur Geschichte d. Reformation 

u. der Sitten seiner Zeit,' i'. v. Soden, vi. 

25 in. 1). t , 

' Beitrag.' zur Gesch. d. Stadt Braunschweig, 

xvi. 500 I 

• Beitr. zur Gesch. d. Stadt R stock,' xm. 424 

(«. 2). 
' Beitrage zur Gesch. d. Vorderstadt G istrow, 

Besser, xv. 238 (n. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Gesch. d. Wissenschaften,' 

Moehaen, sill. 299 (n. 1, 2). 
•Beitiage zur Geschichte des Augsburger 

Schulwesens,' J. Hans. xiii. 8 (n. 1 I. 
' Beitrag-' zur Geschichte d. Bauernkrieges,' L. 

Muller, Iv. 235 in. I). 
'Beitrag; zur Gesch. d. Bistums Augsburg,' 

hele, sill. 280 
'Beitrag' zur Geschichte d. Humanismus,' 

Bipler, xiii. 392 (n. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Gesch. d. Jesuitenordens,' 

i. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Geschichta d. Jesuitenordens,' 

aeuach, x. 374 in. 3). 
' Beitr. zur Gesch. d. Schultheaters,' G. 

Iluller, xiii. 197 in. I). 

• Beitrage zur Geschichte d. Speirer Reichs- 

tages von 1544, A. tie Boor, vi. 253 (n. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Geschichte von Tirol,' xv. 105 

' Beitrage zur Geschichte u. Literatur,' ii. 

- I [!».). 

• Beitrage zur Gesch. u. Reform d. Armen- 

pHege,' Bhrle, x\. 431 in. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Geschichte Kblns u. d. Rhein- 

lande,' viii. 243 (n 
' Beitrage zur gregorianischen Kalender- 

relorm, Caltonbrunner, x. 52 (n. 1). 
' Beitrage zur Kirchengeschichte,' llcfolc, 

liv. 1 52 16' 

' Beitrage zur Kunde Stei rinarkischer Gc- 

schichtsquellen,' \iii. 158 (fl I; xv. 300 

In 
' Beitrage zur Kunstgeschichte,' xi. 146 («. 4). 
' Beitrage zur Landes- u Volkcskunde v. 

Elsass-Lothringen, \i 333 in. 2). 
'Beitrage zur Literatur,' Grasse, xiii. 528 

"Beitrage zur Mecklenburgisch:n Kirchon- 

gesch., I\ rej xtll 302 
' Beitrage zur Nassauischen Reformations- 

geschichte,' \ Hi : ■ 
' Beitrage zur Organisation u. Kompetenz d. 

pipstllchen Ketzcrgerichte, Bermer, ivl. 
n. 1). 



' Beitrage zur Reformationsgeschichte,' Fried- 

lander, viii. 202 (n. 4). 
' Beitrage zur Reichsgeschichte,' von Drutiol 

and Brandi, vi. 540 (n. 2). 
' Beitragen zur Staatsgeschichte v. Europa,' 

Gobcl, iv. 267 in. 1). 
' Bekenntniss d. lbblichen Briiderschaft des 

hochgeehrten Rosenkreuzes,' probable 

author of, xiv. 8-9, 9 (re. 2). 
' Bekenntniss der Prediger in Mansfeld,' viii. 

2::^ ( (.2). 
' Bekenntniss,' Miintzer, iv. 93 (re.). 
' Bekenntniss,' Spangenberg, viii. 180 (n. 2). 
' Bekenntnisse vom Trunk,' Funk, vii. 302 

in. 2). 
Bekke , xvi. 364 (n. 1), 429 (n. 2). 
• Beklagung d. Freistadte deutsch. Nation,' 

iii. 2.S1 ; appeal to cities in, iii. 282. 
' B-lag3rung Leiszigs,' Voigt, vi. 360 in. 1). 
Belargus, Ambrosius [Dominican!, ix. 334 

in. 1). 
Belazioni, Alberi, v. 5 (re. 1). 
Beleni, church at, i. 168. 
Belgioioso, John James, imperial general 

and Governor of Upper Hungary, ix. 424. 
Eelgium, x. 457. 

C'alvini-f in, x. 207. 

Belgrade, vi. 467. 

threatened by Turks, ii. 248. 

falls into hands of Turks, ii. 249 ; 

v. 12. 

subjugated by Turks [1521], iii. 307. 

hordes of Turkish troops reach, v. 381. 

' Belisar,' historical tragedy by James 

Bidermann [1607], xii. 204-5. 

acted at Munich [1607], xiii. 196. 

Bell-founding, art of, perfection attained to, 

in 15th cent., i. 194, 194 (re.). 
Bellarmin, llobert [Jesuit cardinal and 

controversialist], x. 251 ; xiv. 345. 
portrayed in Bobhard's Evangelischer 

Ha/enkas, x. 241. 

libellous stories circulated about, x. 343. 

Protestant of, x. 345. 

abuse of, in Fine wahrhaftige neue 

Zeitiniq [1614], x. 345, 345 (re. 3), 347, 347 

(re. 8). 

his true character and life, x. 346. 

defence of, by Gretser in V mstiirzung 

des ketzerischen Schl ifkiimmerlein, etc., x. 

347 (re. 3). 

his Book of Confessions, x. 346. 

defends right to depose king, x. 384 

(re. 1). 
Concimes hubitae Lovanii [1615J. xii. 

261 in. 1). 
false accusations brought against 

[16141, xii. 274. 

Eontroversen, xiv. 1 44 (n. 2). 

replies to Chemnitz's attack <>n Catholic 

Church in his Disputationes de Contro- 

versiis Christianae, etc. [1581], xiv. 184 

(re. 1), 333. 

his de Verbo Dei, xiv. 396 (n. 2). 

Bellay, Quillaume de, ambassador of Francis 

I., v. 347. 522, 522 in. I), 523, vi. 136. 
presses for abolition of Suabian 

League, v. to:,. 405 in. I). 
presses Melanchthon ti> accept Invita- 
tion of Francis I .. v. 523 (». 3). 
Bellay, .lean du, Cardinal-Abp., xiii. 441, 443. 
Inter lea with Cing Henry II. of 

France tor John Sleidan, xiii. 452. 
Bellesheim, A.. fVUhelm Cardinal Allen, 

viii. 263 in. 2). 

C.csrh. (I. Kathcl. Kirclie in Irland, 

286 (n. I). 
Qtteh. d. Kathot. Kirche in Scholtland, 

ix. 337 in. 2). 



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INDEX 



Bellinckhaus, Rudolf, of Osnabriick, his 
Schone Komiidie, xii. 146 («. 2). 

his Donatus, xii. 140 (re. 2). 

Bells, Church : see Church Bells. 

Bells of Cologne Cathedral, i. 194. 

St. Marv's Church, Dantzic, i. 194. 

Erfurt, i. 194. 

Belo, Joachim, vii. 296. 

Below, von, History of the Origin oj Duelling, 
viii. 257 (re. 1). 

Below, 6. von, Die Schadigung d. Rhein- 
fiseherei, xv. 6 (re. 3). 

Belt, the, trade on, destroyed by Sweden, 
xi. 9. 

Belzius, John, on low type of Protestant 
people, xvi. 95, 95 (re. 2). 

Bemmelberg, Conrad of, Bavarian ambassa- 
dor to Diet of Ratisbon [1603] to Duke 
Maximilian of Bavaria, reports attempt 
on life of Elector Christian II. of Saxony, 
ix. 290. 

privileges conferred upon, by Emperor 

Charles V. [15481, xv. 46 (». 1). 

Bender, on ' convent schools ' in Wiirtem- 
berg, xiii. 107 («. 2). 

Gesch. d. Gelehrtenschulwesens, xiii. 59 

(». 1), 60 (re. 1), 63 (». 1, 2), 64 (re. 1, 2), 66 
(re. 1), 67 (re. 1, 2), 78 (re. 3), 80 (». 1), 
86 (re. 1), 94 (re. 5), 336 (re. 2), 381 (re. 1). 
•on insufficient stipends paid to school- 



masters, xiii. 125 (re. 3). 
- Wicliff als Bibeliibersetzer, 



xiv. 398 



(re. 



Benedicite, travesties of, xi. 357. 

Benedict XIV., Pope, De Syn. Dioec, xiv. 396 

(re. 2). 
Benedictines, love of learning among, ix. 335. 

Bavarian, ix. 335. 

Benediktbeuern, Monastery of, ix. 335. 

documents missing from, xiii. 436, 436 

(re. 3). 

deserted [1541], xvi. 64. 

Bengle ' the bandit,' v. 348. 

Benjamin, Dr., his discourse at Vienna 

University, viii. 296-7. 
Benningen, Count Erasmus von, judge to 

court of the Palatinate, vii. 67. 
letter of, to Marbach on disunion in 

Church, vii. 71. 
Benninger, Dr., Roman jurist, criticises 

action of Council of Regency, iv. 20-1. 
Benno (drama), xiii. 188 (re. 2). 
Bensen, H. M., Geschichts des Btuernkriegs 

in Ostfranken, iv. 175 (re. 3), 183 (re. 2), 

194 (re. 1), 260 (re. 1), 319 (re. 1), 320 (re. 1), 

325 (re. 1), 352 (re. 3). 
' Bent-ornament,' xi. 193 (re. 1). 
Bentheim, Calvinism established in county 

of [1588], ix. 156. 
Bentheim, Count Arnold von, ix. 12. 
and ridicule levied at German Protestant 

Electors of Princes, etc. [1594], ix. 237 

(re. 1). 
Bentheim-Tecklenburg-Steinfurt, Arnold von, 

Count, xvi. 320 (re. 2), 322 (re. 3). 
Benz, Johannes, advocates punishment of 

heretics, x. 225. 
Ber, Ludwig, xiv. 309, 309 (re. 3). 
■ his value to Catholic Church in Switzer- 
land, xiv. 309, 309 (re. 3). 
Berchtold, Winand, his report on tactics of 

Protestants at Diet of Augsburg [1582] to 

obtain religious freedom, ix. 16, 19. 
Berckmann, Chronicles of Stralsund on 

demoralisation in Pomerania following 

reformation [1558], xvi. 107, 107 (re. 1). 
Berendonk, Canon, xi. 137 (re. 1). 
Berenger, x. 265. 
his supposed end, x. 308. 



Berg, ix. 464. 

Duchy of, ix. 353. 

fortress of, still held by Spaniards [1599], 

ix. 247. 
Berg, ii. 159 ; xv. 46 (re. 1). 
merged with four other states into 

principality, ii. 159. 
succession to dukedom of, claimed by 

House of Saxony [1609], x. 426. 
- principality of, aggression of States- 



General in [1616], x. 580. 

Count Frederic of, and Francis of 

Mendoza equip army of Spaniards, Wal- 
loons, and Germans, and retake Rheinberg 
from Dutch, ix. 238. 

Berg, Duke of. ii. 219. 

Berg, Adam, printer of Munich, xiv. 516. 

Berg, John, xiv. 179. 

Bergau, Brandenburger Invent ir, xi. 42 (re. 1), 
51 (re. 1), 156 (re. 1). 

' Bergbiicblein,' the : Ein wolgeordnet u. 
nutzlich Biichlein, xiii. 495-6, 495 (n. 2). 

facsimile of, xiii. 495 (re. 2). 

Bergen, Hansa of, ii. 44-6. 

test of apprentices in, ii. 46. 

— molestation of, by Christian 



IV. of 
Denmark [1614], x. 579. 
Bergen Book (altered version of the ' Torgau 
Book ' or ' Book of Concord ' [1577]), viii. 
412-22 ; x. 308 ; xiv. 145, 159. 

and Ubiquists, ix. 225, 233. 

the signing of, in Duchy and Elector- 



ate of Saxony, viii. 413-4. 

the signing of, in Electorate of 

Brandenburg, viii. 415, 416. 

the signing of, in Oldenburg, viii. 416. 

— rejected at Magdeburg, viii. 417. 
- accepted under pressure from Duke 



Julius of Brunswick, viii. 417. 

first accepted, later repudiated in 

Pfalz-Zweibrucken [1578], viii. 417. 

— rejected by Elector Palatine Louis, viii. 
417-8, 419-21. 

— opposed by Landgrave William of 



Hesse, viii. 417. 
■ attacked by Prince Joachim Ernest of 



Anhalt, viii. 418, 419, 421. 
signed by Elector Palatine Louis, viii. 

419. 
opposed by Landgraves Philip and 

George of Hesse, viii. 422. 
opposed by three Counts Palatine, John 

Casimir of Neustadt and Lautern, John of 

Zweibriicken, and Richard of Simmern, viii. 

422. 

— opposed by Dukes Hans Friedrich and 
Ernst Ludwig of Pommern-Stettin, viii. 
422. 

— opposed by Superintendent-General 
Paul von Eitzen on behalf of clergy of 
Holstein, viii. 422. 

• his declaration, viii. 422. 



— unexpected opposition by Julius, Duke 
of Brunswick, viii. 422-8. 

— proclaimed at Dresden [1580], viii. 428. 
what it gave to Lutheran Church, viii. 



428. 

— additional princes and towns to refuse 
their signatures to, viii. 428-9. 

refutation of, by TJrsinus [Neustadt 



Admonition] [1581], viii. 436-8. 

— its failure to bring about unity and 
concord in Protestant Church, viii. 437-8. 

— diminishing respect felt for, ix. 2. 
— attacked by Innocentius Gottfriedus 



[1601], x. 267. 

■ doctrine of Omnipresence of Body of 



Christ contained in, attacked and defended, 
x. 267-71. 



53 



I ITS TO It V OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Bergen Book,<l"tfiiiri- '-I', rejected In Margrave 

Brneel I i I Baden-Durlach) ' New 

Cmhi. --ion of Faith,' s. 288. 
rejected i>v Landgrave William IV. of 

IL-se. x. 285. 

attacks on, in Be&se [1599], x. 2SG. 

<U>o • Torgau Book ' and ' Formula of 

Concord.' 
Bergen Convention, viii. 412. 
Elector Augustus ol Saxony summons, 

to meet in monaster; of [1577], viii. 412. 

those attending, viii. 412. 

absence of concord among those 

attending, \iii. 412. 
' Bergen Fathers': see Bergen Convention. 
Berger, A.. Kulturaufgabe d. Reformation, 

xiv. 410 (n. 2 , 

Melonchthons Vorlesungen utter Welt- 

eft., xiii. 426 (n. 3). 

• Berger de Xivrey,' ix. 89 (n.2), 107 (n. 2), 236 

(n. 3, i , 130 (n.2, 3) ; x. 185 (». 3), 186 

(rt. ]). 

Bergman, Johann, of Olpe, the friend and 
protector of Beynlin, i. 124. 

' Bergpostille,' sixteen sermons on mines by 
John Hatheslus, xiii. 505-7; xiv. 482, 
4S2 (n. 2) ; xv. 383 (n. 1) ; xvi. 276 (». 1). 

Bergundy, tower, threatened byEgmont.ii. 

237. 

• Bergwerkskunde,' by Christopher Encelius, 

xiii. 506, 506 (». 8). 
' Bericht, Meichsen, vii. 363 (n. 1). 
' B ■ icht an alle fromme Christen,' Lucas 

Osiander 1 1502], x. 136, 136 (n. 1). 

der bittern Wahrheit.' vii. 20 (n. 2). 

der St. Gallischen naturwiss. Gesell.,' 

xiii. 524 (n.2). 
des Domkapitels v. 23. Dezember 1584,' 

be. 177 In. 1). 
d. Vereins d. Naturfreunde in Reichen- 

berg,' xiii. 538 (n. 8). 

Elgard's, viii. 334 (n. 2). 

In v. Strorabeck,' xv. 291 (n. 1). 

- ob der Papst zu Rom der Antichrist 

sey ' [1585], xii. 201 (n. 1). 
iiber d. Verhandl. d. sachs. Gesell. d. 

Wiss.,' xi. 22 : xii. 387. 
vom Bapst Jolianne dem achten, 

welcher soil ein Weib gewesen sein,' 

AJbrechi Lorenz, \. 36 In. 1). 
von allerlei Zauberei. Besessenheit und 

Teufelskiinsten,' vii. 16 (n. 2. 3). 
von den vorhin unerhorten Wunder- 

wercken ,' Jac. Color, xi. 388 (». 8). 
von der Gosellschatt Jesu,' J. A. 

Wlmplnenflla, viii. -J4i) (n. 1). 

von der Ubiquitat' [1589], x. 269 (n. 1). 

von Erforschung,' III. B. C, xvi. 379 

(n. l). 
von Hetstadt,' Eoppenrod, xvi. 142 

(n. 3). 
von Karl Heinrich Feyerabend v. 

12. Aug. 1614,' \. 57:: (n. I). 
von Lippold, Juden, so zu Berlin 

gevlerteilt worden,' \\i. 507 (n. 2). 
von Mancherlei Wunderzeichen ' [1591], 

A.mbrosl<u Taarer, til, 
welchermassen Papst Sixt,' \Y. Bolder. 

\. 284 (a. i . 
zum christllchen Abschied Doktor M. 

Luthers,' \. 244 (n. 1). 
' Berlchte d. Frankfurter Altertumvereins,' 

t. 74 In. 1). 

d. Hlstor. Vereins f. Oberfranken,' 

■ 
der Rothenhausler,' vii. 7s („. '2). 
Berlnger, J tlon of New Testamonl in 

■ 
Berl. apparitloq I u ( B . n. 



Berlaymont. Count, viii. 21 (n. 3). 
Berlepsch, II. B. von, xi. 155 (n. 1). 
Berlepsch, Otto Wilhelm von, ambassador 

of Landgrave Maurice of Hesse-Cassel, 

reports activity of Elector Joachim 

I rederic of Brandenburg in matter of 

Protestant League, ix. 513. 
Berlepsch, Sittich von, Bailiff of Salza, 

letter of, to Duke George of Saxony, iv. 

292, 295-7. 
Berler, Matern, his Chronicle, ii. 69 ; iv. 137. 
Berlichingen, Burkhard von, Imperial 

Councillor, ix. 263. 
Berlichingen Castle, ii. 255. 
Berlichingen, Gotz von : see Gotz von 

Berlichingen. 
Berlichingen-Rossach, Gesch. d. Hitters Gotz 

von Berlichingen, iv. 279 (n. 1). 
Berlin, town belonging to Teutonic Order, 

ii. 132 ; vii. 291 ; viii. 305 ; ix. 112. 

alabaster epitaphs in, xi. 142. 

and newspapers, xiv. 532, 532 (n. 2). 

and the sale of brandy [1574], xv. 419. 

brandy distilleries in [1595], xv. 419, 

419 (». 4). 
Art Industrial Museum, xi. 137 (n. 4), 

189 (n. 1). 

Cathedral, removal of altar 



etc., corn- 
Elector of 



manded by John Sigismund 
Brandenburg, x. 318. 

disturbances due to, x. 318-9, 319 



(n. 1) 

— church in, i. 170. 

— execution and trials 



of 



at 



sorcerers 
[1552, 1553], xvi. 298, 298 (n. 2, 3). 

— intellectual backwardness of, i. 94, 95. 

— John Eccard, choir-master at [1611], 
xi. 251. 

— plague in, and flight of Court [157G] to 
Kiistrin, xiv. 98. 

cowardice of preachers and others, 

xiv. 98-9. 

new school founded and old abolished 



in [1540], xiii. 60 (n. 1). 
people possessed with devils in [1594], 

xii. 338. 

portents in [1553], x. 77. 

retinue of Landgrave Maurice of Hesse 

when visiting, xv. 300, 300 (n. 3). 
signs and wonders seen in [1580], xii. 

254. 

spectres near [1559], xii. 268-9. 

' Berliner Deutsche Lit.-Zeitung,' xvi. 243 

(n. 2). 
Germania,' on Luther's translation of 

the Bible, xiv. 410 (n. 1). 
• Berlinische Nachrichten v. Staats- u. 

gelehrten Sachen,' xvi. 189 («. 1). 
Bermann, Laurence, xiii. 496 (n. 2). 
' Bermannus, sive De Re Metallica,' xiii. 

498-5, 4:>:i (n. 2). 
Bermaringen, low morals in [1535], xvi. 42 ; 

1 1513], xvi. 43. 

Bermeter, Hans, general of insurgents in 

peasants' rising, iv. 177-8. 
Bernald, on German music, i. 246 (n.). 
Bernardo, Lorenzo, ix. 186 (n. 4). 
Bernd, Fr., Zar Qeschichte d. Osterreieh. 

Unrvhet) 1608 u. 1009, ix. 502 (n. 1) ; 

x. 407 (n. 8), 408 (n. 1, 3). 
Berne, free imperial city of. ii. 128 ; v. 242, 

2 17 : \i. 41. 

educational establishment at, i. 123. 

Association of Stonemasons of, i. 166. 

Minster, i. 171. 

treasures in. i. 189-90. 

treasures stolen from, v. 136. 

— crime committed by monks In, iii. 61. 
Insurrection of lower classes in, iv. 140. 



54 



INDEX 



Berne, Town Council of, introduces Zwinglian 
doctrine, v. 135. 

destruction of images at, v. 136, 136 

n. 1). 
Town Council of, sell the Cathedral 



organ to town of Sitten, v. 136. 

countenance church riots in towns 

and villages, v. 137. 

apprehends attack on Zurich from 



imperial troops, v. 168. 

rejoices in Protestantising of Saxony 



[1539], vi. 53. 

- mandates issued by, concerning old 



and new faiths, xii. 44-5. 
— ■ — take protective measures against 
ghosts, witches, sorcerers, etc. [1482], 
xvi. 242, 242 (n. 2). 

■ warns against religious war, v. 224. 



— letter from councillors of Zurich to 
privy councillors of, v. 226. 
■ deputation from Philip of Hesse to, 



concerning Ulrich of Wiirtemberg, v. 245. 
— declines all dealings with either Philip 
or Ulrich, v. 245-6. 
■ enters into alliance of co-burgership 



with Strasburg, v. 246. 

— invited to join league of Smalcald , 
v. 333. 

— protests against violent measures taken 
by Council Of Zurich against Catholic 
districts, v. 356. 

• sends troops to Strasburg in support 



of election of Margrave John George of 
Brandenburg as administrator, ix. 181. 
— Protestants of, oppose introduction of 
Gregorian Calendar, x. 53. 
■ churches, advocacy of punishment of 



heretics by death in, x. 224. 

— efforts to draw, into Protestant Union 
or League, x. 586. 

— Thomas Murner at, xi. 332. 

— iconoclasm in, xi. 31. 

— seminary of reformed theology at, 
xiv. 180, 181, 181 (n. 4). 

— witch persecutions 



in [1591-1610], 



xvi. 478, 478 (n. 1). 
Berner, Claus, xii. 378. 
letter to Duke Albert of Prussia, vi. 

439 (n. 2). 
Berner, John, bookseller of Frankfort and 

translator of Fioravanti's books on 

medicine, xii. 286. 
' Berner Taschenbuch von 1870,' xvi. 303 

(n. 1), 478 (n. 1). 
' Bernerchronik,' by Valerius Anselm, xiv. 

57 ; xvi. 242 in. 2). 
Bernhard, viii. 284. 
Bernhard von Luxemburg [1535], xiv. 261, 

262 (n. 1). 
Bernhard von Mila, vi. 204. 
presented with village of Unseburg, 

vi. 204-5. 
Bernhard von Raesfeld, Bishop of Minister : 

see Raesfeld, Bernhard von. 
Bern hardi, superintendent v at Dillenburg, 

imprisonment of, cause of, viii. 131-2. 
Bernhard's improvements in organ-building, 

i. 248, 248 (n.). 
Bernhardt, Melanchthon ah Mathematiker v. 

Physiker, xiii. 482 (n. 2). 
Bernstadt, report on schoolmaster at [1543], 

xvi. 41. 
Bernstein, Hans von, xv. 28. 
Bernstein, portentous birth in [1565], xii. 232. 
Bernts, Heinrich, carver of Calcar, i. 186-7. 

payment received by, i. 186. 

Beromiinster, canons of the, i. 16. 

Passion-play at [1560], xii. 7 («. 1). 

Bersmann, Gregory, professor at Leipzig am! 



school rector at Zerbst, his attack on 
Nicholas Selnekker, x. 278. 
Bersmann, Gregory, poems published by 

[1596], xiii. 344. 
Bersohn, M., M. Polak, Ein Maler d. 17. 

Jahrh., xi. 152 (n. 2). 
Berthold, L., Brother, i. 264. 

Dominican sermon preached by, in 

Freiburg Cathedral [1581], xv. 32-33, 33 
(w. 1). 
Bertold von Henneberg, Archbp. of Mayence, 
laws made by, i. 350. 

his edicts relating to books [1485-86], 

xiv. 400, 400 (n. 1). 

issues censure ordinances against books 

[1485-86], xiv. 498, 498 (n. 2, 3). 
• Bertold von Henneberg, Erzbischof v. 

Mainz,' J. Weiss, xiv. 498 («. 3). 
Bertram, Evangel, viii. 413 (n. 1). 
Bertram, Geschichte v. Anhalt, ix. 156 (n. 1). 
Bertram, J. C, Historische Abhandlung, xiv. 

446 (n. 1). 
Bertueh, xi. 233 (». 3). 
' Beschluss,' by Ackermann, xii. 53 (n. 1). 
' Beschreibende Darstellung d. alten Bau- 
und Kunstdenkmaler d. Konigr. Sachsen,' 
viii. 185 (n. 2). 
' Beschreibung bei Pfafi,' x. 437 (w. 1). 
' Beschreibung d. Marienkirche zu Frankfort 
a.d.O.,' Spieker, vii. 297 (n. 1) ; xiii. 299 
(». 2). 
' Beschreibung d. Pliinderung Roms von 

Wolfgang v. Berbissdorf,' v. 191 (n. 1). 
' Beschreibung d. Saalkreises,' Dreihaupt, 

vi. 349 («. 1). 
' Beschreibung d. Wunderzeichen v. 1568, 
1569, 1570,' bv Adam Ursinus [1570], xii. 
244, 244 (m. 4). 
' Beschreibung einer Hochfiirstlichen Hoch- 

zeit ' [1609], x. 437 (n. 1). 
' Beschreibung eines rechten Vollsaufers,' 

xii. 216 (n. 2). 
' Beschreibung u. Geschichte von Sulz,' F. 

A. Koiler, xvi. 490 (n. 1). 
' Beschwerden d. katholischen Stande,' x. 

540 (n. 1). 
' Beschwerden d. Korrespondierenden,' x. 

537 (n. 2). 
' Beschwerden d. Stadte,' Jorg, iv. 163 (n. 3). 
' Beschwerdeschrift an d. Kaiser,' ix. 263 

(n. 1). 
' Beschwerdeschrift,' Nausea, vii. 155 (n. 1). 
' Beschworung d. teuflischen Schlangen mit 
d. gottlichen Wort,' John v. Schwarzen- 
berg [1524], xvi. 292 (n. 2). 
Besler, Basilius, aids Prince-Bishop John 
Conrad von Gemmingen in laying out 
botanical gardens of Eichstatt, xiii. 535. 

his book, Eichstatter Garten, xiii. 536. 

Besold, Christopher, his recommendations 
regarding guilds and their powers, xv. Ill 
(n. 2). 
Besold, H., Epistolcehist. eccl., vi. 537 («. 2). 

Virg. Sacrarum Mon., vii. 83, 84 

(n. 1, 2), 90 (n. 1). 
Bessarion, Cardinal, astronomer, i. 139. 
Bessen, Gesch. v. Paderborn, xiii. 196 (n. 1). 
Besser, Beitrage zur Gesch. d. Vorderstadt 

Gustrow, xv. 238 (n. 1). 
Besserer, Bernard, Burgomaster of Ulm, 
vacillating religious opinions of, v. 300, 301. 

delegate from Ulm to Diet of Spires 

[1529], writes regarding restoration of 
Ulrich of Wiirtemberg, v. 205-6. 

military councillor of Ulm, vi. 334. 

Besserer, George, of Ulm, xv. 495. 
Bessor, .Tames. Theatrum oder Schawhuch 
■allerlei \\'<-rckzeug u. PAlstungen [1595], 
xi. 179 (». 2). 



55 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



• Betlermanil ' (Lutheran drama), xiii. 

it. 2). 
' Beiliedlin zu Christo urn einen seligen 
Abschied,' hymn b r. xi. 270. 

• Betrachtung bei Bestattung d. Fiirsten. 

I spar enrich, xiv. 184, 484 (n. 2). 
' B- trachtungen.' Hoflw, viii. 12 (n. 1) ; 

xv. 8 (». I), 6 (n. S). 
' Betriiglichen Goldmacher (Die) am Hofe 

des Herzogs Julius von Braunschweig,' 

A. Rlmmm. xv. 291 (n. 1). 
' Beirut-lichen Laboranten (Die) am Hofe 

d. Herzoss Julius v. Braunschweig.' A. 
». 1). 

• Bettel- und Garte-Teufel, 'Ambrosius Pape, 

xv. 472 (n. I), 506, 513-4. 
Bettelheim. Biograph. BUUter, xiii. 537 (n. 1). 
Bettendorl. Theodovick v., Pp. of Worms, 
vii. 317, 320, 321 (n. 1). 

. - to Emperor Maximilian II. 

of Elector Palatine Frederic III.'s viola- 
tion of ' Religious Peace,* vii. 361. 

Frederic ill. required to make full 

i ut ion. vii. 362. 
' Bettglocke wegen d. Rbmischen, d. 
Mahometischen und d. Bepstlichen Reiches 
Endschafft ' [161 4], xii. 259 (n. 2). 
• Bettler-Narren,' xv. 414. 
Betulius, Henry, rector at Liiueburg, warned 
iiv David Chytraeus against Ramistic 
phi] riv. 186, 186 (n. 1). 

Beuckelszoon : see John of Leyden. 
Beuel, Anabaptist preaching at, v. 470. 
Beumler, Mark. xiv. 338. 
' Beurtheilung welche Fischarts Gargantua . . . 
gefunden hat,' L. Gangbofer, xi. 378 (n. 1). 
Beutel, t'ber d. Ursprung d. Augsburger 
rims, vi. 390 (n. 1), 395 (n. 3), 396 
(n. ), : xiv. 801 (n. 4). 
Beuterich, Dr.. secretly charges Count 
Palatine John Casimir with aiming at 
Electorate of Cologne, ix. 73-4. 
Beutber, David, 'fire-artist' [=alchemist] 
to Augustus, Elector of Saxony [1575- 
82], xv. 282. 

his torture, xv. 2-<2-3. 

hi- suicide, xv. 283. 

Beverley Cathedral, i I 

' Beweggriinde,' Sebastian Flasch, x. 1 13. 

' Beweis aus d. Heiligen Schrift,' Johann 

Modest, x. 258 (n. 1). 
Beyelstein, xi. 228. 
Beyer, Hans, plans a ' Bundschuh,' vii. 

891. 
condemned to be hanged for participa- 
tion In Grumbach-Gotha conspiracy, vii. 

his resignation, vii. 399. 

Beza, viii. 176; x. 226, 271, 272, 

272 (n. 2), 813, 31 I 

warns Caspar Olivian against excessive 

vii. 189. 

pi death of Duke of Guise, viii, 6. 

charged with instigating bis assassina- 
tion, viii. 7. 

di ith of Duke to be judgment 

Ol God, viii. 7 (n. 2). 

ai ob -Jouarre BUg- 

b Catholics, 

bis laudation of Louis ol Nassau, vill. 183. 

Bpist. theol., viii. 201 (n. 4). 

— on position "i partii - In France 115841. 
Ix. 106, 

hook- of, i\. : 

bi- colloquy with Jacob Andrea. Ix. 

i dom of 

40. 



Beza, Theodore, calumnies against, x. 149. 
on punishment of heretics by death, 

x. 220. 
extols assassination of Duke of Guise 

[1563], x. 371. 

caricature of, by John Nas, xi. 73. 

his denunciation of pictures of the 

Crucifl ion, xi. 29, 33. 
•on Calvin's lack of courage during 



visitation of plague, xiv. 107 (n. 1). 

' Beziehungen der rteiermarkischen Land- 

schaft zu den Univ.,' Loserth, ix. 394 (n. 4). 

' Beziehungen u. der Verkehr des Kurfursten 

Moritz von Sachsen mit Ferdinand,' J. 

Witter, vi. 477 (n. 2). 

Bezold, von, v. 516 (n. 3) ; vi. 252 (n. 1), 444 ; 

viii. 39 (n. 1), 45 («. 1), 46 (n. 3, 4). 48 

(n. 2), 49 (n. 2), 51 (n. 1), 53 (n. 1), 

55 (n. 2), 63 (n. 2), 65 («. 2), 75 (n. 2). 

91 (n. 2), 92 (n. 1), 120 (w. 3, 4, 5, 6), 134 

(n. 1), 135 (n.2), 139 (n. 1, 2, 4), 140 

(n. 1), 142 (n. 1, 2), 146 (n. 2), 198 (n. 1), 

202 (n. 1, 2, 3), 205 (n. 2), 206 (n. 2), 209 

in. 2) ; ix. 4 (n. 1, 2), 11 (n. 1, 2), 12 (n. 1). 

14 (n. 1), 19 (n. 1, 2), 20 (n. 1), 21 

(m. 1, 2), 39 (n. 1), 40 (n. 1, 2), 41 (n. 1, 2, :'.). 

42 (». 2), 43 (n. 1, 2), 44 (n. 2), 50 (n. 1, 2). 

51 (n. 2), 52 (n. 3), 73 («. 1, 2), 74 (n. 1, 2). 

79 (n. 1, 2), 85 (n. 1), 86 (n. 1), 87 (n. 2). 

(n. 1), 95 (n. 1, 2). 96 (n. 1), 97 (n. 1). 

100 (n. 2), 101 (n. 1). 105 (n. 2, 3), 108 

(n. 2), 115 (n. 1, 2), 116 (n. 1), 121 (n. 2). 

129 (n. 2), 130 (n. 1), 177 (». 2), 183 (n. 1), 

298 (n. 2) ; xi. 131 (n. 1) ; xv. 300 (n. 1), 

303 (n. 4). 

Bezold, von, iv. 127 (n. 2), Zur Geschichte il. 

Husitenthums, iv. 123 (n. 1), 125 (n. 2), 

126 (n. 1). 

Die Armen Leute, iv. 128 (». 1). 

Rhenish Peasant Insurrection, iv. 129 

(». 2). 

-bis opinion on 'Articles of Smalcald,' 

v. 531. 
Bezold, von, Briefe Casimir s, vii. 369 (n. 1). 
393 (n. 2) ; viii. 434 (n. 2) ; x. 180 (n. 2) ; 
\vl. 496 («. 1). 
Bezold, v., Rudolf II. und d. hcilige Lig<i. ix. 
61 (n. 1), 71 (n. 1), 127 (n. 1). 184 (n. 1) ; 
xv. 232 (n. 2). 
Bezold, v., Ptr<7. Saer. Afotrim., ix. 261 (n. 1). 
Bezold, F. v., Gesch. d. deutsch. Reformation, 

xvi. 135 (n. 2). 
Bezold. Gustav, Baukunst d. ll-'nuissmirc 
in Deutsehland, xi. 22 (n. 1), 45 (n.2), 
108 (n. 3), 119 (n. 2), 122 (». It. 125 (». 1). 

on architecture of Protestant churches 

in his Baukunst supplement, xi. 132. 

on Dietterl in's work in his Baukunst, 

xi. 108 (n. 3). 
Bianco, von, ix. 77 (n. 2), 314 (n. 1); x. 52 
(n. 1) ; xiii. 140 (n. 2* ; xiv. 298 (n. 2), 
516 (n. 2). 

Anlagen, xiii. 255 (n. 1, 3, 4, 6), 256 

(n. 1, 3), 257 (n. 1, 2), 319 (n. 1). 

Diealte Universitdt Koln, xiv. 360 (». 5). 

Biandra, Ambassador to Duke of Savoy, x. 

590 (a. 3). 
Bibbiena, Cardinal, paintings by Raphael in 

bathroom of, xi. 80. 
' Bibelle ; en, Das, in der Volksprache Malou,' 

riv. 396 (n. 2). 
Bibelstudien,' Falk. xiv. 246 (n. 1 1, 268 (n. 1), 
286 (n.2), 346 (n. 1), 430 (n. 1). 
' Bibelubersetzung,' Grimm, xiv. 404 (n. 1), 

407 (n. 2). 
1 Bibelubersetzung,' Hopf, xiv. 402 (n.2), 403 
(n. 2, 8), 408 (n. l), 412 (n. 2), 417 (n. l). 
418 (n. 1, 2). 426 (n. 1. D. ISO (n. 2), 189 
(n. 2), 440 (n. li, 445 (n. 1). 



56 



INDEX 



' Bibeliibersetzung,' Schott, xiv. 403 (n. 2), 

409 (n. ]), 445 («. 5), 447 (n. 1), 448 (n. 1), 

449 (w. 1). 
Biberach, Guild of Agriculturists in, i. 338. 
record of peasants' rising in annals of, 

iv. 182. 

peasants obtain aid from, iv. 236. 

asks to be received into League of 

' Christian Co-burghership,' v. 226. 
• Town Council of, directions to delegates 



of, at Diet of Augsburg [1530], v. 300. 
— ■ [town] joins Snialcald League, v. 334. 

— representatives present at Zwinglian 
Synod of Memmingen, v. 335. 

— destructive work of Oecolampadius, 
Blarer, and Bucer in, v. 340-1. 

— and continuation of Suabian League, v. 
405. 



• sends delegate to Assembly of Smalcald 

League [1537], v. 494. 
modified acceptance of ' Interim 

B.eligion ' in, vi. 415. 
religious grievances of Protestants in, 

viii. 352. 

Capuchins in, ix. 346. 

iconoclasm in, x. 32. 

— — mortality from plague in [1574], xiv. 72. 
Bibl + Nidbruek + Tanner, Ein Beitrag zw 

Entstehungsgeschichte der Magdeburger 

Centurien, x. 7 (n. 1). 
Bible, the, its wide circulation and its in- 
fluence in the Middle Ages, xiv. 382, 382 

(». 1). 

■ its study enjoined on priests, xiv. 382. 

— recommended by Trithemius, xiv. 



382, 382 (n. 3). 
people kept up in knowledge of, 

through sermons and church decorations, i. 

38 ; xiv. 383-4, 383 (w. 4, 5). 
early desire to possess it in the mother 

tongue, xiv. 384. 
translations of parts of, in 8th and 11th 

cents., xiv. 384. 
decline of interest in, in 12th cent., 

xiv. 385, 385 (». 1). 
translations of 14th-16th cents., xiv. 

385, 389. 
quality of work, xiv. 386-7, 386 

(n. 1, 2), 387 (n. 1, 2, 3), 390, 390 (n. 2). 
mediaeval editions done from Latin 

Vulgate, xiv. 388. 

— catalogue of editions of German transla- 
tions of Bible, i. 56-9 ; xiv. 388 (n. 3). 

— Krell's edition [1590], ix. 152. 

— Cologne : s?e Cologne Bible. 
-— Lilbeck : see Lilbeek Bible. 

— Basle edition [1576], Stimmer's illustra- 
tions to, xi. 214 (n. 6). 

— ■ Biblia Pauperum, i. 43, 56, 212, 217. 

— Catholic translations of, xiv. 428-9, 
428 (n. 2). 

— given as wedding presents, xiv. 395, 
395 (m. 1, 2). 

— attitude of ecclesiastical authorities 
towards translation of, into popular 



languages, xiv. 395-401 and notes sqq. 
- Luther's translation of, xiv. 401-8. 

Vulgate of Erasmian used as basis of 



New Testament translation, xiv. 403. 

Hebrew Text of Septuaginta used as 

basis for Old Testament translation, xiv. 
404-5. 

— ■ — order of appearance of different 
' Books,' xiv. 405-6, 406 (n. 1, 2, 3). 

first edition of complete and col- 
lective [1534], xiv. 407. 

— illustrations in, xi. 175. 

by Tobias Stimmer [1576], xi. 176. 

Victor Solis [1567], xi. 176. 



Bible, the, various revised editions of Luther's 

Bible, xiv. 445-9. 
growing indifference of Protestants for 

Lutheran Bible, xiv. 449, 449 (». 2). 



See also Luther's Bible. 

— Emser's translation, xiv. 428-9. 

— Dietenberger's translation, xi. 
xiii. 155 ; xiv. 429-30. 

illustrations to, xi. 214 (n. 6). 



175; 



Eck's translation, xiii. 155 ; xiv. 430. 

Blanckardt's translation, xiv. 430-1. 

Ulenberg's translation, xiv. 439-40. 

among Protestants, xiv. 441-9. 

Piscator's Bible [1602], xiv. 448-9, 

449 (n. 1). 
' Bible Concordance o! 1496,' pubd. by 

Sebastian Brandt, i. 125. 
Bible-reading, result of universal, xiv. 440, 

440 (n. 1). 
Bible-stories, travesties of, xi. 357. 
Bibles, combined [1525-29], xiv. 406-7, 407 

(». 1). 

controversial illustrations of, xi. 63-4. 

Erasmus's veneration for, iii. 19. 

— — methods of interpretation of the, 

iii. 20-3. 

— urges universal study of, iii. 19-20. 

attacks on, during 16th cent., viii. 264. 

— Mutian's views regarding, iii. 34. 

it monopolises the German printing 



presses, i. 21, 23. 
— numbers of, issued by Koberger, i. 21. 

■ issued by Amerbach of Basle, i. 21 . 



in hands of people, ii. 303-4. 

Hebrew, first printed at Wittenberg 



[1586-87], xiv. 198. 
• edition of 



[1536], xiv. 198. 
■ translated into 



Sebastian Minister 

Latin by Tremellius 

and Junius [1575-79], xiv. 217. 

Jewish, xiv. 363. 

Polyglot, Plautius' [1574], xiv. 363. 

turned into rhyme by Hans Sachs, xi. 

319. 
' Biblia, das ist die gantze hi. Schrift Teutsch, 

1561,' pubd. by Sigmund Feyerabend, 

xi. 64 (n. 1), 178. 
Bibliander, prof, of theology at Zurich, xiv. 

181, 181 (n. 5). 
lecturer on exegesis at Zurich [1523], 

xiv. 215. 
'Biblical Book of Animals,' H. H. Frey 

[1595], xiii. 525 (n. 1). 
Biblical plays, polemical, xii. 101-4. 
Biblical study in Germany, revival of, xiv. 

362-4. 
' Bibliographie,' Wackernagel, xi. 216 (n. 1), 

252 (n. 3), 259 («. 3), 274 (n. 1), 284 

(n. 1), 301 (n. 2). 
' Bibliographie des Faustbuchs,' Fr. Zarncke, 

xii. 360 (n. 1). 
' Bibliotheca Augustana,' A. Veith, x. 

33 (n. 5). 
' Bibliotheca classics Latina,' xiii. 393 (n. 1). 
' Bibliotheca Coloniensis,' Hartzheim, ix. 

339 in. 1, 2, 3) ; xvi. 467 (n. 3). 
' Bibl. dipauliana,' xvi. 411 (w. 4). 
' Bibliotheca Germanorum erotica,' H. Hayn, 

xiii. 319 (». 1) ; 4 y. 369 (n. 2). 

• Bibliotheca Magica,' Grasse, xvi. 322 (n. 3), 

372 (w. 1), 381 (n. 2), 389 (n. 1). 
Hauber, xvi. 311 (n. 2). 

• Bibliotheca Script. Soc. Jesu,' Alegambe 

[1643], xiv. 367 (n. 4). 
' Bibliotek d. Stuttgarter Litterar-Vereins,' 

xii. 186 («. 3), 191 («. 1, 2), 200 (w. 2) 

363 («. 2). 
' Bibliothek d. liierarischen Vereins,' Milde- 

sach, xii. 4 (n. 2, 3) ; xv. 8 (n. 3), 426 (n. 2). 



57 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Bibliotheque de la Compagnie de Jesus, 

ix. 338 (n. It ; \vi. 401 (». 6). 
Bibra, Lawrence von, monument of, at 

WOrtzburg, I. L96. 
Biburg, ix. 328 (n. 2). 
Jesuit Bettlement started at [1593], 

ix. 313. 
Bicken. Adam von, Elector of Mayenec, 

i . I l.i, 420 (n. 1). 
Bicocca, battle of. It. 5. 
Bidembach, Eberhard, Lutheran Abbot at 

r. his funeral sermon on 

Christopher, Duke of Wttrtemberg, xiv. 

185, 185 (n. 1). 
Bidembach, Felix, Consilia theologica, Decad 

III, t IV., x.225(n. 1). 
on • / mi I. [16111, 

xvi. 488 (n. 1). 

Manuale ministrorum Ecclesio?, etc. 

I], wi. (88 (n. 1). 
Bidenbach, Wilhelm, Dr., of Stuttgart: his 

t joind r t.. DillingenJ suits [1566], x. 325. 
Bidermann, James, of Ehingen, Jesuit school 

dramatist and professor of rhetoric at 

Jesuit Gymnasium, Munich [1600-16], 

xiii. 157, 157 (ft. 4), 2o:f. 203 («. 2). 

his birth [1577] and education, xiii. 203. 

becomes teacher of rli'-torir and later of 

philosophy at Munich, xiii. 203-4. 

— be i.sor of books at Rome, xiii. 

204. 

his publications, xiii. 204. 

his historical tragedy, Belisar [acted 

1607], xiii. 2ni 5. 

bis Vam agyptisehen Joseph [acted 

1615], xii. 26 ; xiii. 205. 

hi> <l r ROm v Makarius, xiii. 205. 

1 tlybita, xiii.206,206 (n. 1). 

his Cenodoxus, the Doctor of Paris, xiii. 

his affinity with (aid. Ton. xiii. 208. 

bis Importance as po t. xiii. :u)2 -3. 
' Bidpai, Das Buch d. Beispiele d. alten 

Weisen,' by Eberhard, i. 303. 
' Biecher Vincentii Obsopei: Von der Kunst 

zu trinken,' Gr, Wickgram [1537], xv. 

229 (n. 1). 
Biedermann, A.U8 d. Kameralistischen Praxis 

i. 16. Jahrh., vii. 258 (n. 1) ; viii. 301 (n. 1). 
Biederstedt, Qeist (/. pommerischrUgenschen 

i I I n. 4). 
Biel, Gabriel, of Mayence and Ttibingen, 

I 'adlng scholastic and one of four last 

greal media val divines, 40, 113,126, 135; 

\ii. 22. 

character of his Bermons, i. 41-2. 
Eri nd oi Geiler, i. 134. 

t i fii ii I of earlier Humanists, iii. 8. 

on • he JewB, ii. 78. 

— on infringement of popular rights, i. 
i 16: II I 

simplicity and brevil y oi bis si yie, i. 185. 
on prloi s, wagi s, coinage, etc., i. l 3«>. 
— h, 1, L35. 

' Bienenkorb d. heiligen rbmischon Immen- 
schwarms bei Jesuwalt Pickhart ' [1579], 
by .1. Flschart, \. 16, 23, 21 (n. 1), 40-7; 
\i. ::?2 ; xiv. 167 B, 

iok and chargi - brought 
i» M orj \ ii.. v. 23 i. 

language 1 (n. 1). 

i Catholics and also 
Lutheran doctrine oi Eucharist, s, 1 1 2, 

41 (II 

mocks ai baptismal rlfc ol Catholics 

and i - ii. 

mocks ni Catholic veneration of the 

1 ru and pictures, \. 1 1 i. 

wide ico] 1 1 be i k, \. 1 1 6. 



Bienenkorb d. heiligen romischen Iiimen- 
schwarms bei Jesuwalt Pickhart,' manner 
of speaking of popes, x. 45(n. 1). 
— its wide circulation and many editions, 
and popularity among Calvinists, x. 46-7. 

abuse of, by both Catholics and 

Lutherans, x. 47. 
Bienewitz, Peter [= Apian], of Leisuig, 
cosmographer and professor of mathe- 
matics at Ingolstadt [1552], xii. 252 (n. 3) ; 
xiii. 476-7, 477 (». 1). 

his work on cosmography [1524], xiii. 

476. 

appointed ' Ordinarius of Astronomy ' 

at Ingolstadt University [1527], xiii. 476. 

appointed imperial mathematician by 

Emp. Charles V. and ennobled, xiii. 476-7. 

his study of comets and opposition to 

superstitions concerning, xii. 252 (n. 3) ; 
xiii. 477. 
Biermer, A., PsycMsche Vollcskrankheiten, 

xvi. 288 (n. 1). 
Bigamy, laws relating to, vi. 113. 
Bigamy of Philip of Hesse : see Philip, 

Landgrave of Hesse. 
Bild, Viet, teacher of mathematics, etc., at 

school of St. TJlrich, Augsburg, xiii. 8. 
' Bildende Kiinste am Hofe Herzog 
Albrechts V. v. Bayern,' Zimmermann, \i. 
182 (n. 1). 
'Bilder,' Springer, xi. 27 (n. 1), 89 (n. 1), 
90 (n. 1), 91 (n. 1), 100 (n. 1). 114 (n. 2), 
116 (n. 1). 
' Bilder,' Wolf, x. 552 (n. 5). 
' Bilder aus d. Altmark,' Dietrich und 

Parisius, xvi. 299 (n. 3). 
' Bilderkatechismus d. 15. Jahrhunderts,' 

Geffcken, xiv. 403 (ft. 3) ; xv. 442 (n. 1). 
' Bildnuss und Gestalt,' by Dr. Simon Tauli 

[1578], xii. 238, 238 (n. 1). 
Bilfingen, execution of witches in [1576], xvi. 

426. 
Bill, finery of peasants in village of, xv. 385, 

385 (n. 3). 
Billicanus, Theobald, to Melanchthon. iii. 

211-2. 
Billick, Eberhard [c. 1500-57], of Order of 
Carmelites, viii. 243 (n. 5) ; xiv. 247-9, 
359 (n. 2). 

prior of Carmelite convent and prof. 

at .Cologne I'niv rsity, and earnest de- 
I uder of Catholic Church, xiv. 248. 

attends religious conference at Worms 

[1540]. xiv. 243. 

appointed provincial of Dutch Carmelite 

province, xiv. 248. 

opposes attempt to Protestantise 

Archbishopric of Cologne, xiv. 248. 

draws up memorandum againstappoint- 

ment of Bucer, xiv. 248. 

instrumental in conversion of Thamer, 

xiv. 248. 

takes part in religious conference at 

Ratisbon [1546], xiv. 249. 

— encourages introduction of Jesuits into 

Cologne, iv. 24'.). 

his patronage of art, xiv. 249. 

nominated by Pope Paul IV. as Bishop 

of Cvrene, xiv. 2 19. 

his deatli [1567], xiv. 249. 249 (n. 1). 

Billick, John, bis commentary on Peter 

Lombard [1576], xiv. 359 (n. 2). 
Billingen (town) complains of Ulrich of 

Wiiil. inlicrg, iv. 230. 
Bilovius, Bartholomew, of Stendal, a 

>\ nor ' of poets, xiii. 348. 
Bllsteln, Castle, xv. 

Bilstein, ilistriil of, devastation of, by 
archop. I lebhard's soldiers, ix. 65. 



58 



INDEX 



Blitz, K., Neue Beitrage zur Oesch. d. deutschen 

Spracheu. Literaiur, xiv. 388 (n. 3). 
Binau, ix. 214. 

Binck, James, engraver, xi. 173. 
Binder, Christopher, iv. 65 («. 2), 73 (n. 2), 

77 (n. 2) ; xiv. 153. 
Biner, Christopher, general-mint-warden, 

Up. Saxonv, on base coins current [1609], 

xv. 83, 83 (n. 4). 
Bing, Simon, Hessian Lord Chamberlain, 

viii. 137 (n. 1). 
Bingen, thickly populated country round, i. 

344. 

chapel at, i. 171. 

meeting of defensive League of South 

German Estates at [1614], x. 606. 

schools at, xiii. 44 (n. 1). 

Binius, von, Severin, canon and professor at 

Cologne, xiv. 366-7. 
his Collectio Conciliorum [1606], xiv. 

367, 367 (n. 1). 
his revised text of Church histories of 

Eusebius, Socrates, Theodoret, Sozo- 

menus, and Evagrius, xiv. 367, 367 (n. 2). 
patristic works published by, xiii. 461. 



Binsfeld, Peter, Bp.-Auxiliary of Treves, xvi. 

357, 365, 366, 388, 388 (n. 1), 441 (n. 1), 

472 (n. 3), 475. 
advocates supernatural significance of 

comets in his Tractatus de Confessionibus 

Maleficorum [1591], xii. 252 (w. 3). 

— his Handbuch d. Pastoral-Theologie 



[1598], xiv. 365, 365 (n. 3). 
— publishes book in direct opposition to 
Weyer, Tractatus de Confess. Malef., etc. 
[1589], xvi. 388-91, 389 (n. 1). 

■his views on nature of, and punish- 



ments fitting for, witches, xvi. 390-1, 391 

(n. 3), 396. 
opposed to ' trial by water,' xvi. 391 

(n. 1). 
— disad vises 



capital punishment until 
after age of sixteen years, xvi. 401,401(n. 3). 
• disapproves of torture of minors for 



extortion of confessions, xvi. 401 (n. 5). 
Binz, Karl, xii. 347 (n. 1). 
Augustin Lerchheimer, xvi. 322 {n. 3), 

326 (n. 4), 345 («. 2, 3), 391 (n. 1), 407 

(m. 1). 
Johann Weyer. xvi. 264 (m. 2), 274 

(n. 1), 311 (n. 1, 2), 319 (n. 1), 320 (n. 2), 

322 (n. 2, 3), 323 (». 1, 2), 326 (n. 4), 399 

(». 1), 341 (n. 1, 2), 377 (n. 1), 381 (n. 1), 

401 (». 6), 406 (n. 2), 407 (n. 1), 441 (n. 1). 
on dream-producing poisons in, xvi. 

287 (w. 1). 
P. P. Laymann wad die Hexenprozesse, 

xvi. 467 (n. 3). 
Binzwangen, xi. 374, 375. 

Fisehart's story of Jewess at, xi. 374. 

portentous birth at [1574], xii. 233. 

'Biographie de Fr. Lambert,' Buffet, v. 80 

(n. 1). 
' Biographien zur Kulturgesch. d. Schweiz,' 

Wolf, xiii. 521 (n. 2), 542 (n. 2). 
' Biographische Blatter,' Bettelheim, xiii. 537 

(». 1). 
'Biographische Mitteilungen iiber Heinrich 

Loriti Glareanus,' Sehreibcr, xiii. 383 

(m. 1). 
' Biographisches Lexikon,' Wurzbach, xiv. 

348 (n. 3). 
' Biography,' Meshovius [1638], xiv. 347 

(«. 2). 
' Biography,' Weber, xvi. 82 (n. 2). 
Birck, iv. 242 (n. 1). 
Birck, Sixt, rector of St. Anna School, 

Augsburg, salarv received by [1549], xiii. 

121, 121 (n. 4). 



Birck, Sixt, his school dramas, xiii. 182, 182 

(». 2). 

— his play Beel translated into Latin and 

performed at Ulm Gymnasium [1615], xiii. 

182, 182 (n. 3). 
Birck, Thomas, pastor at Untertiirkheim 

[1590], xiv. 477 (». 2). 
■ ■ his Von d. Oottwergessenen Doppel- 

spielern [1590], xii. 135, 145-6. 

his Ehespiegel, xii. 146. 

his Hexenspiegel, xii. 137-40, 138 (n. 1), 

139 (w. 1). 
his desire to represent witches, etc., on 

stage, xvi. 283. 
Birckmann, Franz, largest bookseller in 

Cologne, i. 20 ; xiv. 515-6. 
Birgel, manor laws of, i. 319-20. 
Birlinger, Alemannia, xii. 47 (n. 2), 290 (n. 1). 
Birnbaum, Heinrich von, i. 100. 
Bischleben, xiv. 97. 
Bischof, x. 21 («. 2) ; xiii. 463 (n. 1), 465 

(n. 3), 466 (n. 1). 
Bischoff, xiii. 511 (n. 1). 
Botanik, xiii. 515 (n. 1), 527 (n. 1), 

543 (n. 1). 
' Bischbfliche Wiirde in Preussens evangel. 

Kirehe,' v. Ill (n. 1). 
Bischofsheim, church at, i. 173. 
■ William of Hesse with his troops joins 

army of Elector Maurice of Saxony at, vi. 

454. 
burnt down by Margrave Albert of 

Brandenburg-Culmbach, vi. 489. 
Bishopric of Meissen, Protestantising of : 

see Meissen, Bishopric of. 
of Naumburg-Zeitz, Protestantism of : 

see Naumburg-Zeitz. 
Bishops and Archbishous, German Catholic, 

their low tone and lives and lukewarm 

attitude towards old faith, v. 307, 453 ; 

xv. 53-60. 
authorised by Pius IV. to administer 

Eucharist in both kinds, vii. 244-5. 
■ prevented by fear of Protestant Estates 

from attending Council of Trent [1561], 

vii. 229-30. 
dread sedition in territories during 

absence at Council, vii. 231. 
Protestant princes claim right to act 

as, in own territories, vii. 3-4. 
Bismarck, Monastery of, vi. 68. 
Bissingen, people of lordship of, re-converted 

to Catholic faith, ix. 374. 
' Bistum Augsburg historisch u. statist. 

beschrieben,' Steichele, ix. 451 (n. 3). 
' Black Bear,' Jena, iv. 99. 
' Black Death ' attributed to the Devil, xvi. 

228. 
magic potions brewed against [1434], 

xvi. 229. 
Black Forest, iv. 224, 225, 244. 
fugitives from Bundschuh of Unter- 

grombach flee to, iv. 138. 

rising of people in, iv. 168. 

■ peasant war in, iv. 171. 

advice of peasant leaders in, to town of 

Villingen, iv. 183. 

and peasants' rising, iv. 185. 

spread of peasant insurrection in, iv. 220. 

Hans Muller elected captain of 

Christian Fraternity in, iv. 220. 

increase of rebel peasants in, iv. 296. 

'Black Hans' [ = John Frederic, Elector of 

Saxony], vi. 359. 
' Black Shirt,' the, xvi. 405, 405 (». 1). 
Blamond, lordship of, v. 407. 
Blanchet, Pierre, and his ministrations to 

plague patients at Geneva [1542], xiv. 
L05, 106, 107 (n. 1). 



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Blanckardt, xiv. 247 : see Candidus. 
Bl3nckardt, Alexander (Carmelite), publishes 

translation ol Bill d according to 

the Vulgat • [1547], xiv. 130 l. 431 (n. I). 
Blanckenberg, Albert von, and the Devil, 

rii. 323. 
Blankenburg, portentous birth at [1594], xii. 

2 14 5, 2 I • (n. 1). 
Blarer, Ambrose, preacher, v. 535 (n. 1) ; 

riv. 264. 
letter to, from Tohann Jung, on state of 

Church in Constance, v. 146-7. 
lett ra to, from Martin Bucer, v. 336; 

vi. 42 (n. 2) 
called noon by Council of Dim to begin 

work of 'reformation,' v. 337. 
I i from dm to Biberach to 

destroy ' Antlchrisi ' there, v. 340. 

rejoices over bis successes, v. 341. 

appoin' id to carry out 'reformation' in 

Bssungen, v. 342. 
has to be protected against indignation 

of people, v. 343. 

laments over failure of measures, v. 344. 

urges destruction of pictures and 

images in churches, vi. 12. 
dismissed by Ulrich, Duke of Wurtem- 

berg, vi. 13. 
letter from Martin Buccr to, on re- 
formation in Cologne, vi. 229-30. 
his destruction of images and pictures 

in 01m [15311 Xl. 32. 
bis untiring industry, xiv. 490, 490 

(n. 1). 
Blarer, Qerwig, of Wart ''usee, Abbot of 

Welngarten, ix. :;36. 
Blarer, Thomas, pupil of Zasius and sup- 
porter of Luther, iii. 201. 

polemical hymn by, si. 290. 

Blasel, //. Langvet, viii. 8 (n. I). 
Blasius de Cesena, Dinrium. v. 8 (n. 3). 
Blasius of Holzhausen, criticism of Albert 

of Brandenburg, ii. 79. 
Blasius, St. : see St. Blasius. 
Blasphemy, ini rease of, after Reformation, 

\vi. 128 31, 130 (n. 3). 
' Blatter d. Vereins iiir Landeskunde von 

Niederosterreich,' viii. 293 (n. 1) ; xiii. 

412 (n. 2), 525 (». 1), 520 (n. 1), 527 (n. 1) ; 

w. 216 (n. 3). 218 (n. 5). 
Blatter fur wurttemberg. Kirchengescbichte,' 

xvi. 81 (». 1). 
Blattern fur wiirttemb. Kirchengeschichte,' 

xii. 281 (n. 1). 
Blattner, Dr. Solomon, inhibited from enter- 
ing On lawsuit, ix. 233. 

Blaubeuren, endowment of pulpit at, i. 

39-40. 

arrest of Augustin Bader at, v. 160. 

Abbey of, Catholic Abbot of, replaced 

by Protestant ' 1563], vii. 79. 

treatn ins at, vii. 88 (n. 1). 

Blavignac, .1. 1)., Comptet et Dispenses de la 
da chn-hrr tie Saint-Nicolas d 

I'riUnuT), ii. 32 a. 
' Blessed Ga d n, Tha ' : . ee ' Wiir: it'irtl- in.' 
' Blich in d. Hauswesen eines osterreich. 

Landedelmanns,' L. Prdll, \v. 192 (n. 2). 
1 Bliche in d. Zustande Venedigs,' \. 142 
1 148 n 1.2.111 (n. 6 , 146 (n. 5). 
Bliescastel, peasant ri bag in district of, i\. 

Blindman'sbuff. i. S 

Blissemlus, Henry, ol Cologne, defender ol 
1 it lolle Church in Btyrla id. 16861 xiv. 

studies In ttu ' Qermanioum,' xiv. S 

appointed I icholastio theology 

Pi H.-IH' and Qrai [an I dv, 356. 



Blochinger, Matthew, laments dissensions 

among Protestants, vii. 278. 
Blochius, Justus, bis advice to women re- 
garding devils in man's disguise, xvi. 485. 
Block, Daniel, xv. 238. 
Blockensburg, assemblage of 8000 sorcerers 

on the [1589], xvi. 498-9, 499 (n. 1). 
Block-printing, history of, i. 9-10 n. 
Blocksberg, the, witch-rides and witch orgies 

on, xvi. 231, 280, 280 (n. 1), 503. 503 (». 3). 
Blois, Coligny invited by Charles IX. to 

French Court at, viii. 117. 
Blom, Christian Frederick, xv. 238. 
Blomberg, Gothic church at, i. 171. 
Blomevenna, Peter, his writings in defence of 

Catholic Church, i. 100; xiv. 249-50, 250 

(n. 1). 
Blood, Council of : see Tumults, Council of. 
' Bloody Scourges,' the, xvi. 187. 
Bloos, G., Volksseuchien in fruheren Jahr- 

hunderten, xiv. 56 (n. 1), 61 (n. 3). 
Blum, Nicholas, of Dohna, sent by Elector 

Christian II. of Saxony to prepare Chan- 
cellor Krell for death, ix. 228. 
his arguments against Calvinism, ix. 

228-31. 
his Leichpredigt or funeral sermon on 

Krell, ix. 228, 231 (». 1), 232, 232 (n. 3). 
demonstrates fertility of exorcism in 

his Historiscke Erziihlung [1606], xii. 334 6. 
on apparitions of the Devil in his 

Hi>torische Erziihlung, xii. 375, 375 (n. 2). 
' Blumen u. Ausbund allerhand auser- 

lesener weltlicher zuchtiger Lieder und 

Reime ' [1602], preface to, Paul von Alst. 

xi. 304. 
Blumenstrausse, xi. 184 (w. 2). 
Blumenthal, George von, takes possession of 

Lebus, v. 184. 
compels burghers to pay ransom, v. 

184. 

troops plunder cathedral at, v. 184-4. 

Blutenberg, Chapel of Palace at, stained 

glass in, i. 211. 
Blyttershagius publishes pamphlet, Pseudo- 

Ch-istu* '[1596]. x. 272. 
Boar-hunt on Dresden heath [15021, xv. 198. 
Bobadiglia, B lero, viii. 222 (n. 1, 3). 
Bobadilla, Nicholas (Jesuit monk), viii. 215. 

bis place of birth, viii. 222. 

declines Kin'-- !' i linand's invitation to 

reside at Spanish Court \iii. 222. 
letter to Ignatius of Loyola [1542], viii. 

222. 
joins in visitation of diocese of Passau 

[1544], viii. 222. 
devotes himself to sick and wounded 

in Smalcaldic War, viii. 222. 

declines bishopric, viii. 222. 

as sick-nurs e, xiv. 113. 

lasting effects of his efforts to save 

Catholic Church, xvi. 78. 
Bobertag, xii. 185 (». 2), 192 (n. 3), 219 

(n. 5), 221 (n. 1, 3, 4), 226 (n. 3), 227 (n. 1). 

360 (n. 1). 
Bobhard, Jakob, publishes Eygenttiche 

grUndliehe und warhafte Betekrnbung des 

heiligen rOmischen und Icatkolischen 

Hafenhds [1617], x. 240-1, 241 (n. 1. 3). 
— publishes supplement to above, entitled 

JuoeUeram und Meet des htiligen rOmixchen 

mill knlhnlisrhen ll<ii<nkiis [1018], x. 241. 

241 (n. 8). 
Boblingen, victory over peasant army at. 

iv. 315. 
additions in Renaissance stvle to 

Gothic church at [1687], xi. 118 (n. 2). 
Boccr, Prof., at Rostock on utility of study 

ot Virgil's .Eneiil, xiii. 70 (n. 1). 



lit) 



INDEX 



Bocerus, John, to Duke John Albert of 
Mecklenburg on condition of Rostock 
University [1558], xiii. 301 (n. 3). 

Bocholt, Gothic church at, i. 171. 

Bocholt, Franz von, steel engraver, i. 222. 

' Bock,' the, xvi. 424. 

Bock, Henry, translates Peter Binsfeld's 
Tractatus de confessionibus, etc. [1590], 
xvi. 389. 

Bock, Hieronymus [ = Tragus], xiii. 512. 

schoolmaster and overseer to gardens 

at Zweibriicken, preacher, doctor, and 
phvsician to Count Philip of Nassau, xiii. 
512, 512 (n. 1). 

his Krauterbuch [1539], xiii. 512-8, 

512 (n. 2). 

its dedication to Count Philip of 

Nassau, xiii. 512-3, 513 (n. 1). 

his claims to regard as botanist and his 

new system of classification, xiii. 515-6. 

his enthusiastic work and humour 

regarding plant-superstitions, xiii. 514-5. 

his description and pictures of buck- 
wheat and Italian corn, xiii. 515-6. 

rich in information on history of 

plant culttire, xiii. 516-7. 

his list of grapes, xiii. 517. 

— his attacks on Catholic Church, xiii. 



517-8. 



■ defective illustrations, xiii. 518, 

518 (n. 1). 
Bockel, John, his ' Plague Ordinance ' [1597], 

xiv. 101, 103 (n. 1). 
Booking, iii. 187 (n. ). 
Bbckingen, iv.]177, 262, 264. 
Bocklin, councillor to Emperor Charles V., 

vi. 538. 
Bocklin, Gert., witch-trial of [1589], xvi. 

280 (n. 2). 
Bocksberger, Melchior, of Salzburg, his 

Befreiung d. Altvater aus d. Vorholle durch 

Christus, xi. 219. 
Bockshirn, Conrad, shoemaker of Leipzig, 

xiv. 240 (n. 1). 
his anti-Lutheran pamphlet, Eine 

Krefftige Enveisung d. freyen willens 

[1534], xiv. 240 («. 1). 
Bockskay, Stephen, of Transylvania (rebel), 

ix. 422, 427, 430. 
makes common cause with Calvinist 

rebels under Valentin omonnay for 

defence of ' true religion,' H 424. 

penetrates into Upper Hungary, ix. 424. 

proclaimed Grand Prince of Transyl- 
vania and King of Hungary [1604], ix. 



424. 



his reasons for rebellion, ix. 425. 
— his successes, ix. 425. 
■ concludes peace [1606], ix. 427. 
■ terms of treaty, ix. 427. 



— condemned by Elector Christian II. of 
Saxony as rebel against Emperor, ix. 431. 

— criticism of his actions and motives, 



ix. 431. 
taken under protection of Elector 

Palatine Frederic IV., ix. 431. 
' Bockspiel Martini Luthers, darinnen fast 

alle Stande der Menschen begriffen, etc' 

[1531], xii. 59-60-7, 67 (n. 1). 

performed at Rambach, xii. 60. 

■ its purpose, xii. 60. 

characters appearing in, xii. 60-7. 

its authorship, xii. 67 («. 1). 

Bode, on falsification of coinage, xv. 71 (n. 1), 

89 (n. 2). 
Bode, Geschichte d. deutsch. Eunst, xi. 

141 (n. 2). 
on German Renaissance style in Ges- 
chichte d. deutschen Kunst, xi. 1 12 (n. 1). 



Bode, on Renaissance in Germany in the 

same, xi. 114 («. 2). 
on sculpture in Germany in the same, 

xi. 136 (m. 2). 

Studien, xi. 152 (n. 2), 157 («. 4). 



Bodemann, xv. 103 (n. 2). 

Bodemann, Julius von Braunschweig, viii. 

423 (n. 1), 428 (n. 1) ; xv. 231 (n. 1), 276 

(n. 1), 315 (n. 1), 336 (n. 1). 
Weihe u. Einfuhrung, viii. 423 (n. 3), 

426 (n. 1, 3, 4), 428 (n. 1) ; xi. 166 

(«. 1). 
in Zeitschrift d. Histor. Vereins fur 

Niedersachsen, viii. 428 («. 1). 
Boden, William, to Duke Maximilian I. of 

Bavaria on drunken habits of Elector 

Christian II. of Saxony [1607], xv. 234 

(«. 5). 
Bodenstein, Adam von, of Basle, disciple of 

Theoph. Paracelsus, xiv. 2, 2 (n. 1). 
his death at Basle [1577] of plague, xiv. 

3, 3 (n. 2). 
Bodent, iv. 194 (n. 1). 

Bodin, Jean [French parliamentary coun- 
cillor], xvi. 398, 473. 
advocates tyrannicide [1576], x. 371 

(n. 1). 
opponent of Johann Weyer on subject 

of witches in his book, xvi. 383-4. 
insists on persecution, torture, and 

burning of witches in his book, translated 

into German by John Fischart, Daemono- 

mania vom aussgelassnen wiltigen Teufels- 

fieer der besessenen, unsinnigen Hexen u. 

Hexenmeister [1581], xi. 380-1, 380 In. 1), 

382. 
— — exhorts magistrates and judges to visit 

severest penalties of the law upon witches 

and sorcerers, xi. 385. 
his views about witches and sorcerers, 

xi. 387-8. 

book put on ' Index,' xvi. 387 (n. 2). 

teaching of, regarding proofs of 

sorcery, xvi. 501. 
Bodmann, Karl von, Canon of Mayence, iii. 

295. 
on distressful condition of Germany, 

iii. 154 ; iv. 1-2. 

on oppression of the Church, iii. 183. 

early belief in Luther changed, iii. 202-3. 

questions outcome of Luther's 

teachings, iii. 240-1. 
on Erfurt revolutionists [1521], iii. 

249-50. 
his fears regarding Albrecht, Abp. of 

Mayence, iii. 252. 
on Sickingen's enterprise against Abp. 

of Treves, iii. 285-6. 

on Luther, iii. 342-3. 

on secret intrigues of Francis I. of 

France, iv. 12. 
on proposed peace embassy to Francis 

I., Henry VIII., and Charles V., iv. 26-7. 
on deterioration of clergy since intro- 
duction of new teachings, iv. 47. 
on unfair attitude of ' Estates ' towards 



the Church, iv. 37. 

— on conduct of 
clergy [1524], iv. 49. 

— on increase of 



princes towards the 

immorality among 
German Catholic clergy since introduction 
of new ' evangel ' [1525], xvi. 50-1, 52. 

Bodmer, on John Fischart, xi. 374. 

Body of Christ, omnipresencs of, doctrine of, 
maintained in Book of Concord, x. 267. 

attacks on and defence of doctrine, x. 

267-71. 

Boeheim, W., Augsburger Waffenschmiede, xi. 
186 (». 2). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Boeheim.w ,Der Hofplattntsi d.BryherzogsFer- 

,/,, I toI, Jakob Topf, xi. 203 (n.l). 

Boehm, i\ L28 (n. 2), LS2 (n. 2), 133 (n. 1), 

LSS n 1 1, 136 (n. 1). 
Boehmer. Meditations* in ConsMutionem 

arolinam, vi. 113 (n. l). 
Boero, Bdbadiglia, viii. 222 (n. 1, 3). 
Boero, Canuio, ix. 297 (n. 1), 325 (n. 2). 
Boero, Jaw, viii. 220 (n. 2), 221 (n. 1, 3), 229 

(IS, 3). 

Boethius, Henry, xlv. 170. 

Boflert, DM Interim in W iirtetnberg, vi. 415 

(». 1), 416 (n. 1). 
Bofllngen, tree or imperial city, ii. 129. 
Bogen, Andreas, von Miltenbcrg (attorney), 

his protest against methods adopted at 

witch-trials, xvi. 490-1, 491 (n. 1). 
Bogislaus, Duke, Pomerania united under, 

ii. 159. 
Boguslaw, Duke, letter of, xv. 32 (n. 1). 
Boheim, George, paints sepulchre of 

Sebastian Schilter, xi. 47. 
Bohemia, vi. 474; vii. 269 ; x. 445, 484, 622 ; 

x. 407, 407 (n. 3), 411, 417, 443, 451, 605. 

absence of free cities in, ii. 129. 

miners of, ii. 38. 

king of, created Elector of German 

Monarchy, ii. 122. 
severed from Holy Roman Empire, ii. 

191. 

Taborites of, iii. 358. 

Miinzer in, iv. 88. 

religious anarchy in, iv. 118 20. 

1 f ussitc wars in. iv. 12:;. 
■sentiments of nobles regarding, iv. 



223 1. 



i it of, iv. 126. 



be of, during Hussite wars, described 
by Laurentins von Brezowa, iv. 126. 

— Hussites in, watchword of, iv. 186. 

- rival candidates for crown <>f, v. 18-20. 

— Archd ike Ferdinand elected to throne 
of, v. 20-1. 

— endeavour to drive Archduke Ferdinand 
out of, v. 369. 

olf from whole of Christendom by 
Wallachians under Zapolya, v. 378. 

plan of attack on, by confederate 
princes, \ , 399. 

orrectiou in, put down by King 
I rdinand, vi. 75. 

— danger threatening, from Turks [1541], 
vi. 165. 

I. -t.it' 3 of, combine to resist the Turks, 
vi. 166. 

crown of, to pass to House of Bavaria 
should male heirs fail Ferdinand, vi. 308. 

Ferdinand's preparations for war in, 
vi. 316 (n. 1). 

suggestion that Duke Maurice of 
Baxony shall become king of, vi. 344. 

in n vnlt, ;i mi UtraquTsI party in, hold 
oul prospect of the crown to Klector .lolin 
ony, \i. 360. 

— many nobles of, adopt the Elector 
• lour, vi. 860 

sche to mato Sultan Solj man masti r 

of, vi. 504. 

iniiiK nee ol Canlslus in, viii. 291 . 

Maximilian 1 1. on Ferdinand's 

death. \in 

■ > ■ .ii -t .i nt difficulty to Empire, ix. 40. 

kingdom Of, dooi 1 if Austria loses 

Impel i d crown, \k. 129. 

ndal exhaustion of, by expi i 

I urki-li war. i\. 200. 

throne of, aimed at by Elector Palatine 
I'r di rtc IV., Ix. 246. 

— Protestant i tates of, declare their 



1 1 termination to free themselves from 

Habsburg yoke, ix. 246. 
Bohemia, Marian student congregations in, 

ix. 318 (n. 1). 
oppression of Calvinists in [1607], ix. 

501. 
plans to win over to Protestant party, 

ix. 503. 
proposal of Protestant king for 

Bohemia [16031, ix. 504. 

Archduke Maximilian proposed as king 



of, ix. 507. 
declines ' new king of any sort,' ix. 508. 

— reversion of crown of, offered to Arch- 
duke Matthias by Rudolf II., ix. 508. 

immediate transfer of sovereign 

authority in, demanded bv Matthias, ix. 
508. 

— Provincial Diet of, convened by 
Emperor Rudolf II. [1608], ix. 509. 

— Emperor proposes to nominate Arch- 
duke Matthias ' Reversioner of the 
Kingdom,' ix. 509. 

— Protestant members demand redressing 
of twenty -liv i grievances, ix. 509. 

Rudolf II. gives written consent to all 

demands saving only those relating to 
religion, ix. 510. 

promises to convene special pro- 
vincial Diet for consideration of religious 
questions, ix. 510. 

— Estates at, inform Archduke Matthias 
that they decline assent to dethronement 
of Rudolf II.. and that Matthias must be 
satisfied with possession of Austria and 
Hungary and reversion of Bohemian 
crown, and must withdraw his army, ix. 
510-1. 

— number of factions in, x. 411-2. 

— Provincial Diet summoned by Pro- 
testant Estates of, for settlement of re- 
ligious questions [1609], x. 412. 

— Estates at, demand religious freedom 
and control of divine worship and educa- 
tion, x. 412-3. 

• demand full control of Prague 



University, x. 413. 

■ demands firmly opposed by l.obko- 



witz, Slawata, and Martinitz, \. 413. 

•demands of Protestant Estates 



rejected by Ktimcror Rudolf II., x. 413. 
— Diet dissolved, x. 413. 
■Christian of Anlialt hopes to become 



king of, x. 418. 

Emperor Rudolf II. 



plans to make 
Archduke Leopold king of, x. 430. 

— to be appealed to, to aid Protestant 
Union, x. 44s. 

invaded i>v Emperor Rudolf II. 's 
troops under General Ramee, x. 488. 
country laid waste by, \. 488. 

Estates of, warned by King Matthias 
against Emperor Rudolf II. ! 1611], x. 494. 

treat Emperor Rudolf II. like a 
prisoner, x. 494. 

Elector of, x. 494. 

— condition <>i public affairs in [1611], x. 
495. 

unrest In [1613], x. r.17. 

— political conditions in [1613], x. 551 . 

— resolution in, to depose House oi 
Habsburg and to offer crown to John 
George. Elector of Saxony, x. r>.">2. 

Protestant Estates Of, and their alliance 

with Protestant League [1615], si. 589. 

— negotiation tor Archduke Ferdinand's 
candidal ore tor croy a of, x. 615 22. 

— totterimj position <>i House of Habs- 
burg in [1017], x. 620-1. 



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INDEX 



Bohemia, Provincial Diet of, summoned by 
Emperor Matthias [1617], x. 622. 

Archduke Ferdinand accepted as king 

bv Protestant, Ecclesiastical, and Catholic 
Estates, x. 622. 
■ expected rising of Protestant leaders in 



[1617], x. 628. 

— outbreak of rebellion in [1618], x. 628. 

— its effect on plans of Protestant League. 
x. 628-9. 

— Heidelberg, x. 628, 629. 
portentous birth in [1576], xli. 233, 



233 (n. 5). 

— terrifying vision seen in, xii. 257-8, 
258 (w. 1). 

— outbreaks of bubonic plague in [1582- 
1606], xiv. 75, 81. 

— decline of mines in, xv. 96-7. 
■ witch-persecution in [1540], xvi. 308. 



' Bohemian Brothers,' the, ii. 301 ; vii. 38. 

■ their attacks on Boman Church, ii. 



301. 



• and study of the Bible, iii. 20. 



' Bohemian Confession ' : see Confession, 

Bohemian. 
' Bohemian Error, The,' by Hans Folz, i. 282. 
Bohemian Estates : see Estates, Bohemian. 

ore, ii. 41 . 

warrior brotherhoods spread Hussite 

doctrines wherever employed, iv. 128. 
Bohemians, x. 81. 
general dread of, during Hussite wars, 

iv. 127-8. 
Bohemus, Martin, preacher at Lauben, his 

twenty-three sermons on the human body, 

xiv. 476-7, 477 (n. 1). 
on unsuitable dress worn by peasantry, 

xv. 378, 378 (w. 3). 
Bohlau, xv. 145 (n. 1), 152 (n. 1). 
Bohm, Hans, bagpiper of Niclashausen, 

claims advanced by, iv. 130. 
his teachings and advocacy of return to 

state of nature, iv. 130-2. 

strong following of, iv. 131. 

■ taken prisoner, iv. 132. 

• attempted rescue of, iv. 132. 

confessions of, iv. 132. 



Bohme, Jacob, shoemaker of Gorlitz and 
pantheistic visionary [1575-1624], xiv. 
7-8, 140, 142. 

develops ideas of Paracelsus and Weigel 

and is first to bring out philosophical 
writings in German language, xiv. 7-8. 

his pamphlet Die Morgenrote im 

Aufgange [1612], xiv. 8. 

brings him into conflict with ortho- 



dox Lutherans, xiv. 8. 
undertakes to abstain from further 

writing [1613], xiv. 8. 

returns to authorship [1619], xiv. 8. 

publishes Weg zu Christo [1624], xiv. 8. 

orthodox Lutherans again incensed, 

xiv. 8, 8 (n. 1). 

his early death [1624], xiv. 8. 

his friendship with alchemists, xiv. 8 

In. 1). 
Bohmer, viii. 369 (n. 1) ; x. 126 (». 1), 514 

(n. 1), 521 (». 1). 
Bohmer bequest, xi. 210 (n. 5), 213 (n. 4). 
Bohmer, Forties, ii. 121 (»). 
Bohmer, Leben v. Janssen, xiii. 459 (n. 2). 
Bohmiseh-Brod.Archduke Matthias advanced 

with army to [1608], i *. 508-9. 
' Bohmische Landtagsverhandlungen,' v. 19 

(n. 1, 2, 3, 4), 21 (». 2), 22 (n. 1), Appendix, 

note iii. p. 546 ; ix. 274 (n. 2). 
Bohn, E., Orl. de Lassus als Komponist 

ivelUicher deutscher Lieder, xi. 305 (n. 3), 

307 (n. 1). 



Bohnenstadt, B., Das Prozessverfahren gegen 
d. Kursachsischen Kanzler Dr. Nikolaus 
Krell [1591-1601], ix. 227 (n. 2). 

Bohringen, low morals in [1535], xvi. 42. 

Bois-le-Duc, viii. 291. 

Boisseree, Sulpice, on genius of Michael 
Angelo, x. 89 (n. 1). 

Boissise, French envoy, attends debates of 
Protestant League at Schwabisch-Hale 
[1610], x. 447. 

his instructions, x. 447. 

letter of, to King Henry IV. of France, 

concerning proposed removal of imperial 
crown from House of Habsburg, x. 451-2. 
■reports on poverty of Archduke 



Leopold [1610], x. 457. 

Boitzenburg, monastery of, handed over to 
bailiff Hans von Arnim to pay Elector 
Joachim II. 's debts, vi. 68. 

Boje, Nicholas, on decline of morals in 
Dithmarsch, xvi. 49-50, 50 (n. 1). 

Boleyn, Anne. v. 345. 

Boll, C., Geschichte Mecklenburgs, v. 104 
(w. 4) ; vi. 524 (n. 2) ; xv. 152 (n. 1), 
471 (n. 1), 482 (n. 3) ; xvi. 109 (n. 1), 
156 (n. 2), 506 (n. 2). 

Bologna, Jacob Griesinger's school of glass- 
staining at. i. 211. 

■ treaty of, v. 238. 

all saving fifteen legates at Council of 

Trent remove to, vi. 381. 

Charles V.'s anger at, vi. 382. 



— solemn declaration in, by Charles V. 
concerning removal of Council of Trent to, 
vi. 388. 

— Council at, dissolved by Pope Paul 111., 
vi. 408. 

— fountain at, xi. 145-6. 

— apparition at, xii. 349. 

theological disputations held at [1515], 

xiv. 316. 
School of Law : 



see Law, Bologna 
School of. 

— University, German students at, i. 93. 
■ study of Hebrew at, i. 103. 



Bologna, Gian, xi. 146 (n. 4). 

Bologna, Giovanni da, and the Emperors 

Maximilian II. and Rudolf II., xi. 203 

[n. 1). 
Bolstedt, village of, destroyed, iv. 292. 
Bolte, J., xii. 75 (n. 1), 88 (n. 1), 91 (w. 1), 

188 (n. 4) ; xiii. 173 (n. 2), 174 (n. 1), 

197 (n. 1), 207 (n. 1). 
Die Singspiele d. engl. Komodianten und 

ihrer Nachfolger, xii. 179 (n. 6). 
Ein Spandauer Weihnachts spiel [1549], 

xii. 101 (n. 1), 128 (n. 2), 129 (n. 1), 131 

(n. 1), 133 (n. 5). 
Martin Montanus' Schwankbucher [1557- 

66], xii. 190 (n. 1), 191 (w. 1). 
Bolte, S., Das Danziger Theater im 16. u. 17. 

Jahrh., xii. 163 (n. 2). 
Boltnigen, hamlet of, Duke Frederic of 

Wurtemberg installs Protestant preacher 

in place of Catholic pastor in [1599], ix. 

261. 
Boltz, Valentin, Paulas Bekehrung by [1546], 

xii. 14 (n. 1). 
Bolwiller, Baron de, vii. 320 (n. 1). 
Bbmer, A., Texte u. Farschungen zur Ge- 
schichte d. Erziehung, xiii. 71 (n. 1). 
Bonacasa, Mirabilis de, tirade against Juan 

Mariana in Ficta. 
Bonacorsi, vi. 104 (n. 2). 
Boner, Ulrich, author of Precious Stones, i. 

285. 
Bonet de Lates, physician to Pope Leo X., 

Reuchlin's letter to, iii. 59. 
Bongars, Ambassador of King Henry IV. of 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



France to Protestant Princes of Germany, 

Lc. 277, 281 ; x. 4:52. 432 (n. 4), 433 (n. 4). 
Bongars, 1 1 i-i opinion of German Protestant 

Princes, x. L90, 190 (». 1). 
BOllcite Elector Palatine Frederic IV. 

to join League against Spain [1596], ix. 

198, 199. 
letter to Kin' Henry iV. of France, 

concerning hL-s action towards Protestant 

League oi Princes [1616], x. 451. 
,an- plana to be drawn of 

Breteach and Freiburg, x. 453, 453 (n. 1). 
advises Venice to break with Rome, 

etc x. 444. 

Lettres, ix. 198 (n. 4). 

Bongert, Derick, sculptor, i. 185. 

Boniface III., Pope, x. 21. 

Boniface VIII., fate of, iv. 9-10. 

• Bonifatiuslitteratur d. Magdeburger Cen- 

turiatoren,' A. Nurnberger, x. 7 (n. 1). 
Bonn, vi. 229, 281 : ix. 78. 

Minster, i. 171. 

Archbp. Gebhard makes himself 

master of [1582], ix. 42-3. 
holds his court and is married at, 



ix. 51. 

his dissolute way of life ia, ix. 57. 

his store of artillery at. ix. 68. 

- - falls into bands of Ernest, Duke 



of 



Bavaria, Archbp. of Cologne, ix. 88. 

Bucer's first sermon in, vi. 229. 

Provincial Diet at [1543], vi. 231-2. 

Jesuit Mission Station founded at [1586], 

ix. 313. 
Bonnard, Th. Eraste et la discipline ecclesi- 

astique, xiv. 44 (n. 1). 
Bbnnevet, Admiral, ii. 280. 
sent by Francis I. in command of 

army to Italy [1523], iv. 77. 
Bonnus, Hermann, of Lubeck, on disastrous 

effects of religious freedom [1552], xvi. 

25-6, 26 (n. 1). 
Boncmi, John Francis, dreads effect on cause 

of Catholic religion of Diet of Augsburg 

[1582], ix. l."> 16, 16 (n. 1). 

letter to Archbishop of Prague, ix. 15. 

his Epislolario, 1582-84, ix. 16 (n. 1, 2). 

his labours to ameliorate ecclesiastical 

conditions in Germany, and his ' reports,' 

ix. 90 (n. 1). 

his death [1587], ix. 90 (n. 1). 

1 ulog] of, by Ehses, ix. 90 (». 1). 

and secret convention of spiritual 

Electors, ix. ll6(n. l). 
sent as permanent Xuneio to Cologne 

[15841. ix. 303-4. 
holds Diocesan Svnod at Liege [1585], 

ix. 804, 

death of [1587], ix. 304. 

bis earnest character and piety, ix. 304. 
'Biok and Life of ths Fable-writer Esop, 

translated,' i. 308 I 

I • rg d see Bergen Books. 
Book censorship, xiv. 498 518. 
—exercised by Cologne University 

[1479], xiv. 498, 198 (n. 1). 
exercised bi Irchbp. Bertold von 

HcnrielHTg[i ! \iv. 498, 498 (n. 2). 
by Papacy 1 1486, 1496, 1501, 

we 

Empire against writings by 

Luther |i:>21]. xiv. 198-9, 499 (n, I i. 

in Bavaria and Austria, xiv. 499- 501. 

suppree ion ol Catholic i ka in 

Btraasburg [1624 . i >02 (n. 2). 

of, in Frankfort-on-the-Maln 



muiii.ite.il ..i Catholic I k in 

Nuremberg [1648], xiv. 602, 602 (n. B). 



Book censorship, imprisonment of printer of 
Catholic books at Rostock [1532],xiv.502 3. 

of anti-Lutheran books by Elector 

John of Saxony [1528], xiv. 504, 504 
(n. 3). 

by Henry the Pious, Duke of Saxony 



[1539], vi. 53; xiv. 504. 

by Augustus, Elector of Saxony 



[1571], xiv. 504-5. 

in Pfalz-Zweibrucken, xiv. 505, 505 



(n. 2). 



• Baden, xiv. 505, 505 (n. 2). 
— Wiirtemberg, xiv. 505, 505 (n. 2). 
bv Christopher, Duke of Wurtem- 
berg [1557], xiv. 505, 505 (n. 3). 

by Frederick, Duke of Wurtem- 



berg [1601], xiv. 505, 505 (n. 3). 

■ Protestant Assembly at Naumburg 



[1561], xiv. 505, 505 (w. 4). 

office of, to whom entrusted by 

Protestant Princes, xiv. 506. 

of Press in Protestant towns, xiv. 



507-13. 
Book illustrations, demand for, i. 22. 

• Book of Chronicles, The,' i. 296-7. 
— wood-engravings in, i. 218. 

Book of Cologne : see Cologne, Book of 

Reform. 
Book of Concord : see Bergen Book and 

Torgau Book. 
' Book of Confessions,' Bellarumi, x. 346. 
Book of Confutation : see Confutation Book. 
' Book of Daniel,' paraphrase of. by Matthew 

Gothus [1573], xiii. 341 («. 1). 
' Book of Ecclesiastes,' Luther's opinion of. 

xiv. 424. 
' Book of Ecclesiastical Law,' the, viv. 382. 
' Book of Exercises,' St. Ignatius, xvi. 78. 

• Book of Fruits, The,' i. 325. 

• Book of Fruits. Trees, and Roots,' i. 340, 

343-4, 345, 348. 
' Book of Fruit and Grain,' i. 342. 
' Book of Nature,' extensive sale of, i. 343 : 

see also Jluch der Natur. 
' Book of Neobulus,' vi. 128-32 : see also 

' Dialogue ' and Lenning. 
Book of Refutation, vii. 52-5. 
'Book of Revelation,' Luther's rejection of, 

iii. 239-40 : xiv. 424. 424 (n. 3). 
1 Book of Sirach,' xiv. 430. 
' Book of Virtue and Wisdom, from Aesop 

and put into good rhymes,' by Erasmus 

Alber, xii. 198-200, 198 (n. 2). 
' Book of Virtues,' by Hans von Vintler, 

i. 285-6. 
' Book of Witches,' Thomas Sigfridus [1594], 

xi. 230, 230 (n. 1). 
Book, Torgau : see Torgau Book. 
Book-binding, first instance of artistic, i. 21. 
— ■ — Its deterioration, xiv. 527, 527 (n. 2). 
Book trade, customs of, early origin of, 

i. 18-19. 

German, the development, i. 18-21. 

Frankfort-on-the-Main as centre of, 

i. 18. 
decline of German [1523], iii. 860, 

560 (n.) : see also Printing and Book 

Trade. 
Books, approximate number contained in 
edition in 15th and 16th cents., i. 24, 

24 [n.). 
excluded from Bavarian schools, xiii. 

154. 

ordered to be read in schools, xiii. 

152, 154 5, L62 3, 163 (n. I . 

lest, xii. 186 92. 

on drinking and carousing, xii. 210-18, 

211 (n. 2i. 
popular, largo issue of, i. 22-3. 



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INDEX 



Books, the travelling of, i. 18. 

their general 'get-up,' i. 21; xiv. 

525-8. 
Boor, A. de, Beilraje zur Geschichie <'. 

Speirer Reichstajes, vi. 251 (». 1) 253 

(n. 1), 254 (». 1). 
Boos, xiv. 50 (n. 2). 68 (n. 3). 
' Boot,' the, xvi. 405. 
Bopfingen [town] submits to Charles V. 

and is granted permission to retain Pro- 
testant religion, vi. 349. 
Boppard [town] threatens to join peasant 

rising, iv. 283. 
thirty witches burnt at stake at [1494], 

xvi. 267, 267 (w. 1). 
Boquet, Henri, recommends the strangling 

of witch-children [1603], xvi. 401, 401 

(«. 2). 
Boquin, Calvinistic Professor of Theology 

at Heidelberg University, sometime 

Carmelite Prior of Bourges, xiii. 283 ; 

xiv. 176. 
-represents Zwinglian-Calvinistic views 

at Heidelberg, vii. 67. 
• condemns Neuser and Silvan as 



blasphemers, viii. 159. 

on Order of the Jesuits [1576], ix. 310. 

Bor, historian, viii. 23. 

Bora, Catherine von (wife of Martin Luther), 

v. 280, 280 {n. 4), 306 (n. 1) ; xi. 71 (n. 2). 

rescued from convent, iii. 334. 

letters to, from Luther, vi. 109-10. 

her want and misery in widowhood, 

vi. 281 (n. 1). 

her flight to Torgau, vi. 281 («. 1). 

her death, vi. 281 (n. 1). 

Borch, Jasper van der, canon at Bielefeld 

and rector of Soest, xii. 71 (n. 3). 
Borcht, Balthasar von der, burgher of 

Frankfort [1610], representation of, on 

window pane, xi. 69. 
Bordesholm, altar-screen by Hans Briigge- 

mann of Husum at [1521], xi. 136, 136 

(n. 3). 
Bording, xiii. 291 (n. 1). 
Borghese, Cardinal, xi. 188. 
letter to, from Bishop Klesl on Klesl 

being raised to Cardinalate, x. 548 (». 2). 
letter from, to Cardinal Madruzzi, x. 

548 (re. 2). 
Borgia, Francesco, Vicar-General of Order 

of Jesuits [1562], ix. 375 ; xiii. 156 (n. 5), 

199 (n. 3). 
letter to, from Canisius, on defence of 

Jesuits, viii. 241, 241 (n. 1). 
■ on danger of Jesuits being engaged 

in affairs of State, x. 352. 352 (re. 1). 
on excellence of schoolmasters in Jesuit 

schools in Germany, xiii. 130, 130 («. 1). 
Boris Godunov, Czar of Russia, refuses to 

recognise the Hanseatic League [1603], 

xv. 11. 
Bork, Sidonia von, trial of, for witchcraft, 

xvi. 510-1, 511 (n. 1). 
Borken, Gothic church at, i. 171. 
Born, Franz, Dr., of Madrigal, on depravity 

of the Margrave Edward Fcrtunatus of 

Baden [1595], xv. 320, 320 (ra. 2). 
Borna, inquisitorial visitation in, v. 88. 
Bornholm, Liibeck fleet scattered off, v. 484. 
Borrius, Peter, xvi. 184. 
Borromacus : see Borromeo. 
Borromeo, C, vii. 335 (n. 1) ; ix. 321 («. 1). 
his admiration for ' Roman Catechism,' 

viii. 277. 
endeavours, at Council of Trent, to 

promote the founding of Jesuit colleges 

throughout Christendom, viii. 263. 
' Bbrse der Barmherzigkeit,' xv. 430. 



Bosch, Hieronymus, xi. 227 (n. 1). 

his representation of Death, xi. 217. 

as painter of devils, xi. 219, 220 (n. 1). 

his devil's kitchens, xi. 222, 222 (n. 1). 

Fett und Wurstfresser ascribed to, xi. 

225-6. 
Bosch, Kornelis [engraver], xi. 173. 
Boschenstein, John, of Erlangen and Ingol- 

stadt, i. 137. 
Boselli, Pietro [coppersmith of Venice], 

xi. 141. 
Bosnia, submits to Turks, ii. 199. 
Bossert, G., Die Wirkung d. Reformation auf 

Schule und Bildung nach Janssen, xiii. 

13 (n. 1), 14 (n. 1), 488 (n. 1). 

J oh. Hoffmeister, xiv. 246 (n. 1). 

Bossinger, John, jurist and writer in defence 

of Catholic Church, xiv. 240 (n. 1). 
his 1st derm Keine Salbe mehr in GUead ? 

[1549], xiv. 240 (re. 1). 
Boston, Hausa in, ii. 46. 
'Botanik,' Bischoff, xiii. 515 («. 1), 527 (n. 1), 

543 (re. 1). 
' Botanik,' Jessen, xiii. 510 (ra. 1), 534 (n. 1). 
'Botaniker Euch, Rosslin, Theodor Dorsten 

u. Adam Lonicerus,' Roth, xiv. 51 (». 2). 
' Botanische Garten d. Universitat Halle 

(Der),' Gr. Krause, xiii. 534 (n. 1). 
' Botanische Garten (Der),' Schwertschlager, 

xiii. 532 (n. 3), 536 (n. 1). 
' Botanischen Garten (Die),' Kerner, xiii. 509 

(re. 1), 513 («. 1), 534 (n. 1). 
' Botanisches Theater,' by Caspar Bauhin 

[1623], xiii. 542, 542 (n. 2). 

index of plants in, xiii. 542. 

' Botanologikon,' by Buricius Cordus, xiii. 

511. 
Botany, in the Middle Ages, xiii. 507-45. 
— — Albert the Great's services to, xiii. 507. 
reasons for absence of progress in 

science of, xiii. 507-8. 
regarded merely from standpoint of 

healing art of magic, xiii. 508. 
first attempts at direct investigation 

of nature through plants, xiii. 508-9. 

pioneers among botanists, xiii. 509. 

Bote, Simon, his Deutscher Diktionaruts 

[1571], xii. 223-4, 224 (n. 1). 
' Botenbrod,' v. 20. 
Bbtticher, Katharina, xvi. 157. 
Bottwar, endowment of pulpit at, i. 39, 40. 
Botzen, Passion-play acted at [1514], xii. 3-4. 
Botzer, Quirin, xvi. 467 (n. 3). 
Boudevilliers, disturbances in church of, 

v. 137 

writings of, i. 300-1. 
son-in-law to Elector 
IV., and leader of 



Bouillon, Godfrey de, 
Bouillon, Duke of, 
Palatine Frederic 
Huguenots, x. 623. 
Prince Christian 



of Anhalt communi- 



cates with, concerning Protestant League, 

x. 407, 407 (w. 1). 
Count Palatine John Casimir en- 
deavours to tempt, to take part in 

Cologne war [1583], ix. 62. 
commands 4000 Huguenots and 13,000 

Swiss in Protestant army levied in support 

of Henry of Navarre [1587], ix. 133. 
quarrels with Fabian von Donna, ix. 

135. 
his conspiracy against Henry IV. of 

France, ix. 283. 
Boulogne, taken possession of by Henry 

VIII., vi. 258. 
Bourbon, Cardinal of, and succession to 

throne of France, ix. 107. 
Bourbon, Duke Charles of, Constable r ,of 



France, his 
Francis I., iv 



treachery 
11. 



feared by King 



05 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Bourbon, ' - service of 

Emperor Charles \ ., \. 9, 9 [n. 1). 
advances against Rome, v. 190. 

mortally w ■ x , ' 1 " 

Bourses, high repute of school of law at, 

xiii. 413. 
n nml -man students at, xin. 

college of ; by Conrad Gesner, 

xiii. 521. 
Bourgogne, nine lordships i'i, bestowed on 

Count Palatine John Casimir, viii. 205. 
Bourgueil, Abbey of, bestowed on Bussy 

d'Amboise, vil. 266 (n. 1). 
Bouterwek, I I . vi. 05 (n. 1). 
Zur Wiedert&ufer-LUeratur, viii. 37 

(n. 3). 
Bovillus, xiii. 422. 
Bovius, Thomas, physician, xiv. 4. 

his'cure.'xii. 286. 280 01.2). 

Bovolenia, Maximilian I. reviews troops at, 

ii. 23 
Boyneburg, George von, envoy to Charles 

V. from Smalcald League, at Ghent, vi. 

102 3. 
Bozen, ii. 86. 
Capuchin monastery founded at, ix. 

344. 
Franciscan devotion to plague-stricken 

at [10121. xiv. Ill, 111 (n. 3). 

tribunal at, xv. 178. 

Brabant, ii. 60 ; vi. 341. 

Strength of Anabaptists in, v. 471. 

Duke John Frederic II. of Saxony 

plans to lead army into, vi. 421. 
invasion of, threatened by Protestant 

Princes [1563], viii. 16. 
to be made over to William of Nassau, 

Prince of ( trange in projected partition of 
norlands [1566], viii. 33. 
to become appanage of Empire under 

Prince of Orange [1571 J. viii. no. 

peaceful condition of [1574J, viii. 144. 

Duke of Alencon inaugurated as Duke 

of [1582], ix. 35, 36. 

school of painting, xi. 25 (n. 2). 

iconoclasm in, xi. 37. 

Brabant, Henning, town prefect of Bruns- 
wick, his trial for Borcery, xii. 380; xvi. 

212. 212 (n. 2), 500 (n. 3)." 

visited by the devil [10041, xii. 380-3. 

his confession and death [1604J, xii. 

183 (n. 1). 
Bracktnheim, endowment of pulpit at, i. 

39, I t. 
peasants of , deprived of their harvesl 

wine. xv. 324, 324 (n. 1). 
Bradford, v. 55 (n. 1). 
Correspondence of Emp. Charles V., iv. 

10 (n.). 
Braxadino, Marco, gold-maker from Cyprus, 

exposed as impostor and hung, xv. 

295 (n. 1). 
Brahe, Tycho, advocates acceptance oi 

■ ■:: |. \. 55. 
Brand, salary of rector at bcdooI at, xiii. 120, 

>. 21. 
Brand, Ahasuerus, on life ol Protestant 

p it Glengcn, \ 1 
Branda, 1 1 1524], on effect ol 

II ussite war. iv. 1 27. 
Brandenburg, Mark of, Electorate of, v. 
246 ; \i 849 (11. 1) ; vlil. II-; \. 126 : 

1 dness in. i. 9 1 5, 
to Ci utonio Order, 

il. 1 



Brandenburg, church in, i. 170. 

vineyards in, i. 341. 

Jews in, seizure of, ii. 77. 

Bp. Stephen of, in defence of Jews, ii. 

77. 

new representative district formed by, 

ii. 251. 
growth of power of Hohenzollerns in, 

ii. 159. 

gradual development of, ii. 189. 

estimated income of [1512], ii. 253. 

prohibitive edict issued against 

Luther's transl. of New Testament in, 

iii. 240 (n.). 
Protestantising of the Electorate of, 

vi. 59-72. 
evangelical preacher appointed in 

[1528], vi. 59. 
Commissioners for Electorate of, and the 

signing of the ' Bergen Book,' viii. 415. 
disapproval of pastors in, of articles 

on original sin of free-will, viii. 415. 
attitude of inferior clergy in princi- 
palities of, towards peasants' rising, iv. 

180. 
peasants of, pillage Abbey of Auhausen, 

iv. 324-5. 

go to Heidenheim, iv. 324-5. 

— encounter and suffer defeat by 

troops of Margrave Casimir near Ostheim, 

iv. 325. 
nobles of, free to enter foreign service, 

v. 447. 

Bishopric of, vi. 553. 

withdrawn from Catholic Church, vil. 

134. 
Bishopric of, passes to Electoral House 

of Brandenburg, viii. 342. 

• Joachim II. makes special arrange- 



ments with regard to, vi. 63. 

— heavy taxation in, vi. 66-7. 

— provincial Diet of, protests against 
heavy taxation and extravagance of 
Joachim II., vi. 67-9. 

— Elector Joachim II. 's reply to, vi. 67. 

— laws relating to bigamy in, vi. 113. 
variety of sects in, vii. 293-4. 

religious dissensions in, vii. 299-301. 

demoralisation in, caused by religious 

dissensions, vii. 299-301. 

— 'Estates' of, recall Morlin from exile, 

vii. 305. 

— its bankrupt condition under Elector 
Joachim II.. xv. 313-4. 

— the ' Torgau Book ' accepted in, viii. 
408. 

— Ambassadors of, point out to Elector 
advantages of dissolving Diet of Ratisbon 
[1008], ix. 498. 

— threatened bv Turkish army under 
Mehemet III. [1590], ix. 198. 

Elector of, religious rights of, ix. 405. 

opposition to Elector John Sigismund 

in town of [1616], x. 319-20. 

introduction of Calvinism into, x. 301- 

22. 

Calvinism Introduced into, by Elector 
Joachim II., x. 301. 

religious strife rampant in. x. 301 22. 

controversies regarding the ' Hosts ' in, 
x. 315-6. 

germane and riots In, x. 818 22. 
glass- painting in. xi. 150 (n. I), 

— Court comedians of, xii. 104. 104 (n. 1 ). 
— at Nuremberg [1613], xii - M5. 

rain oi corn in. xii. 2 18, 

portent in [ 1568], xii. 262. 

demoniacal occurrences in [1593], xii. 
337-8. 



66 



INDEX 



Brandenburg, Church ordinance of [1540- 

72], xiii. 34-5. 
its complaints of decav of education, 

xiii. 34-5, 35 (n. 1). 
school ordinance 



of, decrees reading 
and acting of Terence [15641, xiii. 168. 

— Protestant Electors of, and their lack of 
interest in history of the past, xiii. 439. 

— ravages of plague in [1597], xiv. 80, 
80 (n. 2). 

— edict against Luther's Bible issued in, 
xiv. 425. 

— dearth of Bibles in [1600], xiv. 450 



(n. 2). 

— and Pomerania, customs war of, xv. 
21 (n.2). 

— edict against foreign hawkers issued in 
[1536], xv. 23 (n.2). 

— -flooded with base coins [1617], xv. 82, 

82 (n. 4). 
— ' clipping ' of coins started in [1604], 

xv. 86, 86 (n. 5). 

— lassitic ownership in, xv. 149 (n. 1). 

— increased subjection of peasantry in, 
towards end 15th cent., xv. 152-8, 153 
(n. 1). 

first 



appearance of word Leibeigen- 
schaft in legal document in [1653], xv. 
158, 158 (n. 2). 

overrun by foreign beggars and in- 
cendiaries [1542], xv. 523-6, 524 (n. 1). 

measures taken against, xv. 524. 

religious and social conditions in, xvi. 

109-10. 

inspectoral ordinance of [1573], xvi. 

110, 110 (n. 2). 

edict against immorality [1600], xvi. 

147, 147 (n. 3). 
■ accusations and torturings of witches 



in [1545], xvi. 298-9, 298 (n. 1). 
witch trials in [1565-1604], xvi. 506-7, 

507 (n. 1). 
Brandenburg-Ansbach Memorandum [1602], 

xv. 76 (n. 1). 
depraved state of morals in, vi. 451 ; 

xvi. 36. 
Brandenburg-Culmbach, George, Margrave 

of : see George. 

Casimir : see Casimir. 

Brandenburg E ill en spiegel: s«eClavert, Hans. 
Brandenburg, House of, vi. 549 ; vii. 135. 
and its ' traditional affection for the 

King of France,' x. 428. 
Brandenburg, Joachim I. of : see Joachim I. 

Joachim II. of : see Joachim II. 

Brandenburg, Eric (historian), Die Gefan- 

gennahme Herzog Heinrick's durch d. 

Schmalkald Band, vi. 117 (n. 2), 293 (n. 1). 
Moritzv. Sachsen, vi. 59 (n. 1), 61 (n. 2), 

105 (n. 2), 191 (n. 2), 237 in. 1), 344 (n. 1), 

345 (n. 2). 
' Brandenburger Inventar,' Bergau, xi. 142 

(n. 1), 156 (n. 1). 
Brandenburgers, depart from Diet of 

Ratisbon [1608], ix. 492, 492 (n. 1). 
' Brandenburgische Domstiffskurie zu Mainz,' 

F. Schneider, xi. 129 (n. 1). 
Brandenstein, Colonel von, ambassador to 

Elector Christian II. of Saxony to Diet of 

Ratisbon [1608], ix. 479 (n. 1). 

execution of [1567], xvi. 206, 206 (n. 1). 

Brandes, ix. 153 (n. 5), 154 (n. 2), 227 (n. 1), 

232 (n. 2), 233 (n. 2) ; xvi. 453. 
Brandes, C, vii. 266 (n. 1). 
Brandi, vi. 540 (n. 2) ; vii. 173 (n. 5). 
Brandisser, Sigmund, warden at Rodenegg, 

iv. 240. 
' Brandspiegel,' by Johannes Pfefferkorn, iii. 

56. 



Brant, Onufrius, son of Sebastian Brant, i. 

290. 
Brant, Sebastian, birth of, i. 125. 

the friend of J. Heynlin, i. 123. 

on training of children, i. 25. 

settles at Strasburg, i. 28. 

appointed professor of law at Basle, 

i. 125. 

professor of classics at Basle, i. 125. 

published works of Petrarch, i. 125. 

books of jurisprudence, i. 125. 

Bible Concordance of 1496, i. 125. 

Bible with glossary by Nicholas of 

Lyra, i. 125. 

practical nature of character, i. 125. 

— — dislike of change, i. 126. 

writes Das Narrenschiff [1494], i. 125-6, 

288, 289-91 ; xi. 331, 333, 374 (». 2) ; xv. 

44 1; xvi. 258, 258 (n. 2). 

ridicule of peasants in, i. 232. 

-treatment of his subject, and his 

humour, xi. 335. 

- on beggar's tricks, xv. 425-6, 426 



(n. 2). 

Von Bettleren, xv. 426 (n. 2). 

— and Wunpheling, James, establish 
society for study of German history, i. 
128-9. 



collects materials for History of the 

Time, i. 129. 

his appeal to German princes, i. 132. 

his advice to princes, i. 287. 

his contributions to science and law, 

i. 304. 

on idlers, ii. 94. 

likens lawyers to robber knights, ii. 

175-6. 

hopes founded on Maximilian I., ii. 207. 

apostrophises Empire, ii. 277. 

complains of religious unrest, ii. 302. 

doubt as to wisdom of placing entire 

Scriptures into hands of people, ii. 303. 

fine editions of works of, i. 22. 

founder of new epoch in German 

literature, iii. 6. 
sorrow of, for corruptions of Church, 

iii. 19. 
his disagreement with Reuchlin regard- 
ing attacks on theologians, iii. 61. 

on influence of Hans BShm, iv. 131. 

prediction of, in poem, iv. 145. 

fulfilment of his prophecy, xi. 3. 

- on spread of German Bibles, xiv. 389. 



Bandy, increased popularity of, xv. 417, 417 

(n. 4). 
evils arising from, poem on [1493], 

xv. 417, 417 (n. 2). 

■Nuremberg police ordinance con- 



cerning [1496], xv. 417, 417 (n. 3). 

distilleries : see Distilleries. 

enactments and ordinances relating to 

consumption of, xv. 417-20. 
Brandy distilleries : see Distilleries. 
Brandy-d inking among burghers and 

peasants : see Burgher and peasant life. 
Brantii Vita I. Arminii, x. 257 (n. 1). 
Brantome, QZuvre*, viii. 8 (n. 5). 
' Brass bull,' the, xvi. 183. 
Brass foundries in Northern Germany, i. 

193-4. 
Brattelenmath, xi. 359 (n. 1). 
Braumiihl, A. von, Christoph Scheiner ate 

Mathematiker, Physiker, u. Astronom 

xiii. 478 (n. 1). 
E.itdeckung d. Sonnenflecken , xiii. 478 

(n. 1). 
Braun, Geschichte d. Kollejiums iter Jesuiten 

in Awjsbur>j. ix. 314 («. 8), 371 (n. 4), 372 

(n. 3), 373 in. 3) ; xiii. 395 (n. 2). 



67 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Brar- K 

M 

Braun. • 

for 

■ • 

« dvln- 

' ! 

Church, 

Braun, ll.irt:- 

'■'■ 
rmon] [\< 

in. Dni ■ ril. 847 

x\ 

I 

I 

tit-* 

■ .ut minis- 

v. I-.. I \ :-: ri 1). 

ther-makii 



the 



Braunau. 

(». 1). 

witch-trial infli n. 1). 

Brauoe, w 
Braunsber • 





■arth — -t >. i: . . m\ ■ i > ;.n 



Braurub*r«er, r 
Braunsber<er. 1' . 















Braunschweig, 

' Brau 

* Braumc ••nreichlchtf.' I 

me 



• Braunschw. Luth.-Aus?.,' xiii. 14 (ft. 1). 

■ Bread-letters,' Iv. 

Brecht, LIrin van. In- \iii. 191. 

Breda, an 

Bred.i '• t ol 

publi I (ft.). 

Bredenbach, tlatthl .>f gymnasium 

at 1 -i 15 . \i\. 840 

(» 

his r schoolmaster of crowd- ii 

s xiii. ] 

hi* Latin commentaries on I 

j, xiii. 146. 
■lirctteaufjebrockeii'ii 
■ 
of home training of children, 
rill 141 
Bredenbach, TQmann (15871 xi\ 

hta CoUatiomtm Smerorum Vbri VIII, 

ril. 845 («. l). 
Brederode, Oount Hem 

- in distribution of revolutionary 
kture In N 'therlands, rill. 81. 

hands i>. • -;t In name of 

I nobles i 1 gainst Inquisition, 

■ . rill. 81. 

struct ion of iltar> and in 
in church 

Holland to full to. In projected parti- 
tio 
Bregenz, Catholl , rvl 34, 

-irv in, x\ . 47. 
Breidenbach, B m lard von, t 

by, i 
Breisach, \ 

p drawn of, x I -. l). 

fortress of, plan of Protestant League 

Breisgau, 1 - . ri.841. 

peasantry 

■ Slckingen, iii. I 

'Ifc/iuh of I'ntt-r- 

peasantry of, join Hmuischuh of Int. r- 

grombach Iv 

the, It. 84 t 
attempts to Incite 
Lion in [1527], ■ 

i I tthollc 

i luir.li in. xiv 

■ M for wil 

\vi : 

Fr.-nenau. church ;it. i. I 

Breitensu Abbot of 

Breitinger, 

.t Zurich 
Breitkopt, I 1 in 

in lib* Ch 

hi* '. i in 

alchemy i 
on duty of aid I ; 

x\. 

Breitschedl. - ' istian, Qalvlnfet, coll 

• -. ■ 
thr 

revenge wreaked upon, bv burghen 

Breltschwert. % 

■ rl il (or •■• K 

Bremen, free Imp) I 






INDKX 



Bremen, Anabaptists obtain upper hand 

over Councillors and preachers [1533], v. 

472. 

plan for establishing Anabaptism in, v. 

477. 
issues edtci against Anabaptists, 

Roman Catholics, and Zwinglians, v. 481 . 
Bends delegate to Assembly of Smal- 

cald League [1537], v. 404, 

— joins alliance with Christian 111. of 

Denmark ami • »t I x< rs, \i. 10. 

-authorised by members of Smalcald 

League to suppress Catholic Church, vi. 

208. 
siege of, by Imperial troops under 

Christopher von Wirsberg and Duke Eric 

of Brunswick-Calenbcrg, vi. 365. 

■ siege raised, vi. 365. 

Brunswick, Magdeburg, and Hamburg 

join in fresh alliance, vi. 365. 
■letter from Henry J I. of Prance to, vi. 



365. 



places contingent of troops in field, vi. 



365. 

alter capitulation of Wittenberg sub- 
mits to Emperor, vi. 366. 

ranters in, vii. 58. 
— religious disturbances in, vii, 278 83; 
xiii. 113. 
- tumult in cathedral [1562], vii. 282. 
Hamburg and Liibeck sever relal 
with, vii. 282. 
— Danzig lays embargo on all ships and 
goods, etc., from, vii. 282. 

general ostracisation of, vii. 283. 
■ refuses to sign the ' Bergen Book,' viii. 



428. 

— theologians of, their anger against Dr. 
Andrea, viii. 435. 

— hastens to aid of Brunswick [1615], x. 
576. 

— King Christian IV. of Denmark plots 
to gain possession of Archbishopric of, for 
his son, x. 579. 

— King Christian IV. begins warlike pre- 
parations against [1615], x. 579-80. 

— 'corresponding' Hanseatic towns and 



States -General prepare to go to defence of, 
x. 580. 

King Christian desists from prepara- 



tions, x. 580. 
council-house at [1612], sumptuous 

decoration of, ix. 127, 127 (». 1). 
undesirable pictures on facade of 

town hall at, xi. 234 (n. 2). 

school at, xiii. 156. 

ordinance for, xiii. 64. 

'English plague' appears in [1529], 

xiv. 61, 
its insignificance in printing and book- 
trade, xiv. 518. 
its disputes witli other Hanseatic 

towns, xv. 18. 

taxation in, xv. 20. 

punishment of false-coiner in [1519], 

xv. 87 (». 4). 
ordinances against journeynvu braziers 

of [1573], xv. 125. 
-gymnasium, founded by Christ. Pezel 

[1584], theological professor at, xiv. 18 i. 

archbishopric of, x. 524. 

occupied by son of prince, ii. 297. 

threatened invasion of, vi. 75. 

preparations in, for war against 

Emperor Charles V., vi. 322. 

withdrawn from Catholic Church, 



vii. 134. 

— - Archbishops of, also Bishops of Verden, 
ii. 297 : H°e also Archbishops Christopher 



of Brunswick, Henry, Duke of Baxe- 

Lauenbui", John Kredcri- von llolstein- 

Gottorp ' Protestant). 
Bremer, Das Gutachten </. P. Jakob Ppntau 

i'lhi'r <i. humanistischen Studien in d. 

deut. JeBuiten-8chulen[l!>&S}, xiii. 160 (n. 3). 
• Brem- und Verdische Bibl.,' vii. 279 (n. 2). 
Brendel, Daniel, Archbishop of Homburg, 

on expulsion of Jews [1558], xv. 48. 
Brendel, Daniel von, Archbishop of Mayence, 

regarded as partisan of Protestants, viii. 

140. 

— his labours in district of the Eic' sfeld, 
to restore Catholic worship [1574], ix. 327. 

administers Holy Communion and 

confirms children personally, ix. 866, 

Brennberg, Lordship of, Benedictines ex- 
pelled from monastery in, vii. 176. 

Brenner, Martin, Bishop of Seckau [158.", 
1615], ix. 400 (w. 1). 

in lii' and character, ix. 380 (n. 1). 
describes restoration of Catholicism 
in Carinthia I L600], ix. 413. 

Brennon, John Roger, xvi.264. 

Brentheim, rebel peasants encamp at, iv. 
252. 

— resolutions of peasantry announced at, 
iv. :>..,J. 3. 

Brenz, John, Lutheran theologian of 
Wurtemberg and compiler of Church 
Ordinance of Hall, v. 232, 301, 326-7, 
527 (n. 1) ; vi. 241 (». 1) ; vii. 50, 51, 224, 
243-4, 326; xiv. 153, 154 (». 1), 270, 
478 («. 2) ; xvi. 36, 274 (n. 1), 320 (rt. 2), 
488 («, 1), 498 (». 1). 

— defends punishment of 'heretics,' v. 
164. 

letter from Lazarus Spengler to, v. 246. 

— — his testimony to high character of 
Charles V., v. 260. 

— appointed to represent Protestants on 
sub-committee at Diet of Augsburg, v. 262. 

on ( hurch government, v. 266-7. 

sf (it ureB on, v. 269. 

on ■ [ay i halice,' v. 281. 
— — protests against destruction of pictures, 

it.-., in churches, vi. 12. 
on bigamy of Philip of Hesse, vi. 

114, 116. 

charges brought against, etc., vii. :;^. 

his complaints of Saxon theologians, 

vii. 39, 39 In. 4). 

on cliaracter of the Eucharist, vii. 76. 

attacked by theologians on every 

hand, vii. 77. 

— his hatred of Zwinglians and Calvinists, 
vii. 77. 

— exhortation to clergy of Stuttgardt, 
vii. 77. 

— councils more considerate treatment 
of recalcitrant nuns in Wurtemberg, vii. 
89-90. 

— opposed to idea of general evangelical 
Synod, vii. 137. 

— believer in doctrine of omnipresence 
of Body of Christ, x. 268. 

— his doctrine of ubiquity denounced 

by Wittenbergers in Willenberger 

(frundfette, viii. 176. 
on decline of education [1526], xiii. 

24-5, 25 (n. 1), 32-3. 
letter to, from Melanchthon on decay 

of learning in South '■ rmany [1536], 

xiii. 328, 328 (n. 3). 

his de personals unione duarum 

,< iinrarum in Christo [1561], vii. 77, 153 

(M, 1). 

supports Osiander in controversy con- 
cerning doel line of justification, xiv. 155. 



69 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Brenz, John, as exegctist, xiv. 208 9, 209 

(n. 1). 
Luther's commendation <>f his works, 

xiv. 209, 209 (n. 2). 
refutation of, by Stanislaus Hosius, xiv. 

almost alone in connecting dogma 

with practir.il lit'', xiv. 4S7, 4S7 (n. 1). 

his disapproval oi usury, xv. 36. 

his .out. nipt tor Emperor Charles V. 

for I of the poor [1544], xv. 

456, 156 (n. -2). 
on moral deterioration of Lutherans, 

xvi. 27-8. 
' Brenz,' Hartmann-Jager, xvi. 274 (n. 1). 
Brenz, Bamuel, of Osterberg, on table- 
turning, xii. :S54, 354 (n. 5). 
Brenzen, Beidenken, vii. 137 (n. 2). 
Brescia, ceded to Venice, ii. 244. 
Breslau, vii. 138; ix. 311, 312 (n. 1); xii. 

28. 
Synod of, decree of, concerning use of 

the vernacular, i. 41. 

church in, i. 170. 

trousseau of citizen of, i. 235. 

commercial prosperity of, ii. 52. 

trade-route of, ii. 52. 

trade-route to Leipzig, ii. 52. 

irted alliance between Roman 

Catholic l'rinces against Protestant con- 

cludedat[1527], v. 169. 

term- of treaty, V. 169-70, 177. 

fictitious nature of, and indignation 

consequent on disci ivory of, v. 181. 
Mart in von Gersttnann, Bishop of, ix. 

380 (n. 1). 
religious dissensions in schools at, xiii. 

118, 114 (n. 1). 

schools in, xiii. 6 (n. 1). 

school ordinance of, by Peter 

Vincentius [1570-1617], xiii. 63 (w. 2), 

125 (n. 3). 
decrees concerning the reading and 

acting of Terence [1570], xiii. 168, 168 

(n. 8). 

Bcholz's garden at, xiii. 532-3. 

University botanical gardens and 

their claims to seniority [1587], xiii. 5:'.::. 

534. 
epidemics in [1542-43, 1568-85], xiv. 

07 (n. 3). 
sixth outbreak of plague at [1553]. 

xiv. 07, 67 {». 8). 
ravaged by plague [1585], xiv. 78, 

78 (fi 

by cholera [1866], xiv. 78 (n. 2). 

Cochlaeus goes to, xiv. 283. 

poor-relief organised in [1525], xv. 452. 

criminal record of [1530-80], xvi. 165, 

n. 4). 
Bret, I.". vii. :.i) (n. 1). 886 (n. 1). 
Bret, Le, '-/ ag a in, vii. 104 (n. 2) ; xv. 235 

(n. l), 237 (n. 8). 
' Brethren of the Common Life,' xiv. 390, 

508 
tin ir share in spread of classic learning, 

iii. :.. 

agents in Improvement of German 

. in. ."■ 6. 
their efforts for education, xiii. 9 10. 

their encouragemeni of the renin 

|ii"ns book in mother tongue, xi\. 390 I, 
100. 
print i - to, imprison d al Eto 
[1682], xiv. 5i 

their printing trade at Unstuck 1 1 

• Brethren ol the League,' i\ 276. 



• Brethren of the Social Life,' at Rostock, 

mi printing, i. 15. 

on trade methods, i. 19. 

on extent of trade, i. 19. 

training of teachers by, i. 27. 

guild wurk dune by schools of, i. 61-3. 

aims of their teaching, i. 61. 

■ — gradual spread of their settle- 
ments, i. 61. 

educational activity among the poor, 

i. 62. 

Pope Eugene protects their work, i. 62. 

Pope Pins II. protects their work, i. 62. 

Pope Sixtus IV. protects educational 

work of, i. 62. 

Nicholas of Cusa supports their educa- 
tional work, i. 62. 

Brethren of Wurtemberg, Diet of [1605], ix. 
430 (». 6). 

protocol of, ix. 430 («. 5). 

Bretschneider, Daniel, xv. 269 [n. 1). 

Brettigouw, plague at the [1585-86], xiv. 76. 
climatic disasters in the [1585], xiv. 77. 

Brettschneider, H., Mdanchthon ah His- 
toriker, xiii. 461 (». 3). 

his Programm, xiii. 426 (n. 3). 

Breuer, Peter, councillor to Elector of 
Mayence, ix. 72 (n. 1), 73 (». 2). 

Breuers, William v., Canon, on suffering of 
people in the districts of the Lower 
Rhine [1597], ix. 237-8. 

Breughel, Jan, 'Village Festival' by, xi. 
163. 

Breughel, Peter, the Elder [' Peasant Breug- 
hel '], the 'Tower of Babel' and the 
' Kjeuztragung ' by, xi. 163 (n. 2), 209-10, 
210 (w. 1). 

his ' Triumph of Death,' xi. 217. 

his transcendent love of unedifying 

scenes, xi. 225. 

Breughel, Peter, the Younger [' Hell-Breug- 
hel '], as painter of devils, xi. 219. 

picture of ' Seven Deadly Sins ' by, xi. 

220, 220 (n. 1), 221. 

his pictures of the seasons, xi. 227, 

227 (n. 1). 

'Breughel' (Les), E. Michel, xi. 220 (n. 1). 

Breuner, Christopher Siegfried von, bis 

estimate of Emperor Rudolf 11. 'S debts ill 

his Diskurs iiber Reformation <l. Kammer- 

wesens, xv. 298, 298 (n. 2). 
•Breve Paul's III. 1548,' viii. 223 (n. 1). 
'Brevia,' Pii V. [ = Pius V.], viii. 105 («. 1), 

107 (n. 2), 109 (n. 1). 
Brewer, v. 195 (n. 1). 

Guild of, ii. 6. 

Hamburg, UOge of, ii. 27. 

Breyer, x. 007 (n. 1). 60S (n. 1), 609 (». 1), 

610 (n. 1), 614 (n. 1), 617 (n. 2), 619 (n. 3), 

624 (n. 1, 2). 
Breym idler, Wolf, his dealings with the 

devil at Aufkirchen [1583], xvi. 414, 414 

(n. 8). 
'Brezel' [-cake], ii. 27. 
Brezowa, Laurent! isvon.Magister, iv.l28(n.). 
description of Bohemia during Hussite 

wars, iv. 126, 
' Brief an d. Scholastiker S. J. in Koln' [1548], 

P. Canisius, xiv. 375 (n. 4). 

• Brief an G. Wagner,' Leibniz, xiv. 370 (n. 3). 
' Brief (den Klesls.' x. 507 (n. 1). 

' Brief des Abtes Johann v. St. Blasien vom 30. 

Mai 1524,' .Ion., iv. 168 (n. 1). 
' Briefe an Kaiser Carl V.,' Heine. \. 3ss. 
' Briefe eines Niirnberger studenten aus 

LeiDzig u. Bologna," Von Cress, \iii. 412 

(n.2). 
' Briefe Carl's (die) IX.,' vii. 268 (n. 2). 
' Briefe Gcorg's,' iv. 56 (».). 



70 



INDEX 



• Briefe,' Granvella, viii. 26 (re. 1, 2). 

• Briefe in die Heimat,' Von der Hagcn, xi. 

227 (TO. 2). 

• Briefe in Schresber,' iv. 224 (n. 1). 

' Briefe Johann Kasimirs,' v. Bezold, v. 369 
(». 1), 393 (to. 2) ; viii. 434 (TO. 2) ; x. 180 
(m. 2) ; xvi. 496 (m. 1). 

'Briefe,' Kluckhohn, vii. 115 (to. 2), 117 («. 3), 
120 (n. 1), 123 (to. 1), 125 (n. 1, 2), 127 
(w. 2), 205 (to. 3), 206 (n. 1), 218 (n. 1), 
246 (to. 1), 313 (w. 1), 314 (to. 1), 315 (to. 2), 
317 (». 1), 322 (to. 1), 323 (to. 1, 2), 334 
(to. 1), 338 (n. 3), 340 («. 1), 341 (to. 3), 
343 (n. 2), 346 (n. 2), 347 (to. 1, 3), 348, 
(«. 1, 2), 351 (n. 1), 352 (to. 3), 353 (n. 1), 
363 (n. 2), 366 (to. 1, 2), 368 (to. 2), 369 
(to. 1), 373 (n. 1) ; viii. 2 («. 1), 4 (to. 1), 
38 (to. 2), 39 (to. 1), 40 (to. 1, 3), 46 (to. 1), 
50 (n. 3), 52 (n. 1), 55 (w. 1), 78 (to. 2), 91 
(to. 1), 95 (to. 2), 102, 120 (to. 1, 2), 121 
(«. 1), 131 (n. 2), 142 (to. 1), 144 («. 1), 
146 (n. 1, 2, 3), 147 (to. 1), 150 (to. 1), 153 
(«. 1), 154 (n. 1), 155 (w. 1, 2), 156 (to. 1), 
157 («. 1, 2), 160 (to. 1), 198 (n. 2), 199 
(n. 1), 200 (to. 2), 202 (n. 1, 3), 207 (to. 2), 
209 (to. 1, 2), 210 (n. 2), 211 (to. 2), 331 
(«. 2), 339 (TO. 1), 350 (to. 3), 352 (w. 1), 
353 (to. 1), 370 (to. 1), 393 («. 2), 234 (to. 2), 
251 (to. 1). 

'Briefe,' Raumer, vi. 359 (to. 1), 432 (n. 2). 

'Briefe,' Raupach, viii. 303 (re. 1). 

'Briefe und Akten,' Druffel, xvi. 72 (w. 1, 3). 

'Briefe und Akten,' Bitter, ix. 136 (to. 1, 2), 
142 (to. 1, 2, 3), 143 (n. 1, 3), 144 (to. 1, 4), 
148 (to. 1), 192 (n. 1), 198 (to. 5), 199 (to. 1), 
202 (n. 1), 207 (to. 1), 212 (to. 2), 216 (n. 4), 
236 (n. 4), 240 (to. 1), 248 (n. 1), 251 (to. 1), 
260 (to. 2), 263 (n. 1, 2, 3), 267 («. 2), 270 
(n. 3), 271 (to. 1, 2), 272 (w. 1, 2), 273 («. 1), 
275 (n. 2), 277 (m. 2, 3), 278 («. 1), 282 
(to. 1, 3), 283 (to. 1, 3, 4, 6), 286 (to. 1, 2), 
290 (to. 1), 378 (to. 1), 429 (to. 2), 430 (w. 5), 
431 (to. 1, 2), 432 («. 1), 433 (to. 1), 441 
(to. 1), 442 (n. 1, 2), 444 (n. 2), 445 (to. 1, 2), 
469 (to. 1), 473 (n. 2, 3), 475 (to. 1), 476 
(«. 1, 3), 478 (to. 2), 479 («. 1), 480 (to. 1), 
485 (to. 1), 487 (n. 1), 488 (n. 2), 489 (re. 2, 
3), 492 (to. 1, 2), 498 (n. 1, 2), 499 (to. 1), 505 
(n. 3), 512 (n. 1, 2, 3), 513 (to. 2), 514 (to. 1), 
516 (to. 2), 519 (to. 1, 2) ; x. 184 (to. 2), 
407 (to. 1, 2, 3), 408 (to. 3), 409 (n. 4), 412 
(». 2), 417 (to. 3), 423 («. 1), 425 («. 1, 2), 
427 (to. 1), 429 (2, 3), 431 (w. 2), 438 (n. 3), 
441 (to. 2). 

'Briefe und Acten,' Schirmacher, v. 282 (to. 2), 
294 (to. 2), 490 (m. 1). 

'Briefe und Acten,' Schwarz, vii. 170 (to. 3), 
350 (to. 2). 

'Briefe und Akten,' Stieve, ix. 426 («. 1), 427 
(to. 2), 443 (to. 1), 473, 481 (to. 1), 483 
(«. 2), 485 (M. 1, 2), 487 («. 2), 513 ; x. 404 
(«. 2), 415 (to. 1), 467 (to. 2). 

' Briefe und Acten zur Geschichte d. 16. 
Jahrh.,' Gotz, 184 (w. 3). 

' Briefe und Urkunden zur Geschichte d. an- 
tinomistischen Streites,' G. Kawerau, xiv. 
154 (to. 3). 

' Briefe von G. Agricola,' xiii. 491 («. 1). 

' Briefe von A. Masius,' Lossen, xiv. 363 (to. 3). 

' Briefliche Zeitung d. 16. Jahrhunderts,' R. 
Grashoff, xiv. 528 (w. 3). 

' Briefwechsel,' viii. 40 (n. 2), 98 (to. 1). 

' Briefwechsel,' Baumgarten, xiii. 443 (to. 1, 2) , 
444 (to. 3, 4), 445 (to. 1, 2, 3), 447 (to. 1, 2, 
3), 452 (w. 3). 

' Briefwechsel,' Bugenhagen, iv. 312 (to. 2). 

' Briefwechsel,' Burkhardt, vi. 109 (to. 1). 

' Briefwechsel des Beatus Rhenanus,' Hart- 
felder, xiii. 385 (to. 1). 



'Briefwechsel des J. Jones,' Kawerau, xiii. 

330 (re. 1), 443 (n. 1, 2), 4-17 (n. 1, 2, 3), 

444 (re. 3, 4), 44.". (to. 1. 2, 3) ; xvi. 25 (to. 1). 
' Briefwechsel Landgraf Philipps d. Gross- 

mutigen v. Hessen mit Bucer,' Lenz, v. 

86 (to. 1) ; vi. 42 (re. 2), 73 (to. 1), 75 (w. 1), 

77 (re. 1), 78 (w. 1), 83 («. 1, 2), 84 («. 1), 

86 (to. 2), 87 (to. 2), 91 (to. 1), 297 (to. 1) ; 

x. 87 (to. 1) ; xiii. 442 (to. 1, 6). 
' Briefwechsel Maximilians,' vii. 368 («. 1), 

375 (to. 2). 
' Briefwechsel zwischen Landgraf Philipp 

v. Hessen u. Herzog Georg v. Sachsen,' 

Seidemann, xv. 139 (to. 2). 
' Briefwechsel,' Voigt, v. 281 (n. 2) ; vi. 

433 (to. 2) ; vii. 143 (to. 2), 215 (w. 4), 302 

(to. 1). 
Brieg, poverty of painters in, xi. 47. 

school ordinances of [1581], xiii. 68. 

study of magic prohibited at school at 

[1581], xiii. 70 (to. 2). 
Protestant pedagogium founded at 

[1569], xiii. 90. 
cruelty of masters to boys prohibited 

at gymnasium at, xiii. 94, 94 (to. 5). 

ordinance for protection of masters 



against boys [1581], xiii. 95, 95 (to. 2), 95 
(to. 3). 
— murderers of [1570], xvi. 165. 

■ gymnasium, pieces acted at, xiii. 178-9, 



178 (ra. 2). 
Brieg, Duke of, joins Calvinists [1611], x. 

300. 
Brieger, v. 259 («. 1) ; xiv. 304 (to. 1). 

Preuss. Jahrbuch, vii. 33 (to. 1). 

Theolog. Promotionen, xiv. 292 («. 1), 

295 (to. 1). 
Zeitschrift fiir Kirchengeschichte, v. 272 

(to. 3), Appendix, note xviii. p. 556 ; xiii. 

385 (». 1) ; xiv. 286 (to. 2), 407 (to. 2). 
' Brieger's Zeitschrift,' Seidemann, v. 297 

(«. 1). 
Briel, capital of Zealand, captured and 

plundered by the ' Gueux de la Mer ' [1572], 

viii. 126. 
Brillmacher, Peter Michael (Jesuit) [1595], 

xiv. 346, 356. 
Brimfels, his botanical illustrations, xiii. 

520 (to. 2). 
Brischar, John Baptist von, xiii. 253 (to. 2). 

his A. Contzen, xiv. 346 (to. 1). 

his Die Katholischen Kanzelredner 

seit d. drei letzten Jakrhunderten, xiv. 452 

(n. 1), 453 (w. 2), 455 (to. 1), 456 («. 1), 458 

(to. 1), 460 (to. 1), 462 (to. 2), 464 (to. 1). 
Brisman, Johann, Luther's letter to, v. 222 

(to. 1). 
■ his Trostbrief wider Allerlei Aergernis 

u. Triibsal d. Christenheit [1542], xvi. 132, 

132 (to. 2). 
Bristol Cathedral, i. 168. 

Hansa in, ii. 46. 

Brittany, demanded by Elizabeth of England 

in return for her support of Huguenot 

cause, viii. 53. 
Brixen, Bishop Christopher IV. v. Fuchs 

[1601-13], iv. 336, 337 ; ix. 380 (to. 1). 
Bishop George III. of Austria, on 

dearth of priests [1529], xvi. 61. 
■ Prince Bishop of, ix. 331. 



See also Bishops Cles (Richard), Feuerstein 
(Simon),Golser (George), Sprenzer [Speran- 
tius] (Sebastian). 

— Bishopric of, demoralisation of priest- 
hood in, iv. 337, 337 (to. 1) ; vii. 154. 

Chapter, canons of, xvi. 71. 

moral conditions in, xvi. 71. 

clergy of, inspection of, xvi. 84 (to. 3). 

improvement of [1592], xvi. 84. 



71 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOrLE 



Brixen, [town of] attacked by insurgents, 

iv. -J in. 

people of, join in rebellion, Iv. 241). 

resolutions of provincial Diet at Inns- 
bruck proclaimed at, iv. 337. 
fresh attempts made to Btir up people, 

iv. 338. 
Capuchin monastery founded at, ix. 

344. 
Brockes, John, burgomaster of Liibeck 

[1585], 1 554, 554 (n. 2), 580 

3), 588 (n. 2), 

590 (n. 2) ; xv. 413 (n. 1). 
his warning against speculation, usury. 

and oppressive taxation, etc., xv. 33-4, 34 

(n. 1). 
delight of, at Prince Henry of Nassau s 

invasion of county of Bavensberg [1615], 

x. 577. 
on power of the States-General on the 

Rhln •, x. 578. 
informed by English ambassador of 

negotiations betwe :n James I. of England 

ami States-General concerning league 

against Catholics, x. 590. 
Brockhagen, Christopher, his Von d. Klugen 

a. thimchten Jwn ifrauen, xii. 100. 
Brockhaus, Hi tor. Flugblatter d. 16. bis 19. 

Jahrh n xi. 58 (n. 2). 
Brod, Andreas von, iv. 124 {n. 1). 
Broich, Anna von, viii. 343. 
Bromser, Hans Reinhard, Vicegerent of 

Uayence, fears outbreak of war in Empire, 

in 1612, x. 503-4. 
rejoices in death of Emperor Rudolf II., 

as removing cause for war, Jan. 20, 1612, 

x. 504, 504 (n. 2). 
on influence of Klesl over Emperor 

Matthias, x. 615-6. 
Bronnbach, Abbey of, plundered by Count 

George ol Wertheim, Iv. 286. 
Bronnenberg, vi. 200 (n. 1). 
Bronner, Leo, minute carvings by, xi. 195-6. 
Bronze, use of, xi. 187 (n. 1). 
Brosamer, Hans, vulgar engravings by, xi. 

224. 
' Brot- und Weck-fresser ' [=Calvinists], x. 

292 (n. I). 
Brothels, Luther's abuse of, iii. 118. 
' Brother Andres,' iv. 97. 
' Brother School ' ol l.i ge, xiii. 10. 
' Brotherhood, New.' at Cologne : see Cologne, 

Marian i Songregai ion at. 
Brotherhood of Our Lady at Calcar, patrons 

of art. i. is:,. 
Brotherhood of St. Anne, Calcar, patrons of 

art, i. 186. 
Brotherhood of St. Bartholomew, i. 1 75. 
Brotherhoods, Bohemian warrior, and spread 

of Suasite docl rines, iv. 128. 
' Brotherhoods,' Guild, ii. 87. 
' Brothers of the Common Life ' : set Brethren. 
Brothers of the Cross, Church of, Cologne, 

i. 172. 
' Brothers of the Social Life ' : see Brethren. 
Brower, 1 r, rector of Jesuit College 

'> 1'ilda, xiii 
bbAntiqvttatw tori [1612], 

xiii. ■ 
his ii Gei man bishop and abbots, 

xiii I n. 4). 
his history ol Archbishopric 

1 ntiquitatum >t Annalium . .;,,„' 

mil 460, 460 
Browne, English comedian employed by 

Landgrave Maurice ol 11 \\\ 

L6 I 
Bruch, Arnold von. Dean, of I aibaoh, as 
r, i. 246. 



Bruch-Kobel, i. 174. 

Bruchmann, George, on absence of congrega- 
tional singing [1600], xi. 259 (n. 3). 

Bruchmiiller, xiv. 218 (n. 1), 271 (n. 4). 

his Die Folgen d. Reformation u. d. 

dreissig jahr. Krieges, xv. 149 (n. 1). 

on negligence of law professors at 

Leipzig, xiii. 400 {n. 2). 

Bruchsal, iv. 138. 

church at, i. 171. 

threatened by combined army under 

Ludwig, Elector of the Palatinate, iv. 317. 

surrenders, iv. 317. 

Bruchstiick eines Mainzer Protocolls u. 
einige Schreiben v. Wahltag 1575, viii. 210 
(». 1). 

Bruck, lordship of, vii. 397. 

Provincial Diet at [1572], ix. 382-5, 

385 (n. 1), 387, 388. 

promises given by Archduke Charles to 

Protestants at, ix. 382-3. 

[1578] further concessions made 

by Charles, ix. 383. 

his declaration, ix. 383-5. 

conditions under which concessions 

were made, ix. 387-8. 

Treaty of, ix. 388. 

violation of Treaty arrived at, by Pro- 
testants, ix. 388. 

Archduke Charles considers himself 

released from Treaty, ix. 388. 



■ Religious Pacification or Peace of, ix. 
398 (n. 3). 
■settlement of Order of Capuchins in 



[1600-15], ix. 414. 
Praemonstratensian Convent at, xiv. 

334. 

reformation in, xvi. 70. 

Bruck, Arnold von, Dean of Abbey of 

Laibach, etc. [c. 1545], German songs and 

hymns by, xi. 246. 
Bruck, Elizabeth von, Abbess, founder of 

Marienschule, i. 27-8. 
Bruck, Gregory, Doctor, Chancellor to John 

Frederick, Elector of Saxonv, iii. 183 ; 

iv. 330 (n.); v. 97 (n. 1). 251. 269, 281, 

333 («. 2) ; vi. 182 ; vii. 37, 397 ; xiii. 

416. 

and confession of Augsburg, v. 295-6. 

against printing of pamphlet by 

Menius, vi. 126. 

suggests taking Castle of Wurzen by 

Elector John Frederic, vi. 189. 

rejoices at adoption of his idea, vi. 191. 

letter to, from Luther, on 'Book of 

,' \i. 232. 
intercedes between Luther and Melanch- 

thon, concerning ' Book of Cologne,' vi. 

232. 
instigates Luther to attack Papacy 

[1545], vi. 270, 270 (n. 2). 
document of charges against Emperor 

Charles V., drawn up by, vi. 328-9. 
inclines to Victorin Strigel's views on 

free will and original sin, vii. 148-9. 

causes torture to be applied to ducal 

itary, vii. 396 ; xvi. 187. 
addresses refractory Flacians at Jena 

[1561], vii. 274-5. 
aids John Frederic II., Duke of Saxe- 

Wi [mar, in ambitious BChemes, vii. 377. 
sei/.eii by mutinous troops at siege of 

Cot ha. vii. 395-6. 

implores intercession of Count Giinther 

3chwarzburg and of Dr. Craco when 

arrested for complicity in Cirumbach- 

1 . it ha 1 Sonspiraoy, vii. 807. 

his past cruelty, viL 897-8. 

bis examination and torture, vii. 398. 



INDEX 



Briick, Gregory, his sentence, vii. 398. 
— his petition for beheadal before quar- 
tering denied, vii. 399. » 

his torture at Gotha, viii. 192. 

execution of [1567], xvi. 206, 206 (w. 1). 

his abuse of theological faculty at 

Jena [1561], xiii. 264-5, 265 (n. 1). 

Brucker, Mist. crit. philos., xiv. 135 (n. 1). 

' Brucker Landtag d. Jahres 1572,' F. M. 
Mayer, ix. 385 («. 1). 

B ruder, Das Schulwesen zu Bingen am 
Rhein wahrend d. Mittelalters, xiii. 44 [n. 1). 

Bruder.A., xv. 112 («. 2). 

' Bruderhof ' [Chapterhouse of Strasburg 
Cathedral], taken possession of by ex- 
communicated canons [1585], ix. 177. 

' Bruderschaftsbuch ' of the Confraternitas 
Pwnonit, D. N. J. C, xii. 165 (n. 2). 

' Bruderspiel ' [Tyrolese peasant comedy], 
xii. 2 («. 1). 

Bruges [town], St. John's Hospital in, i. 201. 

— — Hans Mending's works in, i. 201. 

prosperity of, in 15th cent., ii. 59-60. 

polygamist sect in [1564], viii. 17. 

Bp. of, implores Philip II. to rescind 

new taxes imposed by Alva in Netherlands, 
viii. 124. 

and Van Eyck school of painting, xi. 

156. 

poor-laws of, xv. 430. 



by 



of 



Brugg, in the Aargau, Michael Sc'iiitz, school- 
master at, xiii. 351-2. 
Briiggemann, altar screen by, at Bordesholm 

[1521], xi. 136, 136 (w. 3). 
Bruhin, xiii. 524 (n. 2). 
Briihl, Castle of, treasures removed from, 

Archbp. Gebhard [1582], ix. 43. 
Bruhn, his Copernicus, xiii. 480 (n. 1). 
Bruhrain, peasants of, join insurgents 

Baden, iv. 276. 
Briilow, Caspar, new-Latin dramatist, xiii. 

174. 
Brumby, pastor of, and the Trinity, vii. 291. 
Brumhofen, Herr von : see Honauer, George. 
Brummer, Johann, play by, xii. 22. 
Brummer, Peter, burgomaster of Rostock, 

vii. 23. 
accused of blasphemy and removed 

from Council [1558], vii. 26-7. 
Brunfels, Otto, xiii. 509, 513. 

laments death of Sickingen, iii. 300. 

enters Carthusian monastery at Mainz, 

xiii. 509. 
adopts new religion and assails authority 

of Gospels, xiii. 509. 
becomes Protestant preacher but gives 

up theology for medicine, xiii. 509. 
becomes town physician of Bern, xiii. 

509. 

first pioneer in botanical research, xiii. 



509. 
— his 



Herbarum vivae 



Eicones ad 

Naturae imitationem [1520-25], xiii. 509- 

510, 509 (n. 3). 
criticised by Neuenar and Cordus, 

xiii. 510. 
Brunn, expulsion of Jews from, ii. 78. 
Jesuit devotion during plague at, ix. 

330. 
Brunn, Susannah, prioress of Convent of St. 

Nicholas in Undis, Strasburg, ill-usage of, 

ix. 179. 
Briinneck, Leibeigenschaft in Pommern, xv. 

146 (n.l), 149 (n. 1). 
Brunner, Andrew, xiii. 459. 

as historian, xiii. 437, 437 (n. 2). 

Brunner, H., xiii. 398 (n. 1). 

Brunner, L., .4ms dem Bildungsgange eines 

Ausburger Kaufmannssohn.es, xv. 339 (w. 2). 



Brunner, Sebastian, Studien u. Mittheilungen 
aus d. Benedictiner- und Cistercienser- 
Orden, vii. 155 (n. 1). 

Brunnius, Augustine, of Annaberg, dedicates 
twelve sermons to Frederic William, Duke 
of Altenburg, in gratitude for extirpation 
of Calvinism from Saxony, ix. 161 {n. 1). 

Bruno, Christopher, of Munich, poet, his 
services to German language, xiii. 389. 

his edition of Curtius [1545], xiii. 389. 

Schaidenreisser, Simon Felix, and his 

translation of the Odyssey, xiii. 389. 

Bruno, Giordano, his estimate of the Germans 
[1586-91], xv. 389. 

Bruns, Vertreibung Heinrich's v. Braunsch- 
weig, vi. 196 (n. 1). 

Bruns, Sander, iconoclasm of, xi. 36 (n. 2). 

Brunswick, vii. 55, 291 ; viii. 118 ; ix. 161, 
191 ; xii. 380. 

Brunswick [duchy], vi. 74. 

Peasant War in, iv. 171. 

new form of government established 

in, vi. 212-3. 

population of, compelled to swear 

allegiance to members of Smalcald 
League, vi. 212-3. 

raid on, vi. 241. 

■ conquered and placed under ' imperial 

sequestration ' [1545], vi. 292. 

disturbances in [1614], x. 575-57. 

— decline of morals in [1545], xvi. 48. 
- sexual immorality in [1573], xvi. 144. 



Brunswick, Duke of, v. 245 ; xii. 380. 
disloyalty of, ii. 267. 

See also under personal names. 
Brunswick [town], x. 582. 

brass foundry at, i. 193. 

organ in, i. 248. 

centre of Saxon section of Hanseatic 

League, ii. 48. 

in 15th cent., ii. 59. 

maltreatment of priest at, v. 120. 

new faith forcibly introduced in, v. 

120. 
dangerous attitude of Anabaptists in, 

v. 472. 
sends delegate to Assembly of Smalcald 

League [1537], v. 494. 
• Congress of League of Smalcald at 



[1538], vi. 9, 10. 

■resolution for repudiation of Im- 



perial Court moved at, vi. 16. 

■ confirms resolution passed at Cobur^ 



[1537], vi. 14. 

— discords between, and Henry, Duke of 
Brunswick, vi. 197, 201. 

— suppression of Catholic Church in, vi. 
201. 
■ burghers of, take possession of monas- 



tery of Riddagshausen [1542], vi. 204. 

■ take convent and rifle and desecrate 



graves of Steterburg [1542], vi. 205. 

■ take and rifle Abbey of Gandersheim 



[1542], vi. 205. 
— Congress of Smalcald League held at 
[1542], vi. 207-8. 

Recess of, vi. 209 (n.l). 



— - high-handed action of Protestants in, 
vi. 264. 
- reports slackness of King Christian III. 



of Denmark towards Smalcaldic War, vi. 
334. 

— Hamburg, Magdeburg, and Bremen join 
in fresh alliance, vi. 365. 

— letter from Henry II. of France to, 
vi. 365. 

places contingent of troops in field, 

vi. 365. 

— allied armies march into, vi. 365. 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Brunswick, after "capitulation of Witten- 

bei a ' submits to Emperor, vi. 366, 
defeat of Margrave Uberl oi Branden- 

liurg-Culmbaeh, bv Duke Henry, near, 

vi. 516. 
demoralisation and anarchy prevailing 

In [1553], vi. 527, 527 (n. 2). 

' Torgau Book ' accepted in, viii. 408. 

sends representative to Conference at 

Frankfort on war with Spain and Pro- 
mt Union [1599], ix. 241. 
Ambassador of, at Diet of Cologne 

[1610], x. 480. 
refuses to pay homage to Duke Frederic 

llrich [1613]. x. 576. 

bitter internal factions, x. 576. 

rebellion in, fomented by ducal 

Councillors, x. 576. 
Council of, endeavours to negotiate 

league with the States-General [1614], 

x. 576. 
burghers enter into negotiations with 

Duke Frederic Ulrich, x. 576. 
Duke encamps before town with 

army [1615], obtaining assistance from 

King Christian IV. of Denmark, x. 576. 
' corresponding Hanseatic towns ' go to 

aid of Brunswick, x. 576. 
Prince Henry of Nassau invades Bruns- 
wick territory with army [1615], x. 576. 

portents in [1553], x. 77. 

iconoclasm in [1528], xi. 35-6, 36 (n. 1). 

cessation of ecclesiastical building in, 

xi.43. 

schools in, xiii. 5-6, 37, 86-9. 

school ordinance for, drawn up by 

John Bugenhagen [1528], xiii. 63-4, 64 

(n. 1), 86. 

of 1582, xiii. 89 (n. 1). 

dissatisfaction between Council and 

teachers, xiii. 86, 86 («. 4). 

low school lees obtaining, xiii. 87. 

low-class teachers appointed at, 

xiii. 87-8. 

growing dissatisfaction with, xiii. 88. 

new school ordinance [1596], xiii. 

88-9, 89 (». 1. 2, 3). 
disreputable school-conditions in [1588], 

xiii. 119. 
Frischlin's inaugural school address at 

[1538], xiii. 126-7. 

deaths from plague at [1566]. xiv. 69. 

nnJdndnesfl towards its victims in 

[1609], xiv. 99, 99 (n. 2). 
falsification of coinage in, xv. 89, 89 

(n. 2, 3). 
mine regulations [1593], xv. 101, 

101 (n. 2). 
ordinances against journeyman braziers 

of [1573], xv. 125. 

Council of, its efforts to reduce ex- 

raganoe In dress amongst burghers 
1679], xv. 861, 862 (n. 1). 

peasant marriage feasts in, xv. 413, 

n. 'J). 
religious and social conditions in, 

\\i. 110-11. 

church Inspection In 1 1688], xvi. 111. 

burning ol witch at [1501], xvi. 267-8, 

268 (n. 1 1. 
' Brunswick boot,' the, x\i 181. 
Brunswick, Besslan, Palatine embassy : see 

Pi ii.it Ine, 1 1 ■ jsian, Brunswick. 
Brunswick-Liineburt,', duchy Of, is converted 

to new n ligion, v. in I. 
Landeiordnungen, \\i. 117 (n. 1). 

prohibition Ol elevation of Mass in 

I L667], v. .11 (n. 2), 
link.- of, thanked bj Emperor for 



remaining true to old faith, v. 55 : see also 

under names Ernest, Philip, and Otto. 
Brunswick-Liineburg, growth of power of 

Princely House of, ii. 159. 

different branches of, ii. 159. 

Brunswick-Wolfenbiittel attacked by Philip 

of Hesse and Elector of Saxony, vi. 174, 

195. 
Protestantising of, vi. 196-219 ; viii. 

169-70. 
Brus, Ant., Archbishop of Prague and 

Bishop of Vienna, vii. 235 (w. 1). 
gives banquet to scholar actors of 

Prague, xiii. 191, 191 (n. 1). 
Bruschius, Caspar, of Schlackenwald, school- 
master, philologist, and crowned poet 

[b. 1518], xiii. 348, 356-61. 
his testimony to virtues of Abbot 

Wolfgang of Metten, vii. 172. 
on want of honour paid to study in 

Germany [1542], xiii. 332, 332 («. 4). 

elegy by, xiii. 344, 344 (n. 2). 

■ studies at Tubingen, xiii. 356, 356 

(».2). 
becomes convert to Protestantism 

and dedicates his first book to Ambrosius 

Blarer and Paul Phrygius, xiii. 356. 

goes to Ulm and frequents court of 



Christopher von Stadion, xiii. 356. 
writes laudatory poems to, xiii. 

356-7. 

goes to Wunsiedel [1540], xiii. 357. 

dedicates German rendering of Eras- 
mus's Funus to Conventuals of Michelfeld, 

xiii. 357. 
becomes rector of school at Straubing 

[1540], xiii. 357. 
- — edits Aventin's Chronica r. Ursprung, 

Herkommen, und Taten d. uralten Teut- 

schen, xiii. 357. 
goes to Nuremberg and Batisbon [1541], 

xiii; 357. 
is crowned poet at Diet of King 

Ferdinand I., 
again poses as a Catholic, and writes 

eulogies of Abbots of Kempten and 

Weingarten, and the Emperor Charles V., 

xiii. 357. 
publishes Klage der bedrangten Ger- 

mania, xiii. 357. 357 (n. 1). 
goes to Wittenberg, and writes heroic 

poem against enemies of the Evangel 

! 1542], xiii. 357. 
goes to Leipzig as lecturer on ancient 

poets [1543], xiii. 357. 
writes a quantity of miscellaneous 

poems, tributes, etc., xiii. 357-8. 
writes ' poetic prayers,' drinking songs, 

and a 'Christian and delightful narrative 

of Eve, and Abel, Seth, and Cain,' xiii. 358, 

358 (n. 1). 
finds a patron in Count Gtinther von 

Schwarzburg, and is appointed rector of 

Arnstadt School [1544], xiii. 358. 
composes an ' Idyllion ' against 

monks, some Latin odes, and endeavours 

' to form the boyB into good Christians and 

heroes,' xiii. 358-9. 

■ quarrels with the preacher at 



Arnstadt and is dismissed his post [1544], 
xiii 359. 

goes to Nuremberg to seek fresh 
work and fails, xiii. 359. 

applies to the Counts of Henneberg 
for aid and dedicates to them his transla- 
tion of Melanohthon'B Pastilles, xiii. 359. 
— is appointed by Count Geo. Ernest 
of Henneberg manager of his Pro tes tant 
8cl 1 at Smalcald [1545], xiii. 359 60. 



INDEX 



Bruschius, Caspar, offers himself as teacher 

at Muhlhausen, xiii. 360. 
applies for post of teacher at Lindau 

and is appointed rector [1546], xiii. 360. 

is dismissed [1547], xiii. 360. 

writes paean in glorification of Em- 



peror, xiii. 360, 360 (n. 1). 

— wanders about homeless, sometimes 
lauding Roman Catholics, sometimes Pro- 
testants, in his songs, etc., and compiling 
histories, xiii. 360-1, 361 (n. 1, 2). 

— becomes Protestant Pastor at Retten- 
dorf, and inveighs against Papacy, xiii. 361. 

■ assassinated near Rothenburg-on-the 



Tauber [1559], xiii. 361, 361 (n. 3). 
Bruschius, Caspar Horawitz, xiii. 344 (n. 2). 
B ussels, ii. 60 ; v. 350 ; vi. 507 ; x. 618. 

carpets made in, viii. 12. 

Conference at [1565], viii. 19. 

burgh°rs form league similar to the 

' Compromise,' viii. 22. 

■ people of, urged to take up arms, 



viii. 22. 

the ' Compromise ' sworn to at, viii. 20. 

petition of nobles handed to Mar- 
garet of Parma at [1566], viii. 21. 

poor-law of, xv. 430. 

' Brusttuch,' undesirable frieze on the, in 

Goslar [1526], xi. 234 (w. 2). 
Brutus, vi. 463. 
Brutus, Stephanus Junius : see Duplessis- 

Mornay. 
Bruyn, Bartholomew, a representative of 

Cologne school of painting, xi. 151. 
elected member of Cologne Council 

[1550-53], xi. 151, 151 (n. 2). 

his best work, xi. 151. 

Bry, Th. de, engraved plate by, xi. 60-1. 

Bryan, report of, v. 320 (n. 1), 523 («. 1). 

Bubna, Johann von, x. 491. 

Bubonic Plague, xiv. 67-8, 80-2. 

Bucer, Martin [theologian], iv. 74 ; vi. 35, 

90 (». 1), 112, 162, 297 (n. 1), 346 (n. 1), 

354 (n. 1) ; viii. 219 ; xiii. 167, 441, 442 

(n. 1) ; xiv. 167, 216, 302. 

his mission to Saxony, iii. 280-1. 

views of, as to unlimited authority, iv. 

367-9. 

— Letters, iii. 280, 300 ; v. 130 (n. 1). 
■ spread of his teachings in Strassburg, v. 



indifference reigning in ' New 
Church,' v. 145-6. 

— on causes of failure of Marburg Con- 
ference, v. 231. 

— delighted with action of Philip of 
Hesse, v. 247. 

— hides in Augsburg, v. 260. 
■ complaints of, of Lutherans at Diet of 



143. 
— on 



Augsburg, v. 272. 

— extreme views of, v. 290-2, 291 (n. 1). 

— Dialogues, v. 290. 

— draws up the ' Tetrapolitana,' v. 301. 

— reports views of Emperor on the 
' Tetrapolitana,' v. 302. 

— on divergent views concerning the 
' Lord's Supper,' v. 336. 

— called upon by Council of Ulm to begin 
work of 'reformation,' v. 337. 

— passes on to Biberach from Ulm to 
destroy Antichrist there, v. 340. 

— letter to Ambrosius Blarer, v. 342. 

— raises false hopes in Zwingli that 
Augsburg and Kempten would enter into 
league of co-burghership, v. 355. 

■complains of Ulrich of Wiirtemberg's 



covetousness, v. 422. 
— Capito, Hedio, and Zell at variance 
amongst one another, v. 449. 



Bucer, Martin, welcomes Melchior Hofniami 

to Strasburg, v. 450. 
attends Assembly of Smalcald League 

[1537], v. 497. 
memorandum of advice drawn up 

by, v. 497-9. 
advises Council of Augsburg as to 

abolition of Catholic form of worship, 

v. 502-3. 

confutes Emperor's objections, v. 503-4. 

doubts possibility of concord between 

Zwinsrlians and Lutherans regarding 

Eucharist, v. 535, 535 (w. 2). 

•thinks he has solved the dimculty, 



v. 536. 
discusses question with Melanch- 

thon, v. 536. 
and South German preachers go to 

Wittenberg to see Luther, v. 536. 

— finally adheres to Luther's doctrine 
concerning Eucharist, v. 537-8. 

— difficulties of, in inducing Swiss to 
accept Wittenberg formula of ' Concord,* 
v. 539-40. 

bears letter from Swiss Zwinglians to 

Assembly of Smalcald League [1537], v. 

540. 
on dismissal of Ambrosius Blarer by 

Ulrich of Wiirtemberg, vi. 13. 

letter to, from Philip of Hesse, vi. 15. 

letter to Blarer, vi. 42 (n. 2). 

dissatisfaction of, with 'Frankfort 

Agreement,' vi. 46. 
■ opinion of, regarding the bigamy of 



Elector 



Philip of Hesse, vi. 77-8, 87. 

letters received by, from 

of Saxony, vi. 82. 

— witnesses Philip of Hesse's marriage to 
Margaret von der Sale, vi. 84. 

— warns Philip of Hesse to enforce silence 
on Melander, concerning his second 
marriage, vi. 88. 

— letter to Philip of Hesse on prevalent 
corrupt morals, vi. 90-1. 

— his ' Concord,' ix. 96. 
■ relies on Bavarians to ' check growth of 



tyranny ' in German Empire^ vi. 97. 
■ promoter of a League with England, 

vi. 99 (n. 1). 

letter from Philip of Hesse, vi. 108. 

at meeting of League at Smalcald 

insists that Charles V. shall be made to 

fulfil promise of religious conference, vi. 

99, 100. 
concerning Philip of Hesse's bigamy, 

vi. 114, 115-6, 118. 

rouses Philip's anger, vi. 116. 

■ ' Dialogue ' by Lenning attributed to, 

vi. 128-9. 

read and touched up by, vi. 129-30. 

adverse to publication of the 

' Dialogue,' vi. 130-3. 

testimony to Johann Sleidan, vi. 137. 

Philip of Hesse's abuse of Francis I. to, 

vi. 138, 138 (71. 2), 140. 
belief in Emperor's pacific intentions 

at Diet of Ratisbon [1541], vi. 142 (n. 1). 

— appointed Protestant collocutor at 



Conference at Ratisbon [1541], vi. 147. 

— letter of, to Philip of Hesse, vi. 171 
(n. 1). 

— to Farel [1528] on disturbed condition 
of country, v. 173. 

— summoned by Archbp. Hermann von 
Wied to Cologne to aid in work of reform 
[1542], vi. 229. 

letter to Blarer, vi. [1543], 229. 

- to Philip of Hesse, vi. 230, 230 (n.l). 



■ aids in drawing up new Code of Church 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Ordinal] Vrchbp. Bermann von 

u led, vi. 231, 232. 
Bucer, Martin, dismissed by Bermann von 

Wied [-Archbp. of Cologne] by command 
I bar] - v.. vi.240. 

anger against Charles V., vi. 240-1. 

urges Philip ol Besse and others at Diet 

Of Spires 1543] to take action against 

Emperor, vi. 242. 
complains of want of unity among 

members of Smalcald League, vi. 242-3. 
to Philip of Hesse on condition of 

Germany [1544], vi. 245. 
and ilelanchthon's ' Book of Reform ' 

suppressed, vi. 355. 
on wrangling of the Protestants [1544], 

x. 87. 

on Nas, x. 88 (n. 2). 

advocates punishment of heretics by 

death, x. 220-1, 221 (n. 1), 224. 
cited by Milton as advocate of tyranni- 
cide, x. 374. 

his iconoclasm in Ulm [1531], xi. 32. 

on prevalent immorality in love-songs, 

xi. 801 - 
to Landgrave Philip of Hesse on de- 
praved morals at Marburg University 

[1539], xiii. 304, 304 (n. 2, 3). 

Scripta anglicana, xiii. 380 (n. 1). 

recommends John Sleidan to Land- 
grave Philip of Hesse as historian of 

Reformation, xiii. 442. 
opposition to, by Eberhard Billick of 

Cologne, xiv. 248. 
summoned to Cologne by Archbp. 

II nuann in attempt to Protestantise 

Archbishopric [1542], xiv. 303. 

•in conjunction with Melanchthon 



compiles ' Reformation book ' for Archbp. 

Hermann, xiv. 304. 
blamed for liis approval of a low rate of 

interest, xv. 37. 
trial instituted by, against Jorg 

Schnabel [1538], xv. 38. 
question of expulsion of Jews debated 

in his pamphlet Von den Juden [1539], 

xv. 49 (n. 1). 
his excuses for profligacy of Duke 

[iUdwig II. oi Pfalz-Zweibrucken [1582], 

xv. 252 (n. 1). 
on encourag incut of drinking by town 

councillors oi Marburg [1540], xv. 410. 
his Emperor Charles V. for 

praying, xv. 450 (n. 2). 
to Landgrave of Hesse, on low standard 

Ol morals among Protestants, xvi. 26-7. 

on growing corruption among Pro- 

i mts, xvi. i:>. 
prol ' burning of witches, 

\vi. 27 1 (| 

Bucer (Martini and Liberty of Conscience,' 
bj Nikolaus Paul b, v. 202 (n. 1). 
' Buch der Natur,' I I Meygetil 

• Buch von den Schildburgern,' xii. 186, 186 

[n. 2). 

• Buch Weinsberg,' 11. von Weinsberg, cd. 

Ili.lill.aiim, xi. -us (n. 1) ; xiii. 149 (n. 1) ; 
xiv. 06 6, 66 (n, i . ill (n. 1). 

d I in, \ • 157 in. 2) ; xvi. 4 i:i 

1). 
Buchanan, George, an advocate ol tyranni- 
I in I)e jure ngni opud Scotus, \. 

Joan M.iri.iii.L in agreement with, on 

inlclde, i 
BUchel, Gertrude von. artist and nun, i 
Buchen, petit inn of burghers of, for oxter- 

rnin.it Ion of BOTO I I I 2. 



Buchen, women seized as witches in [1602], 

xvi. 432. 

lib ral id by magistrate, xvi. 4:i:i. 

Buchenau, <;.. Bwchard Waldis, xii. 49 (n. 2), 

198 (n. 1). 
Biicher, Die Entstehung d. Volkswirtscha/t, 

xiv. 528 (n. 3). 

• Bucherfund von Palaus,' Busson, xiv. 500 

(». 3). 

• Biicherornamentik,' Butsch, xiv. 514 (n. 1), 

515 (n. 2, 3). 
' Biicherschatz,' xii. 372 (n. 4). 
' Biicherverzeichnis, " Historia Jesuitici Or- 

dinis," ' x. 334 (n. 2), 595 (n. 1). 

• Buchhandlungen und Buchdruckereien 

" Zum Einhorn," ' J. J. Merlo, xiv. 516 

(n. 2). 
Buchheim, assassination of preacher at, vi. 

452 ; xvi. 36. 
Buchholtz, Andrew Henry, professor of 

I I ieologv, Brunswick, on Amadis de 
Gaul, xii. 226-7. 

Buchholzer, George, Provost of Berlin, vii. 

296, 297. 

— defence of Melanchthon by, vii. 57. 

letter of, to Praetorius, vii. 297 (n. 1). 

death of, vii. 297. 

Bucbinger, Michael, of Colniar, ix. 362 (n. 2), 

366 (n. 3), 367 (n. 3, 5), 368 (n. 1, 4), 369 

(n. 1, 3) ; xiv. 109 (». 2), 110 (n. 1), 452 ; 

xv. 449 [n. 2) : xvi. 422 (n. 2). 
Julius Eehter v. Mespelbrunn, xi. 121 

(n. 2). 
his defence of Catholic Church by 

writing and preaching, xiv. 305, 305 (n. 2). 
advocates persecution of witches, xvi. 

396, 396 (n. 5). 
' Biichlein, Kuttenschlag genaunt, d. Teufels- 

Lehrer Macht bekannt,' Baron J. von 

Schwarzenberg, xvi. 292 (n. 2). 
' Biichlein von d. Bettlern,' by Selnekker, 

new ed. of, with preface by Luther [1580], 

XV. 505-6, 506 (n. 1), 509. 
' Biichlin von Unterweisung d. Kunst des 

Messens mit dem Zirckel, Richtscheidt, 

order Linial ' [1531], Jerome Rodler, xi. 

104 (n. 3). 
Buchner, xiii. 281 (n. 1). 
Buchner, Huldrich [teacher and poet], 

schoolmaster at Wertheim-on-the-Maine, 

his huge output of verses [1601], xiii. 343 

(n. 2). 
Buchner, John, xii. 34 (n. 1). 
Buchner, Nich., Benedictine monk and 

Abbot of Zwi efalten, ix. 335 (n. 5) ; xiii. 

519 (n. 1) ; xiv. 250. 
on moribund condition of Catholic 

Church, xvi. 63-4, 64 (n. l). 
Bucholtz, Francis Bernard, iv. 13 (n. 2), 18 

(n.l), 27 (n. 1), 29 (n. 1), 55 (n. 1), 61 

(n. 2), 168 (n. 1). 175 (n. 1), 189 (n. 1), 195 

(n. 1), 212 (». 1), 218 (n. 1), 237 (n. 1), 303 

(n. 1). 312 (it. 1). 322 (n. 2), 324 (n. 2), 367 

(n.l, 2), 370 (». 2), 383 (n. 1), 389, 397 (n. 2). 

Ill) (n. 1), 415 (». 1), 431 (n. 1), 469 (n.l), 

4*7 (n. 21. 575 («. 1. 2) ; v. 2 (». 1), 8 (n. 1); 

vi. 21 (n.l), 23 (n. 1), 136 (n. 1, 2), 146 (». 2). 

163 (n.l), 175 (n. 2), 177 (n. 1, 4), 179 

m. 1), 207 (n. 1), 219 (n. 1), 260, 316 (n. 11. 
! [n. 1), 395. 102 (ii. 1), 460 (n. 1). 467 

i /. 3), 488 (n. 2), 538 (n. 2), 540 (n. 1), 551 

(n. 1) ; vii. 29 (n. 1). 34 (n. 3), 110 (n. 1). 

I I I In. I). 128 (n. 2), 182 (n. 2), 186 (». 1 1, 
187 (n. 1), 200 (n. 1), 224 (n. 2). 231 in. 4), 
235 (». 1). 240 (n. 1), 243 (n. 1). 244 (n. 2), 
252 (n.l). 254 in. 1. 2). 261 in. 2), 269 
in. 2. 8), 270 (n. 1). 880 (n. 1), 331 (n. 8), 

184 (ii. 8), : xv. 181 (n. 1, 2), 182 (n. 1) ; 
xvi, iv.) (n. I). 



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INDEX 



Bucholtz, Francis Bernard, his Gesch. d. 
Regierung Ferdinand d. Ersten, v. 2 («. 1), 
73 (n. 2) ; xiii. 192 (n. 1), 211 (n. 3), 212 (». 
1) ; xv. 100 (n. 1), 112 (n. 1), 128 (rc. 2). 

his Vrkundenband, iv. 199 ; vi. 163 

(n. 2), 337 (n. 1, 2), 338 («. 1), 353 (n. 1), 
370 (w. 1), 372 (w. 1) ; vii. 262 (n. 1), 269 
(n. 1). 
■his Versuch, xv. 249 (n. 2), 300 (n. 3). 



Buchsweiler, witch-trials in [1569-1609], xvi. 

428, 428 (w. 2). 
Buchwald, C, Adrian de Vries, xi. 146 

(«. 4). 
Buchwald, G. v., Deutsches Gesellschafts- 

leben, xvi. 262 (n. 2]. 
■ Zur Wittenberger Stadt- und Universi- 

tiitsfieschichte in d. Reformationszeit, xiv. 87 

(n. 1) ; xv. 497 (n. 3) ; xvi. 277 (n. 1). 
Buckel, Hans, xvi. 422. 
Bucklin, Elizabeth, arrested for witchcraft, 

xvi. 422. 
Buehl, Das Verfahren Abrecht's v. gegen d. 

Grafen Joachim v. Ortenburg Archiv., viii. 

312 (n. 1). 
Budapesth, v. 434 ; vi. 467. 

introduction of printing into, i. 14. 

threatened by Solyman the Magnificent, 

v. 14. 

surrender of, to Solyman, v. 15. 

attacked by John Zapolya, v. 15. 

falls into hands of Turks, v. 235. 

Tartars encamped at, v. 381. 

Provost of, betrays Bavarian intrigues 

to Abp. Lund, v. 434 (n. 1). 
' danger threatening, known to Elector 

of Saxony and Philip of Hesse, vi. 165. 
resolution at Diet of Spires [1542] to 

free, of Turks, vi. 172. 
■ Sultan Solyman encamps before [1541], 

vi. 163. 
• Turkish Governor appointed over, by 



Solyman, vi. 163-4. 
— assault against, 



by Italians under 



Vitelli, vi. 177. 

• unsupported by imperial forces, vi. 



177. 



retreat of Joachim of Brandenburg 

from before, vi. 177. 
Budaeus, French jurist, xiii. 403. 
Buder, Sammlung, ix. 65 (n. 1). 
Buderich, ix. 351 (n. 1). 
Biidingen, schools in, xiii. 6 («. 1). 
Budowec, Wenzel, von Budowa, associate of 

Zierotin, a leader of Protestant party in 

Bohemia [1607], ix. 503. 

head of ' Fraternal Union,' x. 412-13. 

reassembles Bohemian Protestant 

Estates at Prague, x. 413-14. 
resorts to fresh measures of violence, 

x. 420. 
- and Protestant members of Provincial 



Diet of Bohemia [1608] demand of Rudolf 

II. the removal of twenty-five grievances, 

ix. 509. 
Budweis, taken by Passau troops under 

Ramee [161U x. 489. 
Buff, A., Augsburg in d. Renaissancezeit, xi. 

122 (». 1), 126 (w. 1). 
Der Rau d. Augsburger Rathhauses, xi. 

126 (n. 2). 
Das Augsburger Kunstgewerbe, xi. 182 

(«. 2). 
Augsburger Piatt ner der Renaissancezeit, 

xi. 186 (n. 2). 
Buffet, Biographie de Fr. Lambert, v. 80 

in. 1). 
Bufler, Jobst, of Eilenburg, tool of Elector 

Maurice of Saxony, vi. 504. 
Bugenhagen, Dr. Johann, of Wittenberg 



['the Apostle of the North'], xi. 228 

(n. 1) ; xv. 481 (n. 2) ; xvi. 24. 
Bugenhagen, Dr. Johann, violent measures 

adopted by, in Brunswick, v. 120. 

denounces Anabaptists, v. 164. 

■ attends Assembly of Smalcald League 

[1537], v. 494, 494 (n. 1). 
Memorandum of Advice drawn up by, 

v. 497-9. 
views concerning 'General Council,' 

v. 513-14. 
- drives Luther to dine with Vergerio, v. 



'Free Christian 



525 (n.) 
original objections to 

Council,' v. 533-4. 

on bigamy of Philip of Hesse, vi. 83-4. 

disadvises forcible installation of 

Protestant in Bishopric of Naumburg- 

Zeitz, vi. 182. 
sacrilegious conduct of, at Hildesheim 

[1543], vi. 210. 
sent on tour of inspection through 

duchy of Brunswick, vi. 212. 
letter to, descriptive of confusion in 

Church affairs, vi. 215. 
sends orders for preachers of Saxony 

to arouse enthusiasm for war against 

Emperor, vi. 320-1. 

— charges Emperor Charles V. with 
having ordered general massacre of the 
whole Protestant population, vi. 329. 

— inveighs against Flacius Ulyricus, 
vii. 44. 

— introduction of Lutheranism into 
Brunswick by [1528], xi. 36. 

— and the devil, xii. 378, 378 (n. 4). 
■ his school ordinance for town of Bruns- 



wick [1528], xiii. 63-4. 

his school ordinances for Hamburg and 

Liibeck, etc., xiii. 64, 64 (n. 1). 

— draws up school ordinance for town of 
Brunswick, xiii. 86. 

— on low rate of school fees in Brunswick, 
xiii. 87, 87 (n. 2). 

— his Pommerania, xiii. 424 (n. 2). 

— remains in Wittenberg during visita- 
tion of plague [1527], xiv. 90. 

his Wider d. Kclchdiebe, xiv. 264. 

— his Briefwechsel, iv. 312 (n. 2). 
aids Luther in revision of his Bible, xiv. 



407. 
— directs 



translation of Bible at Liibeck 



[1534], xiv. 407 (n. 3). 
- his disapproval of usury, xv. 



Zeit,' 



36, 37 
(n. 1). 

on disappointing effects of Protes- 
tantism [1554], xvi. 25. 

Buhl, H., xiii. 414 (n. 1). 

Buhler, iv. 261 (n. 1). 

' Buhlschaftsszenen aus damaliger 
Bartsch, xi. 234 {n. 3). 

' Btihnenverhaltnisse d. deut. Schuldramas 
u. seiner volkstiimliehen Ableger,' P. 
Expeditus Schmidt, xiii. 174 («. 3). 

Building Unions or ' Guilds' among German 
architects of Middle Ages, i. 165-7. 
— universal brotherhood of, i. 166, 167. 
■ Emperor Maximilian a member, i. 



167. 



■ architects outside of, i. 167. 



funds, contributions to, in Middle Ages, 

i. 175. 
Buisson, F., Scbastien CastelMon. Sa vie et 

son Oeuvre [1513-63], Etude sur les origines 

duProtestantisme liberal, xiv. 107 (n. 1). 
Bulgarus and Fred ric Barbarossa, ii. 1G6 

(n. 2). 
Bulgenbach, Hans Miiller of, iv. 217. 
' Bull of Reformation ' appended to Luther's 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



pampbl • Spiritual Estate 

of tin P 
Bull, Papal, "i tanocenl IV., Li. 76. 

oi pope Innocent VI 11 against 
fitchew 1484], xvi. 242 

51 and not! a sqq. 

-oi too X. against New Aristo- 
telians L618 . xiv. 116(n. 1). 

issued, condemning Luther's teach- 
ings, iii. 129. 

i up iii Leipzig, iii. 129. 

oo] 1 and destroyed by Wit- 
tenberg students, iii. 129 

lurnins of, at Wittenberg by Luther 



[1520], iii. 134 
' Bull-slayer, The,' by D*. v. Hutten, iii. 1 18. 
Bulle, ' Intergravissimas ' im Magnum 

■ , x. 54 (n. 1). 
Bulletins de la Commission royale d'hist., viii. 

n. 8). 
Bullinger, Henry, Zwinglian rector at 

Zurich [1584], v. 136 (n. 1) ; vi. 84 (n. 2), 

90 (n. 1) ; vii. 11 (n. 1), 31 (n. 1) ; viii. 

176; xii. 177, 244; xiii. 149 (». 1), 303, 
: ; \i\. 153 (n. 1), 181 ; xvi. 121 (n. 4). 

Bcholar at Emmerich, i. 73. 

on Luther's violence, iii. 211. 

his Der Wiedertaufer Ursprung, iv. 221 

(n. 2) ; v. 156 (/ 

on Thomas Mttnzer, iv. 221. 

his R msgeschichte, v. 329 (n. 1) ; 

x. 59 
.. ; punishment of hen 

by death, x. 224. 
-rejects all images, etc., in his con- 
ion of faith, xi. 28. 
his description of Paracelsus, xii. 27. » 

(n. l). 
joint author of Confe*si<> Hel 

prior [1536], showing his uradual change 

from Zwinglian to Calviniat, xiv. 175, 175 

(n. 4). 
his Confetsio Helvetica posterior [1566], 

xiv. 17 >. 
his De v :-,■<;. 

tii<i. terfectione 

[1538], xiv. 181 (n. 6). 
and Cochlaeus, controversy between, 

xiv. 283 1 
his firm b li l in witches and advocate 

of their torture, x\i. 364, 864 (n. 2). 
Bulow, von, Beitrdge, xiii. 36 («. 2, 3), 52 

(n. 2), 85 (n. 2i, 121 (n. 2), 125 (n. 1). 
Bulow, von, Vollrad, \v. i 
Bunau, Eeinrich von, nobleman and philo- 

■■■ t, i. 106, xv. 233. 
'Bundestag' f assembly of the Smalcald 

imalcald, Leagu 
Bundi?, \i. Seinrich, i w, x. 196. 

' BQndnisse und Gegenbiindnisse v. 1535 bis 

1686, Convolut, vi.2(n. I). 
' Bundmissbestrebungen,' Stoy, v. 73 (». 2) ; 

viii. L20(n. 1). 
Bundschuh Ign chosen by peasants for 
oner in Peasants' War) | = rising oi 

peasants], iii. 153 (n. 1), 840, 841, 342 ; 

iv i:;o, 218, 223, 224, 26S ; 

vii. 35 : \i- 389, 341. 

threatening^ of a, iii. 192, 286, 296. 

: it Hungerl I], iv. L86. 

iv. 

in Welasenburg 1517], Iv. I 12. 

in Kempten, is . i 

i irtch ol \n llrl desire [or a 

Phllli - ,,ial- 

u ir. iiu i ingon, \ I 
-i, pi umedb] Qrumbach I il, 



Bundschuh, design of banner, vii. 392 (n. 1). 

Bundschuhs = Peasants' Insurrections, iii. 
U2S ; iv. 129, 359 ; xv. 171. 

' Bundschuh zu Lehen und d. arme Conrad 
zu Buhl,' H. Schreiber, iv. 140 (n. 1). 

Biinigheimin the Habergau, portentous birth 
in, xii. 239. 

Bunsen, on inaccuracies of Luther's trans- 
lation of Bible, xiv. 418 (n. 1). 

• Bunsen,' Nippold, xiv. 418 (n. 1). 

■ Bunte Blatter,' Lubke, xi. 33 (». 1), 99 (n. 1), 
134 (». 4), 140 (n. 1), 160 (n. 2), 218 (n. 1). 

Burchard, J., Bp. of Worms, his Beicht- 
Spiegel, xvi. 225-6. 

• Burchard Waldis,' G. Buchenau, xii. 49 (n. 2). 
Goedeke, xii. 198 (n. 1). 

Burckard, George, Prof, at Tubingen Uni- 

versity, xiii. 363, 363 (n. 2). 
Burckhardt, Kultur d. Renaissance in 

lUlien, iii. 5 (». 2), 14; xi. 98 (n. 1), 114 

(». 2) ; xii. 315 (». 1) ; xvi. 287 (n. 1). 
Burckhardt, H., A. Gail, xiii. 405 (». 1). 
Burckhardt, J., Erinnerungen aus Rubens, 

xi. 161 (». 1). 
Burckhardt-Biedermann, v. Appendix, note 

xiii. pp. 550, 551. 
Burdach, Einigung it. neuhochdeutschen 

Schriftspraehe. xiv. 411 (n. 1). 412 (n. 1, 2), 

413 (n. 1), 414 (n. 1. 2), 416 (n. 1). 
his criticism of A. Berger, xiv. 416 

(n. 2). 
Bureaux, correspondence, established in all 

leading trading towns, xiv. 533. 
Biiren, Arnold, rector of the ' Collegium 

Aquilae,' Rostock, and friend of Melan- 

chthon, xiii. 301, 329. 
his efforts to order and discipline, xiii. 

301 (n. 2, 3), 337. 
Biiren, Daniel von, burgomaster of Bremen, 

vii. 281. 
demands expulsion of Musans from 

Bremen, vii. 282. 

likened to John of Leyden, vii. 283. 

Biiren, Maximilian von, Count, commands 

Netherland army in France [15231. Iv. 11. 
■ requested by Council of Frankfort to 



take formal possession of town for Em- 
peror Charles V., vi. 350. 
— commands Dutch troops of Imperial 
army against Protestants, vi. 339-40. 
•joins hup rial army at Ingolstadt, vi. 



339-40. 

Burenius, Arnold : see Biiren, Arnold. 

Burg, xvi. 449. 

Burgau, iv. 233 ; xv. 220 (n. 3). 

and Margraviate of, claimed by Ulrich 

of Wiirtemberg as share of his booty in 
Smalcaldic War. vi. 335. 

Margraviate of, \i. 317. 

Burgbernheim, x. 193. 

Burgel, Hermann von, treasurer of Heltorf, 
denounces witches to his overlord, Wil- 
h'lui von Scheidt [1590], xvi. 449. 

Biirgeln, i. 171. 

' Burgertum,' Kriegk, xv. 436 (n. 1). 437 (». 3) ; 
xvi. 188 [ii. 2). 

Burghard, O'egen reformation [1574 79], viii. 
353 (». 1). 

Burghausen, peasant insurrections in dis- 
trict of [1590], xv. L80. 

Burghausen, rent-collector to Duke Wil- 
liam V. oi B ivaria. viii. 326 [n. 3). 

Burgher and peasant life: see Peasant and 
burgher life. 

Biirgi, Jost, Swiss mathematician and 

iino r, and clockmaker to Emperor 

Rudolf II . \i. 208 (n. 1) ; xiii. 486. 

inventor of decimal fractions, logar- 

Ithms, and the pendulum, xiii. 486. 



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INDEX 



Biirgi, Jost, employed by Landgrave 
William IV. of Hesse in Cassel observa- 
tory, xiii. 486. 

appointed clockmakei to Emperor 

Rudolf II. at Prague, xiii. 486, 486 (n. 3). 

Burgio, John Anton, Freiherr von, on con- 
dition of Hungary, v. 14 (m. 1). 

Burgkmair, Hans, of Augsburg, wood en- 
graver, i. 204, 218. 

drawings by, i. 218. 

poverty of, xi. 47. 

decline in quality of his paintings, xi. 

152. 

devils by, in the ' Theatrum Dia- 

bolorum,' xi. 219. 

Burgo, German printers in, i. 14. 

Burgos, church at, i. 168. 

Burgundian Circle [=hereditary dominions 
of Charles V. in Low Countries], vi. 410-11 ; 
viii. 34 ; ix. 35, 38. 

oppression of, by Duke Alexander of 

Parma and troops of States-General, ix. 
36-7. 
■ invited by Duke Albert V. of Bavaria 



to join Landsberg League, viii. 63. 
' Burgundians,' the, vi. 8-9 ; x. 452. 
Burgundy, duchy of, vi. 340, 409 ; vii. 136; 

viii. 44 ; ix. 442. 
becomes part of French kingdom, 

ii. 193. 



• new representative district formed 
by, ii. 251. 

■ Hieronymus Aleander burns Luther's 



books in, iii. 172. 

— in hands of Francis I. [1521], iv. 4. 
• invaded by German troops [1523], 



iv. 11. 

renounced by Emperor Charles V., 

vi. 259. 



Burkhard, W., ix. 369 («. 3). 
Burkhardt, xiii. 31 («. 1, 2), 

(n. 6). 
Luther's Briefwechsel, 

Appendix, note xvii. p. 



32 (n. 1), 121 

v. 87 (n. 3), 

554; vi. 109 

(n.l). 

— Sachsische Kirchen- ?<.. Schulvisitationen, 
v. 88 (n. 1), 93 (w. 1), 99 («. 1) ; vi. 215 
(n. 2) ; xv. 455 (n. 2). 

— on decline of education in Germany, 
xiii. 23 (n. 3). 

— ■ Druck u. Vertrieb d. Werke Luthers, 



xiv. 520 (». 2). 
■ on low morals in Saxon electorate, xvi. 



32 (n. 1). 

Burkhardt, Carl Aug. Hugo, Wurzener Fehde, 
vi. 190 (n. 2). 

Burkhart, Franz, Vice-Chancellor of Saxony, 
v. 246-7 ; x. 183. 

letter to, from Luther, vi. 39 (n.l). 

assured by Granvell of pacific inten- 
tions of Emperor Charles V. towards 
Protestants, vi. 246, 246 (n. 1). 
- at meeting of Smalcald League at 



Ulm urges seizure of property of Catholic 

clergy, vi. 312. 
■ credited witli publication of Traktat von 

d. Autonomie, x. 183-4. 
charged with aiming at annulling of 

religious peace, x. 183-4. 
Burmanni, Petri, Sylloge epistolarum, xv. 

330 (n. 1) ; xvi. 401 (n. 6). 
Burr, Geo. L., xvi. 437 (n. 2), 439 (n. 1), 

441 (n. 1). 
his recovery of MS. of C. K. Loos, 

De vera et falsa magia, xvi. 358 (n. 1). 

— his Flade, xvi. 388 («. 1). 

The Literature of Witchcraft, xvi. 401 



(n. 6). 
Burrer, A., xiii. 286 (w. 2). 



' Bursa pavonis. Logices exercitamenta,' John 

Eck, xiv. 316 (n. 2). 
' Bursas,' iii. 42, 42 (n.). 
abolition of, xiii. 319 : see also under 

separate Universities. 
at Ingolstadt University, c'laotic con- 
dition of, xiii. 235. 
of the Silesians, Vienna University, 

chaos in, xiii. 220. 
Bursian, xiii. 59 (n. 1), 160 (n. 4), 331 (n. 2), 

335 (n. 2), 336 (n. 1, 2), 337 («. 1, 2), 338 

(n. 2, 3), 339 (n. 1), 384 {n. 1), 386 (n. 1, 2), 

387 (w. 1), 393 (w. 1), 426 (n. 1) ; xiv. 

514 (n. 3). 
Burtenbach, suppression of Popery in, by 

Schartlin, vi. 314-5. 
clerical property at, appropriated by 

Schartlin, vi. 317. 
Burtenbach, Schartlin von, on possible 

conquest of Hungary, and on Emperor, 

v. 391. 

on disturbances in Augsburg, v. 50". 6. 

Lebensbeschreibung, v. 506 (n. 1). 

Burwein.mortalitv from plague at [1585-86], 

xiv. 76. 
Busaus, Peter [Jesuit], viii. 284. 
Busaeus, Theodore, James Andrea, James 

Heerbrend, and Johann Pistorius, religious 

colloquy between, arranged for : see 

Discussion, religio is. 
on religious colloquy at Baden [1589], 

x. 120 (n. 1). 
Busch, Hermann van dem, his letter to 

Reuchlin III., 63-4. 
Busch, Johannes, Augustinian provost and 

reformer, on spread of books in Nether- 
lands, i. 23. 

on value of books of devotion, i. 54. 

suggests new occupations for Jews, ii. 78. 

his description of lives and works of 

the ' Willigen Armen ' or ' Alexians ' at 

Hildesheim, etc. [1470], xv. 437-8, 438 

(n. 1, 2, 3, 4). 
Busch, Histor. Bericht von d. Gange u. fort- 

dauernden Verfall d. Hamburger Armen- 

wesens, xv. 461 (n. 2). 
Busche, Herman von dem, i. 98. 

his poem on Cologne, iii. 29. 

■ personal immorality of, iii. 31. 

urges Hutten to action in defence of 

Luther, iii. 198. 
' Buschel,' C. Vetter, x. 154 (n. 2). 
' Buschgensen ' [ = Gueux Sauvages], depreda- 
tions and atrocities committed by, viii. 

123. 
Bush Gueux, surprised and scattered at 

Dalhem, viii. 41. 
' Bussbiicher und die Bussdisziplin d. 

Kirche,' H. J. Schmitz, xvi. 226 (n. 3). 
• Bussende Magdalena,' performed at Spires 

[1583], xiii. 193-4, 194 (n. 1). 
Busseto, interview between Pope Paul III. 

and Emperor Charles V. at [1542], vi. 256. 
Bussiere, De, Histoire de I'Etablissement 

du Protestantisme d. Strasburg, v. 141 

(n. 1), 145 (n. 1). 
his Histoire du Developpement, v. 422 

(«. 1) ; vi. 558 (n. 1) ; viii. 345 (n. 1), 429 

(n. 3) ; ix. 178 (n. 2). 
-his Histoire des religieuses Domini- 

caines, ix. 178 (n. 1), 179 («. 1, 2). 
Bussleb, John, schoolmaster at Eglen, 

Magdeburg, on insubordination of 

children [1568], xiii. 54-5, 55 (n. 1). 
his comedy, Ein Spiegel, bereit wie 

die Eltern ihre Kinder auferziehen [1568], 

xii. 31 (». 1) ; xv. 420. 
Busson, Der Biicherfund v. Palaus, xiv. 500 

(«. 3). 



70 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



• Busspredig fur alle Stande,' by Balthasar 

Rietesel, xii. 235-6, 236 (n. 1). 
Bussy d'Amboise, granted Abbey of Bour- 

-ueil, vii. 266 (n. 1). 
Butcher-boys, sodalities of, ii. 26. 
Butchers as letter carriers, ii. 54 (re.). 
Butchers' Guild : see Guild, Butchers. 
stalls, free, set up in various towns, xv. 

116. 
Buti, Lucrezia, paintings of, by Fra Filippo 

Lippi, xi. 91. 
Butjading, absence of schools in, xiii. 34, 34 

(n. 
Biitner, Wolfgang, of Wolferstedt, and the 

■ 627 stories of Claus Nan ' [1572], xii. 192, 

192 (n. 3). 

his Epitome Historiarum, xii. 245 (re. 2). 

his Dialectica [1596], xiv. 130 (re. 2). 

on dissolute life of nobles [1576], xv. 

345 (n. 2). 
Butsch, xi. 173 (n. 3), 215 (re. 2), 216 (re. 3), 

284 (re. 3), 238 (re. 2) ; xiv. 527 (rc. 3). 
on falling off in ornamental printing in 

Germany, xi. 179 (re. 1). 
Rucherornamentik, xiv. 514 (». 1), 515 

(n. 2, 3). 
Biittinghausen, vii. 318 (re. 2) ; x. 270 

(re. 1). 
Buttlar, Treusch, Kurt von, Das tagliche 

Leben an d. deutschen Filrstenhofen, xv. 

224 (re. 3), 229 (re. 1). 
Butz, Peter, on growth of vice In Strasburg, 

xvi. 45, 45 (re. 2). 
Butzbach, Dietrich, on condition of town 

of Worms during session of Diet [1521], 

iii. 185. 
Butzbach, Johann, prior of Monastery of 

Laach, i. 82, 83, 118. 
— - his work on painters, i. 83. 

on Bartholomew of Cologne, i. 96-7. 

■ his devotion to and eulogy of Tri- 

themius, i. 115, 118. 

publications by, i. 118. 

his description of Rhine province, i. 

344-5. 
his account of tailor's work in Asehaffen- 

burg in 15th cent., ii. 66-7. 

on German clergy, ii. 295-6. 

on princes and lawyers, ii. 182. 

Butzer, Martin : see Bucer, Martin. 
Buwinkhausen, Benjamin, Wiirtemberg 

ambassador to France, ix. 429. 
Buxtorf, John, the Elder, prof, of theology 

at Basle [1590-1629], xiv. 180. 
' Byencorf der heylighe roomsche Kercke,' 

Philip van Marnyx, x. 40. 
Byzantine Code : see Code, Byzantine. 
Byzantine Empire, strongest bulwark of 

Christianity, ii. 197. 
influence in German Empire, xi. 2. 

C. Olevianus und Z. Ursinus SudhofT.' xiii. 

131 (re. S). 
' Cabala, Spiegel der Kunst u. Natur in 

Alchymia,' by Stephen Michelbacher 

[16161, xii. 297, 297 (n. 2). 
Cabardey, conquered by Ivan the Terrible, 

vii. 112. 
Cabot, indebtedness to Regiomontanus, 

i. 143. 
Cachard, Conespombmr? <U- Phiiippi 11., ix. 

351 (re. 3). 
' Cacodaemones,' xii. 346 (re. 1). 
Cadan, Peace or Treaty of [1634], v. 418. 

terms of, v. 418-9. 

contentions between Ferdinand and 

rjhich over religions articles In, v. 42 (n. 1). 

420-1. 
divergence of opinion regai 



religious articles of, between Ulrich, 

Saxony, and Hesse, v. 421. 
Cadan, Peace or Treaty of, King Francis I., 

Dukes of Bavaria, and Sultan Solyman all 

dissatisfied with, v. 429, 431. 
Philip of Hesse's reasons for agreeing 

to, v. 429-30, 430 (re. 1). 
contravenes Treaty and promises 

troops to Francis I., v. 437, 437 (n. 4). 
' Caerimoniale Episcoporum,' published by 

Pope Clement VIII. [1600], xi. 249 (re. 1). 
Caesalpinus [1509-1603], xiv. 139. 
Caesar, xiii. 154, 162. 
fatal attempt of Emperor of Holy 

Roman Empire to imitate, ii. 118. 
Caesar, Philip, publishes pamphlet against 

usury, Vniversa propemodum doctrina de 

usura [1569], xv. 36-7, 37 (re. 1). 
Caesarites, x. 550. 
Caesarius, Johannes, at Minister, i. 72. 

at Cologne, i. 96. 

appointed teacher of Greek at Minister 

[1512], i. 72; xiii. 9, 9 (re. 1). 
' Caesarius,' Kaufmann, xii. 314 (re. 1). 
Caesaro-papacy, system of, under Emperor 

Maximilian II., viii. 253. 
Sebastian Franck's complaint against, 

ix. 101. 

effects of, ix. 101. 

declared by Johann Valentin Andrea 

to be an invention of the devil, xi. 5. 
its evil effects upon the German people, 

xi. 5. 
Cairo, conquered by Sultan Selim I., ii. 244. 
Cajetan, Cardinal Legate, ii. 246. 

address to Maximilian I., ii. 246. 

Maximilian's reply to, ii. 246-7. 

address to Assembly of States of Holy 

Roman Empire relatingto Crusade, ii. 247. 

suggestions as to war expenses, ii. 248. 

on ' indulgences ' in bis negotiations 

with Luther, iii. 91, 96, 97. 

■ on sack of Rome, v. 193 (re. 1). 

compiles commentary on the Summa 

Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas [1507- 

22], xiv. 358-9. 
Calais, offered to Queen Elizabeth of Eng- 
land by CondS, in return for her support, 

viii. 4, 53. 
its cession to England arranged for 

[1575] by John Casimir, viii. 200-1. 
Calamnius, George, new- Latin dramatist, 

xiii. 174. 
Calbe, vii. 291. 
Calcar, church at, i. 171. 
sculpture and pictures in church at, 

i. 185. 
brotherhood of Our Lady at, patrons 

of art, i. 185. 
of St. Anne at, their patronage of 

art, i. 185. 

carved altar at, i. 185. 

altar to 'Passion of Our Lord' at. i. 

185-6. 

' Mother of Sorrows 'at, i. 1 86. 

choir stalls at, i. 186. 

candelabrum at, i. L86 7 

glass-workers of, j. is;. 

organ-building at, i. 187. 

— sixteen carvers of, i. Is7 
- thirteen painters, i. 187. 



silk-embroiderers of, i. 1st. 

Calcutta, ii. 86. 
Calderon, xii. 142. 

bis fVundertdtige Magus, \iii- L97. 

Calendar, Julian, necessity for Improvement 

in, x. 52. 
new, of Pope Gregory XIII. [Gregorian 

Calendar], viii. ::>.> 



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INDEX 



Calendar, Julian. 
(». 1). 
■new [1582], 



abuse of, viii. 389-90, 390 



supernatural appearances 
during, controversy concerning, x. 62-7. 

improved, x. 52. 

controversies connected with intro- 
duction of, x. 52. 

campaign against, improved [1582], 

x. 52-74, 52 (n. 1). 

■ prognostications and portents concern- 
ing, x. 63-8. 

stirring up of the people against.x. 69-74. 

— portents and prognostications con- 
nected with, insignificance of, compared 
to others [1589], x. 75. 

Scheiner's defence of, xiii. 479. 

■ ■ Protestant objection to, xiv. 237, 237 

(n. 2). 

new, of Pope Sixtus V. [1585], ix. 130. 

Calendar makers and their predictions for 
1580-88, xiv. 73, 73 (n. 2). 

'Calendar of State Papers,' vii. 336 (n. 1). 

' Calendarium Historicum Decennale,' Gre- 
gorius Wintermonat, xiv. 532. 

' Calendarium Sanctorum,' Hondorfsturm 
[1599], xvi. 172 (n. 3). 

Calendars, astrological, xii. 302-3, 303 (w.2). 

' Calender fur 1801,' Westenrieder, vii. 175 
(n. 2). 

Calenius, Gerwin, xiv. 347. 

Calignon, Sofroi de : see Sofroi de Calignon. 

Calinich, xvi. 116 («. 2), 179 («. 1). 

on executions in Gotha [1567], xvi. 206, 

206 (n. 1). 

his Aus d. 16. Jahrhundert, vii. 399 

(n. 1) ; xiv. 501 (n. 1), 508 (n. 3). 

his Furstentag, vii. 206 (n. 2), 207 (n. 1), 

213 («. 2), 214 (». 1, 2), 226 (n. 1), 228 (n. 1). 

his Kampf d. Melanchthonianissmus, 

viii. 171 (n. 4), 175 (n. 2, 3), 177 (n. 2), 185 
(n. 3), 187 (n. 2), 189 (». 1), 190 (n. 1), 191 
(n. 1), 192 (n. 4), 193 («. 1), 195 (n. 1), 199 
(n. 1), 412 (n. 1) ; ix. 162 (n. 1). 

Calixtus III., Pope, efforts to free Europe from 
Turkish yoke, ii. 198. 

Calixtus, George, professor at Helmstadt 
University and Aristotelian, xiii. 278 ; 
xiv. 132 (w. 4), 170, 230 (n. 1, 2). 

his dominating influence, and contro- 
versies due to his teaching, xiv. 170-1. 

among first to treat moral theology 

independently, xiv. 193-5, 195 (n. 1). 

his Epitome theologiae moralis [1634], 

xiv. 195 (n. 1), 222. 

Calixtus, the Younger, xii. 71 (n. 2). 

'Calixtus,' Henke, xiii. 279 (n. 1), 280 (n. 1), 
302 (n. 4), 320 (n. 1), 381 (n. 1, 3) ; xiv. 
132 (n. 2, 3, 4), 137 («. 1, 2), 141 (». 3, 4), 
170 (n. 1, 4, 5), 193 (n. 2), 194 («. 3), 195 
(«. 1), 222 (n. 1), 234 (n. 1) ; xv. 315 («. 1). 

' Calumniae et Sycophantiae ' in Thesaurus 
Picturarum, xi. 60 (n. 3), 63 (n. 3). 

' Calumnien u. Ausstreuungen wider d. Societat 

Jhesu' [1589], x. 350 (». 1). 
' Calvary ' in Frankfort Cathedral, i. 183-4. 

inscription on, i. 184. 

endowment of, i. 184. 

Calvin, John, vi. 46, 98 (n. 2), 102 (w. 1), 147 ; 
vii. 11 (m. 1), 31 (n. 1), 77, 105 (n. 1), 188, 
373 ; viii. 176 ; x. 149 (». 1), 261 (n. 2), 
312, 313, 389; xiv. 167, 174, 176, 176 (n. 1). 

attends Congress at Frankfort [1539], 

vi. 35. 
gets to know Melanchthon, vi. 35. 

— letter to Farel, vi. 35 (n. 2, 3). 

■letter relating to Philip of Hesse and 



Calvin, John, anxious to gain Duke Wm. of 

Jiilich-Cleves as member of Smalcald 

League, vi. 73, 73 (». 2). 
advocates Francis I. cause at religious 

conference at Hagenau, vi. 137. 
thanked by Margaret of Navarre,' 

vi. 137. 

letter from Bucer to, vi. 241. 

dissatisfied with Melanchthon, vii. 40-1. 

his views adopted by Frederic III., 

Elector Palatine, viii. 1. 

teaching contained in books by, ix. 229. 

caricatures of, x. 73, 73 (w. 2). 

his Traite de Reliques, x. 250 {n. 1). 

— — ■ his teaching on ' free will,' x. 314. 
in favour of restricted tyrannicide, x. 

369-70, 369 (n. 1). 
cited by Milton as advocate of tyranni- 
cide, x. 374. 
his denunciation of pictures and images 

in churches, xi. 28-9. 
and his followers, their behaviour during 

time of plague in Geneva, xiv. 105, 107 

(«. 1). 
the model of exegetical students of 

reformed theology, xiv. 216. 

— and Luther, different conclusions 



Protestant War, vi. 42. 
— on Joachim II. of Brandenburg's con- 
version to Protestantism, vi. 60-1. 



formed by, on studying the Bible, xiv. 440. 
his Institutio Cristiance Religionis 

[1536], xiv. 174, 174 (n. 1). 
executions for witchcraft under, xvi. 

303-5, 305 (n. 1). 
' Calvin,' Kampschulte, xiv. 83 {n. 5), 94 (w. 1), 

107 (n. 1), 108 (n. 1). 
' Calvini Opera,' vi. 35 (». 2, 3), 42 (n. 1), 61, 

73 (n. 2), 98 (n. 2), 102 (n. 1), 147 (n. 1), 

241 (». 1), 353 (n. 2), 356 {n. 1) ; vii. 11 

(». 1), 31 (n. 1), 41 (n. 1), 105 (». 1); xv. 

456 (n. 2). 
' Calvinisch Gasthaus zur Narrenkappe ' [1598], 

Johann Praetorius, x. 49 (n. 1), 264-5, 

264 (n. 3). 
' Calvinische Arglistigkeit,' Erdmann Neu- 

meister, x. 261 (n. 1). 
' Calvinische Heuschrecken,' ix. 225 (m. 2) ; 

x. 321 (n. 1). 
' Calvinischer Bettlersmantel,' Andreas Engel, 

x. 265. 
Calvinism, ix. 353 ; xiv. 196. 

gradual victory of, viii. 438 ; x. 281-5. 

progress of, in Rhine district and 

Westphalia, vii. 376 ; viii. 346-7. 
loss sustained by, in death of Elector 

Palatine Frederick III. [1576], viii. 393. 

warnings against, x. 286. 

hatred of, in Hesse, x. 286-93. 

■ its introduction into Hesse by Land- 
grave Maurice, x. 287-93. 
attack on, by Leonard Rechtenberg, 

x. 298-9, 299 (n. 1). 
its progress in Northern Germany, x. 

300. 
introduction into Brandenburg, x. 

303-8. 

attacks on, in Brandenburg, x. 307-15. 

increased virulence of Lutherans against, 

ix. 104. 
attempt to convert town of Newmarkt 

to, ix. 104. 

danger of, to Empire, ix. 33. 

Maximilian II.'s transactions concern- 
ing, vii. 339-44 ; continued hatred of, 

vii. 351. 
Margrave George Frederick of Branden- 
burg's enmity towards, viii. 416. 

in duchy of Cleves, ix. 357. 

in Germany, banished from political 

life from death of Elector Palatine 

Frederic III. [1576], ix. 1. 



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HISTORY OF THE (J 10 UMAX PEOPLE 



Calvinism, in Franco, growth of, viii. 2 (n. 3). 
league to suppress, in France and 

Netherlands, ix. 107. 
Widebram and Olevian endeavour to 

establish, in Orange-Na jau, viii. 397-8. 
in the Palatinate, vii. 312, 313-28; 

viii. 160-1. 
after Diet of Augsburg [1566], vui. 

i i- 62. 
Elector Palatine Frederic HI. 

warned by Protestant Electors and Princes 

of dancers of, vii. 340. 
resistance to, in I pper Palatinate, viii. 

148 
preachers introduced by Elector Pala- 
tine Frederic III., 151 2. 

their violence, 152, lei 

Lutheran theologians endeavour to 

prove that, led direct to Mohammedanism, 

\iii. 160-1. 
its continued ad vane determiu id "ii by 

Elector Palatine Frederic 111., viii. 206-7. 
Count Palatine Louis's opposition to, 

in Upp r Palatinate, \ iii. 207. 
dread of, apparent at Electoral Diet of 

RatLsbon [1575], viii. 209-11. 

suppression of. viii. 394—404. 

reintroduc! kfter 1583, ix. 93-104. 

reign of, in Saxony and its downfall 

[1586-91], ix. 1 l.i 73 : xiv. 161-2. 

its brilliant outlook in 1591, ix. 156-7. 

Elector Augustus of Saxony's bitter 

opposition to [1574], and efforts to 

r\t rminate, viii. 147, 430. 

hatred of, in Saxony, ix. 161-8. 

leaders of, on tyrannicide, x. 369. 

Crypto, and its overthrow, viii. 163-97, 

411. 
its support srs at Court of Dresden, viii. 

17:: 1. 
end of triumph of, in Saxony near at 

hand, \ iii. hi. 
promoters of, detected by Elector 

Augustus, and measures taken against, 

\iii. 187- '.H. 
Court ol Inquisition appointed to devis? 

means for extermination of, viii. 189 91. 

treatment of its professors, viii. 189-97. 

' Calvinism of the Palatinate leads direct to 

Mohammedanism ' [1573], viii. 161. 
Calvinismus redivivus,' Nik. Selnekker, ix. 

153 (n Ii. 

Calvinist attack on Catholics in WoMmeinen 
der UHMhaflter I'lsi-ur* [1616], x. 593 i. 
it. 2). 

leaders CO I ity between selves, 

ior resistanc to Philip II., viii. 28. 

expect help from Swi-.s. English, 

and French Huguenots, viii. 28. 

r Synod of, at Saintes, \iii. 6. 

rebellion in Hungary and Transylvania, 

and Hi- r iVOlul ioi 

[1604 6], Ix. 12 I 
effect of, in Empire gen rally, ix. 

I -'- 

'Calvinista aulico-poliiicus alter, etc.," by Hoe 

V "ii Ho ii _'_' and I. onliar 1 Hutl T. X. 

801 ei ,, 317 ( n . 1 1 ; 

xlv. 16 
' Calvinister Kehrab,' Doberoiner, x. 216 

2). 
Calvinistic controversies, xiv. 
• Calvinistic Triumvirate ' in Upper Austria, 
xv. i '.in : m i Erasmus von 

h< rnembl. 
Calvinists, vii. 275, 70, 15 1. 

\. 101, 178, 150 ; xiv. 173 i 

Austrian, i\. 601. 

Boh ml in. Ix 501. 






Calvinist., French, zeal in Germany for cause 

of, ix. 131-3. 
German, Count Palatine Joint Casimir 

the political head of. ix. 2. 

Moravian, oppression of, ix. 501. 

Hungarian, oppression of, ix. 501. 

demand establishment of religious 

freedom in Hungary [1605], ix. 424. 
removal of preachers from district of 

Zips, ix. 424. 
insurrection of, in Upper Hungary, 

under Valentin Homonnay, ix. 424. 
make common cause with Stephen 

Bocskay of Transylvania, ix. 424. 

victory of Insurgents, ix. 425. 

granted free exercise of religion in 

Hungary under Treaty of Vienna [1606], 

ix. 428. 

— use made of, by the Palatines, ix. 



430. 
and Lutherans, antagonism between: 

see Lutherans and Calvinists, antagonism 

between. 

Melanchthon's hatred of, vii. 77. 

— their rejoicings over downfall 



of 



Tilmann Hesshus, vii. 312. 

— charges brought against, vii. 312. 

— gain ground in Netherlands, viii. 17. 

— in Cologne [1567], viii. 36. 

— tortures inflicted by, in Netherlands 
L 1572], viii. 126. 

— charged with causing war in Nether- 
lands, viii. 132. 

charg 'd by John Andrea with falsc- 



hoo I. viii. 161. 

— James Andrea accuses Wittenbergers 
as li sing, \ iii. 17:'.. 

— their ideas concerning Ignatius of 
Loyola's Spiritual Exercises, viii. 229-30, 
230 (n. 1). 

— and Lutherans, widened chasm be- 
tween, viii. 438 ; ix. 95, 103-4, 168, 218- 
26 ; xiv. 412. 

■aggravation of dissensions between, 



by introduction of Calvinism into Hessr 
and Electorate of Brandenburg, x. 281- 
322 : see also Lutherans and Calvinists. 
— -their complaints against Lutherans 
for their attachment to old forms and for 
reverence of Hosts, x. 293-5. 
■and Lutherans, methods of polemics 



between, ix. 163-6. 

•their mutual abuse, during Diet of 



Nuremberg [1611], x. 499. 

conflicts between, in Frankfort-on- 



th -Main [1614], x. 573. 

Lutheran attacks on, x. 259-66, 271 1 1. 



272 1. 
theirreply to, in Ein christlich gesp 

zwisehen 1 inem 1. < r mi, I ei n m 

Oeleh U n des Rechts [ 1599], x. 271 2. 

272 (n. 1). 
replace Lutherans in public posts in 

Saxony, ix. 150. 
and Lutherans, jealousy between, as to 

which party Archbp. Gebhard of Cologne 

should join, ix. 4S-50. 
in danger Erom 1 ■ 1 bel ween Cai hi 

and Lutherans, ix. 2, '.12 ; x. 520. 
bring accusations against ' Concordats ' 

[1581], ix. 2. 
scruples of, at joining with Lutherans 

to oppose Papists, x. 591 2. 
their constant intrigues and con- 
spiracies with foreign powers, ix. 104. 
and excommunication bj PopeSixtusV., 

Ix, 1 16. 

held in tear by Vugsburg Confessionlsts 

I 1591], ix. 1 is. 



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INDEX 



Calvinists, songs aud lampoons directed 

against [1586], ix. 153. 
Catholic charges against, at Diet of 

Ratisbon [1594], ix. 192-3. 
their conduct and policy at Diet of 

Ratisbon [1603], ix. 291 (re. 3). 
— — part played bv, at Diet of Ratisbon 

[1613], x. 536-8, 545-7, 547 (re. 1), 548-9. 
their intrigues with France [1594], ix. 

195. 

Dr. Selnekker's description of, ix. 228. 

in England, Franc, Bslgium, and 

Poland, x. 207. 
point to case of Aix-la-Chapelle as 

proof of intended extinction of Evangeli- 

cals, x. 567-8. 
their efforts to prevent election of 

Archduke Ferdinand to imperial thron . 

x. 623-4. 
their hops of an interregnum with 

Elector Palatine Frederic V. as Vicar of 

Empire, x. t>24, 624 (re. 2). 

and iconoclasm, xi. 35. 

translate Psalms into German rhyme, 

xi. 259 (re. 3). 
pains taken by, to construct system of 

Protestant scholastics, xiv. 181. 
polemics against, xiv. 187-8, 187 (n. 4), 

188 (n. 1, 2). 

— Synod of Ferte-sous-Jouarre : see 



Fertfi-sous-Jouarre. 
Calvisius, Sethus, cantor at St. Thomas 

School, Leipzig, xi. 251. 
teacher at Prince's School at Pforta 

[1582-94], xiii. 78. 
Calw, v. 425 (n. 1). 
Cambilhou, John, xiv. 338. 
false tales against Jesuits told by, x. 

490-1, 490 (n. 3), 492-3. 
Cambrai, free imperial city of, ii. 129 ; viii. 44. 

League of, terms of, ii. 237. 

confederates of, furnish Maximilian I. 

with money to advance against Italy, 

ii. 238. 

Peace of, signed by Francis I., v. 235. 

Treaty of, v. 439, 443. 

to be held by France, vi. 443, 444 (re. 1). 

town and bishopric of, taken possession 

of by Duke of Alencon [1581], Lx. 35, 36. 

See of, proposed conquest of, ii. 191. 

Camerarius, Joachim, schoolman and philo- 
logist, and pupil and friend of Melanch- 

thon, and professor of Greek and Latin at 

Leipzig, v. Appendix, note xvii. p. 553 ; 

vi. 188 (re. 1) ; ix. 473 (re. 3) ; xiii. 335 ; 

xiv. 209 ; xvi. 91. 
letters to, from Melanchthon, v. 220, 

225 (n. 1), 265-6, 267, 528 (re. 2) ; xiii. 

328, 328 (re. 2), 333 ; xvi. 21-2, 22 (n. 1). 
on dissensions in Protestant Churches, 

vii. 10-11, 11 (re. 1). 
to Duke Albert of Prussia, on abuse 

levelled at Melanchthon, vii. 143. 

on Naumburg Convention, vii. 215. 

and his tales of sorcerers, xi. 383. 

his report of portents occurring at 

death of Elector Maurice of Saxony, xii. 

268. 
on feats performed by magicians, xii. 

365 (re. 1). 
trained as teacher by Melanchthon, xiii. 

59. 
on corrupt state of school conditions in 

his Oratio de Miieriis Pcedagogorum, xiii. 

97-9, 97 (re. 4). 
his letter to Luther [1536], xiii. 97-8, 

98 (re. 1). 

■letter to George Fabricius [1550], 



Cam. ran us Joachim, appointed teacher at 
Gymnasium, Nuremberg [1526], xiii. 335. 

high salary paid to, at Nuremberg, 

xiii. 126, 126 (re. 1). 

■ his melancholy experiences in 

Nuremberg, xiii. 99. 

appointed one of chief masters at, 



leaves the town in despair in 1535, 

xiii. 101. 
• professor of Greek and Roman litera- 



ture at Tubingen University [1535], xiii. 

335. 
- — - professor of Greek and Roman literature 

at Leipzig University [1541-74], xiii. 335. 

his chief work, xiii. 335, 335 (n. 2). 

standard aimed at in philology by, 

xiii. 340. 

— Landgrave William IV. of Hesse's 

correspondence with [1598], xiii. 531. 
■ his Medizinisch-botan. Garten [1588], 

xiii. 531, 531 (re. 2). 
his general services to botany, xiii. 

531-2. 

his private garden, xiii. 532, 532 (re. 1). 

on the tobacco plant, xiii. 532. 

aids Prince-Bishop J. Conrad von Gem- 

mingen, in laying out botanical gardens 

at Eichstatt, xiii. 535. 
his Notatio figurarum sermonis in 

libris quatuor evangeliorum [1572], xiv. 

209, 209 (n. 4). 
his Notatio figurarum orationis . . in 

apostolicis scriptis [1572], xiv. 209 (n. 4). 
criticism of his methods by G. W. 

Meyer, xiv. 209 (re. 4). 
•lays foundation of study of Aristotle at 



Leipzig [1500-74], xiv. 132. 
— on disastrous effects of religious revolu- 
tion [1546], xvi. 28-9. 
• his Life of Melanchthon, iv. 62. 



xiii. 98, 98 (n. 2). 



Camerarius, Joachim, the Younger, xiii. 521. 
Camerarius, Louis [Councillor to Elector 

Palatine Frederic IV.], ix. 190 (re. 1). 
accompanies Prince Christian of Anhalt 

in his embassy to Emperor Rudolf II. from 

allied Princes, x. 421. 
his negotiations on matter of Imperial 

succession, with Count Matthias von 

Thurn, x. 620-1. 
his secret interviews with Emperor 

Matthias and Klesl, x. 621. 
reports Emperor and Klesl as unfavour- 
able to succession of Archduke Ferdinand 

of Styria, x. 621. 
Camerarius, Philip, account by, of drinking 

tournament at wedding of nobleman, xv. 

347 (re. 1). 
Camers, John, Father, xiv. 259. 
'Cammarlander und Vielfleld,' B. Wenzel, xi. 

357 (re. 1). 
Cammerlander, printer of Strassburg, xi. 357 

(n. 1) ; xii. 256 (re. 1). 
Cammin, portent near [1554], xii. 242. 
Bishopric of, Agricola's desire for, vi. 

398. 
withdrawn from Catholic Church. 

vii. 134. 
Campaign against Improved Calendar [1582] : 

see Calendar. 
Campaign, Turkish: see Turkish campaign 

[1532]. 
Campano, i. 17. 
Campeggio, Lorenz, Cardinal and Papal 

Legate, iv. 407 ; v. 300, 304 (n. 4) ; xiv. 

310. 
sent on embassy to Imperial Estates, 

iv. 33 ; his reception in Augsburg, iv. 33. 
Pope's dispatch to, iv. 33 (n. 1). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Campeggb, Lorenz, address to the Estates, 
iv. S4-5. 

instructions received by, iv. 39 (n. 1). 

protests against appointment of Court 

of Jurisdiction a( Spires, iv. 42. 
effects union between Archduke Fer- 
dinand, Dukes of Bavaria, and twelve 
bishops, iv. 44-5. 

on condition of Hungary, v. 13 (n. 1). 

exhortation of, at Diet of Augsburg 

[1330], v. 251. 

counsels recourse to arms, against 

Protestants, v. 303, 303 (n. 1). 

memorial and Sommario, v. 303 (n. 1). 

dispatch of, to Sadolet Mon. ref. Luth., 

xiv. 286 (n. 1). 
Campen, John von, and the social revolution 

at Soest, xii. 72, 72 (n. 1), 73, 74 (n. 1). 
Campo Longo, legend concerning nut tree at, 

x. 67. 
' Cancioneiro ' of Garcia de Rescnde, i. 14. 
Candelabrum in Calcar church, i. 186-7. 
Candia, iv. 7, 8. 

Candid, Peter : see Witte de, Peter. 
Candidus, Alexander [ = Blauckardt], xiv. 

247, 247 (n. 4). 
Candidus, Pantaleon, of Zweibriieken, 
officiates at marriage of Gebhard, Archbp. 

logne, ix. .'. 1 («. 2). 

Canees, Peter : see Canisius. 
Canis family, viii. 231 (n. 1) : see also Canisius. 
Canis, l'eter : see Canisius. 
' Canisii Epistulae," xiii. 183 (n. 1), 185 (n. 4), 
191 (n. 1), 192 (n. 2), 387 (n. 2) ; xiv. 
350 (n. 1), 360 (n. 2), 367 (n. 4, 5), 368 
(». 1, 2), 369 (n. 1), 370 (n. 1, 2, 3, 4), 376 
(n. 1), 436 (n. 1). 
' Canisio,' Bo to, ix. 297 («. 1), 325 (n. 2). 
Canisius, Henry, xiv. 366. 

professor of canon law at lngolstaiK 

[1590-1610], xiv. 366, 806 (n. 1). 

his canonical and patristic writings, 

xiv. 360. 

-bis AnttqiHC, Lecliones, xiv. 371, 371 
(». 1). 
Canisius, Peter, Father, first Provincial of 
Order of Jesuits in South Germany [=the 
apostle of the Germans], vi. 402 (n. 1) ; 
vii. 170 (n. 3) ; viii. 277 (n. 2) ; ix. 335, 
336, 339 ; x. 36 (». 1) ; xiii. 130 ; xiv. 452. 

on futility of religious conferences, 

vii. 30. 

accusations brought against, by 

M lanchthou, vii. 35. 

on differences amongst Protestants, 

vii. 40, 40 (n. 3). 

letter to Lainez concerning effect of 

Ratisbon Diet [1556], vii. 42-3. 
— on scarcity of priests, vii. 155. 

"ii religious changes in Vienna, vii. 155. 
his complaints ol scandalous lives of 
liamhergand Wurzburg clergy, vii. 182. 
against • lay chalice, \ii. §4 1 (n. 2). 

won over t" Jesuits by Ignatius of 

Loyola's Smritu •■' Exercises, viii. 230. 

tin- method of his work, viii. 231-7. 

on polemics, \ iii. 210. 

his family and birth [1521], viii. 231. 

his educal inn, viii. 231-2. 
his testimony to his teacher, Nicholas 
van Bsohe, viii. 231, 

Ives his degrees at Cologne [1538, 
16401, viii. 282. 
a" nds Pel r Faber's lectures at 

lie-, viii 

his eulogy ol 1 1648], viii. 219. 

j'. his • Boci i v ol .i as," \ui. :::(2. 
advocates cause ( ,i Germans with 
the Papal 

84 



Canisius, Peter, his letters to Lainez, viii. 233, 

233 (ft. 3), 234-5. 240, 240 (n. 1), 244, 248 

(n. 2). 
letter to Duke Albert of Bavaria on 

German nation, viii. 233. 
his determination to devote himself to 

German nation, viii. 234. 
method advocated by him for dealing 

with dissent, viii. 235-6. 
holds lenten mission at Straubing 

[1558] by request of Duke Albert of 

Bavaria, viii. 236. 
his modesty and dislike of controversy, 

viii. 236-7. 
his criticism of Wm. Linder's writings, 

viii. 237. 
• attacked by Melanchthon and preachers 



of Mansfeld [1556], viii. 237-8. 

— decides to refute attack by Martin 
Chemnitz on Jesuits, viii. 240-1, 240 (n. 1). 

— letter to Francis Borgias, viii. 241, 241 
(n. 1). 

urges Aqua viva to arrange for defence 



of Catholic Church, viii. 241. 

resolves on foundation of Jesuit 

colleges, viii. 242. 

appointed Cathedral preacher of Augs- 
burg [1559], viii. 244. 

his popularity there, viii. 244-5. 

— invited by Cathedral chapter of 
Wurzburg to send a member of Order 
of Jesuits to them, viii. 244. 
■ asked by Bp. of Wirsberg to send him 



a Cathedral preacher, viii. 244. 
— preaches in Cathedrals of Vienna, 
Prague, Ratisbon, Worms, Cologne, 
Strasburg, Osnabriick, and Wurzburg, 
viii. 245, 245 (n. 3). 

pays special attention to Austria and 



Bavaria, viii. 245. 

appointed Vice-chancellor of Uni- 
versity of Ingolstadt, viii. 246. 

— letters to Ignatius, viii. 246 (n. 4), 
248, 249 («. 1). 
• bad reception accorded to, at Prague, 



viii. 248-9. 
— - advocates the holding of a ' General 

Council,' viii. 249. 
letter to, from Ignatius, on treatment 

of students in new Jesuit College in 

Rome [1552], viii. 262. 

his catechisms, viii. 277, 278-92. 

publishes Summe Christlicher Lchre 

[1555], viii. 278. 
catechism in Latin and German [1556- 

58], viii. 278-9. 
larger German catechism [1560], viii. 

279, 283. 

prayer book, viii. 279. 

teachings contained in, viii. 280-2. 

— —their freedom from polemical element, 

viii. 283-4. 

— his ' Institutions,' viii. 283. 

— agitation among Protestants con- 
cerning, viii. 285. 

— attack on, by John Wigand, viii. 285 7 ; 
x. 324. 

by Flacius Illyricus, viii. 287-9. 

— - — by Tiliuann liesshus, viii. 289 '.mi. 
— by Chemnitz, viii. 290. 

by Paul Scheidlich, viii. 290-1. 



— undisturbed by attacks on, 291. 
retains unshaken love and confidence of 

Catholics, viii. 291. 

— calumnies circulated against.x. 329 (n. 3). 

— on necessity of protecting Catholicism 

in Bavaria, viii. 813. 

— his praise of Duke Albert V. [1563], 

viii. 31:; I 



INDEX 



Canisius, Peter, his objections to Jesuits ac- 
cepting office at courts, viii. 314-6, 314 
(n. 1); x. 351-2, 356. 

letters to Mercurian, viii. 314-6. 

on calumnies circulated, against the 

Jesuits, viii. 316-7. 
•letter to Hosius concerning lay chalice, 



viii. 325. 

his estimate of Duke Ernest of Bavaria, 

Bishop of Freising, Hildesheim, and Lidge, 
afterwards Archbp. of Cologne [1566], ix. 
58 (n.t). 

resigns command of Upper German 

province to Father Hoffaus [1569], ix. 294. 

his death in 1597, ix. 294. 

memory held in reverence even among 

Protestants, for his genuine love of 
Germany, ix. 294-5. 

— - his great reputation in Rome, ix. 295. 

his teachings, ix. 295-6. 

instructed by Pope to make known 

the decrees of Council of Trent to Imperial 
Princes and to arrange for their enforce- 
ment, ix. 296. 

■ failure of his efforts, ix. 296-7. 



— letters to Francis Borgia [1566, 1567, 
1568], ix. 297 («. 1). 
■ memorandum of, for Claudius Aquaviva 



on condition of Germany and its religious 
needs, ix. 304. 

describes ecclesiastics in German 

Catholic Church, ix. 304-5. 

his account of condition of the German 

people, ix. 305-6. 

impresses on General of Order of Jesuits 

inadvisability of appointing any Jesuit 
as confessor to German bishops or arch- 
bishops, ix. 306-7. 

objects to Jesuits occupying position of 

' confessors ' at Courts, x. 356-7. 

urges necessity for founding clerical 

seminaries, for maintaining students in 
interior of Germany, and for seeking out 
capable and good theologians for com- 
bating heresy and defence of Catholic 
doctrine and Apostolic See, x. 306-7. 

urges prevention by Pope of further 

seizure of Church property by heretics, 
ix. 307. 

urges removal of Protestants from 

Cathedral churches, etc., ix. 307-8. 

his guiding principle, ix. 309. 

interests himself in Cathedral scholars 

and poor students of Augsburg, ix. 316. 

on duty of ministering to sick and 

needy, ix. 328. 

incites young German Jesuits to devote 

themselves to sick and wounded during 
Turkish War [1595], ix. 332-3. 

publishes Kriegsleut Spiegel as his con- 
tribution towards the Turkish War, ix. 
333 (n. 1). 

his admiration for Johannes Justus 

Landsberger, a Carthusian monk of 
Cologne, ix. 338-9. 

helps in popular missions conducted by 

Jesuits and Capuchins together, ix. 347. 

draws up memoranda for General of 

Order of Jesuits disadvising the sending 
of missionaries to Protestant countries 
[1581, 1597], ix. 347. 

— to Eberhard Mercurian, x. 159-60, 
160 (n. 1, 2) ; xiii. 245, 245 (n. 3). 

— on duty of Catholic Princes to rid their 
lands of heretics, x. 214. 

— — letter to Duke Albert V. of Bavaria, 
extolling action of Emperor Charles V., 
x. 214-5. 

— remonstrates with,William. V., Duke of 



Bavaria, for employing Jesuits in affairs of 

State, x. 351-2. 
Canisius, Peter, complains of want of support 

in State affairs by Simon Hendl and 

(Jregory of Valencia, x. 356. 

illustrations to books by, xi. 175. 

■ his case in furnishing capable teachers 

to Jesuit schools, xiii. 130, 130 (w. 1). 
his labours for higher education in 

Germany, xiii. 137. 
■ his advocacy of the holding of ' school 



disputations ' in Latin and German [1551], 

xiii. 137-8, 138 (n. 1). 
— his report of tragedy acted at Strassburg 

gymnasium [1560]. xiii. 182-3, 183 (n. 1). 
— ■ on new Jesuit academy at Prague 

[1556], xiii. 212. 
■and Protestant tendencies of Vienna 



University, xiii. 217 (n. 2). 

his appreciation of libraries, xiii. 387 

(n. 2). 

— as Latinist, xiii. 390. 

— of the ' Magdeburg Centuriators,' xiii. 
459. 

— his reproach of Gregory of Valentia 
for violence towards opponents, xiv. 331, 
331 (n. 3). 

— his gentleness towards opponents, xiv. 
331-2. 

■ his condemnation of the ' Magdeburg 



Centuriators,' xiv. 332. 
his treatise on John the Baptist [1571], 

xiv. 332. 
— - his Vber Marie, die unvergleichliehe 

Jungfrau und hochheilige Gottesmutter 

[1577], xiv. 332. 
— his Entstellung d. Wortes Gottes [1583], 

xiv. 332. 
■ goes to Ingolstadt, lectures on theology 



[1549], xiv. 353-4, 354 (n. 1). 

professor of theology at Vienna [1553- 



1556], xiv. 354 (n. 3). 
— returns to Ingolstadt 



[1556], 



xiv. 



354 (n. 3). 

— commends the study of St. Thomas 
Aquinas' Summa at Ingolstadt, etc. [1550], 
xiv. 360, 360 (n. 2). 

his unprinted letters to Mercurian and 



Manareus, xiv. 369 (n. 1). 
— his desire for reform of philosophic 
study in University of Ingolstadt [1555], 
xiv. 375, 375 (n. 3, 4). 
■on the value of Bible-reading in his 



De Verbi Dei eorruptelis, etc., xiv. 435-6, 
436 (n. 1). 

— his labours for Catholic Church, xvi. 78. 
■ result of his labours in Augsburg, xvi. 



79 (n. 1). 

— on increase of witches and their persecu- 
tion [1563], xvi. 462-3, 463 (n. 1), 465 (n. 2). 

— absence of any allusion to witchcraft in 
his Catechisms, xvi. 463 (n. 1). 

— his literary activity [1543-1596], xiv. 
367, 367 (n. 4). 

— Exhortationes domesticae, ix. 296 («. 2). 
— ■ Brief an d. Scholastikei S. J. in Koln 

[1548], xiv. 375 (n. 4). 

his critical ed. of Tauler [1543], xiv. 



367, 367 (n. 5). 

— his ed. of works of Cyril of Alexandria 
in Latin [1546], xiv. 367-8. 

— his ed. of sermons and homilies of Leo 



the Great, xiv. 368. 

— his ed. of letters and writings of St. 
Jerome for school use [1602], xiv. 368. 
■his transl. of the Martyrologium [1562] 



of Adam Walasser, xiv. 368, 368 (n. 1). 
— his Catechism, viii. 277-92; xiv. 368, 
368 («. 3). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Canisius, Peter, his pamphlet against' Magde- 

Centuriators,' \iv. 868. 
his Latin 'Remarks' 

Sundays and fi stivals, xiv. -'168. 
his lives of German and Swiss saints, 

xiv. 3HS-9. 

his M . xiv. 369. 

edits new cil. of Oodrettus's Latin 

ulnar I L556], xiv. 369. 

edits writings of Hosius 1 1557], xh 

Martin Cromer [1557], xiv. 369. 

translal 9 two Latin pamphlets by 

II. .sins | 1559], xiv. 369. 
assists Didakus I'ayva de Andrada 

with his Orthodoxae Explicationes [1564], 

xiv. 369. 
edits new version of St. Epiphanius 

[1578], xiv. 369. 
aids in issue of complete edition of 

• Councils ' of Cologne Jesuits, xiv. 370. 
Canisius, Eiess, xiv. 333 (re. 1) ; xvi. 64 

(re. 2). 
' Canisius und d. Schulfrage,' J. Knabenbauer, 

viii. 278 (n. 8). 
Canisza, ix. 500. 
Cannon, inscriptions on, viii. 167, 167 

(n. 2). 
Cannon-balls, Inscriptions on, viii. 167 (re. 2). 
Canon Episcopi of Ancyra,' xvi. 218 22, 

■222 («. 1). 

Canon Law : see Law. Canon. 
Canonicae sanctiones, xiv. 399 (re. 1). 
Canons Regular of St. Augustine, Order of, 

xiv. 246, 247. 
Cantor, Andreas, at Cologne, i. 96. 
Can or, M., xiii. 471 (re. 1), 475 (n. I), 478 

(». 3, 4). 477, 477 («. 1), 478 (re. 1). 
.1. Dtirer ah SchHftsteUer, xiii. 475 

(n. 1). 
on C'lavius's edition of Euclid, xiii. 

479 (ii. 1). 

Cantor, Ursula, leaning of, i. 83. 
Cantual, Mayence [1605], xi. 288. 
Canus, Melchior, viii. H70 (re. 1) ; xiv. 347 

(n. -2). 
Capeflgue, Francois I < et In Renaissaner. v. 

328 (re. 1) ; vi. I (re. 2). 
Ut ' in de la v. 347 (n. 1), 

437 (re. 4). 623 (re. 2). 
Capellen, near Guelders, salary of school- 
master al . in 1510, i. 28-9. 30. 
Capernaites, vii I; ix. 224 ; x. 316. 

Capital: >e< Commerce and capital. 
•Capital '(Das Carl Marx, iv. 358 («.). 
Capito, Wolfgang Fabricius, Court preacher 

t.i Albrecht, Abp. of Mayence, follower 

..i Zwingll, iii. 17 : iv. 74, 75 (n. Ii, 163 ; 

v. I in : xiv. it',7. 302. 

warns Luther ..i i>..s-.ii.ie effect of his 

violence, iii. 1 36. 

r's teachings, iii. 250-1. 
letter to Zwingli, iii. 250-1. 

i ( Ii wb Mi lanchthon, iii. 251. 

prate s Abp. for toll ranee towards new 

i. iii. 252. 

receives I. tt. r from Prior Justus Jonas 

: i plating marriage, iii. 254 5. 
endi i iint i frich of 

w Qrtemberg, Iv. 224. 

on r> aoanl rising in Alsace, iv. 242. 

1.. Bugenhagen on Luther's strictures 

"ii i iv. 812 (/1. 2). 

— — char • with Btirrlng up anger 

to* ii'-. iv. 354, 354 in. 1). 
spread of his teachings in Strassburs 

V. 1 : 

letter of, to Parel, v. 1 1:.. 
delighted with action ..f Philip of 
. v. 'J 17. 



Capito, Wolfgang Fabricius, letter to Zwingli, 

v. 171, 17:; (re. 3), 349 (re. 2). 

to Zwingli on conference at Mar- 
burg, v. 230. 
to Zwingli concerning Suabian 

League, v. 404, 404 («. 3). 

draws up the ' Tetrapolitana,' v. 301. 

raises false hopes in Zwingli as to 

Ulm's entry into league of coburgership, 

v. 355. 
Bucer, Hedio, and Zell disagree amongst 

one another, v. 449. 
welcomes Caspar von Schwenckfeld to 

Strasburg, v. 450. 
his views concerning rights and duties 

of civil authorities in matters of religion. 

vii. 2-3. 
■ on prevailing contempt for religion, 



xvi. 27. 

— his complaint of dearth of scholars in 
Minister [1535], xiii. 105. 

'Capito and Butzer,' Baum, v. 231 (n. 3). 
' Capitolo del Forao,' by John de la Casa, 

put mi Index by Pope Paul IV. [15591. 

struck out by Sixtus V. [1590], replaced by 

Sixtus Y. [1590], and again struck out by 

Clement VIII. [1596], x. 38 (n. 2). 
' Capitular of Charlemagne,' xvi. 235 (re. 1). 
Capitulatio de partibus Saxoniae,' xvi. 235 

(n. 1). 
Capitulation, Electoral, viii. 210. 
sworn to, by Rudolph, on his 

coronation as King of the Romans, 

viii. 212. 
' Capitulation of Wittenberg ' : see Wittenberg, 

Capitulation of. 
Capo d'Istria, Peter Paul Vergerio, Bp. of : 

see Vergerio, Peter Paul. 
Cappel, advocate of Francis I., vi. 4. 
Cappel, defeat of Catholic troops by Pro- 

fce hints at, v. 224. 

terms of peace, v. 224-5. 

treaty of, v. 356. 

— battle of, v. 358, 358 (re. 1). 
peace of, terms of, v. 360-1. 

consequences of victory in Germany, v. 

364. 

Cappelmair, Wolfgang, Prior of Munich 

[d. 1546], xiv. 211. 241 (re. 3). 
Capponi, Luigi, vi. 463 (re. 1). 
Capua, Abp. of, nuncio to Pope Clement VII., 

iv. 27. 
Capuchin Church, Constance, ix. 380 (». 1). 
Capuchins, Order of, labours of, ix. 340-7. 

their manner of life, ix. 340-1. 

their activity in good works, ix. 341. 

Altdorf in Switzerland their lirst field 

of labour, ix. S 13. 

settlements established by, ix. 343. 

monasteries and mission stations estab- 
lish .1 by, in Switzerland, ix. 843. 
extend into Alsace and the Vorarlberg, 

Tyrol, and Styria. ix. 34:: 4. 
found monasteries at Bozen. Meran, 

and Brixcn. ix. 344. 
confessionals of, besieged by penitents 

during missions held by, ix. 345. 
mission labours of, at Graz [1600], ix. 

346. 
at Vienna, Prague, and Munich 

[1600], ix. 346. 
monastery built by Fuggers for. at 

Augsburg [ 1601 '. i\. 346. 

go to Rappersw} 1 in L602, ix. 346. 
•Constance and Enslsheim in 1603, 



ix. 346. 

Sur.M'. in 1604, ix. 3 1i'.. 

Rosenheim in 1606, ix. 346. 

Landshut, tfeuburg, Etatlsbon, Strau- 



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bing, Biberacli, and Roscnburg [1607-17], 
ix. 346. 

Capuchins, make many converts from Pro- 
testant to Catholic faith, ix. 346. 

death of thirteen from the plague 

[1610-11], ix. 347. 
■ work hand in hand with Jesuits in 



holding popular missions, ix. 347. 
efforts of, for conversion of lower classes 

of people, ix. 414. 
their settlements in Graz, Bruek, Cilli, 

Merburg, Radkersburg, Pettau, and 

Laibach [1600-15], ix. 414. 
their labours to save Catholic Church, 

xvi. 78, 84, 85-6. 
their self-devotion during time of 

plague, xiv. 112, 113, 114 (n. 1). 
Caraccioli, Marino, sent as Papal Legate to 

Germany, iii. 170. 
■ ■ meets with difficulties in Cologne, iii. 

172. 
Caraffa, Cardinal, summons the printer 

Lauer to Rome, i. 17. 
Carbes, Victor, appointed arbiter in matter 

of anti-Christian Jewish literature, iii. 50. 
urges the suppression of the Talmud, 

iii. 51. 
Carbo, Peter, his services regarding original 

text of Scriptures [1590], xiv. 362-3. 
Cardanus, Hieronymus, physician, his great 

reputation as magician and chiromancer 

[1576], xii. 310-1, 311 (n. 2). 
Cardauns, Dr., xvi. 243 (n. 2). 
on coarseness of Lutheran polemical 

writings, xiv. 339 (n. 1). 
'Cardinal Albrecht v. Brandenburg und d. 

neue Stift zu Halle 1520-41. Chap. IV. 

Das Heiligtum,' P. Redlich, xi. 129 (n. 1). 
Cardinals, College of, Pope Piu3_L5L- and 

Emperor Ferdinand anxious for reform 

of, vii. 253-4. 
' Caren,' the, xv. 455. 
Caricatures, irreligious, xi. 54-6. 
Carinthia, duchy of, x. 445. 

character of villages in, i. 320. 

invaded by Turks, ii. 200, 245. 

applies to States for help, ii. 248-9. 

— peasants' insurrection in [1478], iv. 



130, 171. 

— people of, arm against Archduke 
Ferdinand, iv. 239. 

— plan to invade, v. 370. 
■ to pass to Archduke Charles on Em- 



peror Ferdinand's death, viii. 294. 

— supports Emperor's appeal for aid 
against Turks at Diet of Ratisbon [1576], 
viii. 350. 

— discontent in, ix. 41. 

— imitation of Lucas Cranach's art in, 
xi. 67, 68. 

— counter-reformation in, ix. 382, 382 



(». 1). 

religious disturbances in, ix. 399-400. 

— towns and hamlets in, religious dis- 
turbances in, ix. 390, 390 (n. 1). 

Catholic restoration accomplished in, 



ix. 412, 413. 
Protestant Estates of, at Provincial 

Diet of Graz [1599] demand free exercise 

of their religion, ix. 404. 
Cario, John, astronomer, xii. 256 (n. 1), 461. 

his World-Chronicle, xiii. 461, 461 (n. 2). 

rearranged by Melanchthon, xiii. 

461, 461 (n. 3). 
history continued down to Charles V. 

by Caspar Peucer, xiii. 461. 
' Carl V. und Adrian VI.,' by Hofler, iv. 9 («.). 
'Carl V. und d. deutschen Protestanten,' 

Maurenbrecher, vi. 549 (n. 1), 556 (n. 1). 



Carl, Abbot of Metten [1535-37], virtues of, 

vii. 172. 
Carl, Archduke of Styria, ix. 303. 
Carl von Mansfeld, Count, a zealous Flacian, 

viii. 180. 
attacked for his Flacian sympathies, 

viii. 180. 
Carlos, Don, son of King Philip II. of Spain, 

his death falsely laid at door of Jesuits, 

x. 361-2. 
Carlowitz, Christoph von, envoy of Duke 

Mam-ice of Saxony at Diet of Nuremberg 

[1543], vi. 236. 
his criticism of Sleidan's history, 

xiii. 447-8, 448 (». 1). 
Carlowitz, Georg von, Chancellor to Maurice, 

Elector of Saxony, vi. 238 (n. 2). 
protests against robbery of Church 

property, vi. 48. 

— letter to, from Philip of Hesse, vi. 218. 
■ remonstrates with Maurice on conduct 



at Diet of Augsburg [1547-48], vi. 412. 

Carlstadt [town], iv. 329 (n. 1). 

migration of Protestants from, ix. 367. 

Prince Bishop Julius of Wiirzburg 

and hospital at, ix. 369. 

Carlstadt Hospital, ordinances of, xiv. 109. 

Carlstadt, Endressen Bodenstein von 
[= Brother Andres], professor of philoso- 
phy at Wittenberg and chief instigator of 
Peasants' War, iv. 74, 110, 111, 255, 279, 
290 ; x. 262, 263, 312 ; xiv. 142. 
- pamphlet by, iii. 252; iv. 96-7 (n. 2). 

starts discussion on the Mass, iii. 253 ; 

consults Melanchthon, iii. 253. 

determines to marry, iii. 254, 254 (n.), 

255. 

institutes new form of communion, 

iii. 256-7. 

pamphlet, Cleansing of the Churches, 

teachings of, iii. 257-8. 

sermons of, iii. 258. 

heads gangs of rioters, iii. 258. 

remonstrated with, by Elector of 

Saxony, iii. 261 ; justifies himself, iii. 



261. 



■ demands abolition of schools, iii. 261. 
goes to Orlamiinde as preacher, iv. 96. 

• his teachings, iv. 96-9. 
attitude towards Luther, iv. 98. 

■ advocacy of polygamy, iv. 99. 
interview with Luther at Jena, iv. 99- 



100. 

— banished from Orlamiinde, iv. 101. 

— goes to Strasburg and Basle, iv. 101. 

— gains over Zwingli to his doctrines con- 
cerning Eucharist, iv. 101. 

• gains over Oecolampadius to doctrines 



of Eucharist, iv. 101. 
goes to Rotenburg, iv. 101. 

— defended by Valentine Ickelshauer, 
iv. 101. 

— attacked by Luther, iv. 102-4. 

principles of ' Christian freedom ' as 

laid down by followers of, iv. 111. 

— ■ preaches against the Sacrament, iv. 
257. 



• condemned to death at Rotenburg, 
but escapes, iv. 329. 

— own account of flight, iv. 329-30 («. 1). 

— iconoclasm of, in Wittenberg, xi. 34. 

— joins Luther in opposing scholasticism 
and on behalf of Augustinism [1517], xiv. 
142, 142 (n. 4). 

■ declares against use of philosophy and 



logic in theology, xiv. 142, 142 (n. 5). 

— finally proclaims uselessness of all 
learning, xiv. 143. 

— Luther's differences with, xiv. 145. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Carhtadt, Endressen Bodenstein von, 
Bok and Luther, disputation between, at 

Leipzig [1519], xiv. 318 (n. 2). 
at Wiitcnli'T'.'.attcmpts to reform system 

of poi r-rellef [1582], xv. 453, 453 (n. 2). 
declared by Luther to be strangled by 

the devil, xii. 318. 
death of, and the devil, xii. 377, 377 

(n. 4). 
Rechtferligungsschrift in Betreff d. 

Abemdmahlslekre, iv. 330 (».). 
Carmelite Church, Dantzic, i. 171. 
cloister at Heilbronn forced to con- 
tribute towards Peasants' War, iv. 272. 
Order of, champions of the Catholic 

Church anions, xiv. 247. 

prior of, convicted of immorality, xvi. 65. 

' Carmen heroicum de partu monstrifero 

in oppido Rhain ' of James Locher [1499], 

xii. 231 in. 2). 
Carniola, Duchv of, invaded by Turks, ii. 

200, 245 ; v. 212. 

appeals to States for help, ii. 248-9. 

invaded by Count Frangipani, v. 13. 

desperate state of, vi. 250. 

to pass to Archduke Charles on 

Emperor Ferdinand's death, viii. 294. 
supports Emperor's appeal for aid 

against Turks at Diet of Ratisbon [1576], 

viii. 350. 

discontent in, ix. 41. 

its expenditure in Turkish War [1596- 

97], ix. 200. 
towns and hamlets in, religious dis- 
turbances in, ix. 390, 390 (n. 1). 
counter-reformation in, ix. 382, 382 

(n. 1). 
slow progress of Catholic reformation 

in, ix. 391 (n. 1). 

— Protestant Estates of, at Provincial 
Diet at Graz [1599], demand right of free 
exercise of their religion, ix. 404. 

Catholic restoration accomplished in, 

ix. 412. 

oppression of peasants in, xv. 182. 
Carnival festivities, xv. 269. 

— at Dresden [1609], xv. 269, 269 (n. 1). 
Carnival plays, by Hans Sachs, change of 

tit' and stvle in, xi. 329. 

their nature, i. 282-3. 

in Bamberg, i. 282. 

in Basle, i. 282. 

in Ingolstadt, i. 282. 

in Ltibeck, i. 282. 

in Lucerne, i. 282. 

in Nuremb irg, i. 282. 

Carnival Songs, I. \ i inpltit, i. 282. 

Carnivals, drunl > i ii order :it xv. 

loi;, 407. 
at Nuremberg [1588], disreputable 

revelry at, xv. 107-9, 409 (n. l). 
' Carolina,' the, xiii. 420, 420 (n. 1). 
applied tu entire Empire, xvi. 410. 
also Charles V., ordinance of, against 

witchcraft, and Penal Code oi Charles V. 

:in>i ii" : Empire, 

' Caroline religious edict ' : see ' Interim 

Religion.' 
' Caroline University': see Prague University. 
Carols, (In 267. 

Carol' :, 1 ,i rd ol Ilohen- 

111. 1 tc, .w.j J8. 
Carolus, Ji burg, publisher of 

r[c. 1609] xi 

Carousing, I ka on 

and ■ 
Carpenters, ships', th ir boors of labour 

I ltt> ck, \\ 126. 



iks mi drinking 



Carpi, Prince of, Albertus Pius, xiv. 301. 
Carpi, Cardinal Rud. Pio, Dean of Sacred 

College, despair of, at failure of Council of 

Trent [1562-63], vii. 271. 
Carpi, Count of, communication from Francis 

I. to, iv. 3. 
Carpzov, Benedict [=lawgiver of Saxonv], 

xiv. 214 (n. 2). 

his Definitiones, viii. 324 (n. 2). 

his Practica nova, x. 226 (n. 2) ; xv. 

347 (». 1) ; xvi. 513 (n. 1, 4), 514 (n. 1, 2). 
bis opinion regarding punishment of 

heretics [1635], x. 226 (». 2) ; xvi. 201 

(n. 1). 
his sermons on Christ as hand-worker, 

xiv. 477 (n. 2). 
• on application of torture in his Neue 



Sachsische Kriminalpraktik, xvi. 199-201. 
■on punishment of sorcery, etc., xvi. 



512 (n. 4). 
Carranza, Bartholomew, viii. 270 (w. 1). 
Carrichter, Bartholomew, of Reckingen 

[=the Kriiutel-doctor], house physician 

to Emperor Maximilian II., xii. 290 ; xiii. 

356 ; xiv. 23-7, 23 (n. 2), 24 (w. 2), 25 

(n. 1, 2), 26 (n. 1, 2), 27 (n. 1, 2, 3). 
his Practica aus d. fiirnehmsten Secretis, 

xii. 290. 
his Von grundlicher Heilung d. zauber- 

ischen Schiiden, xii. 290, 290 (n. 1). 
appointed house physician by Emp. 

Maximilian II., xiv. 23. 
■ blamed for death of Emp. Ferdinand 

I., xiv. 23. 
his Krduterbuch, xiv. 23, 24 (n. 1), 

25 (n. 1). 
Practica aus d. furnemsten Secretis, xiv. 

27, 27 (n. 2, 3). 
■ his Von grundlicher Heylung d. zauber- 



i^chen $chaden, xiv. 25-6, 26 (n. 1). 
— Der Teutschen Speisskammer, xiv. 



50 



(«. 2). 

Carriere, xi. 208 (w. 3), 217 (n. 2), 389 (n. 2). 
Renaissance et Reformation, xi. 114 

(«. 1). 
Carronius, Petrus, on the ' rack,' in De 

Sapientia, xvi. 356 (n. 1). 
' Carrying of the Cross,' by M. Schongauer, 

i. 237-8. 
Carstens, on genius of Michael Angelo, xi. 

89 (n. 1). 
' Cartas de S. Ignatio,' ix. 312 (n. 2). 
' Cartas,' Ignatio de Loyola, viii. 262 (n. 2, 4), 

273 (n. 1). 
'Cartas y otros escritos del P. P. Faber,' viii. 

219 (n. 2). 
Carthagena, Charles V. lands at, vi. 164. 
Carthusian Order, the, freest from corrup- 
tion, ix. 338. 
Carthusians, labours of the, ix. 338-40. 

assistance given by, to printing, i. 16. 

Cartouche work, xi. 115. 

Carus, Gesch. d. Zoologie, xiii. 525 (n. 1). 

on Clusius, xiii. 526 (n. 1). 

Carvajal, Bernardino de, Cardinal of Santa 

Croce, iv. 2 («. 1). 
Carvers of Calcar : see Calcar. 
Casa, John de la, Archbishop of Benevento, 

and tho false accusations brought against 

him by George Miller and the author of 

Ein hochnottenfltige Predig, x. 37, 38 

(n. 1). 

charged with publishing book in 

Praise »/ Sodomy and Pederasty, x. 38. 
defence of, by Protestant, Nicholas 

.Icmnie (iundling, x. 38, 38 (n. 2). 

his <'<ipit<>lodelForno,x. 38 (n. 2). 

lii^ mine t prose, x. 38 (n. 2). 

attack on, by Vergerius, x. 38 (n. 2). 



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Casale, G. da, v. 516 («. 3). 

Casarius of Spires, novice at Monastery of 
Hall, distinguishes himself by his morti- 
fication of flesh and spirit, ix. 344-5. 

Caselius, John, professor at Rostock and 
at Helmstadt Universities, xiv. 141, 170, 
170 (re. 3). 

his merits as a Latinist, xiii. 337, 337 

(«. 3). 

his want of penury, xiii. 381, 381 (n. 1, 

2). 
• his determined opposition to Ramus, 



xiv. 136, 137, 137 (n. 1). 
Casim-Begb, vi. 467. 

leads Turkish army into Austria, v. 378. 

■ defeat of, at Wienerwald, v. 390. 

Casimir, King, monument to, i. 197. 

Casimir IV., King, ii. 191. 

Casimir, son of Elector Palatine Frederic III., 

vii. 363 (re. 2). 
Casimir, Margrave of Brandenburg-Culm- 

bach, iv. 180, 323 ; vii. 68. 

shelters robber knights, iii. 279. 

gambling debts of, iv. 147. 

defeats peasants in East Franconia, 

iv. 324. 
— goes to Onolzbach, iv. 324. 

■goes to relief of Wassertriidingen, iv. 



324. 



— defeats peasants near Ostheim, iv. 325. 

— returns to Brandenburg, iv. 325. 

— goes to Markt-Erlbach, iv. 325. 

— negotiates with peasant leaders, iv. 325. 
joins new Church, v. 34. 

— considers plan of transforming Bishopric 
of Wurzburg into secular ' Dukedom of 
Franconia ' with self as Duke, iv. 325 ; 
v. 36. 

— disposed to become a ' Christian 
Brother,' iv. 325. 

— harbours bandit Thomas von Absberg, 
v. 35. 

— leads Wurzburg peasants to believe in 
his acceptance of ' Twelve Articles,' v. 36. 

— defeat of peasants at Konigshofen 
affects his action and he attacks, iv. 326 ; 
v. 36. 

— cruelties inflicted on peasants by, at 
Kitzingen, iv. 326-30 ; v. 36. 

— execution of peasants at Ansbach, v. 36. 
at Beireuth, v. 36. 



list of victims to his cruelty supplied by 

his hangman, iv. 348. 

— expostulated with by Hans von 
Waldenfels, iv. 348. 

— fines and blackmailing by , on insurgents, 
v. 36-7. 

letter to brother, Duke Albrecht of 

Prussia, on renewal of insurrection, iv. 

356-7. 

joins forces of Suabian League, iv. 327. 

summons assembly of members of 

Suabian League at Forcbhoim, v. 37. 
issues ' Memorandum ' for guidance of 

Franconian Princes and towns, v. 37-8. 

— proposes alliance with Princes and 
towns, v. 38. 

meets Count Palatine at Auerbach, 

v. 38, 39. 
meets Elector John of Saxony at 

Saalfeld, v. 38. 

— endeavours vainly to save life of 



Stephen von Menzingen, iv. 329-30. 

— endeavours vainly to save life of 
Deuschlin, iv. 329-30. 

— issues orders to preachers in his princi- 
pality, v. 40-1. 

— statement regarding ' Recess ' of Diet 
of Spires [1526], v. 75-6. 



Casius, George, Pastor of Burgbernheim, 
publishes and dedicates to Margrave 
George Frederic of Ansbach [1587] 
Teutsche Practik, x. 197-8. 

publishes and dedicates to Margrave 

George Frederic of Ansbach [15971 
Prognosticon astrologieum oder teutsche 
Practik, x. 196-7, 197 (re. 1). 

predictions contained in, x. 196-7. 



Casmann, Otto (school rector and preacher 
at Stade), xvi. 397. 

on "increase of vice in North Germany 

[1607], xvi. 150-1, 151 (n. 1). 

Casola, Pietro, on wealth of Venice, ii. 55. 

' Caspar Bruschius,' Horawitz, xiii. 332 (n. 4), 
377 (n. 1). 

Caspar, Melchior von Kestlarn, falls victim 
to plague at Innsbruck, ix. 331. 

testimony of town magistrate of 

Innsbruck to his devotion, ix. 331. 

' Caspar Scheid d. Lehrer Fischarts, Studien 
zur Gesch. d. grobianischen Litterature in 
Deutschland,' A. Hauffen, xii. 213 (n. 2). 

Caspar zu Hohenembs, called upon by Duke 
Maximilian of Bavaria to pay his con- 
tribution towards Catholic League, x. 
600. 

his grounds of refusal, x. 600. 

' Casparo Contarini,' Dittrich, vi. 44 (n. 1). 

Caspian Sea, vii. 112. 

Cassander, G., x. 7 (n. 1) ; xiv. 327 (re. 3). 

' Cassationsedict,' v. 112 (n. 1). 

Cassel, vi. 116 ; ix. 79, 171. 

church at, i. 174. 

wine produced at, i. 341. 

Emperor's messenger detained in, v. 

414. 

Philip of Hess" and Ulrich of Wiirtem- 

berg set out with army from, v. 415. 

■ -meeting between Melanchthon and 



Bucer at, v. 536. 

— theologians of, address of, to Philip of 
Hesse, vi. 89-90. 

— arrangements made in, for levying 
troops for Smalcald confederates, vi. 95. 
— ■ threatened with destruction, vi. 199. 

■ interview at, between Elector Augustus 



of Saxony, Count Palatine, John Casimir, 
and Landgrave William of Hesse, agree 
to furnish French King with cavalry for 
war against Spain [1572], viii. 129. 
— Synod summoned at, for discussion of 
• Torgau Book,' viii. 410. 

-to warn Protestants against dealings 



at 



with Catholics [1593], x. 255 

— ill-usage of Calvinist preacher 
[1605], x. 290. 

— Landgrave William IV.'s garden at, 
xiii. 529. 

■complaints against Jews in [1589], xv. 



59. 
Provincial Diet held at [1566], protest 

passed by Estates at, against damage done 

by Landgrave Philip's preservation of 

game, xv. 203, 203 (re. 2). 
Castagna, Papal Nuncio, favourable to 

Gebhard Truehsess, ix. 8-9. 
Castan, La Conquete de Tunis, v. 440 (n. 4). 
Castellion, xiv. 107 (re. 1). 
Castello del Buon Consiglio, offensive nudities 

in, xi. 234 (re. 2). 
Castelnau, Michael von, describes condition 

of France at time of ' Peace of Amboise,' 

viii. 9. 

Memoires, viii. 9 (re. 2). 

Castendorfer, Stephen, of Breslau, organ 

builder, i. 248. 
Castillo, on forsaken condition of Antwerp 

[1567], Viii. 28 (re. 1). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Castner, Gabriel, rector of Latin school in 

Munich [e. 1560], xiii. 155 6. 
- his loss of scholars, xiii. 156 (n. 1. 2). 
Castro, Alphonso de, viii. 270 (n. 1). 
Castro [town], Turks conquer and carrj ofl 

Christians into slavery, v. 440. 

• Casus reservati,' iii. 121 (n.). 
"Catalogue,' von Reber, \i. 199 (n. 1). 

Catalogue of the Distinguished Men of 
Germany,' by J. Trithemius, i. 114. 

continued by Bntzbach, i. 118. 

Catalogus abbatum imp. Monasterii Wein- 
gartensis,' <;. Hess, be. 336 (n. 2). 
'Catalogus Coll. Germania,' ix. 325 (n. 1). 

• Cat. de rebus in Africa a Carolo V. gestis,' 

ilhaaf, v. 440 (n. 4). 

• Catalogus haereticorum,' the, by Conrad 

Schlusselburg [1597-1601], vii. 18 (n. 2), 

ID (/(. 1) ; xiv. 173. 
'Catalogus prodigiorum, miraculorum, etc' 

[1563], xii. 245 (n. 1). 
' Catalogus perpetuus ' of Rhenish province 

[1622], xiii. 164 (n. 1). 
Catalogus testium veritatis," Eisengrein, x. 

5 (n. 1). 
•Catalogus testium veritatis,' Flacius Ulyricus 

|1556], x. 4-6, 4 (n. 4) ; x. 12 (n. 1), 34. 
Cataneo, vi. :'.S1 (;». 1). 
■ Catecheses,' Martin Cromer, xiv. :;.">2, 

352 (n. 1). 
Catechism, German, illustrations to [lt>75], 

xi. 175. 

Heidelberg, drawn up ami published 

in name of Elector Palatine Frederic III. 

[1562], vii. 316, 342. 348 : xiv. 176. 

— recognised as Creed of Church of 
Palatinate, vii. 316. 

invested by Synod of Dortrecht with 

authority of symbol of faith, vii. 316. 

Catholic Mass condemned in, vii. 316. 

defence of, by Frederic III., vii. 324. 

- Duke Christopher of Wiirtcmberg's 
conversion to, falsely reported, vii. 325. 

his attack on, vii. 326. 

— repudiated by theologians of Wurtem- 
berg and Wittenberg, vii. 326. 

ffort of Elector Palatine to harmonise 
it wit li Augsburg confession, vii. 327. 

Elector Palatine Frederic III. required 

t.. suppress, vii. 362. 

defended by Frederic III., vii. 363. 

introduced into Zweibriicken [1588], ix. 

156. 

Luther's, vii. 6, 6(n. 1), 7; viii. 410-11; 
i\. 114, 159, 169 ; xiv. 494. 
its ti achlngs, ix. 159. 
adoption of, in Austrian monasteries, 
etc., \iii. 301 . 

upheld by .lames Andrea, viii. 403 I. 
Johann Tettelbachs illustrations to 
►79], \i. 215 («. 1). 
turned into rhyme, \i. 259 (». 3). 

'II. viii. ! ! 



i ic, prepared by Salmuth 
and Btelnbach, ix. 152. 

n.w Wittenberg [1571], viii. 174-6, 175 

• „ ii. 

M icrthens opposite 

party [Flaclans] at Court of Dresden. \iii. 
hi 

"i Canlslus, Peter, entitled s- 
Chrittlieher Lehre\ 1655], viii. 278-92 ; xiv. 

pr (ace to, viii. 279-80. 

small oateohlsm in Latin and 

German 1 1 >56 57], 

abridgment of > \jjj. 

larU'el lien,,;, || | l.'.C'l 



Catechism, numerous editions and popularit v 
of, viii. 291-2. 

Protestant attacks on, viii. 285-91. 
of Coelde, Diedrich, i. 25. 

— ■ Dietenberger, viii. 277 (n. 3). 

of Monhcim, Johannes, entitled Cate- 



chismus, in quo Christianae religionis 

elements sincere explicantur, Johannes 

Monheim, x. 215, 215 (n. 3). 

controversy caused by, x. 215-6. 

oldest, i. 45-6. 

— its leading thought, i. 45. 

Roman, of 16th cent., viii. 275-7, 275 

(n. 1) ; xiv. 160, 269, 269 (n. 2). 
■ compiled under auspices of General 



Council and approved by Pope Pius V., 
viii. 275. 

— ■ Dominicans' chief share in compilation 
of, viii. 275. 

— sensation caused by, among Protest- 
ants, viii. 276. 

— criticism of, by Tilmann Hesshus, viii. 
276. 

— warm reception of, by Catholics, viii. 
276. 

— school, unedifving illustrations to, xi. 
215, 215 (n. 1). 

.smaller Latin, illustrations to [1613], 



xi. 175. 
Catechismus.etc, decreto Concilii Tridentini, 

ad parochos, Pii V., Pont. Max. jussu 

editus, viii. 275 (n. 1). 
Cathari, the, x. 102. 
accused of terrible crimes, xvi. 228, 228 

(». 2). 

Catharina von Bora, Hofmann, vi. 281 (n. 1). 
Cathedral, Andernach, i. 171. 

As-,isi, i. 108. 

Augsbun.'. stained <_rl;iss in, i. 21 1. 

Barcelona, i. 168. 

Basle, i. 171, 173. 

Bern, i. 171. 



■ treasures in. 



189-90. 
Beverley, i. 168. 
Bonn, i. 171. 
Bristol, i. 168. 
Cologne, i. 171 ; ix. 43. 
■Ave stained-glass windows in, fame 



of, i. 212. 

Constanca, i. 171. 

Cracow, i. 197. 

• Ely, i. 168. 

— — Emmerich, i. 171. 

Essen, i. 171. 

Exeter, i. 168. 

— Florence, i. 168. 
— Frankfort-on-the-Main, i. 17!. 

contributions to building fund of, i. 

1 75-6. 

-Freiburg, i. 171. 173. 

■stained glass in. i. 211. 



Freiaing, treasure li-t of. i. 189. 



— Gloucester, i. 168. 

Khur, monstrance at, i. 190. 

Leon, i. 168. 

■ Lincoln, i. 108. 

Mavence, i. 172. 

Metz, i. 172. 

Milan, i. 168. 

Miinster, i. 171. 

Orvieto, i. 168. 

Passau, ln\ ntory of, i. L89. 

Ratisbon, i. 171, 193. 

stained glass in, i. 211. 

Salisbury, i. 108. 

Seville, i. 168. 

Siena, i. L68. 

Soest, i. 171. 

Spires, medlseva] embroidery in, i. 21 1. 



90 



INDEX 



Cathedral, Strasburg, i. 172. 

■ Toledo, i. 168. 

Treves, i. 172. 

Ulm, i. 19fi, 198. 

choir windows in, i. 212. 

Winchester, i. 168. 

Worcester, i. 168. 

Worms, i. 172. 

Wurtzburg, i. 196. 

York, i. 168. 

• Cathedral Picture,' the, by Stephen Lochner, 
i. 201. 

Cathedrals, German, i. 164, 165. 

Catherine de' Medici, Queen of France, viii. 
3, 7, 119, 137. 

suspected of participation in assassina- 
tion of Duke of Guise, viii. 8. 

enters into negotiations withHuguenots, 

viii. 8. 

suggests accepting Confession of Augs- 
burg, viii. 8. 

proposes to appoint Christopher, Duke 

of Wurtemberg, Governor- General of 
France, viii. 8. 

concludes treaty of peace with the 



Prince de Conde, viii. 8. 

— her indifference to desecration of 
Catholic churches, etc., viii. 9. 

— her evil influence over son, Charles IX. 
of France, viii. 110. 

— said to disbelieve in God, viii. 114. 

— negotiates for marriage of son, Duke of 
Anjou, with Elizabeth, Queen of England, 
viii. 114. 

— her anger at Anjou's decimal to re- 
nounce Catholic religion, viii. 115. 

• suggests that Anjou should practise his 



religion in secret, viii. 115. 
is shown by Landgrave 



William of 



Hesse how to obtain crown of Holy Roman 
Empire for Duke of Anjou, viii. 119- 
20. 

— alarmed at Charles IX. 's resolve to 
declare war against Spain, viii. 129. 

■ makes condition of support of Orange 



that England and German Princes join, 
viii. 129. 

— loses all influence over Charles IX., viii. 
129. 

— her return to Florence rumoured, viii. 



130. 
plans to remove Admiral Colignv, viii. 

130. 
persecution in provinces, instituted by, 

nature of, viii. 130-1. 
persuades Henry III. to join ' league ' 

to oppose succession of Henry of Navarre 

to throne of France and to rescind his 

concessions to Huguenots [1585], ix. 111. 
Catharine of Aragon, v. 345. 
Catherine, Duchess of Lorraine, xiv. 37. 
Catherine of Mecklenburg, vi. 51. 

her Protestant leanings, vi. 51. 

Catherine of Sweden, marries John Casimir, 

Count Palatine of Zweibriicken, x. 586. 
Catholic attempts at reform : see Reform, 

Catholic attempts at. 
books, censorship of, in Protestant 

districts, xiv. 502. 
Church, its champions during attack 

upon, by reformers, xiv. 239-41, 240 

(n. 1, 2), 241 (n. 1, 2). 

College of Princes, vi. 152, 153. 

— Council Board of, discussion at, vi. 



152. 



Counter-Leagues : see League, Counter. 
districts, crime in, xvi. 161. 
— decay of education in, xiii. 129. 
Estates at Diet of Ratisbon [1603], 



their attitude towards case of ' four 

convents,' etc., ix. 287 (». 1), 288. 
Catholic Estates, their cause defended by 

Duke Maximilian of Bavaria, ix. 288-9. 
League of Defence : see League, of 

Defence, Catholic. 

powers, pamphlet against, ix. 108-10. 

priests, number of deaths among, from 

attendance on plague patients, xiv. 110-1. 

— reaction in Bavaria : see Bavaria. 

•reform labours and counteracting in- 



fluences down to Proclamation of Formu- 
lary of Concord, 1580, viii. 215- 

— religion established in Abbacy of 
Fulda : see Fulda. 

— schools : see Schools, Catholic. 
■ teaching on marriage, so-called, x. 



249-51. 
'Catholic or Mayence Bible' : see Ulenberg, 

Caspar. 
' Catholic Pearl, the ' [ = Students' Institute 

at Dillingen] : see Dillingen, Students' 

Institute at. 
'Catholic Unity,' by Nicholas von Cusa, ii. 

151. 
Catholicism, measures for restoring, in 

Bavaria, viii. 320-6. 
• Catholicon,' the, Appendix to i. 10 (n.) . 
Catholics, edicts against, issued by towns 

of Lubeck, Bremen, Hamburg, Luneburg, 

Stralsund, Rostock, and Wismar [1535], v. 

481. 
in Snabia, intolerance shown towards, 

v. 343-4. 

and Protestants, true cause of failure 



to obtain peace between, vi. 145-6. 

persecution of, by Smalcald League, vi. 

continued oppression of, by Protestants, 



17. 



vi. 285. 

— misrepresentations of their teachings, 
vii. 8-9, 8 (n. 2). 

drowned by order of Ivan the Terrible, 



vii. 113. 
— hopeless position of, in Germany, vii. 

195. 
- — charges brought against, by Protestants, 

vii. 355. 
■ charges brought against Protestants 



by, as to multiplicity of sects, vii. 355. 
— rumours of their plots against Evan- 
gelicals, viii. 37-8. 
■ and Protestant Estates of Empire make 



common cause against military despotism 
of Alva, viii. 41. 

— their efforts to oppose spread of Pro- 
testantism, and to recover lost territory, 
viii. 213. 
• Jesuits their mainstay in Germany, 



viii. 213-4. 

— their rejoicings at conclusion of Council 
of Trent, viii. 273. 

— their grievances, viii. 347-9. 
■ and the Protestant plot to gain the 



' Ecclesiastical Franchise,' viii. 361-4. 
: — order of Franchise recommended by, 

viii. 364-5. 
— their distress at caricatures levelled at 

their faith, and their retaliation, xi. 71. 
■ methods adopted for stirring up Princes 



and ' Estates ' to war against, ix. 108-10. 

— attitude of [1586], ix. 125-6. 

— people stirred up against, x. 47-51. 

— polemical war against, by Protestants, 
x. 228-55, 323-402 ; xiv. 182-4. 

■ accused by Protestants with befriending 



Jews, x. 246-7. 
— resentment of false representations by 
Protestants, x. 248-9, 252 :!. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Catholics, miseri es attending inroads of Rudolf 

iT.'s Passautri ops into Upper Austria ami 

Bohemia laid at fioor of, x. 489. 
, • fi ir wa i 

sion[1614J, x. 585-6. 
renewed charges against [1016], x. 

592-4, 593 (n. 1). 
refutation of charges in Dracomndmm, 

x. 593 (n. 2). 
their self-devotion during time of 

plague, xiv. 103-15, 103 (n. 2). 
morals of, affected by moral 

degradation of those accepting new doc- 
trine, vii. 184 ; xvi. 50-69, 76. 

dearth of priests, vii. 153, 169; xvi. 

i, 04 (n. 2). 
and Protestants, attempts to dissolve 

all fellowship between : see Protestants and 

Catholics. 
attitude of Protestants towards : see 

Protestants, attitude towards Catholics. 
theology and philosophy of : see 

Theology and philosophy of the Catholics. 

• Catholik,' the, xiii. 333 (n. 4). 
Cathrinhagen, church at. i. 174. 
Cattle-breeding in Bremen, i. 338. 
in Liibeck, i. 338. 

in Magdeburg, i. 338. 

in Spires, i. 

in Worms, i. 338. 

Catullus, xiii. l.vt. 
Caucasus, the, vii. 112. 

• Cautio Criminalism xvi. 263 (n. 1), 264 (*». 1). 

• Cautio Criminalis,' Fred, von Spec [1632], 

xvi. 467 (n. 1), 472, 472 (n. 3). 
' Cavalierlour ' the grand [=the Grand 

Tour], xv. 298 (n. 3). 
Cavalli, .Marino, of Venice, on position of 

French, iv. 4 (n.). 

on wealth of the Netherlands, viii. 12. 

criticises German Diets of 1542, vi. 

176 (n. 1). 
his judgment on confederates of 

Smalcald League, vi. 243 (n. 1). 
'Cave, Calviniahe : D.N.C.,' inscription on 

sword used for beheadal of Dr. Nicholas 

Krell, the Calvinist [1601], ix. 231. 
Caz, extraordinary climatic conditions in 

[1585], xiv. 77. 
' Cazzipori,' xii. 191, 191 (n. 2), 194. 
Cecil, Robert, Minister to Queen Elizabeth 

of England, on proposed marriage of 

Klizabeth to Duke of Anjou [1571], viii. 

14. 

ami Eanseatic L :ague, xv. 14. 

' Celebrated Painters,' by Butzbach, i. 83. 
' Celebriorum Virorum Epistolae ineditre,' 

Eummel, x. 274 (n. 2). 
Celestin, x.96. 
Celestinus, Dr. Johann Friedrlch [professor 

al J I ..4. 

his /' / Oeistes, 

vii. 370 In. 2). 
his attack on Calvinlsts in, x. 261-2, 

262 (n. 1). 

his attack on Belnekker, viii. ios (n. l). 

Celibacy: see Priesthood, compul orj celi- 

"l, and .Man i 

Celichius, Andnw. buw i of Meck- 

lenburg, his 77 

<1. newen Comet-en [1678], xii. 
258 fn. 8). 

his Dm 8 itani 1 1 I n '/.■ 

xii. 

on * [ 

(n. 1). 

' ' xii. :;27 

on of murder and suicide 



in his Niitzlicher und Nothwcndiger Bericht 
I L578], xvi. 169-70, 170 (n. 1), 174. 

' Celide and Sedea' (tragedy), xii. 165. 

Celius, scholar of Strasburg, in pay of Henry 
II. of France, vi. 422. 

Cella, battle near, vi. 437. 

Cellarer, duties of, in 15th cent., i. 332. 

Cellarius, Michael [Calvinist preacher], 
assaulted at Marburg, and flees from, x. 
288. 

stirs up religious disturbances in Augs- 
burg, v. 147. 
See also Keller, Daniel. 

Celle, xiv. 492. 

Cellius, Prof., arrest and expulsion of son of, 
at Tubingen University [1597], xiii. 314-5. 

Celtes, Conrad, humanist and founder of 
Rhenish Literary Society, i. 106, 150 ; 
xiii. 173, 345-7. 

his travels, i. 154. 

describes John Trithemius, i. 107. 

— — on consumption of meat in Nurem- 
berg, i. 339 (n.). 
■ becomes professor of Greek at Vienna 



University, i. 157. 

— his views of life, i. 157-8. 

— Charity Pirkheimer's strictures on, 
i. 158. 

— wide travels of, i. 158. 

— his treatment of history, i. 158-9. 
•his benefits to German literature, i. 



158. 



■ director of ' Academy of Poets,' i. 159. 

— establishes ' Danube Society,' i. 159. 

— founder of Rhenish Literary Society, 
i. 159. 

— his literary works, i. 159. 

— on life in Nuremberg, ii. 67. 

— shameless writings of, iii. 30. 
his attempt to revive the antique in 



music, xi. 247, 247 (n. 1). 
his IAhri Amorum, xiii. 346. 

— erotic nature of his poetry and terrible 
coarseness, xiii. 345-6. 

— first German to receive the laurel 



crown, xiii. 347. 

— crowned at Nuremberg [1487], xiii. 347. 

— his contributions to German history, 
xiii. 423. 

his influence on historian Aventin, xiii. 



428. 

death of, i. 158. 



Cemeteries, exemption from private warfare, 

ii. 147. 
'Cenodoxus, the Doctor of Paris,' by Janus 

Bidermann, and its author's masterpiece, 

xiii. 206-7, 206(n.2). 

humorous element in, xiii. 206. 

German rendering of, by Joachim 

Meichel [1625], xiii. 207 (n. 1). 
Censorship of the Press: see Book and Press 

censorship. 
' Censura et docta epplicatio errorum cate- 

chismi Joh. Monhemii, etc.'[1560], x. 215-6, 

215 (n. 4, 5, 6), 216 (;». 1) ; xiii. 141 (n. 1). 

See also Zensur u. u4ssen*ch. Darlegung. 
'Cento Lutheranus,' xiii. 188 (n. 2). 
'Cento Novelle,' the, xii. 194. 
'CentralblattfiirBibliothekswissenschaft.'xii. 

200 (n. 2). 
'Centuria,' x. 10 (n. 1, 2, 3, 4), 11 (n. 2), 14 

(n. l). 16 (n. S), 82 (n. 6), 90 (n. 1), 92 (n. 1), 
■ >. 2i. ( .t! (n. 2, 8), 95 (n. 1). 
'Centuria epistolarum ad Schwebelium,' xv. 

252 (n. 1); xvi. 27 1 (n. 1). 
'Centuria secunda das andere hundert der 

auscrwahlten, papistischen Liigen [1565], 

Vorrede.' Hieronymua Rauscner, x. ">4 

(n. ^) 



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INDEX 



Centurian, Johaun, his admiration for 

Trithemius, i. 115. 
Centuriators of Magdeburg, x. 246, 246 (n. 2). 
' Centuries, Magdeburg ' : see Magdeburg 

Centuries. 
Cereals, import of, to Antwerp, viii. 11. 
Cervantes, wounded at battle of Lepanto, 

viii. 108. 
Cervino, Cardinal, vi. 377 (n. 2). 
proposes adjournment of Council of 

Trent through fear of Emperor Charles V., 

vi. 381. 
'Cesky casopis historieky,' xv. 293 (n. 1). 
Cettinje, printing in, i. 16 (n.). 
'Chair of Pestilence' [=Papal Chair], x. 5, 

12, 25. 
Chaireddin [surnamed Barbarossa], corsair 

chieftain, called upon by Francis I. to 

take up arms against Emperor Charles V., 

v. 429. 

concludes a truce with Francis I., v. 438. 

ravages coasts of Italy and takes 

Tunis [1534], v. 438. 
defeats Emperor at sea and carries off 

thousands of Christians into slavery, 

v. 438, 438 (». 1). 

victory of, at Prevesa, viii. 103. 

Chaise-Dieu, Charles of Valois created 

Abbot of, vii. 266 (n. 1). 
Chalice, lay, question of [1562], vii. 240-6, 

241 (n. 1), 244 (n. 2), 243 (». 2). 

doctrine of, vii. 241 (n. 1). 

becomes a stumbling-block, viii. 325. 

Maximilian II.'s advocacy of, vii. 333. 

Chalons, Emperor Charles V., advance of, 

towards, vi. 258. 
Cham, slaughter of Calvinist preacher at, 

ix. 220, 220 (n. 1). 
Chamber, Imperial : see Imperial Chamber. 
Chambord, Treaty of [1552], vi. 449. 
Champagne invaded by German army 

[1523], iv. 11. 

devastated by Huguenot wars, viii. 10. 

Chancery of Mayence : see Mayence, Chancery 

of. 
Chans in Kasan, conquest of, by Ivan the 

Terrible, vii. 112. 
Chant, Gregorian, xi. 257. 
Chantonay, ambassador of Philip II. of 

Spain, report of, on murder of Francis, 

Duke of Guise, viii. 7. 
Chapel at Bingen, i. 171. 

■ at Cues on the Mosel, i. 171. 

at Kiedrich, i. 172, 173. 

of the Rosary, Kempten, iv. 234. 

Chapels, Protestant, their increase, viii. 377. 
Chapter of Order of Austrian Franciscans 

appoint thirty preachers to refute Lutheran 

heresies [1522], xiv. 259, 259 (n. 2). 
Chapuis, letter to Charles V., vi. 41 (n. 2). 
' Charfreitagspredigt,' Leonard Breitkopf 

[1591], xii. 271 (n. 1), 275, 275 (n. 2), 277. 
Charitable institutions and Church teaching 

in Germany in Middle Ages, ii. 292-3. 
'Charitas Pirkheimer,' Hofler, v. 45 (n. 1), 

66 (». 2), 118 (n. 2). 
Charity, duty of, ii. 91-2. 
Charlemagne, agricultural capitulary of, 

i. 328. 

his noblest mission as Emperor, ii. 114. 

Empire of, x. 423. 

Charleroi, vi. 4. 

Charles IV., Emperor, ix. 39, 70, 185 ; x. 

178, 302 ; xi. 344 ; xii. 61, 67 (n. 1) ; 

xiii. 357 ; xiv. 33, 411 («. 1). 
' Golden Bull of,' it. 122 ; x. 595, 596 

(n. 1). 
action of, towards doctors of Roman 

Law, ii. 167. 



Charles IV., letters of Petrarch to, ii. 196. 

portraits of ancestors whitewashed, 

xi. 205. 

edict of, prohibiting use of translations 

of Bible [1369], xiv. 398-9, 399 (jt. 1). 

edict not universally enforced, xiv. 399 

(n. 2). 

Charles V., King of Spain and Emperor of 
Holy Roman Empire [1520-57], ii. 268- 
86 ; iii. 155-320 ; vii. 95 ; viii. 4. 

— inherits throne of Spain, etc., ii. 268. 

makes every effort to secure Imperial 

crown, ii. 277. 

circular setting forth his claim, ii. 

277-8. 

Swiss declare in favour of, ii. 278-9. 

opposition to election of Francis I., 

ii. 279. 

letter to Aunt Margaret, ii. 278, 278 («.). 

effect of French gold against, ii. 279. 

Mayence votes against, ii. 279. 

Palatinate votes against, ii. 279. 

dealings of Henry VIII. of England im- 
peril election, ii. 279-80. 

Pope favours Henry VIII. of England, 

ii. 279-80. 
■ outbids Francis I. with Duke Albrecht, 



Abp. of Mayence, ii. 280-1. 
— popular feeling in favour of claim to 
Imperial throne, ii. 282. 

Franz von Sickingen becomes partisan 



of, ii. 283. 

— pamphlet supporting election of, ii. 285. 

— election of [28th June 1520], ii. 286. 

— addressed by Ulrich von Hutten, iii. 
108, 133-4. 

• Luther's faith in, iii. 122. 



— aspirations on his accession, iii. 155, 
158-9. 

— first manifesto of [1519], iii. 155-6. 

— suggests 'Council of Administration,' 



iii. 155. 
[=Perpetual Augmenter of the Empire], 

iii. 156. 

embarrassing position of, iii. 156. 

his Castilian crown threatened by Don 

Manuel of Portugal, iii. 156. 
• general discord reigning in Germany 



at time of accession, iii. 156-7. 
depleted treasury at time of accession, 

iii. 157. 

price of crown of Germany to, iii. 157. 

his desire for peace, iii. 157. 

state entry into Aix-la-Chapelle, iii. 

157-8. 

coronation of, iii. 157-60. 

his interpretation of coronation oath, 

iii. 158, 159, 159 («.). 
coronation of, oath of allegiance taken 

by whole electorate at, iii. 159-61. 
convokes Diet at Worms [1521], iii. 161. 

— his proclamation at, iii. 161. 

■ urges formation of Council of Regency 



[=Reichsregiment], iii. 161. 
declares determination to recover lost 

provinces, iii. 161. 

prays for restoration of peace, iii. 161. 

proclaims his hope to restore Empire 

to former honour and dignity, iii. 162; 

offers to provide horse and Swis3 troops for 

purpose, iii. 167 ; States agree to furnish 

troops for expedition to Rome, iii. 168-9. 
rejects Elector's scheme for Council of 

Regency [ = Reichsregiment], iii. 163-4; 

modification of scheme, iii. 164-5. 
announces scheme for maintenance of 

public peace, iii. 165. 
resolves to be crowned again in Rome, 

iii. 161, 167. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Charles V. desires to bind Federal Stati 
Switzerland] more closely to Empire, 

iii. 168. 
directs Elector of Saxony to take 

Luther to Worms for trial, iii. 174-5. 
lays before delegates draft of mandate 

to b issued against Luther, iii. 178-9. 
judicious conduct as regards Luther, 

iii. 180-1. 

invites Lui her to attend Diet, iii. 181. 

eager for redress of abuses in Church, iii. 

184. 

orders that Luther shall depart from 

Worms [19th April 1521], iii. 191, 195. 

issues edict against Lather, iii. 196 7. 

-resigns 24,000 troops intended 

march to Rome, for use against Turks 
1522], iii. 308. 
and his election, promises concerning 

taxation [1519], iii. 316 7: xv. 19, 20 (»i. 1). 

Pope Adrian VI. tutor to. iii. 320. 

vicegerent to, in Spain, iii. 320. 

is denied title of Emperor by Francis 

I., iv. 2. 
hostilities opened against, by Francis 

I., iv. 2. 

enforced return to Spain, iv. 3. 

attacked by Robert de la March in 

Netherlands, iv. 3. 

threatened by Francis I. in Italy, iv. 3. 

alliance with Pope against France 

[1521], iv. 4-5. 

plans for recovery of Milan, iv. 5. 

of Genoa, iv. 5. 

forms alliance with Henry VIII. of 

England, iv. 5. 
letter to Poupetde la Chaux on dan'_' is 

threatening Christendom, iv. 6-7. 
proposes triple alliance between him- 
self, Henry VIII. of England, and Pope 

Adrian, iv. 8. 

proposes three years' trace, iv. 8. 

concludes treaty with Venice [1523], iv. 

10; Joined by many Italian Princes and 

towns, iv. 10. 
repudiates Francis I.'s charge that he 

is responsible for war | 1524], iv. l2-i;s. 
letter to brother, Archduke Ferdinand. 

iv. 13 (n. 1). 
expresses his constant desire for peac . 

iv. 13. 

letter to Lannoy, iv. 13 (n. 2). 

instruction to Ambassador in Kngland. 

iv. 13 14, 14 (n.). 
grants audience at Valladolid to envoys 

of free imperial cities [1523], iv. 15. 

informs envoys secretly of favourable 

towards free imperial cities, iv. 

17 is. 
I r enforcement of Acts against 

Lather, iv. 19. 
i charges of favouring Luther, 

iv. 
secret enmity of Francis 1. towards, iv. 

25. 
letter to Archduke Ferdinand of pro- 

posed pi I itions, iv. 27. 

i rmn ocal ion of 

nli 1524], iv. 

It, 

promises to ask pope to convene 

GBi ,n [en 
1 .-I Worms be con- 

Formed to, i\ 1 1. 
member oi Soablan League, iv, 214. 

i in,' ol France in Lombardy, 

i\. 

"i i (rich of \\ 

1 i'i\ i.i, v. 2. 



Charbs V., intrigues of Electors of Branden- 
burg, the Palatinate, and Treves against, 
frustrated by victory at Pavia, v. 2. 

his manner of receiving news of victory, 

\ . 4-5. 

summons Diet [1525] to meet at 

Augsburg, v. 3. 

arranges to go to Rome to receive 

imperial crown, v. 3. 

invited by Henry VIII. to invade 

France from Spain, v. 4. 

- his great desire to liberate Europe from 
Turks, v. 4. 

letter to Margaret, Governess of the 

Netherlands, v. 5. 

moderation of his demands on France, 

v. 5 6. 

consents to amnesty of Breda, v. 5 
[n. 2). 

demands restoration of duchy of 
Burgundy, v. 5. 

- demands restoration of duchy of 
.Milan, v. 6. 

■ appeal to Francis I., v. 7. 

— breach with Pope Clement, v. 7, 8. 

— attitude towards treaty of peace, v. 8. 

conspiracy in Milan against, v. 8-9. 

prosecutes Duke Francis Sforza for 

high treason, v. 9. 
his transactions with Charles, Duke of 

Bourbon, Constable of France, v. 9, 9 (n. 1). 
■ league formed against, by Pope Clement 

VII., Duke Francis Sforza, Venice, and 

Florence, v. 9-10. 
and Francis I., recriminations between, 

regarding rupture of Peace of Madrid, v. 

10, Appendix (». 1). 
sends Ugo de Moncada as ambassador 

to Rome, v. 10, 10 (n. 3). 
accused of avarice and designs against 

Papacy by Clement VI [., v. 11. 

answer to Clement VII., v. U-12. 

war with Italy, v. 21. 

his great desire for peace, v. 21. 

concerted endeavour to thrust from 

imperial throne, v. 23-5, 26. 
summons Diet at Augsburg [1525], v. 

41. 
announces intention of going to Rome 

to receive imperial crown [Feb. 1526], V. 

54 5. 

— writes to Archduke Ferdinand concern- 
ing proposed journey to Rome, v. 55. 

ids all alterations in matters of 

religion, v. 5 >. 
gives instructions to Duke Henry of 

Brunswick, v. 55. 
expresses thanks to those Princes and 

Electors who have remained true to the 

Old faith, v. 55. 
promises to endeavour to re-establish 

unity of the Church, v. 55 6. 
sends dispatch to Bp. William of 

Strassburg for circulation, v. 56. 

— renews charter for Diet of Spires, v. 55. 

instructions to Diet of Spires, v. 59. 

calls upon Diet oi Spires for prompt aid 

linsf Turks, v. 70. 
ridicule cast on, in Christmas play at 

Stralsund [1525], v. 119. 
issues mandate decreeing penalty of 

d it b on all Anabaptists, v. 162, 

modification of mandate, v. 163. 

Nuremberg offers aid to Philip of Hesse 

for attach on, \ . i . 

proposed as arbitrator between Abps. 

of Mayence and Treves and Philip of 

Sesse, v. 177. 

mons l>iel of Spires [1529], v. 188 



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INDEX 



Charles V. and Pope, war and reconciliation 
between, v. 188-222. 
■ offers to march against Turks in person, 



v. 188. 
■lays 



no personal claim to duchy of 

Milan, v. 189. 
offers to enter into negotiations with 

Francis I. for conclusion of fresh treat v, 

v. 189. 
expresses himself willing to renounce 

Burgundy and Flanders if it were the wish 

of Clement VII., v. 189, 195. 
offers to liberate French king's sons in 

return for money ransom, v. 189, 195. 
innocent of atrocities committed at 

Sack of Rome, v. 192. 
sends Pierre de Veyre to General 

Lannoy regarding atrocities at Sack of 

Rome, v. 192-3. 
suggests the removal of Pope Cle- 
ment VII. to Spain, v. 193-4. 
sends messages of sympathy to Pops, 

v. 194. 
stipulates, in his overtures for peace, 

that the French General Lautrec shall 

leave Italy, v. 195. 
stipulates, in overtures for peace, that 

Genoa, Alessandria, and Pavia be sur- 
rendered, v. 195, 195 (n. 2). 
Francis I. stirs up notables at Diet 

against, v. 204. 
doubts cast on his religious enthusiasm 

by Francis I., v. 204. 
• intrigues of Zwinglians against, v. 234- 



47. 

concludes treaty with Pope, v. 235. 

lands in Genoa with troops, 

concludes peace with Venetians at 

Bologna, v. 237. 
reconciled with Duke Sforza of Milan, 

v. 237. 
meeting between, and Pope, at Bologna, 

v. 237. 
is presented with crown of Lombardy, 

v. 238. 
received Imperial crown at hands of 

Pope, v. 238. 
receives deputation of notables at 

Piacenza, v. 238. 

his answer to deputation, v. 239-40. 

summons Estates from Bologna to Diet 

of Augsburg, v. 240. 
entry into Augsburg, v. 248-9, 249 

[n. 1). 
suggests General Council to settle the 

difficulties contained in the ' Confession of 

Augsburg,' v. 256-7. 
testimony of Protestants to his high 

character, v. 260-1. 
laments inopportune withdrawal of 

Philip of Hesse from Diet, v. 261. 
■ demands restitution of despoiled pos- 
sessions of Church, v. 282. 
demands toleration of Catholic worship 

in Protestant States, v. 283. 
commissions Count Palatine Frederick 

to negotiate with Elector John of Saxonv, 

v. 294. 
draws up ' Recess ' of Diet of Augsburg 

[1530], v. 294. 
■ grants respite to Elector of Saxony and 

Protestant Estates, v. 295. 
declines to accept Melanchthon's 

' Apologia,' v. 296. 

declines to alter ' Recess,' v. 296. 

takes leave of Elector John of Saxony, 

v. 296. 
■ endeavours to secure peace with Protes- 



Charles V. causes refutation of the ' Tetrapoli- 
tana' to be read at Diet, v. 302. 

promises made by, at Peace of Barce- 
lona, 

subjects discussed at interview with 

Pope Clement VII. at Bologna, v. 303. 

hesitates to employ force against 

Protestants and to excite civil war, v. 



303-4. 

— ■ insists on acceptance of * Recess,' v. 



309-10. 
deputes Joachim of Brandenburg to 

state his intentions should Protestants 

remain recalcitrant, v. 309-10. 
announces intention of reinstating 

ejected abbots, monks, etc., v. 310, 317-8. 
■ seeks to prevent oppression of one 

Estate by another on pretext of religion, 

v. 313-4. 
— — declines to exempt Protestants from 

citations in Fiscal Court or Imperial 

Chamber, v. 314. 
declares intention of convoking a 

General Christian Council, v. 318. 
urges Pope Clement VII. to summon 

Council, v. 319. 
his deep distress at failure of objects 

in convening Diet of Augsburg [1530], v. 



321-2. 

endeavours to obtain election of his 
brother Ferdinand as King of the Romans, 
v. 322. 

invests his brother Ferdinand with 

German portion of hereditary dominions 
and those in Austria, Suabia, and Wiirtem- 
berg, v. 322. 

ignores petition of Princes for reinstate- 
ment of Duke Ulrich of Wtirtemberg, v. 
322. 

holds Council of State at, v. 324. 

■ proposed armed attack against, v. 326- 

330, 333. 

makes renewed overture of peace to 

Protestants, v. 350-4. 

■ gives instructions that action on 'Re- 
cess ' of Augsburg [1530] shall be deferred, 
v. 350. 

sends William of Nassau and William 

of Neuenar as envoys to Elector John of 
Saxony, v. 350-1. 

strives for mutual toleration between 

Lutherans and Catholics, v. 350-1. 

declines to tolerate Zwinglians and Ana- 
baptists, v. 352. 

requires recognition of Ferdinand's 

election as King of Romans, v. 352. 

undertakes to invest Elector John of 

Saxony with his fiefs and prerogatives, v. 
352. 
• baseless reports of warlike preparations 



against Protestants, v. 349. 

makes no response to appeal, v. 358. 

— appealed to for help by Catholic districts 

of Switzerland against Zwinglians, v. 357. 
appeals to Pope to render assistance to 



Catholic cantons, v. 360. 
——increasing opposition to, from Protes- 
tant Estates, v. 365. 
thwarted by Dukes of Bavaria in efforts 

to establish peace between Ferdinand and 

Zapolya, v. 373. 
— — Duke George of Saxony's loyalty to, v. 

376-7. 
determination of Sultan Solyman to 

destroy him, v. 377-8. 

— letter to sister, Maria, v. 378 («. 2). 
• convenes Diet of Ratisbon, v. 379. 



tant cities, v. 299, 299 (n. 2). 



asks delegates for help against Turks, 

v. 379. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Charles V. obtains help from all but Elector 

John of Saxony and his followers, v. 380. 
begs that measures be taken to 

obtain suitable aid from Saxony, v. 380. 
keeps up incessant negotiations with 

Protestants with hope of obtaining help 

against Turks, v. 382. 
favours arrangement that Saxony and 

Hesse should be left free to exercise their 

religion until meeting of ' General Council,' 

v. 382. 
endeavours to gain over Eck, v. 383-4, 

384 (n. 1). 
defends himself to Catholic Estates at 

Diet of Ratisbon, v. 387. 
declines to summon ' General Council ' 

unsanctioned by Pope, v. 3S8. 
informs Diet that Francis I., not 

Clement VII., to blame for postponement 

of Council, v. 388, 388 (». 1). 
promises to urge Pope to summon 

Council, v. 388-9. 
makes known religious ' Peace of 

Nuremberg ' to notables at Diet of Batis- 

bon [1532], v. 389. 
his contribution of troops to Turkish 

campaign, v. 390. 

reviews army, near Vienna, v. 390. 

criticism of method of conducting 

campaigns, v. 391. 

disbands army, v. 391. 

— — resolves on personal interview with 

Pope regarding ' General Council,' v. 390. 

his return to Spain, v. 392. 

Bavarian intrigues against, to prevent 

his assisting Ferdinand, 
false assurances of loyalty to, from 

Bavarian Dukes, v. 400, 401. 
exerts himself for preservation of 

' Suabian League,' v. 404. 
his orders to estates of realm to engage 

in no enterprise against himself and 

brother, treated witli contempt, v. 413-4. 
his messengers detained in Cassel and 

Miassburg, v. 414. 
resolved to resist Landgrave and his 

colleagues, v. 414. 
sends money to Ferdinand, v. 414, 

414 (n. 1), 417. 
Francis I. insists on continuation of 

war against, v. 429. 

dreads war with France, v. 431. 

preparations of Francis I. for war 

against, v. 436. 
makes every effort to part Francis I. 

from his German and Turkish alliances, 

v. 438-9. 
his reasons for not ceding duchy of 

Milan to Francis I., v. 439. 

receives Francis I.'s ultimatum, v. 440. 

resolves to attack Tunis, v. 440. 

captures it, and restores it to Muley- 

ii. i isan, v. 440-1. 

thinks of abdicating, v. 441. 

determines to put affairs in order, v. 

ill. 
contemplates attacking Algiers, taking 

Constantinople, and n '.-cuing Christendom, 

v. ill. 
• prop. ; de duchy of Milan to 
d'Angoulflme, and thus to win support 

"i i rancia i. . i arks, v. 441. 

letter tn Eannart, v. 1 12. 

writes letter exonerating self ami 

i'er ■ n, i;, 1,,. charges ot Francis I. 

c i i. 2). 

■ I' livers speech at Rome In Lf-d nee 

v. 1 ; 

Offer le, 'single 



combat' between self and Francis I., v. 

444. 
Charles V. is commended by Clement VII. for 

efforts in cause of peace, v. 444. 
resolves to attack Francis I. in own 

country, v. 445. 

his troops conquer Guise, v. 445. 

advances in person on Aix, v. 445. 

his army starved out, v. 445. 

compelled to beat retreat [1536], v. 

446. 
makes overtures for peace to Francis I., 

v. 446. 
issues imperial mandate to town of 

Liibeck insisting on restoration of old 

faith in, v. 473. 

Liibeck 's reply to, v. 473. 

fails in effort to place Count Palatine 



Frederic on Danish throne, v. 485. 
expresses resolve to respect Peace of 

Nuremberg, but protests against spoliation 

of Catholic, v. 490, 490 (n. 1). 
sends Matthias Held to represent him 

at Assembly of Smalcald League [1537], 

v. 495. 
reply of Protestants to exposition of 

his views, v. 495-7. 
address to, by Bucer regarding Pro- 

testantisation of Augsburg, v. 503-4. 
informed by Bp. Christopher von 

Stadion and Chapter of religious outrages 

in Augsburg, v. 506-8. 
petition for aid against Turks declined 

by Assembly of Smalcald League, v. 510-1. 
receives letter from Paul III. exhorting 

him to the speedy summoning of ' General 

Council,' v. 518. 
denounced before Parliament at Paris 

as traitor by Francis I., vi. 4. 
— ■ concludes truce with Francis I., vi. 5. 

personal interview with, vi. 5. 

his desire for general peace, vi. 17. 

commissions Vice-Chancellor Held to 

aid in forming ' Christian Alliance ' in 

defence of old faith, vi. 21. 
becomes member of Nuremberg League, 

vi. 25. 

— attitude concerning stipulation enforced 
by members of Smalcald League as price 
of their aid against Turks, vi. 29-30. 

— empowers brother Ferdinand to arrange 
armistice with the Protestants, vi. 30, 
30 (». 1). 

— appoints Archbp. of Lund as his 
plenipotentiary [1539], vi. 30. 

■ confederates of Smalcald League make 



preparations for war against, vi. 40-1. 

— truce [Frankfort Agreement] [1539] 
concluded between, and Protestant con- 
federates of Smalcald League, vi. 42. 

not ratified by, vi. 107. 

■ Philip of Hesse's plans for making war 



on, vi. 92-103. 

— makes a journey to Netherlands, vi. 94. 

— festivities in his honour on passage 
through France, vi. 94. 

— regarded as supreme secular defender 
of Christendom, \ i. 95. 

— Lutheran leanings of members of 
Court, vi. 101-5. 

— - betrayed by Archbp. Lund, vi. 103 4. 

— summons Congress at Spires [1540J, vi. 
107. 

Invites chiefs of League of Smalcald 



to attend, vi. 107. 

convokes Assembly at Worms [1540 l], 
\i. 110. 
-efforts to effect reconciliation with 
Francis I., vi. 133 41. 



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INDEX 



Charles V., instructions to his son Philip, vi. 
133, 133 (n. 1). 

prepared to give hand of daughter 

Maria to Duke of Orleans, vi. 134. 

proposal to cede Netherlands, Bur- 
gundy, Charleroi, Guelders, and Ziitphen 
to daughter Maria and Duke of Orleans, 
should they wed, vi. 134, 135. 

offers to arrange marriage between 

daughter of Francis I. and son of King 
Ferdinand and to bestow duchy of Milan 
upon them, vi. 134. 

son Philip to wed heiress of Navarre, 

vi. 134. 

calls upon Francis I. to renounce 

claims on Milan, vi. 135. 

his 'Instruction et Resolution,' vi. 

135 (n. 2). 
■negotiations broken off [1540], vi. 



136. 



— - pledges given to, by Philip, vi. 149. 

— answer to Philip, vi. 139. 

— concessions made by, vi. 140. • 

— Philip of Hesse makes advances 
towards, vi. 138-9. 

— makes his entry into Ratisbon 
[Feb. 1541], vi. 141. 

— concessions made by, vi. 141. 

— mocked at, vi. 142. 

— dignified demeanour of, vi. 142. 

— earnest desire for religious settle- 



ment, vi. 142-3, 148-9. 
makes compact with Philip of Hesse, 

vi. 149-50. 
makes proposal to ' Estates ' at Diet of 

Ratisbon [1541], vi. 154-5. 
signs secret ' Declaration ' at Ratisbon 

[1541], vi. 156. 
takes part in discussion arising out 

of, at Diet, vi. 158. 
concludes treaty with Papal Legate 

and Catholic notables, vi. 159. 
Bavarian Vice-Chancellor Eck, intrigues 

against, vi. 160-1. 
undertakes expedition to Algiers, vi. 

164, 178. 

goes to Lucca, vi. 164. 

sets sail from Porto Venere, vi. 164. 

fleet destroyed by gale off African 

coast, vi. 164. 

attacked by Moorish cavalry, vi. 164. 

returns to Europe, vi. 164. 

lands at Carthagena, vi. 164. 

prepares for continuing war against 

Turks, vi. 165. 
gives orders for pursuit of assassins 

of Antonio Rincone and Caesar Fregono, 

vi. 179. 
five armies equipped to attack [1542], 

vi. 179. 
prohibits Elector John Frederic of 

Saxony from interfering in election of Bp. 

of Naumburg-Zeitz, vi. 183. 
appealed to, for protection by Bp. of 

Meissen, vi. 184. 
letter from Saxon princes to, concerning 

Bishoprics of Meissen, Merseburg, and 

Naumburg-Zeitz, vi. 184. 

removes 'ban ' from Goslar, vi. 198. 

— ■ takes Miihlhausen under his protection, 

vi. 211. 

— on Hermann von Wied, Abp. of Cologne, 
vi. 228. 

— Jiilich-Cleves, Duke of, is assisted by 
Elector of Saxony with troops against, 
vi. 233. 

— his perilous position, vi. 234. 

— Protestant Princes decline to aid, 
against Turks, vi. 236. 



Charles V. decides to take personal command 
of campaign against France [1543], vi. 
237-8. 

arrives at Spires at head of army to 

oppose William, Duke of Jiilich-Cleves 
[1543], vi. 238-9. 

advances down the Rhine, vi. 239. 

takes Diiren by storm, vi. 239. 

subjugates duchy of Jiilich, vi. 239. 

restores hereditary lands to Duke of 

Jiilich-Cleves, vi. 240. 

takes Gueldera under own suzerainty, 

vi. 240. 

marches into Hainault, vi. 240. 

lays siege to Landrecy, vi. 240. 

insists on dismissal of Bucer by Her- 
mann von Wied [=Abp. of Cologne], vi. 
240. 

summons Diet at Spires [1543], vi. 241. 

address to Diet at Spires [1544], vi. 247. 

unable to attend Council convened 



by Pope Paul III., vi. 247. 

receives document from Philip of 

Hesse and John Frederic of Saxony bring- 
ing charges against Henry, Duke of 
Brunswick, to be read at Diet of Spires 
[1544], vi. 248. 

■receives a written vindication from 



Duke Henry, vi. 248-9. 

■declines to listen to further dis- 



cussions, vi. 250, 250 (m. 1). 
— makes concessions to Elector John 
Frederic of Saxony, vi. 250. 

■ratifies Elector's marriage contract 



with Sibylla of Cleves, vi. 250. 

settles boundary disputes between 

Elector and King Ferdinand, vi. 250. 

— negotiates with Electors of Branden- 
burg and of the Palatinate at Diet of 
Spires [1544]. 

• declines to make further concessions 



to Protestants, vi. 251. 
— on Articles on religion in recess of 
Diet of Spires [1544], vi. 253, 253 (n. 1). 
• states that he had made more con- 



cessions to Protestants than his conscience 

justified, vi. 255. 

meets Pope Paul III. at Busseto, vi.256. 

annoyed at Paul III.'s neutral attitude 

towards France, vi. 256. 
appealed to by Paul III. to retract his 

concessions to Protestants at Diet of 

Spires [1544] and to make peace with 

France, vi. 257. 

enters France with army, vi. 258. 

proposals of peace made by France to, 

vi. 258. 

— advances towards Chalons, vi. 258. 
grants peace to Francis I. at Crespy 

[1544], vi. 258. 

— deputes Ferdinand to take leadership 
at Diet of Worms [1545], owing to own 
absence through illness, vi. 261. 

— arrives at Worms, vi. 268. 
• makes personal appeal to John Frederic, 



Elector of Saxony, to attend Diet, vi. 268, 

— gives assurances that authority of 
Estates shall not be infringed, vi. 268. 

— asserts his powerlessness to prevent 
meeting of Council at Trent, vi. 268. 

— receives letter from John Sleidan 
attacking Popes, vi. 269-70, 270 (n. 1). 

— his anger at Sleidan's attack on Popes, 
and Luther's lampoon, vi. 270. 

— considers advisability of putting down 
arrogance of Protestants by the sword, 
vi. 289. 

is promised aid by Pope Paul III., 

vi. 290, 307. 



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Charles V. notifies same to Cardinal Farnese 
at Diet of Worms [1545], vi. 289. 

postpones appeal to arms, vi. 290. 

confirms a recess of Diet of Worms 

[1545], vi. 290. ..,.*.,. 
announces fresh Diet at Ratisbon for 

Jan. 1546, vi. , , 

proposes 'religious conference tor 

Nuv. 1545, vi- 

ratifies Duke -Maurice of Saxony s 

■.tract with brother, Augustus, concern- 
ing Bishopric of Magdeburg and Bishopries 
of Halberstadt and Merseburg, vi. 291. 

deceived as to Maurice's ' evangelis- 
ing ' intentions, vi. 291. 

agrees to place conquered duchy of 

Brunswick under Imperial sequestration, 
and Duke Henry compelled to keep the 
peace, vi. 292. 

requested by chiefs of Smalcald 

League to pronounce ban against Duke 
Henry, vi. 293. 

grants letter of protection to clergy of 

Cologne against Abp. Hermann von Wied, 
vi. 294. 

warns Hermann von Wied against 

introduction of innovations, vi. 294. 
summons Abp. to appear before 



him at Brussels, vi. 294. 
goes to Diet at Ratisbon [1546] without 

state and in the hope of restoring order in 

Germany, vi. 301. 
interview with Philip of Hesse at 

Spires, vi. 301. 
endeavours to persuade Philip to 

consent to General Council, vi. 301. 

•bees Philip three times, personally, 



to attend Diet at Ratisbon, vi. 301-2. 

— his patience with Protestants exhausted, 
vi. 305. 

— letter to his sister, Queen Maria, vi. 
305-7. 

— secret treaty concluded between, and 
Kins Ferdinand and Duke Wm. of 
Bavaria, vi. 307. 

— signs protocol of treaty with Pope 
Paul III., vi. 308. 

— terms of, vi. 308-9. 

violates terms of treaty, vi. 309. 



negotiates with and enters into agree- 
ment with Duke Maurice of Saxony, vi. 
310-1. 

decides on going to war with Smalcald 

confederates, \ i. :uo. 

by concessions to recalcitrant Princes 

sacrifices authority of Council, vi. 311. 

secures neutrality of Duke Maurice of 

Saxony in Smalcaldic War, vi. 312. 

his anger towards Philip of Hesse, vi. 

313. 

writes to Strasburg, Nuremberg, Augs- 

bnrg, ami Dim, and to Duke Ulrich of 
Wurtemberg saying, for secular not 
religious reasons," he must resort to war, 
vi. 313-4. 

not yet prepan d, \ i. 314. 

machinations df Philip oi Hesse against, 

vi :',18-9. 

receives letter fi i leads of Smalcald 

League assembled at [chtershauien, pro- 
t inn their innoci nee, vi, tun 20. 

imsparin tde in Saxony, etc., 

to rouse enthusiasm of people for war 
oat, vi. 820 1. 

Christian ill. of Denmark, King of 

Bweden, towns of Ltibeck, Rostock, 
Hamburg, and Bishopric oj Bremen and 

Mm I 11. i|i',, all prepare for war against, 
vi. 821 'J. 



Charles V., smallness of army of , vi. 323, 324. 
begs the Swiss to recall their soldiers 

from service of his enemies, vi. 323, 323 

(n. 1). 

decides on ' final step,' vi. 324. 

pronounces ban against Elector of 

Saxony and Philip of Hesse, vi. 324. 
endeavours to subordinate real cause 

of war, vi. 327. 
complains of breach of confidence on 

part of Pope [Paul III.], vi. 327. 

letter to sister, Queen Maria, regarding 



true cause of his declaration of war, vi. 327. 
■to his son, Philip, regarding true 



aim in declaring war, vi. 327-8. 

— reply of Elector of Saxony and Philip 
of Hesse to ban, vi. 328-9. 

— a list of charges against, drawn up by 
Chancellor Briick. vi. 238-9. 

— charged by Bugenhagen with having 
given orders for massacre of entire Pro- 
testant population, vi. 329. 

pamphlet against, by George Major of 

Wittenberg, vi. 330-1. 

desires to keep alliance with Bavaria 

secret from leaders of Smalcald League, 
vi. 336-7. 

— assembles army in Bavaria, vi. 337. 
leaves Ratisbon with Spanish and 



other troops, vi. 337. 

■ effects conjunction with Papal and 



Italian troops, vi. 337. 

personal superintendence of all 

preparations, vi. 337. 

•takes up fortified position before 



Ingoldstadt, vi. 337. 

advised by Duke Ferdinand of 

Alba to avoid pitched battle with Pro- 
testants, but to pursue tactics of pro- 
crastination, vi. 338. 

profits by, vi. 338. 



receives fresh letter of defiance from 

Confederates, vi. 338-9. 

■ disastrous effects of letter on Ger- 



many, vi. 339. 

■ joined by Dutch troops under von 



Buren at Ingoldstadt, vi. 339-40. 

conquers Neuburg and transfers war 



from Bavaria to Suabia, vi. 340. 

plan for simultaneous attack on him 

in Milan, the Netherlands, Burgundy, 
Tyrol, etc., vi. 340-1. 

— retakes Donauworth by storm, vi. 342. 

— takes Dillingen, Lauingen, and Bishop- 
ric of Augsburg, vi. 342. 

— declines to be drawn into battle at 
Lauingen, vi. 342-3. 

epidemic breaks out in camp, vi. 343-4. 

— fury at crimes and atrocities com- 
mitted by his troops, vi. 344. 

— becomes master of the field, vi. 345. 

— triumphal march through Lower 
Suabia and Franconia, vi. 349. 

— receives submission of towns of Bop- 
fingen, Nordlingen, Dinkelsbiihl, Rothen- 
burg, Hall, and Heilbronn, vi. 349. 

grants permission to these towns to 



' abide by their religion,' vi. 349. 

— submission of Ulm to, and fine imposed 
on by, vi. 349-50. 

— receives Elector Palatine Frederic at 
Hall, vi. 351. 

concludes treaty with Ulrich, Duke of 



Wiirtemberg, vi. 351-2. 

— ceremony of submission of, vi. 355. 
explains to brother, Ferdinand, cause 



of leniency towards Cinch, vi. 353. 
— -goes to Clm [1547], Lindau, 
Ksslingcn, vi. 354. 



and 



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Charles V. fails with gout, vi. 354, 360. 

receives submission of, and imposes 

fine upon, town of Augsburg, vi. 354. 
■ installs Count Adolph von Schaumburg 



as successor to Hermann von Wied as 

Archbp. of Cologne, vi. 355. 
— hastens from Ulm to aid of King 

Ferdinand and Duke Maurice, vi. 361. 
— ■ crosses the Elbe at Miihlberg, vi. 361 . 

— defeats and takes prisoner John 



Frederic, Elector of Saxony, vi. 362. 

• gives Elector into custody of the 



Duke of Alba, vi. 362. 

revokes sentence of death on, and 

concludes ' Capitulation of Wittenberg,' 
vi. 363. 
■ congratulations offered to, by Elector 



Joachim II. of Brandenburg, vi. 363. 

— his army defeated at Drakenburg in 
Lower Saxony, vi. 365. 

— receives submission of towns of Nether- 



Saxon League, vi. 366. 
— relinquishes purpose of besieging 
Magdeburg, vi. 366. 

— goes to South Germany, vi. 366. 

— enters Halle [1547], vi. 366. 

— sends troops to Naumburg to reinstate 
Bp. Julius Pflug, vi. 366. 

■ negotiations for peace with Philip of 



Hesse, vi. 368-74. 

— letter to Ferdinand regarding terms 

offered to Philip of Hesse, vi. 371-2, 



writ for Diet at Augsburg 



373-4. 

— issues 
[1547-48], vi. 374. 

— general surprise and disappointment at 
uses made by, of his victory over Protes- 
tants, vi. 375-6. 

— quarrels with Pope Paul III., vi. 376-83. 
disastrous consequences of, with 

regard to Council of Trent, vi. 378-9. 

— quarrel with Council of Trent, vi. 
376-83. 

— growth of his pretensions, vi. 378. 

— abuses Paul III. to Papal Nuncio 
Verallo, vi. 382. 

— enraged at removal of Council from 
Trent to Bologna, vi. 382. 

— insists on recall of fifteen legates from 
Trent, vi. 382. 

— declares that Council shall be held in 
Rome, vi. 382. 

his threats fruitless, vi. 382. 

- Piacenza occupied by his troops, vi. 



383. 



■ declines to restore town to Papal See, 



vi. 383. 

— opens Diet at Augsburg [1547], vi. 383. 
his speech at opening, vi. 383-4. 



— advised by spiritual Electors at Diet of 
Augsburg to leave religious questions 
to Council at Trent, vi. 384. 
■ negotiates with Protestant Electors and 



Princes, and brought them to consent to 
leave matter of Council of Trent to him, 
vi. 385-6. 

— reports success of his efforts to Pope, 
vi. 386. 
• requests that Fathers of Church should 



return from Bologna to Trent, vi. 386, 388. 

— assumes unbecoming position towards 
Pope and Council of Trent [1548], vi. 388. 

reply of President of Council, del 

Monte, to, vi. 388. 
declares ecclesiastical war against 

Pope, through his ambassador at Rome, 

vi. 389. 

— resolves to put his threats against 
Pope and Council in force, and to make 



enactments for guidance of Council, vi. 

389-90. 
Charles V. proposes to establish an ' Interim 

Religion ' in his Empire, vi. 390. 
dissolves Committee appointed at Diet 

of Augsburg [1547-48] for arranging 

measures for ' Christian accommodation,' 

vi. 395. 
appoints Commission of theologians 

of all parties to compile an ' Interim 

Religion ' to temporarily bridge over the 

chasm between the old and new, vi. 395-7. 
gives Agricola honorarium of 500 

crowns for work on ' Interim Religion,' 

vi. 398. 

anger against opponents, vi. 401-2. 

indifference to opinion of Pope [Paul 

III.] regarding ' Interim Religion,' vi. 402. 
declines to give audience to papal 

nuncio until after announcement of edict, 

vi. 402. 
— meets with strong opposition from 



Protestant towns, vi. 405. 
— rebukes petitioners against, vi. 405. 
■ adopts violent measures for enforce- 



ment of, vi. 414-5. 
• forbids publication 



of scurrilous 



pamphlets and poems, etc., against Mass of 
' Interim Religion,' vi. 418, 418 (n. 2). 
— causes scheme of Church reform to be 
proclaimed at Diet of Augsburg [1547-48], 
vi. 407-8. 

holds firmly to his ' Interim Religion,' 



vi. 408. 
his plans for preservation of the Landes- 

friede, vi. 408-11. 
- — - desires to organise a general ' Imperial 

League * for preservation of Empire, vi. 

409. 

■ his hereditary dominions in Low 



Country incorporated into Empire, vi. 
410-1. 

— fixes day for trial of Philip of Hesse 
at Diet of Augsburg [1547-48], vi. 411. 

— expresses fear to his brother, Ferdinand, 
that efforts for tranquillisation of Germany 
useless, vi. 420, 420 (n. 1). 

— receives information that Ulrich and 



Christopher of Wiirtemberg were plotting 
with Henry II. of France against, vi. 
421. 

— secret machinations against, vi. 422-4. 
— ■ causes of enmity of Margrave Hans of 

Brandenburg- Ciistrin, vi. 422. 

— causes of resentment of Elector Maurice 



of Saxony, vi. 423. 
— charged with desire to deprive whole 

Empire of its liberty, vi. 426. 
— - opens fresh Diet at Augsburg [1550], 

vi. 428. 

more amicable relations with Papacy, 



at 



vi. 428. 

— diminution of his power, vi. 429. 
- — his entreaties for full attendance 

Diet disregarded, vi. 429. 
sends special envoy to Elector 

Maurice of Saxony and Margrave Joachim 

II. of Brandenburg begging their personal 

attendance, vi. 429. 

— his address to Assembly, vi. 429-30. 
■ his allusions in, to ' Interim Religion , ' 



vi. 430-1. 

— presses for recognition of Council of 
Trent, vi. 431. 

— guarantees to subscribers to Augsburg 
Confession safe conduct to Diet and to 
' Council of Trent ' [1550], vi. 431-2. 

— ■ insubordination of town of Magdeburg 
towards, vi. 435. 



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Charles V. appeals to Diet of Augsburg [1550] 
for aid against town of Magdeburg, vi. 435. 

commands Elector Maurice to 

-iege Magdeburg, vi. 436. 
continued plots against, vi. 436-9. 

false charges brought against, by 

1 League of Princes,' vi. 440. 

Elector Maurice of Saxony advised to 

attack, as chief enemy of Empire, vi. 
444-5. 

plan to shut out of Germany, vi. 446, 

447. 

receives renewed protestations of 

Maurice of Saxony's fidelity, vi. 441-2, 
448. 

on devastation of Ulm, vi. 456. 

Turks incited by Henry II. of France to 

make fresh war against, vi. 463. 

Henry II. of France opens war against, 

vi. 463-7. 

Turks open war against, vi. 467-8. 

retires to Innsbruck, vi. 468. 

his desire for succession of his son to 

imperial throne, vi. 468. 

declines to believe in treachery of 

Elector Maurice of Saxony, vi. 468-9. 

dissuades Abps. of Mayence and 

Treves from leaving Council of Trent, 
vi. 469. 

invites Elector Maurice to his Court, 

vi. 469-70. 

promises to set Landgrave Philip of 

Hesse free [1552], vi. 469-70. 

invites Elector Joachim II. of Branden- 
burg to his Court, vi. 470. 

his helpless position, vi. 471. 472-4. 

despondent letter to sister, Queen 

Maria, vi. 471. 

seeks aid of Joachim II. of Brandenburg 

for preservation of peace, vi. 471. 

issues manifesto, vi. 472. 

■ addresses King Ferdinand to appeal 

for his assistance in quelling disturbances 
and to act as mediator between himself 
[Charlesl and Elector Maurice, vi. 474. 

persists in determination that re- 
ligious differences be settled at an oecumeni- 
cal council, vi. 475, 475 (n. 2). 

warned by officials at Innsbruck of 

contemplated attack on his person, vi. 475. 
■prepares to leave Innsbruck, \i. 



475, 476. 
— ■ crosses the Brenner, in a litter, ill, 

accompanied by brother, King Ferdinand, 

vi. 476. 

leaves for Flanders, vi. 47ti. 

returns to Innsbruck, vi. 47G. 

his troops routed at Reutte, \i. 476. 

sets Elector, John Frederic of Saxony, 

free, vi. 476-7. 
treachery of brother, King Ferdinand, 

towards, vi. 477. 
advised by Ferdinand to accept terms 

offered by Elector Maurice at l'assau, vi. 

484. 
urges objections, on ground of 

strong iicsirc to heal religious differences 

and determination to uphold imperial 

authority and dignity, etc., vi. 184 7, 486 

in. 1). 
- — his amended terms submitted and 

accepted i>v Elector Maurice and his 

allies in their camp bi fore Franl 

Main. \i. tOO 'J. 
removes army from Tyrol in order to 

reconquer towns tak. n by France, etc., 

from Empire, vi. 408, 
n itori imperial rule in Augsburg vi 



Charles V. restores Elector John Frederic of 

Saxony to liberty, vi. 498-9. 
enters Ulm amid great rejoicings, vi. 

500. 
Strasburg amid great rejoicings, vi. 

500. 



progress through Alsace delayed by 

illness, vi. 500. 

arrives before Metz, vi. 500. 

concludes treaty with Margrave Albert 

of Brandenburg-Culmbach, vi. 500-1, 506. 
— unpopularity of this treaty in 

Empire, vi. 500-1. 
—his justification of action, vi. 501, 

501 (n. 1). 

failure of attack on Metz, vi. 502. 

continues to cling to plan of brother 

Ferdinand's succession as Emperor and 

his son Philip succeed as King of Romans 

vi. 504-5. 
suggests Congress at Heidelberg to 

arbitrate between Margrave Albert of 

Brandenburg-Culmbach and Bps. of 

Bamberg and Wiirzburg [1553], vi. 506-7. 
summons contending parties to 

suspend military preparations, vi. 507. 

— suggests fresh Congress to be held at 
Frankfort, vi. 507. 

— summons Imperial Diet at Ulm [1553], 
vi. 510. 

— new plot against, vi. 510-1. 

— rumour of approaching death, vi. 512. 

— issues mandate for execution of ban 
of outlawry against Margrave Albert of 
Brandenburg [1554], vi. 518. 

— illness of, vi. 538, 547. 
• expresses his belief in necessity for 



the summoning of a Diet [1554], vi. 538. 
— urges King Ferdinand to hasten 
meeting of Diet, vi. 538. 

invests Ferdinand with full authority 



to come to final decision with Imperial 

Estates in own enforced absence, vi. 

538-9. 

— states true cause of absence, 538-0. 

position of Germany during reign of, 

vii. 94. 

— ■ his abdication, vii. 104. 

— effect of abdication, vii. 9!. 

anger of I'ope Paul IV. concerning 

vii. 105. 

endeavour of, to bring France to re- 
nounce towns of Lorraine and Bishopries 
oi Metz, Toul, and Verdun [1552], vii. 107. 

wealth of Netherlands under, viii. 11. 

things working towards revolution, 

viii. 12-13. 

issue of stringent edicts against intro- 
duction of reformed religion into Nether- 
lands, viii. 13. 

— Augsburg Confession handed in to 
[25th June 1530], viii. 428. 

refusal of, at Worms, to violate Luther's 

safe-conduct, x. 206. 

— action regarding heretics extolled by 
Canisius, x. 214-5. 

— changes in German Empire during 
reign of, xi. 3. 

— his complaints concerning diffusion of 
scandalous pictures [1551], xi. 55. 

— attends performance of comedies in 
Munich [1530|, xii. 8. 

— attacks upon, in polemical-satiric 
drama, xii. 41. 

— and ' Collegium of St. Hieronymus, ' \ i i i . 
226. 

-League between King Henry II. of 
Prance and Elector Maurice of Saxony 
against 1 1552], \iii. ::.".:;. 



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INDEX 



Charles V., capital punishment, ordinance of 

[1532], xiii. 419. 
incensed with John Sleidan's attack 

on the Pope, xiii. 443. 

describes Sleidan as a liar, xiii. 447. 

recognises merits and ennobles the 

botanist Leonard Fuchs, xiii. 520. 
and Ills efforts for religious peace, xiv. 

244. 
commissions Michael Vehe to refute 

Augsburg Confession, xiv. 264. 
his efforts for religious peace in his 

' Interim ' [1548], xiv. 291. 
his edicts against Jews and excessive 

usury [1530, 1548, 1551, 1577], xv. 45-6, 

46 (n. 1). 
his ordinance against false coiners, xv. 

87 



■ adopts poor-law administration of 
Ypern for entire Netherlands, xv. 431, 
431 (n. 1). 

and washing feet of the poor [1544], 

xv. 456. 
— ■ his Criminal Code, xvi. 145. 

— his ordinance against witchcraft [the 
Carolina], ratification of, at Diet of Ratis- 
bon [1532], xvi. 176, 292. 

Articles of, against and for protection 

of sorcerers, xvi. 292-6, 292 (n. 2), 318. 

violation of regulations in, for pro- 
tection of accused, xvi. 293, 295, 318-9, 
349. 

— his ordinances for suppression of witch- 
craft [ = Carolina], xvi. 343. 

■ Penal Code of: see Penal Code. 



' Charles-Quint, son Abdication, etc.,' F. A. 

A. Mignet, v. 441 (n. 1). 
Charles VII. of Franee, Emperor of the 

Romans, and Jacques Cuer, ii. 83 (».) . 
declares intention of conquering France, 

ii. 192. 
Charles VIII. of France, marries Ann of 

Brittany, ii. 194. 

prophecy concerning, ii. 194. 

his conquest of Naples, ii. 194, 196. 

campaign against Holy Roman Empire, 

ii. 214. 
Charles IX. of France, viii. 72, 138. 
anger of, at ' articles of reform ' drawn 

up by Council of Trent, for secular Princes, 

vii. 263. 

■ endorses his ambassador De Ferrier's 



speech at Council of Trent [1563], vii. 

265-6. 
misinformed by Duke Christopher of 

Wurteniberg as to attitude of German 

Protestant Princes towards Huguenots, 

viii. 3. 
signs Peace of Amboise [19th March 

1563], viii. 8. 

claims Flanders, viii. 10. 

to receive Flanders, Artois, and Hainau, 

according to projected partition of Nether- 
lands [1566], viii. 33. 
emissaries from, appear at Protestant 

Courts with warning against hostile designs 

of Catholic powers, viii. 38. 

— reported to have joined with other 
Catholic monarchs for extirpation of 
Huguenots and Lutherans, viii. 38-9. 

— amount of yearly salaries paid by, to 
German Princes, viii. 47. 

— troops recruited for, in Germany 
[1567], viii. 51, 53. 

— endeavours to remove scene of second 
Huguenot war to German soil, viii. 54. 

— desires to join Spain in attack on 
Empire, viii. 55. 

— general belief among Protestants that, 



and Pope Pius V. and King of Spain were 
meditating united attack on Electoi 
Palatine Frederic and Count Palatine 
Wolfgang, viii. 62. 

Charles IX. of France concludes Peace of St. 
Germain-en-Laye with Huguenots [1570], 
viii. 89. 

marries Archduchess Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Emperor Maximilian II., viii. 90. 

invited by Pope Pius V. to join in 

universal league of Christendom against 
the Turks, viii. 96. 

in league with Turks, viii. 104. 

renews treaty of friendship and com- 
merce with Sultan Selim II., viii. 106. 

frustrates Pope Pius V.'s efforts to levy 

troops in Switzerland for campaign 
against Turks, viii. 106. 

declines to join league against Turks, 

viii. 106. 

endeavours to influence Elizabeth of 

England and German Princes against 
Pius V., viii. 106. 

sends Noailles to Constantinople to 

obtain help in war against Philip II. in 
Netherlands T1571], viii. 108. 

instructions to Noailles, viii. 108. 

declines to listen to Pope Pius V.'s 

appeal that he should join the ' Holy 
League ' against the Turks [1571], viii. 110. 

favours alliance with Turks, viii. 110. 

instructs Noailles to incense Selim II. 



against Philip II. of Spain, viii. 110. 

— tries to obtain treaty of peace between 
Venice and Turks, viii. 110. 

— boasts of being the Sultan's ' chief ally ' 
[1573], viii. 113. 

■ gives impression of willingness to rise 



against Rome, viii. 114-5. 
anxious to secure support of England 

in his war against Netherlands [1572], viii. 

15. 
declares his resolve to support William 

of Nassau, Prince of Orange, viii. 116. 
enters into correspondence with Orange, 

viii. 116. 
Louis of Nassau submits to him a plan 

for partition of Flemish Provinces [1571], 

viii. 116. 
invites Coligny to Court at Blois and 

showers favours upon him [1571], viii. 117. 
appoints Coligny commander-in-chief of 

forces intended for conquest of Nether- 
lands, viii. 117. 
sends Caspar von Schonberg to Elector 

Augustus of Saxony to arrange for alliance 

between France and Protestant Estates of 

Empire, viii. 118. 
gives audience to Dr. Junius, agent of 

Elector Palatine, Frederic III., and ex- 
presses his willingness to enter into alliance 

with Frederic, viii. 119. 
sends assurances of help to Prince of 

Orange, by Philip Duplessis-Mornay, viii. 

119. 
— proposal of Ehem, ambassador of 

Palatine Elector, to furnish with troops in 

event of war, viii. 121. 
• gives his sister Margaret ' to whole 



Huguenot party,' viii. 122. 
■ instructions to Noailles at Constanti- 



nople concerning his fleet, viii. 122. 

— announces conclusion of alliance with 
England and German Princes, viii. 122. 

— protests his fidelity to Philip II. of 
Spain and Papal Nuncio, viii. 122. 

— arranges with Louis of Nassau that 
Nassau shall enter Netherlands with army, 
viii. 126. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Charles IX. of France incites Prince of 

Orange to take up arms in conjunction with 

i ..imt Palatine, John Casimir, vili. 126. 
letter to Louis of Nassau Btating in- 
tention to free tin- Netherlands from 

Spanish yoke, viii. 127. 
sends warm assurances of friendship 

to Philip II. of Spain, viii. 127. 
Coligny and Duplessis-Mornay urge to 

declare war against Spain, viii. 128-9. 
allows himself to be persuaded, viii. 

129. 
informed bv Colieny of his intention 

to support the Prince of Orange, viii. 

120. 
Louis of Nassau resumes relations with, 

viii. 1S4. 
undertakes to pay 30,000 florins to- 
wards obtaining provinces in Netherlands, 

viii. 134-5. 
— his plans for raising the money, viii. 

L35. 
his offer of protection and support to 

Empire should imperial crown be be- 
stowed on him, viii. 137. 
in treaty with Counts John and Louis 

of Nassau and other members of ' League 

of Counts," viii. 139. 
offers sums of money for expedition 

into Netherlands, viii. 142. 
offers to help Count Palatine Chris- 
topher with monev, viii. 145. 

his death [30th May 1574], viii. 145. 

Charles II., Archduke of Styria [brother to 

Emperor Maximilian II.], viii. 99, 297-8; 

xiii. 46. 
sent as Ambassador to Philip II. of 

Spain to request him to remove Alva and 

foreign troops from Netherlands, viii. 

42. 
by father's will to inherit Styria, 

Carinthia, Carniola, Gorz, and Trieste 

upon his father, the Emperor Ferdinand's 

death, viii. 294. 

his concessions to Protestants, be. 406. 

at Provincial Diet of Bruck promises 

Protestant lords and knights not to 

oppress them or their dependants in 

matters of religion [1572], ix. 382-3. 
dedication to, by Eber, of his Evan- 

ijelische Inquisition, x. 172. 

his declaration, ix. :'.83-5. 

increased concessions demanded from, 

ix. ::85-6. 
his complaints to Archduke Ferdinand 

"i Tyrol [1580], ix. 385, 386. 
citadels of Judenburg and St. Veit 

wrested from, ix. 385. 
warned by Pope Gregory XIII. against 

granting any further concessions [1578], 

ix. 386. 
• confers with Papal Nuncio, Felician 

Mirguarda. concerning position of Catholie 

Church in Styria, ix. :«6. 
consld'T- advisability of retracting 

concession, to Protestants, ix. 386-7. 
commands expulsion of Protestant 

preachers, ix. 
recalls order to prevent war [1581], 

IX. 389. 
semis plenipotentiaries to pi 

troubled by religious disturbances to 

restore order, ix. 

employs troops to protect Catholic 

Institutions al Qras, ix. 891. 

i hdeci agalnsl Protestants 

'i (n. n. 
foundi i -Hi Colles il Grax [1574], 

Ix. 



Ch rbs II. in ■ it to rank of University 
and endows it, ix. 394. 

orders inhabitants to send their 

sons to the University under heavy pen- 
alties, ix. 394-5. 394 (n. 4). 

fills all vacant posts with Catholics, ix. 

395. 

conceives idea of establishing an 

ecclesiastical Council for Central Austria 
[1586-88], ix. 395, 395 (n. 1). 

idea not carried into effect, ix. 395. 

dispatches of, to Pope Gregory XIII. 

on flourishing condition of Jesuit school at 
Graz [1574, 1584], ix. 394 (n. 1, 3). 
— - employs Italian architects to build his 
fortresses, xi. 119. 

development of art life under, xi. 120. 

introduces Salustro Peruzzi into 



Styria, xi. 120. 

chief monument erected during 

reign of, xi. 120 (n. 2). 

— becomes a member of ' League of the 
Holy Ghost ' [1582], Lx. 320. 

— adopts measures for restoration of 
Catholicism in Styria [1579, 1583], Lx. 387. 

• declines to be alarmed by reports 



inimical to peasants [1580], xv. 182, 182 

(n. 2). 
his address to his Estates on oppression 

of the poor, xv. 183, 183 (n. 2). 
his comparatively mild game laws, xv. 

220 (». 3). 

death of [1590], ix. 398. 

his will, ix. 398. 

loss sustained bv Catholics in his death, 

ix. 398 (n. 2). 
Charles of Austria, Archduke, Bp. of Breslau 

[1-617], praises English players, xii. 167. 
Charles, Baron von Wolkenstein, commander 

of Teutonic Knichts, holds divine service 

according to Catholic rites, with church 

doors open in Heilbronn, ix. 477. 
action taken against him for viola- 
tion of ' Religious Peace,' Lx. 477, 477 (n. 1). 
Charles, Count of Aremberg, ix. 47, 51. 
Charles II., Count of Hohenzollern [or 

Zollern] Sigmaringen, x. 129. 
■ ■ Jacob named in will by Margrave 

James of Baden-Hochberg as a guardian 

of his children, x. 126. 
' Charles de l'Ecluse, sa vie et ses ceuvres,' 

Morren, xiii. 526 (n. 1 (. 
Charles, Duke of Austria, temperance at his 

Court, xv. 232, 232 (». 1). 
Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundv, v. 6. 

and lutes, i. 250. 

and supremacy of Princes, ii. 186-7. 

death of, ii. 193. 

Charles, Duke of Bourbon, High Constable 

of France, joins allies against Francis I., 

iv. 10. 
promises to acknowledge claims of 

Henry \ III. to throne of France, iv. 10. 
Charles, Duke of Guelders, death of, v. 245 ; 

vi. 74 (n. 1). 
forms alliance with Francis I. against 

Charles V., v. 436. 
scatters Groningen men on their inarch 

to Miinster, v. 479-80. 
causes ships to bo scuttled, near 

Deventer, v. 480. 
puts Anabaptists to flight near 

Warsum, v. 480. 
Charles II. [or III.], Duke of Lorraine, pro- 
poses formation of Catholic League of 

Defen. | 1591], ix. 147. 
proposition rejected by Duke of 

Bavaria, Archduke Ferdinand, and 

Emperor Rudolf ii., ix. 1 47. 



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INDEX 



Charles II. charged with plotting against Pro- 
testants, ix. 432-3. 

Charles, Duke of Mecklenburg, on number of 
crimes committed daily, xvi. 156 (re. 2). 

Charles, Duke of Orleans [son of Francis I.], 
conquers Luxemburg at head of French 
army, vi. 179. 

offers to join Smalcald League, vi. 239. 

his death, vi. 299. 

Charles III., Duke of Savoy, v. 223, 246. 

Charles II., Margrave of Baden-Durlach, viii. 
74. 

comes to agreement with other Pro- 
testant Princes concerning Frankfort 
Recess [1558], vii. 47. 
■ present at Naumburg Convention, vii. 



216. 



— his treatment of nuns, vii. 318 (re. 2). 

— together with Count Palatine Wolfgang 
of Zweibriicken and Duke Christopher of 
Wurtemberg, points out dangers of 
Zwinglian and Calvinistic doctrines to 
Elector Palatine Frederic III., vii. 323-4. 

■ attends Assembly at Maulbronn [1567] 



and aids in endeavour to form alliance 

between Protestant Estates and France, 

viii. 38-41. 

in pay of France, viii. 47. 

Charles, Margrave of Burgau, becomes a 

claimant for Dukedom of Jiilich-Cleves by 

right of his wife [1609], x. 426. 
Charles of Ghent, ix. 469. 
Charles of Lorraine, Cardinal Bishop of 

Metz, Lx. 189, 282. 
pronounces Conde and Coligny to be 

traitors, viii. 4-5. 
his account, of ill-usage of priests by 

Huguenots, viii. 5. 
— — nominated by Catholic canons as new 

Bishop of Strasburg, ix. 181-2. 
takes the field against John George 

of Brandenburg [1592], ix. 182. 
in spite of victories listens to proposals 

for mediation, ix. 182. 

terms agreed upon, ix. 182-3. 

his transactions with Henry IV. of 

France, ix. 283. 
Charles, Duke of Lorraine, to receive part of 

Gueldres in projected partition of Nether- 
lands, viii. 33. 
Charles of Madruzzi, Cardinal, urges Archbp. 

Schweikart to take steps for restoration 

of four convents, ix. 473. 
Charles of Valois, created Abbot of Chaise- 

Dieu, vii. 266 (re. 1). 
Charles III., Duke of Savoy, vi. 135, 235. 

invited to join Christian League, v. 223. 

Charles Emmanuel I., the Great, Duke of 

Savoy, x. 441. 
negotiates with Henry IV. of France for 

recovery of duchy of Milan, x. 442, 442 

(re. 2). 
■ intrigues with Henry IV. of France 



for invasion and reconquest of Milan, 

x. 456. 

inclined to go to war with Italy, x. 502. 

and the Catholic League, x. 528. 

cements relations with Protestant 

League, or Union [1615], x. 590, 590 

(re. 3). 

his designs on Moravia, x. 620. 

• receives with favour ambassador from 



Protestant League [1617], x. 626, 626 (re. 2). 
Charles Frederic of Jiilich-Cleves, death of, 

at Rome [1575], ix. 351-2, 352 (re. 1). 
Charles : see also Karl. 
Charlotte of Montpensier, Princess, marries 

William of Nassau, Prince of Orange, viii. 

199, 200. 



Charriere, v. 13 (re. 2), 17 (re. 2), 234 («.), 235 

(re.) ; vi. 421 (re. 3), 467 (re. 2), 515 (n. 1). 
his Negotiations de la France dans le 

Levant, v. 13 (re.). 
his Instruction da Sieur de la Forest, 

allan ten ambassadedevers le grand-Seigneur, 

v. 436 (n. 3), 437 (re. 1), 438 (re. 1). 
' Chartiludium Institutionum juris,' Thos. 

Murner, xiii. 410, 410 (n. 2). 
' Chartiludium logice,' Thos. Murner, xiii. 

410 (re. 2). 
Chase, rights of the : see Rights, Chase. 
Chase, the : see Hunting. 
Chateau-Cambresis, Peace of, vii. 107, 120. 
Chateau-Thierry, duchy of, bestowed on 

Count Palatine John Casimir, viii. 205. 
efforts to stamp out Catholicism in, 

viii. 205. 
Chaux, Poupet de la, letter from Charles V. 

to, on dangers threatening Christendom, 

iv. 6-7. 
Chemlin, Kaspar, preaches against pre- 
valence of vice and crime, xi. 12. 
-his Sieben Christliche Predigien [1611], 

xvi. 104 (re. 2). 
Chemnitz [town], vi. 309 (re. 2). 
assembly of Estates of duchy of Saxony 

at resolution passed at, vi. 56-7. 
■ Agricola becomes town physician at, 



xiii. 500. 
Agricola elected burgomaster of, xiii. 

501. 
deprived of post in [1552], xiii. 501 

(n. 2). 

probable cause, xiii. 501 (re. 2). 

Chemnitz, Martin, theologian, vii. 290 ; viii. 

380, 412 (re. 3) ; xiv. 151-2, 153, 192, 214. 

letter from Hesshus to, vii. 376 (re. 1). 

Morlin, combines Augsburg Confession 

with Smalcald Articles, vii. 305. 
aids in drawing up ' Corpus Doctrinae ' 

for Duke Julius of Brunswick-Wolfen- 

biittel [1569), viii. 170. 
declines co-operation in James Andrea's 

' formula of Concord,' viii. 171-2. 
letter to Morlin concerning Andrea's 

connection with Wittenberg theologians, 

viii. 172. 
sets up new creed in opposition to 

Wittenberger Grundfeste, viii. 176. 
his attack on Jesuits in treatise Con- 
cerning the New Order of Jesuits, viii. 

238-9. 
-its coarseness, viii. 239, 239 (n. 1). 

— attacks Catechism by Canisius, viii. 290. 
■letter to, from Christopher Reuter on 



hopeless state of religion in Austria, viii. 
305-6. 

— invited to accept office of Super- 
intendent of Catholic Church in Upper 
and Lower Austria [1572], viii. 375. 

— his conditions for accepting office, viii. 
375. 

— aids James Andrea in accomplishing 
' union of Suabian and Nether-Saxon 
Churches,' viii. 404. 

— attends Convention at Torgau [1576], 
viii. 406. 

— his boast of having ' extinguished 
Melanchthon,' viii. 406 ; xiv. 159. 

his part in Torgau Book, viii. 412 (re. 3). 

his condemnation of Andrea, viii. 

407 (re. 1). 
■attends Convention at Bergen [1577], 



viii. 412. 

remonstrates with Duke Julius of 

Brunswick on the installation and con- 
secration of his son Henry Julius as 
Bishop of Halberstadt, viii. 424-6. 



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Chemnitz, Martin, institutes campaign 

: ist Duke, viii. 420. 
dismissed from post of consistorial 

councillor to Duke Julius of Brunswick, 

viii. 426 (n. 2). 
on work achieved by the Order of the 

Jesuits, ix. 323-4. 
his conditional acceptance of Gregorian 

Calendar, x. 55. 
as town superintendent of Brunswick, 

his Lutheran leanings, xiii. 88. 
on increase of crime in duchy of 

Brunswick [1568], xvi. 110, 110 (n. 4). 
next to Melanchthon in importance 

as writer on Protestant dogma, xiv. 151-2. 
his Loci theologici, xiv. 151, 151 (n. 4, 

5,6). 

■ his divergence from Melanchthon, 



xiv. 151 2, 152 (n. 1). 

his Be duabis naturis in Christo [1570], 



xiv. 153 (n. 1). 
part author of Apology of the Book of 

Concord, xiv. 170, 170 (n. 2). 
his estimate of Conrad Schliisselburg, 

xiv. 173. 
his polemical war against Roman 

Catholic Church, xiv. i^j I. 
his Extimen Concilii Tridentini, xiv. 

183-4, 183 (n. 3). 
his Theologiae Jesuilarum praecipua 

capita [1562], xiv. 183. 
as exegetist, xiv. 210, 212, 212 (n. 3, 4), 

214. 
Chemnitz, Paul, appointed Abbot of 

Monastery of St. Giles, Brunswick, viii. 

426 (n. 2). 
Duke Julius declines to ratify appoint- 
ment, viii. 426 (n. 2). 
Chess games, Asiatic, origin of, i. 9 (n. 1). 
Chiemsee, Bishop of : gee l'oistinger, Bertold. 
Chieregati, Francesco, Papal Nuncio, iii. 321 ; 

letter of, to Rome, iii. 315. 
Chievres, Herr von, Imperial Councillor, iii. 

174. 
' Child Jesus in the Temple,' by Martin 

Schaffner, xi. 151. 
Children, Increase of crime amongst, xvi. 

151. 
Children's Heads, 6000, legend of, x. 33-6. 

source oi legend, x. 33-4, 33 (n. 5). 

sermons founded on, x. 35-6. 

China, Illustrated Catechism for [1617], xi. 

175. 
Chivalry, decline of, ii. 161. 
Chlumecky, ix. 501 (n. 2), 502 (». 2), 503 

(n. 1, 2, 8), 504 (n. 2), 511 (n. 1) ; x. 405 

(n. 1, 3), 406 (n. 2), 409 (n. 2, 3, 6), 416 

(n. 1), 417 (n. 3), 420 (n. 1), 421 (». 2, 4), 

422 (n. 1), 4S6 (n. 1), 487 (». 1), 488 (n. 2), 

490 (n. 1), 495 (n. 1), 497 (n. 1), 502 (n. 1), 

507 (n. 1). 509 (n. 1). 517 (n. 1), 552 (n. 4). 
on German Latin' Poets 'and Versifiers, 

xiii. 343 (n. 2). 
Chmel, Die Handschrijten der Hofbibl. zu 

Wun, ix. 413 (n. 1) ; x. 421 (n. 1) ; xii. 

234 (ii.]); xiv. 583 (n. 2) ; xv. 272 

(n. 3), 336 (n. 5). 
Choir Stalls in Calcar Church, i. 186. 

in IMm Cathedral, 1. 198. 

Choler, John, m Lugsburg, xiii. 383. 

Cholevius on Hans Sachs as dramatist, xii 

21 (ft 
on Kireliinair's Pammachius, xii. 75 

(n. 1). 
his Oetch. der deuttehm Poetie, \iii 

69 (n. 1). 
' Chorgesange des lateinisch - deutschen 

Schuldramas in sechzehnten Jahrhundert,' 

P. \'"ti Lfilencron. xi. 217 (n. 2). 



Christ, BeUrdge zur Qeschichte der Atiti- 

hensam nlungen Munchens, xi. 198 (n. 1). 
' Christ bearing His Cross,' by Albert Diirer, 

i. 220. 
Christ, brotherhood in. Catholic teaching 

concerning, viii. 269. 

doctrine of omnipresence of, vii. 313. 

strife and dissensions concerning the 

person of, vii. 76-7. 
' Christ ist erstarken,' five-part song by 

H enry Thick, xi. 256, 258, 277. 
' Christ the True Light,' by Hans Holbein, the 

Younger, xi. 54 (». 2). 
'Christen Kirchgang' (der), Hartmann 

Braun, xiv. 473, 473 (n. 2). 
Christendom, effect of dismemberment of 

Holy Roman Empire upon, ii. 197-8. 
Charles V. hopes to rescue, from 

Turkish yoke, v. 441. 
Christenings, disorderly revelrv at, xv. 405, 

405 (n. 3). 
'Christenlich bilder,' Geilcr von Kaisersberg 

[1512], xiv. 383 (11. 5). 
' Christenspiegel,' the, i. 45 1; xiii. 209, 

209 (n. 2). 
Christgarten, convent a', confiscated by 

Count of Ottingen, ix. 250. 
differences with Imperial Chamber 

concerning, ix. 250. 
' Christi Kbnigreich und Seelengejaid,' 

Albertinus, xv. 423 (n. 2). 
Christian II., King of Denmark, v. 484, 485. 
Christian III. of Denmark [ = Duke of 

Holstein], vi. 2 (n. 1), 329 ; xii. 265, 265 

(n. 4) ; xv. 8. 
furnishes supplies to Landgrave of 

Hesse for conquest of Wilrtemberg, v. 411. 
equips troops, recovers own country 

from Anabaptists, and appears before 

Liibeck, v. 481. 

chosen as King of Denmark by Danish 



nobles, v. 484. 

captures Aalborg, v. 484. 

reduces Jutland to submission, v. 484. 

takes possession of Funen, v. 484. 

as Christian III. concludes peace with 

Liibeck, v. 484. 
makes his entry into Copenhagen as 

Christian III., v. 485. 

— proceeds to suppress Catholic religion, 
v. 485, 485 (n. 1). 

— becomes member of Smalcald League 

1, v. 485. 

— his defeat of Liibeck, v. 484 ; xv. 8. 

takes over dominion of the Sund and 

German Ocean from Germany, v. 484 ; 
xv. 8. 

introduces the 'Sund-toll' and the 



' lastage-tax,' v. 4S5 ; xv. 8-9, 9 (n. 1). 

— becomes allv of Francis I. against 
Charles V., v. 436. 

— conclud* > treaty with League of Smal- 
cald, vi. S-9. 

• sends ambassador to assembly of, 



v. 494. 



terms of his admission into League, 

vi. 9. 

concludes special treaties with I'rinces 

of Saxony, Hesse, Luneburg, Anlialt, and 
the Count of Mansfeld, vi. 9-10. 

— receives letter from Philip of Hesse 
concerning bigamy, vi. 140-1. 

— concludes treaty with Francis I., vi. 
17'.). 

appeal of Luther's widow to, for help, 

vi. 281 (11. 1). 
appealed to for help by John Luther, vi. 

281 (n. L). 

— prepares to take part in war of Smal- 



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cald League against Emperor Charles V., 

vi. 321-2. 
Christian III. of Denmark fails to provide 

adequate aid towards Smalcaldic War, vi. 

334, 340. 
Elector Maurice of Saxony enters into 

relations with, vi. 441. 
letter to, from Andreas Wacker concern- 
ing Albert of Brandenburg, vi. 517 (n. 1). 
— — letter to, from Flacius Illyricus, vii. 

39-40, 44. 

letter to, from Melanchthon, vii. 46-7. 

appealed to, to protect Livonia against 

incursions of Ivan the Terrible, vii. 113. 
his enmity towards Albert Hardenberg, 

vii. 280. 
on delights of drinking, xv. 239, 239 

(n. 2). 
Christian IV., King of Denmark, ix. 279. 
suggested as candidate for imperial 

throne, ix. 440 ; x. 452. 
points in favour of his candidature, ix. 

440-1. 
• petitioned by Protestant allies for aid 



against Papists, x. 532. 
— gives assistance to 



Duke Frederic 



Ulrich of Brunswick against his insurgent 
subjects, x. 576. 

— distressed at arrival of troops of States- 
General under Prince Henry of Nassau. 
and prepares to withdraw, x. 577. 
— his reasons for assisting Frederic 



Ulrich, x. 577-8. 

— his wishes and policy concerning the 
Hanseatic towns of the ' East Sea,' x. 
577-80. 

— remonstrated with, by Emperor 
Matthias [1613], x. 578. 

his reply, x. 579. 

— writes to James I. of England concern- 
ing his non-recognition of rights of Han- 
seatic towns, x. 579. 

— endeavours to obtain reversion of 



Archbishopric of Bremen for his son, x. 
579-80. 

— commences warlike preparations against 
[1615], x. 579-80. 

■ desists on receiving news of Hanseatic 



towns and States- General going to defence 

of Bremen, x. 580, 580 (n. 1). 
his bad treatment of the Hansa towns, 

xv. 9, 9 (n. 2). 
Christian I., Elector of Saxony, ix. 227 ; xv. 

234. 

succeedsAugustus [1586], ix. 13; xiv.161. 

his character, ix. 131. 

his military aroused by Margrave 

Joachim Frederic of Brandenburg on 

behalf of French Calvinists and Henry 

of Navarre, ix. 131. 

• allows free levying of troops for 



Henry of Navarre in his territories, and 
grants leave to his nobles to join army 
[1587], ix. 133. 

— meets Landgrave William of Hesse at 
Laugensalza to consider question of loan 
to Henry III. of France [1589], ix. 135. 
■ concludes league with Count Palatine 



John Casimir at Plauen [1590], ix. 136, 
137 (w. 2). 

— joins in deputation to Emperor Rudolf 
II. setting forth grievances of Protestant 
Electors [1590], ix. 137, 138. 

— reign of Calvinism under [1586-91], 
ix. 149-68 ; xiv. 161-2. 

— issues a ' peace mandate,' ix. 149. 

— new edition of Bible presented to, by 
Salmuth [1590], ix. 152. 

— promises his Provincial Estates not to 



engage in religious wars or leagues, etc., 

without their consent [1588], ix. 155. 
Christian I. consents to the raising of troops 

for army of Prince Christian of Anhalt in 

support of Henry of Navarre [1591], ix. 

155-6. 

his death [Oct. 1591], ix. 157. 

funeral sermon on, ix. 157 (n. 2). 

interview with Court preacher Minis 

[1588], ix. 157 (n. 2). 

■ his successor, ix. 157. 

adds on magnificent stables to Dresden 

Castle, xi. 131. 

his outlay on suit of armour, xi. 186. 

prophecy concerning, xii. 256 (n. 1). 

his grant to ' Collegium Augusti ' [1588], 

xiii. 271 (w. 1), 272. 
issues edict against turbulent students 

of Wittenberg University [1587], xiii. 292. 
■ and the teaching of Latin grammar at 



Wittenberg, xiii. 340. 

— applies to Landgrave William IV. of 
Hesse for plants and seeds from his 
gardens, xiii. 530. 

— issues order against introduction of 
Ramistic philosophy into Wittenberg 
[1588], xiv. 135, 135 («. 3). 

— goes stag-hunting [1501], xv. 198. 

— his poaching edict [1618], xv. 217-8, 
218 (n. 1). 

— retinue of, xv. 227, 227 (n. 2, 3). 

— his drinking habits, xv. 233-4, 234 («. 1). 
ring-running at wedding festivities of 



[1582], xv. 265. 

— jewels owned by, xv. 273, 273 (n. 3). 

— purchases the Wertter library [1588], 
xv. 342 (n. 2). 

— penal decrees issued by, against beggars, 
etc., xv. 520, 520 (n. 2). 

• his death [1591], xiv. 448. 



Christian II., Elector of Saxony, ix. 157, 279, 

440, 498, 513 ; x. 494 ; xv. 520. 
at Diet of Katisbon [1598] supports 

rights of majority in matters of taxation, 

ix. 205. 
takes no part in special meetings 

of Protestant Estates at Diet [1598], ix. 

206-7. 

ambassador of, sends warning con- 



cerning Calvinists, ix. 207. 

■ declines to have anything to do 



with petition of grievances of 1594, ix. 
207. 

— succeeds to government [1601], ix. 228. 

— sends Nicholas Blum of Dohna to 
Chancellor Ejell to prepare him for death, 
ix. 228. 

— form of oath written out by, to be 
subscribed to by all seeking office in his 
territories, ix. 232-3. 

— deprives Calvinistic subjects of right 
of law, ix. 233. 

— sides with Catholics at Diet of Ratisbon 
[1603] concerning revision and case of 



' four convents,' ix. 289. 
— ■ — instruction to his 



ambassador, 
Count von Mansfeld, ix. 289-90. 

■ dissension between his ambassador 



and those of Elector Palatine Frederic IV., 
ix. 290. 

— reported attempt on his life, ix. 290. 

— declines to fall in with Palatine plans 
for using Calvinist rebellion in Hungary 
for undermining power of House of 
Habsburg, ix. 431-2. 

his brother suggested as candidate for 



imperial throne, ix. 441. 
— opponent of Palatine 
party, ix. 475. 



revolutionary 



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Christian II. Bides with Catholic party in 

dispute over ' four convent*.' ix. 47"). 
does not desire abolition of AuliC 

Council, ix. 475. 
assumes attitude at Diet of Ratisbon 

[1C08] which rejoices Palatinate party, ix. 

475. 
endeavours to dissuade Emperor 

Rudolf II. from appointing Archduke 
rdinand as his representative at Diet 

of Ratisbon [1608], ix. 476, 476 (». 1). 
— his duty to Evangelical Estates 



urged upon him by his ambassadors to 
Diet, ix. 478. 

— pressure brought to bear on him by 
Count Palatine of Neuburg, Duke of 
Wurtembcrg, Landgrave .Maurice of Hesse, 
and Elector of Brandenburg, ix. 478. 

— persuaded of desire of Jesuits to obtain 
repeal of ' Religious Peace,' Ix. 479. 

— declines to aid Emperor until renewal 
of Religious Peace and Evangelical Estates 
had been reassured regarding intentions 
ol ' Jesuitical Catholics,* ix. 479. 

— requests the ratification of ' Religious 
Peace ' in Recess of Diet [1608], ix. 479, 
479 (n. 1). 

■ his request conceded by ambassadors 



of Mavence, Treves, and Cologne, ix. 479. 
■takes exception to clause proposed 



Branden- 
ix. 492. 
Louis of 
Archduke 
Emperor 



by Council of Princes concerning ratiflca 
tion of ' Religious Peace,' ix. 484-5. 

— expresses himself willing to accept 
' document of mediation ' submitted by 
Archduke Ferdinand, ix. 488. 

— forbids his ambassadors to take part in 
further private meetings of the Palatiners, 
ix. 488. 

— does not sign document drawn up by 
Evangelical Electors at Diet for sub- 
mission to Emperor stating their reasons 
for leaving Ratisbon, ix. 490. 

— displeased at departure of 
burg and Palatine ambassadors, 

— his support solicited by 
Starhemberg as envoy of 
Matthias, for revolt against 
Rudolf II., ix. 505. 

— fights shy of joining Protestant League 
and entering into union with Calvinists, 
ix. 513. 

— and ' League of Defence,' ix. 519. 

— his Court preacher, Matthias Ho ■ . 
publishes Evangelisches Handbiichlein con- 
taining false statements as to Catholic 
views on marriage, x. 250. 

sends Gerstenberger to Provincial Diet 

of Prague [1609] to act as mediator 
between ivnperor Rudolf II. and Pro- 
testant Estates, x. 415. 

— his claim to duchy of Jtllich-Cleves 
favoured by Emperor Rudolf II., x. 
430. 

— Elector John Sigismund of Branden- 
burg endeavours to p< rsuad , to join the 
I 'rut, tint, League, x. 451-2. 

rejects the proposal, x. 452. 

— bears report from hds councillors ol 
Elector Palatine Frederic [V.'s prepara- 
i I'M i for war, x. 454. 

juins Henry Julius, Duke < >f Brunswick. 
ind Louis \ . Landgrave of Hesse- 
Darmstadt, in earnest, appeal to Frederic 
[ V., Elector Palatine, against methods and 
aims of Protestant League, x. 462. 

— undertakings given by, to Emperor 
Rudolf i [., in Ion with tiis receiv- 
ing enfeoffment of Jtllich lands at his 
hands, \. 163, 



Christian II., his claims to, supported by 
Archduke Leopold, x. 463. 

receives petition from Archduke 

Leopold that he should organise strong 
league of Lutherans and Catholics for 
protection against Calvinists, and that 
he should be one representative of 
Lutherans, x. 480-1. 

representatives at Assembly of 

Princes approve of proposal, x. 482-3. 

■ deputes his brother, John Casimir 



of Saxe-Coburg, to negotiate with Elector 
Archbishop of Slayence concerning League, 
feeling that a neutral attitude was no 
longer possible, x. 483. 

• under influence of Duke of Bruns- 



wick becomes undecided [1611], x. 481 
(re. 2), 484, 484 (re. 2). 

— anxious for reconciliation between 
Emperor Rudof II. and King Matthias, 
x. 485. 

— and hopes held out to Archduke 
Leopold of Bohemian Crown and succes- 
sion in the Empire, x. 489. 

— death of [July 1611], x. 498. 

— costly suit of armour belonging to, 
xi. 186 (re. 2). 

— his saddles, etc., xi. 186 (re. 2). 

— issues decree prohibiting sale of 
' scandalous pictures ' to children, xi. 
233 (re. 3). 

— -prophecy concerning, xii. 256 (n. 1). 

his interview with Friedr. Taubaiann 

at Dresden, xiii. 293, 293 (». 1). 
■ socages computed for money, during 



reign of, xv. 161, 161 (re. 1). 

— his ' Resolution ' for protection of 
people against Guilds, xv. 119 (re. 3). 

— and Princess Hedwig of Denmark, mar- 
riage festivities of [1602], xv. 255 (re. 1), 
265-6, 266 (re. 1). 

— increased taxation under [1605], xv. 
305-6. 

- his debts [1609], xv. 306. 

■ demands payment of, by Estates, 



xv. 306. 

— admonished by Estates, xv. 307. 

— his debts at his death [1611], xv. 
307-8. 

— funeral sermons on, xv. 308. 

— his drunkenness and debauchery, xv. 
234-6, 234 (re. 5). 

funeral orations on, xv. 236. 



Christian, Electoral Prince of Saxony, viii. 

184; xv. 267. 
Christian I. of Anhalt-Bernburg, Prince 

[Calvinist], ix. 446, 473 (». 3) ; x. 445, 

619 (re. 3), 624 (re. 2) ; xiv. 3. 
proposed by Nicholas Krell as com- 
mander of army of Protestant League 

[1591], ix. 144. 
his difficulty in mustering the army, 

ix. 144. 
his views on contemplated war against 

Spain [1599], ix. 242. 

his opinion of his confederates in pro- 



pos id war against Spain [1599], ix. 242. 

— accepts accusations brought against 
Catholics of intention to establish a 
Catholic Universal Monarchy as true, ix. 
243. 

his recommendations for prevent- 
ing this, and the annihilation of Protes- 
tants, ix. -IV',. 

contemplates annihilation of House of 

Habsburg and Catholic faith, ix. 243. 

enters Into alliance with Ile.ssc-Casscl, 

France, England, and Eolland, ix. -J4:s. 

eggs on Henry IV. Of France to renew 



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war against Spain, and assures him of 
German support [1599], ix. 243. 

Christian I. of Anhalt-Bernburg com- 
missioned by Elector Palatine Frederic IV. 
to dissuade Emperor Rudolf II. from 
consenting to choice of successor to 
Imperial crown, ix. 275. 

his views regarding disputed Bishopric 

of Strasburg, ix. 282. 

informs Emperor Rudolf II. of Elector 

Palatine Frederic IV. 's ignorance of 
French intrigues connected with Bishopric 
of Strasburg, ix. 283. 
• proposes Prince Maurice of Orange as 



candidate for Imperial throne, ix. 441. 

— urges Elector Palatine Frederic IV. to 
take lead in negotiations for Archduke 
Maximilian's succession to Imperial throne, 
ix. 441. 

— endeavours to obtain Henry IV. of 



France's support for Archduke Maximilian, 
ix. 443. 

necessity for a Protestant League im- 
pressed upon him by Henry IV. of France, 
ix. 444. 

■ goes to Courts of different princes to 



point out necessity for League, ix. 444-5. 
■ urges Henry IV. of France to take 



active part in forming League, ix. 445. 

— informed by Count Sayn-Wittgenstein 
of secession of Elector of Saxony, Christian 
II., from Palatine party at Diet of Ratis- 
bon [1608], ix. 489. 

— signs document drawn up by Evan- 
gelical Electors at Diet of Ratisbon [1608] 
for submission to Emperor, stating reasons 
for leaving Ratisbon, ix. 491. 

his alliance with the ' Calvinistic 



Triumvirate ' [1606], ix. 501- 

— expected to aid Protestant League 
[1607] with Palatine-French troops, ix. 503. 

— substance of transactions of Diet at 
Presburg communicated to, by Rosen- 
berg, ix. 504. 

— his support solicited by Richard von 



Starhemberg for revolt against Emperor 
Rudolf II., ix. 505. 

— his hopes, from Diet of Czaslau, of 
destruction of House of Habsburg, ix. 507. 

— desires that Archduke Maximilian 
should receive Bohemia and afterwards 
Emperor, ix. 507-8. 

his activity in formation of Protestant 



League [1608], ix. 513. 
• repairs to Stuttgart 



to funeral of 



Duke Frederic of Wiirtemberg and enters 
into negotiations with new duke, John 
Frederic, ix. 513. 

— urged by Count Palatine Philip Louis 
of Neuburg to form union on basis of 
maintaining army of 20,000 men, ix. 517. 
• attends meeting of Protestant Princes 



at Ahausen, ix. 517. 
— writes to Elector 



Palatine urging 
confederates of ' League of Defence ' to 
arm immediately and to attack Bohemia, 
ix. 519. 

— writes to Margrave of Ansbach regard- 
ing action of ' League of Defence,' ix. 519. 

— is, through Tschernembl, offered alliance 
with Calvinist party, x. 406-7. 

— is appointed General-in-Chief and Field- 
Marshal to Protestant League, or Union, 
x. 407. 

his optimism, x. 407. 

his communication to Duke of 

Bouillon, x. 407, 407 (w. 1). 
his object, x. 408. 

— goes to Wittengau and meets Tscher- 



nembl, the delegate of Horn Conspirators, 
x. 408. 

Christian I. of Anhalt-Bernburg and Tscher- 
nembl discuss capture of Vienna with 
aid of Turks, x. 408, 408 (». 3). 

calls on Horn Conspirators to incite 

generals of King Matthias to break their 
faith and to desert, x. 409. 
- active in efforts to widen divisions among 



members of House of Habsburg, x. 412. 
— receives letter from Wock von Rosen- 
berg concerning future plans of Bohemian 
Protestant insurgents, x. 416. 

Diet of Protestant League, or Union, 



at Schwabisch-Hall, draws up instructions 
for, x. 417. 

— hopes to place himself at head of pro- 
visional Government at Prague, and enter- 
tains idea of becoming King of Bohemia 
[1609], x. 418. 
■ accompanied by Camerarius obtains 



audience of Emperor as envoy of Pro- 
testant League, and hands document to 
Emperor Rudolf II., setting forth claims of 
allied princes, x. 421-2, 422 (n. 1). 
— receives gifts from Emperor, x. 422. 

is granted private audience and 



informs Emperor of loyal intentions and 
purposes of League, 

— informs him of confederacy of Arch- 
dukes and cautions him to read his own 
correspondence, x. 422-4. 
■ negotiates, in name of Union or League, 



with Protestant Estates of Bohemia and 
Silesia, x. 424. 

— ■ receives promise from Emperor that 
Donauworth should be restored to its 
former position [1609], x. 425. 

— writes to Prince Wolfgang William con- 
cerning Julich-Cleves succession, x. 427. 
■ listens to mutual suspicions of John 



Sigismund, Elector of Brandenburg, and 

John I., Count Palatine of Zweibriicken 

[ = the Possessionem], at Diisseldorf, x. 434. 
— ■ describes harm worked by army of 

' Possessionem ' in districts of Jiilich and 

Cleves, x. 434. 
— dispatched by members of Protestant 

Union to close negotiations with 

Henry IV. of France, x. 438. 
■his negotiations with Henry IV. of 



France concerning Julich-Cleves, x. 440. 

— attends meeting of Protestant League 
at Schwabisch-Hall and gives account 
of his embassy to France and his general 
views on Imperial affairs, x. 447-8. 

— surprises Jiilich troops of Archduke 
Leopold and defeats them, x. 457. 

— determines to begin war in territory of 
Archduke Albert, x. 457. 

■ announces intention of giving ' good 



solid lessons ' to Papists in Jiilich, x. 460. 

— is applied to by Frederic IV., Elector 
Palatine, to use his influence with allied 
princes and electors, etc., in disposal of their 
military forces for the ' remodelling of the 
Imperial Constitution,' x. 465. 

— his grief at sudden death of the Elector 
Palatine [1610], x. 466. 

— criticises Catholic League of Defence, 
x. 470. 

— his efforts to foment hatred between 



Emperor Rudolf II. and King Matthias, 
x. 485-6. 

— receives message from Emperor Rudolf 
II. that he desired the assistance of the 
Union or League [1611], x. 496. 

— on death of Rudolf II. points out to 
King Matthias wisdom of showing favour 



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HISTORY OF THE (JERMAN PEOPLE 



to Protestant alii - and, above all, the 
Palatinate, x. 505. 

Christian I. of Anhalt-Bernburg informs John 
Schweikart, Elector of Mayen.ce, of terms 
having been come to between King 
Matthias and Protestant League, x. 503. 

active in efforts to keep Protestant 

[jeague in touch with adherents in Austria, 
Moravia, and Silesia, x. 589. 

i report from Christopher von 

Dohna as to tottering position of House of 
Habsburg in Eongary, Bohemia, Austria, 
and Moravia, x. ( 120-1. 

sends eldest son to Court of Turin to 

farther evangelical cause [1617], x. 626 
(re. 

letter of, to Chancellor of Elector Pala- 
tine Frederic V., concerning the seizure 
of fortress of Breisach, x. 627-8. 

keeps in perpetual alliance with Pro- 
testant leaders in Bohemia, x. 623. 

letter from Margrave Joachim Ernest 

of Ansbach [1618] on position of affairs, x. 
62'J ; xi. 1. 

his sobriety, xv. 231, 231 (n. 2), 2:!:!. 

Christian, hereditary prince of Anhalt- 
Bernburg sent by father to Court of Turin 
to further evangelical cause [1618], x. 626 
(n. 2). 

Christian, Abp. of Mayencc, i. 264. 

Christian, Duke of Brunswick, x. 360 (n. 2). 

Christian, Duke of Holstein : see Christian 
111. of Denmark. 

Christian, Margrave of Brandenburg, fes- 
tivities at baptism of [1581], xv. 266-7, 
267 (n. 1). 

Christian, Dr. Andreas, syndic of Counts of 
Wetterau, i\\ 191 (». 2). 

' Christian Admonition, A.' ii. 9, 20. 

in praise of agriculture, ii. 97. 

on baths, ii. 38 ,">, 38-7. 

on dress, ii. 33-4, 68. 

on dangers of prosperity, ii. 63. 

'Christian Agreement' concluded between 
Philip "f Hesse and towns of Zurich, Basle, 
and Strassburg [1530], v. 327. 

' Christian Alliance ' of Nuremberg, formation 
Of, vi. 21. 

' Christian and delightful narrative of Eve, the 
first mother, and Abel, Seth, and Cain,' her 
sons,' bj Caspar Bru shiu , siii. 358, 

' Christian and Godly Memorandum,' issued 
by general synod at Eesse 1 1588], warning 

i' i ! «1 istde dings with Catholics 

1588], x. 254 5. 

' Christian and Useful Play,' bv John Komoldt 
11564], xii. 29. 

' Christian Brothers ' of Erfurt, iv. 288, 
304, 

Joined by Gotz von Berlichingen, iv. 

261, 277-8. 

admitted into town of Mergentheiin. iv. 

262. 

attempt to coerce inhabitants of Heil- 

bronn into joiniag, Iv, 267. 

— join d l. ( ■■unit Ernst von Hohen- 

steln, iv. 298. 

joined by Count Gunther von 

Schwarzbnrg, Iv. 208. 

Joined by peasantry of districts round 

1 be ; jax, iv. 27 i. 

d i 298, 301 . 

genera] uprising of. under Wigand. iv. 

Bight of its Field-Marshal, iv. 321, 

' Christian Children's Song.' Luther, x. 2 
\i. 2 



Christian Comedy of the Day of Judgment,' 

I'bili l. xii. in ; |. n 



' Christian Council,' free, summoning of, 
demanded by Elector of Saxony of Em- 
peror, vi. 268. 
' Christian co-burghership ' leagues, v. 224, 

226-7, 355. 

between Constance and B -ru s, v. 207. 

and Zurich, v. 207. 

protest against, v. 207. 

between Zurich, Berne, St. Gall, Bid, 

Miilhausen, and Basle, v. 206. 
endeavours to form alliance against 

Charles V., v. 242. 

schemes of the, v. 243. 

and Council of Zurich, v. 245. 

' Christian Free Council of German Nation,' 

to be summoned, vi. 252. 
' Christian General Council,' Granvell assures 

Maurice of Saxony of Charles V.'s intention 

to convoke, vi. 310-1. 
' Christian League [Catholic],' iv. 243, 287 ; 

v. 222. 

object of, v. 222-3. 

Johann Laue becomes member of, 

iv. 291. 

— troops of, conclude peace at Cap pel, 

v. 224. 
' Christian Military Expedition ' against 

France : see France, Christian Military 

Expedition against. 
' Christian Philosophy,' iii. 14, 23, 24. 

essence of, iii. 23-4. 

' Christian Turks ' [ = Venetians], v. 234-47 ; 

viii. 104. 
' Christian Union,' iv. 220, 229, 232, 262. 
' Christianae doctrinae summa capita,' 

Matthias Martinus [1603], xiv. 177 (re. 3). 
' Christian's Manual,' iii. 21 (n.). 
'Christians d. Zweiten von Anhalt Gesandt- 

schaftsreise nach Savoyen, 1617,' etc., Dr. 

M. Kegel, x. 628 (n. 2). 
Christina, Duchess of Lorraine, deposed by 

Henry II. of France, vi. 464. 
Christina, Landgravine, wife of Philip of 

Hesse, v. 412 ; vi. 77. 
condones Philip's bigamy, vi. 82. 82 

(re. 2). 

stipulations made by, vi. 83. 

Christina, Queen, xiii. 537 (n. 1). 

' Christlich Bedenken u. Erinnerung v. 

Zauberei,' by Augustin Lercheimer von 

Steinfdd [= Hermann Wilcken, Btyled 

Wit kind] [1585-1622], xii. 346-51. 346 

(n. 3), 347 (re. 1), 348 (n. 1), 351 («. 1, 2) ; 

xvi. 391 (n. 1). 
'Christlich Gesprech zwischen einem Land- 

pfarrherr u. einem Gelehrten d. Rectus,' 

x. 272 (re. 1). 
' Christlich heilsam Gesprech iiber einem 

piipstlichen Blutbrief, genannt Ablassbrief. 

Einblattdruck, 1588,' x. 233 (re, 1). 
' Christlich Kinderlied damit d. Kinder zu 

Mittfasten d. Papst austreiben,' Luther, 

x. 235 (re, 2) ; xi. 287. 

See also Christian Children's Song. 
' Christlich Predigt wider d. unmassig 

Schmucken, Prassen, u. Vollsaufen ' [1573], 

XV. 354, 354 (re, 1), 397 (re, 1), 400 (re, 3), 

406 (». 1, 3), 407 (n. 2), 409 (re. 4), 410 

(n. 2). 411 (n. l). 
'Christlich trbuiiche Predigt iiber weiland 

Christoph,' Eberhard Bidombach [1569], 

\iv. 485 (re. 1). 
' Christlich Unterricht wes sich gottselige 

Unterthanen verhalten kdnnen zu d. Zeit 

d. Verfolgung,' Johann Mathesius, x. 

161 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Anleitung,' Baokmelster, vii. 

279 (re. 3) ; viii. 136 (re. 2). 
' Christliche bescheidene wohlgegriindete 



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INDEX 



ablahmung d. vermaniter Bischofspredigt 

so jiingst . . d. 26 Jan. dieses Iaufenden 69. 

Jahrs im Miinster zu Strasburg gehalten,' 

Jame Rabe, x. 85 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Burgrecht und d. Christliche 

Vereinigung,' Fr. Rohrer, v. 208 (n. 1). 
' Christliche erhebliche und wohlfundierte 

Motive,' Johann Pistorius, x. 130, 132 

(«. 1), 134 (n. 1, 2). 
' Christliche Erinnerung,' by George Scherer, 

xii. .336. 
' Christliche Erinnerung an gewaltigen 

Regenten,' John Megfart, xvi. 191-2, 191 

(». 1), 192 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Erklarung,' vii. 326 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Ethik (die) in der lutherischen 

Kirche von Calixtus,' L. Pelt, xiv. 194 

(n. 2). 
' Christliche Geschichtsauffassung,' Hipler, 

xiii. 459 (n. 2). 
' Christliche Glaube,' by Hasak, i. 52 (n. 1) ; 

xv. 440 (n. 2), 441 (n. 2). 
' Christliche Kirchengeschichte d. neuesten 

Zait,' C. Riffel, v. 128 (n. 2), 254 (». 1). 
' Christliche Klage d. einfaltigen Volkes,' 

vii. 21 (n. 2). 
' Christliche Klageschrift * [1578], xv. 451. 
' Christliche Klage- und Trostschrift fiir alle 

Christenmenschen ' [1578], vii. 90-2, 92 

(n. 1), 258 (m. 2). 
' Christliche Klagewort ' [1605], xiv. 469-71, 

471 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Komodia von d. Jammerlichen 

Fall u. Irolichen Wiederbringung d. 

menschlichen Geschlechtes,' by G. 

Mauritius [1606], xii. 132, 132 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Lehr und Ermanung, wie man 

jetzschwebende Irrthumm durchs Wort 

Gottes erkennen und fliehen sol,' Johann 

zum Wege [1569], xiv. 341. 
' Christliche Lehre von Rew u. Busse,' viii. 

238 (w. 3). 
' Christliche Leichprodigt aus d. 12. Kap. d. 

Predigers Salomons ' [1599], xiii. 305 (n. 2). 
' Christliche Leichpredigt uber den Tod 

J. Kasimirs,' J. Strack [1592], xiv. 485, 

485 (n. 2). 
' Christliche Mystik,' Goires, xvi. 487 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Osterpredig uber d. Wort unsers 

einigen Erlosers u. Seligmachers : "Der 

Friede sei mit Euch " ' [1571], xiii. 29") 

(n. 1). 
' Christliche Predigten,' John Eck [1553], 

xvi. 54, 54 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Predigt von d. Einigkeit im 

heiligen Glauben wider d. Verachter d. 

Glaubens und d. gottlosen Unglaubigen,' 

viii. 299 (n. 2). 
' Christliche Predigt von d. heiligen Ehestandes 

Fiirtrefflichkeit,' Matthias Hoe, x. 35 (n. 3). 
' Christl. Socialen,' W. Hohoff, ii. 167 (n.). 
' Christliche trbstliche Predigt uber d. Evan- 

gelio von d. erweckten Jiingling, d. 

Wittiben Sun zu Nairn,' M. Cittardus, viii. 

299 (n. 1). 
' Christliche trostliche Predigt uber u. bei d. 

furgestellten Leiche d. Kaisers Ferdinand!.' 

Bl. 2 :i , M. Cittardus. viii. 294 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Verantwortung,' viii. 168 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Vermahnung von d. grossen 

Laster d. Nachreder und Verleumder,' 

Adam Walasser, x. 331 (n. 1). 
'Christl. Warnung d. trewen Eckarts,' Bart. 

Ruigwalt, xv. 166, 166 (n. 1). 
' Christliche Weltmann (Der),' by Hippolytus 

Guarinoni, xi. 390 (n. 1). 
' Christlichen Ermahnungen an die lieben 

Teutschen,' vii. 183 (w.'l). 
' Christlichen Psalmen, Liedern und Kir- 



chengesangen,' Nicholas Selnekker [1587], 

xi. 268. 
Christlicher Bericht, wie ein Christ auf d. 

37 Hauptartikel d. wahren chr. Glaubens 

»r;tworten soil,' Jacob Feucht, xiv. 342. 
' Christlicher, bescheidenlicher u. griindl. 

Bericht iiber das Lasterbach Joannis 

Pistorii Nidani,' x. 146 {n. 1). 
' Christlicher Gegenbericht an d. gottseligen 

gemeinen Laien,' Fred. Staphylus, x. 

78, 78 (n. 2), 79 («. 1) ; xiv. 437-8. 
' Christlicher Laienspiegel ' [1593], lorichius, 

xi. 213. 
' Christlicher Trachat,' viii. 214 (n. 1), 247 

(n. 2). 



v. Gespenster,' 
313, 313 (n. 1), 



XII. 



X1U. 



' Christlicher Unterricht 

J. Miinster [1591], xii. 

339-40, 340 («. 1). 
' Christliches Bedenken, wie Irrthum in d. 

Religion abgeschafft werden Mbchte,' vii. 

364, 364 (». 2). 
' Christliches Bedenken, wie sich d. Pro- 

testanten in Ostreich zu verhalten ' [1606], 

Matthias Hoe, x. 29 («. 2), 363 (n. 3). 
' Christliches Klagewort,' on dissensions 

among sectarian preachers [1605], x. 275, 

276 (n. 1), 277. 
Christmas Carols, i. 267. 
Christmas Play, by Christopher Lasius, 

133 (n. 5). 
' Christoph Elsenheimer,' M. Lotten, 

417 (w. 4). 
' Christoph Herzog zu Wiirttemberg,' Kugler, 

vi. 456 (w. 4) ; xi. 133 (n. 1). 
' Christoph Scheiner als Mathematiker, 

Physiker, u. Astronom,' A. von Braumiihl, 

xiii. 478 (n. 1). 
Christopher IV., bishop, ix. 380 (n. 1). 
Christopher, Bp. of Brisen, on scarcity of 

priests [1540], vii. 153-4. 
Christopher, Count Palatine, his defeat by 

Spaniards at Mooker Heath [1574], viii. 

145. 

death on field of battle, viii. 145. 

Christopher.Count von Oldenburg, appointed, 

commander of troops placed in field against 

Emperor by Nether-Saxon League, vi. 

365. 
joins troops under General Wilhelm 

von Thumshirn, vi. 365. 
■ joins Margrave Albert of Brandenburg- 

Culmbach, vi. 489. 
extorts money from Bishoprics of 

Worms and Spires, vi. 492. 
forbids his people to enter Bremen, 

vii. 283. 
Christopher, Duke of Mecklenburg [Pro- 
testant], xv. 230 (w. 2), 283. 
appointed coadjutor to Archbishop of 

Riga, vii. 113. 
taken prisoner by Teutonic Order, vii. 

113. 
Christopher, Duke of Saxony, aids in de- 
struction of powder in transport from 

Emperor to Lower Burgundy, viii. 142. 
equips troops for campaign in Nether- 
lands [1574], viii. 144. 

gets under weigh, viii. 145. 

Christopher of Wiirtemberg, v. 322, 399, 403. 

406 ; vi. 147, 536, 558 ; vii. 317, 333 ; 

viii. 40, 155 (n. 1) ; xiii. 413 ; xv. 202. 
hi3 claim supported by Dukes of 

Bavaria and French ambassador, v. 



406-7. 
• delighted 



Charles V., v. 446. 
— serves under Francis 



at disasters of Emperor 



I. with Lands- 
knechts, v. 447. 
— solicits monetary aid from Henry II. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



of France, for league against Charles V., 

vi. 421. 
Christopher of Wiirtemberg has interview 

with Margrave Albert of Brandenburg- 

Culmbach at Geislingen, vi. 456. 

duplicity of, vi. 472. 

petitions Henry II. of France to avoid 

further bloodshedin Germany, vi. 466. 
sends embassy to Elector Maurice 

intimating readiness to play false to 

Catholic Church, vi. 473. 

present at Congress of Heidelberg, vi. 



507. 

— attends Diet of Augsburg [1555], vi. 
540. 

— leaves Diet of Augsburg [1555], vi. 
555. 

— his views regarding proper attitude of 
Protestants towards Catholics, vii. 5. 

— and Assembly of Protestant Princes at 
Frankfort-am-Main [1557], vii. 31. 

— letter to, from Brenz, vii. 39 (n. 4). 

— takes up idea of re-establishment of 
religious unity by Convention of I'rii 
aided by divine inspiration, vii. 46. 

— proposes to summon Protestant Synod, 
vii. 46. 

proposal rejected, vii. 46. 

— comes to agreement with other Pro- 
testant Princes concerning Frankfort 
Recess [1558], vii. 47. 

— receives expressions of approval for his 
efforts towards religious unity from Maxi- 
milian, King of Bohemia, vii. 49. 

— correspondence with Maximilian, vii. 
50, 50 (n. 1). 

— urgent to conquer new territories for 
' new religion,' vii. 59. 

— uses every endeavour to introduce 
Lutheranism into domain, vii. 73. 

— religious innovations in Wiirtemberg 
under, vii. 74-92. 

— convinced of duty of spiritual rul;, vii. 
74. 

— gives out that all preachers in his 
domain preach according to confession of 
faith of ' Frankfort Recess,' vii. 74. 

— issues edict ordering the searching out 
of punishment, etc., of all sectarians, vii. 
74-5. 

— finds fault with Melanchthon [1558], 
vii. 75. 

— his anger against Flacius Illyricus, vii. 
75. 

— writes out a confession of faith, vii. 76. 

— causes confiscation of benefices and 
religious foundations, vii. 77-00. 

his method of procedure, vii. 78-9. 

— his reputed beneficence, vii. 79-80. 

— cruelty towards nuns, vii. 80. 

remonstrated with, concerning nuns 

of Pfullingen, by Emperor Ferdinand, vii. 
82-3. 

— answer prepared by, vii. S3-4. 

— at Diet of Ratlsbon [1556] urges re- 
moval of ' Ecclesiastical Reservation ' and 

ise of bishops from oath to Pope, vii. 
98. 

— letter to, from Palatine Elector, vii. 98. 

— his intentions concerning 'Ecclesiasti- 
cal i: rvation ' mistrusted by Augustus, 
Elector of Saxony, vii. 99 100. 

defends himself in letter to Land- 
grave Philip of Hesse, vii. 99-100. 

— his proposal, Bbould 'Ecclesiastical 
B jervation ' remain intact, • ii. 108. 

— receives messages of friendship from 
Henry [T. ol Prance, vii. | 

— selected by Kst I ol Augsburg 



[1559] to act as one of their special 
ambassadors to Henry II. of France, vii. 
109. 

Christopher of Wiirtemberg makes difficulties, 
vii. 109. 

advises aid to Emperor Ferdinand 

against Turks out of property of Teutonic 
Order, Knights of St. John, and monas- 
teries, vii. 117. 

declines to join League of Landsberg, 

vii. 119-20. 

his distrust of the clergy, vii. 120-1. 

his arguments against ' Ecclesiastical 

Reservation,' vii. 124. 

advocates the summoning of a ' general 

Evangelical Synod,' vii. 135. 

in favour of closer union between 



Augsburg Confessionists, vii. 150. 

— demands release of Olevian and other 
Confessionists at Treves, vii. 192. 

— on 'increasing oppression of Papists,' 
vii. 206. 

— his calculations as to army at command 
of Protestants, vii. 206. 

— desire for Conference 



of Princes con- 
cerning composing of religious differences, 
vii. 213. 

— meets Duke John Frederic of Saxony 
and Elector Palatine Frederic III. at 
Hilsbach [1560], vii. 214. 

— present at Naumburg Convention, vii. 
216. 

— cherishes hopes of ' Christian agree- 
ment ' regarding politics as well as re- 
ligion, vii. 216. 

— his feelings regarding attendance at 
Council of Trent [1561], vii. 223-4. 

— on attacks made upon Naumburg 
associates, vii. 273-4. 

— joins with Elector Palatine Wolfgang 
of Zweibriicken and Margrave Charles II. 
of Baden in pointing out dangers of 
Calvinistic and Zwinglian doctrines to 
Elector Palatine Frederic III., vii. 323-4. 

— convenes religious Conference at Maul- 
bronn [1564], vii. 325. 

issues report of Conference, vii. 325. 

— declares himself strengthened in own 
creed, vii. 325-6. 

— denounces Heidelberg doctrine of 
' Sacrament,' vii. 326-7. 

— receives letter from Maximilian II. 
recognising Augsburg Confession, vii. 332. 

— asain endeavours to persuade Pro- 
testant Princes and Electors to urge 
clangers of Calvinism on Elector Palatini' 
Frederic III., vii. 340. 

— urges Maximilian II. to remonstrate 
again with Elector, vii. 341. 

— commended by Maximilian for care 
with which protected his lands against 
Calvinism, vii. 341-2. 

— receives letter from Count Palatine 
Wolfgang concerning religious position of 
Elector Palatine Frederic III., vii. 343. 

— summons Lutheran Princes to unite 
for protection of true faith against 
Zwinglianism, vii. 343-4. 

— his fear that schism might break out 
at Diet of Augsburg [1566] anion^t 
Augsburg Confessionists, vii. 348. 

is advised by his theologians to lit 

others take initiative in occasioning 
breach between Elector Palatine Frederic 
III. and other Protestant Estates, vii. 
348-9. 

— indignant with Elector Palatine 

lerlo ill's chaplain's attack on 
of * B >! Pros im .' \ ii. '!.">2. 



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INDEX 



Christopher of Wiirtemberg on action of 
Imperial Cities regarding Ecclesiatstical 
Reservation, vii. 357. 

summoned by Maximilian II. at Diet 

of Augsburg [1566] to consult as to re- 
ligious position of Elector Palatine 
Frederic III., vii. 365. 

appears at Diet as opponent to, vii. 

367. 



— insists on form of Confession being 
presented to Elector Frederic III., vii. 372. 
instigates an agreement among various 



Princes for mutual aid in event of their 
being attacked by Grumbach and his 
associates, vii. 385. 

— letter to, from Duke Albert of Bavaria 
regarding Grumbach, vii. 385. 

— misinforms King Charles IX. of France 
as to intentions of Protestant German 
Princes towards Huguenots, viii. 3. 

■ withholds his consent to plot to assas- 



sinate Francis, Duke of Guise, viii. 7. 

Catherine de' Medici proposes to make 

$' Governor-General of France, viii. 8. 

rejects the offer, viii. 8. 

concludes treaty with Prince de Condi? 



at Amboise [1563], viii. 8. 

— on slack morals of William of Nassau, 
Prince of Orange, viii. 15. 

— attends assembly at Maulbronn [1567], 
and aids in endeavour to form alliance 
between Protestant Estates and France, 
viii. 39. 

— in pay of France, viii. 47, 48. 
• invited by Duke Albert V. of Bavaria 



to join League of Landsberg, viii. 63. 

— commissions James Andrea, to bring 
about harmony among Evangelicals, viii. 
170. 

— receives letter from Emperor Maxi- 
milian II. concerning Council of Trent, 
viii. 295. 

— his death [1568], viii. 346. 

— work by Hieronymus Rauscher attack- 
ing Catholic converts dedicated to, x. 91. 

— adds new wings to old Castle [after 
1553], x. 132-3, 133 (n. 1). 

■ sumptuous decorations, etc., of, xi. 



133. 



impoverishment caused by, xi. 133. 
— book in praise of Princes, dedicated to, 
by Matthiam Holzwart von Harburg 
[1568], xi. 312-4. 
■ undertakes germanisation of Trench 



Amadis romances, xii. 220, 220 (n. 1). 

— and national education and his school 
ordinance [1559], xiii. 43, 43 (n. 3). 

— appoints Michael Toxites ' arch-peda- 
gogue ' of whole country [1556], xiii. 64. 

— Church regulations of [1559], provisions 
for education in, xiii. 106-7, 107 (n. 1). 

— his disillusionment regarding Tubingen 
University, xiii. 311, 311 (n. 3). 

issues regulations for discipline 

of students, xiii. 311-2, 312 (n. 1). 

• his visit to, and censure of the 



authorities [1565], xiii. 312-3, 312 (n. 2), 
313 (n. 1). 

— renewed complaints of, as to disorderly 
living at Tubingen University [1583], xiii. 
313. 

— takes Michael Schiitz under his pro- 
tection, xiii. 353-4. 

— his Ordinances for Tubingen Uni- 
versity, xiv. 219. 

censorship of Press by [1557], xiv. 505, 



505 (n. 3). 

— his efforts towards expulsion of Jews 
from Empire, xv. 57, 57 («. 3). 



Christopher of Wiirtemberg on ordinance for 
tailor's trade at Stuttgart [1567], xv. 
115-6, 116 (n. 1). 

game laws issued by [1551, 1554], xv. 

221, 221 (n. 3). 
■ takes charge of Philip of Hesse's son 



Ludwig, xv. 250, 250 (n. 3). 

— his intemperance, xv. 250-1. 

— his trouble over drinking habits of his 
sons, xv. 251, 251 (n. 2). 

— interest paid by, on his father's debts, 
xv. 321. 

— ■ his own extravagant expenditure, xv. 
321. 



• his application to Councillors for pay- 
ment of his debts and increased supply of 
money, xv. 321-2, 322 (w. 1). 

— reply received by, xv. 322, 322 (n. 2). 
• a proportion of debts taken over by 



State [1565), xv. 322, 322 (n. 3). 

— on neglect of the poor, xv. 459. 

— his ordinance for public safety ri556], 
xv. 517-8, 51S (n. 1). 

• on disregard of oaths, by common 



people [1565], xvi. 123, 123 (n. 2). 

funeral sermon over, xiv. 485 (n. 1). 

Christopher, Father, of Baden, xiv. 259. 
Christopher II., Margrave of Baden, ii. 31 ; 

xvi. 426. 

Baden united under, ii. 159. 

Christopher von dsr Strassen, to Elector 

Joachim II. of Brandenburg on ' League 

of Princes,' vi. 493-4. 
Christopher von Stadion, Bishop of Augsburg, 

xvi. 57. 

vacillations of, in matters of faith, v. 



306. 



184. 



on cause of licentiousness of clergy, vii. 



— supplies Michael Schiitz with means to 
attend University of Tubingen, xiii. 349. 
• befriends Caspar Bruschius, xiii. 356, 



357. 
Christopher von Waldburg, to Elector 

Palatine Frederic IV. [1606] concerning 

Bocskay's insurrection, ix. 431. 
Christopher von Wirsberg, compelled to 

raise siege of Bremen, vi. 365. 
Christopher Ernest, illegitimate son of Land- 
grave Philip of Hesse, his profligate life 

[1570], xv. 250. 
' Christus als Richter,' acted at Graz [1589], 

xiii. 196. 
' Christus fuhr gen Himmel,' hymn, xi. 259. 
' Chronica Capucinorum,' ix. 343 («. 1, 4), 

346 (n. 3), 347 (n. 2). 
' Chronica v. Ursprung, Herkommen, u. 

Taten d. uralten Teutschen,' Aventin, xiii. 

357. 
' Chronicle,' Frankfort, Lersner, vi. 35 (n. 1). 
' Chronicle of Bieber ' (in Hundsruch), on 

punishment of defaulters, i. 320. 
' Chronicle of Schwabiseh-Hall,' Herolt, iv. 

213. 
' Chronicle of Town of Gottingen,' Lezner, 

xiii. 117 (n. 2). 
' Chronicle of Town of Wolfenbiittel,' xiii. 122. 
' Chronicle of Ursperg,' i. 150. 
' Chronicle of Zimmern,' vi. 489, 489 (re. 2). 
' Chronicles,' Wklmann, vi. 304 (re. 2). 
' Chronicles of Alsace,' by Jacob Twinger, i. 

292. 
' Chronicles of the German Cities,' iv. 124 

(n. 3). 
« Chronicles of Koelhoff,' i. 11 (re. 1). 
' Chronicles of Limburg,' i. 83, 292. 
' Chronicles of Middle Ages,' their chief 

desire, i. 296. 
their loyali v. i. 296-7. 



Ill 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Chronicles of Nuremberg,' by Siegmund 

Meisterlin, i. 29:S-4. 
' Chronicles of Thuringia,' by Johannes 

Rothe, i. 202. 
' Chronicon Benedicto-Buranum,' Meichel- 

beck, vii. 173 (n. 2). 
1 Chronicon Carionis,' Zeigler, xiii. 461 in. 2). 
' Chronicon Svabacense,' v. Falken 

[1756], xvi. 484 (n. 4). 
' Chronik,' Falk, v. 113 (n. 2), 116 («. 1). 
' Chronik,' Jarche, v. 140 (n. 2). 
' Chronik,' Kuffenbers, v. 358 (n. 1). 
* Chronik,' Muhlhausen, iv. 174 (». 3). 
' Chronik,' Oldecop, John, of Hildesheim 

[1555], xii. 230 (n. 1), 257 (n. 2), 264 

(n. 3), 270 (n. 1) ; xv. 357, 357 (n. 2) ; 

xvi. 74 (h. 1), 454 (n. 1). 
' Chronik,' Rehtmcier, vi. 207 (». 1). 
' Chronik,' Salat, v. 137 in. 1), 358 (n. 2). 
' Chronik Friedrichs I.,' Matthias von 

fvcrnnat, xv. 426 (n. 2). 
' Chronik fur vervielfaltigende Kunst,' Count 

von Liitzow, xi. 48 (n. 3). 
' Chronik v. Berlin,' Geppert, vii. 297 («. 1). 
' Chronik v. Chemnitz,' xiii. 501 in. 2). 
' Chronik v. Fiirstenwalde,' Goltz, xvi. 110 

in. 3). 
' Chronik v. Stralsund.' Borckininn [1558], 

xvi. 107 (n. 1). 
' Chronika d. Provinz Lyffland,' Riissow, vii. 

112 (n. 3). 
' Chronika, Zeitbuch, u. Geschichtbibel,' by 

Sebastian Franck [1531], xii. 274 (n. 2) ; 

xiii. 462, 465, 465 (n. 1) ; xv. 34-5, 35 

(n. 1), 83 (n. 1 ), 140, 420, 493, 494 (n. 1). 
' Chroniken d. deutschen Stadte,' i. 11 (». 1) ; 

xiv. 792-4. 
' Chronikon Pellicans,' Riggenbaeh, xiv. 

504 {n. 2). 
' Chronique des Arts,' Camille Lemonnier, 

xi. 158 (n. 4). 
' Chronologic,' If. Hcinrich Biindeg, x. 196. 
Chroust, A., Abraham von Dohna, Leben und 

Gedicht, ix. 382 (n. 1) ; x. 544 (n. 4). 
Chrysander, xi. 252 (n. 2). 

Jahrbiicher, xi. 298 (n. 1). 

on German drama of 16th csnt., xii. 16 

in. l). 
Chryseus, John, of Allendorf, Hesse, xii. 

'.p| -3. 

— his Unjtenjel [1545], xii. 91-2 (n. 1), 
93 in. 1). 

on prevalence of drunkenness in his 

Ho/tenfel, xv. 229, 229 (n. 2). 

his Tetzelocramia, xii. 104 (n. 2). 

Chrysostom, St., x. 195, 207 ; xiii. 163, 163 

in. 1). 
Chur [town], v. 21. 

plague at [1550], xiv. 66. 

Church, Anabaptist, caricature of, xi. 74. 
Catholic, in Germany, love of Gorman 

Schoolmen for, i. 7. 
to be protected by Head of Holy 

Roman Empire, ii. 114. 

simony in, ii. 297. 

authorityof, undermining of, ii. 299-300. 

lands In niediasval Germany, i. 310-1. 

teaching and charitable institutions in 

Germany in MM'Ho Ages, ii. 292-3. 

— beginnings of schism in [1521-221. 
iii. 245-74. 

causes of distressful condition of, in 

early lflth cent., iv. 49-54. 
grievances acainst, urged nt. Diets of 

Nuremberg 1 1528 and 1524], v. 62. 
treated with open disrespect and In- 

Instioe in German principalities, v. lis. 
held ap to ridicule in (Jhristmas play 

:it Stralsund 11525], v. 1 10 



Church discipline, disappearance of, vii. 63-7. 
oppression of, by secular rulers, vii. 

255-61. 
plunder of, in 16th cent., effects of, 

xi. 5-0 ; xv. 478-92. 
increase of poverty resulting from, 

xv. 492-7. 

forlorn condition of, ix. 297-309. 

Pope Gregory XIII.'s efforts to restore, 

ix. 297-324. 
Otto Truchsess, on source of greatest 

danger in, ix. 299-301. 
dearth of priests in, and corruption of 

cathedral chapters [1588], ix. 307 (n. 1). 
immorality and heresy of canons and 

other ecclesiastics, ix. 325. 
reform introduced by students of 

German College at Rome, ix. 325-6. 
renewed activity amongst old religious 

orders, ix. 333-47. 

champions of, among secular clergy, 



xiv. 272 
— its attitude 



towards translation of 
Bible into popular languages, xiv. 395-401 
and notes sqq. 

Church, French, and Council of Trent vi. 
463 in. 1). 

Church, Gothic, at Alzey, i. 171. 

Asmushausen, i. 17 :. 

Batalha, i. 168. 

Belem, i. 168. 

Berlin, i. 170. 

Bischofshein, i. 173. 

Brandenburg, i. 170. 

Breitenau, i. 173. 

Breslau, i. 170. 

Bruch-kobel, i. 174. 

Biirgeln, i. 174. 

Burgos, i. 168. 

Cassel, i. 174. 

Cathrinhagen, i. 174. 

Connefeld, i. 174. 

Dantzic, i. 170. 

Eschwege, 1. 174. 

Frankonberg, i. 174. 

Friemen, i. 174. 

Fulda, i. 174. 



Fiirstenhagen. i. 174. 

Furstenwald, i. 1 70. 

Gardelegen, i. 170. 

Gelnhausen, i. 174. 

Gemtinden, i. 174. 

Gleiwitz, i. 170. 

Gudensber2, i. 174. 

Gustrow, i. 170. 

Haindorf, i. 174. 

Hamm, i. 171. 

Hanau. i. 174. 

Harle, i. 174. 



Havelberg, i. 170. 

Heiligengrabe, i. 170. 

Hofgeismar, i. 174. 

— Juterbogk, i. 170. 

T.iibeek, i. 170. 

Marburg, i. 174. 

Margretenhau, i. 174. 

Mollenbeck, i. 174. 

Nassenerfurt, i. 174. 

— Naumburg, i. 174. 
Neu-ruppin, i. 170, 



■■— — Neustadt-Eberswiilil s, i. 170. 

Niedcrelsungen. i. I 

Nieder-Hohne, i. 174. 

- Niederwalgern, i. 17 1 
I'elplin, i. 170. 

Petersberg, i. 174. 

I'ritzwalk. i. 170. 

— ■ — Retterode, i. 174. 
Riobi'lsdorf. i. 174. 



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INDEX 



Church, Gothic, at Rosenthal, i. 174. 

Rostock, i. 170. 

Rotenburg, i. 174. 

— Salzwedel, i. 170. 

• Schlierbach, i. 174. 

Schmalkalden, i. 174. 

Schonberg, i. 174. 

Schweinsberg, i. 174. 

— Seehausen, i. 170. 

Soden, i. 174. 

Sontra, i. 174. 

Spangenberg, i. 174. 

Spiesscappel, i. 174. 

■ Steinau, i. 174. 

Stendal, i. 170. 

Stettin, i. 170. 

■ Stralsund, i. 170. 

Stuttgart, i. 171. 

Tangermiinde, i. 170. 

■ — Thorn, i. 170. 

■ — Trendelburg, i. 174. 

Unna, i. 171. 

Vreden, i. 171. 

Wachtersbach, i. 174. 

Waldcappel, i. 174. 

Wedderen, i. 171. 

Wehrda, i. 174. 

Werben, i. 170. 

Wetter, i. 174. 

Willingshausen, i. 174. 

Wilsnack, i. 170. 

Windecken, i. 174. 

Wiamar, i. 170. 

Wittstock, i. 170. 

Wolfterode, i. 174. 

Wolmirstadt, i. 170. 

Wursthausen, i. 170. 

Ziesar, i. 170. 

Church History, the study of, at Helmstadt, 
xiv. 217, 221-2. 

absence of study of, at other Uni- 
versities, xiv. 222. 

Church of Baden-Baden, i. 171. 

Bruchsal, i. 171. 

Calcar, i. 171. 

Clausen, near Treves, i. 171. 

Cleves, i. 171. 

Coblenz, i. 171. 

Dortmund, i. 171. 

Duisburg, i. 171. 

Elten, i. 171. 

Everswinkel, i. 171. 

Heidelberg, i. 171. 

Hernsheim, near Worm?, i. 171. 

Lamdau in Palatinate, i. 172. 

■ Liesborn, i. 171. 

Linz, i. 172. 

Lippstadt, i. 171. 

Ludinghausen, i. 171. 

Meisenheim, i. 172. 

Mollenbeck, i. 171. 

Neustadt-on-the-Hardt, i. 172. 

-Nottuln, i. 171. 

Our Lady, Zurich, i. 172. 

Rauschenberg, i. 174. 

Rheine, i. 171. 

■ — Rokeskyll, near Adenau, i. 172. 

St. Goar, i. 172. 

St. Michael, Kiedrich, i. 173. 

Schwerte, i. 171. 

Simmern, i. 172. 

Sobernheim, i. 172. 

Strassburg, new : see Strasburg. 

Thami, i. 172. 

Xanten, i. 172. 

■ contribution to building fund, i. 



175. 



Church, Protestant, government, attempt to 
establish secular, iv. 61-2. 

[Cologne Book of Reform] scheme 

of, drawn up by Melanchthon and Bucer, 
suppressed, vi. 355. 

— secular, a failure, vi. 521-2. 
• service, form of, instituted in Zurich, 



v. 134. 



seizure of property by, and state of 

confusion and disorder in [1543], vi. 214-6, 
215 (». 1, 2). 

— want of unity in, vii. 4, 9-28. 
■ Zwinglian caricature of [1587], xi. 



74. 

Church Ordinance of Elector Augustus of 
Saxony and its limitations of exegetical 
study [1580], xiv. 200-1, 201 («. 1). 

of Magdeburg, vii. 283. 

of Nassau [1609], xiv. 450 (n. 2). 

placed under State control, v. 33. 

property, confiscation of, effort to 

justify, v. 47 ; vi. 48. 

regulations of Elector Palatine Fred- 
eric III., vii. 348. 

■ Lutheran, caricature of [1587], xi 



64 



74. 
' Church (the) and Churches,' by Dollinger, 

iii. 177. 
' Church Writers,' by J. Trithemius, i. 114. 
Churches, exemption from private warfare, 

ii. 147. 
Churches, German, i. 164. 

profusion of monuments in, xi. 118-9. 

■ Jesuit Renaissance, xi. 121-3. 

Lutheran, burnt by order of Ivan the 

Terrible, vii. 113. 

of Alsatia, i. 174. 

of Kaisersberg, i. 174. 

of Middle Ages, also Museums of Art. 

i. 180. 
— — - of Rappoltsweiler, i. 174. 

Territorial, origin of, v. 27-58. 

formation of new, and their influence 

on the people, v. 79-126. 
visitation of, report of [1556], vii. 

(n. 1). 
' Church, The, and Churches,' Dollinger : see 

' Kiroiie und Kirohen,' Dollinger. 
' Chymische Hochzeit Christiani Rosenkreutz ' 

[ = Chemical Wedding Feast of Christian 

Rose-Cross] [1616], xiv. 9. 

reputed author of, xiv. 9, 9 (n. 1). 

probable author of, xiv. 9, 9 (n. 2). 

Chytraeus, David, Lutheran theologian and 

professor of theology at Rostock [died 

1600], vii. 51 ; ix. 390 (n. 2) ; xiii. 338. 

draws up ritual [1568], viii. 303-4. 

appealed to by Estates for aid in 

bringing order into Church affairs [1573], 

viii. 375. 
consults with deputies from Estates, 

viii. 375. 

his views, viii. 375-6. 

sent for to organise Chivrch-system in 

Styria [1573], viii. 376 (n. 1). 
attends Torgau Convention [1576], viii. 

406. 
attends Bergen Convention [1577], 

viii. 412. 
his description of want of harmony 

amongst those attending, viii. 412. 
declines to be considered one of com- 
posers of Book of Torgau or Formula of 

Concord, viii. 412 (w. 3). 

his views regarding ' Religious Peace," 



Zug, i. 172. 



Church, Protestant, the. 



ix. 208-9. 

— as historian, xiii. 439 (n. 1). 

— his Oratio de rutione studii theol. [1560], 
xiii. 340 (». 1). 



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Chytraeus, Dav id, his Setve Suchsen-Chronik 

(1598] xiv. 69 (n. 2). 
encourages studv of Aristotle at Ros- 

toek [1530-1600], x'iv. 132. 
his warning against Raniistic philo- 
sophy, xiv. 136, 136 (n. 1). 
friend of Melanehthon and supporter of 

his teachings at Eostock [1551-1600], xiv. 

168-9. 
— his moderation, xiv. 169, 169 (n. 1). 

as exegetist, xiv. 209-10. 

his Opera exegetica [1590-92], xiv. 209- 

10, 210 (n. 1). 
Chytraeus, Grape, xiii. 300 (n. 1). 
Chvtraeus, Krabbe, vii. 51 (w. 1), 334 (n. 1) : 

ix. 209 (n. 1) ; xvi. 107 (n. 3). 
Chytraeus, Nathan [Hellenist], professor at 

Rostock and rector at Bremen [1598], 

xiii. 338. 
on effect of decline of home-education 

in Germany [1578], viii. 340-1. 
■ on admirable discipline maintained in 

Jesuit schools [1578], xiii. 132. 
on causes of depravity among students, 

xiii. 300-1, 301 (n. 1). 
his report on University to Duke 

Ulrich of Wurtemberg [1581], xiii. 302, 

302 (n' 2). 
Cicero, xii. 299 (n. 1) : xiii. 162. 

Letters, xiii. 152. 

Be Oratore, xiii. 152. 

he Offlciis, xiii. 152. 

Rhetoric, Commentary on, by Michael 

Schiitz, xiii. 353. 
Cilli, ix. 412. 
settlement of Order of Capuchins in 

[1600-15], ix. 414. 
Circle, Burgundian : see Burgundian Circle. 
Franconian, complaints of Knights of. 

concerning niin caused by preservation of 

wild game [1593], xv. 206, 206 («. 3). 

Rhenish, ix. 61. 

Circumstances, External, influence of, on 

Internal Conditions, iv. 1-14. 
Cisner, Nicholas, jurist and professor at 

Heidelberg [1583], and student of German 

history, xiii. 422, 422 (n. 2). 
Cistercians, Bavarian, ix. 335. 
their labours in defence of Catholic 

Church, xiv. 249. 
Citardus : see Cittardus. 
Cities belonging to Teutonic Order, ii. 132. 
Cities, free [=imperial], their importance in 

Middle Ages, ii. 127-32. 
idea of unity of the Empire, kept 

up by them, ii. 127-8. 
become centres of civilisation and 

commerce, ii. 128. 

' the nerves of Germany,' ii. 128. 

— their progress, ii. 128. 
■ foundation of their liberty the same, 



ii. 129. 



local laws and institutions varied 

according to requirements, ii. 129. 

their government, ii. 130-1. 

guilds in, ii. 180. 

— intrigues of, with Francis I., iv. 12. 
■send envoys to confer with Chi 



V., iv. 15-18. 
decline 



to consent to Imperial 
Customs duty, iv. 16. 

petit ion for the election of Archduke 



Ferdinand as King Oi Koine, iv. 16. 

■rapid advance of ' New Faith' in, 



Iv. 57. 



disputations held in, iv. 60-1. 
their genera] Indifference to religion, 



Iv. 62 
dlssat Isfaction 



their contributions to Smalcaldic War, vi. 
333-4. 

Cities, free, dissatisfaction as to conduct of 
war, vi. 335-6. 

at Diet of Augsburg [1547] advise 

summoning a ' religious conference ' or a 
national council, for the settlement of 
religious questions, vi. 385. 

decide to join alliance between Pro- 
testant Union and States-General and to 
contribute to funds, x. 590. 

opposition to, of Nuremberg coun- 
cillor, x. 590-1. 

— progress of Zwinglianism in, x. 143. 
spread of Anabaptist teachings 



among, v. 158-9. 
list of — 



Aix-la-Chapelle, ii. 128. 

Augsburg, ii. 129. 

Basle, ii. 128. 

Bern, ii. 128. 

Boffingen, ii. 129. 

Bremen, ii. 129. 

Cambrai, ii. 129. 

Colmar, ii. 128. 

Cologne, ii. 128. 

Constance, ii. 129. 

Deventer, ii. 129. 

Donauworth, ii. 129. 

Dortmund, ii. 129. 

Erfurt, ii. 129. 

Esslingen, ii. 129. 

Frankfort, ii. 128. 

Goslar, ii. 129. 

Groningen, ii. 129. 

Halle, ii. 129. 

Hamburg, ii. 129. 

Heilbronn, ii. 129. 

Herford, ii. 129. 

Kaufbeuren, ii. 129. 

Kempten, ii. 129. 

Liibeck, ii. 129. 

Mayence, ii. 128. 

Memmingen, ii. 129. 

Metz, ii. 129. 

Miihlhausen, ii. 129. 

Nordhausen, ii. 129. 

Nordlingen, ii. 129. 

Nuremberg, ii. 129. 

Nymwegen, ii. 129. 

Ratisbon, ii. 129. 

Ravensberg, ii. 129. 

Reutlingen, ii. 129. 

Rottweil, ii. 129. 

St. Gall, ii. 129. 

Schaffhausen, ii. 129. 

Spires, ii. 128. 

Strasburg, ii. 128. 

Toul, ii. 129. 

Ueberlingen, ii. 129. 

Dim, ii. 129. 

Verdun, ii. 129. 

Weil, ii. 129. 

Wimpfen, ii. 129. 

Worms, ii. 128. 

Zurich, ii. 128. 
Cities, mediaeval, landed property of, i. 338. 

horticulture in, i. :;:'.'.) 40. 

communaldistrictsbelongingto,i.337. 

of Germany, freedom in, ii. 61. 

subject to princely authority, burgher 

atmosphere in, ii. 181 2. 

under Episcopal government — 



among, concerning 



Bamberg, ii. 32. 
Coblenz, ii. 32. 
iiL r , ii. 32. 
Halberstadt, ii. 82. 
Hildeshelm, ii. 82. 
lobnr '. ii. 82. 



II I 



INDEX 



Cities, mediaeval, under Bp'.scopal govern- 
ment — 

Min den, ii. 32. 
Minister, ii. 32. 
Osnabriiek, ii. 32. 
Paderborn, ii. 32. 
Passau, ii. 32. 
Soest, ii. 32. 
Treves, ii. 32. 
Wiirzburg, ii. 32. 
Cittardus, Matthew, Court preacher to 

Emperor Maximilian II., vii. 337, 351. 
delivers harangues against Calvinist 

doctrines, vii. 351. 
Ein Christl. trostl. Prediqt uber d. fiir- 

(jeslelllen Leiche d. Kaysers Ferdinandi, 

Bl. 2», viii. 294 (n. 1). 
preaches against theory that at death 

men ceased to be in Eine Christlichc 

trostliche Predigt uber dem Evangelico von 

dem erweckten Jilngling, etc. [1564], viii. 

298-9, 299 (n. 1). 
Claassen, John, J. Bohme, xiv. 8 (n. 1). 
Claessens, Peter [Dutch artist], xi. 156, 150 

(n. 3). 
' Clag eines einfaltig Klosterbruders,' iv. 50-1, 

50 (n. 1), 51 (n. 1), 147, 147 (n.), 148 

(n. 1). 160, 160 (n. 1), 162, 162 (n. 1), 163. 
Clajus, John, preacher at Bendeleben [15921, 

on Luther's mastery of the German 

language, xiv. 409, 409 (n. 1). 
his grammar introduced into Catholic 

schools, xiv. 414 (n. 1). 

Wiilcker, xiv. 409 («. 1). 

Clammer, Balthasar, ambassador of Duke 

Ernest of Luneburg to Congress of Frank- 
fort, vi. 37, 37 (n. 1). 
Clarenbach, Adolf, xvi. 320 (n. 2). 
on cause of decline of education [1527], 

xiii. 25. 25 (n. 3). 
Clams, Julius, xvi. 197. 
Classen, Micyllus, xiii. 273 («. 2), 274 (». 1), 

333 (n. 4). 
Classic Comedies, acting of, in Middle Ages, 

i. 283. 
Classics, ancient, benefits to be derived from 

study of, iii. 1-7. 
Claus-Buch : see Narr, Claus. 
Clausen, near Treves, i. 171. 
resolutions of provincial Diet at Inns- 
bruck proclaimed at, iv. 337. 
Clauser, Conrad, pleads for restoration of 

schools and academies [1554], xiii. 26. 
Clavert, Hans [ = Brandenburg Eulen- 

spiegel], his Werckliche Eislorien [=True 

Tales] [1587], xii. 185-6, 186 (n. 1). 
' Clavis ScripturaB sacrae,' Flacius Elyricus 

[1567], xiv. 210, 210 (n. 4). 
Clavius, mathematician, astronomer, etc., of 

Bamberg, xiii. 478. 
his edition of Euclid [1574], xiii. 478-9, 

479 (n. 1). 
' Cleansing of the Churches,' pamphlet by 

Carstadt, iii. 257-8. 
' Clear-toned trombone of Strasburg, the,' 

Geiler von Kaisersberg, i. 127. 
Cleen, Dietrich von, Grand Master, iv. 274. 
Clemen, Ein/iihrung der Reformation zu 

Lemgo, xii. 332 («. 2). 
Clement III., Pope, ii. 77 (n.). 
Clement IV., Pope, picture of, exhibited by 

Luther, viii. 94. 
Clement V., Pope, absurd tales concerning, 

x. 30. 
Clement VII., Pope, v. 440 ; ix. 110; xiii. 430. 

letter from Charles V. to, iv. 13. 

— —calls on powers to suspend hostilities, 

iv. 13. 
complains of Lutheran tendencies of 



Augsburg, .Nuremberg, and Strasburg, iv. 

16-17. 
Clement VII. sends Campeggio to Germany 

concerning crusade and complaints against 

papacy, 

dispatch to Campeggio, iv. 33 (n. 1). 

his instruction to Nuncio, iv. 39 (n. 1). 

protests against appointment of Court 

of Jurisdiction at Spires, iv. 42. 

his desire for peace, v. 7-8, 8 (n. 4). 

his distrust of Charles V., v. 9. 

enters into league with Francis I., 

Francis Sforza, Venice, and Florence 

against Charles V., v. 9-10. 
endeavours to justify himself to Charles 

V., v. 11. 
promises support to William of Bavaria 

in his aspirations towards Imperial 

Crown, v. 23. 
authorises ratification of League of 



Cognac, v. 188. 
— dispatches Cardinal to Emperor to 
treat for general peace, v. 188. 
— mind of, diverted from peace by 



Francis I., v. 189. 

— concludes truce with Lannoy, Viceroy 
of Naples, v. 189-90. 

— seeks to renew league with France, 
England, and Venice, v. 190. 

— taken prisoner, v. 191. 

— receives restitution of spiritual and 
temporal power, v. 196. 

— concludes treaty with Emperor [1527], 
v. 196. 

• declines to make war on Charles V., v. 



197. 

— ■ — letter to Governor of Piacenza, v. 197. 
returns to Rome at request of Charles 

V., v. 197. 
— — sends legate to Diet of Spires, v. 197. 
expresses willingness to aid Germany 

against the Turks, v. 203. 
interview with Emperor Charles V. at 

Bologna, v. 238, 303. 
bestows Imperial Crown on Charles 

V., v. 238. 
at Bologna granted Emperor's wish to 

summon General Christian Council, v. 319. 
hesitates as to the summoning of, v. 

319, 320. 
announces his intention of convoking 

General Christian Council [1530], v. 321. 
averse to resort to arms in aid of 

Catholic Cantons, v. 360. 
congratulates Catholic Cantons on con- 
clusion of peace, v. 360. 
begs Emperor not to break off negotia- 
tions with Protestants, v. 333. 
on cause of delay in summoning 

' General Council,* v. 388 (ra. 1). 
his contributions to campaign against 

Turks [1532], v. 390, 390 (n. 1). 
begs Zapolya to come to understanding 

with Ferdinand, v. 434-5. 
praises Charles V. for efforts in cause of 

peace, v. 444. 
conduct regarding religious schism in 

Germany, v. 515 (n. 4). 
proposals for ' General Council ' sug- 
gested by, v. 513. 
— — letter of, to Ferdinand, v. 515 (n. 2). 
fear of proceeding with Council, V. 

515-6. 

testimony to Charles V., v. 516. 

did he absolve Francis I. from oaths 

taken at Madrid, v. 545 (Appendix, Note I. 

p. 10). 
presents John Cochlaeus with Canonry 

at St. Victor, xiv. 281. 



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Clement VII., d 1534], v. 516. 

Clement VIII., Pope [1592-1605], xi. 245; 

xiv. 4:;7 I 
promises to contribute towards war 

against Turks [1593], ix. 187, 187 (n. 4), 

199-200. 
endeavours to organise anti-Turkish 

league, ix. 187. 
urges on Catholic Estate the necessity 

for united opposition to Turkish power 

[1594], ix. 18S. 
mediates between France and Spain 

for conclusion of peace [1598], ix. 235. 
his efforts to form league of all 

Christian States against Turks from 1596 

onwards, ix. 235-6. 
persuades Henry IV. of Prance to join 

league [1598], ix. 236. 
bewails fall of Kanizsa into hands of 

Turks, ix. 269. 
accused by Brocardo Baronio with in- 
trigues against Protestants and general 

massacre of heretics, ix. 432-3. 
declared by Samuel Huber to be a 

'devil incarnate,' x. 21. 
publishes Ccerimoniale Episcoporum 

[1600], xi. 249 (re. 1). 
Clement of Rome, his teachings regarding 

doctrines of justification and repentance 

de lared False by Flacius, x. 10. 
Clement, Jacques, assassinator of King 

Henry III. of France, x. 383, 395. 
Clemente, de S., ix. 194 (n. 2). 
Clemente, Don Guillen de, on low esteem in 

which King of Spain and his forces were 

held in 1594, ix. 196 (». 3). 
' Clementine Academy,' Prague, founded 

[1556], xiii. 212, 212 (re. 1). 
its constitution, xiii. 212, 212 

[n. 2, 3). 
Clempin, xv. 29. 

Clenck, Professor Rudolf, xiv. 306. 
— — ■ lecturer on theology at Ingolstadt, 

xiv. 341. 
his writings on celibacy, marriage, 

I i I ideation, and confession, xiv. 341, 

342 (re. 1). 
his bequests to library at Ingolstadt 

University, xiii. 387. 
Cleovitius, Wilhelm, vii. 399 (n. 1). 
Clergy, German, indebtedness of printing to, 

i. 17 (n.). 

of Middle Ages, ii. 294-9. 

Catholic, popular demand that they 
ii Id be deprived of their wealth, iv. 

156. 
deiinal of, to reduce expenditure, iv. 

166. 
inferior, their attitude towards peasants' 

rising, iv. 179-80, 180 (n. 2). 

need for reform of, vii. 253-60. 

profligacy and extravagance of, in 

i ermany, ix. 372. 
those among, to encourage persecution 

of witches by their writings, xvi. 396, 

396 (n. 3, 4, 5). 

-sermons in favour of, xvi. 396, 396 



(». 6 

Clergy, Protestant, exempted from attend- 
ance on plague patients among the poor, 
xiv. 101, 101 (n. 1). 

married, Protestant aversion to, xiv. 

478-sl, 47'J (re. 1). 

disadvantages under which their 

wives ami children labour (d, xiv. 479. 

command for th ir protect ion issued 

by John George, Elector oi Brandenburg 
,:], xiv. 17'.), 479 fn. 3). 

and their efforts to suppress anti- 



pathetic writings, xiv. 506, 506 (re. 3), 

507 (re. 1). 
Clergy, Protestant, immorality among, xvi. 

147, 147 (re. 3). 
Clerval, lordship of, v. 407. 
Cleverland, portentous births in [1555], xii. 

239. 
Cleves, ii. 159 ; vi. 92 ; ix. 60. 

church at, i. 171. 

wages of labourer in, i. 349-50. 

treatment of Doctor of Law at, ii. 173. 

merged with four other States into 

principality, ii. 159. 
— — witch-burning in [1535], xvi. 301, 301 

(re. 3). 
Cleves, Anne of, marriage of, with Henry VIII. 

dissolved, vi. 240. 
C13V3S, duchy of, cities of, and Hanseatic 

League, ii. 48. 
invaded by army under Francis of 

Mendoza and Count Frederic Berg, ix. 

238-9. 

invaded by Dutch, ix. 239. 

— - country devastated, ix. 239. 
■ two towns in, retainsd by Mendoza 



upon his retreat into Holland, ix. 244. 
Court of, increased strength ot 

Catholic party at, ix. 351. 
agitation amongst Protestant Princes 

at, ix. 351-7. 
appointment of Mass-priests in, ix. 

353. 
invaded by Prince Maurice of Orange 

[1614] with Dutch army, x. 570. 

• aggressions of States-General in 



lm- 
16 



[1616], x. 580 

portents in [1555], xii. 268, 268 (n. 1). 

Cleves, Dukes of : see William of Jiilich- 

Gleves and John, Duke of Cleves. 
Cleves, Sibylla of, vi. 250. 
Cleves-Guelders, Joachim of Brandenburg 

supports Emperor in matter of, vi. 155. 
Climatic conditions, extraordinary, in 1585 

and 1595, xiv. 76-9, 78 (re. 1). 
Clissa, fall of, into Turkish hands [1537], v. 

446. 
' Cloaciani,' the, x. 339. 
Cloister of St. Anna, Liibeck, i. 27. 
Cloisters, plundered by Hussites, iv. 124. 

visitation of, in Austria, xvi. 67-73. 

Cloth, English, increased demand for, xv. 

15-16, 16 (n. 1, 2). 
manufacturers, German, their 

poverished condition, xv. 15-16, 

(n. 1, 2). 
and clothshearers, quarrels between, 

xv. 113. 
their hours of labour in Nuremberg, 

xv. 126, 126 (n. 4). 
Clottn, x. 318, 318 (n. 1). 
Clothshearers and Cloth Manufacturers, 

quarrels between, xv. 113. 
Cloth-trade, English, its capture of the 

German market, xv. 14, 14 (n. 3). 
Clouds, Aristophanes, xiii. 170 (n. 1). 
Clubs, journeymen's, ii. 24-7 ; xv. 123. 

their d scline, xv. 128, 123 (n. :\). 

Cludius, Andrea, profes.sor of law at Helm- 

stadt, xiii. 399. 
Clumparts, Albert (Carmelite), his work on 

Peter Lombard [1585], xiv. 359 (re. 2). 
Clus, monastery of, glass-staining at, i. 211. 
Clusius, Karl, Netherland zoologist and 

botanist, xiii. 525-9, 535, 535 (n. 1). 
his valuable contributions to botanv, 

xiii. 525-6. 

as zoologist, xiii. 520 (re. 1). 

travels through I'yrenean pcnlusula 

I I :><■>! 65], xiii. 526. 



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INDEX 



Clusius, Karl, travels through Pyre - iean 
peninsula, his botanical collection from, 
•ind the wondcits to [published 1576], xiii. 
526, 526 (n. 2). 

appointed Court botanist at Vienna by 

Emperor Maximilian II. [1573], xiii. 526. 

travels through Nether Austria, the 

Alps, and parts of Hungary and Croatia, 
xiii. 526. 

brings back plants for cultivation 

and introduces the centifolious rose, the 
horse-chestnut, and potatoes into Vienna, 
xiii. 526. 

publishes illustrated book on his botani- 
cal discoveries [1583], xiii. 526-7, 527 (w. 1). 
• the number of his scholastic and scien- 



tific friends, xiii. 527 (n. 1). 

— leaves Vienna for Frankfort-on-the- 
Main[1587], xiii. 527. 

— enters into close relations with Land- 
grave William IV. of Hesse, xiii. 527. 

is assigned, by William IV., an 

allowance to enable him to devote the 
whole of his time to science, xiii. 528. 

— his garden at Vienna, xiii. 533, 533 (n. 2). 

— his efforts at domesticating Alpine and 
other foreign plants, xiii. 533. 

■ as Alpine climber [1573-88], xiii. 545-6. 



Coal-heavers of Dantzic, contribution towards 
St. Mary's Church, ii. 33. 

Coblentz, ii. 32 ; vi. 98 ; ix. 45, 419. 

church at, i. 171. 

— — insurrection of peasants in, iv. 282. 

surrender of, by Abp. of Treves, de- 
manded by Margrave Albert of Branden- 
burg-Culmbach, vi. 490. 

Jesuit school founded at [1582], ix. 

313, 313 (n. 2) ; xiii. 140, 140 (n. 3). 

number of pupils attending Jesuit 



gymnasium at [1581], ix. 314. 
Egyptian Joseph, acted by Jesuit pupils 

at, before Elector John VII. of Treves 

[1585], xiii. 195, 195 (n. 2). 
Diet of Protestant Estates at [1599], ix. 

244. 
resolution at, to enforce Imperial de- 
crees against belligerents, ix. 244. 

zeal of ' Germanikers ' in, ix. 326. 

Jesuit devotion during plague at,ix. 330. 

Jesuit Church at, rich ornamentation 

in, xi. 123. 
Coblentz, Gertrude von, Superioress of 

Augustinian Convent of Vallendar, i. 82. 
Coburg, vii. 379. 
meeting of Congress of League of 

Smalcald at [1537], vi. 13. 

resolutions passed at, vi. 13—14. 

agreed to at Congress at Brunswick 

[1588], vi. 14. 
preachers at, admonished by Melanch- 

thon, v. 96 (n. 2). 

demand severer 



measures against 



witches, xvi. 404, 515-6, 516 (n. 1, 2). 

— protest of the lawyers, xvi. 516. 

— apparition of the devil at, xii. 316. 
- Protestant Pedagogium founded 



at 



[1605], xiii. 90. 

ordinance for gymnasium of, xiii. 95, 

95 (n. 4). 

religious dissensions in schools at, xiii. 

113. 

Gerhard appointed Superintendent- 
General at [1615-16], xiv. 171. 

lawyers attacked by preachers, for 

shortening hours of torture, xvi. 404-5. 

Prince of, vi. 437. 

Coccius, Jodocus, Jesuit canon at Jiilich 
[1618], xiv. 346-7, 347 (». 1). 

Coccius, Ulrich, xii. 14 (n. 1). 



Cochern, Caspar Herber von, on execution 
of a murderer [1581], xii. 272. 

' Cochlaeus,' Gess, xiv. 327 (w. 1). 

Cochlaeus, John, president of School of St. 
Lorenz, Nuremberg, and private secretary 
to Duke George of Saxony, i. 82 ; v. 553 
(Appendix, Note XVII.); xii. 58, 61, 
67 (n. 1) ; xiii. 456, 458 (». 3) ; xiv. 
276 (». 2), 277-85, 292, 297. 

Latin Grammar by, i. 24. 

book on music by, i. 251-2. 

on preaching, i. 39. 

his publication of school-books in 

collaboration with Kress and Pirkheimer, 
i. 80. 

letter to Pirkheimer, on Layers, ii. 177. 

criticism of Maximilian I., ii. 205. 

bemoans the neglect of philosophy 

[1512], iii. 27-8. 

on waning popularity of humanistic 

studies, iii. 38. 

proposes public disputation to Luther, 

iii. 194. 

questions outcome of Luther's teach- 
ings, iii. 240. 

deplores lethargy of bishops towards 

Luther's writings, iii. 249 (n.). 

on peasant war in his Kurzer Begriff, 

iv. 345-6 ; xiii. 456. 

•to Luther on peasant war, iv. 144 



(». 1). 

letters of, vi. 49 (n. 1). 

— to, and concerning Luther [1523], 

iii. 340-2. 
and ' Confutation ' of ' Confession of 

Augsburg,' v. 258, 262. 
— — ■ on marriage of priests, v. 277-8. 
to Council of Frankfort on persecution 

of Catholics, v. 492. 
his Ein Heimlich Gespriich zwischen 

Dr. Martin Luther und seinen guten 

Freunden, etc., xii. 68-70, 69 (n. 1), 70 (n. 2), 

71 (n. 1). 
his In quatuor Andrea} Osiandri Coniec- 

turas de Fine Mundi Velitatio [1545], xii. 

261 (n. 1). 
appointed director of ' poetic school ' at 

Nuremberg [1515], xiii. 7, 7 (n. 3). 
his influence on teaching of geography, 

xiii. 7 (n. 3). 
■ Acta et Scripta Lutheri [1549], xiii. 



455, 455 (n. 2). 

• defects of this work, xiii. 457. 



his welcome to Luther and subsequent 

opposition to, xiii. 455, 455 (n. 3), 458 ; 
xiv. 278 (n. 1), 278-9. 

— his opposition to Melanchthon, xiii. 
455 (n. 3). 

— ■ his early interest in history, xiii. 455-6. 
— • his Short Description of Germany, xiii. 
456, 456 (n. 2). 

— his History of Hussites [1534], xiii. 

455 (n. 2), 456. 

— his industry, etc., xiii. 456-7, 457 (». 1). 

— his death at Breslau [1552], xiii. 457. 

— a pioneer in critical research, xiii. 

456 (n. 5). 

— his accuracy, xiii. 457-8. 

— criticisms of, xiii. 456 (n. 5), 457-8, 

457 («. 3). 

— rapid nature of his work, xiv. 280, 
281 (n. 1). 

— his zeal on behalf of old faith, xiv. 281. 

— Dean of ' Liebfrauenstift ' at Frankfort, 
xiv. 281. 

hatred felt for 



him at Frankfort 
compels him to leave [1525], xiv. 281. 
— goes first to Mayence, then Cologne, 
xiv. 281. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Cochlaeus, John, presented by Pope Clement 
VII. with canonry at St. Victor, xiv. 281. 

summoned to Dresden as successor to 

Emser, xiv. 281. 

his literary activity whilst there, xiv. 

281. 

his pamphlet against the * seven- 
headed Luther,' xiv. 281-2, 282 (n. 1, 2). 

abusive names given to, by Witten- 

bergers, xiv. 282. 

his 25 Ursachen, unter Einer Oestalts 

das Sacrament den Laien zu reichen [ = 25 
Reasons for giving the Sacrament to the 
Laity in one Form] [1529], xiv. 282. 

takes part at Augsburg in Constitution 

of the Confession [1530], xiv. 282, 282 
(n. 3). 

directs his attacks against Melanchthon 

in addition to Luther in his Philippics 
[1531-43], xiv. 282-3, 283 (n. 1). 

further literarv work, xiv. 283, 283 

(n. 1). 
■ leaves Dresden owing to death of Duke 



George [1539], xiv. 283. 

goes to Breslau as canon, xiv. 283. 

takes part in religious conferences at 

Hagenau, Worms, and Batisbon, xiv. 283. 
accepts invitation to Eichstath [1543], 

xiv. 283. 
accompanies Bishop Moritz von Hutten 

to religious conference at Batisbon [1546], 

xiv. 283. 
publishes pamphlet against Bullinger, 

On Authority of Canonical Books [15431, 

xiv. 283. 
his treatise against Melanchthon and 

the Protestant Collocutors [1546], xiv. 

284. 
his return to Breslau, and death [1552], 

xiv. 284, 284 (n. 1). 

his unsettled life, xiv. 284. 

his claims to praise and respect, xiv. 

284. 

list of writings, xiv. 284 (n. 2). 

his work as historian, xiii. 455. 

his Commenlaria, xiii. 457 (n. 3). 

his complaints as to expenses of pub- 
lication, iii. 106 ; xiv. 284-5, 285 (n. 1). 
his Hisloria M. Luthers, deutsch durch 

J. Ch. Hiiber, xiv. 282 (n. 2). 

takes refuge in Mayence, xiv. 297. 

his value to Catholic Church in Saxonv, 

xiv. 309. 

as student of philosophy, xiv. 374. 

sends copy of Emser's ' New Testa- 
ment ' to Princess Margaret of Anhalt 

[1529], xiv. 429 (n. 1). 
on effect of universal Bible-reading, 

xiv. 440. 
' Cochlaeus,' Otto, xiv. 241 In. 2), 280 (n. W 

281 (n. 1, 2). 
' Cochlaeus als Polemiker,' Spahn, vi. 

(n. 1) ; xiv. 277 (n. 2). 
Coclicus, Adrian, of Nuremberg, i. 244. 
Code, Bvzantine, ii. 163. 
' Cod. Dipl.,' Cudenus, viii. 335 (n. 3) : 

400 (n.l). 
Code, Foreign : tee Code, Boman. 
Code, German, attempt to introduce uni- 
versal, ii. 155. 

arrest in development of, ii. 172. 

dngpised by lawyers, ii. 174. 

and its relation to the Slate: see 

German Code. 
' Cod. germ.,' Munich, xiv. 262 (n. 3). 
' Code Histor. de la Ville de Strasbourg.' 

iv. 187. 
Code, .lustlnlan, monks forbidden to study 

il. 169. '' 



301 



xiv. 



Code, Justinian, Schmidt on, ii. 169 (n. 2). 

See also Code, Boman. 
Code, new, for Austrian schools, published 

[1579], viii. 383. 
Code of Church ordinances, new, to be drawn 

up for Archbp. of Cologne by Melanchthon 

and Bucer, vi. 231. 

by Simon Musaus, vii. 281. 

regulations, new Funk's, vii. 304. 

Code of ecclesiastical regulations issued by 

Joachim II. of Brandenburg, vi. 61-2. 

Luther's criticism of, vi. 62. 

' Code of Bules,' stonecutters' : see Stone- 
cutters. 
* Cod. Ottobon.,' viii. 110 (n. 1). 
Code, Boman [or Foreign], ii. 163. 

introduction of, ii. 163-88. 

in Universities and Courts of 

Justice, ii. 169-74. 

— objections to, ii. 155. 
■ influence of Justinian's work on, ii. 

Muratori on, ii. 
Schmidt on, ii. 164 (w. 1). 
Jacob Grimm on, ii. 164 (n. 2). 
opposed to spirit of German people, 



163. 



ii. 164. 



ii. 165. 



■ traditional rights not recognised by, 



views of commentators on, ii. 66. 

Hohenstaufen family in favour of, 

ii. 166. 
Frederic Barbarossa in favour of, 

ii. 166. 

■ used as weapon against Canon Law, 



ii. 166-7. 
action 



of Emperor Charles IV. in 
favour of, ii. 167. 

introduction of, by Crassus, ii. 167 



(n.l). 
167. 



III. 



favoured by Emperor Sigmund, ii. 

progress of, under Emperor Frederic 
ii. 167. 
■ clerical influence in adoption of, ii. 



169 (n. 2) 

progress of, under Emperor Maxi- 
milian I., ii. 167. 

principally taught in Italian uni- 
versities, ii. 170. 

complications of, ii. 171. 

popular dislike of, ii. 174-80. 

Princes ardent advocates of, ii. 172. 

manner in which regarded by the 

people, ii. 174. 

popular opposition to, ii. 174-80. 

representatives of, appointed as 

State officials, ii. 180-8. 

disregard of all German traditions 

by, ii. 183, 185-7. 

exclusion of peasants from tribunals 

under, ii. 183. 

did not meet necessities of German 



social conditions, ii. 183. 
doctors of, first 



appointed by 
Frederic I., Count Palatine, ii. 184. 

• social confusion created by introduc- 






tion of, ii. 185. 

no provision in, for rights of people, 

ii. 186. 



held territorial representation to be 

unnecessary in Imperial Government, ii. 
186. ►- 

held to be all-powerful 

ii. 161, 289 ; iv. 169 ; 
xiii. 417. 

increased prestige of, xi. 6-7. 

Luther's admiration for, xiii. 415. 



sovereign 

under, li. 186-8. 
its effects, 



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INDEX 



Code, Roman, Melanchthon's admiration for, 
xiii. 414,415(re. 1). 

See also Code, Justinian. 
' Cod. Vatic.,' v. 8 (re. 2). 
'Codex Augusteus' [1046-47, 1055-59], xiii. 
279 (re. 3) ; xv. 39 (re. 2), 119 (re. 3), 212 

(re. 1), 217 (n. 2, 3), 343 (re. 2), 380 (n. 2), 

407 (n. 3), 460 (re. 2), 474 («. 3), 504 (re. 1), 

520 (re. 1, 2), 521 (re. 1) ; xvi. 146 (ft. 1), 
512 (m. 4). 
' Codex Augustinus,' xv. 419 (re. 2). 
' Codex Barberini,* viii. 112 (re. 1), 113 (n. 1). 
' Codex diplomaticus Saxonice Regis,' vi. 

193 (w. 1). 
' Codex eecl. Xantensis ssec. xvii.,' ix. 238 

(w. 1). 
' Codex Trierer Sachen und Briefschaften,' 

v. 26 (w. 1), 305 (re. 1). 
Codrettus, Hannibal, Latin Grammar by, 

edited by Peter Canisius, xiv. 369. 
' Codrus,' Kerkmeister, xiii. 173 (re. 1). 
Coelde, Diedrich, of Miinster, Friar Minor at 

Cologne, i. 96. 
his catechism and admonition to 

parents, i. 25, 31-2, 45-6 ; iii. 84. 
Coelestin, Pope, ridiculous tale concerning, 

x. 29-30. 
Coelestinus, George, Provost of C611n-on- 

the-Spree, sent for to organise Church 

system in Styria [1573], viii. 376 (re. 1). 

his ostentation, viii. 376 (re. 1). 

his indignation on changes introduced 

into Luther's translation of Bible, xiv. 

445-6, 446 (re. 1). 
Coelestinus, John Frederic, attacks new 

Wittenberg catechism, viii. 175. 
Coelius, Michael, his funeral oration on 

Luther, vi. 282-3, 284 (re. 1). 
Coesfeld, i. 171. 
Melchiorites from, flock to Miinster, 

v. 459. 

increase in population of, v. 470. 

Cognac, League of, v. 9. 

terms of, v. 9-10. 

ratification of, v. 188. 

Conn, Albert, antiquary of Berlin, xvi. 441 

(re. 1). 
Cohrs, F., Johannes Toltz, ein Schullehrer 

und Prediger der Rejormationszeit, xiii. 

63 (M.2). 
Coimbra, Aristotelian commentaries by 

Jesuits of, xiv. 376, 376 (re. 2). 
Coinage, German, in 15th cent., ii. 72. 
confusion prevailing regarding, ii. 

73. 
absence of uniform and genuine 

system of, in Empire, xv. 70. 
frequent tampering with, xv. 71, 72, 

74-85. 
foreign, influx into Germany, xv. 73, 

74, 74 (re. 5), 76. 
evil effects of base, xv. 75-7, 85, 85 

(re. 2). 
rise in value of good, large coins, xv. 

84. 
Coining-dens, fraudulent, xv. 71, 71 (re. 1), 

78. 
Coire : see Chur. 
Coler, Dr. Jacob, Provost of Berlin, his 

report of simultaneous apparition of 

archangel and devil [1594], xii. 376-7, 

377 (re. 1). 
his Bericht von den vorhin unerhorten 

Wunderwercken, so sich Neulicher Zeit in 

der Mark Brandenburg Zugetragen und 

noch teglich geschahen, etc., xii. 338 (re. 3). 
Colestin, George : see Coelestinus, George. 
'ColetilX.,' xvi. 434 (re. 3). 
Coligny, Admiral, viii. 90. 



Coligny, Admiral, applies to Protestants of 
France and Germany for aid, viii. 2. 

his explanation of Huguenot plot 

against Paris, viii. 3. 

pronounced a traitor by Cardinal of 



Lorraine for bringing English troops into 
France, viii. 4-5. 

— elected general of Huguenot forces in 
place of Conde, viii. 6. 

— charged with instigating assassination 
of Francis Duke of Guise at Orleans [1563], 
viii. 7. 

denies having incited Poltrot to 

murder of Guise, viii. 7. 
declines to agree to terms of Peace 

of Amboise, viii. 10. 
reconciled to Catherine de' Medici and 



Charles IX., viii. 10. 

— his influence on rising in the Nether- 
lands, viii. 10. 

— promised support by Count Palatine 
Wolfgang of Zweibriicken, viii. 53. 

— has his headquarters at La Rochelle, 
viii. 116. 

■holds out hopes to King Charles IX. 



of aid in his enterprise against Nether- 
lands, viii. 116. 

— invited by Charles IX. to Court at 
Blois, viii. 117. 

accorded brilliant reception and 

appointed Privy Councillor to King and 
Commander-in-Chief of forces intended for 
conquest of Netherlands, viii. 117. 

his chief aim to destroy Catholic Spain. 



viii. 117-8. 

— keeps agents at Courts of Protestant 
German Princes, England, Constantinople, 
and amongst Moors of Spain, and in 
Protestant Switzerland, viii. 118. 

— high in favour of King Charles IX., viii. 



— threatens Spanish ambassador with 
death if he fails to procure release of French 
prisoners in Flanders, viii. 128. 

— urges Charles IX. to declare war against 
Spain, viii. 128-9. 

• his reasons, viii. 128-9. 



— informs Catherine de' Medici that he 
ceases to obey her commands, viii. 129. 
■ announces his intention of supporting 



Prince of Orange if necessary, in person, 

viii. 129. 
Colin, Alexander, Dutch sculptor [1562- 

1612], xi. 146 (re. 4). 

goes to Innsbruck, xi. 141, 141 (re. 2). 

hi3 work at Heidelberg and Innsbruck, 

Prague, etc., xi. 141 (re. 2). 
Colinus, Maternus, famous printing firm in 

Cologne [1555-87], xiv. 516. 
' Collationum Sacrorum libri VIII.,' Tilm. 

Bredenbach [1584-1609], xii. 245 (re. 1). 
' Collectable' taxes, i. 318. 
' Collectio August,' Mangold, ix. 314 (re. 8). 
' Collectio Script. Wirceb.,' Gropp, ix. 366 

(re. 3). 
' Collection,' Blaise de Montluc, viii. 145 

(re. 3). 
'Collection of Rare and Unprinted MSS.,' 

Senckenberg, vii. 363 (n. 1). 
« Collectors of tithes,' 310-1. 
College at Treves, as distinct from University, 

i. 87 (re. 1). 

of Electors, ix. 71. 

■ — rejects note of William of Bavaria 

submitted to Diet of Ratisbon [1541], vi. 

153. 
preponderating influence of Pro- 
testants in, vi. 153-4. 
— admission of Archbishop^ Ernest 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



.Tae. Martin 



Duke of Bavaria, into [1584-85], ix. 89 
(n. 8). 
College of Electors and their privilege of 

a-tollright, xv. 19. 
Colleges, Jesuit, Canisius resolves on founda- 
tion of, viii. 242. 

first German, viii. 242-50, 243 (n. 5). 

established in Rome for training of 

clergy [15521, viii. 262, 2G2 (n. 3). 

statutes for, drawn up by Inatius, 

viii. 262. 

mode of treating students in, viii. 262. 

at Graz : see Graz University. 

atDillingen : see DillingenUniversity. 

Colleges, States divided into three in 15th 
cent., ii. 158. 

their composition, ii. 158. 

' Collegium anticalvinianum,' 

[16 42], xiv. 188 (n. 1). 
' Collegium Aquilae,' Rostock, xiii. 301. 
' Collegium Augusti,' El< ctors of Saxony's 

Grants to, xiii. 271-2, 272 (n. 1). 
' Collegium Germanieum,' Rome, its im- 
portance as training school for Catholic 
teachers, etc., xvi. 79, 79 («. 2). 
Collegium of St. Hieronymus,' xiii. 226. 

rights and privileges of University 

bestowed upon, by Pope Julius III. and 
Emperor Charles V., xiii. 226. 

stringent regulations in, imposed 

by founder, xiii. 226. 

handed over bv Otto von Trueh- 

sess to Jesuits [1564], xiii. 226-7. 

transformed into clerical seminary 

or * convict,' xiii. 227. 

gains great distinction as nursery 

for clergymen, xiii. 227. 
Colleti, xvi. 233 (n. 1). 
Colley, viii. 380. 

Colli, Hippolyt von, ambassador of Elector 
Palatine to States-General.commissioncd to 
urge upon English and Danish ambassadors 
to aid in forwarding Protestant League, 
ix. 513-4. 
Collin, Conrad, of Ulm (Dominican), Member 
of Theological Faculty of Cologne, iii. 53-5 : 
xiv. 261, 262 (n. 1), 359. 

Reuchlin's letters to, iii. 54, 55. 

appointed professor of scholastic 

theology at Dominican Convent, Heidel- 
berg [1507], xiv. 359. 

his lectures on ' Master of Sentences ' 

[=Peter Lombard], xiv. 359. 

his exposition of the Summa Tkeo- 

logica [1512], xiv. 359, 359 (n. 1). 

publishes work on moral theology in 

1523, xiv. 365. 
Collin, Prof. Rudolf, friend of Zwingli and 
envoy of League of ' christian Co-burgi r- 
ship ' to Venice, v. 242. 

forms alliance with Michael Geismavr 

v. 242. 
Collinitius : see Tannstetter, George. 
Cblln-am-Spree, viii. 376 (n. 1) ; xv. 266. 

vineyards at, i. 841. 

' Colloquia,' Erasmus, xiii. 71-2, 72 (n. 2), 104 

(n. 1). 
' Colloquia,' Luther, xii. 283. 
Colloquy, religions, at Baden between 
James Andrea, James Eeerbrand, Johann 
Plstorlus, and Theodore Busaeus [15891 
x. 119, 120 (n. 1). 

defeat of Andrea at. x. lit). 

the astuteness shown by Pistorius, x. 



119-20. 

at Emmendii 

Margrave James, of 



120. 
• Plstorlus excluded in m 



arranged for by 

Bad'.'ii-Mix'hhi r'g 



Colloquy, religious, chief subject of discus- 
sion, x. 121-2. 

Johann Pappus and George Hanlin 

dispute at, x. 121-2. 

Ratisbon : see Ratisbon Colloquy. 

Colmar, free or imperial city, ii. 53, 128 ; v. 
227, 289 ; vi. 298 ; vii. 172 ; xiii. 249 ; 
xiv. 262. 

University, study of Hebrew in, i. 103. 

Schongauer's Madonna in, i. 201. 

studio in, i. 203-4. 

authorities of, and bakers, strife be- 
tween, ii. 27-9. 

journeymen bakers, generosity of, ii.33. 

- suppression of Catholicism in [1575], 



viii. 346. 
— plague at [1541], xiv. 65. 

[1609-11], xiv. 84, 84 (n. 2). 



x. 120 1. 



devotion of Barefoot Friars to plague- 
stricken at [1541-42], xiv. Ill, 111 (». 2). 

Augustinian convent at, xiv. 243. 

confession of child of twelve years at 

[1572], xvi. 429, 429 (n. 2). 
Colocynth [=bitter apple], abuse of, xiv. 

50-1, 50 (n. 3). 
Cologne, Archbishop of, created elector to 
German Monarchy, ii. 122. 

Archbishopric of, vi. 92. 

Protestants hope for spread of Reforma- 
tion in, vi. 293. 

raid on, by Count Palatine, John 

Casimir, feared, viii. 206. 

continued attacks upon, by Count von 

Neuenar and General Martin Schenk ix. 
140. 

Calvinistie campaign against, issue of, 

ix. 174. 

aggressions of States-General on [1616], 

x. 580. 

See also Electoral Archbishops : Adolf III., 
Count of Schauenburg ; Anton von 
Schaumburg ; Dietrich II., Count von 
Mors ; Ernest II. of Bavaria ; Ferdinand 
of Bavaria ; Frederic III., Count von 
Saarwerden ; Frederic IV., Count von 
Wied ; Gebhard von Waldburg, Truch- 
sess ; Gleichen, Christopher, Chorbisehof ; 
Hermann V., Count von Wied ; John 
Gebhard, Count von Mansfeld ; Nopel, 
Johann ; Otto von Waldburg, Truchsess ; 
Salentin, Count von Isenburg. 

Cologne Cathedral, i. 171. 

bells of, i. 194. 

stained-glass windows in, i. 212. 

chapter of, remonstrates with Arch- 
bishop Hermann of Wied, vi. 230. 

complaints made to, of pamphlet 

published against members of Smalcald 
League, vi. 231. 

called upon by I'opeGregory XIII. 

to choose a new bishop in place of the 
exeommunicated Gebhard Truchsess. ix. 
57. 

Cologne, free or imperial city, i. 295 ; ii. 128 ; 
iv. 280 ; viii. 291 ; ix.' 322 ; xi. 228 ; 
xiii. 441 ; xiv. 262. 

churches in, i. 172. 

Brothers of the Cross, Church of, i. 172. 

Friars Minor Church, i. 172. 

Holy Apostles Church, i. 172. 

Maccabees, Church of, i. 172. 

Mommersloch, Church ami Monasterv 

of, i. 172. 
— St. Apern Church and Cloister, i. 172. 

St. Catherine's Chapel, i. 172. 

St. Columba's Church, i. 172. 

St. John's Baptistery, i. 172. 

John and Cordula Church, i. 172 
st. Lawrence Church, i. 17J. 



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INDEX 



Cologne, St. Martin's Church, i. 172. 

St. Mary, Second Chapel of, i. 172. 

St. Paul's Church, i. 172. 

St. Severin's Church, i. 172. 

St. Severin, Baptistery of, i. 172. 

St. Thomas* Chapel, i. 172. 

St. Ursula's Church, i. 172. 

— Sion Church and Monastery, i. 172. 
-Weidenbaeh Brothers, Church of, 



172. 



•churches, specimens of mediaeval 



embroidery in, i. 214. 

number of printing presses in, i. 12. 

great clerical influence in, i. 95. 

Association of Stonemasons of, i. 166. 

gold and silver smith? of, i. 188. 

school of painting, i. 200 ; xi. 24, 

25 («. 2). 

representatives of, xi. 150-1. 

— — Hans Memling at, i. 200. 

glass-paintings of, fame of, i. 212. 

importance of, in 15th cent., ii. 3. 

benevolent institutions at, ii. 11. 

wages at, in 15th cent., ii. 33. 

centre of Rhenish section of Han- 

seatic League, ii. 48. 

commercial prosperity of, ii. 53, 54. 

magnificence of, in 15th cent., ii. 59. 

' sovereign ' Court at, ii. 1 46. 

estimated income of, in 1512, ii. 253. 

provincial councils of. ii. 293. 

Diet of [1505], convoked by Maxi- 
milian I., ii. 230. 
- Diet at [1512], ii. 251-3. 

■rejects proposal to form a Militia, 



ii. 251. 

States 



consent to formation of 
Imperial Council at, ii. 252. 

■ States consent to levying of tax, 



ii. 252. 

declaration of allegiance to Empire 

made at, iii. 160. 

— Diet, provincial [1583], ix. 46. 

— Diet at, for amicable adjustment of 
Jiilich disturbances [1610], x. 480. 

— poverty of [1521], iii. 166. 

— plague in, iii. 214 ; xiv. 65. 
English, in, xiv. 61 (n. 3). 

— Lutheran books burnt in, iii. 172. 

— district of, threatened by ' evangelical 
army,' iv. 278. 

- Elector of, party to • Memorandum ' 



of Mayence, v. 53. 

— Treves, Palatinate 



and Mayence, 
Electors of, alliance between, v. 173. 

— proposed assembly of general council 
at, v. 199. 

— chosen as scene of election of Ferdinand 
as King of the Romans, v. 323. 

— numbers of Anabaptists in, v. 470. 
Anabaptist emissaries sent from, to 

Miinster, v. 470. 



Hermann von Wied.Archbp. of.vi. 228. 

See also Wied, Hermann von. 
Cologne Book of Reform,* vi. 231-3. 

— disapproved of by Luther, vi. 



232. 



suppressed, vi. 355. 



Cologne suggested as place of meeting of new 

Council by Emperor Ferdinand, vii. 203. 
clergy of, letter of protection granted 

by Charles V. to, against innovations of 

Hermann von Wied, vi. 294. 

overrun by sectarians [1567], viii. 36. 

disturbances in, viii. 36. 

contributions levied on, by Prince of 

Orange for Netherland rebellion [1567], 

viii. 36. 
■ Elector of, fails to pay towards defenre 



of frontiers against Turks, etc. [1570], viii. 

100. 
Cologne, foundation of first Jesuit College laid 

at [1544], viii. 242. 
Canisius preaches in Cathedral of, viii. 

245. 
religious grievances of Protestants in, 

viii. 352. 
religious controversies in, upon election 

of Gebhard Truchsess of Waldburg as 

Archbishop, ix. 7-9. 
town council of. admonished bv 

Emperor Rudolf II. to maintain Catholic 

religion [1579], ix. 11. 
efforts made to induce town council 

to grant free exercise of Protestant re- 
ligion, ix. 11. 

■ refusal of request by Council, ix. 11. 



— war and contemplated extirpation of 
the Papacv [1582-84], ix. 42-92, 140. 
provincial Diet at [1583], to consider 



relation of counts, knights, and towns of 
Archbishopric towards apostatising 
Archbp. Gebhard Truchsess, ix. 46. 

— — Protestant Electors endeavour to dis- 
suade Estates from accepting views of 
Cathedral Chapter, ix. 46-7. 

— address petition to Emperor Rudolf 

II. on behalf of Archbp. Gebhard, ix. 47. 
■Rudolf II. encourages opposition to 



Gebhard, ix. 47. 
— imperial and papal delegates of Stadt- 
holder of Netherlands, of Alexander of 
Parma, and Duke William of Julich- 
Cleves support opposition to Gebhard, 
ix. 47. 

Cathedral Chapter bring forward their 



charges against Archbishop and lay them 
before th3 ' Estates,' ix. 47-8. 

■ demand from Estates that the 



Archbishop's subjects be released from 
their oath, ix. 48. 

— Rhenish Estates, counts, knights, and 
towns side with Cathedral Chapter and 
call upon Archbp. to abandon his illegal 
innovations, ix. 48. 

— Assistant Bishop instructed to receive 
oaths of towns of Archbishopric and defend 
rights of land against Gebhard, ix. 4S. 

•scene of, transferred to Strasburg, ix. 



174. 

— Protestants in, to be aided by Pro- 
testant League, ix. 136. 

Elector of, and candidature of Arch- 



duke Albert for imperial throne, ix. 280. 

— Caspar Gropper goes as papal nuncio 
to [1573], ix. 303. 

— permanent nunciature founded at 
[1584], ix. 303-4. 

— first German Jesuit school at [1544], 



xiii. 137. 

one of three town gymnasia 

handed over to [1556], xiii. 137, 137 (n. 3). 
■ — subjects of instruction, xiii. 139. 
■ number of pupils attending, xiii. 



139-40, 140 (n. 1). 
— ■ school regulations in [1560-61], xiii. 
139 (n. 2). 

— plans of study, xiii. 140 (n. 1). 

— Jesuit gymnasium at, and its crowded 
classes [1577], ix. 314 ; xiii. 256, 256 
(n. 2). 

Statuten vom Jahre 1578, xm. 

256 (n. 1). 
■ ' Marian Congregation ' founded at 



[1575], by Francis Koster, ix. 318-9. 

-the number of its students, ix. 319. 



heresy among canons of, ix. 325. 
zeal of ' Germanikers ' in, ix. 326. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



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i/-^ 



Cologne, self-sacrificing labours of Jesuits in, 

;it timo of plague, ix. 329 ; xiv. 113-4. 

Carthusians of, fame of, ix. 338. 

Councillors of, requested by ' P<> 

sioners ' of Jiilich-Cleves to recognise 

them as rightful heirs and protectors of 

the town [1610], x. 568. 
watch proceedings of ' Possessionem ' 

with suspicion, and take alarm at their 

plan of fortifying and enlarging district 

of Muhlheim [1612], x. 568-9. 

address protest to Emperor, x. 569. 

portents at, xii. 261. 

parion and Abbey schools at, xiii. 140, 

140 (n. 2). 
effect at, of plav relating to St. Cecilia 

[15S1], xiii. 19?, 193 (». 3). 
publication of books on Church history 

at [1530-51. 1567, 1613], xiii. 401. 
a chief printing place of Jesuits, xiv. 

333, 347 (n. 2). 
maintains position as centre of printing 

and publishing trade, xiv. 515, 515 (n. 3). 
becomes stronghold of Catholic 

activity, xiv. 515. 

— its leading booksellers, xiv. 515-6. 

— town council of, accused of letting faise 
coiners escape from justice [1582], xv. 88, 
88 (n. 2). 

— expulsion of beggars and loafers from 
[1446], xv. 432. 432 (n. 2). 

— rules for regulation of charity at 
hospital in [1450], xv. 436-7. 

charitable houses of ' Alexians ' at, 

xv. 437. 

— Provincial Svnod, for care of poor 
[1536], xv. 448-9, 449 (n. IK 

— reports of Papal Nuncio of, xvi. 81, 81 
(»• 2). 

decree of Provincial Council of, con- 
cerning charges of witchcraft [1536], xvi. 
434 (n. 3). 

comparative freedom from persecution 

of witches in, xvi. 448-9, 449 (n. 1). 

Cologne Bible [1480], i. 58-9 : xiv. 388 (n. 3), 
390, 394, 394 (n. 2). 

the publisher on, i. 58-9. 

its merits, xiv. 391. 

' Cologne Censure,' the, \. 215, 215 (n. 4, 5, 6). 

Cologne University, xiii. 254-7. 

its foundation and efficiency in i.5th 

cent., i. 86. 

number of students at. in 15th cent., 

i. 93-4. 

•pre-eminence of, in 15th cent., i. 



95. 



96. 



•humanistic studies at, i. 96. 
• Henry Mangold, Rector of, i. 98. 
W. li. Mithridates, professor at, 



Andreas Cantor at, i. 96. 

John Cacsarius at, i. 96. 

Mclanchthon on. i. 97 8. 

Heinrich Mangold, Sector of, i. 98. 

study of Ilebrew in, i. 103. 

suppression of the Talmud advo- 

cated in, iii. 61. 
brief sent to, by Pope Gregory XIII, 

on matter of new Calendar. \. 52 (n. 1). 



methods of study of Latin in, xiii. 

13H-9, 339 (n. 1, 2). 
decline of, at close of Middle Ages, 

xiii. 254-5, 254 (n. 1), 255 (n. 1, 2, 3, 4). 

its empty ' Bursas,' xiii. 254. 

theological lectures given by Jesuits 

[1561], viii. 242 ; xiii. 255, 255 (n. 6). 
proposals of reform bv Caspar 

Qropper [15731, xiii. 255. 255 (n. 6] 

(n 



Cologne University, academic senate report 
to Rome the practical collapse of [15771, 
xiii. 255-6, 256 (». 1). 

Nuncio Antonius Albergati's report 

on condition of, xiii. 256-7, 257 (n. 1). 

■ — waste of funds on entertainments 

rf r. xiii. 257, 257 (n. 2). 

■ — John Oldendorp appointed pro- 
fessor of law at, xiii. 406. 

— services rendered by, to Catholic 

Church, xiv. 343. 

- Theological Faculty, Alexander 



Candidus, Dean of, xiv. 247. 

— and the Augenspiegel, iii. 53, 54. 
• and right of censorship, iii. 53, 



53 



(». 1). 
its letter to Reuchlin, iii. 54-5. 

— — decline of study of theology at, xiii. 
235, 245 ; xiv. 353. 

Jesuits go as professors of theology 

to, xiv. 354. 

— - — memorandum for reform of theo- 
logical faculty at [1570], suggesting study 
of Aquinas's Summa Theologica, xiv. 360-1, 
361 (n. 3). 

disapproval of theological faculty of 

Malleus Maleficarum or Witches' Hammer, 
xvi. 253, 253 (n. 2). 

— — — University itself in favour of, 
xvi. 253-4. 

theologians and Reuchlin Contro- 



versy : see Reuchlin Controversy. 

obtains permission from Pope 

Sixtus IV. to exercise censorship over 
printers, publishers, and readers of hereti- 
cal books [1479], xiv. 498, 498 (n. 1). 

' Coloni,' i. 311,312. 

Colosino, Feliciano, xiii. 530. 

Cblpin, Saxonv, xvi. 31. 

irreligion of people of, v. 99. 

Columbus, Christopher, a printer, i. 14. 

his indebtedness to Regiomontamis. 

i. 143. 

Columella, book on gardening by, i. 343. 

' Come, Holy Ghost,' hymn, xi. 276. 

Comedians, Dutch, xii. 161. 

English, xii. 160-9, 163 (n. 1). 

— their superiority over the German, 

xii. 163. 

— their dispersion over the Continent, 

xii. 163 (n. 1). 

at Hailsprunner [1612], xii. 164. 

— at ducal court at Graz, xii. 167, 167 

<». 4). 

their influence on character of 

German stage, xii. 168-9, 168 (n. 1). 

in Frankfort-on-the-Main, xii. 177. 



in Ulm [1606, 1609], xii. 178-9 

in Elbing [1605], xii. 179, 179 (n. 2). 

at Dresden [1617], xii. 179, 179 (n.8). 

their moral or immoral Influence, 

xii. 177-80, 179 (n. 6), 180 (n. 1). 

French, xii. 161, 161 (n. 3), 177. 

Hessian, xii. 164, 169-76. 

Italian, 161-2, 161 (n. 1, 2). 

Comedies, religious, xii. 8-10. 

■ school, xii. 9-14, 14 (n. 1). 

' Comedy of Joseph ' [1586], by ^Egldius 

Hunnius, xii. 28 {n. 2). 
criticism of, bv Von Weilen, xii. 

(». 2). 
' Comedy of the Patriarch Joseph.' 

Andrew Gasman of Rochlitz [1610], 



28 

by 
xii. 



28. 
Comenlus, John Amos, his criticism of 

methods of teaching in vogue, xiii. 66. 
Comerarius, Ludwig, palatini' ambassador 

to lii'-t of Ratisbon 1 1608], Ix. 49:: 
Comet of 1580, xiv. 7:!. 



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INDEX 



' Cometa, oder ein Predigt v. Cometen' [1619], 
xii. 254 (n. 2). 

Comets, strange, xii. 246-55. 

brought into region of scientific ob- 
servation, i. 139 ; xii. 252, 252 (re. 3). 
■new, seen by Martini [1577-78], xii. 



253, 254, 254 (re. 1). 
— new comet of 1607, concerning, xii. 
254 (n.l). 



of 1618, xii. 254-5, 254 (re. 



255 (re. 1). 

' Comfortable Admonitions to the Christian 
Brothers,' iv. 203-6, 206 (n.). 

Commelin, Hieronymus. printer of Heidel- 
berg and publisher of Greek and Roman 
classics, xiv. [1587-98], 517, 517 (re. 1). 

Commendone, Cardinal, Bishop of Zante and 
Papal Nuncio, vii. 170 (re. 3), 248 (re. 1) ; 
viii. 243, 302 (re. 2). 

on hopeless condition of Catholic faith 

in Germany, vii. 193-5. 

sent by Pope Pius IV. to Lower Ger- 
many to invite attendance at Council of 
Trent [1561], vii. 212. 

goes to Naumburg to invite attendance 

of Protestant Princes at Council of Trent 
[1561], vii. 223. 

— his address to Princes, vii. 226. 
his brief returned unopened, vii. 227. 



his reply to Princes, vii. 228-9. 

— learns that German bps. were terrorised 
by Protestant Estates from attending 
Council of Trent [1561], vii. 229. 

— goes to Elector Joachim II. of Branden- 
burg, vii. 230. 

interview with, vii. 230-1. 



— his report to Rome, vii. 231. 

— receives assurances of support from 
Archbishop Sigmund of Magdeburg, vii. 
232. 

■ invites Maximilian II. to Council of 



Trent [1561], vii. 334. 

■ delighted with his loyalty and con- 



descension, vii. 334, 335 (w. 1). 

— as papal legate forbids Maximilian II. 
from meddling in religious matters, vii. 
350. 

— his difficulty in obtaining audience of 
Maximilian II., viii. 46. 

— resolved on holding ' General Council ' 
for furthering of Catholic Church in 
Germany, viii. 249-50. 

his efforts to reform the clergy, viii. 

293 (re. 1). 
• on state of theological school at 



Cologne University [1561], xiii. 255. 
' Comment, libr. XXI. ad. a. 1548,' x. 38 

(re. 2). 
' Comment, rerum Helveticarum,' Chr. Hart- 

mann, ix. 336 (re. 3). 
• Comment, super Aggseo,' D. V b ., xvi. 55 

(«. 1). 
' Commentari della guerra di Cipro,' B. 

Sereno, viii. 106 (re. 1). 
' Commentaria,' John Cochlaeus, xiii. 457 

(re. 3). 
Commentaries on the New Testament,' by 

Erasmus, iii. 22. 
' Commentarii de statu religionis Carolo V. 

Caesare,' xiii. 440 (re. 3). 
' Commentarii in aliquot politicos libres Aris- 

totelis,' Melanchthon [1530], xiv. 130 (re. 1). 
' Commentariorum de regno libritres,' xiv. 

378 (re. 1). 
' Commentarius brevis rerum in orbe gestarum 

1500-64,' L. Surius, ix. 312 (re. 2) ; xiii. 447 

(re. 4). 
'Commentarius de anima,' 1540, Melanch- 
thon, xiv. 129 (re. 4). 



' Commentarius de Comitiis,' Arumaous, 

ix. 208 (re. 1). 
' Commentarius hist, et apolog. de Lutheran- 

ismo,' Seckendorf, vi. 8 (re. 1). 
' Commentarius in harmoniam hist, evangel. 

de passione Christi,' John Gerhard [1617], 

xiv. 215 (re. 3). 
' Commentarius in harmoniam hist, evang. 

de resurr. et ascens. Christi,' John Ger- 
hard [1617] xiv. 215 (re. 3). 
' Commentarius in prophetas minores ' [1688], 

John Tarnov, xiv. 214, 214 (re. 4). 
' Commentary on Epistle to Corinthians,' 

Melanchthon, vii. 143 (re. 1). 
' Commentary on Epistle to Romans/Melanch- 

thon, v. 306 (re. 1). 
" Commentary on First Epistle of St. John,' 

Luther, v. 256 (re. 1). 
' Commentary on Pretended Imperial Edict,' 

Luther, v. 330-2. 
' Commentators,' the, their views, ii. 163-4, 

166. 
Commer, Franz, xi. 248 (n. 1). 
Commerce and capital, ii. 43-105 ; xv. 1-69. 
causes of its decline in Germany, 

xv. 3, 5-6, 6 (re. 1, 2, 3). 
-harmful effect of foreign hawkers 



and of trading associations upon, ii. 30 ; 
iv. 154-6 ; xv. 22-31. 

— - German, danger to, caused by con- 
fusion and disorganisation of mint system, 
xv. 70. 

— general rise of prices due to circulation 
of base coins, xv. 84-5. 
what it is, i. 307-8. 



' Commerce and Usury ' : see ' Von Kaufs- 

handlung und Wucner,' Luther. 
' Commissarien-Relation v. Brandenburg v. 9. 

December 1569, viii. 67 (re. 2). 
Committee of Eight for preservation of 

Christian usages, appointed at Diet of 

Spires [1526], v. 65. 
— stipulations drawn up by, v. 

66. 
Duke George of Saxony's criticism 

of, v. 67-8. 
Commodus, xiii. 454. 
' Common Penny, the,' tax, ii. 212-3, 215, 

218, 231 ; iii. 169 (re. 1). 

— levying of, vetoed by States, ii. 231. 

Communal life, foundation of, i. 325-6. 
Communal villages : see ' Markgemeiuseliaft.' 
Communion Service, Calvinistic, description 

of, ix. 163 (re. 3). 
Como, Cardinal of, ix. 326 (re. 1). 
' Comoedia sacra cui titulus Joseph,' Cornelius 

Crocus [1536], xii. 25, 25 (re. 2). 
' Comoedia v. den Weysen aus d. Morgen- 

lande,' by George Mauritius [1606], xii. 

149-50, 150 (re. 1). 
Compar, Valentin, xiv. 240 (re. 1). 
' Compendiaria dialectices ratio,' Melanchthon 

[1520], xiv. 129 (re. 2). 
' Compendium,' Sleidan, xiii. 462 (n. 1). 
' Compendium Christ, religionis e puro 

Dei verbo depromptum ' [1556], H. 

Bullinger, xiv. 175 (n. 4). 
* Compendium of Philosophy,' by Usingen, 

its popularity, xiv. 371-2, 372 (re. 1). 
' Compendium philosophicum,' by Michael 

Potier [1610], xii. 291 (re. 1). 
' Compendium theologian Christianas,* Wolleb 

[1626], xiv. 180 (re. 2, 3). 
' Compendium theologicum ' [1603], xiv. 178 

(re. 3). 
' Complaint of a Simple Cloister Brother,' 

iii. 219, 221, 228-9. 

See also 'ClageineseinfaltijKlosterbnidcrs.' 
' Complaint on the Italian Scribblers and 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



their Immoral Poems,' John Fickli r, xii. 

225 (n. 3). 
Componists, x. r>50. 
' Composition ' Diet between Catholic Estates 

and corresponding Princes suggested, x. 

611-4. 
' Composition,' the, and succession in the 

Empire [1615-18], x. 611-29. 
' Compromise-Catholicism and Emp. Maxi- 
milian II.,' G6tz.vii.830 (n. 1). 
' Compromise, the ' : see ' Gueux, League of 

the.' 
' Concerning the New Order of Jesuits,' 

Martin Chemnitz, viii. 288-9. 
' Concerning the Terrible Destruction and 

Overthrow of the whole Papacy' [1560], 

xi. 65. 
' Concession,' Maximilian II. 's, viii. 382 ; x. 

405. 
' Concilia Salisburgensia,' Dalhans, xvi. 233 

(n. 1). 
' Conciliabulum of Trent,' viii. 393, 437. 

See also Trent. Council of. 
' Condones habit se Lovanii ante annos 

e. quadraginta ' [1615], Bellarmin, xii. 261 

(n. 1). 
Conclave of Friedburg : see Friedbun* Con- 
clave. 
' Conclave Pius IV.,' Miiller, vii. 196 («. 2). 
' Concord,' Bucer's, ix. 96. 
Concord, Formula of : see Formula of Con- 
cord. 
Concord, religions, in Saxony, transactions 

concerning, viii. 170-3. 
Concordat, Bavarian, of 1583, brought to a 

settlement by Ninquarda, ix. 334 (re. 2). 
' Concordia Concors,' by Leonard Hutter 

[16141. xiv. 163. 
' Concordia discors,' Rudolf Hospinian [1607], 

xiv. 163, 189, 189 (n. 3). 
Concordists, their adoration of Luther, viii. 

437. 

failure of their hopes, viii. 437-8. 

do their utmost against the Calvinists 

and other sacramentarians, ix. 2. 
Conde, Henry, Prince of, viii. 90. 
applies to Protestants of England and 

Germany for aid, viii. 2. 
informs Protestant German Prim s 

that Elizabeth of England would go to 

aid Huguenot cause, viii. 4. 
denounced as traitor by Cardinal 

of Lorraine for bringing English troops 

into France, viii. 4-5. 
his overbearing behaviour in Orleans, 

viii. 5. 

marches against Paris, viii. 5. 

taken prisoner, viii. 6. 

concludes Peace of Amboise with 

Catherine de' Medici [1563], viii. 8-9. 

his personal character, viii. 8 (re. 5). 

denounced by Queen Elizabeth of 

England, viii. 9. 
raises standard of rebellion in France 

[1567], viii. 51. 
suspected of aiming at French throne, 

viii. 52. 
forms alliance with Elizabeth of 

i ogland, viii 
promises Calais to Elizabeth of England 

in return for tier support of Huguenot 

cause, viii. ">::. 
supported by Elector Palatine Frederic 

III. and Count Palatine Wolfgang "i 

Zweibrtlcken [1668], viii. 58. 
after attempt on Coligny'e life at head 

of Huguenot nobles, demands justice from 

h Ing Charles I \ . .-it the Low re. \ lil 

180. 



Conde, H°nry, Prince of, concludes treaty 

with Elector Palatine Frederic III., viii. 145. 

— receives at hands of Frederic III. 

50,000 crowns from Elizabeth of England, 

viii. 201. 

treaty with, viii. 202. 

concludes treaty with Count Palatine 

John Casimir, viii. 202. 
declared by Pope Sixtus V. to have 

forfeited his claims to French Crown, 

through heresy, ix. 111. 
— — persuaded " by Count Palatine John 

Casimir to act in concert with him in 

support of Gebhard Truchsess, Archbp. 

of Cologne, ix. 12. 
proposal of alliance between, and 

Gebhard Truchsess, ix. 88. 
Conde, Princess Charlotte Margaret of, and 

Henry IV. of France's admiration for, 

x. 438-40. 
made by Henry IV. the motive of a war 

with the Netherlands, x. 440. 
' Confederacy for Mutual Defence ' : see 

Smalcald, League of. 
Confederacy of Archdukes, x. 423. 
Protestant, against Catholic Estates, 

abortive effort to form, vii. 206. 
Confederation, State, ii. 122. 
Conference between Councillors of Electors 

Palatine of Brandenburg, ix. 20-1. 
Conference, Frankfort-am-Main [1599] : see 

Frankfort-am-Main. 
free religio is, for settlement of religious 

question, advised by delegates of Im- 
perial cities at Diet of Augsburg [1547], 

vi. 385, 393. 
of Protestant Estates : see Estates, 

Protestant. 

religious, at Leipzig [1534], xiv. 264. 

at Weimar, vii. 147-8. 

— at Worms : see Worms, religious 

conference at. 
Conferences, religious [1540], vi. 105 (re. 2). 

futility of, vi. 106-7. 

' Confessio ' bv Stanislaus Hosius [1557], 

xiv. 350-1, 351 (re. 1). 
' Confessio Catholica,' John Gerhard [1634- 

37], xiv. 165-6, 185, 185 (re. 2). 
' Confessio Helvetica posterior,' Henrv 

Bullinger of Zurich [1566], xiv. 175. 
' Confessio Helvetica prior,' xiv. 175. 
Confession of Augsburg : see Augsburg 

Confession. 
Confession, Berlin, x. 312. 
' Confession, Bohemian,' x. 418. 
made free to all inhabitants of 

Bohemia, x. 418. 
' Confession Book,' the, by Johannes Wolf. 

i. 52. 
Confession, manuals of, i. 51-2, 52 (n. 1). 
Confession of Faith [ = Wurtemberg Creed] 

drawn up by Duke Christopher of Wiirtem- 

berg, vii. 76, 84. 
' Confession of Faith,' Miinster, v. 456. 
' Confession of Faith ' of Elector John Sigis- 

mund of Brandenburg, x. 30:! ."p. 
Confrssion of the Four Cities : see Tetra- 

politana, the. 
Confession, Tridentine, ix. 302. 
' Confessionals ' on preaching, i. 37. 
' Confessiones Canisii,' viii. 232 (re. 1). 
' Confessions,' question of. discussed al 

Diet of Ratisbon [1608], i\. 166. 
' Conflrmatio gegen und wider die Jesuiten,' 

\. Eybenhold, x. I 32 (re. 3). 

Confirmation, Catholic view of, as asserted 

by Council of Trent, viii. 268. 
Confutation Book of the Duke of Saxony, 

vii, 52 .".. 52 (« 



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INDEX 



Confutation Book results in the widening 
of breach between Protestant Estates, 
vii. 55. 

' Confutation,' the, of ' Confession of Augs- 
burg,' criticism of, v. 258 (n. 1). 

' Congregation,' a, established by Pope 
Gregory XIII. for dealing exclusively with 
German affairs [1573], ix. 293. 

its constituents, ix. 298. 

melancholy memoranda of, ix. 298-302. 

monastery of St. Joseph in Bishopric of 

Constance forms itself into [1602], ix. 337. 

Swiss, founded by Abbot Augustine of 

Einsiedeln [1602], ix. 337. 

of Bursfeld elect Leonard Ruben as 

president [1601], ix. 337. 

— — decree of Council of Trent compelling 
monasteries to unite themselves into, ix. 
337. 

General [fifth], of Society of Jesus, 

decrees and ' remedial measures ' agreed 
upon at [1593], x. 353-5, 355 (n. 1, 2). 

[second] resolution passed at, pro- 
hibiting the permanent installation of 
members at Courts of Princes [1565], 



x. 357, 357 (w. 2). 

— ratines Aqua viva's 



injunction con- 
cerning ' Confessors ' to Princes [1602]. 
x. 359. 

' Congregations ' established by Jesuits, ix. 
373. 

Marian Student : see Marian Student 

Congregations. 

Congress of Brunswick [1512]: see Bruns- 
wick, Congress of Smalcald League at. 

Eger : see Eger, Congress at. 

Frankfort: see Frankfort, Congress of. 

Hagenau : see Hagenau. 

■ Heidelberg [1553] : see Heidelberg, 

Congress of. 

Smalcald 



[1537] : see Smalcald. 

Congress of. 

— Spires : see Spires, Congress at. 

Worms : see Worms. 

Connefeld, church at, i. 174. 
' Conquete (la) de Tunis,' Castan, v. 440 (n. 4). 
Conrad, election of, as king, ii. 108-9. 
Conrad, Abbot, of Tegernsee, treasures 

purchased by, i. 190. 
Conrad III. von Thiingen, Bishop of Wiirz- 

burg, iv. 205 (rt. 1) ; v. 37. 

— member of Suabian League, iv. 214. 
• charges Council of Regency with 



Lutheran sympathies, iv. 22. 

— and Hans Bohm, iv. 132. 

— letter to, on Suabian League 



iv. 231. 



complaints of, against Count George of 

Wertheim, iv. 286. 
■ Berlichingen withdraws allegiance 

from, iv. 287. 
chosen a member of ' Committee of 

Eight,' v. 65. 
— — ■ receives dispatch from Charles V., 

v. 56. 
on interpretation of Recess of Diet of 

Spires [1526], v. 75. 
appealed to for help against Philip of 

Hesse, v. 168. 

and Breslau alliance, v. 169. 

pays contribution to Landgrave Philip 

of Hesse, v. 183. 

at Heidelberg, iv. 317. 

withdraws support from Suabian 

League, v. 405. 
his poor-relief ordinance [1533], its 

wisdom and benevolence, xv. 447-8, 

448 (n. 1). 
Conrad, Count of Tecklcnburg, joins League 

of Smalcald, vi. 11. 



Conrad, Count of Tecklenburg, marries Mech- 

tilda, sister to Philip of Hesse, v. 452-3. 
Conrad, Dr., superintendent [professor at 

Stralsund], his opposition to Calvinists, 

x. 308. 
Conrad, Magister, vii. 69. 
Conradin, son of Emperor Conrad IV., viii. 

94. 
Conradinus, Balthasar, Dr., on use of 

colocynth and hawthorn root as drugs, 

xiv. 50-1, 50 (». 3). 
Conring, Hermann, professor at Helmstadt 

University and Aristotelian, xiv. 132 (n. 4) . 
Consa, reported birth of Antichrist at [1592], 

xii. 267, 267 (n. 2). 
Conscience, liberty of, throughout Empire, 

claimed of Maximilian II. by Lazarus von 

Schwendi, viii. 359-60. 

nature of claim, viii. 360. 

— — — claimed by Counts from Rhine dis- 
trict, Franconia, Thuringia, Harz, and 

Wetterau at Diet of Augsburg [1566], 

viii. 360. 
' Conseil (Ie) de Berne a la Dame Valangin,' 

Herminjard, v. 137 (n. 5). 
' Consens,' Dresden, opposition to, in Saxony, 

viii. 406. 
' Consensus, Vorrede A.,' Pandocheus, ix. 

170 («. 1). 
' Conservatio societatis humanse,' Branda, 

iv. 127 (n. 1). 
' Consilia,' xiii. 418, 419, 419 («. 2), 420. 
' Consilia,' Leib, xvi. 405 (n. 1). 
' Consilia theologica, Decad HI. et IV.,' F. 

Bidembach, x. 225 (n. 1). 
' Consilia Tubingensia,' of Prof. Seeger, xvi. 

438 (n. 1). 
' Consilorum Theologicorum Decad I.,' Felix 

Bidembach [1611], xvi. 488 (n. 1). 
Consistorium, Wiirtemberg, x. 137. 
Consistory for management of Church affairs 

established by Duko John Frederic of 

Saxony, vii. 149. 
' Consolation ol the Soul,' early prose work, 

i. 291. 
teaching in, i. 298. 

See also ' Seelen-trost.' 
Conspiracy between Stossel, Schiitz, Pucer, 

Craco, the Heidelbergers.and Swiss against 

Elector Augustus discovered, viii. 187-8. 
Conspiracy of Grumbach-Gotha : see Grum- 

bach-Gotha Conspiracy. 
Constance, free or imperial city of, ii. 53, 129 ; 

v. 247, 336 ; vi. 40 ; ix. 494. 

castle of, dues paid at, i. 317. 

population of, i. 339 (n.). 

wages in, i. 353. 

expulsion of Jews from, ii. 78. 

— — battle of, conduct of Swiss at, ii. 221. 

religious disputations at, iv. 60. 

letter from town council of, to Reiehs- ' 

regiment, iv. 60. 

record at, of peasants' rising, iv. 181-2. 

the Roman Catholic faith interdicted 

at, v. 146. 

state of Church in, v. 146-7. 

Nuremberg, Ulm, Strassburg, and 

Lindau, proposed Protestant League 

between, to win over Switzerland to 

Protestant cause, v. 206. 
joins in ' protest ' of Princes against 

• Recess ' of Diet of 1529, v. 217. 

advocates admission of other towns 



into ' League of Christian Co-burgership,' 
v. 226. 

approached by Zwingli with view of its 

joining * League of Christian Co-burger- 
ship,' v. 243. 

signs the ' Tetrapolitana,' v. 301. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Constance calls upon Zurich to be prep 

for/war, v. 327. 

joins Smalcald League, v. 334. 

representatives of, present at Zwinglian 

Synod of Memmingen, v. 335. 
and continuation of Suabian League, 

v. 404-5. 
sends delegate to Assembly of Smalcald 

League [15371, v. 494. 

opposes Wittenberg ' Concord,' v. 538. 

delegates of, at Diet of Ratisbon [15(1], 

vi. 153. 
preparations for war against EmDeror 

Charles V. iu, vi. 323. 
placed under dominion of Austria and 

li onies again Catholic, vi. 414. 
suggested as place of meeting of new 

council, by Emperor Ferdinand, vii. 203. 
Jesuit College founded at [1604], ix. 

313-4. 
devotion of Jesuit Fathers to the 

plague-stricken in, ix. 329. 
death of Kastulus Agricola, James 

Stitz, and Christopher Gebhard, Jesuit 

Fathers, from plague at, ix. 330. 

Capuchins go to [1603], ix. 346. 

Capuchin Church at, ix. 380 (». 1). 

the burgomaster and town council of, 

contradict calumnies against Jesuits 

[1614], x. 333. 

iconoclasm in, xi. 32. 

play acted at [1607], xiii. 197. 

visitation of plague at [1611], xiv. 85. 

deaths of pastors, priests, and nuns at, 

from tending victims of the plague [Hill], 

xiv. Ill, 111 (n. 1). 
master-tailors of, their endeavour to 

limit number of master-tailors [1584], xv. 

108, 108 (n. 1). 
-inspectoral protocols of [1571-86], xvi. 

81, 81 (n. 1). 
trials for witchcraft in, xvi. 263, 263 

(n. l). 
town council of, on ' Indulgences, ' iii. 

93. 
on condition of Germany (1544], 

vi. 244 -5. 
■ discussions on necessity for improved 

Calendar at, x. 52 (n. 1). 
rejects doctrine of permissibility of 

tyrannicide [1415], x. 367. 
solicits aid from Eck, during their 

religious disturbances, xiv. 317. 
on depraved condition of German 

morals [1544], xvi. 7-8. 
Constance, Bishopric of, v. 342 ; vii. 200-1. 

See also Bishops : Fugger von Kirchberg- 

James ; Hermann von Arbon ; Johann von 

Weeze ; Hugo von Landenberg. 
Constance Cathedral, endowment of pulpit 

of. i. 33, 171. 
Constance, Diet of [1507], convoked by 

.Maximilian I., ii. 2:12. 
Maximilian's appeal to ' States ' at, 

ii. 233-4. 
vote for supply of troops for Italian 

expedition, ii. 234 5. 
Constance, Lake of, iv. 232, 238. 
wages in district of, in 15th cent., 

ii. 32 (n.). 

rising of peasants on, iv. 171, 228. 

Constantine, Emperor, vi. 54 ; vii. 201. 
Constantino, Donation of, iii. 74 ; xiv. 320, 

320 (n. 2). 
Constantine of Mantua, Count, ii. 240. 
' Constantinus,' tragedy of, performed at 

Munich 1 1574], xiii. 200. 

its probable authorship, \ii. ii (n. 1) ; 

xiii. 200. 200 ( 



Constantinople, v. 436 ; vi. 163, 179 ; viii. 

108, 111, 113, 122, 219 ; ix. 236. 

introduction of printing in, i. 14. 

taken by Turks, ii. 197. 

ambassadors from Archduke Ferdinand 

sue for peace at, v. 211. 
Charles V. hopes to take possession of, 

v. 441. 
— — rejoicings in, over defeat of Charles V.'s 

expedition to Algiers, vi. 164. 
— ■ — ■ Francis I. sends ambassador to, vi. 178. 
French ambassador at, endeavours to 

rouse Sultan Solyman to arms, vi. 364. 
— Venice concludes alliance at [1572], 

viii. 111. 
festival of triumph in, over fall of 

Kanizsa, ix. 269, 269 (re. 1). 

■ Hungarian exodus into, ix. 425. 

— — undue quantity of German money in, 

xv. 73. 
' Constantinople, taking of ' (tragedy), xii. 

165. 

Unigenitus," Fontana, xiv . 



German : see German Con- 



' Constitutio 

396 (n. 2). 
Constitution, 

stilution. 
Constitution of Empire, Franz von Sickingen's 

attempt to overthrow, iii. 275-306. 
Constitution of Provincial States, origin of, 

ii. 132-7. 
absence of princely privileges in, 

ii. 132-3. 
■ basis of representation in 

assembly, ii. 133. 

— -right to refuse obedience to 

Princes, ii. 134. 
Cjntarini, Gasparo, Cardinal and papal 

legate, and delegate to Diet of Ratisbon 

[1541], v. 5, 527 (n. 1) ; vi. 143, 143 

(n. 1, 2), 145, 152, 407 ; xiii. 58, 58 (n. 2). 

his plea for the pure in art [1536], xi. 92. 

on necessity for Church reform in 

Germany, xvi. 57, 57 (re. 2). 
' Contarini, Gasparo,' Dittrich, v. 528 (n. 1) ; 

x. :,2 (n. 1) ; xiv. 318 (re. 1). 
' Contarini,' Pastor, vi. 143 (». 2), 146 (n. 1). 
Contarini, Paolo, Venetian ambassador, v. 5. 

on Charles V., v. 4-5. 

report of, on Charles V.'s attitude 

towards Turks, iv. 7 (n.). 
on friendship between France and the 

Turks [1583], ix. 39 (re. 2). 
' Contra Erasmum,' Luther, xiv. 187 (n. 4). 
' Contra impias Scholas Jesuitarum,' viii. 

339 (n. 2). 
' Contra M. Lutherum et Lutheranismi 

Fautores,' iv. 174 (re. 1), 356 (re. 2). 
Controversy, Protestant, its nature during 

life of Luther and after, x. 1-3. 

Reuchlin: see Reuchlin Controversy. 

' Contubernium Pauperum on Dionysianum,' 

xiii. 307 (re. 3). 

at Prague University, xiii. 211. 

Contzen, Adam, of Montjoic, xiv. 345. 

prof, of theology at Wiirzburg and 

Mainz, xiv. 345. 
defends Bellarmin against attacks of 

Prof. David Parcus of lieidelberg, xiv. 

345. 

a close student of new religion, xiv. 346. 

his Frohlocken iiber Froldocken, xiv. 346. 

motto of book, xiv. 346. 

defends Order of Jesuits against the 

' Monita Secreta ' [1612J. xiv. 346, S46 

(re. 1). 

a peacemaker as well as controversialist, 

\iv. 346. 
his Oeschichte der Volktwirthseha/t . 

Lilteratur, ii. 91 (n.). 



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Index 



Contzen, Ada n, ou Machiavelli, xiv. 378, 

his Zehn Bucher Politik, xiv. 378. 

purpose of the book, xiv. 380. 

' Contzsn, A.,' Brischar, xiv. 346 (re. 1). 

Convent, Augustinian, Herdt, i. 27. 

Carmelite, Hirschhorn : see Hirschhorn, 

Convent of Carmelites at. 
Carthusian, at Christgarten : see Chnst- 

garten. 

Dominican Sisters, Florence, i. 16 (re.). 

Franciscan, Heidelberg, attack upon, 

by University students [1550], xiii. 306-7. 

of Frauenalb : see Frauenalb. 

of Oberlingelheim, i. 27. 

of St. Bridget in Wadstena, i. 16 («.). 

— — of St. Catherine : see Catherine, St., 

Convent of. 

of St. Clara : see Clara, St., Convent of. 

— — of St. Magdalen, Strasburg : see St. 

Magdalen, Strasburg. 
of St. Margaret in Strasburg : see St. 

Margaret, Strasburg. 

— of St. Nicholas in Undis, Strasburg : 



see St. Nicholas in Undis. 
•at Wetter, i. 27. 



Convention, religious, proposed, iv. 15. 

of Protestant preachers [1574] leads 

to increased schism, viii. 376. 

at Altenburg [1568-69], viii. 164. 

at Dresden [1572], viii. 177. 

Hagenau : see Hagenau Convention. 

Naumburg : see Naumburg Convention. 

Torgau [1576] : see Torgau Convention. 

Zerbst [1570], viii. 172. 

' Conventiones inter Cardinales in conclave 
initae,' vii. 196 (re. 1). 

Convents, four, dispute over, and its conse- 
quences for the Empire [1600-1], ix. 
249-68, 271, 272. 

discussions on, at Diet of Ratisbon 

[1603], ix. 285-90, 286 (re. 2). 

question of restoration of, reopened, 

ix. 473-5. 
■ arrangement 



come to concerning, 

between Archbp. Schweikart of Mayence 

and Protestant Estates, ix. 473. 
absence of Interest among towns, in 

dispute, ix. 490. 
' Conversation between Two Peasants of 

MeisseD on ths New Calendar,' Kaspar 

Fliiger, x. 70-1. 
Converts to Catholicism, their polemical 

activity, x. 75. 
' Convikt,' the, xiii. 212. 
Convolut, vi. 9 (re. 2) ; ix. 211 (re. 2) ; x. 

431 (re. 3). 
Bilndnisse itnd Gegenbiindnisse von 

1535 bis 1533, vi. 2 (re. 1). 

Diet at Eisenach, vi. 17 (re. 1). 

' Convolute : Religions- und Reichssachen 

von 159J 1605,' ix. 195 (re. 3). 
Coopers, ' hoop-dance ' of, ii. 27. 
Coopers, Guild of, ii. 6. 
Copenhagen, plan for destruction of nobility, 

etc., at, v. 476. 

entered by Ltibeckers, v. 477. 

the devil in, xii. 374, 374 (re. 3). 

University founded, i. 93. 

Copernicus, Nicholas, Cathedral Dean of 

Frauenburg, astronomer, and Latin poet, 

xiii. 391, 472, 479-82, 480 (re. 1) ; xiv. 

296. 

and improved Calendar, x. 52 (re. 1). 

his astronomy, x. 70, 70 (re. 1). 

— his Septem Sidera, xiii. 391, 391 (re. 3). 
Movements of Heavenly Bodies, xiii. 



391. 



incited to astronomical research by 



Copernicus, Nicholas, his birth aud parent- 
age [1473], xiii. 479. 

studies at Cracow [1491-94], xiii. 479. 

— — passes on to Bologna and Padua, xiii. 
479. 

lectures on astronomy at Rome [1500], 

xiii. 480. 

becomes prebendary of Frauenburg, 

xiii. 480. 

his De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium 



[1543], xiii. 480. 

dedicated to Pope Paul III., xiii. 



480, 480 (w. 1). 

— excitement caused by book, xiii. 481. 
■ his system supported by Rhaticus, 



professor of mathematics at Wittenberg, 
xiii. 481. 

— hostility to, among Wittenberg 
theologians, xiii. 481-2. 

■ opposed by Melanchthon, xiii. 482, 

482 (re. 2, 3). 

championed by Kepler, xiii. 482. 

the system mathematically estab- 
lished by Kepler's three law3, xiii. 487. 
■ its publication aided by Card. N. 



Schonberg and Bp. T. Giese, xiii. 487. 

its dedication accepte 1 by Pope 

Paul III., xiii. 487. 

• its free perusal permitted by thirteen 



Popes [Paul III. to Paul V.], xiii. 487. 
decretal of Roman Index Congrega- 
tion suspends its circulation pending the 
' improvement ' of the book regarding 
the movement of the earth [1616], xiii. 
487-8, 488 (re. 1). 

Kepler's explanation of decree of 



1616 against, xiii. 488 (re. 1). 
' Copernicus,' by Bruhn, xiii. 480 (re. 1). 
' Copernicus,' Muller, xiii. 488 (re. 1). 
' Copia der Newen Zeytung auss Presily 

Landt.'xiv. 528 (n. 3). 
Copinger, W. A., First Half-century of Latin 

Bible, xiv. 383 (re. 3). 
Coppenstein, John Andrew (Dominican), 

xiv. 349. 
Copper and wood engraving, i. 216-26; see 

also Engraving, copper and wood. 
Coppernigk, Niklas, father of Nicholas 

Copernicus, xiii. 479. 
Coppersmiths leave Augsbm-g upon aboli- 
tion of the Oeschenkle Handwerke [1567], 

xv. 129, 129 (re. 1). 
Copyists, trade of, i. 18. 
Corbaeh, i. 171. 
Cdrbelitz [village], vii. 293. 
Cordara, ix. 326 (re. 1, 2), 327 (re. 1), 328 

(re. 1, 2). 
Cordatus, Conrad, xv. 476. 

Tagebuch, xii. 321 (re. 1), 322 (re. 1). 

Cordus, Euricius, professor of medicine, of 

Marburg [1527], poet, physician, botanist, 

and scholar, xiii. 510, 510 (n. 2), 513. 

gives support to Luther, iii. 102, 103. 

letter to Draconites on decay of 

learning [1523], iii. 355. 
on disastrous effects of new theology on 

the fine arts, xiii. 330, 330 (re. 1). 

his Epigra mmata, xiii. 510, 510 (n. 2). 

his conviction as to importance of study 

of botany, xiii. 510-11. 
— ■ — - his methods of study, xiii. 511. 
— meets with ridicule, xiii. 511. 

■ publisher results of studies and rectifies 



views of predecessors in his Botanologikon 
[1534], xiii. 511. 

first attempt in Germany at dealing 



Renerbach's Planetentheorie, xiii. 472 



with botany on strictly critical principles, 
xiii. 511. 
established the fact that some plants 



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found in Greece and Italy did not exist 

in Germany, xiii. 511, 511 (n. 1). 
Cordus, Euri 'ius, his De abu a u u<copice [On 

the abuse of inspecting urine], xiii. 511 (n.l). 

his garden at Marburg, xiii. 532. 

hostility manifested towards, xiv. 44. 

his death at Bremen [1535], xiii. 510. 

Cordus, Valerius, son of Euricius Cordus, as 

botanist [1544], xiii. 520-1, 521 (ft. 1), 531. 
his improvements in pharmacy, xiii. 

521 (re. 1). 
early death, an 1 inscription on grave, 

xiii. 521, 521 (n. 1). 
his Annot. in Pedacii Dioscoridis de 

mediea materia 11501], xiii. 533 (n. 1). 
Corfu, destruction of villages in, by Turks, 

v. 446. 
Cornelissen, Cornelius, his picture of Bath- 

sheba, xi. 214. 

indelicate pictures by, xi. 234 (n. 3). 

Cornelius, Carl Adolf (historian), v. 153 

(n. 2), 157 (re. 2), 456 (re. 1), 550 (Appendix, 

Note XIV.); x. 477 (n. 1). 
Zur Geschichte d. B:iuernkriejs, iv. 229 

(n.l). 
■ Gesch. d. Munsterischen Aufruhrs, iv. 369 



(n. 1) ; v. 464 (n. 1) ; xii. 72 (re. 2). 
Die niederlandischen Wiedertaufer, v. 150 

(ft. 1), 471 (ft. 2). 
Miinsterische Geschichtsguellen, v. 482 

(n. 1). 
ZiXr ErlaiUerum d. Pohtik d. Kurfiirsten 

Moritz, vi. 456 (re. 3), 1S2 (re. 1). 

Kur/urH Moritz, vi. 427 (n. 2), 433 (». 1). 

Der grosse Plan Heinrichs IV., x. 439 

(n. 3), 457 (n. 3). 
Cornelius of Giuda (painter) addicted to 

drinking, xi. 340. 
' Cornelius Relogatus,' by Albert Wichgrew, 

rector of Pritzwalk [1600], xii. 150-5, 155 

(n.); xiii. 177, 319 (n. 1). 
performed bv students at Rostock 

[1600], xiii. 177. 
translated into German by John 

Summer [1605], xii. 150; xiii. 177-8. 
Cornellii, Jacob, false witness against, and 

his torture and death, xvi. 184-6. 
Nannius Jacobi, his torture and death, 

xvi. 184, 186-7. 
Comely, R., viii. 218 (n. 1), 219 (re. 3). 
Leben des seli/jen Petrus Faber, erstrn 

Priesters der Qeseusehaft Jesu, vi. 407 (n. 1). 
Corner, David Gregory, xi. 329 (re. 4). 

Catholic hymn-book by, xi. 276-7. 

on polemical spirit of Protestant hymns, 

xi. 286. 
Corner, Hermann, of Liibeck, proverbs in 

prose chronicles by, i. 291-2. 
Cornopaus, Nicholas, xii. 55 (n. 1). 
preaches against prevalence of vice and 

crime, xi. 12. 
Coron, conquered by Andrea Doria, v. 391. 
' Corona dignitatis muliebris,' by Andrew 

Schoppius [1596], xii. 208-10, 203 (». 2). 
Corpus Catholic.,' Palk, xiv. 240 (re. 2), 251 

(n. 3), 258 (n. 1), 264 (n. 1), 292 (n. 1), 

296 (n. 3). 

Corpus Christi Day,' ix. 116 (n. 1). 
festival, i. 276 ; iv. 79 ; ix. 390 

(n. 2), :i'J3 (n. 1). 

plays in Munich, xii. 9. 

procession of, viii. 297. 

rising of people at. viii. 382. 

at Augsburg, v. 248 ; vii. 173. 

wanton games at [1528], xvi. 

85-6, 66 (n.l). 
' Corpus Doctrinse,' drawn up by Martin 

Chemnitz and Jan, ,, viii. 17". 17 I 

(n. 1). 



' Corpus Doctrinae,' bv Melanchthon, viii. 
171, 171 (re. 2), 174, 178. 179. 

' Corpus Doctrinae,' Matthew Judex, vii. 7 
(n. 1). 

' Corpus doctrinae Prutenicum,' vii. 305 (re. 2). 

Corp. Hist., xvi. 237 (ft. 2). 

Corpus Juris, the, xv. 141. 

' Corpus Misnicum,' viii. 171 (n. 2). 

' Corpus Reformatorum,' Melanchthon, iv. 
363 (n. 1), 367 (n. 1) ; v. 82 (re. 1), 91, 94 
(n. 1), 95 (ft. 2), 96 (re. 2), 100 (re. 1, 2), 173 
(re. 4), 176 (re. 5), 192 (n. 2), 210 (n. 1), 
212, 219 (n. 2), 220 (n. 1, 2), 225 (ft. 1), 
232 (n. 1), 254 (n. 2), 255 (n. 1), 256 
(n. 1), 259 (n. 2), 260 (n. 2), 261 (n. 1, 2), 
265 (n. 1), 266 (re. 1,2, 3, 4), 267 (n. 1, 
•1), 269 (n. 1), 270 (n. 1), 271 (re. 3), 272 
(m. 1, 2), 273 (n. 2), 281 (n. 2), 282 (re. 1), 
287 (re. 1), 290 (n. 2), 294 (re. 1), 306 (n. 3), 
327 (n.l), 345 (n. 2), 346 (re. 1, 2). 416 
(re. 3), 490 (n. 1), 509 (n. 1), 522 (re. 2), 524 
(n. 1), 525 (n. 1), 528 («. 1, 2, 3), 532 (n. 1), 
534 (n. 1, 4), 535 (n. 1), 543 (re. 1), 553, 556 
(Appendix, Note XVIH.) ; vi. 2 (re. 1), 3 (re. 
2, 4), 45 (re. 3), 55 (n. 1), 79 (re. 1), 80 (n. 1), 
82 (re. 1), 94 (n. 1), 99 (re. 2), 100 (n. 1), 114 
(n. 1), 123 (n. 3, 4), 126 (re. 1), 142 (re. 1), 
152 (n. 1), 185 (n. 1), 188 (re. 1, 2, 3), 207 
(n. 3), 241 (n. 1), 244 («.. 1), 250 (n. 1), 
270 (n. 2), 291 (re. 5), 302 (n. 1), 332, 482 
(re. 2), 535 (n. 1), 537 (re. 1) ; vii. 30 
(n. 1), 31 (re. 1), 32 (re. 3), 33 (n. 1), 34 
(re. 1, 2), 35 (n. 1), 39 (n. 2, 4), 40 (re. 1), 41 
(n. 4), 47 (n. 1, 2), 55 (n. 2), 57 (n. 1, 2). 
58 (re. 1), 67 (n. 2), 77 (n. 1), 98 (n. 2), 136 
(n. 1), 138 (n. 1), 140: (n. 2), 141 (n. 1), 142 
(re. 2), 280 (n. 2) ; viii. 238 (n. 1), 418 ; x. 
368 (re. 2, 3), 369 (re. 1) ; xiii. 167 (re. 1), 23 
(n. 2), 268 (n. 2), 286 (n. 2), 326 (re. 2), 328 
(n. 1, 2, 3, 4), 329 (re. 1, 2), 339 (re. 3), 446 
(re. 1) ; xiv. 126 (n. 1, 2, 3), 127 (n. 1, 2), 
128 (re. 1), 129 (n. 2), 147 (re. 1, 2), 148 (n. 1), 
149 (n. 1), 191 (n. 1), 504 (n. 1)^ xv. 142 
(re. 1), 456 (n. 2) ; xvi. 21 (re. 1, 2). 22 
(re. 2, 3), 23 (n. 2). 

■ Melanchthon's letters in, iii. 354 



(re. 1), 357 (re. 1). 

opposition to, in Saxony, viii. 406. 

' Corpus Thuringicum' [1571], viii. 410 (re. 1). 

Correggio and the ' nude,' xi. 90. 

Correro, Giovanni, Venetian ambassador, 

on Charles IX. of France, vii. 266 (n. 1). 
on danger threatening Empire from 

Turks, viii. 350 (n. 1). 
sent as Venetian delegate to Diet of 

Ratisbon [1576], viii. 373. 
on short life of Germans [1574], xv. 421, 

421 (n. 3). 
' Correspondance de Guillaume le Taciturne,' 

Gachard, viii. 15 (n. 1). 
' Correspondance de Marguerite de Parme,' 

Gachard, viii. 13 (n. 2). 
' Correspondance de Philippe II.,' Gachard, 

viii. 18 (n. 3). 
' Correspondance de Philippe II.,' Gachard, 

viii.:. 25 (n.2), 26 (re. 1, 2), 27 (n. 1, 2), 33 

(re. 2, 3), 35 (re. 1, 2), 46 (n. 4), 127 (n. 3, 4). 

132 (n. 3), 141 (n. 1), 145 (n. 2) ; ix. 357 

(re. 3). 
' Correspondance de Philippe IV.,' Gachard, 

viii. 64. 
' Correspondance des Reforraateurs dans les 

Pays de Langue Francaise,' Herminjard, 

v. 70 (n. 1), 135, 447. 
Correspondence, wide, amongst scholars of 

15th cent., i. 107. 
Correspondence,' Roiffenberg, viii. 15 (n. 1). 
'Correspondence,' Rommel, ix. 44 1 (re. 1), 

i I", (n. ."). Hit („. 4), 500 (re. 2). 



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INDEX 



' Correspondence between Philip and Rucer, 
Lenz, v. 410 (n. 1). 

'Correspondence of the Emperor Charles V.,' 
by Bradford, iv. 10 (n.). 

' Correspondence with Albert of Prussia,' Voigt, 
vii. 45 (n. 1). 

Correspondents, x. 550 : see also Estates, 
Corresponding. 

' Correspondenz,' Lanz, iv. 7, 25, 26 (n. 1, 2), 
27 (n. 1), 347 (n. 1) ; v. 2 (n. 3), 21 (n. 1), 
335 (n. 1), 352 (n. 1, 2), 359 (n. 2, 3), 378 
(n. 2), 421 (n. 1), 436 (n. 1, 2), 437 
(n. 2, 3, 4), 441 (n. 2), 442 (n. 1), 446 (n. 1), 
487 (n. 1), 545 (Appendix, Note I.); vi. 
5-6 (n. 3), 135 (n. 1), 239 (n. 1, 2). 307 
(n. 1), 327 (n. 2), 396 (n. 3), 371 (n .1), 
470 (n. 2), 475 (n. 2). 

' Correspondenz u. Actenstiicke zur Gesch. 
d. polit. Verhaltnisse d. Herzoge Wilhelm 
u. Ludwig v. Bayern,' Muff at, v. 20 (n. 2), 
22 (n. 2, 3, 4, 5), 23 (n. 2, 3), 368 (n. 1), 369 
(n. 2, 3), 370 (n. 2), 373 (w. 1, 2), 374 (n. 1), 
377 (n. 1). 

' Corresponding Princes ' and the Jiilich- 
Cleves succession, x. 570-1. 

accuse Archduke Albert of unlawful 

deeds and with introducing foreign 
soldiers into land, x. 571. 

■ clamour for ' Composition Diet ' 

between them and Catholic Estates, x. 
611. 

■ — distrust amongst Catholics as to in- 
tentions of, in proposing ' Composition 
Diet,' x. 614. 

■ — gain a powerful advocate in Klesl, x. 

615. 

■ anxious for TUesl's presence at ■ Com- 
position Diet,' x. 616-7. 

desire exclusion of Elector John 

George I. of Saxony and Louis V., Land- 
grave of Hesse-Darmstadt, from ' Composi- 
tion Diet,' x. 616-7. 

- resolve to prevent election of Arch- 



duke Ferdinand, now King of Bohemia, 

to imperial throne [1617], x. 623. 
form plan for putting forward Duke 

of Lorraine in opposition to Archduke 

Ferdinand, x. 623. 
circulate false report that ' Duke 

Maximilian of Bavaria was aiming at 

Imperial Crown,' x. 625. 
Corvey, Imperial Abbey of, acceptance of 

Protestantism in, v. 452. 

Jesuits at, ix. 359 (n. 1). 

Corvinus, Anton, sent on tour of inspection 

through Duchy of Brunswick, vi. 212. 
his Von der Concilien Oewalt u. Autori- 

tat, xi. 216 (n. 1). 
Corvinus, Elias, poet laureate and professor 

in faculty of artists at Vienna, xiii. 345 

(n. 1). 
Corvinus, John, of Danzig, attacks John 

Arndt, the mystic and ascetic, xiv. 195. 
his attack on J. V. Arndt for heresy, 

xiv. 497, 497 (n. 2). 
Cosmo de' Medici, Duke, 251 (n. 3), 364 (n. 2), 

463 (n. 1). 
created by Pope Pius V. Grand Duke 

of Tuscany [i5701, viii. 91. 
' Cosmograph,' ix. 101 (n. 3). 
' Cosmographey,' Sebastian Mttnster, xii. 

236 (n. 3) ; xv. 172 (n. 1). 
' Cosmographie,' iv. 369 (n. 1). 
1 Cosmographie,' Sebastian Franck, v. 535 

(n. 1). 
Cosmography, science of, study of, at 

Nuremberg, i. 145. 
Coster, Franz (Jesuit), his services to cause of 

Catholic Church, xiv. 344. 



Coster, Franz, his Handbuch der Konlroversen 
[1585], xiv. 344-5. 

his services to Germany, xiv. 355. 

Costume, in Middle Ages, i. 231-2, 234-7, 



238-9. 



bright colours worn, i. 237. 



Cothman, Ernest, on bondage of peasants, 

xv. 145, 145 (n. 1). 
on miserable salaries received by 

University professors, xiii. 276-7, 277 

(n. 1). 
' Cothurnus,' vii. 35. 

Coton, Father, named as a sorcerer, xvi. 458. 
Cotta, Frau, adopts Martin Luther, iii. 79-80. 
Cotta, Johann Friedrich, xiv. 165 (n. 5). 
Cotta, Oesch. d. Oeologie, xiii. 490 (n. 1), 503 

(n. 2). 
Cottbus, vi. 422. 

Cotton, Fr., Erklarungsschreiben, x. 384 («. 1). 
Cotton weavers, sodalities of, ii. 26. 
Coucy, Matthew de, on Jacques Cuer, ii. 83 

(n.). 
Council, Aulic Imperial, ix. 271, 475 ; x. 

527. 
stipulations concerning its com- 
position in Treaty of Passau, ix. 258 (n. 3). 
Count Palatine Frederic IV. and 

his party decline to accept decisions of, ix. 

258. 
loyalty to, of Protestant Estates 

at Diet of Augsburg [1566], ix. 258-9. 
appeal of Protestant Estates for 

help to [1570], ix. 259. 
Landgrave Maurice of Hesse-Cassel 

obtains verdict from, against Duke of 

Brunswick [1596], ix. 259. 
and Imperial Chamber, competi- 
tion between, ix. 259. 

- appeals of Protestant Electors and 



towns to Emperor Rudolf II. against, ix. 
259. 

■ remonstrates with Duke Frederic 



of Wiirtemberg concerning his attack on 
Monastery of Reichenbach [1595], ix. 261. 
• measures taken against, at Con- 



clave at Friedberg [1601], ix. 262-3, 264. 
dispatch of Elector Joachim 

Frederic of Brandenburg to Elector 

Palatine Frederic IV. concerning, ix. 263. 
influence on decisions of, exercised 

by proceedings at Spires Assembly [1601], 

ix. 266-7. 
its supersession proposed, ix. 

271-2. 
proceedings of, at Donauworth 

[1602, 1605], ix. 450-2. 

- its actions declared null and void 



by Diet of Nordlingen [1607], ix. 455. 

-refusal of Palatine party to re- 



cognise jurisdiction of, ix. 520. 

and Evangelical grievances dis- 
cussed at Diet of Rotenburg, x. 531. 

degraded condition of [1615], x. 

555. 

Protestant demands at Diet of 

Ratisbon [1613] concerning, x. 537. 

Council, Electoral, at Diet of Ratisbon 
[1608], deliberations of, on clause pro- 
posed by Council of Princes relating to 
ratification of ' Religious Peace,* ix. 
484-5. 

Council, free apostolic, the proposed, its 
functions and powers, vi. 384—5. 

Council, free Christian : see Free Christian 
Council. 

Council, General Christian, for settlement of 
religious questions, and to discuss Con- 
fession of Augsburg, Emperor's desire to 
convene, v. 256-7, 318 ; vi. 154. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Council, General Christian, resolution in 
Sacred College to convene, v. 320-1 . 

appointment of, petitioned for, 

v. 345-6. 

opening of, regarded by Pro- 
testants as signal for war, vi. 288. 

the holding of, in Germany again 



suggested, vi. 473. 
the holding of, resolved on, by 

Jesuits, viii. 249. 
Council, German National, vi. 473. 
demanded by Smalcald allies, 

for settlement of religious difficulties, at 

Diet of Ratisbon [1546], vi. 302. 

for settlement of religious ques- 



tions, advised by delegates of Imperial 

Cities, at Diet at Augsburg [1547], vi. 

385, 393, 394. 
Council, Imperial : see Council of Regency. 
Council, Lateran : see Lateran Council. 
■ Council of Blood,' viii. 124. 
Council of Bologna : see Bologna, Council of. 
Council of Frankfort : see Frankfort, Council 

of. 
Council, Oecumenical, with Pope, sole 

arbiters in matters of Church regulations, 

vi. 399 ; vii. 240. 
' Council, Perpetual,' Protestant scheme for 

forming, for determination of imperial 

and religious questions, ix. 429. 
Council of Princes : see Princes, Council of. 
Council, Privy, x. 511. 

of War, x. 511. 

Council of Regency 

[ = Reichsregiment], 

iv. 20, 21, 24, 27, 29 

326. 

proposed by Emperor Maximilian I., 



or Imperial Council 
iii. 310, 324, 326 ; 
30; v. 167, 186, 211, 



ii. 252. 
Estates consent to formation 



252. 



of, ii. 



taxation, ii. 252. 



its composition, ii. 173. 

its procedure, ii. 173-4. 

again proposed by Emperor Charles 

V., iii. 161, 317. 
scheme for, drawn up by Electors, 

rejected by Charles, iii. 163-4. 

modification of scheme, iii. 164-5. 

opens at Nuremberg [1522], iii. 275. 

Frederic, Count Palatine, Presi- 



dent of, iii. 275. 

cost of maintenance of, iii. 165, 315, 

316 ; iv. 16, 19, 20, 32. 

■ list of grievances against Roman 



Church, laid before, iii. 184. 

and ecclesiastical complications, iii. 

317, 318. 

— its inefficiency, iii. 276-8. 

Leonard von Eck's criticism of, iii. 



287. 
summons Rhenish Princes and 

towns to arm against Sickingen, iii. 287-8. 

scoffed at by Sickingen, iii. 288. 

his treatment of its envoy, iii. 288. 

Johann von Fuchstein appointed 

assessor to, iii. 291. 
and pamphlet On Secular Authority, 

etc., iii. 295. 

its first sitting, 1521, iii. 307. 

issues decree for perpetuation of the 

Landes/riede, iii. 307. 
changes made in its clauses, iii. 

307. 

and the Diets of 1522-23. iii. 307-29. 

■ summons Diet at Nuremberg, iii. 



307. 



ii! 



edict of 25th March 1522 issued by, 
308. 



Council of Regency imposes general tax, iii. 

309. 
threatens proceedings against cities 

of Worms and Spires, for non-payment of 

taxes, iii. 309. 

and ecclesiastical complications, iii. 



317. 



VI. 



and Luther, iii. 318. 

- and Sickingen, iii. 318-9. 

- charges brought against, by Pope 
iii. 322-3. 

Committee of, formed to 



Pope Adrian VI. 's charges, iii. 323-4. 

opinion of, submitted to Dict.iii. 325. 

— itself violates imperial decrees, iii. 



330. 

Luther's letter to, iii. 334. 

protest of allied Princes against per- 
sonnel of, iv. 20-1. 

orders restoration by Landgrave 

Philip von Hesse of possessions taken 
from Frowen von Hutten, iv. 20. 

— defended by Elector Frederic of 



Saxony, iv. 21. 
general wish expressed at Diet of 

Nuremberg [1524] for abolition of, iv. 

21-2, 23. 

petition of towns against, iv. 22. 

complaints of Duke George of 

Saxony against, iv. 22. 
charged by Bp. of Wilrtzburg with 

Lutheran tendencies, iv. 22. 

— a change in personnel of, advised, iv. 



23. 

question of abolition of, considered 

by Hannart, iv. 24. 
notables agree to continue it for two 

more years, iv. 27. 
members called to account, iv. 27. 



suggested improvements in, iv. 27-8. 

suggestions as to means of main- 
tenance, iv. 29-30. 

proposed removal of, to Eisleben, 



iv. 30. 

advice to Papal Nuncio as to entry 

into Nuremberg, iv. 33. 
letter to, from town council of Con- 
stance, iv. 60. 

its attitude towards peasants' rising, 

iv. 214. 

— its flight, iv. 214. 

Johann von Fuchstein appointed its 



assessor, iv. 225. 
proposed as arbitrator between 

Philip of Hesse and Archbps. of Mayence 

and Treves, v. 177. 
enters protest against league of 

' Christian co-burgership,' v. 207. 
Strassburg delegate deprived of vote 

and seat on, v. 208. 
deliberates as to what steps to take 

towards recalcitrant Protestants, v. 303. 
instructs Elector of Brandenburg to 

declare their allegiance to Emperor and 

Catholic Church, v. 310. 

its incapacity, v. 322. 

election of, demanded by Elector 

Palatine Frederic IIT., viii. 209. 
Council of Trent : see Trent, Council of. 
Council of Tumults : see Tumults, Council of. 
1 Councils ' prepared by Jesuits of Cologne. 

xiv. 370. 
' Counsel to Councillors,' by Johann Rothe, 

i. 286. 
Counts, League of, viii. 139. 139 (n. 2). 
Count Palatine, John Casimir, chosen 

as head "f, ix. 33. 

Petition of : see Petition of Counts. 

Tyrolese, responsibilities of, iv. 336-7. 



130 



INDEX 



Court, High, of Justice, of Holy Empire, at 

Frankfort-on-the-Main, ii. 28. 
of Justice, Imperial, permanent, at 

Frankfort-am-Main, ii. 211-2. 

of Oberbergheim, ii. 28. 

* Court Christians ' as depicted by Bbers in 

Evangelische Inquisition, x. 174-5, 175 

(«. 1). 
' Court Devil,' by Musculus, xii. 323 («. 2). 
Court Dress : see Dress. 

Festivities, xv. 228. 

Life : see Princes and Court Life. 

Painters : see Painters. 

Poetry, xi. 311. 

Royal, of Ensisheim, ii. 28. 

Courtray, viii. 12. 

Courts, Imperial : see Imperial Courts. 

Courts, Saxon, excessive drinking at, xv. 

232, 232 (re. 3). 
fountain-heads of ' all the vices of the 

time,' xv. 228. 
Courts of Arbitration : see Arbitration, 

Courts of. 
Courts, ' sovereign ' importance of, ii. 146. 
Cousin, Gilbert, v. 516 (n. 3). 
Couvillon, John (Belgian), Professor at 

Ingolstadt, xiv. 355. 
sent, by Duke Albert V. of Bavaria, to 

Church Assembly at Trent [1562], xiv. 

355, 355 {n. 1). 
Coxcie, xi. 158 (re. 4). 

Crabbe, Peter, collection of Councils com- 
piled by [1538], xiv. 366. 
Craco, Dr. George, Privy Councillor to 

Elector Augustus of Saxony, viii. 174, 

174 (re. 1). 

at Diet of Augsburg [1566], vii. 365. 

reports on Elector Palatine Frederick 

III. to Elector Augustus, vii. 366. 

perplexities of his position, vii. 366. 

appointed Curator of University of 

Wittenberg, viii. 174. 
his assurance as to banishment of 

Flacians not justified, viii. 183-7. 
his conspiracies with Heidelbergers and 

Swiss discovered, viii. 187-8. 

his imprisonment, viii. 188. 

cruel treatment meted out to, viii. 

191-2. 
declines to intercede in behalf of 

Chancellor Briick, when arrested on charge 

of complicity in Grumbach-Gotha con- 
spiracy, vii. 397. 
his own subsequent sufferings, vii. 

398. 
Elector Augustus of Saxony's mistrust 

of, viii. 198. 
Cracow, v. 18 ; x. 360. 

• Gothic buildings in, i. 169. 

Cathedral, monument to King Casimir 

in, i. 197. 

Church of Our Lady at, i. 197. 

University, xiii. 428. 

students and professors in, i. 93. 

Thomas Murner appointed teacher 

of logic at, xi. 332. 
Cragius, Tilmann, his denunciation of 

preachers of Hildesheim, vii. 28. 

hunted out of the town, vii. 28. 

Cramer, Dr. Daniel, Professor at Stettin, 

vii. 28 (re. 1) ; x. 343 ; xii. 338 (re. 1, 3) ; 

xiv. 338. 
his warning to Christopher Pelargus, 

x. 308-9. 
his attack on Christopher Pelargus, on 

account of his Calvinist leanings, xiv. 178. 
Cramer, H. M. A., translation of Richard 

Simon's History of Translation of New 

Testament, xiv. 446. 



Cramer, John, Professor at Leipzig [1530- 

1602], adopts Ramistic Philosophy [1576] 

and has difficulties with University 

authorities, xiv. 136. 

supported by Elector, xiv. 136. 

resigns [1592], xiv. 136, 136 (re. 2). 

Cramp, Count Hohenlohe's prescription for, 

xiv. 21, 21 (re. 1). 
Cranach [town], spectres of ghosts in castle 

near [1601], xii. 341 (re. 1). 
Cranach, Lucas, of Wittenberg, engraver, i. 

225-6 ; iii. 135 (re. 1) ; xi. 60, 228 (re. 1). 

deterioration of his work, i. 226. 

letter from Luther to, on his approaching 

seclusion, iii. 195. 
influence of comic pictures by, iv. 165, 

165-6 (re. 3). 
degraded caricatures by, illustrating 

Luther's pamphlet against Papacy, vi. 

274 (re. 1). 
his fame and criticism of his work, xi. 

50, 50 (n. 2). 
criticisms and appreciations of, xi. 

167 (re. 1). 
— — his ' Sundenfall,' xi. 50 (re. 2). 
his attacks on the Papacy in his wood- 
cuts ' Passional, Christi und Anti-Christi ' 

[1521], xi. 56, 56 (re. 4). 
publishes scurrilous caricatures, etc., 

xi. 57. 
appreciation of his work bv A. W. 

Becker, xi. 57 (re. 2). 

— his Church pictures, xi. 67. 

• sympathy evoked by, xi. 67-8. 



— large number of portraits produced in 
studio of, xi. 167 (re. 1). 

— sums received by, for portraits [1532], 
xi. 170. 

— his ' Ruhe aui der Flucht ' [ = Rest 
during the Flight] [1504], xi. 167 (re. 1). 

— his prayer-book decorations, xi. 191, 
191 (re. 2). 

- his representation of Religion, xi. 



214. 



215. 



title-page to treatise by Luther, by, xi. 



— representation of Hell by, xi. 219. 

— his vulgar drawings on artillery of 
Duke Henry of Saxony, xi. 227 (re. 1). 

— the notorious indelicacy of his pictures, 
xi. 235-7. 

— ' Jungbrunnen ' [ = Fountain of Youth] 
by, xi. 237. 

— illustrates Luther's September Bible, 
xiv. 404. 

• his illustration of the Papacy [1545], 



xiv. 420 (re. 2). 

his many trades, xiv. 520. 

' Cranach-Studien,' E. Flechsig, xi. 167 (re. 1). 
Cranach, Lindau, xi. 73 (n. 1), 170 (re. 4). 
Cranach, Schuchardt, xi. 57 (re. 2), 58 

(re. 1), 191 (re. 2), 208 (re. 3), 213 (re. 3), 

219 (re. 7), 228 (re. 1). 
Cranach the Younger, painting by, in town 

church of Wittenberg, xi. 69. 
paints numerous family portraits for 

Elector Augustus of Saxony, xi. 170. 
prices paid to, for, xi. 170, 170 

(re. 5). 
Crassus, introducer of Justinian Code into 

Germany, ii. 167 (re. 7). 
Crato, Adam, x. 259. 
Sendbrief gegen Grundmann u. Berss- 

mann, x. 259 (re. 2). 
Crato von Krafftheim, physician to Emperor 

Maximilian II. [1586], xiv. 12, 12 (re. 2). 
blames Carrichter for death of Emperor 

Ferdinand I., xiv. 23. 
on plague in Breslau [1585], xiv. 78. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Crato von Krafftheim,the first German doctor 

to evolve idea of infection in relation to 

plague, xiv. 64, 64 (n. 3). 
'Crato von KrafTtheim,' Gillet, viii. 50, 64 

(n. 1, 2), 166 (n. 1), 169 (n. 1), 173 (n. 1), 

418 (n. 5), 428 (n. 2), 437 (n. 1); xiii. 

289 (n. 1). 
Crecelius, ix. 239 (n. 1) ; xii. 47 («. 2) ; xvi. 

266 (n. 3). 
Creed, Luther's, declaration in favour of, at 

Torgau Convention, viii. 406. 
Creed, Sacramental, presented by town of 

Strassburg to Emperor at Diet of Augsburg 

[1530], v. 333. 
Creizenach, W., xii. 168 (». 1), 169 (re. 2), 184 

(n. 1). 

Geschichted. neueren Dramas, xii. 2 [n. 2). 

on Hans Sachs, xii. 144 (n. 1). 

Crell, Wolfgang (Supralapsarian), xiv. 179. 
Cremans, De J. Hochstrati vita, xiv. 262 (re. 1). 
Cremer, Matthias (controversialist), xiv. 298, 

298 (n. 4). 
Crepy, Treaty of, Francis I. promises loyalty 

to, vi. 300. 
Crescens, xiii. 430. 
Crespy, peace signed between Emperor 

Charles V. and Francis I. of France at 

[1544], vi. 258. 

terms of, vi. 258-9. 

■ Francis plots secretly against, vi. 259. 

Cretineau-Joly, x. 372 (n. 1), 384 (re. 1). 
Creusing, Paul, his chronicle of Frankfort-on- 

the-Oder [ = Markische-Fiirsten-Chronik] 

[1572], xiii. 298 (re, 1). 
Creutz, 1'hilipp von, v. 114. 
Creutziger denounces Anabaptists, v. 164. 
Crime, increase of, at time of Church schism, 

xvi. 136-215. 
in Protestant districts, xvi. 136- 

61. 

Catholic districts, xvi. 161. 

Crimes, Tales of Fictitious : see Talcs of 

Fictitious Crimes. 
Criminals, gangs of, in Tyrol, Silesia, Vienna, 

etc., xvi. 162-5. 
Croatia, xiii. 430. 

invaded by Turks, ii. 200 ; v. 12, 212. 

Ambassador from, begs Diet of Nurem- 
berg [1522J for assistance against Turks, 

iii. 314. 
■ threats of inhabitants in case of 



refusal, iii. 314. 

plan to invade, v. 370. 

oppression of peasants in, xv. 182. 

Crocius, John, important Calvinist theo- 
logian of Marburg, xiv. 178, 178 (». 2). 

Crocius, Louis, goes to Bremen Gymnasium, 
xiv. 180. 

Crocus, Cornelius, his Comoedia sacra cui 
tittdus Joseph [1636], xii. 25, 25 (n. 2). 

his Joseph, xiii. 174. 

Croen, Thomas, Bishop of Laibaeh, ix. 174 
(n. 2), 391, 413. 

insulted in streets of Graz, ix. 391. 

Croll, Oswald [d. 1609], Calvinist and de- 
voted disciple of Theoph. Paracelsus, house 
physician to Prince Christian of Anhalt- 
Iternburg and Emperor Rudolf II., xii. 
284-5 ; xiv. 3, 3 (n. 2). 

his defence of Paracelsus in his liasilica 

Chymica, xiv. .'! 4. 

his pantheistic views, xiv. 4-6, 6 (n. 1). 

his pamphlet, Von den Sitjnaturen 

[1609], xiv. ti, 6 («. 2). 

Cromer, Marl in, Bishop of Ermland [1579 
89], xiv. 298, 349, 351. 

successor to Stanislaus llosins, xiv. 351. 

his virr Qespraehe tiberd. wdhre ». falsehe 

llduiion |1560], xiv. 361-2. 



Cromer, Martin, publishes treatise on Celibacy 

[1560], xiv. 352. 

his Catecheses, xiv. 352, 352 (n. 1). 

Cromwell, Thomas, x. 368. 

and Smalcald League, vi. 99. 

Cron, Thomas, Bp. of Laibaeh, success of his 

efforts in restoration of Catholicism and 

friendship for Jesuits, ix. 413-4. 

founds Jesuit College in Laibaeh, ix. 413. 

Cronberg, Elizabeth v., her marriage festivi- 
ties, xv. 336, 336 (n. 2). 
Cronberg, Hartmut von, friend of Franz von 

8iekingen and adherent of Luther, ii. 257 ; 

iii. 281. 

letter to, from Luther, iii. 265-6. 

his threats to Pope, Emperor, and 

nobles, iii. 281-2. 
— — publishes Beklagunn d. Freistiidte 

deutscher Nation, iii. 281. 
property plundered by allied Princes, 

iii. 291. 
his activity in Sickingen's cause in 

Bohemia, iii. 291. 

incites Bohemia to rebel, iv. 225. 

'Cronica van d. hilligen stat van Coellen,* i. 

294-5 ; xiii. 425. 
history of Middle Ages contained in, i. 

294. 
Crossen, vi. 422. 
Crotus, Rubianus, humanist and Head of 

University of Erfurt, and champion of the 

old Church, iii. 28, 113 ; xiii. 382. 

his admiration for Mutian, iii. 32. 

his letter to Reuchlin, iii. 63, 65. 

becomes special friend of Luther, iii. SO, 

103. 

meets Hutten at Bamberg, iii. 112. 

letter to Luther, iii. 134. 

goes forth to welcome Luther, iii. 188. 

his change of front towards Luther, iii. 

200. 
Crotus, Rubianus, and Hutten, THrich von, 

(heir Epistolce Virorum Obscurorum, iii. 68, 

69-70, 71, 73. 

personalities in, iii. 69. 

Crotus, Rubianus : see also Jager, Hans. 
' Crowned Poets ' of Germany, xiii. 347. 
• ■ — their rapid multiplication, their 

methods of crowning, etc. etc.. xiii. 

347-8. 

Bruschius [1541], xiii. 357. 

Celtes crowned [1487], xiii. 347. 

Frisehlin [1576], xiii. 365. 

Schiitz [Toxites] [1544], xiii. 351. 

■ Taubmann, xiii. 348. 

Cruciger, Dr. George, theological professor 

of Wittenberg, xiv. 178 ; xvi. 24. 
letter of, to Veit Dietrich concerning 

Luther, vi. 270-7, 280 (n. 4). 
and Catholics at Leipzig University, 

vi. 55. 
declines to sign ' Articles of Toman ' 

and calls them a 'medley' [1574], viii. 



190. 

— sentenced to Imprisonment and banish- 
ment, viii. 190. 

— aids Luther in translation of the 
' Prophets ' in Old Test anient, xiv. 406. 

— abused by Conrad Schliisselhurg at 
Wittenberg, xiv. 172. 

revision of his Bible, 



In the Middle Ages. 



aids Luther in 
xiv. 407, 408. 
Cruel, on preaching 

34 5 (re. 1). 
Criiger, xii. 164 (n. 2). 

Crusade against Turks |1">2::i thought to be 
, assured, iv. 10. 
preached by Pope Tins ii . (allure 

of, ii. 200. 



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Crusaders, mass of literary material brought 

home by, i. 302-3. 
Crusius, Jacob, of Bamberg, Jesuit con- 
troversialist [d. 1617], xiv. 334. 
Crusius, Martin, professor of Greek, Latin, 

and philosophy at Tubingen, xiii. 362 ; 

xiv. 152 (». 2). 

on itinerant students, xii. 307 (n. 2). 

Iris condemnation of Frischlin's Latin 

dramas as coarse, xiii. 175. 
■ — — insubordination of his son at Tubingen 

University [15911, xiii. 314. 
his acquirements, xiii. 338. 

— friendship between, and Nicodemus 



Frischlin, xiii. 363, 363 (n. 1). 

— Greek grammar by, xiii. 393 (w. 2). 

— attempts to win over Greek Church to 
Protestantism, xiv. 167 (n. 3). 

• extract from diary of [1595], concerning 



two goldmakers in Stuttgart, xv. 294, 

294 (n. 1). 
' Crypto-Calvinistische Catechismus (der),' 

Klose, viii. 175 (». 1). 
Crypto-Calvinists : see Calvinists, Crypto. 
Cuba, J. de, Kreuterbuch [new ed. 1587], 

xiv. 50 (n. 3), 52 {n. 1). 
Cuer, Jacques, Finance Minister to Charles 

VII., ii. 83 (».). 
Cues on the Mosel, chapel at, i. 171. 
Cujacius, James, professor of jurisprudence 

at Bourges, xiii. 413. 
Culemberg, Count, takes part in destruction 

of his own church, viii. 23. 
' Culinary Portal,' by Wendel Dietterleiu, 

xi. 109-10, 110 {>i. 1). 
Culmann, John, on absence of Rostock 

professors from their posts, and departure 

of students [1555], xiii. 278, 278 (». 3). 
Culmbach, salary of teacher at, i. 29. 
■ — ■ — disastrous visitation of plague at, xiv. 

67, 67 (n. 1). 

Margrave of, ix. 446. 

-joins Protestant League [1606], 



ix. 444. 

Culsamer, warned by Usingen, iv. 301, 302. 
' Cultur der Renaissance in Italien,' Burck- 

hardt, xii. 315 (n. 1). 
Culture and Learning, xiii. 325-548. 
Cunz, iv. 140 (n. 2) ; xi. 262 (n. 2). 
Cupboard made for Philip II., Duke of 

Pomerania, by Ulrich Paunigartner 

[1616], i. 188-9. 
' Curates go to church for the canons, the 

canons go to hell for the curates,' origin 

of saying, vii. 170 (n. 3). 
Curaus, Joachim, Exegesis, viii. 185-7, 186 

(w.2). 

See also ' Exegesis. 
Curia, Roman, Pope Pius IV. and Emperor 

Ferdinand anxious for reform of, vii. 

253-4. 

abuses at, xiv. 320, 320 (n. 3). 

'Curieuse Nachrichten,' v. 341 (n. 1) ; vi. 

173 (n. 2) ; vii. 170 (n. 1) ; viii. 75 (w. 1). 
'Curiosa Saxon.' [1764], xv. 348 (n. 2). 
Curiam!, Dukedom of, bestowed upon 

Gotthard von Ketteler, vii. 116. 
Currency, question as to, iv. 19. 
' Cursus Eccianus,' by John Eck, xiv. 374. 
Curtius, James, prebendary at Constance, 

pays expenses of eight scholars at Dillingen 

University, xiii. 229-30. 

his garden at Lindau, xiii. 532. 

Curtius, Rufus, xiii. 154, 162. 

Griech. Geschichte, xi. 80 (n. 1). 

Christopher Bruno's ed. of works of, 

xiii. 389. 
Matthew Rader's version of works of 

[1615], xiii. 393. 



Curtze, xiv. 483 (n. 5) ; xvi. 267 (n. 4), 

498 (n. 2). 
his Gesch. des evangl. Kirchenyesangs 

im Fiirstentum Waideck, xi. 259 (». 3). 
Cusa, Nicholas of : see Nicholas of Cusa, 

Cardinal. 
Cusano, Galeazzo, vii. 271 (n. 2). 
Cusanus : see Nicholas of Cusa, Cardinal. 
Cuspinian, Johann, his precocity, i. 75. 

his The Virtue of Plants, i. 343. 

to Wilibald Pirkheimer on new 

Nuremberg Gymnasium [1527], xiii. 100, 

100 (n. 3). 

— his contribution to German history, 



xiii. 424. 

— his Austria, xiii. 425, 425 («. 1). 

— his attitude towards old and new faiths, 
xiii. 426. 

his influence on historian Aventin, xiii. 



428. 

Cuspinianus : see Spiesheimer, Johann. 
Customs-duty: see Taxes. 
' Cyclopaedia Paracelsica Christiana,' xiii. 

68 («. 4). 
Cyeschaw, Jan von, viii. 197 (n. 1). 
Cyprian, Nuterricht von Kirchlichen Vereini- 

gung der Protestanten, x. 320 (n. 1). 
Cyprianus, Tabellarum, viii. 233 (n. 3), 

235 (n. 3), 244 (n. 3), 325 (n. 3) ; ix. 

294 («. 1). 
Cyprus, Island of, surrender of, demanded 

by Sultan Selim II., viii. 104. 

attacked by Ottomans, viii. 105. 

■ Nicosia in, taken by Turks [1570], 

viii. 107. 
ceded to Sultan Selim II., by Venice 

[1573], viii. 112. 
Cyrenensis, Lucius, xiii. 430. 
'Cyriakus' acted at Munich [1596], xiii. 198. 
Cyril of Alexandria, xiv. 336. 
works of, ed. by Peter Canisius 

[1546], xiv. 367-8. 
Cysat, John Baptist, pupil of Christopher 

Seheiner, and astronomical discoverer, 

xiii. 478, 478 (n. 1). 
publishes pamphlet on comet of 1618, 

xiii. 478. 
■ ins garden at Lucerne, xiii. 533, 



533 (n. 2). 

Czaslau, Diet at [1608], summoned by Arch- 
duke Matthias, to meet delegates from 
Hungary, Moravia, and Austria for settle- 
ment of political affairs, ix. 507. 

Archduke Maximilian proposed as 

new king of Bohemia and future emperor, 
ix. 507. 

■ — rejected by Bohemia, ix. 508. 

Czerny, xv. 180, 184 (n. 2), 188 («. 1), 
189 (n. 2), 190 (w. 1, 2), 191 (n. 1, 2, 3), 
192 (n. 1, 2), 193 (n. 1). 

Dabercustus, Matthias, co-rector of Prince's 

School at Meissen [1543], xiii. 78 (n. 3). 
rector of school at Schwerin [1553], 

xiii. 78 (n. 3). . 
Dacheux, Geilers v. Kaysersberg, xxi. ; Artikel 

und Briefe, xiii. 396 (n. 1) ; xv. 445 (n. 1, 2), 

446 (n. 1). 
' Dsemonolatriae libri tres,' Nicholas Remi- 

gius, xvi. 398 (n. 1). 
Dahlen, Lambert von, v. 473. 
Dahlmann, Schauplatz, xii. 210 (n. 3). 
Dahme, murder at, xvi. 160. 
Dahnert, xiii. 270 (n. 3), 301 (n. 2) ; xv. 

40 (n. 1, 2), 82 (n. 5), 148 (m. 1, 2, 3), 

149 (n. 1), 385 (». 1), 482, 622 (n. 3), 

523 (n. 1,2,3). 
Daisenberger, Zum Schulwesen Miinchens im 

Jahre 1560, xiii. 156 (n. 2). 



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Dake, Ycrsuch e. Geschichte il. Gymnasiums 

zu Minden, xiii. 26 (n. 2). 
Dalberg, Barbara von, i. 82. 
Dalberg, Johann von, Bishop of Worms and 

Patron and Curator of Heidelberg Uni- 
versity, i. 67, 77, 82, 101, 2*3. 

intellectual influence of, i. 106-9. 

social meeting at house of, i. 106. 

death of, i. 107. 

Wilibald Pirkheimer's tribute to, i. 

107-8. 

epitapli on grave, i. 108. 

Dalberg, Wolfgang von, Archbishop of 

Mayence : see Wolfgang von Dalberg. 
Dalchaw, Mauritius, pastor at Kulinonials, 

ordination of, at Berlin, vii. 291. 

his ignorance, vii. 291. 

Dalechamps, James, botanist, xiii. 521 («. 2). 
Dalham, Concilia SalisOurgensia, xvi. 

233 (». 1). 
Dalhem, village of, viii. 41. 
Dalmatia, xiii. 430. 

' Dame Jutta,' mystery play of, i. 281-2. 
Damhouder, Jodokus, Dutch jurist. 
on forms of torture in use [1581], xvi. 

182-3, 182 (n. 1), 183 (n. 1). 
his Practica rerum criminalium, xvi. 

187 (». 2). 
on failure of people to aid in adminis- 
tration of justice, xvi. 210, 210 (n. 2). 
Damm, ravages of bubonic plague in [1606], 

xiv. 81. 
' Damonologie,' Horst, xvi. 512 (n. 4). 
' Damonomagie,' Horst, xvi. 252 (n. 1). 
Damvillers, French camp at, vi. 473. 
Danaus Lambert, of Geneva, Calvinist, 

x. 344 (n. 2) ; xiii. 363-4, 364 (n. 1) ; 

xvi. 324-5, 338, 364 (n. 1), 391. 
his Ethica Christiana [1577], x. 

226 [n. 2) ; xiv. 195. 
• — — his belief in witches, xvi. 363. 
his advocacy of torture and death for 

witches in his Dialogus de veneficis, xvi. 

363-4. 
' Dance of Death,' illustrated, i. 43, 217. 
' Dance of Death, The,' by Nicholas Manuel, 

xi. 217. 
Dances, immoral, xv. 348, 348 («. 1, 2) ; 

xvi. 139-41. 
Dancing in Middle Ages, i. 233-4. 
combined with music and words in 

folk-songs, i. 255. 
English teachers of, at Dresden 1 1586], 

xv. 268, 268 (n. 4). 
Danes, x. 81. 

their German origin, ii. 107. 

* Daniel,' Nigrinus [1574], xiii. 38 (n. 1), 380 

(«. 3) ; xv. 175 (n. 1). 

Biblical drama by Sehbnaeus, xiii. 172. 

Daniel, Book of, v. 101 (w. 1). 

Daniel, l)es Etudes Cattiques dans la Societe, 

iii. 3 (n. 1). 
Daniel Brendel von Homburg, Electoral 

Archbishop of Mayence, viii. 45, 209, 335, 

368, 370 ; ix. 327, 366. 
declines to attend Council of Trent 

[1562], vii. 288. 

decides against ' lay Chalice,' vii. 244. 

defends compulsory celibacy of priest- 
hood, vii. 252. 

excommunicated by Luther, vii. 282. 

Invited to join League of Landsberg 

I l.'.tiit), viii. (>:;. 
promised aid to Counts of Nassau, 

viii. 143. 

crowns Rudolph il. King oi the 

Romans a< Etattsbon [ 1575], viii. 212. 

celebrates papal jubilee year, \iii 

351-2. 



Daniel Brendel von Homburg becomes over 

lord of Erfurt University, xiii. 257. 
Daniel, Prophet. Luther's lecture on, x. 195. 
' Daniel von Biiren u. d. Hardenbergischen 

Religionshandel in Bremen, 1555 1562,' 

Kottlander, vii. 283 (n. 1). 
Daniel von Soest, satirist, xii. 71-4, 71 (n. 3), 

72 (n. 1). 
Jostes, xiv. 298 (w. 5), 414 (». 1); 

xvi. 48 (n. 1). 
Dannehl, Niederdeulsche Sprache und 

Literaiur, xiv. 411 («. 2), 414 (n. 1). 
Danneil, vii. 292 (n. 1, 2), 293 (n. 1) ; xvi. 

118 (n. 1). 
'Dannhiiser' [Tannhauser], xiii. 170 («. 1). 
Dante, his Divine Con<edy, 1st ed. of, i. 13. 

and Rudolph of Hapsburg, ii. 196. 

Emperor Albert, ii. 196. 

Emperor Henry VII., ii. 196. 

' Dante in Deutschland.' Grauert, xii. 163 

(n. 1). 
Dantiscus, Johannes, Bishop of Ermland. 

Polish Ambassador, visits Luther at 

Wittenberg [1523], iii. 262-3. 
■ as Latin poet and hymn-writer, xiii. 

391. 

his poem to Copernicus, xiii. 391. 

■ to Constantino Alliopagus, xiii. 

391-2, 392 (n. 1). 

and Eobanus Hessus, xiii. 392 (n. 1). 

Dantzic, city of Teutonic Order, ii. 132 ; 

x. 315. 

■ chief of Hanseatic towns, ii. 49. 

■ importance of, in 15th cent., ii. 3. 

Carmelite Church, i. 171. 

Holy Trinity Church, i. 171. 

St. Anna's Chapel, i. 171. 

St. Bartholomew's Church, i. 171. 

■ St. John's Church, i. 171. 

St. Mary's Church, i. 171. 

bells of, i. 194. 

coal-heavers' contributions to- 
wards, ii. 33. 
the centre of Prussian and Livonian 

Hanseatic League, ii. 48. 
vast trade done by, in 15th cent., ii. 

49-50. 
flotillas belonging to, in 15th cent., 

ii. 50. 

size of vessels, ii. 51-2. 

shipbuilding, excellence of, ii. 52. 

■ foreign trade of, in 15th cent., ii. 52. 

and Liibeck, co-operation between, ii. 

52. 
■ lays embargo on Bremen ships, goods, 

etc., vii. 282. 

refuses to sign tb.' Bergen Book, yiii. 128. 

picture of Day of Judgment at, xi. 218. 

- 3000 deaths from ' English Plague ' 



at [1602], 
in [1529], 

vi. 467 ; 



in, xiv. 62. 
ravages of bubonic plague 

xiv. 80. 
' English sweating sickness 

xvi. 148 (n. 2). 
Dantzig : tee Dantzic. 
Danube, the, iv. 171, 232, 233 

viii. 309. 
ami Baltic, the, communication 

between, ii. 52. 

fleet: see Elect, Danube. 

war on, and in Saxony [1546-47], 

vi. 332-59. 
Claudius Jagus threatened with 

death in, viii. 220. 
Danube Society, founding of, i. 159. 
Danzay, von, to Duplessis-Mornay or Bergen 

Hindi or I'.ook of {•unn, ril | 1580], viii. 480. 

' Danziger Theater in sechzehnten u.siebzehn- 

ten Jahrhundert,' S. Bolte, xii. 163 (n. 2). 



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' Danzigs Handelgeschaft,' ii. 54 («.)• 
Dardanelles, of the Morea, conquered by 
Andrea Doria, v. 391. 

Straits of the, viii. 1 10. 

Darmstadt, witch-trials in [1585], xvi. 496, 

496 (n. 2). 
Darmstadt, district of, deprived of hunting 
and preserving rights under Duke 
Frederick XV., 324. 
' Darstellung des schmalkaldischen Krieges 
in d. Denkwiirdigkeiten Kaiser Karl V.,' 
Le Mang, vi. 289 (n. 2). 
' Darstellung des Todes u. Totentanses auf d. 
Jesuitenbiihnen,' Diirrwachter, xiii. 197 
(n. 1). 
' Das Dominikanerkloster zu Frankfurt-am- 

Main,' Koch, ix. 334 (w. 1). 
' Dass Jungfrauen die Kloster niimer gotlieh 

verlassen mogen,' Dietcnberger, xiv. 266. 
Dassel, Hartwig von, of Liineberg, his 
severity towards sorcery, xvi. 501, 502, 
502 (n. 1,2). 
Dasypodius, Theophilus, vii. 275 (n. 1). 
Dath, De Pace Publica, v. 404 (n. 1). 
Daule, Florian, and the devil, xii. 323. 
Daum, Magistrat u. Reformation, v. 143 (n. 2). 
Daun, John Philip, Rliinegrave zu, at 

Court of Henry II. of France, vi. 422. 
Dauphin of France, becomes hostage for 
Francis I., v. 6. 

encamps before Perpignan [1542], vi. 179. 

David, his life of Henry V., xiii. 431 (n. 1). 
' David and Goliath,' reiigious drama by Wolf- 
gang Schmeltzl [1545], xii. 13, 13 (n. 1). 
Davila on miserable condition of German 
Army on its return from France [1587], ix. 
135. 
Davison, letter of, to Count Palatine John 

Casimir, ix. 5 (n. 2). 
Davos, mortality from plague at [1585-86], 

xiv. 76. 
Dax, Paul [Glass-Painter of Nuremberg], 
defective work by [1554], xi. 155. 

inadequate payment received by, xi. 

155-6. 
Day-labourers in Middle Ages, wages of, i. 

348-53. 
Day of Judgment : see Judgment, Day of. 
' Day that is so full of joy,' hymn, xi. 276. 
' De abusu uruscopiae,' by Euricius Cordus, 

xiii. 511 (n. 1). 
' De Anima,' by Melanchthon, xii. 341. 
' De Arte Cabbalistica,' by Johannes Reuch- 

lin, iii. 44. 
' De Arte impressoria,' ii. 53 (n. 1), 63 (11. 1). 
' De Arte impressoria,' by Wempheling, i. 10 

(n. 1). 
' De atheismo,' G. Voetius, xiv. 379 (n. 3). 
' De aureo deute maxillari pueri Silesii' [1595], 

Horstius, xii. 269 (n. 1). 
• De barbarico literarum et artium liberalium 

contemptu,' Musculus, xiii. 380 (n. 2). 
' De barbarie imminente,' Hofmann L1578], 
xiii. 297 (n. 3) ; xiv. 32 (n. 1) ; xvi. 98 
(n. 1), 134 (n. 1). 
« De Beghardis et beguinabus,' Mosheim, xiv. 

399 (n. 1). 
' De Calvinismo f ugiendo,' Meisner [1614], xiv. 

188 (n. 1). 
De Canditto, xi. 158 (n. 3), 208 (n. 3), 238 (ii. 2). 
' De Captivitate Babylonica,' iii. 135 (n.). 
' De caritate annonae ac fame conciones tres,' 

Lavater, xvi. 364 («. 2). 
' De Cassandri eiusque sociorum studiis 

irenicis,' Fritzer, xiv. 327 (n. 3). 

' De Catechismi Romani Auctoritate, bei 

Natalis Alexander,' Reginald, viii. 277 (n. 1). 

' De Civitate Dei,' St. Augustine, Commentary 

on, by Vivos, xvi. 190 (n. 1), 217 (n. 1), 354. 



De contemptu artium et eas docentium 

miseriis,' Mencelius [1570], xiii. 121 (n. 6). 
' De Conviviis,' iEgidius Albertinus, xi. 300 

(n. 1) ; xv. 394 (n. 1). 
' De corporis humani fabrica libri septem,' xiv. 

34 (n. 1). 

See also Sieben Bticher, etc. 
' De Dae monomania Magorum,' Bodin, xi. 

380, 380 (n. 1), 382. 
' De doctrina Christiana,' St. Augustine, xvi. 

217 (n. 1). 
' De duabis naturis in Christo,' Martin 

Chemnitz [1570], xiv. 153 (n. 1). 
' De facult. evangel, in Univ. Lipsic origini- 

bus,' Winer, xiv. 143 (n. ]). 
' De Facult. Theol. Evangel, in Universitate 

Lips, originibus,' vi. 56 (n. 1). 
' De fide hsereticis servanda,' Becanus. x. 206 

(n. 2). 
' De Fr. Lamberto Avenion,' Stieve, v. 80 

(n. 1). 

* De G. Wicelio,' Kampschulte, xiv. 286 

(n. 2), 291 (n. 2). 
' De Genesi ad literam,' St. Augustine, xvi. 

217 (n. 1). 
De Gertache, Hist. d. Royaume d. Pays-Bas, 

viii. 20 (n. 5). 
' De Haereticis et sortilegiis eorumque 

poenis,' Grillandus [1536], xvi. 383 (n. 1). 

* De hominibus propriis,' Husanus [1590 or 

1550], xv. 144 (n. 4), 149 (n. 1). 
'• De Hortis Germaniae,' xiii. 533 (n. 1). 
' De Huberti Langueti vita,* Waddington, x. 

371 («. 1). 
' De imposturis daemonum [1562], xvi. 229 

(n. 1). 
' De institia et iure,' Lessius, xvi. 404 (n. 1). 
' De inventione dialectica,' Agricola, xiv. 

373, 373 (n. 1). 
' De J. Fabri vita scriptisque,' Kettner, xiv. 

306 (n. 1), 308 (n. 3). 
' De Joanne Arndtio ejusque libris qui in- 

scribuntur " De vero Christianismo,'" 

Perz, xiv. 492 (n. 2), 497 (n. 3). 
' De Joannis Cochlaei vita,' Weldige-Cremer, 

xiv. 277 («. 2), 282 (n. 1), 283 (n. 1). 
' De jure regni apud Scotus' [1580], Buchanan, 

x. 373 (n. 2). 
' De justa reipublicae Christianae in reges 

impios et haereticos auctoritate,' x. 374 

(n. 3) ; authorship of, x. 374 (n. 3), 

375. 
' De L. Fuchsis,' Lorenz, xiii. 518 (n. 2). 
' De la Litterature neerlandaise,' Thijm, xiii. 

346 (w. 1). 
' De Lamiis,' Weyer [1577], xvi. 320 (n. 2), 322 

(ii. 3). 
' De laniis et phitonicis mulieribus, Teutonice 

Dnholden vel Hexen.,' etc., Molitoris, xvi. 

254-6, 255 (n. 1), 256 (n. 1). 
' De lapide philosophico tractatus ' [1611], 

xii. 291 (n. 1). 

* De Laudibus Sodomiae et Paederastiae,' x. 

38 (n. 2). 
' De libero arbitrio,' Hunnius [1598], xiv. 

186 (n. 5). 
' De Lorenzi,' xv. 439 (n. 1), 440 (n. 1), 

441 (n. 1), 443 (n. 2), 444 (n. 1, 2). 
' De ludi magistorum miseriis ' [1567], 

Uranius, xiii. 121 (n. 6). 
' De Magia,' A. von Haen, xvi. 382 (n. 2). 
' De maleficis,' Peter Martyr Vermigli, xvi. 

364 (n. 2). 
' De numine eiusque providentia. Opuscula ' 

[1651], xiv. 379 (n. 3). 
' De occulta philosophia,' Agrippa, xii. 

281 (n. 1). 
' De ortu monstrorum Commentarius,' Wein- 

richius, xii. 238 (n. 2). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



4 De Pace Religionis Acta,' Lehmann, x. 

171 (n. 1). 
* De pace religionis in imperio Romano sub 

regimine D. Caroli V.' L1607], Springer, 

x. id.", (n. 2). 
' De Papismo, disputatio 19, De Papismo, 

disputatio 20,' Gisenius, x. 208 (re. 2), 

220 (n. 1). 
' De personale unione duarum naturarum in 

Christo ' [1561], Brenz, xiv. 153 (re. 1). 
' De poenitentia,' J. Eck [1522], xiv. 315, (re, 3), 

319, 319 (re. 2). 
' De potestate daemonum maleficarum,' Zink, 

xvi. 345 (re. 3). 
' De praestigiis dssmonum et incantationibus,' 

Weyer [1563], xvi. 257 (re. 1), 287 (n. 1), 

311 (re. 1). 
1 De priraatu,' J. Eck, xiv. 238 (re. 1), 319- 

20, 319 (n. 3), 320 (n. 1, 2, 3), 372 (re. 2). 
1 De Protestfantismo artibus haud infesto,' 

Griiiieisen, xi. 39 (n. 1). 
De re metallica,' xiii. 504 («. 1). 
1 De recte formando theologiae studio,' 

Hypcrius [1556], xiv. 175 (n. 1), 220 (n. 2). 
De Reformatione Ecclesiae,' viii. 273 (re. 2). 
De rege et regis institutione ' [1590], x. 

376 (re. 1). 

De regno humanitatis comoedia prima,* 

Grctser, xiii. 197 (re. 1). 
De Reliquiis Lutheri,' Goetz, ix. 151 (re. 1). 
De rerum aeternitate : Nic. Taurelli Meta- 

physices universalis partes quatuor,' 

Taurellus [1604], xiv. 138 (n. 3). 
De Sacerdotum vita instituenda,' Trithemius, 

xiv. 382 (». 3). 
De sacrae scriptural dissonis translationi- 

bus,' Lett), xiv. 425 (re. 2). 
De Sacramentarismo,' Wigand, vii. 71 (re. 3). 
De sagarum natura et potestate,' etc., 

Scribonius, xvi. 376-7. 
De Script, anon, syntagma,' Placcius, x. 

377 (re. 1). 

De Scripturae s. auctoritate.* Bullinger, xiv. 

181 (re. 6). 

De secretis,' Wecker, xvi. 372 (re. 1). 
De Sectis, Dissensionibus, Pontiflcorum 

liber ' [1565], x. 329 (re. 3). 
De servo arbitrio adv. Erasm.,' Luther, 

xiv. 187, 187 (n. 4), 190 (n. 2): xvi. 

271 (re. 2). 
De Spectris, le muribus,' Lavater, copper- 

plate engraving appended to, xii. 341 

(re. 1) ; xvi. 374 (re. 1). 
' De syn. dicec.,',Benedict XIV.,xiv. 396 (re. 2). 
De Tribus Linquis et Ratione Studii Theo- 

logici,' iii. 39 (re.). 
1 De triplici regione claustratium,' Trithemius, 

xiv. 383 (». 2). 
' De Varia Aristotelis in Academia Parisiensi 

fortuna,' ed. Launoius, xiv. 120 (re. 1). 
' De Varia Aristotelis fortuna,' Elswick, 

xiv. 134 (re. 1), 135 (re. 1), 142 (n. 5). 
De Varia Aristotelis in scholis Protestantium,' 

BlBwick, xiv. 12(1 (re. 1). 

1 De vera et falsa libertate credendi auct. 

Lorichio' [1577], x. 180-1, 181 (re. 1). 
' De vera et falsa magia,' Loos, xvi. 358 (re. 1). 
its loss and recovery by Burr, xvi. 

358 (n. 1). 
' De Verbi Dei corruptelis i. praemonito ad 

lectorem,' Canisius, xiv. 436 (re. 1). 
' De Verbo Dei,' Bellarmin, xiv. 396 (n. 2). 
' De Verbo Mirifico,' Reuchlin, iii. 4 1. 
' Dc Veritate Catholicas fidei contra gentiles,' 

Aquinas, xiv. 116 (re. 1). 
1 De virgis, ipsarumque laude et recto usu,' 

BosalechiuB, xiii. 2">i (re. 8). 
' De virtute Christiana libri tres,' Vcnatorius 

[1529], xiv. 194, 194 (re. 1). 



'De Vita Canisii,' Sacchinus, viii. 315 (re. 3). 
' De Vita et morte L. Fuchsii,' Hizler, xiii. 

518 (re. 2). 
De Wette : see Wette, De. 
' De Wolfgango Mario . . . Programma 

historico-theologicum,' Weist, xiv. 249 

(«. 2). 
' Death of Mary,' by Schaflner, xi. 151. 
Death, punishment by, increased cruelty iu 

methods of, xvi. 205-7, 205 (re, 4). 
' Death Tax ' in Germany in Middle Ages, 

i. 315. 
' Decas Contionum secunda de Magia 

iilicita,' Rudinger, x. 343 (re. 1). 
Dechantskirchen, xvi. 69. 
Dechen, H. von, Das alteste deutsche 

Bergwerksbuch, xiii. 495 (n. 2). 
Decius, Emperor, iv. 61 ; v. 497. 

Hymns of [1529], xi. 259 (n. 3). 

Decker, Prof., his false charge against 

Jesuits [1611], x. 364, 364 (n, 2). 
' Declaration,' religious, Ferdinand's, viii. 

334. 
— — discussion as to its incorporation 

iuto ' Recess ' of Diet of Augsburg [1582], 

ix. 19, 21. 

' Supplementary,' viii. 368. 



' Declaration,' Imperial (Diet of Ratisbon, 
1541), vi. 169, 171. 

' Declaration ' of Ratisbon and Emperor 
Charles V., vi. 249. 

' Declaration ' of Town Council of Augsburg 
regarding abolition of Catholic form of 
worship, v. 504-5. 

' Declaration,' secret, signed by Charles V. 
at Ratisbon [1541], vi. 156. 

ill-effect of, vi. 156. 

articles of, vi. 156-7. 

discussion on, vi. 157-8. 

' Declaration, Supplementary ' [1555], of King 
Ferdinand, viii. 211 (n. 1), 350, 368. 

its recognition advocated by Elector 

Palatine Frederic III., viii. 350-1 ; its 
recognition demanded by Protestant 
Estates at Diet of Ratisbon [1576], viii. 
353. 

terms of ' Declaration,' viii. 353-4. 

its history, viii. 353, 354, 355-6. 

disputes concerning, at Diet of Ratis- 
bon [1576], viii. 356-8. 
■ attitude of Duke Augustus of Saxony 



towards, at Diet of Augsburg [1570], 

viii. 356-7, 358. 
attitude of Win., Landgrave of Hesse, 

towards, viii. 358-9. 

See also ' Ausnahmepatcnt.' 
' Deer, de Reform ' [Council of Trent], viii. 

255 (re. 1), 256 (re. 2), 257 («. 1, 2), 259 

(re. 1, 2, 3), 260 (n. 1), 261 (re. 1), 264 

(re. 1), 272 (n. 3). 
Decrees of Council of Trent, viii. 252-74. 

See also Trent, Council of. 
' Decretals,' the, Commentaries on, by Paul 

Laymann, xiv. 366. 
Dedekind, Frederic, his Qrobianw run 

groben Sitten und unhBflichen Gebarden 

[ = of coarse morals and impolite manners], 

xi. 369 ; xii. 213, 214 (re. 2), 215 (re. 1). 
Dederding, Qesehiehtklitterung, xii. 224 

(re. 2). 
Dedications, flattering, xiii. 342-3 ; xiv. 

524-5. 
Dee, John, alchemist and magician, pat- 
ronised by Emperor Rudolf II., xv. 297. 

at Plague [1584-89], xii. 356 (re. 1). 

his wealth, xv. 297. 

' Deeds of the Romans,' publication of, i. 

SOS. 
' Defence,' by Johannes Pl'efferkorn, iii. 71. 



130 



INDEX 



' Defence against Cologne Calumniators,' 

by Reuchlin, iii. 56-8. 
ordered to be seized by Maximilian, iii. 

59. 
' Defensio alterius sui examinis,' etc., 

Michael Mastlin, x. 68 (n. 1). 
' Defens. 2 de S. Trinitate,' x. 226 (». 2). 
' Defensio Controvers. Bellarmini,' Gretser, 

xiv. 437 (n. 2). 
' Defensio sexus Muliebris contra anonymi 

disputationem," Gedicke [1595], xii. 210 

(n. 3). 
' Defensio Tridentinae fidei Catholicae,' de 

Andrada [1578], xiv. 184 {n. 1). 
' Deflnitiones,' Carpzov, viii. 324 (n. 2). 
Degen, Stephen, Father, illuminator, i. 214. 
Dehio, xii. 387. 

Deichsler, Heinrich, Chronicler of Nurem- 
berg, i. 294. 
Deidesheim, almond trees at, 1. 340. 
Dejob, xi. 233 (». 1, 3). 

on absence of licentiousness in Renaiss- 
ance Art, xi. 93 (». 1). 
' Deklaration d. untiichtigen u. unwahrhaft- 

igen Abfertigung Osiandri,' Rosenbusch 

[Roscfius], x. 205, 205 (». 1). 
Delflno, Zacharias, Bp. of Lesina, Papal 

Nuncio to Emperor Ferdinand to 

Electoral Diet at Ratisbon [1575], vi. 

549, 550 ; vii. 335 ; viii. 212 (n. 2), 344, 

344 (». 1), 345 ; ix. 302 (n. 2). 
interviews King Ferdinand on re- 
assembling of Council of Trent, vii. 209. 
sent to Upper Germany to invite 

Princes to attend Council of Trent [1561], 

vii. 212. 
goes to Naumburg to invite attendance 

of Protestant Princes at Council of Trent 

[1561], vii. 223. 
■ — his conciliatory message to Princes, 

vii. 226. 
his brief returned unopened, vii. 

227. 

■ proceeds to South Germany, vii. 230. 

failure of his mission, vii. 231. 

■ appointed a member of Pope Gregory 

XIII. 's ' Congregation ' for dealing with 

German affairs, ix. 298. 
Delfinus, memorandum of, x. 205 (n. 1). 
Delisle, L., xiv. 383 (n. 3). 
' Delhi & historic ae etpoeticae': see ' Histor- 

ische u. Poet. Kurzweil.' 
Delitsch, Statutes to regulate dances at, xv. 

348. 
' Delia Istoria d'ltalia,' Guicciardini, v. 

7 (n. 1, 2). 
Delphinate, the, xiii. 430. 
Delrio, Martin Anthonv [1551-1608], xvi. 

358 (n. 1), 401-5, 441 (n. 1). 
studies law in Paris, Douay, and Lou- 
vain, xvi. 401 (». 6). 
■ writes on civil law and philology, xvi. 



401 (n. 6). 

becomes vice-chancellor and procura- 
tor-general in Brabant, xvi. 401 (n. 6). 
enters Order of Jesuits [1580], xiv. 

364, 365 (». 3) ; xvi. 401 (n. 6). 
teaches philosophy at Douay, xvi. 

401 (n. 6). 
- — ■ — theology at Douay, Li£ge, Louvain, 

Graz, and Salamanca, xiv. 364 ; xvi. 

401 (n. 6). 
— his expositions of Genesis, Song of 

Solomon, and Lamentations, xiv. 364, 

364 (n. 2). 
his Disquisitionum Magicarum libri 

sex, etc. [1599], xvi. 401-5, 401 (n. 6). 

• discusses views of Weyer, Godel- 



Delrio, M. A., his Disquisitionum, his views 
on basis of witchcraft, xvi. 403. 

pleads for mercy in witch-trials, and 

discourages recourse to torture and lies, 
xvi. 403, 403 (n. 1, 2). 

■ insists on rights of accused witches 



to counsel to defend them, xvi. 404, 
404 (n. 3). 

■ pleads for modification of torture 



and deprecates invention of new methods, 
xvi. 405, 405 (». 1). 

— numerous editions of, xvi. 401 (n. 6). 

— his dictum concerning value of con- 
fession under torture, xvi. 406-7, 406 (n. 2), 
407 («. 1). 

■ disastrous result of non-acceptance of 



his wishes and suggestions, xvi. 408. 
— on witch-trials, xvi. 401, 470, 472 (n. 3), 
476. 
■ his death [1608], xiv. 364. 



d'Elvert, xiv. 46 (n. 1), 60 (n. 1). 

Dembinsky, vii. 197 (w. 3). 

Demmin, Town Council of, pamphlet by, on 

degenerate condition of its Guilds, xv. 

119-21, 121 (». 1). 
Demosthenes, xiii. 162. 

• decline of study of, in Germany, xiii. 



327. 



his Oration on the Crown, xiii. 383. 



mann, and Loos, xvi. 402-3. 



' Demiitige Supplication an Jesum Christum 

u. Aufmahnung an alle friedliebenden 

christlichen Herzen gegen die Mordprak- 

tiken d. Jesuiter,' x. 397 (n. 1). 
Denck, Johann, schoolmaster of Nurem- 
berg, on the understanding of the Scrip- 
tures, iv. 111-2. 
Deneke, attacks John Arndt, the mystic and 

ascetic, at Brunswick, xiv. 195. 
Denifle, Luther u. Lutherthum in d. ersten 

Entwickelung quellenmassig dargestellt, xiv. 

125 (m. 1). 
Denis, xiv. 306 (n. 1), 311 («. 1). 
Denk, Johann [ = Pope of the Baptizers], 

leader of Anabaptists in Augsburg, v. 

158, 158 (n. 3). 
teachings of his friend Augustin Bader, 

v. 159. 
Denkingen, Ulrich of Wiirtemberg's out- 
rage at, iv. 230. 
' Denkmaler deutscher Renaissance,' Fritsch, 

xi. 130 (n. 1). 
' Denksaulen im Gebiete d. Kultur u. 

Literatur,' A. Silberstein, xvi. 411 (n. 1). 
' Denkschrift,' v. 143 («. 1). 
' Denkschrift,' Klehsl, vii. 260 («. 1). 
' Denkschrift d.Theol. Seminars zu Herborn,' 

xiv. 252 (n. 1). 
' Denkschriften d. Konigl. bayerischen 

Akademie d. Wissenschaf ten ' [1807], xi. 

197 (». 1). 
1 Denkwiirdigkeiten,' Miiller, viii. 411 (n. 3) ; 

ix. 226 (». 1) ; x. 286 (n. 1). 
' Denkwiirdigkeiten,' Schmidt and Pfister, 

vii. 74 ; xiii. 43 {n. 2). 
' Denkwiirdigkeiten,' Schweinichen, xv. 

248 (n. 1). 
' Denkwiirdigkeiten aus d. Munsterischen 

Humanismus,' Nordhoff, xiii. 173 («. 1). 
' Denkwiirdigkeiten den Charitas Pirkheimer,' 

Purer, xvi. 37 (ft. 1), 
' Denkwiirdigkeiten d. Charitas Pirkheimer,' 

Hofler, iv. 64 (n. 3), 65-6 (n. 2), 71 (n. 1), 

74 (n. 1), 83 (n. 1), 208 («. 1), 214 («. 1) ; 

vii. 256 (n. 2). 
' Denkwiirdigkeiten Karl's V.,' Le Mang, vi. 

332 (n. 1). 
' Denkwiirdigkeiten seiner Zeit,' in Fontes 

rerum Austriacarum, Kirchmair, v. 

162 (n. 1). 



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HISTORY OF THE CIKRMAN PEOPLE 



Denmark, vi. 93, 423; vii. 115, 216, 240; 

viii. 87 ; ix. 428 ; x. 411, 456, 543. 

introduction of printing in, i. 14. 

— — book trade in, i. 19. 

design of peasantry of, to massacre 

nobility, v. 476. 

rising of lower classes in, v. 477. 

nobles of, elect Duke Christian of 

Holstein as king. v. 484. 
-efforts made to gain over, to alliance 

of Princes [=Jriirstenbund], vi. 425. 

and Sweden, war between, viii. 16. 

Elector Palatine Frederic III. tries to 

persuade, to join league against ' Papists,' 

viii. 61. 

and League of Landsberg, viii. 65. 

and proposed union of Protestant 

Princes with France, ix. 282 ; x. 472, 

448, 529. 
in alliance with Protestant League, 

or ' Union,' x. 515, 518. 
Hanseatic towns obtain support of 

States-General against [1615], x. 578. 

and the Sound, xi. 9. 

■ ■ portent in, xii. 244. 

— — decline of schools in [1594], xiii. 

108 (». 2). 

witch-burning in, xvi. 307 (n. 1). 

Denzinger, Vier Bucher v. d. relig. Erkenntnis, 

xiv. 117 (n. 1), 119 (n. 4), 120 (n. 1, 3), 

121 (n. 1, 2). 
' Deposition,' University custom of, xiii. 

317-20, 317 (.n. 2), 318 (w. 1), 320 (n. 1). 
its degeneration, xiii. 318-20, 318 

(n. 2), 319 (n. 1). 
Deputies, Assembly of, Frankfort [1577], 

xv. 447 (». 1). 
' Der abgdttische Baalsdienst d. Papisten u. 

d. ernsthaft. Pflichten e. evangel. Christen,' 

vii. 4 (n. 1). 
' Der LXXXII. Psalm, augelegt v. Mart. 

Luther, Wittenberg, 1530,' x. 222 (». 1). 
' Der Saliger'sche Abendmahlstreit,' Wiggers, 

viii. 186 (w. 2). 
Dernbach, Balthasar von, Abbot of Fulda, 

ix. 379. 

restoration of [1602], ix. 370. 

— — pushes on work of Catholic revival, 

ix. 370. 
orders general visitation of diocese, 

ix. 370. 
meets with opposition at Hammelburg, 

ix. 370. 
builds Hospital for Women and 

supports existing one for .Men, ix. 370. 
establishes and enlarges educational 

institutions, ix. 370-1. 

his support of Hospitals, xiv. 110. 

his efforts to save Catholic Church, 

xvi. 78. 
Des Moustiers-Me>inville, Un Evigue Am- 

bassadeur an XVI' Slide, vi. 442 (n. 3). 
' Descent from the Cross ' 

by Dill Etiemenschneider, 
' Descent from the Cross,' 

i. 201-2. 
Deschamps, xi. 159 (n. 3), 

(n. 2, 3), 210 (n. 
Deschrevel, Hist. 

xiv. 327 (n. 3). 
'Description of the Town of Gottingen,' xiii. 

117 (n. 2). 
' Desiosi,' the, xii. 1st (n. l). 
Desjardins, A., vi. 251 (n. 3), 364 (it. 2, 4), 

463 (n. 1). 
Nigodatiom Diplomatique* de la France 

avee la Toecane, v. 10 (n. 2), 189 (n. 2); 

vi. 236 (n. l|. 
Dessau, Confederation, v. 49. 



at Maidbrunn, 
i. 196. 
by Schongauer, 

163 (n. 3), 208 
6), 234 (it. 8), 240 (n. 2). 
du Seminaire de Bruges, 



Dessau, Confederation, object of, v. 50. 

the changeling at, xii. 321-2. 

' Dessauer Biindniss,' Seidemann, v. 50 (n. 1). 
Destouches, E. v., O. di lasso, ein Lebens- 

Inld, xi. 245 (n. 1). 
' Destruction of the Cabbala,' by Jacob 

Hoogstraten, iii. 46. 
Del t el bach, Prince-Bishop Julius of Wiirz- 

burg and hospital at, ix. 369. 

Hospital, ordinances of, xiv. 109. 

Deune, assault on Lukas Maurer at, ix. 328. 
Deuschlin, Johann, seditious preaching of, 

iv. 255, 256. 
condemned to death at surrender of 

Rotenburg, iv. 329, 330. 

Deutsch-bsterreich. Literaturgeschichte,' 



xii. 11 (n. 1) 



xiii.. 197 



Mittel- 
Haupt, xiv. 



259 
346 



Kagl-Zeidler, 

(n. 1). 
Deutsche Bibeliibersetzung 

alters,' G. Grupp, xiv. 391 (it 
Deutsche Bibeliibersetzung,* 

403 (n. 3). 
Deutsche Dichtung,' W. Menzel, xi. 

(n. 3), 299 («. 1) ; xiii. 344 («. 1), 

(n. 1, 2), 447 (n. 1). 
Deutsche Dichtungen,' x. 
1 Deutsche Dichtungen,' 

149 (n. 2). 
' Deutsche Dominikaner,' 

(n. 1, 4), 263 (n. 1 

(n. 2), 271 (n. 1). 
: Deutsche Fiirstin (Eine) d. 16 Jahrhunderts,' 

xv. 331 (it. 1). 
1 Deutsche Geschichte im 16 Jahrhundert,' 

Egelhaaf, v. 31 (n. 1), 150 (n. 1). 
' Deutsche Geschichte im Zeitalter d. 

Reformation,' Egelhaaf, vi. 39 (». 1), 125 

(it. 1). 
' Deutsche Geschichte,' It. A. Menzel, x. 

154 (n. 2). 
' Deutsche Geschichte,' Ranke, ix. 486 (n. 1). 
' Deutsche Geschichte u. Landeskunde,' 

2) ; 



270 (n. 2). 
Trischlin, 

Paulus, xiv. 
265 (n. 1, 3), 



2(12 
270 



16 

182 

126 



Ficker, ii. 

d. bbhm. 
Wolkan, xi. 

12 (it. 1,2), 



Ritter, ix. 48 (n. 1), 60 («. 4), 362 (n. 

x. 18 («. 1), 255 (n. 1) ; xv. 5 (n. 1). 
Deutsche Goldschmiede Arbeiter d. 

Jahrhunderts,' Hefner-Alteneek, xi. 

(n. 1). 
Deutsche Handwerk (Das),' Stahl, xv. 

(n. 7). 
Deutsche Kaiserreich (Das),' 

117 (?!.). 

Deutsche Kirchenlied (Das) 

Briider im 16 Jahrhundert,' 

271 (n. 2), 272 (n. 2). 
Deutsche Klinik,' xiv. 1 («. 1) 

69 (n. 3), 78 («. 2), 99 (n. 3), 102 (n. 2). 
Deutsche Kunst u. Reformation,' xi. 50 (n. 2), 

51 (>i. 1). 
Deutsche Litteratur, Anmerkungen zum 

Text,' Baechtold, xi. 271 («. 2) ; xii. 

23 (n. 1), 38 (n. 1), 56 (n. 1). 
Deutsche Litteraturgeschichte,' Vogt-Koch, 

xi. 34 (n. 1), 342 (n. 1), 370 (n. 1) ; xii. 

6 (n. 6), 24 (n. 2), 45 (n. 2), 53 (it. 1), 

113 (n. 1). 
Deutsche Litteraturzeitung,' ix. 387 («. 3) ; 

xiv. 411 («. 1) ; xvi. 178 (n. 1). 
Deutsche Lyriker d. 16 Jahrhunderts,' 

EUinger, xiii. 341 (». 1). 
' Deutsche Messe u. Gottesdienstordnung zu 

Wittenberg fur genommen ' [1536], Luther, 

xi. 257 (n. 2) ; xii. 388. 
1 Deutsche Musica u. Gesangbuchlein,' 

Agricola, xi. 259 (/'. 3). 
' Deutsche Nationallitteratur,' Kttrschner, 

xi. 377 (((. 3) ; xii. L62 (». 3). 
1 Deutsche Nationalbkonomik an d. grenz- 
scheide,' Roscher, xv. 84 {n. 3), ill {n. 2), 

144 (n. 1). 



138 



INDEX 



' Deutsche Reichskriege,' Lucera Archives, 

vi. 337 [n. 1). 
' Deutsche Reisende im 16 Jahrhundert,' 

Hautzsch, xiii. 5:57 (n. 1). 
' Deutsche Renaissance,' Seemann, xi. 

130 (». 1), 211 (». 4). 
' Deutsche Revue,' xv. 389 (». 2) ; xvi. 

288 (n. 1). 
' Deutsche Schlemmer,' the, by J. Stricerius 

of Grobe [1584], xii. 158-9. 
' Deutsche Schulkombdie,' Rache, xiii. 

167 (n. 1, 2), 172 (n. 1). 
' Deutsche Studenten in Bologna 1289 1562,' 

Knod, xiii. 412 («. 2). 
' Deutsche Studien,' Scherer, xii. 16 (n. 1), 

97 (n. 1), 99 (n. 2), 206 (». 1). 
■ Deutsche Trachten- und Modenwelt,' Falke, 

xv. 357 («. 2), 362 (n. 1, 3). 
' Deutsche Turniere, Riistungen u. Plattner,' 

Gurlitt, xi. 186 (n. 2). 
' Deutsche Vierteljahrschrift f. offent. 
Gesundheitspflege,' xiv. 68 (n. 1), 75 (». 2). 
' Deutsche Volksaberglaube (Der) d. Gegen- 

wart,' Wuttke, xvi. 286 (». 2). 
' Deutsche (Das) Volksblatt,' xvi. 44 (n. 1). 
' Deutsche Volksstimme ; Beiblatt,' xiv. 528 

(n. 3). 
' Deutsche Zeitschr. f Geschichtswissen- 
schaft,' Quiddes, vi. 396 (n. 1) ; xvi. 
228 (n. 2), 243 (n. 1). 
' Deutschen Dominicaner (Die) im Kampfe 
gegen Luther (1518-1563), Erlaut. zu 
Janssen,' Paulus, xiv. 261 (n. 3), 262 (n. 1). 
' Deutschen Predigten (Die) u. Katechesen 
d. ermlandischen Bischofe Hosius u. 
Kromer,' Hipler, xiv. 462 (n. 1). 
1 Deutschenspiegel ' [collection of old laws], 

ii. 142. 
' Deutscher Diktionarius,' by Simon Rote 

[1571], xii. 223-4, 224 (n. 1). 
' Deutscher Fiirstenspiegel,' Stronibeck, xv. 

84 («. 1), 231 (n. 1). 
' Deutscher Hausschatz,' xvi. 484 (n. 3). 
' Deutscher Nation Heldenbuch,' Pantaleon 

[1578], xiv. 254 (n. 1). 
' Deutscher Vitruv ' [1548], Rivius, xi. 105, 
105 (n. 2). 

dedicatory preface of, xi. 105. 

advice and teachings conveyed in, 

xi. 105-7. 
' Deutsches Gesellschaftsleben,' Buchwald, 

xvi. 262 (n. 2). 
* Deutsches Konigthum u. Kaiserthum,' by 

Ficker, ii. 117 (n.). 
' Deutsches Leben,' Schultz, xv. 417 (n. 3, 4), 

426 («. 2). 
' Deutsches Leben im Volkslied,' by Lilien- 

cron, xi. 305 (n. 2). 
' Deutsches Studentleben im 16 und 17 

Jahrhundert,' Gebhardt, xiii. 299 (n. 1). 
' Deutschland in d. Jahren 1517-25,' Bauer, 

iii. 214 («.). 
' Deutschland in d. Revolutionsperiode von 
1522 bis 1526,' Jorg, v. 24 («. 1) ; vi. 
110 («. 1). 
' Deutschland u. d. Hugenotten,' Barthold, 
v. 447 (n. 2) ; vi. 299 (n. 3), 413 (n. 5), 
422 (w. 1), 449 (n. 2), 489 («. 1), 504 (n. 1) ; 
vii. 108 (n. 1) ; viii. 3 (n. 3), 4 (n. 2, 4). 
' Deutschland u. England in Welthandel des 

16 Jahrhunderts,' Schafer, xv. 14 (n. 2). 
' Deutschlands Geschichtsquellen,' Watten- 

bach, xiv. 367 (n. 3). 
' Deutschlands Katholische Catechismen bis 
zum Ende d. 16 Jahrhunderts,' Bahlmann, 
viii. 277 (». 3). 
' Deutschlands liter, u. relig. Verhaltnisse,' 
Hagen, iv. 368 (n. 1) ; v. 40 (n. 1) ; xvi. 
137. 



' Deutung zweier greulichen Figuren,' by 

Luther and Melanchthon [1523], xii. 237, 

237 (n. 1). 
' D6veloppement/ De Bussiere, v. 422 («. 1) ; 

vi. 558 (rc. 1); viii. 429 (n. 3) ; ix. 178 

(«. 2). 
Deventer, free or imperial city, ii. 129. 

Book Trade in, i. 23. 

School of ' Brethren of Social Life ' at, 

size of, i. 62. 

its importance of, xiii. 9. 

■ Nicholas of Cusa educated at, i. 62. 



— Hegius at, i. 

— narrowly escapes falling into hands 
of Baptists, v. 479. 

■ scuttling of ships near, v. 480. 



Deventer, John von, provincial of province 

of Cologne and controversialist, xiv. 253, 

253 (n. 3). 
Devil, the, and the box of ointment, anecdote 

of, i. 37. 

appears at banquet, vi. 439 {n. 2). 

appears in parish church of Weimar, 

viii. 179. 

• appears to princes and statesmen, 



xii. 378-80. 

appears to theologians, xii. 377-8. 

bodily apparitions of, xii. 372-86. 

carries people off alive, xii. 383-6. 

habitations of, xii. 344-8. 

in fine arts : see Arts, fine, devil in. 

journeys with the, xii. 355, 

355 (n. 3). 

in Literature : see Literature, 

Devil's. 

on stage : see Stage, Devil on. 

popularity of books about, xvi. 

281, 281 (w. 7). 
Devil-births, xii. 230-6. 
' Devil-pictures,' and principal mediums 

used for, xi. 219-22. 
' Devil's Net, The,' i. 286. 
Devrient, xii. 142 (n. 1), 145 (n. 1), 180 (n. 1). 
— — on German religious drama, xii. 

(n. 1, 2). 
' Dialectics,' Melanchthon's books on, xiv. 

129, 129 (n. 2). 
' Dialog iiber d. Laienkelch, d. Priestereche, 
und d. Liturgie in d. Landessprache,' Hosius, 
xiv. 350. 
' Dialogi Oder Gesprach von d. Gemainsame 
und d. Kirchenubungen d. Christen,' v. 
292 (n. 1). 
' Dialogue on the Study of Law,' by Apcl 

[1540], xiii. 396-7, 397 (n. 1). 
' Dialogue, A ' ; or a Friendly Discussion, etc., 
by Lenning, vi. 126-8. 

arguments of, vi. 126-8. 

attributed to Bucer, vi. 128. 

disseminated widely and on open sale 

in Leipzig, vi. 130. 

satire against, vi. 128-9 (w. 1). 



' Dialogues ' (Latin), by John Hoffmeister 
[1538], xiv. 244. 

' Dialogues,' of Martin Bucer, v. 290, 
504 («. 1). 

' Dialogus contra impia Petri Canisii Dog- 
mata,' viii. 285 (n. 2). 

' Dialogus das ist ein Gesprach v. d. ehrriih- 
rigen u. lasterlichen Urteil Bruder Johann 
Nasen zu Ingolstadt, dass alle Lutherischen 
Weiber Huren sein,' x. 105, 105 (n. 2). 

' Dialogus de veneflcis,' Danaus, xvi. 363-4, 
364 (n. 1). 

Diana of Poictiers, Mistress of Henry II. of 
France, appropriates money bequeathed 
by Francis I. to League of Smalcald, vi. 
358-9. 

' Diarium,' Blasius de Ccsena, v. 8 («. 3). 



139 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



by 



XI. 



du 
xi. 



' Diarium gymnasii S. J. Monacensis,' ix. 

:U4 (re. 5). 
' Diarium historicum ' or ■ Chronika,' 

Abraham 8am ([1582], xii. 244. 
' Dichtung,' Menzel, xi. 320 (n. 1). 
' Dichtungen von Joh. Fischart,' Gocdeke, 

x. 327 (re. 1) ; xi. 370 (n. 1), 371 (re. 1), 

374 (re. 3). 
' Dichtungen von M. Luther,' Goedeke, 

252 (n. 3), 257 (n. 3), 286 (n. 2). 
' Dicta Memorabilia,' J. Hoffmeister, 

290 (re. 1) ; vi. 20 (n. 1). 
' Dictionnaire de l'Architectur Francaise 

XI« au 16 Siecle,' Viollct-Ic-Duc, 

20 (re. 2). 
' Dictionnaire historique et Critique,' Bayle, 

x. 385 (n. 1). 
Didymous : see Zwilling, Gabriel. 
Didymus, Faventius [ = Melanchthon], iii. 

219 ; xiv. 154. 
' Die heyligen Rayssen ghen Jherusalem,' 

by Breidcubach, i. 301-2. 
' Die Propheten alle deutsch,' Luther, xiv. 

406. 
' Die Punctirbucher,' Richtcr, viii. 197 (n. 1). 
Diedenhofen, Emperor Charles V. ill at, 

vi. 500. 
Diefenbach, xiv. 473 (re. 2) ; xvi. 279 (n. 3), 

288 (re. 1), 306'(». 1), 307 (n. 1), 363 (re. 1), 

433 (re. 2, 5), "434 (re, 2), 463 (n. 1), 491 

(n. 1). 
Die Lutherische Kanzel, xiv. 468 

(n. 2, 3), 477 (re. 2), 484 (n. 1), 486 (n. 1). 

and sermons, xiv. 484 (re. 1). 

Der Zauberglaube des 16 Jahrhundert, 

xvi. 235 (n. 2), 247 (n. 1), 292 (n. 2). 
on tendency of Luther's Greater 

Catechism to foster belief in the devil, 

xvi. 271 (n. 3), 279 (n. 3). 
Catalogue of 16th and 17th 

cent. Protestant Witch-Sermons con- 
tained in, xvi. 366 (n. 3, 4). 
■ on Johann Weyer, xvi. 320 (w. 2). 



Dienecker, David, sentenced for theft and 

immorality, xi. 238. 
Dienecker, Jost, his death [1548], xi. 238. 
Dienecker, Samson, sentenced for theft and 

immorality, xi. 238. 
Dienheim, Ebcrhard von, Bishop of Spires, on 

desirability of Catholics combining for 

preservation of ' Religious Peace,' ix. 481. 

designs upon, x. 453. 

applied to by Frederic IV., Elector 

Palatine, for assistance in military pre- 
parations [1610], x. 458-9. 

protests of, disregarded, x. 459. 

and Catholic League, x. 475. 

Dienheim, Lords of, desecration of tombs of, 

vii. 322 (re. 1). 
Diepholz, county of, religious and social 

conditions in [1596], xvi. 113, 113 (re. 2). 
Dieppe, capture of, by English troops, viii. 5. 
Dieringer, Knthol. Zeitschr. f. Wissenschaft 

und Kunst, xiv. 262 (re. 8). 
' Dieringer's Zeitschr. f. Kathol. Theologie,' 

Meuser, xiv. 249 (re. 1). 
Diernlein [= female figures], xi. 148. 
'Dies irae,' xiii. 341 (re. 1). 
Diestel Meyer, chancellor of Elector of 

Brandenburg. 

tirade of, against Calvinism, x. :>01-2. 

his discussion with Landgrave William 

Of Ilesse concerning Bergen Hook, viii. 420. 
Diet, German, proposed, to constitute court 

oi arbitration of religion, apart from 

Papal (hair, v. 371. 

of Amburg, Provincial, viii. 150. 

discussions at, on idolatry, viii. 150-1. 

of Augsburg [1525] : see Augsburg. 



Diet of Augsburg [1530] : see Augsburg. 
■ — — of Augsburg [1559] : see Augsburg. 
of Augsburg [1566]: see Augsburg, Diet 

of. 
of Augsburg [1582] : see Augsburg, 

Diet of. 

• [1594] : see Augsburg, Diet of. 



see 



see 



of Baden [1546], vi. 323. 

Bavarian Provincial [1608], defects and 

abuses of industrial trades discussed at, 

xv. 116-8, 118 (w. 1). 
of Bohemia, Provincial [1608] : 

Bohemia, Provincial Diet of. 

— of Bohemia, Provincial [1609] : 
Bohemia, Provincial Diet. 

— Bohemia, Provincial [1617] : see 
Bohemia, Provincial Diet of [1617]. 

of Bonn, Provincial [1543], grants 

Abp. Hermann von Wied right to select 
men to aid him in work of reform, vi. 231. 

— new code of Church Ordinances to be 
laid before, vi. 231. 

— of Brandenburg : see Brandenburg. 

— of Bruck, Provincial : see Bruck. 
of Cassel, Provincial [1566], xv. 203. 

— of Catholic League at Fraukfort-on-tho- 
Main [1613] : see Frankfort-on-the- 
Main, Diet of Catholic League at. 

of Catholic League at Ratisbon [1614] : 

see Ratisbon, Diet of Catholic League at 
[1614]. 

— of Coblentz [1599] : see Coblcntz. 

— Cologne [1505] : see Cologne. 
[1512] : see Cologne. 

— — [1610] : see Cologne. 

— Provincial [1583] : see Cologne. 

— Composition : seg ' Composition ' Diet. 

— Constance [1507] : see Constance. 

— of Czaslau : /see Czaslau, Diet of. 

— Election [1614] : see Election Diet. 

— of Enisiedeln [1527], v. 168. 

— of Erfurt : see Erfurt. 

— of Esslingen : see Esslingcn. 
— of Frankfort [1558] : see Frankfort, 



Diet of. 
of Frankfort [1590]: see Frankfort, 

Diet of imperial deputies at. 

of Freiburg [1498] : see Freiburg. 

of Friedberg [1602]: see Friedberg, 

Second Council. 

of Gelnhauscn : see Gelnhausen, v. 178. 

Gray : see Gray, Diet of, 1599. 

of Gustrov, Provincial : see GUstrow, 

Provincial Diet. 
of Heilbronn [1613]: see Ileilbroun, 

Diet of. 
Hesse, Provincial [1569]: see Hesse, 

Provincial Diet of. 

— nobles reproached for cruelty 



to 
170, 



peasants by Landgrave William, xv. 
170 (re. 2). 

Imperial, under Frederick III. : see 

Imperial Diet. 

— of Ingoldstadl, provincial [1563], viii. 
307. 

— of Innsbruck : see innsbruck. 

— at Landshut : see Landshut, Diet of. 
of Liudau (14971 : see Lindau. 

of Linz : see Linz. 

— of Lucerne [1529], v. 222. 

— of Magdeburg : see Magdeburg. 

— of Bishopric of Magdeburg: see 
Magdeburg, Provincial J >i < -t of. 

— of Mayence [1603]: see Mayence, Diet 
of. 

— at .Met/. | L668] : sec Metz. 

— of Muhlhausen [1583]: see Muhl- 
hausen, General Convention of Protestant 
electors, princes, and estates, etc. 



140 



INDEX 



Diet of Naumburg [1614] : see Naumburg. 

of Neustadt [1609] : see Neustadt, 

secessionist Diet of. 
■ of Nordlingen [1607] : see Nordlingen, 



Diet of. 
■ of Nuremberg [1524] : see Nuremberg, 



Diet of. 



[1611] : see Nuremberg, Diet of. 



■ Plauen [1590] : see Plauen. 



— of Protestant League at : see Nurem- 
berg, Diet of Protestant League at [1615]. 

— of princes at Naumburg, vii. 36 (re. 2). 
■ of Prague, Provincial [1609-11] : see 



Prague, Diet, Provincial Diet of. 

— Pressburg : see Pressburg, Diet at. 

— of Ratisbon : see Ratisbon, Diet of. 

— of Rotenburg [1613] : see Rotenburg. 

— of Spires : see Spires, Diet of. 

— of Stettin, Provincial [1556], vii. 28. 

— of Stuhlweissenberg (Alba Regia), v. 
15-6. 

— of Telgte, v. 455. 
■of Torgau, Provincial [1603], xv. 211-2, 



212 (n. 1). 

Treptow : see Treptow. 

of Ulm : see Ulm. 

■ ■ of Vienna, Provincial : see Vienna, 

Provincial Diet at [1608]. 

of Wismar [1610], xv. 312. 

of Worms : see Worms, Diet of. 

Diets of 1522-23 and the Council of 

Regency or Reichsregiment, iii. 307-329. 

jEneas Sylvius on, ii. 216. 

Dietenberger, Johann, Dominican, v. 258, 

258 (n. 1), 259 ; xiv. 244, 265-9, 265 (». 

3), 433. 

treatise by, iii. 347 (re. 1), 349 (n. 1). 

prophesies fall of Holy Roman Empire 

should religious discussions continue, iii. 

352-3. 
letter from, to Abp. of Treves, iv. 47-8, 

48 (n.). 
his translation of the Bible, xi. 175, 

214 (re. 6) ; xiii. 155 ; xiv. 429-30. 

■ his aim and its accomplishment, 



xiv. 430, 430 (n. 1), 437. 

■ its wide circulation, xiv. 430. 



— his birth [1475] and education, xiv. 265. 

— takes his Doctor's degree at Mayence 
[1515], xiv. 265. 

— nominated Prior of Order at Frankfort 



and Coblentz, xiv. 265. 
— theological lecturer at Coblentz znd 
Mayence, xiv. 265. 
• one of 20 Confutators of Augsburg 



Confession at Diet of Augsburg [1530], 
xiv. 265. 

— appointed professor of Exegesis at 
Mayence [1532], xiv. 266. 

his numerous writings and their merits, 



xiv. 266. 

— anti-Lutheran pamphlet by, title-page 
of [1524], xi. 216. 

— his Obe d. Christen miigen dutch iere 
gitten Werk d. Wynnelreich verdienen, 
xiv. 266. 

— his Doss Jungfrauen d. Kloster nilmer 
gotlich verlassen mogen, xiv. 266. 

— his Von Menschenlehr, xiv. 266. 

his Obe der Glaub allein selig mache, 



xiv. 266. 

— his Wie man Gotes Heiligen in d. 
Hymmelanruffen soil, xiv. 266. 
■ his Ob St. Peter zu Rom gewesen sei, 



xiv. 266. 

— his views on monastic life, xiv. 267-8, 
268 (». 1). 
■ his refutation of Augsburg Creed 



[1532], xiv. 268, 268 (re. 2). 



Dietenberger, Johann, his interpretation of 
Old and New Testaments, xiv. 268. 
— his Catechism, viii. 275 (n. 3) ; xiv. 



268-9, 269 (re. 1). 
— his partiality 



for Lutheran German, 



xiv. 414. 

on Luther's habit of adapting Scrip- 
tures to his own views, xiv. 426, 426 
(». 2). 

takes refuge in Mayence, xiv. 297. 

his death [1537], xiv. 266. 

Dietenberger, Johannes Wedewer, viii. 
277 (». 3) ; xiv. 241 (». 1), 268 (n. 1, 2), 
422 (re. 3), 426 (n. 2), 430 (n. 1, 3), 438 (». 3). 

Diet marsch, the, x. 81. 

Dietrich of Bern, i. 298. 

Dietrich of Berne, xiii. 170 (n. 1). 

Dietrich, Dr., xiv. 112 (n. 2). 

Dietrich II., Count of Mors, and Archbishop 
of Cologne, i. 62. 

Dietrich, Conrad, Lutheran Superintendent, 
laments destruction worked by icono- 
clasts in Ulm [1531], xi. 32-3. 

his complaint of degeneracy of Church 

music in Sonderbare Predigten, xi. 251, 
251 (n. 2). 

Dietrich, Sixt, (composer), xi. 246 (n. 2). 

Dietrich u. Parisius, Bilder aus d. Altmarl; 
xvi. 299 (re. 3). 

Dietrich, Veit, of Nuremburg, v. 280 (n. 4). 

• — —on general parsimony, iii. 361. 

— letter from Melanchthon to, 



vi. 122-3. 



(re. 1). 



■on Henry VIII., vi. 9. 



concerning discord in Churches, 



v. 535 (n. 2). 
letter from, to Duke Albrecht of 

Prussia on Abp. Hermann von Wied of 

Cologne, vi. 233. 
letter from Cruciger to, con- 
cerning Luther, vi. 276-7. 
Dietrich von Herzogenbusch, Dominican 

Prior, xiv. 361, 477 In. 2). 
Dietrich, Wendel, Court Architect to Duke 

William V. of Bavaria, xi. 108 (n. 3). 
designs St. Michael's Church, Munich, 

xi. 122 (n. 1). 
Dietrich, Wolf, of Maxelrain, letter of Duke 

Albert V. of Bavaria to, concerning 

means of arresting heresy, viii. 325. 
Dietrich, Wolf: see Raittenau. 
Dietrichstein, Baron Adam von, xi. 380 

(n. 1). 
Dietrichstein, Cardinal, Governor of Moravia, 

xii. 167. 
Dietrichstein, Count of, x. 67. 

Lord of, viii. 372 (n. 1). 

Dietterlein, Wendel, painter and architect 

of Strasburg, summoned to Stuttgart to 

build house for Duke Louis of Wiirtem- 

berg, xi. 108. 
publishes Architectura u. Austheilung 

d. fiinf Sdulen [1593, 1598], xi. 108-9, 

108 (n. 3). 
his place among German architects, 

xi. 109. 

his imitation of Diirer, xi. 109. 

his Culinary Portal, xi. 109-10. 

his style, xi. 110-11. 

criticisms of, 110 (n. 1, 2), 111 (re. 1). 

■ his imitators, xi. 177 (re. 1). 

repulsive engravings by, xi. 226 (n. 3). 

Diez, movement against Calvinism and 

destruction of images at, viii. 397, 397 

(n. 3). 
iconoclastic acts of Count John of 

Orange-Nassau at [1577], xi. 33. 
convention at [1582], xiii. 40, 40 (n. 3). 



141 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Diez, Ludwig, printer of Rostock [1558], 

xiv. 518, 518 (n. 5). 
Diagasser, Martin [Minorite], court preacher 

to Archduke Matthias, ix. 361. 
aids Julius Echter, Bishop of Wiirzburg, 

in his labours for restoration of Catholic 

religion, ix. 361. 
Dilbaum, Samuel, of Augsburg, publishes 

monthly periodicals in Rorschach [1597], 

xiv. 530. 
Dillenburg, viii. 131 ; xvi. 494. 

drinking orgy at, xv. 246. 

Diller, Court preacher, at Heidelberg, vii. 67. 
Dillingen, viii. 237, 241 (n. 1), 279, 291 ; 

ix. 322, 332 ; xiii. 159 ; xiv. 329. 
[town], claimed by Ulrich of Wurteni- 

lurg as share of his booty in Smalcaldic 

War, vi. 335. 
• captured by Emperor Charles V. [1546], 



vi. 342. 

— seized by Smalcaldic troops, vi. 317-8. 
Archbp. Gebhard of Cologne flees to, 

with bride, ix. 51. 

— Marian Student Congregation at [1580], 
ix. 320. 

— Jesuit Church at [1607-17], rich orna- 
mentation of, xi. 123, 123 (n. 2). 

— German Catechism printed at, illustra- 
tions to [1575], xi. 175. 

— play acted at [1614], xiii. 196. 
[1611], xiii. 197. 

— Michael Schutz a student at [1515], 



xiii. 349. 
■ a chief printing place of Jesuits, xiv. 



333. 

— persecution of witches in [1587], xvi. 
425 (n. 1). 

— Jesuit schools at, prosperity of, ix. 335 ; 
xiii. 157. 

— number of pupils attending Jesuit 
gymnasium [1595-1605], ix. 314. 

Sivin van Brecht's Euripus acted by 

Jesuit scholars at, xiii. 191. 

— Jesuits : see Jesuits, Dillingen. 

— Students' Institute or University [ = The 



Catholic Pearl] erected by Cardinal Otto 
Truchsess, ix. 373 ; xiii. 226. 

■ success of Jesuits at, xiii. 226, 



226 (n. 3). 

connected with the ' Collegium 

of St. Hieronymus,' xiii. 226. 

■ expanded into University [1564] 



and handed over to Jesuits by Card. Otto 

Truchsess, ix. 373 ; xiii. 226-7. 

licentiousness and crime at, xiii. 226. 

becomes famous as training college for 

Catholic clergy and teachers, xii. 227 ; 

xvi. 79, 79 (n. 2). 

— principles adopted by Jesuits in its 
management, xiii. 227, 228 (n. l). 

— increase in number of students, xiii. 
228. 

— account of a Protestant student, xiii. 
22M 9. 

Protestant testimony to success of 

College, xiii. 229. 
sources of revenue, xiii. 229-30, 230 

in. l). 
number of its scholars, xiv. 2::i), 

230 (ft. 2). 

— subjects taught at, xiii. 230. 

— its st riei religious character, xiii. 232. 

— its strict discipline, xiii. 233. 

— papal seminary founded In, by I'opc 
Gregory XIII. [1585], ix. 324, 373.' 

— numbers oi students attending, ix. 
878 1. 

Protestant testimony to their learn- 
ing, ix. 374. 



Dillingen, services rendered to Catholic 

Church by, xiv. 343. 
Jesuits go as professors of theology to, 

xiv. 354. 
two chairs of theology established at, 

xiv. 354 (n. 4). 
Fathers, Latin address delivered by, to 

their students, ix. 316-7. 
' Diluvium,' 100 Sermons on the Flood, by 

Strigenicus [1602], xii. 352 (n. 1) ; xiv. 

478 (n. 3), 481 (n. 1) ; xv. 41 (n. 5), 164 

(«. 1), 229 (n. 4), 260 (». 3), 352 (n. 1), 

373 («. 1), 389, 393 (n. 1), 419 (n. 2). 
Diluvium, John Mathesius, xv. 389-90, 

390 (n. 1, 2). 
Dimitz, Geschichte Krains, ix. 412 (n. 2). 
Dinckelmann, Johann, accomplice of Archbp. 

Gebhard Truchsess in his violation of 

churches, etc., and murderer of own 

brother, ix. 56. 
Dinckelmann, Michael, murder of, ix. 56. 
Dinkelsbiihl [town], tinsmiths of Nuremberg 

withdraw to, ii. 29. 
submits to Charles V. and is granted 

the free exercise of Protestant religion, 

vi. 349. 
disturbances in, on account of new 

Gregorian Calendar, x. 72. 
Dinslaken, trial for witchcraft in [1516], 

xvi. 266, 266 (n. 3). 
Dionysius, Rickel, Carthusian sermon writer, 

i. 40. 
a pioneer in scholastic philosophy, 

i. 112. 
Dionysius, Father, of Rain, Franciscan, 

xiv. 259. 
Dionysius, Heinrich, nephew of Canisius, 

ix. 350 (n. 2). 
his success in propagation of Catholic 

faith in Duchy of Cleves, ix. 350, 350 

(n. 2). 
Diocletian, iv. 61. 
Diodati [Genevan Calvinist], advocates 

carrying war against Papacv into Italy 

[1609], x. 443-4, 443 (n. 3), 444 (n. 1). 
Diogenes, Laertius, xiii. 154. 
Diomedes, xiv. 319. 

' Dionysianum,' the, Heidelberg, xiii. 273. 
Dioscorides, xiii. 511, 515. 
' Dioskeoren (die) Liter. Jahrb. d. Beam- 

tenvereins d. Altstadt-Gymnas. zu Prag., 

1893, xi. 203 («. 1). 
' DibzesanarchiofiirSchwaben.'xvi. 274 («.l), 

397 (n. 1), 427 (n. 3), 488 (n. 1). 
Diphtheritis, epidemics of [1600-17], xiv. 80. 
' Diplomatische Geschichte d. Juden zu 

Mainz u. dessen Umgebung,' K. A. Schaab, 

xv. 48 (n. 2). 
Dipl. Nachl., Schostgen und Krevsig, xvi. 

142 (n. 3). 
Dirmstein, Caspar Lereh von, Marshal, in 

league with Sickingen, iii. 287. 
Dirnstein, altars, images, etc., destroyed in, 

by Elector Palatine Frederic ill. [15(14], 

vii. 320. 
Dirsius, Johannes, rector of Innsbruck 

College, viii. 237 («. 1). 

Dirsius, Johannes, rector of Jesuit College 

at Innsbruck, x. 160. 
Discalced Carmelites, v. appendix note ; 

xv. 551. 
Discordista, sive secundus Scioppius, x. 

5S1 (>i. 1). 

' Discorsi Politic!,* Gulcclardini, v. 10 (n. 2). 

' Discours sur Ies Duels,' viii. 257 (». 1). 

' Discurs und Bedenhen iiber jetzigen Stand 

und Wesen des heiligen Keiches,' viii. 68, 

68 (n. 1). 
Diseased belief, i. 52 (n. 1). 



I IJ 



INDEX 



Disentis, mortality from plague at [1585-6], 

xiv. 76. 
Diskau points out to French Ambassador 

the wisdom of supporting the Elector's 

claim to dukedom of Jiilich-Cleves, x. 

428. 
' Diskurs,' by Duke Maximilian of Bavaria, 

x. 467 (re. 2). 
' Diskurs iiber Reformation d. Kammer- 

wesens,' by C. Siegfried von Brenner, 

xv. 298, 298 (re. 2). 
' Disputatio de proba stigmatica,' Jordanaeus 

[1630], xvi. 467 (n. 3). 
' Disput. juridic. inauguralis de opusculo 

Vindiicae c. tyrannos.'Thieme, x. 372 (re. 2). 
' Disputatio Viennae habita,' xiv. 316 (re. 1). 
' Disputationen am Padagogium in Stettin,' 

Wehrmann, xiii. 90 (re. 1). 
' Disputationes de articulis Augustan » 

Confessionis,.' Franz, xiv. 164. 
' Disputationes de controversiis Christianas 

fldei adversus hujus temporis haereticos,' 

Bellarmin [1581-92], xiv. 184 (re. 1) ; xiv. 

333. 
' Disputations,' value set upon, by Prof, of 

Philosophy at universities, xiv. 377, 

377 (n. 1, 2). 
' Disquisitionum magicarum libri sex,' by 

Martin Delrio [1599], xvi. 401 (re. 6) ; 

xvi. 404 (re. 3). 
Dissen, Heinrich von, i. 100. 
' Dissertatio nova in qua mulieres non esse 

homines probatur ' [1595], xii. 210 (re. 3). 
' Dissertazione sopra le antichita Italiane,' by 

Muratori, ii. 164 (re. 7). 
Dissingau, x. 193. 
Distel, x. 257 (re. 2). 
Distel, Zur Todesstrafe gegen Wilderer in 

Kursachsen., xv. 217 (re. 3). 
Distel, Conrad, pastor of Worms, his advocacy 

of persecution of witches, xvi. 396, 396 

(re. 3). 
his speech about witches, xvi. 396 

(n. 3). 
Distel, Jorg, Swiss preacher, ill reception 

accorded to, in Wiirtemberg, v. 425. 
Distel, Theodore, on effect of religious dis- 
sensions in schools, or the scholars in his 

Der Flacianismus u. d. Schonburgische 

Laudesschule zu Geringswalde, xiii. 114 

{n. 1). 

■ his Flacianismus, viii. 167 (n. 1, 2). 

Distel m a hr, Cleophas, minister of Cathedral 

of Augsburg, Ausschiith u. Steuberung d. 

queten Jesuiterischen Neuen Zeitung, viii. 

317 (re. 2). 
Distelmeyer, Kleophus, x. 208 (n. 2). 
Distelmeyer, Lambrecht, Chancellor of 

Brandenburg, on sale of law degrees at 

Konigsberg Univ. [1603], xiii. 402. 
Distilleries, brandy, xv. 418, 418 (n. 1). 

in Zwickau [1600], xv. 419. 

■ Zittau [1577], xv. 419. 

Berlin [1595], xv. 419, 419 (n. 4). 

Frankfort-on-the-Oder [1604], xv. 

420. 
Dithmar, G. T., Aus u. iiber H. W. Eirchhof, 

xv. 252 (re. 1). 
Dithmarsch, low state of morals in [1590], 

xvi. 49-50, 145. 
Dithmarschen, District of, usury rampant 

in [1541], xv. 39. 
Dithmarsers, the, join Grumbach-Gotha 

conspiracy, vii. 392. 
Ditmar, John, his song in honour of Fred- 
eric William, Duke of Saxony [1583], xi. 

312. 
Dittmannsdorf, discontent of peasantry in 

[1569], xv. 161-2, 162 (re, 1). 



Dittrich, v. 107 (re. 2) ; xiii. 457 (re. 3) ; xiv. 

279 (re. 1). 
Dittrich, Hist. Jahrb. d. Gorresgesellschaft, vi. 

143 (re. 2). 
Miscellanea Ratisbonensia, xiv. 318 

(re. 1). 
■ Nuntiaturberichte G. Morone's [1539], 



vi. 106 (re. 1). 
— on Cropper's work, xiv. 303 (re. 1). 

Regesten u. Brief e d. Kardinals Gasparo 



Contarini, v. 517 (re. 1), 528 (re. 1) ; vi. 

44 (re. 1), 49 (re. 1), 143 (re. 1, 2), 255 (re. 1) ; 

x. 52 (re. 1) ; xi. 92 (re. 3) ; xiii. 58 (w. 2) ; 

xiv. 298 (re. 5), 318 (re. 1). 
Divara, widow of Jan Mathys and ' chief 

queen ' to Jan Van Leiden, bcheadal of, 

v. 465. 
' Division,' Schmidt, vii. 67 (re. 1). 
Dobereiner, Canon of Munich, advocates 

punishment of Johannes Monheim for 

issuing his Catechism., x. 216. 
Doberneck, Friedrich von, xv. 270 (re. 1). 
Dobrilzzgh, in Niederlausitz, siege of Mon- 
astery of, by Elector John Frederic of 

Saxony, vi. 183, 191. 
Dobschiitz, Frau von, trial of, for witchcraft 

[1591], xii. 511 (re. 1). 
' Docta Hyperbolicus,' Luther charged with 

being a, viii. 183. 
' Dr. G. Agricola v. Glaichau, Vater d. 

Mineralogie,' R. Hofmann, xiii. 491 (re. 1). 
' Dr. Johann Eck,' Wiedemann, xiv. 315 

(re. 1, 2, 4), 316 (re. 1), 317 (re. 1, 2), 318 (re. 1). 
'Dr. Johann Pappus v. Linden' [1549-1610], 

Horning, viii. 429 (re. 3). 
' Dr. Johannes Marbach,' Horning, xiii. Ill 

(re. 2). 
' Dr. Konrad Braun, ein Katholischer Rechts- 

gelehrter,' Paulus, x. 202 (re. 2). 
' Dr. Laurentius Scholz von Rosenau, ein 

Arzt u. Botaniker,' F. Kohn, xiii. 534 

(re. 2). 
' Dr. Markus Roy,' Schnell, ix. 342 (re. 1). 
Doctor of Laws, degree of, Zasius on, i. 120. 
' Doctor Wenzeslaus Linck von Colditz ' [1483- 

1547], Remdell, iv. 78 (re.). 
Doctors caricatured, xiv. 54-5. 

death of, during time of plague, xiv, 99. 

Jewish, and their practices, xiv. 50-2. 

52 (re. 1). 

— Magic, xii. 283-92. 

■ ordinance exempting, from attendance 



on plague patients [1597], xiv. 100-1, 
103 (re. 1). 

repudiation of, by Protestants, xiv. 



101, 101 (re. 2). 
' Doctrina Coelestis,' J. Monheim, xiv. 183. 
' Doctrina de praecipuis doctrinae coelestis 

capitibus,' treatise by Cologne Jesuits, xiv. 

183. 
Doctrine of Good Works : see Good Works. 
Doctrines, New [ = Confession of Augsburg], 

as expounded at Diet of Augsburg [1530], 

v. 252-3. 

reply of Roman Catholic to, v. 253-4. 

' Documented Dollinger, v. 418 (re. 1) ; vi. 6 

(re. 1), 157 (re. 1), 307 (re. 1). 
* Documents inedits,' viii. 293 (re. 1). 
' Documents Historiques,' Kentzinger, vi. 

465 (re. 3), vi. 502 (n. 1). 
' Dodecachordia,' by Heinrich Loritz, i. 

243-4. 
Dodonaeus, Rembertus, house-physician to 

Emperors Maximilian II. and Rudolf II. ; 

his services to botany, xiii. 527 (re. 1). 
' Dodonaus' Leben u. Schriften,' Roentzen, 

xiii. 527 (re. 1). 
Doepler, Theatr. poen. et execut. crimin., xv. 

216 (re. 2). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Doering, O., Des Augsburger Patriziers Philipp 
Hainhofer Hezichungen zu Herzog Philipp 
II. von Pommern-Stettin, xi. 205 («. 4). 

Doge of Venice [1608] inclined to Protes- 
tantism, x. 443. 

' Dogmatik,' Heinrich, xiv. 313 (n. 1). 

■ Dogmatik,* Kuhn, xiv. 118 (n. 1). 

' Dogmatik,' Scheeben, xiv 328 (n. 1), 356 
(». 2). 

' Dogmatik,* Standenmaier, xiv. 117 (n. 2), 
147 (n. 1), 153 (n. 2), 174 (n. 1). 

' Dogmatische Theologie,' Heinrich, xiv. 230 
(n. 1). 

Dohme, R., Geschichte d. deulsrhen Kunst, 
xi. 98 (n. 1), 111 (n. 1) ; xi. 112 (». 1), 
124 (n. 2). 

Dohna, xii. 334. 

Castle of, Saxony, wages paid at, i. 

353. 

Dohna, Abraham von, Brandenburg, Am- 
bassador to Diet of Ratisbon [1613], x. 
544 (n. 4). 

on poverty of Emperor Matthias, x. 

534. 

his account of ' impartial committee ' 

appointed to settle differences bet ween 
opposing parties at Diet of Ratisbon [1613], 
x. 544, 544 (n. 4). 
■reports conversation of Bp. Klesl 



against ' Corresponding Princes,' x. 549-50. 
Dohna, Christopher von, his report to Prince 

Christian of Anhalt on tottering position 

of House of Habsburg in Bohemia, 

Hungary, Austria, and Moravia [1617], x. 

620-1. 
Dohna, Fabian von, Prussian Burgrave, on 

state of religious affairs in Cologne [1582], 

ix. 43 (n. 2). 
report of, from Bonn [1582], ix. 50 

(n. 1). 

appointed to chief command of army 



levied in support of French Calvinists and 
Henry of Navarre, ix. 133. 
■ the terror inspired by, in Alsace, ix. 



133. 

— gathering of his army in Alsace, ix. 133. 

— receives order from Emperor Rudolf II. 
forbidding assembling of forces, ix. 134. 

■ declines to recognise authority of 



Emperor, ix. 134."$ 

quarrels with Duke of Bouillon, ix. 135. 

' Doktor Pomeranus, Join. Bugenhagen,' H. 
Hering, xiii. 87 (n. 2). 

* Doktor von Paris ' (der), acted at Munich 
[1609], xiii. 196. 

' Doktoratsessen * at Cologne, extravagance 
at, xiii. 257, 257 (n. 2). 

Dolch, O., xiii. 292 (n. 2). 

Oeschichte d. deutsehen Studentums, xii. 

307 (n. 2). 

Doliator, Dean of Church of St. Severus, 
Erfurt, threatened by students, iii. 189- 
90. 

Dbllinger, Johann [gna., v. 450 (n. 1) ; vii. 
76 (n. 2), 77 (n. 2), 140 (n. 1), 141 (n. 2), 142 
(n. 1), 148 (n. 1), 247 (n. 2), 277 (n. 1), 
278 (n. 2), 280 (n. 2), 289 (n. 1), 310 
(n. 4), 311 (». 1); viii. 158 (n. 1), 341 
(n. 1), 391 (n. 2), 403 (n. 1), 404 (n. 1); 
xii. 386 (n. 1) ; xiii. 23 (». 4), 25 (n. 2. 8), 
26 (n. 4), 32 (n. 2), 34 (n. 5), 70 (n. 2), 
79 (n. 1), 92 (n. 1), 95 (». 3), 96 (»i. 1), 
97 (n. 1, 2, 3), 98 (n. 1), 99 (n. 1), 101 
(n. 2), 104 (n. 1), 108 (n. 2), 112 («. 1), 
116 (fl. 1), 117 (n. 1, 2), 122 (fl. 2, 3), 132 
(n. 2), 158 (n. 5), 251 (n. 1), 260 (n. 2), 
261 (n. 1), 282 (n. 2), 290 (ft. 3, 4), 297 
(n. 1, 3), 301 (n. 1, 2), 303 (tt. 4), 304 
(n. 1), 324 (n. 2), 329 (n. 3), 330 (n. 1), 



332 (n. 1, 3), 333 (n. 1), 354 (n. 1), 378 
(fl. 1), 379 (n. 1, 2), 466 (n. 1), 499 (n. 3), 
503 (n. 1), 506 (it. 2), 509 (n. 2) ; xiv. 
87 (n. 1), 91 (re. 2), 93 (n. 2), 94 (n. 2), 
136 (n. 1), 154 (n. 2), 187 (n. 2), 190 
(n. 2), 191 (». 2), 196 (n. 5), 197 (n. 1), 
198 (». 1), 199 (w. 1), 205 (n. 1), 223 
(«. 3), 224 (n. 1), 225 (n. 2, 3, 4), 226 
(n. 1), 227 (n. 1), 228 (n. 1), 229 (n. 1, 2), 
234 (n. 1), 236 (n. 2, 3), 291 (n. 1), 300 
(n. 1), 303 (fl. 3), 472 (fl. 3), 474 (fl. 3), 
479 (». 1), 502 (n. 2), 503 (n. 1), 504 
(fl. 1, 3), 505 (fl, 2), 506 (fl. 1, 2, 3), 507 
(n. 1) ; xv. 388 («. 1), 422 (n. 2), 456 
(ft. 1), 457 (n. 1, 2), 460 (n. 3), 473 (it. 1, 2), 
476 («. 2), 477 (n. 1), 485 (n. 1, 2), 488 
(n. 2) ; xvi. 108 (n. 2). 

Dbllinger, on effect of religious dissension 
in schools, on the boys, xiii. 114 (n. 1), 
115 («. 1). 

on injurious effect of religious dis- 
turbances on the writing of German 
history at close of 16th cent., xiii. 426 
(fl. 3). 

his criticism of historian Aventin, xiii. 

431 (n. 1). 

on Lutheran fear of death, xiv. 87 

(n. 1), 91 (n. 2). 

on Luther's views on Aristotle, xiv. 

119 (fl. 4), 120 (fl. 1, 2), 122 (fl. 1), 223 
(n. 1). 

on abolition of speculative theology 

among Protestants, xiv. 144 (it. 1). 

on nature of Protestant polemics, xiv. 

144 (n. 2). 

on Protestant lamentations, pulpit 

polemics and sectarian controversies, 
and their disastrous effects on the people, 
xiv. 471 (n. 1). 

his classification of Lutheran sects, 



xiv. 173 (n. 2). 

— on abusive nature of Protestant 
sermons, xiv. 467 (n. 2). 

— on magic of the ancients, etc., in his 
Heidentum und Judentuni, xvi. 220 
(n. 1). 

— his Die Ausspruche, vii. 312 (n. 1). 
■ Beitrage, iv. 144 (n. 1) ; vii. 197 



(n. 1) ; xiv. 309 (it. 5). 

— Documente, v. 418 (it. 1); vi. 6 



(n. 1), 157 (». 1), 307 (n. 1). 

Epist. Ig. a., v. 486 (n. 1). 

■ — Kirche und Kirehen, iii. 177; v. 

289 (n. 1), 485 (». 1) ; x. 221 (n. 1) ; 
xiv. 230 (n. 3), 418 (n. 3). 

— Kleniere Schriften, xvi. 243 (n. 2). 
Luther «. d. Zauberwesen, xii. 322 



(it. 1). 



Die Papstfabeln des Mittelalters, 
x. 32 (n. 2). 
■ his Reformation, iii. 239 (n. 1), 357 



(n. 2), 359 (n. 1), 360 (n. 1), 361 (». 1, 3) ; 
iv. 64 («. 1), 158 (it. 1), 163 (n. 1) ; v. 
86 (n. 2), 100 (». 1). 146 (n. 1). 279 (it. 1), 
428 (n. 1), 536 (n. 3) ; vi. 58 (n. 1), 280 
(n. 1), 276 (it. 1). 829 (n. 2), 348 (n. 1), 
533 (n. 2); vii. 3 (n. 1), 11 (it. 1,2), 12 
(n. 1), 18 (it. 1), 14 (». 2), 15 (n. 1), is 
(n. 1), 19 (n. 2, 4), 296 (n. 8) ; ix. 34 
(n. 1), 232 (it. 1) ; x. 257 (n. 1), 280 
(n. 1) ; xi. 284 (n. 1) ; xii. 261 (n. 1) ; 
xiv. 231 (it. I, 2), 232 (n. 1). 233 (n. 1), 
2."..". (». 21, 2), 273 (n. 1). 286 (n. 2), 419 
(fl. 1). 420 (n. 1, 2). 422 (it. 1. 2, 3), 4L':< 
(n. 1, 2), 424 (n. l), 428 (n. 3), 144 (n. 1). 
450 (n. 1) ; xvi. 11 (n. 1), 13 (n. 2), 19 
(n. 2), 20 (n. 1), 22 (it. l. 2). 23 (n. 1), 25 
(n. i, 2), 26 (n. l), 27 (n. I). 28 fn. l), 
30 (t>. 1), 31 (n. 1), 82 (n. 8), 34 (n. 1), 



114 



INDEX 



36 (ra.'2), 45 (re. 1, 3), 50 (re. 1). 51 (». 1), 
86 (re 1), 88 (re. 1), 91 (re. 1), 92 (n. 1), 
93 (re. 1), 95 (n. 1, 2), 96 (n. 2), 98 (re. 1), 
99 (re. 1, 2), 100 (re. 1), 101 (re. 1), 103 
(n. 3), 104 (re. 1), 106 (re. 1, 2), 107 (re. 3), 
121 (re. 2), 123 (re. 1, 2), 125 (re. 2), 131 
(n. 2), 133 (». 2), 138 (re. 3), 141 (re. 2), 
142 (re. 1, 4), 143 (re. 1), 144 (re. 3), 145 
(re. 2), 148 (re. 2), 151 (re. 1), 155 (re. 3), 
165 (re. 4), 166 (re. 1, 2), 312 (re. 3). 

Dollinger, Johann Igna, DieUniversitaten sonst 
undjetzt, xiii. 263 (re. 4). 

Dollmays, H., his Hieronymus Bosch and 
the Representation of the Four Last 
Things, ix. 220 (re. 1). 

— ■ — ■ his N iederlandische Malerei d. 15 u. 
16 Jahrhundert, xi. 220 (re. 1). 

Dolours of Mary, i. 274. 

Doltz, Karl [Protestant], sermon of, against 
immoral tendencies of present art L1557], 
xi. 233, 233 (re. 3). 

Doltz, M. Heinrich, in defence of cruelty 
by schoolmasters and on meanness towards 
Church and schools in his Whitsun sermon 
[1577], xiii. 53 (re. 3), 95 (re. 1), 118 (re. 2). 

Dolzig, Johann von, Marshall to Elector 
of Saxony, v. 421. 

Dom zu Hiidesheim, Eratz, xi. 137 (re. 3). 

Domann, John, his Song of the German 
Hausa [1606], xv. 18, 18 (re. 2). 

Dominican Monasteries handed over to 
Magistrates of Brandenburg to pay 
Elector's debts, vi. 68. 

in Halle sacked by troops of John 

Frederic, Elector of Saxony, vi. 348. 

Dominicanesses, Convent of, at Maria 
Reuthin, expulsion of nuns from, by 
Duke Christopher of Wiirtemberg [1559], 
vii. 80-2. 

Dominicans, dislike of, by Jews and Chris- 
tians in 15th cent., ii. 78. 

with Franciscans, chief opponents of 

Protestant innovations in Church, ix. 
333-4, 334 (n. 1). 

satires of John Fischart directed 

against, xi. 371. 
• of Cologne champion cause of Catholic 



Church, xiv, 261. 
their services to Catholic Church, xiv. 

349. 
Dominicus, A., Geschichte d. Stiftung d. 

Jesuiten Kollegs im Koblentz, ix. 313 

(re. 2). 
Gesch. d. Koblentzer Gymnasiums, xiii. 

140 (re. 3), 195 (re. 2). 
Dominikaner, Paulus, xiv. 270 (re. 1). 
Dominions, imperial hereditary, unrest in 

[1612-3], x. 517. 
* Dominus,' Cornelius Agrippa'a attendant 

devil, xi. 384. 
Dommarein of Dissingaw, x. 200 (re. 1). 
- — — his attack on Jesuits in Eine Kurze 

Information u. Anleitung von d. Autonomia 

[1610], x. 194-5, 194 (re. 1, 2). 
■ on increase of strife between differ- 



ent sects [1610], x. 256-7, 257 (re. 1). 
Dommer, von, xiii. 78 {n. 2). 
Dommer, Arrey von, on Counterpoint in 

Handbook of Musical Ilist., xi. 256 

(re. 2). 
Donatists, x. 102, 207 ; xiv. 336. 
Donato de Bardi on condition of Germans 

[1543], vi. 235-6. 
Donatus, his grammar, abuse of, xiii. 66. 
' Donatus,' by Rudolf Bellinckhaus, xi. 

246 (n. 2). 
Donauworth, free or imperial city, ii. 129 ; 

ix. 469 ; x. 449, 455, 467 ; xiii. 462. 
Nuremberg tinsmiths at, ii. 29. 



Donauworth, molestation of Catholics ill, 

vi. 305, 305 (re. 1). 
Council of Augsburg send soldiers to 

aid Protestant party in, vi. 305. 
• seized by Smalcaldic troops, vi. 317-8, 



332. 
— Protestant 



339. 



army retires through, vi. 



■ retaken by Emperor Charles V., vi. 342. 

— flight of Elector Maurice to, vi. 495. 

— events at, up to year 1608, ix. 447-66. 
their influence on Protestant 

League, ix. 446. 

— Religious Pacification of Augsburg in 
force in, ix. 447. 

• its violation by pastor and preacher 



at Church of St. John, ix. 447. 

remonstrated with by Town Council 

[1560], ix. 447. 

- — steps taken by authorities for suppres- 
sion of Catholic worship [1567], ix. 447-8. 
■ complaints of proceedings from 



Bishop of Augsburg, ix. 448. 

— complaints disregarded, ix. 448. 



— religious processions prohibited [1573], 
ix. 448. 

— baptism, sacrament, or marriage 
prohibited except in Lutheran churches 
[1577], ix. 448, 449. 

■ modification of enactment by Town 



Council [1578], ix. 448. 

discontent of pastors Weiland and 



Neuberger and their abuse of Catholicism, 
ix. 448-9. 

— incited by complaints from Catholic 
Estates, the Town Council resolve on 
extermination of Catholicism, ix. 449. 

— Town Council resolve that no more 
Catholics be received as citizens, and right 
of citizenship withheld from sons of 
Catholic burghers [1596], ix. 449-50. 

■ Catholic population reduced to about 



16 families, ix. 450. 

— breach between Town Council and 
Monastery of the Holy Cross, ix. 450. 

— Town Council commanded by Imperial 
Aulic Council to abstain from persecu- 
tion of monastery and Catholics in exercise 
of their religion, ix. 450-1. 

■ appeal of Town Council against order 



of Aulic Council, ix. 451. 

depraved condition of morals in, ix. 

451. 

— onslaught of populace on Catholic 
procession, ix. 451, 451 (re. 3). 

— Town Council appeals for aid to Pro- 
testant Estates at Diet of Worms [1607], 
ix. 452. 

Protestant Estates send in petition 

to Emperor Rudolf II. against Aulic 
Council, ix. 452. 

— Council of, receive orders not to oppose 
measures taken by Duke Maximilian of 
Bavaria for protection of Catholics, ix. 
452. 

— Catholic procession on St. Mark's Day 
[1607], disturbances arising from, and 



attack on Monastery of Holy Cross, ix. 
453-4. 

— Council in secret sympathy with 



rioters, ix. 454. 
— general attention of Empire drawn to 
disturbances in, ix. 455. 
■ Town Council appeal for help to Count 



Palatine, Louis of Neuburg, and the town 

of Ulm, ix. 455. 
— verdict of Diet of Nordlungcn in favour 

of Council of [1607], ix. 455. 
resolution passed by, ix. 465-6. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Donau worth, pronounce action relating to 
DonauwSrth of Emperor Rudolf II., Maxi- 
milian, Duke of Bavaria, and the Bishop 
of Augsburg illegal, ix. 456. 

enter protest at Imperial Court against 

measures proposed by Duke Maximilian, 
ix. 456. 

imperial proclamation against, formu- 
lated, ix. 458. 

Council Bend submissive dispatch to 

Emperor begging him not to proceed 
against town, ix. 458. 

Minor Council agree to demands of 

fresh commission sent by Duke Maxi- 
milian and send written guarantee to 
Emperor, ix. 458. 

Major Council refuse to ratify written 

document, ix. 458-9. 
■ town given over to revelry and disorder, 



ix. 459-60. 
— upon third Commission being sent by 
Duke Maximilian, Imperial conditions 
accepted, ix. 460-1. 
■ urged by embassy from Protestant 



Estates to hold out, the Council retract 
their acceptance of Ducal demands, ix. 
461. 

— ban over town proclaimed by Imperial 
Herald, ix. 461. 

effect in Empire of, ix. 464-6. 

surrenders to army sent by Duke 

Maximilian of Bavaria, ix. 461-2. 

— affair, subordinate part played by, 
after all, at Diet of Ratisbon [1608], ix. 
497. 

proceedings against, pronounced illegal 

in statement sent to Emperor Rudolf II., 
ix. 497. 

— action of Council at, defended, ix. 
497-8. 

— proceedings against, ix. 515-6. 
• disturbances in, on account of new 



Gregorian Calendar, x. 72. 

and Protestant League T1609], x. 417. 

Allied princes demand from Rudolf II. 

its restoration to ancient position, x. 

421-2. 
demand of Protestant allies for its 

release from ban, x. 531. 
question of removal of ban from, and 

restoration of, x. 537. 
Emperor's intention concerning, x. 

541, 545. 
ProtokoU was d. Korrespondierenden 

Deputation bei Pfalz-Neubunj d. Korres- 

pondenz-Sachsen Nalber gehandeli den 

J. 10 September, x. 537 (n. 1). 
Donauwbrth, Lossen, ix. 450 (n. 1), 455 

(n. 1), 498 (n. 1), 452 (». 1), 453 (n. 1). 
' Donauworther Chronik,' Knebel, iv. 209 

(n. 2), 352. 
Donau wort hers, the, their cause said to be 

espoused by Archduke Matthias, x. 424. 
' Donauwbrthische bestandige Information, 

ix. 472 (n. 1). 
Donawer, Christopher, vii. 352 (n. 1), 353 

(n. 1), 361 («. 1), 366 (n. 1), 367 (n. 1), 

372 (n. 1), 374 (n. 1), 375 (n. 1), 376 (n. 1). 
— — declines to insult Calvinists from pulpit 

[1610], x. 274, 274 (n. 3). 
Donellus, Hugo, French Caivinist jurist, 

lectures in Heidelberg and Altorf, xiii. 

414, 414 (n. 1). 
finishes his chief work, Kommantare des 

Zivilrechtes [1591], xiii. 414. 
' Donner- und Wunderpredigt,' by Hart- 

mnnn Braun [1603], xii. 247. 
Donnersberg, Bavarian ambassador to 

Prague, x. 4^(5. 



Dopperschitz, x. 258 (n. 1), 262. 
Dordrecht Synod, xiv. 178. 

See also Dortrecht. 
Doria, Andrew, Genoese Admiral, gained 

over by Emperor, v. 196. 
chases Ottomans from Ionian Seas, 

etc., v. 391. 
Doria, Philippino, defeats Imperial fleet at 

Amain, v. 196. 
' Dorische (Das) in d. Renaissance,' Wassler, 

xi. 110 (n. 3). 
Dorn, Gerhard, doctor of Frankfort and 

disciple of Paracelsus, xiv. 22. 
his Samml. philosophies chemicce quatuor 

vetustissima scripta [1604], xii. 291 {n. 1). 
Dornau, Caspar, xii. 223 (n. 2). 
Dornavius, Ulysses Scholasticus, xiv. 32 (n. 1). 
Dorner, Isaac Aug. (theologian), xiv. lt>2 

(n. 3, 4), 163 (n. 2), 165 (n. 1), 167 (n. 4), 

169 («. 4), 176 (n. 2), 178 (n. 2), 186 (n. 3, 5), 

189 (n. 2). 
Suabian Christology, xiv. 153 (». 1), 

156 (n. 1), 157 (n. 1). 
Ills grouping of controversies 

among Protestant theologians, xiv. 158 

(n. 2). 
on basis of decisions of the ' Fusion ' 



Theologians, xiv. 160 (n. 1). 
— on John Gerhard's Loci 



Communes 



theologici, xiv. 165 (n. 5). 
— on ' evangelical scholastics,' xiv. 



181 

(n. 7). 

Dornstadt, witch-burning in [1616], xvi. 486. 
Dornstetten, endowment of pulpit at, i. 39, 

40. 
Dorothea, Countess Palatine, wife of Elector 

Palatine Frederic II., viii. 154. 
letters to Dorothea Susannah [1566-67], 

daughter of Frederic III., viii. 154, 155. 
Dorothea Susannah, Duchess, widow of Duke 

John William and daughter of Elector 

Palatine Frederic III., viii. 154, 155, 

178-9. 
pleads for Caspar Melissauder in vain, 

viii. 178. 
receives orders to leave Castle at 

Weimar, viii. 178-9. 
ordered to sign Melanchthon's ' Corpus 

Doctrinae,' viii. 179. 
letter to Electress Anna of Saxony on 

religious teachings forced upon Count 

Palatine Frederic by his uncle, John 

Casimir, ix. 95. 
Dorothea Ursula, Duchess of Wiirtemberg, 

x. 399. 
Dorothy, Queen of Denmark, letter to 

Electrons of Saxony, xv. 309, 309 (». 1). 
Dorpat conquered by Ivan the Terrible, 

vii. 113. 

See also Liibeck. 
Dortmund, free Imperial city, ii. 129. 

brass foundries at, i. 193. 

church at, i. 171. 

plague at [1551, 1552], xiv. 66, 66 (n. 8). 

ravages of influenza in [1580], xiv. 

73 (n. 3). 
Dortrecht, Synod of, invests Heidelberg 

Catechism with Authority of Symbol of 

Faith, vii. 316. 

See also Dordn . lit. 
Dorygen, apparition at 11561], xii. 341 («. 1). 
Dbtschmann, Peter [Lutheran dean at 

Schwabisch-Hall], on toleration of Jews 

by Catholics in Die Lehre der Papisten 

Calvinistcn, un.tr. [1617], x. 246 7. 
on Catholic views on marriage in Die 

Lehreder Papisten Calrinistcn, u.s.w., 

x. 250-1. 
Douai, viii. 291 : see Douay. 



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INDEX 



Douay, English College founded at, by 

Cardinal William Allen, viii. 263. 
Douwermann, Heinrich, sculptor, i. 186. 
' Downfall of the Christian Faith,' lament by 

Thomas Murner, iii. 147-50. 
Drach, von, xi. 203 (re. 1). 
Drachstadt, John, manager of Richelsdorf 

Copper Mines, xv. 99, 99 (re. 1). 
Draco, John, expelled from church choir 

for assisting at welcome to Luther to 

Erfurt, iii. 189-90. 
'Draconicidium, dass ist, Dracken Mordt,' 

x. 593 (re. 2). 
Draconites, xiii. 117 (». 2). 
Draconites, Dr. Johannes of Rostock, vii. 25. 
his anti-Sabbatarian teachings, etc., 

vii. 25-6. 

leaves Rostock, vii. 26. 



Dracontius, James, Latin poet, i. 106. 
Drakenburg, defeat of Imperial troops 

under Duke Eric of Brunswick-Calenberg, 

vi. 366. 
Drama, its importance in history of culture 

at close of Middle Ages, xi. 390-1. 

religious, xii. 1-35. 

— Catholic, xii. 1-14. 

its elevated character, xii. 13 

(». 2). 
fresh impulse given to, by Catholic 

Cantons of Switzerland, xii. 5-6. 
— German Protestant, xii. 15-35. 

■ effect of its controversial 



character, xii. 15-16, 16 (w. 1), 18. 

its change of attitude towards the New 

Testament, xi. 207 ; xii. 18-9. 
— length of performances, xii. 22-4. 
See also Mystery Plays. 
- — ■ of the Reformation, xiii. 188 («. 2). 
— Polemical-Satiric, xii. 36-141. 

becomes the mirror of current 



religious strife, xii. 36. 
Drama, School : see School Drama. 
' Drama,' W. Wackernagel, xi. 320 (re. 1) ; 

xii. 16 (w. 1), 180 (n. 1). 
' Drama (Das) d. Jesuiten,' Bahlmann, xiii. 

197 (re. 1). 
' Drama (Das) des Mittelalters,' R. Frouing, 

xii. 2 (». 2). 
Dramas of Murder and Immorality, xii. 

176-84. 
Dramatic Literature : see Literature, 

Dramatic. 
' Dramatischen Auffuhrungen im Gymnasium 

zer Strassburg,' A. Jundt, xiii. 174 (». 3). 
' Dramatisierungen (Die) der Susanna Pilger,' 

xii. 4 (n. 4). 
' Dramen, Einleitung,' Ackermann and 

Voith, xii. 34 (re. 2), 53 (re. 1). 
' Dramen,' Jacob Ayrer, xv. 171 (n. 1). 
' Dramen,' Rebhun, xii. 24 (n. 2, 3). 
Drandorf, Johann, burnt at stake for Hussite 

teachings, iv. 128-9. 
Dream-books, xii. 304-5. 
Dreams, as means of reading the future, 

xii. 304. 
Dreesen, xiii. 255 (re. 1) ; xiv. 61 (n. 3), 

66 (re. 1). 
Dreger, Melchior, Dean of the Oberkirche, 

Frankfort-on-thc-Oder, his sermon against 

slashed hose L1555], xv. 359 (n. 1). 
' Drei Briefe bei Simon Gedicke, Calvinisterei,' 

x. 309 (re. 1). 
' Drei Christliche Donnerpredigten,' by 

Hartmann Braun, xvi. 498 (n. 1). 
' Drei Christl. Predigten,' by Hartmann 

Braun, xii. 247 (re. 2) ; xv. 308 (re. 3). 

Erste Predigt, xv. 236 (n. 2). 

'Drei geschriftfeste Predigten' [1566], Nas, 

x. 108 (n. 2). 



'Drei Gesprachbuchlein' [1539], xiv. 290 

(n. 1). 
' Drei Kleger ob einem bosen alten verstor- 

benen Weib,' Hans Sachs, xii. 20. 
' Drei Predigten,' Nicholas Selnekker [1580], 

xv. 480 (re. 2), 505 (n. 4). 
'Drei unterschiedl. newe Miinzedicta' [1609], 

xv. 87 (re. 1). 
Dreihaupt, Beschreiburg des Saalkreises, 

vi. 349 (re. 1) ; xvi. 158 (n. 1). 
' Dreikbpfiger Antichrist,' Johann Prsetorius, 

x. 263-4, 264 (re. 1). 
' Dreikronen Bursa,* the, viii. 242. 
handed over to care of Jesuit, Johann 

von Reidt, viii. 242-3. 
' Dreizehu Predigten vom Tiirken,' James 

Andrea, v. 428 (n. 1) ; viii. 403 (n. 1). 
Drescher, Karl, xi. 317 (w. 1). 
Dresden, vi. 309 (n. 2), 503 ; vii. 396 ; viii. 

65, 119, 157, 173, 174, 349 (n. 3) ; ix. 112, 

113 ; x. 480, 552. 

wages in, i. 353. 

excitement in, concerning deaths of 

■ Dukes George and Frederic of Saxony 

[1539], vi. 49. 
— — interview at, between Dukes of Prussia, 

Pornerania, and Mecklenburg and Margrave 

Hans of Brandenburg-Custnn, vi. 438. 
and Weimar, enmity between Courts 

of, vii. 377. 
Caspar Peucer held in high esteem at 

Court at, viii. 173-4. 
visit of Emperor Maximilian II. with 

Empress and sons [1575], viii. 191. 
fireworks at, commemoration of Elector 

Augustus's triumph over Calvinism, viii. 

191. 
plot against Elector Augustus dis- 
covered in, ix. 2. 
friendly reception accorded to am- 
bassadors of Henry III. of France at, 

ix. 135. 

Calvinist preachers at Court of, ix. 150. 

attack on Calvinist preacher at, ix. 153. 

outrages in, ix. 162-3. 

charges of crime brought against 

Jesuits in [1602], x. 332. 
oil-painting ridiculing the Confessional 

in, xi. 69, 69 («. 2). 
Castle, cost of building [1548-54], 

xi. 131. 

its decorations, xi. 131-2. 

stables of, added by Elector Christian I. 

[after 1586], xi. 131. 

— Court of, expenses of [1611], xi. 132. 

under Elector Christian II., 



xv. 207-8, 208 (n. 1, 2). 
historical museum at, silver drinking- 

vessel in, xi. 183 (n. 3). 
hymn-book [1590], xi. 271 («. 1). 

— indecent dances at [1555], xi. 303 (n. 4) ; 
xvi. 115. 

— English actors at Electoral Court of, 
[1586], xii. 163. 

— English comedians at [1617], xii. 179, 
179 (re. 3). 

— accounts of the devil in [1582], xii. 
385, 385 (re. 2). 

— report on decay of education in [1578], 
xiii. 33. 

— school at, reduction of salary of 
' Supremus ' at, xiii. 124. 

— censorship of Press at [1571], xiv. 
504-5. 

— taxation in, xv. 20. 
no fixed rules for enforced services 



from peasantry in [1547], xv. 160. 
— Lent and Carnival festivities at [1609], 
xv. 269, 269 (re. 1). 



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Dresden, cliristening festivities at [1614], xv. 

269. 

sham fight at [1617], xv. 269, 269 (re. 2). 

Court laboratory at, xv. 281, 281 (n. 3). 

witch-burning in [1585], xvi. 514, 

514 (n. 3). 

Heath, boar-hunt on [1562], xv. 198. 

' Dresden Consens * [ = Confession of Dresden, 

1572] : see ' Consens, Dresden.' 
Dress, extravagance of, in 15th cent., 

ii. 63-70. 

rules for, of Council of Ratisbon, ii. 64. 

cause of impoverishment of many 

nobles, ii. 67-8. 
dictum of notables at Diet of Nurem- 
berg [1524], on extravagance in, iv. 145-6. 

general extravagance in, iv. 145-8. 

of scholars in Princes' Schools, xiii. 

81, 81 (n. 1, 2). 
and finery, love of, among princes and 

nobles, xv. 270-7, 271 («. 1). 
Dress : see also Costume. 
Dressel, A., xiv. 265 (re. 2). 
Dresser, Matthew, professor of history at 

Leipzig University, xiii. 448 ; xiv. 93 (re. 2), 

338. 
on falling off in study of Greek [1581], 

xiii. 378-9, 379 (re. 1). 
his criticism of Sleidan's history, xiii. 

448, 448 (re. 1). 
Dreux, defeat of Huguenot forces near, 

viii. 6. 
Drexel, Hieronvmus, Father, letter from, to 

Rader, xiii. 198. 
Drexel, jeremias, Father (Jesuit), xiv. 452, 

452 (re. 1). 
exhorts to persecution of witches in his 

Qazophylacium [1637], xvi. 464 (re 1). 
Drexel, Theodore, Herr, xv. 261 (re. 2). 
Drey Christliche Predigten, Michael Nieder- 

stetter [1611], xv. 422 (re. 1). 
' Drey underschiedliche Predigten,' Geo. 

Scherer, xv. 38 (re. 1), 39 (re. 1), 42-4, 44 

(re. 1). 
' Dreyfache Erklarung d. Catechismi Lutheri* 

[1602], Polycarp Leiser, xiv. 188 (n. 4). 
Dreyhaupt : see Dreihaupt. 
Dried plants, earliest collections of : see 

Plants, dried. 
Driemont, John, the torturing of, xvi. 184-5. 
Driesen, mint at, sold to false coiner, xv. 88, 

88 (re. 7). 
Drimpelius, George, rector of school at 

Frankfort-on-the-Main [1562], salary re- 
ceived by, xiii. 126, 126 (re. 2). 
Dringenberg, Ludwig, teacher at Zwolle, i. 62. 

pupil of Hegius, i. 70. 

his work in Alsatia, i. 71. 

and gymnasium at Schlcttstadt, i. 77 ; 

xiii. 6-7. 
Drinking, Books on : see Books on Drinking 

and Carousing. 
Drinking-Vessels, different names of, xi. 

183 (n. 8). 
1 Dritte Weltkarte P. Apians vom Jahre 1530,' 

Wagner, xiii. 477 («. 1). 
Dronkmann, town-clerk of Treves [1559], 

vii. 187-8. 
Drosing, neglected condition of parish at, 

vii. 164. 
Droysen, J. G., vi. 10 (re. 1), 450 (re. 1); ix. 

113 (re. 1), 117 (re. 1, 3), 148 (re. 2) ; xvi. 

2 (re. 1). 
his Geschichte d. preussischen Pciitik, 

ii. 192 (re. 1) ; iv. 147 (re. 2) ; v. 2 (re, 3), 

176 (re. 2) ; vi. 61 (re. 1), 63 (re. 2), 239 (re. 1) ; 

vii. 231 (n. 2). 
his Aus d. danischen liiichern, vii. 384 

(re. 2). 



Droysen, J.G., on attitude of Luther, Melanch- 
thon, etc., towards ' Augsburg Confession,' 
v. appendix note xviii. p. 556. 

Drubeek, xii. 26. 

' Druck und Vertrieb d. Werke Luthers,' 
Burckhardt, xiv. 520 (re. 2). 

Druffel, A. von, vi. 370 (re. 1), 372 (re. 2), 
374 (re. 2), 378, 390 (re. 1), 401 (re. 1), 
403 (re. 2), 421 (n. 1), 425 (re. 1), 427 (re. 1), 
430 (re. 1), 432 (re. 2), 436 (re. 1), 438 (re. 3), 
441 (re. 1, 2), 442 (re. 1, 2, 4), 446 (re. 1, 2), 
447 (re, 1), 448 (re. 2), 449 (re. 1), 454 (re. 2), 
456 (re. 1), 460 (re. 1), 461 (re. 1), 463 (n. 1, 
3), 464 (n. 2), 468 (re. 2), 469 (re. 1), 470 
(re. 1), 472 (re. 2), 473 (re. 1), 475 (re, 1, 2), 
477 (re. 1), 481 (re. 1), 484 (re. 1), 486 (n. 1), 
488 (n. 2), 492 («. 1, 2), 494 (re. 1), 499 
(re. 1), 500 (re. 1), 503 (re. 1), 507 (re. 1), 
518 (re. 1), 546 (re. 2), 548 (re. 2), 562 (re. 2), 
564 (re. 2) ; xiv. 260 (re. 1). 

his Artikul, wie d. Reiffenberg geendert, 

vi. 440 (re. 1). 

Briefe und Akten, xvi. 72 (re. 1, 3). 

Ignatius v. Loyola u. d. romische Kurie, 

x. 353 (re. 1). 

Karl V. u. d. romische Curie, vi. 157 

(re. 1), 254 (re. 1), 256 (n. 1), 257 (re. 1), 258 
(re. 1, 2, 3), 259 (re. 1), 270 (n. 2), 288 (re. 3), 
289 (n. 1, 2), 290 (re. 1, 2), 298 (n. 2), 377 
(re. 2). 

des Viglius v. Zwichem Tagebuch d. 

Schmalkaldischen Donaukrieges, vi. 326 
(re. 1), 377 (re. 1), 381 (re. 1) ; xiii. 453 
(re. 1). 

Druffel, von, and Brandi, Beitrage zur 
Reichsgeschichte, vi. 540 (re. 2). 

Drugulin, x. 490 (re. 2), 574 (n. 1) ; xi. 58 
(n. 2), 63 (n. 3), 74 (n. 1), 75 (n. 1, 2, 5), 228 
(re. 1) ; xv. 264 (re. 2). 

Uistor. Bilderatias, 234 (re. 3). 

Drummond, R. Blackley, xiv. 300 (n. 1). 

Life of Erasmus, ill. 8, 11 (re. 1), 15 

(n. 1), 16 (n. 1). 

Drunkenness, at German Courts, xv. 228-70. 

deaths from, xv. 409-10. 

Dscherbe, victory of Turkish fleet, over 
Christian, off [1560], vii. 198. 

Du Bellay, Memoires, vi. 94 (re. 2). 

Du Fay, William, of Hainault, musical 
pioneer, i. 243. 

Du Fresne-Canoye [Calvinist], French Am- 
bassador to Venice, advocates war with 
Italy as beneficial to France [1607], x. 
441-2, 442 (re. 1). 

his opinion of Fra Paolo Sarpi, x. 442 

(re. 3). 

Du Prel, C, Studien aus d. Gebiete d. Oeheim- 
wissenschaften, xvi. 288 (re. 1). 

Duarenus, Francis, professor of Juris- 
prudence at Bourges, xiii. 413. 

Diiben, irreligion of people of, v. 99. 

Dubro, depraved condition of people of, v. 
99. 

Duchess of Brunswick, drinking habits of, 
xv. 286, 2:!.". (,(. 2). 

Duchies, suppression of, ii. 118. 

Dudik, Dr. B., xv. 218 (re. 5). 

Dudith, Andreas, Bishop of Tina, Protestant 
and celibacy of priesthood, vii. 252-3. 

on general condition of Protestantism 

[1509], viii. 185 6. 

writes from Breslau in praise of 

Jesuits [1681], ix. 311-2. 

on the learning of the Jesuits, xiii. 

131, 131 (re. 3). 

Duelling, futile endeavour of Council of 
Trent to put an end to, viii. 256-7, 257 
(re. 1). 

Dues, .Memorial : see Memorial Dues. 



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INDEX 



Duflon, G., Hans Sachs als Moralist in d. 

Fastnachtsspielen, xii. 144 (n. 1). 
Duhr, Father Bernhard, ix. 373 (n. 8) ; xiii. 

140 (re. 1), 165 («. 1), 192 (re. 1), 395 (re. 4), 

460 (n. 2, 4) ; xvi. 238 (re. 2, 3), 239 (n. 2), 

391 («. 3), 465 (re. 2). 
■ on effect of religious disturbances on 

the writing of German history, xiii. 

426 (n. 3). 
• in the Innsbrueker Zeitschr. fiir Kathol. 



Theologie, xvi. 286 (re. 2) 
— his Jesuiten als Historilcer, xiii. 437 

(re. 2). 

his Keller, xiii. 437 (n. 2). 

his Die Jesuiten an d. deutschen Filr- 

stenhofen d. 16 Jahrhunderts, x. 356 (n. 1). 
his Jesuitenfabeln, x. 206 (n. 2), 286 



(m. 1) ; xiii. 157 (n. 1). 
— his PawJ Laymann und d. Hexen- 
prozesse, xvi. 467 (re. 3). 
■ his Reformsbestrebungen d. Kardinals 



Otto Truchsess v. Waldburg, xiii. 227 (w. 1). 
his Schulordnung d. Gesellschaft Jesu, 

viii. 243 (n. 5). 
his Die Stellung d. Jesuiten, xvi. 217 

(re. 1), 388 (n. 1), 401 (n. 6), 404 (re. 1), 

413 (re. 1), 435 (re. 2), 437 (re. 2), 438 (re. 1), 

441 (n. 1), 445 (n. 1), 457 (n. 3), 461 (re. 2), 

463 (re. 1, 2), 464 (». 1), 465 (re. 1, 2), 466 

(re. 1), 467 (re. 3), 472 (re. 3). 
on Witch-Bull of Innocent VIII. in, 

xvi. 243 (re. 2), 247. 
his Studienordnung, xiii. 110 (re. 1), 

129 (n. 1), 135 (n. 1), 136 (re. 1), 157 (re. 1), 

162 (w. 1, 2), 163 (re. 1), 164 (re. 1), 186 

(re. 1, 3, 4). 
Duisburg, xiii. 469. 

church at, i. 171. 

becomes a centre of Calvinism, viii. 

347. 
edict issued .at, by Duke William IV. of 

Jiilich-Cleves against exercise of all 

foreign spiritual jurisdiction [1551], ix. 

349. 
[town] seized by General Spinola [1614], 

x. 570. 
University, its comparative unim- 
portance in realm of theology, xiv. 177. 
Dukes of Wiirttemberg, xiv. 37. 
Diilmen, xi. 137 (re. 4). 
Oumoulin, Charles [ = French Papinian] 

[Calvinist advocate], extols tyrannicide, 

x. 371-2. 
Duncker, H., Anhalts BeJeenntnisstand 

[1570-1606], viii. 418 (re. 3) ; x. 282 (re. 1). 
Dunderstadt, labours of Weinreich amongst 

plague-stricken people of, ix. 328. 
assault on ' Germaniker ' Herz at, ix. 

328. 
Dungersheim, Hieronymus, of Ochsenfort, 

professor of Theology at Leipzig, xiv. 

276 (n. 2), 292, 292 (re. 1). 
exposes errors and falsifications in 

Luther's translation of Bible, xiv. 427-8. 
Duodo, Peter, ix. 235 (re. 1). 
Duplessis-Mornay, Philip [ = Huguenot — 

Pope], viii. 430, 430 (re. 1); ix. 71 (re. 1), 

133 (n. 2), 235 (n. 1), 236 (n. 2) ; x. 389, 

502 (n. 2), 503 (n. 2, 3). 
accompanies Dr. Junius to Germany 

and goes to Prince of Orange as envoy 

from King of France [1571], viii. 119. 
urges Charles IX. to declare war on 



Spain, viii. 128-9, 128 (re. 2). 
— schemes to dispossess House of Haps- 

burg and to raise Henry of Navarre to 

Imperial throne, ix. 41, 41 (w. 4). 
and wisdom of alliance between Henry 

IV. and German princes, ix. 189, 189 (n). 3. 



Duplessis-Mornay, Philip, on threatened ad- 
vance of Turks as far as Rhine, ix. 195-6, 
196 (re. 1). 

publishes Vindicias contra tyrannos 

[1579], x. 372, 372 (w. 2). 

letter from, on religious liberty accorded 

to Austrians and on increased power of 
Protestant League [1609], x. 410, 411 
(re. 1, 2). 

gives account of Henry IV. 's plan 

regarding Jiilich-Cleves in Mimoires et 
Correspondance, x. 433 (n. 3). 

■ letter to, from Francis van Aerssen, 

on Jiilich-Cleves affair, x. 440, 440 (n. 2), 
456. 

urges attack upon the Papacy in Italy 



itself, x. 443. 
— ■ letters to, from Diodati, x. 443 (re. 3), 
444 (n. 1, 4). 
• on purpose of John Lcuk's advent in 



Venice, x. 444 (re. 3). 

— suggests the sending of an envoy to 
Venice, by Prince Maurice of Orange, x. 
444. 

— his conviction of efficacy of war with 
Italy for downfall of Papacy, x. 445, 
445 (n. 1, 2). 

— letter from Asselineau, x. 445 (n. 5). 

— letter to, concerning the kindling of a 
war in Italy [1611], x. 502, 502 (re. 2). 

summons King James I. of England to 



religious war, x. 502-3. 

■ reply received from James I., x. 



503. 



— turns his hopes towards Germany and 
announces intention of Protestant allies 
to assemble at Heidelberg, x. 503, 503 
(re. 3). 

on merits of King Matthias as candidate 



for Imperial crown, x. 506-7. 
Duprah, Pascal, Un Jesuite economiste, x. 

375 (re. 4). 
' Durch Nothgedrungenes Ausschreiben,' 

Thurneissen, xii. 370 (n. 1), 371 (re. 1). 
Diiren taken by Emperor Charles V. [1543], 

vi. 239. 
— — recovered for Emperor Matthias by 

Archduke Albert, x. 571. 
Durentium, Zachariam, Antithesis de prce- 

claris Christi et indignis Papce facinoribus, 

xi. 58 (n. 2). 
Diirer, Albrecht, i. 156, 223, 225, 257. 

his exhortation to children, i. 30. 

criticism of school system of the day, 

i. 30 (re.). 
■ studies mathematics and astronomy, i. 



145 ; xiii. 474, 475 (n. 1). 

books on surveying, i. 145. 

celestial chart of, i. 145-6. 

letters to Pirkheimer, i. 147. 

works sold as Papist Pictures, i. 189 (re.). 

influenced by Schongauer, i. 204. 

■ with Holbein the Younger, raises Ger- 
man Art to highest point, i. 204-5. 

personal records of, i. 205-10. 

his education, i. 206-7. 

his marriage, i. 207. 

poem by, on Death, i. 207-8. 

■ his mother's death, i. 208-9. 

. his philosophic spirit, i. 209-10. 

his period of greatest activity, i. 210. 

some of his pupils, i. 210. 

wide range of his work, i. 210. 

his ' The Two Passions,' i. 219. 

his ' Hymn on Passion,' i. 219-20. 

— his greatest woodcuts, i. 218-22. 

his ' Christ bearing His Cross,' i. 220. 

his illustrations of 'The Life of Our 



Lady,' i. 221. 



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Diirer, Albrecht, his chief copper engravings, 

i. 223. 

his ridicule of peasantry, i. 232. 

his ' Holy Family at their Daily Duties,' 

i. 240. 
patronised by Albert, Archbishop of 

Mayence, iii. 72. 

his enthusiasm for Luther, iii. 104. 

on decline in love of art in Germany, 

in Germany, iv. 165. 

mediaeval type of his work, xi. 25 (n. 2). 

warned against associating too freely 

with Italian artists in Venice [1506], xi. 94. 

his description of them, xi. 94. 

influenced by his surroundings, xi. 94—5. 

his departure from Venice and his 

regrets, xi. 95, 95 (w. 1). 

on " Renaissance ' in Germany, xi. 96. 

the traces of Renaissance style in works 

of, xi. 101. 
his ' Triumphal Arch of the Emperor 

Maximilian,' xi. 101. 
his disquisition on true art in ZJnter- 

weisung der Messung mil dem Zirckel und 

liichtscheit [1525], xi. 102, 104 (n. 1). 
his disquisition Proportions lehre, xi. 

102. 
his ideas of sketches for working out 

a new style of architecture, xi. 102-4. 
his design for monument to conquered 

peasants [1525], xi. 103, 103 (n. 2). 
his design for monument to a drunkard, 

xi. 104. 

his ' Apocalypse,' xi. 104. 

his ' The Knight, Death, and the Devil,' 

xi. 104. 
his Proportz menschlicher Bild, xi. 104 

(n. 3). 
effect of teaching of, on Wendel 

Dietterlein, xi. 109-10. 
deterioration in work done by pupils 

of, xi. 162, 152 (n. 1), 172. 

high quality of his engravings, xi. 172. 

his ' Die Melancholic,' xi. 178. 

his borders to Emperor Maximilian I.'s 

prayer book, xi. 190-1 ; i. 252, 253. 

his tendency to coarse realism, xi. 208. 

his cartoon of * The Knight, Death, 

and the Devil ' [1513], xi. 217. 
on the choice of ugly subjects by 

German artists in Vier liilcher von menschl. 

Proportion, xi. 224, 224 (/<. 2). 

witches by, xi. 229 (n. 3). 

his Unterweisung d. Messung mit d. 

Zirkel it. liichtscheit ' [1525], xiii. 474-5. 

his celestial chart, xiii. 475, 475 (n. 1). 

his apocalyptic pictures and prophecies 

of evils to come, XIV. 56. 

his picture of a witch, xvi. 374 (n. 1). 

' Diirer, A.,' Seller, xvi. 374 (n. 1). 

' Diirer als Mathematiker,' H. Staigmuller, 

xiii. 475 (n. 1). 
' Diirer, A., als schriftsteller,' Cantor, xiii. 

475 (n. 1). 
' Diirer u.sein Zeitalter,' Weise, xi. 152 (n. 1). 
' Diirers Briefe, Tagebiicher u. Reime,' M. 

Thauelng, iv. 165 [n. 2) ; xi. 95 (n. 1). 
' Diirers Kupferstiche,* etc., Hausmann, 

xvi. 374 («. 1). 
' Diirers Kupferstiche u. Holzschnitte,' 

Retberg, xvi. 374 (n. l). 
1 Diirers Verhaltnis,' von Zahn, xi. 102 (n. 1). 
' Diirers Verhaltnis,' von Zahn, \i 189 («. 1). 
Diirfleld, professor at Jena, excommunicated 

by Winter, vii. 146. 
Diirincheim, I. 317. 
Diirkheim, xiii. 517. 
Durlach [town], admits ' evangelical armv,' 

lv. 276. 



Diirnhofer, theologian of Altorf, xiv. 171. 
'Diirnitz,' the, xv. 328, 328 (n. 2). 
Diirrenwaid, decline of mining industry in, 

xv. 93, 93 (n. 5). 
Diirrwachter, Dr., Darstellung d. Todes u. 

Totenlanzes auf d. Jesuitenbiihnen, xiii. 

19.7 (n. 1). 
his Aus der Fruhzeit d. Jesuitendramas, 

xiii. 197 (». 1). 
Dusentschur of Warendorf, revelations of, 

regarding universal kingship of Jan van 

Leiden, v. 464. 
Diisseldorf, vii. 193 (n. 1) ; x. 460, 464. 
suffering at, owing to army of ' Posses- 
sionem ' lying round Jiilich and Cleves. x. 

434. 
reported Catholic plot to surprise and 

capture and massacre burghers, x. 4:!.". t'>. 
Count Palatine Wolfgang Wilhelm 

takes his bride to, and is there molested 

by Brandenburgers [1613], x. 557-8. 
Brandenburgers endeavour to seize 

town, in absence of Count Palatine 

[1614], x. .559. 
Count Palatine Wolfgang Wilhelm of 

Neuberg constitutes himself sole lord of 

[1614], x. 560. 
Latin school at, transformation of, into 

gymnasium [1545], xiii. 140-3. 
John Monheim appointed director, 

xiii. 141. 
subjects of instruction in, xiii. 141, 

141 (n. 1). 
a 'nursery for Protestantism,' xiii. 

141. 

religious dissensions in, xiii. 141 2. 

number of pupils attending, xiii. 142. 

its decline, and causes of [ 1590], xiii. 

142-3. 
school salaries at [1544], xiii. 14:5, 

143 (n. 1, 2). 
the acting of Latin comedies at, xiii. 

171 (n. 3). 
■ fireworks tournament at, xv, 264 

(». 1). 
Dutch, the, evil practices of, in Holv Roman 

Empire [1598], ix. 236-41. 

• — their conquests in Empire, x. 238 9. 

summoned by Brandenburgers to 

aid in expelling Neuburg troops from 

fortress of Jtilich [1614], x. 559. 
■ — defeated by troops of Archduke 

Albert under Spinola [1614], x. 566, 570, 

571. 
armv under Prince Maurice of Orange 

invades Cleves [1614], x. 570. 
encroachments of, on German 

Empire, xi. 3. 

artists in Germany, xi. 141. 

theologians, their greater activity in 

field of exegesis, over Germans, xiv. 216. 
their hindrance of free passage in the 

sea, i>v the Rhine, xv. 5-6. 
' Dutch Hans '- Mans Mending, i. 200. 
Dutch Revolution : see Revolution, Dutch. 
Dyer, History of Modern Europe, iii. 163 

(n. 1), 169 (». 1), 307 (n. 1). 
Dysentery ravages of, in Middle Ages, xiv. 

57. 
red, xiv. 80. 

' E. Stimmers Malereien au d. astrono- 

mischen Miinsteruhr zu Slrassburg,' Stol- 

berg, xi. 174 (n. 3). 
East Friesland, Franchise in, in Middle Aires, 

ii. 33. 
East Indies, new route to, ii. .".7. 
Earth, theory of motion of. upheld by 

car. Nicholas of Cusa, i. 5, 



15(1 



INDEX 



Easter Fair, Frankfort, vi. 41. 

Easter Plays, xii. 2 (n. 2). 

at Frankfort-on-the-Main 



Eberlin, Johann, von Gunzburg, against 



xii. 3. 



■ Alsfcld [1517], xii. 3. 



' Eastern ' [ = German Merchants], ii. 49 n. 

' Eaters ' professional, xv. 397, 397 (n. 1, 2). 

Ebe, xi. 142 (n. 3), 187 («. 1), 211 (n. 3), 
217 (n. 2). 

on Church of St. Michael, Munich, 

xi. 122 («. 1). 

Ebeling, xiii. 348 (w. 1). 

Friedr. Taubmann, xiii. 276 (n. 5), 

292 (n. 1, 3), 293 (w. 1), 338 («. 3), 402 
(«. 2). 

Ebendorf, vii. 292. 

Eber, Andrew, preacher of Frankfort-on- 
the-Oder, testifies to the devil * possess- 
ing ' a girl, xii. 330-1. 

■ ■ letter to, from Luther, xii. 331 (n. 1). 

Eber, Michel, letter to, from Canisius [1595], 
ix. 332-3. 

Eber, Paul, Superintendent-General of 
Saxony and Professor at Wittenberg 
University, vii. 143 (n. 1), 278 («. 1). 

returns broken down from religious 

Conference at Altenburg and complain- 
ing of dissensions among teachers, viii. 
165. 

on dissensions in Protestant Church 



[1560], vii. 276-7. 

— Betliedlin zu Christo um einen seligen 
Absented, xi. 270. 

— on depravity of students at Witten- 
berg University [1562], xiii. 290, 290 
(w. 3). 

— on ill-treatment accorded Protestant 
ministers, xv. 480 (n. 1). 

■ on disorders and offences in evan- 



gelical Church [1559], xvi. 90-1, 91 (n. 1). 
Eberbach Monastery, Cistercians of, pre- 
eminence of wine made by, i. 342. 
Eberbach.Petru jus,his admiration for Mutian, 

iii. 32. 

letter from Mutian, iii. 35-6. 

Eberbach, Philip, teacher at Coburg, letter 

from Melanchthon to, xiii. 327-8. 
Eberhard, Count (later Duke) of Wiirtem- 

berg and founder of Tubingen University, 

i. 85, 134, 303. 

on education, i. 88. 

Eberhard, son of Duke Christopher of 

Wiirtemberg, his drunken habits, xv. 251. 
Eberhard of Wiirtemberg, Baron, joins 

League for Peace, ii. 158. 
Eberhard von Hohenlohe-Waldenburg, Count, 

burnt to death at masquerade [1570], 

xv. 336 (n. 5). 
Eberhard von Holle, Bishop, becomes 

Protestant, viii. 344. 
Eberhard von der Thann represents Elector 

John Frederic of Saxony at Philip of 

Hesse's marriage to Margaret von der 

Sale, vi. 85. 
« Eberhard Westerburg,' Steitz, iv. 333. 
Eberhart VI, Duke of Wiirtemberg, xi. 314. 
Eberlin, Johann, von Gunzburg, Franciscan 

monk and travelling preacher, teachings 

of, iii. 214-6. 

— his address to town of Ulm, iii. 215, 216. 
■ publishes New Organisation for the 



Secular State, iii. 217. 
— Reform of the 



Clerical Classes, 
iii. 217. 

— advocates free compulsory education, 
iii. 218-9. 

— on class of men whence travelling 
preachers drawn, iii. 222. 

— on cause of social revolution, iv. 174. 



[1506], his abuse of the priesthood [1522], xi. 

349, 350 (n. 1). 
his advocacy of early marriages, xv. 

501 (n. 1). 
on usury, in his funeral sermon on 

George II., Count of Werthcim [1530], xv. 

56, 56 (n. 2). 
Ebern, Hospital founded at, ix. 369. 

— ordinances of, xiv. 109. 

Ebernburg, ii. 259. 

Castle of, ii. 256. 

— Hutten's letter to Luther from, 

iii. 190-1. 
Ebers, on records of crime in 16th cent., 

xvi. 165 (n. 4). 
Ebersbach, damage done by game preserving 

in, xv. 197. 
Ebersberg, Jesuit settlement started at 

[1597], ix. 313. 

■ ' Illuminations ' painted at, i. 214. 

Eberstein, Count of, in receipt of pension 



from Spain, viii. 48. 

takes possession of 

Frauenalb [1598], ix. 249. 



Nunnery of 



-action condemned by Imperial Chamber 

and a revision of verdict demanded by 

Eberstein, ix. 250-1. 
Eberstein, Countess of, procures enactment 

of Aulic Council against Duke Frederic 

of Wiirtemberg for his installation of 

Protestant in place of Catholic pastor 

in hamlets of Boltringen and Oberdorf 

[1599], ix. 261. 
Eberstein, see also Mangott. 
Ebcrt, John [preacher of Kiindorf], x. 7 (n. 1). 
his poem Seven Christian persons at 

Rohra, xi. 310. 
on Conrad Gesner's Bibliography in the 

Allgem-bibliogr. Lexikon, xiii. 522 (n. 1). 
Ebingen, treatment of nuns at, vii. 88 (n. 1). 
Ebner, Hieronymus, treasurer of Nuremberg, 

becomes supporter of Luther, iii. 103-4. 
his violent opposition to Papacy, iv. 

62. 
Dame Hieronymus removes daughter 

from Convent of St. Clara, iv. 79-83. 
Catherine resists removal from Convent 

of St. Clara, iv. 79-82. 
Ebners, the, of Nuremberg, vi. 227. 

usury practised by, ii. 81. 

Ebran, Hans, of Wildenberg, chronicler, i. 

292. 

his warning to Princes, i. 296. 

his contribution to Bavarian history, 

xiii. 424. 
Ebreische Bible, Luther's, xiv. 504 (n. 2). 
Eccard, John [Protestant], choirmaster in 

Fugger Chapel, Konigsberg and Berlin, 

xi. 251. 
' Eccius Dedolatus,' satire by Pirkheimer, 

iii. 104-5. 
' Ecclesia Militaus ' [caricature], xi. 75, 

75 (n. 5). 
Ecclesiastical Authorities, abolition of, 

threatened by Protestants, viii. 93-5. 
Franchise : see Franchise, Ecclesias- 
tical. 
history of Augsburg, by Siegmund 

Meisterlein, i. 150. 
power, independent of State, ii. 113. 

See also Temporal and Spiritual Powers. 
reservation : see Reservation, Ecclesi- 
astical. 
territories, religious and moral anarchy 

in, vii. 180-95. 
Echard, xiv. 349 (w. 3). 
his Papa pharisaizans, x. 349 (n. 1). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



University, 

for nobles 
231, 232 



Echard, his misrepresentation of Catholic 

teachings in, x. 232, 232 («. 2). 
on Catholic views on marriage in, x. 

251, 251 (n. 3). 
Echartus, H., Papa pharisaizanus, x. 107 

(». 1). 
Echter, Julius, of Mespelbrunn, Prince- 
Bishop, xiv. 41. 
expands Wiirzburg gymnasium into 

a university [1582], xiii. 231, 231 (n. 1). 
connects Collegium Kilianum and 

Collegium Marianum and Collegium 

Pauperum with Wiirzburg 

xiii. 231, 231 (n. 2). 
— — founds fourth collegium 

without means [1607], xiii. 

(n. 1). 
his efforts to save Catholic Church, xvi. 

78. 
Eck, Bernard von, letter from Melanchthon 

to, on possibilities of pure system of 

Philosophy [1535], xiv. 128. 
Eck, Johann, Prof, at Ingolstadt and 

champion of Catholic Church [=the 

Achilles of the Catholics], i. 60, 137 ; viii. 

323 ; x. 83 ; xii. 58, 61 ; xiv. 314-27, 

353, 499. 

Hebrew scholar, i. 104. 

his course of studies in childhood, i. 

74-5. 
elected Rector of University of In- 
golstadt, i. 137. 
consulted by Emperor Maximilian i. 

137. 

visit to Nuremberg, i. 137. 

the friend of reform, i. 138. 

his letter to Erasmus, iii. 22. 

his disputation with Luther at Leipzig, 

iii. 97-8. 
life threatened by Wittenberg students, 

iii. 129. 
and ' Confutation ' of ' Confession of 

Augsburg,* v. 258, 262. 
to Contarini, on profligacy and de- 
generacy of Church dignitaries in Bavaria 

L1540], vii. 170-1. 
complaint of, regarding concubinage 

among Bavarian clergy, vii. 171-2. 
on scarcity of well-regulated cloisters, 

vii. 172-3. 

his Germanised Bible, xiii. 155. 

on condition of theology at beginning 

of 16th cent, in De primatu, xiv. 238 (». 1). 
his value to Catholic Church for lands 

of the Danube, xiv. 309. 

his scholarship and work as theologian, 



iv. 56, 304 ; xiv. 314. 
his humble origin and his education, 

xiv. 314. 
takes degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

at age of 14 [1501], xiv. 314. 

ordained as priest [1508], xiv. 315. 

takes degree of Doctor of Theology at 

age of 24 [1610], xiv. 314-5, 315 (n. 1). 
his versatility and keen enthusiasm, 

xiv. 315. 
his keen interest in humanist studies, 

i. 74; xiv. 315. 
his love of classical quotations, xiv. 

315, 315 (n. 3). 
studies Hebrew, copies old inscriptions 

and studies old MSS, xiv. 315. 
his edition of Dionysius the Areopagite, 

xiv. 315. 
takes part in improvement of the 

Calendar, xiv. 315. 
shows interest in Tartar history and 

translates a Traktat v. balden Sarmatien 

u. andern anstossendeti l.mid.-ii, xiv. 315. 



Eck; Johann, appointed professor of theology 
at Ingolstadt and pro-Chancellor of Uni- 
versity [1510], xiv. 316. 

basis of his lectures at, xiv. 316. 

his chief delight as lecturer, xiv. 316, 

316 (». 1). 

acquires skill as disputator, xiv. 316. 

his first literary work, Bursa pavotiis. 

Logices exercitamenta, xiv. 316, 316 (». 2). 

■ — ■ — his commentaries on Peter Hispanus 
[Pope John XXL], xiv. 316. 

his commentaries on Aristotle [1517- 

20], xiv. 316. 

their purpose, xiv. 316-7, 317 (n. 1). 

becomes involved in controversy with 

Luther, xiv. 317. 

■ disputation between, and Luther and 

Carlstadt at Leipzig [1519], xiv. 318 



in. 2). 
— travels 



three 
with 



times to Rome in 
Bull against Luther, 



connection 

xiv. 317. 
visits King Henry VIII. of England, 

xiv. 317. 
becomes involved in religious con- 
troversies at Ulm, xiv. 317. 
— ^— liis activities at'Constance, Memmingen, 

and Diet of Augsburg [1530], xiv. 317. 
is chief speaker on Catholic side at 

religious colloquies at Worms [1540] 

and Ratisbon [1541], xiv. 317-8. 

his death [1543], xiv. 318, 31S (n. 1). 

the number of his polemical writings, 

xiv. 318, 318 (n. 2). 
his Ableinung d. Yerantrvortung Burger- 

meisters u. Rats d. Stat Costentz [1527], 

xiv. 318. 
his Yerlegung der Disputation zn Bern 

[1528], xiv. 318. 
- — his Ein Sendbrief an eine fromnie 

Eidgenossenschaft, xiv. 318. 

— his Schutzred kindlieher Unschuld wider 
d. Catechisten Andre Hosander n. sein 
Schmachbiichlein [1540], xiv. 319 (n. 1). 

— his Replica Jo. Eckii adv. scripta 
secunda Buceri apostatce [1543], xiv. 
319 («. 1). 

his answer to Luther's Yon d. Gewalt d. 

Papstes in De pcenUentia, xiv. 319, 319 
(n. 2). 

— his 



on Humanists in his De 
319-20, 319 (n. 3), 320 



attack 
primatu, xiv. 
(n. 1, 2, 3). 

— defends doctrine of purgatory [1523- 
30], xiv. 321. 

penitence [1522-23], xiv. 321. 

— veneration of images [15221, 



xiv. 321. 



Holy Mass [1526], xiv. 321. 



his Handbuchlein, xiv. 321-2. 

his Enchiridion locorum eommtmium adv. 

Lutheranos [1525], xiv. 321, 321 (n, 1). 
collects and reprints his works against 

Luther [1530], xiv. 322, 322 (n. 1). 
his Hoiniliarius [ = Sermons] [1530- 

79], xiv. 322-3, 322 (n. 2, 3), 328 

(n. 1, 2, 3). 

— his style of method in polemical 
writings, xiv. 323-4, 324 (n. 1). 

— his answers to attacks upon his persona] 
character, xiv. 324-6, 324 (n. 3), 325 
(n. 1, 2), 326 (n. 1). 

— his capacity for and love of work, xiv. 
326. 

the bitter tone of his writings, xiv. 326. 

326 (n. 2). 

— his grcai scholarship, xiv. 326-7. 

called by Cardinal Pole 'the Achilles 

Of the CathollCB,' xiv. 327. 327 (II. 1). 



152 



INDEX 



Eck, Johann, the . most formidable of 
Luther's opponents, xiv. 327 («. 1). 

■ — — his De primatu, xiv. 372 (n. 2). 

his Vienna disputation [1576], xiv. 372, 

372 (re. 3). 

his importance as renovator of philo- 



sophic study, xiv. 373, 373 (re. 5). 
entrusted by Ducal Commissioners 

with compilation of new philosophical 

text-hooks for Univ. of Ingolstadt, xiv. 

373. 
his commentaries on Aristotle's 

writings on logic and physics, xiv. 373-4, 

374 (re. 1). 
his commentaries on Peter Hispanus, 

xiv. 374. 
makes a new trans, of the Stagirlta by 

Argyropulus, xiv. 374. 

his Cursus Eccianus, xiv. 374. 

his translation of the Bible [1537], 

xiv. 430, (n. 2), 437. 
his doubts as to placing Bible in hands of 

the people, xiv. 431-2, 432 (re. 1). 
— as preacher, xiv. 452 (w. 1). 
— — on secularisation of bishops in Germany 

in his Christliche Predigten and Comment. 

super Aggaeo d. v. [1553], xvi. 53-5, 54 

(re. 1), 55 (n. 1). 
• on concubinage among Catholic clergy 



in Bavaria, xvi. 75. 
• on deserted condition of convents and 



monasteries, xvi. 64, 64 (re. 3). 
Eck, Leonhard von, Bavarian Chancellor 

to Duke Wilhelm, iii. 104-5, 104 («. 1), 

317 ; v. 225, 407 ; xiii. 431 (n. 1). 
on Franz von Sickingen's enterprise 

against Archbp. of Treves, iii. 286. 
his criticism of the Imperial Council, iii. 

287. 
warns Duke Wilhelm of Bavaria, as to 

Luther's incitement of people against 

princes, iii. 295-6. 
his successful opposition to peasants' 

rising, iv. 215-6. 
letter to Duke William of Bavaria, iv. 

215. 

— his treachery, iv. 215 (re. 1). 

■letter of, to Duke of Bavaria, iv. 



236. 



— foretells continuance of peasants' war, 
iv. 238. 

— on Weinsberg atrocities, iv. 267. 
• on political attitude of Lutherans, iv. 



167. 



on heartless conduct of Duke of 

Lorraine, iv. 316. 

on Casimir of Brandenburg, iv. 325. 

warns Wilhelm, Duke of Bavaria, 

against accepting overtures of Salzburg 

peasantry, iv. 340-1. 
urges Duke to go to aid of Archbp., iv. 

341. 
letter to Duke Wilhelm, iv. 340-1, 

341 (re. 1). 
determines to prevent Ferdinand's 

accession to Bohemian throne, v. 21-3, 23 

(n. 3). 
his efforts to renew strife between 

Emperor and Landgrave Philip of Hesse, v. 

396, 396 (re. 2). 

— warns Zapolya against making direct 
treaty with Ferdinand, v. 398, 398 (re. 1). 

— plots against Ferdinand, v. 398. 

— false messages of, to Emperor, v. 401. 

— urges alliance between Elector of 
Saxony and Zapolya, v. 401. 

letter from Philip of Hesse concerning 



Elector of Saxony, v. 402 
— rewarded by Philip 



of Hesse for 



services regarding dissolution of Suabian 

League, v. 405. 
Eck, Leonhard von, hands over money from 

Francis I. to Landgrave Philip for purposes 

of conquest of Wiirtemberg, v. 411. 
demands a large sum for himself, v. 

411, 411 (re. 1). 
swears oath of devotion to Philip of 

Hesse, v. 411. 
■ charges brought against, by Ulrich of 



Wiirtemberg, v. 411 (n. 1). 

— letter to, from Hans Werner, on Ulrich 
of Wurtemberg's treatment of Catholics, 
v. 422. 

— annoyed at projected truce between 
Emperor Ferdinand and Protestants, v. 
383. 



letter from, to Duke William of Bavaria, 
v. 384 (re. 1). 

suspicions entertained as to rectitude 



of, v. 387. 
disliked by Imperial party in Germany, 

v. 394-5. 
represents Bavaria at Diet of Linz, v. 

431-2. 

— alarmed at possible discovery of 
intrigues, v. 434 (re. 1). 

— puts difficulties in way of Emperor's 
reconciliation with Protestants, v. 519. 

— Vergerio's estimate of, v. 520. 
his religious position, v. 520 (re. 1). 

— his activities against Emperor, vi. 95. 

— meeting between and Dr. Sailer, vi. 
95-6. 

— his advice to Philip of Hesse, vi. 96-7. 

— bribed by Hesse, endeavours to further 
Protestant cause, etc., vi. 101. 

— endeavours to prevent reconciliation 
between Emperor and Protestants at 
Ratisbon [1541], vi. 144. 

— appointed Collocutor of Conference at 
Ratisbon, vi. 147-8. 

■ enters into alliance with Saxony and 



Hesse, vi. 160. 

— open to tribes, vi. 160-1. 
- — his intrigues, vi. 160-1. 

— opposed to Duke Henry of Brunswick, 
vi. 202. 

consulted byHesse andElector of Saxony 



as to alliance with Bavaria, vi. 202. 
advises Bavarian Dukes not to interfere 

on behalf of Duke of Brunswick, vi. 

204. 
incites heads of League of Smalcald 

against Charles V. and Pope Paul III., 

vi. 236. 

opinion of, as to unlikelihood of settle- 
ment of religious differences at Council 

of Trent, vi. 262. 

— advocates alliance between Saxony, 
Hesse, and Bavaria, vi. 262. 

— prevents Duke William's attendance 
at Diet of Worms [1545], vi. 262. 

■ active in bringing about treaty between 



Emperor Ferdinand and Duke William 
of Bavaria, vi. 307. 

— antagonism of, to Archduke Ferdinand, 
v. 367-8. 

visits Landgrave Philip of Hesse at 



Giessen [1531], v. 371. 
— his proposals to Philip of Hesse, v. 
372-3. * 

his dispatch to Dukes of Bavaria and 



Recess of Nuremberg Diet [1531], v. 373 
(n. 1). 

— urges on confederates necessity for 
supporting Zapolya against Ferdinand, 
v. 374. 

— instigates inquiries at Diet of Augsburg 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



[1547] as to validity of decisions of Council 

of Trent, vi. 385. 
Eck, Leonhard von, reproaches made against, 

by Emperor, ii. 402 (». 1). 

protector of historian Aventin, xiii. 433. 

Eck, Oswald von, vii. 176. 

abuse of Papacy at provincial Diet 

at Ingolstadt [1563], viii. 309. 
Eck, Simon, his bequests to library at Ingol- 
stadt University [1574], xiii. 387. 
Eck und Adelmann : see Tlmrnhofer, Bern- 
hard Adelmann, xiv. 318 (n. 1). 
Eck, Wiedermann, xiv. 247 (n. 1), 432 

(n. 1). 
Eckardt, Agricola, xiii. 491 (». 1). 
Ecker, George, enters lists against Osiander 

by publishing [1591] A Beautiful Wreath 

of Nettles from the Exquisite, Unsurpassable 

Works of the Unfrocked Monk, Martin 

Luther, x. 136. 
Eckhart, George (Franciscan), xiv. 349. 
Eckius dedolatus, xiv. 324 («. 2). 
Eckstadt, Christopher Vitzthum von, xv. 

347 [n. 1). 
Eckstein, Utz [Zwinglian preacher], dialogues 

on the Reichstag, der Ed/en und Bauern 

Bericht u. Klag [1527], xi. 341 (n. 3). 
Economic progress of Germany in 15th cent., 

ii. 1. 
greatly due to Charlemagne, 

ii. 1-2. 
and mental culture, their influence 

on one another, i. 307. 
Edelmann, Schweifbuch by [1599], xi. 193 

(n. 1). 
Edelpock, Benedict, KomOdie v. d. freuden- 

reichen Geburi unseres einigen Trostes u. 

Heilandes Jesu Christi [1568], xii. 11-2. 
Eder, George, Imperial Councillor, Professor 

of Jurisprudence in Vienna and Catholic 

controversialist, viii. 377 ; xiv. 340, 340 

(n. 1). 
in praise of Roman Catechism in 

I'urtitiones Catechismi Catholici, viii. 277, 

277 (n. 2). 
account of state of irreligion in Vienna, 

viii. 298. 
Warnungsschrift an d. vierten Stand 

d. Stddte u. Mwrkte in Oesterreich, viii. 

378 (n. 2). 
publishes Evangelische Inquisition 

wahrer und falscher Religion [1573], viii. 

298 (n. 2) ; x. 171-6. 
complaints of Protestant Estates re- 
lating to, x. 171. 

inhibition of his book [1573], x. 176. 

publishes Das guldene Fliiss Christi. 

Germain und Oesellschaft [1579], x. 176-80, 

170 (n. 3). 

purpose and contents of book, x. 



176-80. 
■ complaints 



against his Schaubbuch 

at Diet of Augsburg [1582], x. 180. 
Protestant charges against, inquired 

Into by Caspar Schoppe, x. 201, 202 

("• 1,2). 
remains true to Roman Catholicism, 

xiii. 218. 
to Duke of Bavaria on gangs of criminals 

in Silesia [1584], xvi. 102 (n. 2). 
' Edikt des Herzogs v. Bayern von 1572,' xiv. 

377 (». l). 
Edingius, Etutgerus, Catholic hymn-writer, 

xi. 279. 
Edler Moringer, folksong of, xii. 360 (n. 1). 
Education, popular, and Bcience, i. 9 354. 

elementary and religious, i. 25 60. 

in Middle Ages, encouragement of, by 

Church, i. 25 (».). 



Education, compulsory, i. 26. 

elementary, of the Older Humanists, 

i. 61-85. 

German, Westphalia pioneer in, i. 70. 

spread of, in South Germany, i. 80. 

German pre-eminence in, in later 

Middle Ages, ii. 287. 
love and devotion given to. in Germany, 

xiii. 5-10, 5 (n. 2); i. 61. 
deadening effect on. of doctrine that 

good works did not make for salvation, 

xiii. 11. 

decline in German, xiii. 13-29. 

some causes of, xiii. 22-3, 23 (n. 3). 

■ National, xiii. 37-48. 

new Protestant School, gymnasiums, 

etc., opened, xiii. 58-128. 
ruinous effect upon, of religious dis- 
sensions in, xiii. 111-5. 
effects on, and merits of Latin and 

German drama, xiii. 166-208. 

the Universities, xiii. 209-324. 

Edward VI., King of England, Catechism 

in distichs composed for, by Michael 

Schtitz, xiii. 353. 
and the Hanseatic League, 

xv. 12-3. 
Edward Fortunatus, Margrave of Baden. 

promises to abolish new taxes, xv. :U7 8. 
sufferings of the people under, xv. 318, 

318 (n. 2). 
wild expenditure and low devices to 

obtain funds [1595], xv. 318-20, 320 (n. 1,2). 
' Een Plakkaat des Zwijgers ten Gunste der 

Inquisftie,' H. J. Allard, viii. 20 (n. 2). 
Eferdlng, viii. 392. 

Efenkranz (Eln), Hasak, xv. 442 (n. 1). 
Effern, William of, Bishop of Worms, 

designs upon, x. 453. 
■ applied to by Frederic IV., Elector 

Palatine, for assistance in military prepara- 
tions [1610], x. 458-9. 

■ protests of, disregarded, x. 459. 

Effern, William Ferdinand van, Councillor 

of Maycnce, x. 518. 

condemns action of Bp. Klesl, x. 518. 

attack upon, by Vernerus Albeit us at 

Obrinca, x. 597 («. 1). 
reply of, in Nothwendige Abgetrungene, 

Ehrenrettung, x. 597 (n. 1). 
■ on wisdom of increased Catholic con- 
cessions to Protestants, x. 012. 
' Effigies, ' preface to, by Fisehart, x. 24 (n. 1). 
Egbert, Brother, i. 187. 
Egelhaaf, G., vi. 258 (n. 4), 468 (». 2). 
Egelhaaf, Deut. Gesch., vi. 125 (n. 1). 
Egen, Einftuss d. Bt&nstersehen Domsehule, 

xiii. 9 (n. 1). 
Egenberg, Monastery at, vii. 158. 
Egenolph, A.. .Tmist', i\. 256 (n. 1). 
Egenolph, Karl von, letter tn, \. .".ill (n. 2). 
Eger, Congress at, vi. 510. 
Egger, P., Idea hierarch., ix. 337 (». 4). 
GeSCh. I'iroh, xiv. 500 («. 3). 

Eggerdes, Peter, \ ii. 23-4. 

Eggers, Canon Heinrich, xi. 170 (n. 5), 190 
(n. 1), 217 (n. 3), 21S {>,. A). 219 (n. 0), 222 
(n. 1, 3), 224 (n. 4), 225 (n. 2). 226 (n. 2. S), 
229 (n. 3), 234 (n. 3), 340 (n. 3). 350 (n. 1). 

Eggestein, edition of Bible, xiv. 388 (n. 3), 
389 90, 

Eggl, Wilhelm, xi. 122 (n. l). 

' Egkemperger Stift,' Peinlich, ix. 395 (n. 1, 2), 

Egli, !•;., v. 154 (n. 1); his WiedestaOfer, v. 131 
(ii. 1). 155 (ii. 2). 150 (n. 1), 157 (ii. 2): 

Actensamml., v. 130 (n. 1), 133 (». n, 157 
(n. 1). 302 (u. 2i : appendix note, \i\. 550 

Eglin, Calvlnlstic doctrine, xiv. 178. 

Egloffstein, clans of, castle of, vi. 508, 



1 .71 



INDEX 



Egloffstein, H. v., viii. 366 (re. 4) ; ix. 467 

(re. 1), 469 (re. 1), 476 (re. 2), 477 (re. 1), 483 

(re. 2), 485 («. 1, 2), 486 (re. 1), 492 (». 1), 

497 (re. 1), 499 (re. 2) ; Balthasar, ix. 370 

(re. 1, 2) ; Instruction, ix. 472 (re. 2) ; on 

Tschernembl, ix. 502 (re. 1). 
Egmont, G. v., Bp. of Utrecht, xiv. 431. 
Egmont, Charles, Duke of Guelderland, ii. 

259 ; revolts, ii. 220 ; defeated by Maxi- 
milian, ii. 232 ; renewed insurrection of, 

ii. 237. 
Egmont, Lamoral, Count of, viii. 18, 26. 
Egolph, John of Knoringen, xiii. 387, 388, 

388 (re. 1). 
Egypt, ii. 244 ; ix. 185. 
' Egyptian Joseph,' by Baithasar Voigt, xiii. 

181, 181 (re. 2), 195, 195 (re. 2) ; xv. 242. 
' Ehe Johann Casimirs,' Kluckhohn, viii. 65 

(re. 1), 203 (re. 1), 205 (re. 1), 506 (re. 1). 
Ehem, Christopher, viii. 50, 61, 78, 120, 121, 

140-1, 198 ; ix. 4, 33-4. 
' Ehespiegel,' by Thomas Birek, xii. 146. 
' Ehespiegel,' Cyriacus Spangenberg, xi. 303, 

303 (re. 2) ; xii. 189 (re. 3), 206 (re. 1) ; xiv. 

225 (re. 1) ; xv. 363 (re. 3), 402-3, 403 

(re. 1) ; xvi. 139 (re. 3). 
' Ehezuchtbiichlein,' John Fischart, xi. 370. 
Ehingen, lordship of [1559], xv. 46 (re. 1). 
Ehmel, iv. 242 (re. 2). 
Handschriften, ix. 362 (re. 1) ; x. 512 

(re. 2). 

Ferdinand's Instructions, iv. 32-3 («,). 

Ehmelarz, on George and James Hofnagel, 

xi. 164 (re. 4). 
Ehrbare Hure (die), Schuppe, xvi. 122 (re. 2). 
Ehrbarkeiten, iv. 141 (re. 2). 
Ehrenberg, vi. 315, 316, 335, 476, 478, 479. 
Ehrenberg, H., xi. 182 (re. 2) ; xv. 502 (re. 2). 
Ein finanz- und sozialpolitisches Pro- 

jekt, etc., xv. 405 (re. 3). 

Hamburg und England, xv. 14 (re. 2). 

— — Das Zeitalter der Fugger, vi. 461 (re. 1) ; 

xv. 2 (re. 1), 3 (re. 3), 5 (re. 1). 
Ehrenbreitstein, Fortress of, vi. 490. 
Ehrenburg, Ileitrag zur Geschichte, xiii. 468 

(re. 2). 
' Ehrenkranzlein der Jesuiter,' x. 347, 347 

(re. 3), 397 (re. 1). 
' Ehrenstrom,' Prussian preacher, xiv. 418 

(re. 3). 
Ehrhardt, Jodokus [1558], xv. 49-51, 51 

(n. 1) 57 (re. 6), 58, 58 (re. 2), 60 (re. 2), 62, 

62 (re. 2, 4). 

Presbyterologie, ix. 171 (re. 1). 

Ehrle, Fr., xv. 449 (re. 1). 

Beitrage zur Gesch., xv. 431 (re. 1). 

Die Armenordnungen, etc., xv. 452 

(re. 1), 454 (re. 1), 455 (re. 1). 
' Ehrliches deutsches Mahnwort (ein) ' [1615] 

x. 592 (re. 1). 
Ehses, Dr. Stephan, v. 8 (re. 2) ; xiv. 270 

(re. 1), 340 (re. 1). 
Geschichte der Pack'schen Handel, v. 175 

(re. 2), 178 (re. 2). 
Landgraf Philipp, v. 176 (re. 5), 178 

(re. 4), 306. 

Nuntiaturberichte, ix. 90 (re. 1). 

Cochlaeus, xiv. 277 (re. 2). 

Ehses-Meister, Nuntiaturberichte, ix. 180 

(re. 1). 
Eichendorff, J. von, in Zur Gesch. des 

Dramas, xiii. 190 (re. 2). 
Eichhorn, Johann Gottfried, his Hosius, vii. 

334 (re. 2) ; xiv. 351 (re. 1). 
M. Cromer, xiv. 352 (re. 1). 

— Geschichte der Liter atur, xiv. 236 (re. 3). 
■ on bigotry of Protestants, xiv. 237, 



237 (re. 2) 
Eichler, Michael, viii. 



378. 



Eichsfeld, iv. 96; x. 72 (re. 2); iv. 296, 

297, 300 ; vi. 72; vii. 183, 184; viii. 352; 

ix. 130, 326, 327, [1574] 327, 328. 
' Eichsfeld,' Wolf, vii. 184 (re. 1). 
Eichstadt : see Eichstiitt. 
' Eichstadter Pastoralblatt,' vii. 169 (re. 2). 
Eichstadt, Bp. of, iv. 214. 
Eichstatt Cathedral, i. 211. 
Johann Konrad von Gcmminger m, 

xi. 142 (re. 4). 
Eichstatt, iv. 180 ; [1616] ix. 314 ; xi. 140 ; 

[1615] xiii. 197, 197 (re. 1), 535-6; [1543] 

xiv. 283, [1565] 359, 515, 515 (re. 2); 

xvi. 419 (re. 1), [1447, 1465] 233 (re. 1) ; 

vi. 424, 425, 505. 
' Eichstatter Garten,' xiii. 536. 
' Eidgenbssische Abschiede,' v. 133 (re. 2), 

135 (re. 1), 142 (re. 1), 357 (re. 2); vi. 

4 (re. 3). 
' Eigene Aufzeichnungen des Landgrafen,' 

ix. 281 (re. 1). 
' Eigenschaft der viehischen Saufer,' xii. 216 

(re. 2). 
' Eigentliche und wahrhaftige Beschrei- 

bungen,' xii. 254 (re. 1). 
' Eigenwissentliche und wohlgedenkwiirdige 

Contrafegungen,' x. 24 (re. 1). 
Eilenberger, Hans, xvi. 514 (re. 3). 
Eilenburg, iii. 259, 260 ; ix. 152, 158 ; xv. 

210 ; v. 171. 
' Ein artliches Lob der Lauten,' John Fischart, 

xi. 372, 372 (re. 1). 
'Ein Christlich Gesprech,' x. 294 (re. 1). 
'Ein durch Noth gedrungenes Ausschreiben,- 

viii. 376 (re. 1). 
'Ein Erklerung des Vater Unsers/ [1617], 

xi. 61 (re. 2), 207 (re. 1), 210 (re. 4), 213 

(re. 1). 
' Ein Flugblatt,' ix. 200 (re. 2). 
' Ein freundlich Bith und Ermahnung,' v. 

130 (re. 1). 
' Ein Gesprach von der Jesuiter,' viii. 290 

(re. 3). 
' Ein Gesuch der Stadt Strasburg,' ix. 181 

(re. 1). 
'Ein hochnottiirfftige Predig et,' x. 32 (re. 3). 
' Ein hundeit Unwahrheiten,' x. 61 (re. 2), 

207 (re. 1), 
'Ein Kurzes anmuthliches Gesprach,' x. 553 

(re. 1). 
' Ein recht Catholisch und evangelisch 

Erraanung,' x. 86 (re. 2). 

Hist.-polit. BI. [1892], x. 86 (re. 2). 

' Ein und f iinfzig Liigen,' x. 147 (re. 4). 

' Ein Zweites Wort an meine Kritiker,' iii. 

135 (re.). 
Einbeck [town] [1537], v. 494 ; vi. 198 ; 

v. 509-10, 510. 
' Einblattdruck in Prosa und Reimen,' xi. 

347 (re. 2); xii. 217 (re. 1); viii. 319; 

x. 246 (re. 3), 332, 333 (re. 1), 333 (re, 2), 

397 (re. 1). 
'Eine Christliche Predigt' [1610], xiv. 483 

(re. 4). 
' Eine Christliche Predigt,' x. 280, 280 (re. 2). 
'Eine Christliche Leichpredigt,' ix. 172 (re. 2). 
' Eine deutsche Fiirstin des 16 Jahrhunderts,' 

ix. 113 (re. 2). 
' Eine feste Burg,' xi. 255 (re. 1), 258, 258 

(re. 2). 
' Eine gewisse Wunderzeitung,' xi. 374-5. 
' Eine Pralaten-Preidigt,' vii. 161 (re. 1). 
' Eine Predigt iiber der Leiche,' xv. 345 (re. 2). 
' Eine . . . Schulordnung fur die Kleine 

Landstadt Wasserburg,' xiii. 155 (re. 3). 
' Einfall des von Kaiser Rudolf II. in Passau 

angeworbene Kriegsvolkes,' x. 488 (re. 6). 
' Einfall (Der) des Kurfiirsten Moritz von 

Sachsen,' vi. 478 (re, 1), 479 (re, 1). 



155 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Einfall der Schmalkaldener in Tirol,' vi. 
316 («. 1). 

' Einfaltig trewherzig Bedenken,' vii. 237 
(n. 1). 

' Einfaltige Wetterpredigt,' xi. 310 (n. 2). 

' EinOuss (Der) der Munsterschen Dom- 
schule,' xiii. 9 (n. 1). 

■ Einfluss des Humanisnms und der Refor- 
mation ' xiv. 13 (n. 1), 21 (». 1), 32 (n. 3), 
107 (n. 3), 116 (n. 1), 122 (n. 3), 258 (». 1), 
260 («. 1). 

* Einfiihrung,' Hcppe, x. 288 (n. 1), 291 

(n. 1), 292 (n. 1), 295 (n. 2). 
' Einf iihrung der Kapuziner,' ix. 343 (n. 6), 

344 (n. 1, 2). 
' Einfuhrung der Kathol. Gegenreformation 

in Niederbsterreich,' ix. 380 («. 1). 
' Einfuhrung der Reformation im Hochstifte 

Merseburg,' vi. 349 (n. 2). 
' Einfuhrung der Reformation im Liine- 

burgischen,' A. AVrede, v. 104 (n. 3) ; xiv. 

270 (n. 3) ; xv. 458 (n. 1). 

• Einfuhrung der reformierten Confession,' 



x. 282 (n. 1). 
Einfuhrung der 

v. 80 (n. 2). 
Einfuhrung der 

Kolberg, v. ill 
Einfuhrung der 

Clemen, xii 
Einfiihrung 



Reformation in Marburg,' 

Reformation in Preussen,' 

(n. 1), 113 (n. 1). 

Reformation zu Lemgo,' 
332 (n. 2). 
in die Gesch. der Chemie,' 



Stange, xiv. l (n. ]). 
'Eingabe an den Biirgermeister,' xiii. 529 (n. 1). 
' Einhorn House,' Cologne, xiv. 516, 516 

(«. 2). 
' Einige Stiicke aus Akten zur Clevischen 

Kischenhistorie,' ix. 350 (n. 1). 
' Einigung der Neuhochdeutschen Schrifts- 

prache,' xiv. 411 (n. 1), 412 («. 1, 2), 413 

(«. 1), 414 (n. 1, 2), 416 (n. 1). 
• Einleitung,' Walch, vii. 20 (». 1, 4). 
'Einleitung in die Monumentale Theologie,' 

xi. 66 (re. 1). 
' Einleitung in die theolog. Wiesenschaften,' 

xiv. 199 (re. 2). 
Einsiedel, Heinrich von, iv. 362 ; iv. 362-3. 
Einsiedel, Chancellor to Elector Augustus of 

Saxony, ix. 95-6. 
Einsiedeln, Abbots of, ix. 336, 336 (n. 3). 

Diet at [1527], v. 168. 

Eisacks [river], iv. 240. 
Eisel, Hartmut, xiv. 475,' 475 (re. 3). 
Eisele, Michael, of Gmttnd, xiv. 356. 
Eisenach, v. appendix note xv. p. 551 ; vi. 

118 ; iii. 79 ; iv. 176. 
Congress of League of Smalcald at 

[1538], vi. 11 (re. 2), 16, 17, 17 (n. 1), 28, 

28 (n. 1), 29. 
Congress of [1540], vi. 98, 364 ; v. 402 ; 

vii. 127; xii. 84, 317 ; xiii. 6 (re. 1), 122 

(re. 3) ; [1613] xvi. 503. 
' Eisenacher Nebenabschied,' vi. 17 (re. 1). 
Eisenerz, ix. 400-1, 409. 
Eisengrein, John, xiv. 342 (re. 2). 
Eisengrein, Martin, xiv. 452, 452 (n. 1). 

Chroniclers, i. 340-1 ; xiv. 462, 462 

, (re. 2) ; x. 5, 5 (n. 1), 84 ; xiii. 387, 387 

(re. 2) ; xiv. 342 [1565] : xv. 441 (n. 1). 
Eisengrein, William, and the 'Magdeburg 

Centuriators,' xiii. 459. 
Eisenhut, Anton, xi. 74-5, 185, 185 (re. 3). 
Eisenmenger, Samuel, xiii. 68 (re. 4). 
Eisenreich, xi. 122 (re. 1). 
Eisleben, iv. 93. 
church in, i. 214; 

viii. 180, 180, 180-1, 

xiii. 59, 59 (re. 1). 

— school ordinance of T1525], xiii. 63, 



[1546] vi. 279, 280 ; 
181; xii. 341 (re. 1); 



63 (n. 1), 113, 167, 184 ; xiv. 224. 



' Eisslebische christliche Ritter (der),' xii. 

114-20, 115 (n. 1). 
Eitel Friedrich, Count of Zollern, xiii. 158. 
Eitzen, Paul von, viii. 422. 

Ethiece doetrince, xiv. 194, 194 (re. 2). 

' Ekklesiastes ' : see Link, Wenceslaus. 
Elbe, the, x. 579. 

Emperor Charles V. crosses, vi. 361. 

chief passes on, x. 580 ; [1614] xv. 

198, 198 (re. 6). 
Elben, Vorderusterreieh, iv. 217 (n. 2), 219 

(re. 1), 220 (n. 1). 
Elben, K.,Ztir Lehrevon der WarenfSlschung, 

xv. 416 («. 3). 
Elbing, city of Teutonic order, ii. 132 ; xi. 

142. 
English comedians at [1605], xii. 179, 

179 (n. 2) ; xiv. 80-1. 
— ■ — English merchant adventurers in, xv. 

17, 17 (re. 2). 
Elbingerode [1573], xvi. 505. 
' Elbingisch-preussische Chronik,' xvi. 504 

(n. 1). 
Elchingen, Ottobeurcn school, xiii. 154 

(n. 1). 
Eleanor of Austria, Archduchess, i. 302. 
Eleanor of Scotland, Archduchess of Austria, 

xii. 218. 
Eleanor, Queen of France, v. 441. 
Eleanor, Queen of Portugal, v. 6. 
' Elected Roman Emperor,' Maximilian I., 

ii. 236. 
Election Diet, x. 615, 616. 

— ■ Elector of Mayence, x. 617. 

Election Diet of Emperor Maximilian II., 

xv. 299. 
Electoral College : see College of Electors. 
Electoral Princes, ii. 122. 
Electorate, Saxon, ix. 113-7 ; xiii. 31, 31 

(n. 1). 
Electors, Ecclesiastical, x. 470, 471, 475 ; 

viii. 206, 210-1, 211 (n. 1), 355-6; ix. 273, 

419, 438; x. 508-9, 509 (re. 1), 613, 

[1615], 617. 
diet of, at Nuremberg [1611]: see 

Nuremberg ; [1521] iii. 166 ; xiii. 262 ; 

xv. 224, 224 (re. 3) ; viii. 355 ; ix. 79, 108, 

116, 116 (n. 1), 137-8, 138-40, 140, [1590] 

259. 
Rhenish petition of, vi. 466, 472-3 ; ii. 

122. 
' Elegia hodoporica et encomium rusticte 

vita?,' xiii. 335 (n. 2). 
' Elegiae,' George Sabinus, xiii. 345 (». 1). 
' Elegies,' xiii. 204. 
Elementary Education and the Older 

Humanists, i. 61-85. 

schools and religious education, i. 25-60. 

' Elenden-Confraternities,' xv. 437, 437 (». 3). 

' Elenden-Herbergen,' xv. 437. 

Eleonora, Archduchess of Styria, xiii. 193, 

193 (n. 2). 
Eleonore, Archduchess of Tyrol, ix. 321 

(n. 1), 389. 
Elgard, Nicholas, 'Germaniker ' attacked by. 

ix. 320-7, 327. 
' Elias,' acted at Prague, xiii. 196. 
Elich, Philip Louis, xii. 365 (». 1). 
Elizabeth, Archduchess, viii. 90. 
Elizabeth, Countess of Eulenburg and 

Mandexscheid, x. 126, 128, 129. 
Elizabeth, Countess of Nassau, xii. 218. 
Elizabeth, Electoral Princess of Saxony, 

Countess Palatine, vi. y2 («. 2) ; vii. 810 ; 

viii. 150 (n. 1), 157 ; vi. 82 (n. 2) ; viii. 

172 (n. 2), 202-3. 
betrothal to John Casiniir, Duke of 

Saxony, viii. 65, 74-5 ; xv. 276 (n. 1) ; 

viii. 205-6; ix. 171. 



156 



INDEX 



Elizabeth, Duchess of Brunswick-Calenberg, 

vi. 243 ; [1545] xv. 84 (re. 1). 
Elizabeth, Duchess of Rochlitz, vi. 11, 77, 87, 

114, 117, 344, 499 (». 1). 
Elizabeth of Hesse, Elecfcress Palatine 

(Lutheran), ix. 2. 
Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James I. of 

England, marriage to Frederic V., x. 516, 

516 (re. 1). 
Elizabeth, Queen of England, vii. 111-2, 222 ; 

viii. Ill ; ix. 78 ; x. 455 ; viii. 4, 9, 53, 

61, 91, 114, 115, 117, 119, 125, 128, 135, 

142, 143. 

— treaty with Count Palatine, viii. 200-1. 

• sends 50,000 crowns to CondS, viii. 201. 

builds English commerce, xi. 9 ; [1583] 



ix. 62, 69, 

— - bestows 



on Henry 



Order of Garter : 

III. of Prance, ix. 106, 107. 
— — ■ opinion concerning Pope Sixtus V., and 

her proposed ' Protestant League,' ix. 

107-8, 133, 144, 156, 156 (re. 1). 
sides with Turks against Sixtus V., 

ix. 185, 186 ; xv. 13-4, 14 (re. 1). 
Elizabeth von Ansbach, Margravine, xv. 283. 
'Elizabeth von Braunschweig,' Havemann, 

xv. 276 (re. 1). 
Ellenbog, Nicholas, Benedictine scholar, 

i. 105 ; ix. 335, 335 (re. 3) ; xiii. 154 (re. 1) ; 

xiv. 250, 250 (n. 3). 
' Ellenbog,* by S. L. Geiger, xiii. 154 (re. 1). 
Ellentz, Lucas, xvi. 444-5, 445 (re. 1). 
Ellingen, burning of 1500 witches [1590], 

xvi. 424, 485. 
EUinger, Andrew, professor at Jena, xiv. 22. 
Ellinger, G., xi. 258 (re. 2) ; xii. 93 (re. 1), 

104 (re. 2), 344 (re. 1), 345 (re. 1), 360 (n. 1) ; 

xiii. 356 ; xii. 358 (n. 2), 360 (re. 1) ; xiii. 

121 (re. 6), 197 (re. 1), 335 (re. 2), 341 (re. 1). 
Ellinger, John [1629], xvi. 370 (re. 2). 
Ellstaetter, K., xv. 156 (re. 1). 
Ellwangen, Jesuit mission station, ix. 313. 

the Provost of, x. 469, 606, 609. 

burning witches in, xvi. 424, 424 

(re. 4), 425 (re. 1). 
Elmenhorst, Geverhard [Gerhard], xiv. 523, 

523 (re. 1). 
Elnbogen, v. 476. 
Elsasser, Wiguleus, xi. 188. 
Elsasszabern, iv. 316. 
Elsenheimer, Christopher, xiii. 417 (re. 4). 
Elster Gate, Wittenberg, iii. 134-5. 
Elswich, J. H. Von, De Varia Aristotelis, 

xiv. 120 (re. 1), 134 (re. 1), 135 (re. 1). 
Eltan, Endressen von (Eltmann), xvi. 423, 

423 (re. 1). 
Elten, church at, i. 171. 

Abbess of, xiii. 50. 

Eltville, Rheingau, i. 29. 

' Elucidarius,* xii. 235, 236, 23fl (re. 3), 346 

(re. 1), 360 (re. 1). 
Ely Cathedral, i. 168. 
Elzass-Zabern, iv. 243. 

Elzeviers, the, of Leyden, xiv. 524, 524 (it. 1). 
Elzheimer, Adam, of Frankfort, xi. 152, 

152 (re. 2), 234 (re. 3). 
' Elzheimer, A. Leben und Wirken,' xi. 152 

(re. 2), 234 (re. 3). 
Emann, Conrad, vi. 500 (re. 2), 551, 564 (re. 1). 
Emanuel, Dom, King of Portugal, ii. 57. 
Emmanuel Philibert, Duke of Savoy, vi. 540. 
Embroidery, Mediaeval, i. 214-5. 

Neudbrffer on, i. 215, 237. 

Emden, vii. 281 ; x. 580. 

Emden, Count, viii. 43. 

' Emeir,' Dr. Job. Geiler von Kaisersberg, xvi. 

256-60, 256 (re. 2), 258 (rt. 1), 259 (re. 1, 2, 3), 

260 (re. 1). 
'Emendation des Jahr,' x. 324 (re. 1). 



Emmeran, St., Codex of, xiii. 428. 
Emmerich, i. 68 ; xiii. 150 ; i. 73, 171 ; ii. 

31-2 ; ix. 237, 247 ; xiii. 6, 6 (re. 3), 144-9 ; 

i. 73 ; ix. 313, 356, 357 ; xiii. 149 (re. 1) ; 

ix. 357 ; x. 570 ; xiii. 145, 148, 149. 
Emminghaus, Memorab. SusaL, ii. 143 (».). 
Emperor of ' Holy Roman Empire,' ii. 114, 

115-6, 117 ; x. 527-8 ; xi. 3. 
Empire, Byzantine : see Byzantine Empire. 
Empire, Holy Roman, v. 389 ; i. 7 ; iii. 275- 

306; v. 1, 2, 127-65, 180, 234-47, 390, 

391, 392; vii. 95, 111, 112; viii. 35-6, 

37-8 ; x. 609. 

dismemberment of, vii. 93, 94. 

position of, vii. 93-6, 111, 111 (re. (2), 



104 (re. 1). 
— Protestant 



estates of, and Catholics, 
viii. 41. 

— devastation and anarchy in, viii. 55-67 ; 
ix. 269 ; viii. 55. 

— French designs on, viii. 114-7. 

— proposed transfer of Crown from 
Austria to France, viii. 134-9. 

— Protestant reports, moral and religious 
condition of, viii. 394-404. 

— danger from Calvinism, ix. 33, 39. 

— Spaniards and Dutch in [1598], ix. 
235-41. 

— encroachment on Constitution of [1600], 
ix. 246, 248, 249-68. 

— succession to, ix. 273-84, 417-20, 439, 
440-2 ; in 1608, ix. 519. 

— revolutionary party in, ix. 423-37, 
464-6 ; x. 402. 

— politico-religious conditions, x. 403-25, 
430. 

— ■ succession is discussed at Diet of 

Nuremberg [1611], x. 497, 554-6, 615-26. 
Klesl's private objections, x. 615, 617, 

618. 
succession in, and the ' Composition ' : 

see ' Composition ' and succession in the 

Empire [1615-18]. 

changes, xi. 1-16. 

Byzantine influence, xi. 2. 



— Italian and French influence in, xi. 2-3. 

— falling away of territory, xi. 3. 

— Emperors of, xi. 3. 

— betrayed by German princes, xi. 3-4, 
7-8, 8-10, 10-1, 11-3, 12, 13-4. 

• States General, ' chief rulers ' in : 



see States General. 

Empire, Lutheran, projected, vii. 377-401. 

Empsychonius, Hermann [preacher of Dort- 
mund], x. 251, 251 (re. 2). 

Ems [town] [1599], viii. 397 (re. 3). 

Ems [river], x. 580. 

Emser, Catherine, iv. 80-2. 

Emser, Hieronymus, iii. 80 ; x. 83 ; xii. 58, 
59, 67 (re. 1) ; xiv. 273-7, 292, 433 ; iii. 240, 
343-52, 124-8. 

Wider das unchristliche Buck Martini 

Luthers, iii. 128 ; xiv. 274. 
• An den Stier zu Wittenberg, xii. 67 (n. 1) ; 



xiv. 274. 
■ Auf des Stiers zu Wittenberg, xiv. 274, 



275. 

— publishes his Verwarnung ivider d. 
Martin Luther [1523], iii. 343-51 ; xiv. 
275. 

— defends Canon of Mass [1524], xiv. 275. 
his Apologetikon, xiv. 277, 277 (re. 1). 

— his der Boch tuth frey, xii. 67 (re. 1). 

— approval of Lutheran German, xiv. 
414. 

— his treatise against Luther's Bible 
[1523], xiv. 425, 425 (re. 2), 426. 

— desirability of authorised translation, 
xiv..428 (re. 1). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Emser, Hieronymus, his Dan Nate Test., xiv. 

228 (n. '!), 428-9, 429 (n. 1), 430 (n. 2), 437. 
his objection to placing Bible in hands 

of people, xiv. 431. 

■ his New Test., xiv. 503. 

appreciation of, xiv. 275 — 7, 276 

(n. 1, 2). 
Emser, Kawerau, xiv. 276 (n. 2), 277 (n. 2), 

425 (». 3), 428 (n. 1, 2), 429 (n. 1). 
' Eraser's Leben u. Schr.,' Waldau, xiv. 273 

(n. 3). 
' Enarratio aliquot libr. Ethic. Aristot.,' 

Melanchthon [1545], xiv. 130 (n. 1). 
' Enarratio concionum Hoseae,' Moller [1567], 

xvi. 171 (n. 5). 
' Enarrationes in Genesin,' Luther, xiv. 204 

(n. 1). 
Encania, Erasmus Winter [1599], xii. 384 

(n. 4) ; xv. 421 ; xvi. 130 (n. 2), 141 (n. 1). 
Encelius, Christopher, xiii. 506. 
his Bergwerkskunde [1551], xiii. 506, 

506 (n. 3). 
' Enchiridion,' Fr. Madias, xvi. 437 (n. 2). 
' Enchiridion controversiarum,' ix. 319 (n. 1). 
' Enchiridion locorum commun. adv. Luther- 

anos,' J. Eck [1525], xiv. 321, 321 (n. 1). 
' Enchiridion of Erasmus,' iii. 21 (».). 
Ende, Am, xiii. 440 (n. 3), 449 (n. 2). 
Endemann, Dr. Peter, ix. 54 (n. 4), 57 (n. 3). 
Endemann, his Nat. Okon. Grundsdtze, 

ii. 97, 99-100 (n.). 
his Studies of Roman Eedes. Pol. Econ., 

ii. 99-100 ; xv. 35 (n. 4). 
Enders, iii. 204 (n. 1) ; xiv. 402 (». 1), 403 

(n. 1). 

■ his Luther's Brief e, iv. 309 (n. 1). 

his Lulher and Emser, xiv. 273 (n. 3). 

' Endlicher Bericht v. s. Lehre,' Prsetorius, 

vii. 296 (n. 4). 
Endres, Clemens, on proposals of town de- 
puties [1524], iv. 38-9. 
on insurgents in Peasants' Rising, iv. 

185. 
Endter, von, xvi. 166 (n. 4), 167 («. 1), 168 

(n. 1). 
Engel, Andreas, attack on Calvinists, x. 265. 
' Engel der SchuIe," = St. Thomas Aquinas, 

i. 113. 
Engel, K., his Nachricht ub. 3. Faustbilcher, 

xii. 360 (n. 1). 
his Zusaunneuslellung d. Faust- 

Schriften, xii. 360 (n. 1). 
Engelberger, Burkhard, architect, i. 170 (».). 
Engelhaaf, his Cut. De rebus in Africa, v. 440 

(n. 4). 

his Deut. Gesch., v. 31 (». 1). 

Engelhardt, his Nieders Zeitschr., v. App. n. 

xviii. p. 555. 
his Wider Ziiubereien [1637], xvi. 

473 (n. 1). 
Engelman, Nich. of Erfurt, i. 327-33. 
Engelmann, Dr. Joseph, x. 169 (n. 2.). 
Engen, x. 149. 
Engerd, John, of Thuringia, 1st German 

prosodist, xiii. 388. 

his alphab. rhymes on Luther, xi. 360-1. 

translates Anspaeh's poems, xiii. 389, 

389 In. 1). 
England, vi. 93, 423 ; vii. 216, 240 ; viii. 

62; ix. 156, 428; x. 411, 450, 460, 543, 

fo7, 590. 

decrease of wages in, i. 352 (n. 1). 

Eansea, the, in union of, ii. 46-7. 

and Germany, commerc. relations, ii. 

49. 
declines to consider Emperor's peace 

proposals, v. l '.».">. 
— — chiefs of Smalcald League hope to 

enlist, vi. 299. 



England, to be applied to by League of Princes 

for aid agst. Charles V., vi. 439. 
— — Spain and France, peace of Chateau 

Cambresis, vii. 107. 
Elector Fred. III. endeavours to induce, 

to join league agst. ' Papists,' viii. 61. 
to supply most of money, viii. 61. 



— and France, treaty between, for mutual 
support T1572], viii. 115, 122. 

— Alva interdicts trade with, viii. i. 25. 

— Jesuit Colleges founded in, by Card. 
Pole, viii. 263. 

— Ambassador of, seeks to hinder peace 
of Vervius [1598], ix. 235 (n. 1). 

• enters into alliances against Spain 



[1599], ix. 243. 
and proposed union of Protestant 

Princes with France, ix. 282. 
to join in treaty between France and 

States Gen., ix. 487. 

Calvinists in, x. 207. 

and the Prot. Princes [1609] x. 417, 423, 

448, 472. 
— in alliance w. Prot. League, x. 515, 

518. 

J. Faber in [1527], xiv. 307. 

English Books, printing of, prohibited in 

Germany [1550], xiv. 508. 
Comedies and Tragedies [1620], xii. 169 

(n. 1), 175 (n. 5), 179. 
• — - encourage Calvinists of Netherl., viii. 

28. 

Historical Revietv, iii. 8 (n. 1). 

of partial German origin, ii. 107. 

Imper. edict for banishment of all 

[1597], xv. 16 ; its consequences to 

Hanseatic League, xv. 16-7 ; merchants 

ignore Edict, xv. 17. 

plague in Germ., xiv. 61-2. 

players, xii. 160-9, 161 (n. 1). 

* Engl.-franz. Propaganda,' Hoflcr, x. 443 

(n. 1). 
' Englische Diplomatic i 1527/ v. Kraus, v. 

17 (n. 1). 
' Englische Handelspolilik,' Schanz, xv. 

12 (n. 4). 
' Englische Komodien,' xii. 169 (n. 1), 179, 

179 (n. 5). 
' Englische Komodianten,' Tittmann, xii. 

163 (n. 1). 
' Englischen Komodianten (die) 3. Zeit 

Shakesp. in Oesterr.,' Meissner, xii. 356 

(». 1) ; xiii. 194 (n. 2) ; xv. 63 (n. 2). 
Engraving on Wood and Copper, i. 216-26 ; 

xi. 172-180. 

a Germ, invention, i. 216. 

its indebtedness to Diirer, i. 223. 

importance of, i. 216. 

at first confined to monasteries, i. 216. 

— first picture-books, i. 217. 

■ steel, perfection of German, i. 222 ; 



Bavaria, cradle of, i. 222. 
— wood, attains perfection, i. 218-9. 
— its quality affected by faith 



and 



patriotism, i. 225-6. 

decline in, xi. 172-9. 

Ennemoter, xii. 281 (n. 1): xvi. 252 («. 1). 
Ennen, L., viii. 36 (n. 1, 2), 242 (n. 1), 243 

(n. 1, 4); ix. 10 (n. 1), 12 (n. 1), 35 (n. 2); 

43 (n. 1), 44 (n. 1), 47 (n. 1), 48 (n. 1), 50 

(n. 2), 51 (n. 3), 65 (n. 2), 77 (n. 2), 78 

(n. 2), 83 (». 2), 140 (n. 1), 141 (». 1) ; 

xiii. 255 (». 2) ; xiv. 347 (n. 2) ; xvi. 449 

(n. 1). 

his A Gail, xiii. 405 («. 1). 

his Gesch. d. Stadt Ktiln, ii. 84 (n. 1), 

85 (n. 1) ; x. 570 (n. 1) ; xi. 60 (n. 4). 
Enno, Count, appropriates church property, 

v. 10 i ... 



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INDEX 



Enns, silver mines of, ii. 40. 

Turkish army in, v. 378. 

■ complaint by peasants, xv. 185-8. 

Ennsthal, Peasants' Insurrection in [1478], 
iv. 130. 

decrees agst. Protestants in, ix. 391 

(n. 1). 
Enoch and Astronomy, xii. 299 (re. 1). 
Enoch, J. Mathys, as the promised, v. 458. 
Ensisheim, Upper Alsatia, xii. 23 ; xiv. 501 
(re. 1). 

Royal Court of, ii. 28. 

■ distress in, iv. 351. 

cruelty of nobles of, iv. 351. 

Jesuit College founded [1615], ix. 

313. 

Capuchins go to [1603], ix. 346. 

glass-windows of Council-house, xi. 155. 

ravages of plague at [1609-11], xiv. 84, 

84 (re. 2). 
' Enstehung d. Katechismen,' Braunsberger, 

viii. 278 (re. 3, 4), 279 (re. 1, 2), 282 (re. 1), 

291 (re. 5). 
' Entdeckung d. Orden d. R.C.,' xiv. 9, 9 

(n. 2). 
Enthusiasts, viii. 177. 
d'Entraigues, Mile, vii. 266 (re. 1). 
Entringen, v. 425. 
' Entsetzliche Nachrichten lib. d. pfarrer,' 

xvi. 36 (n. 1). 
' Entstehung d. Hexenverfolgung,' M. 

Jansen, xvi. 235 (re. 2), 237 (re. 1). 
' Entstehung d. Volkswirtschaft,' Biichcr, 

xiv. 528 (re. 3). 
' Entstehung, Kampfe, u. Untergang 

Evang. Gemeinden,' Heppe, ix. 370 

(re. 2). 
' Entstehung d. Katechismen Canisius,' 

Braunsberger, xiv. 368 (re. 3), 369 (re. 1). 
' Entstehung evang. Kirchenliedes,' Wolfrum, 

xi. 255 (re. 1). 
' Entstellung d. Wortes Gottes,' Canisius 

[1583], xiv. 332. 
' Entwicklung d. Glaubensbegriffs b. 

Melanchthon,' Rbmer, xiv. 147 (re. 1). 
' Entwicklung d. Chemie,' Kopp, xiii. 504 

(n. 2). 
* Entwicklung d. gelehrten Richtertums,' 

Stolzel, xiii. 412 (re. 2). 
' Entwickelung d. Schulwesens in Emmerich,' 

Kohler, ix. 357 (n. 3, 4). 
' Entwickelung d. offentl. Armenwesens,' 

v. Melle, xv. 462 (re. 1). 
' Entwickelung d. Zeitungswesens,' Schreiber, 

xiv. 528 (re. 3) ; Quetsch, xiv. 528 (re. 3). 
' Entwurf e. Kirchen-Gesch.,' ix. 103 (re. 1). 
' Entwurf e. Visitations Konsilii,' G. Frank, 

x. 316. 
Enzlin, Matt., executed [1613], xv. 325, 

325 (re. 2). 
' Enzyklopadie,' Ersch-Gruber, xiv. 3 (re. 1) ; 

xvi. 304 (n. 1), 408 (n. 1). 
1 Enzyklopadie d. Rechtswiss.,' v. Holtzen- 

dortf, xiii. 398 («. 1). 
' Eobanus Hessus,' Krause, ix. 304 (re. 1) ; 

xiii. 101 (re. 1), 258 (re. 1), 303 (re. 3), 331 

(re. 3). 
L'Epee et Ie Chapeau ducal,' MacSwiney, 

ix. 352 (re. 1). 
Epes, John, xvi. 187. 
' Ephemerides,' by Regiomontanus, i. 139, 

143 ; xiii. 473, 473 (n. 4). 
Epicureans, viii. 388 ; increase amongst 

Protestants, x. 163, 164. 
Epidemics in 16th cent., xvi. 148 (re. 2). 

at close of Middle Ages : see Plagues. 

' Epigrammata,' Cordus Euricius, xiii. 510 

(». 2). 
by Bidermann, J., xiii. 204. 



on, 
84 



vn. 
viii. 



215 
xvi. 

537 



377 



Epiphanius, St., Canisius edits [1578], xiv. 369. 
Episcopal Archives, Graz, ix. 380 (re. 1). 
■ — — Cities, ii. 32. 

' Epist. ad Pflugium,' Mttller, xiv. 303 (re. 3). 
' Epistle of St. James,' rejected by Luther, 

iii. 239. 
' Epistle to Hebrews,* Luther's views 

iii. 239. 
' Epist. Helvet. Reform.,' Fuesslin, vi 

(re. 2). 
' Epistola suasoria,' x. 503 (re. 1). 
' Epistola;,' Heymann, viii. 17 (re. 2). 
' Epistolae Canisii,' ed. Braunsberger, 
40 (re. 3), 155 (re. 2), 331 (re. 3) ; 
232 (re. 1), 236 (re. 3), 243 (re. 5), 245 (n. 4), 
246 (re. 4), 249 (n. 1), 279 (n. 1), 285 
(re. 2) ; ix. 335 (re. 3), 339 (re. 1) ; x. 
(re. 1), 329 (re. 3) ; xiii. 138 (re. 1) ; 
79 (re. 1). 
' Epistolae hist, eccl.,' H. Besold, vi. 

(re. 2). 
' Epist. Misc. ad Nauseam,' vi. 49 («. 1). 
' Epistola; P. Hieronymi Nadal,' xiv. 

(n. 2). 
' Epistola;, Pii V.,' viii. 105 (re. 1), 107 (re. 1), 

110 (re. 2, 3). 
• Epist. Pogiani,' vii. 335 (re. 1) ; viii. 243 

(re. 5); 297 (re. 1). 
' Epist. Secretae,' viii. 374 (re. 2). 
'Epist. theol.,' Beza, viii. 201 (re. 4). 
' Epistola; tres ad Pappum,' Pistorius, x. 

33 (re. 5), 123 (re. 1). 
' Epistolae Virorum Obscurorum,' by Relrich 
von Hutten and Crotus, iii. 68, 69-70, 71, 
73, 104. 
' Epistolario ' [1582-84], Bonomi, ix. 16 

(re. 1, 2). 
Epitaphs, alabaster, xi. 142. 
' Epitome Historiarum,' Butner, xii. 245 

(re. 2). 
' Epitome Theologie M. Lutheri,' Staphylus, 

xi. 78, 78 (w. 1). 
' Epitome Theologiae moralis,' Calixtus, xiv. 

195 (n. 1). 
' Epochen d. deut. Agrargesch.,' Fuchs, 

xv. 137 (n. 2). 
Eppstein, dearth of schools in, xiii. 38, 
38 (re. 4) ; torture of crayfish-stealers, 
xv. 219. 
Erasmus, of Erbach, cup-bearer, i. 336 ; 

on extortions of Jews, ii. 74. 
Erasmus, C. v. Limpurg, Bp. of Strasburg, 

mobbed, vi. 417. 
Erasmus, Desiderius, i. 122 (re. 3), 147 ; 
iii. 8-27, 30-1 ; ix. 225 ; x. 49 ; xi. 48 ; 
xiii. 127 (n. 1), 423 ; xiv. 239, 306. 

excerpt of letter of, i. 20. 

his Praise of Folly, i. 24 ; iii. 68. 

on character of Germ, sermons, i. 42. 

estimate of Hegius, i. 68. 

at Cologne, i. 96. 

in praise of Zasius, i. 120. 

— ■ — condemnation of Merchants, ii. 99. 

chief of later Humanists, iii. 8. 

circumstances of birth, iii. 8. 

disregard of Church ordinances, iii. 

8-9, 23. 

enters Monastery of Stein, iii. 8. 

travels, iii. 8, 13. 

complaints agst., iii. 8-9. 

charges agst. monastic life, iii. 9. 

belief any walk of life may be religious 

iii. 9. 

views as to our character, iii. 9. 

love of wine, iii. 10. 

contempt of money, iii. 10. 

on alms-begging, iii. 10. 

■ flattery of those in liigh places, iii. 



10, 11, 11 re. 



159 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Erasmus, Desiderius, sources of income and 

costly possessions, iii. 10-1. 
bad example to youth, iii. 11 ; spite- 
fulness, iii. 11-2 ; vanity, iii. 11, 13. 

introduction of habit of calumny, iii. 12. 

enormous influence, iii. 12, 12 (n.). 

source of knowledge and versatility, 

iii. 12-3. 

lack of intellectual depth, iii. 13. 

love of Lucian, iii. 13. 

ignorance of mod. languages, iii. 14. 

perfect Latinity, iii. 14. 

superstitions, iii. 14, 14 (n.). 

— ■ — ridicule of popular piety, iii. 14. 

actual object of his labours, iii. 14-5. 

elasticity of his language and teaching, 

iii. 15. 

criticism of, by Luther, iii. 15. 

want of deep convictions, iii. 13, 16. 

— — • want of courage, iii. 16. 

doubts as to Divine institution of 

Papacy, iii. 16. 

dogmatic doubts, iii. 16. 

letter fr. Albertus Pius, iii. 16-7, 18-9. 

stigmatized by Melanchthon, iii. 17. 

proposed revision of Church doctrines, 

iii. 17. 

wages war agst. Scholasticism, iii. 17-8. 

contempt of mediaeval spirit, iii. 18. 

writes Praise of Folly, iii. 18-9. 

attacks on Pope, iii. 19. 

veneration for Bible, iii. 19 ; methods 

of interpretation of, iii. 20-3. 

and ' Bohemian Brothers,' iii. 20. 

his Handbk. of Soldier of Christ, iii. 21. 

his Enchiridion, iii. 21 (n.). 

his Comms. on N.T., iii. 22. 

letter from Eck, iii. 22 ; on Cicero, iii. 

23 ; Horace, iii. 23 ; Virgil, iii. 23. 

fasting, iii. 23. 

his Table Talk, iii. 23. 

teaching of, iii. 24-5. 

popularity of his writings, iii. 25. 

public rejoicings at return fr. Engl. 

[1513], iii. 25-6. 

admired by Zasius, iii. 26. 

letter fr. Nesen, iii. 26. 

— adulation of, by Younger Humanists, 



iii. 26. 

— contempt for mediaev. eccl. learning, 
iii. 26-7. 

— accused of being originator of Ep. Vir. 
Obsc, iii. 68-9. 

— irreverence of, iii. 69. 

— Luther strives to ingratiate himself 
with, iii. 101-2. 

— supports Luther's cause, iii. 102. 
— pleads w. Elector of Saxony for 



Luther, iii. 172, 173. 
— letter to Pope re 



Luther's writings, 



iii. 173. 
opinions on Luther's case made public 

by Spalatin, iii. 174. 
changes attitude towards Church, iii. 

200. 

receives Hutten coldly, iii. 301. 

Hutten writes pamphlet agst., iii. 301-2. 

reply to Hutten, A Sponge, iii. 302. 

testimony to baleful effect of Lutheran- 
ism, iii. 355, 360 (n.). 
■ opposed by Luther on Free-will, iv. 

104; xiv. 300-1, 800 (n. 1). 
complaints as to conduct of people, 

under influence of ' New Gospel ' 1.1523-24], 

iv. 151-3. 

Luther and Zwingli, v. 468. 

influence of his teachings on clergymen 

in Palatinate, viii. 157. 
CoUoquia, iii. 71-2, 72 (ft. 2), 104 (n. 1). 



Erasmus, Desiderius, on decline of learning 

bef. Lutheranism, xiii. 101, 101 (». 2) ; xiv. 

235, 235 (n. 2). 
advocacy of reading of Terence in 

schools, xiii. 166, 166 (n. 1). 
his disillusionment regarding coming 

of ' golden age ' [1516], xiii. 329, 329 (n. 3). 
his Funus, xiii. 357. 

— as theologian, xiv. 300-1. 

declined to attend Diet of Augsburg, 



xiv. 300. 
devotes himself to publ. of Church 

Fathers, xiv. 300. 
theological ideals of hostility towards 

scholastics, iii. 15 ; xiv. 300-1, 301 

(n. 1, 2). 
pamphlet Apologia adv. articidos, xvi. 

320 (n. 2). 
' Erasmus Alberus,' Schnorr von Carolsfeld, 

xi. 356 (n. 1). 
' Erasmus Alberus* Geistl. Lieder,' Strom- 

berger, xv. 469 (». 1). 
' Erasmus-Studien,' A. Bichter, xiv. 301 

(«. 1). 
' Erasmus und s. theol. Standp.,' Kerker, 

xiv. 301 (n. 1). 
Erast, Thomas, of Basle, vii. 67 ; xii. 303 

(n. 2) ; xvi. 381. 

report on Eucharist, vii. 316. 

falls under suspicion of heresy, viii. 160. 

summoned before Commission, viii. 160. 

asserts dominating influence of Cal- 
vinism in Heidelberg, viii. 173. 
■ hostility to, on account of his opposi- 



tion to astrology, xiv. 44, 44 (». 1). 
— belief in witches and advocate of ex- 
termination, xvi. 381, 381 (n. 3). 

his Disputatio de Lamiis [1572], xvi. 



381, 381 (re. 2). 
Erb, preacher at Reichenweier, vi. 297. 
Erbach, cloister of, i. 150 ; taxation in, xv. 

20. 
Erbach, Counts of, coinage of, xv. 80, 80 

(n. 4). 
Erbach, Erasmus von, domestic laws of, i. 

336 ; diet supplied to servants, i. 351. 

* Erbarmliche neue Zeitung ' [1579], xii. 377, 

377 («. 1). 
' Erb-brief,' xv. 160. 
Erbe, Fritz, persecution of, v. app. note 

xv. 551. 
Erbkam, iv. 96 (n. 2) ; Prot. Sekten, xiv. 

443 (ft. 1). 
' Erbsiind Kommt v. Adams Schuldt,' xi. 

288 (n. 2). 
Erdeborn, xiii. 184. 

Erdmannsdbrffer, x. 442 (n. 2), 590 (n. 3). 
Eremita, Daniel, eulogy of Julius of Wflrz- 

burg, ix. 368, 368 (n. 2) ; descr. of life at 

Saxon Court [1609], xv. 235, 235 («. 1). 
' Eremitage Maximilians,' M. Hetzenaucr, 

ix. ;S44 («. 1). 

* Erundung d. heil. Kreuzes,' xii. 7. 

Erfurt, ii. 129; iv. 100; v. 221 ; vi. 189, 191, 

448 ; vii. 392 ; xii. 232, 332. 

brass-foundries at, i. 193. 

bells of, i. 194. 

organ by Castcndorfer in, i. 248. 

vegetables and dyes grown, i. 340, 

340 (ft.). 

wine produced at, i. 341. 

dyeing works, ii. 5-6. 

legacy at, connected with baths, ii. 35. 

in 15th cent., ii. 59. 

expulsion of Jews from. ii. 78. 

— rising agst. Town Council [1509 J, 



iii. 41-2. 

— Luther in, iii. 187. 

— riots in, iii. 188. 



100 



INDEX 



Erfurt, Pfaffensturm at, iii. 190. 

and Wittenberg, revolutionary agita- 
tion in [1521-2], iii. 245-74. 

Joh. Lange stirs up populace of, iii. 245. 

violence in [1521], iii. 245-6 ; iv. 58. 

final revolt agst. Church System, iii. 

247. 

— exodus of monks from, iii. 247. 

• revolutionary party all-powerful in, 



Erfurt University, decline of, iii. 246. 

violent conduct of students towards 



iii. 249. 

— agitators in, iv. 301, 301 (n. 1). 

— peasant gatherings in [1525]. 

— determine to impose ' articles ' on 
Council, iv. 302, 303. 

— peasants demand admission to, iv. 302. 

— Eberlin v. Giinzburg addresses popu- 
lace, iv. 302-3. 

Council's compact w. insurgents, iv. 303. 

orgy of peasantry and Council, iv. 303-4. 

Lange appointed Cath. preacher, iv. 

304. 

Council restored to office, iv. 310. 

chosen by J. Fred. II. as place 

meeting for army of extermination 



of 
Of 
Cath. priesthood, vi. 424. 

— plundered by soldiers of Margrave 
Albert, vi. 514. 

— frivolity of monastic clergy, vii. 184. 
• war under Grumbach to begin at, vii. 



386. 

— to be laid under contribution by 
Grumbach-Gotha conspirators, vii. 393. 

Diet of [1567], vii. 401. 

— Evangelical Convention held at [1569], 
viii. 61. 

— proposal brought forward by Huguenot 
delegate, viii. 61-2. 

— resolutions passed at, viii. 62-3. 

denunciation of Calvinists, ix. 168-9. 

Jesuit College founded at [1585], ix. 

313. 
zeal of ' Germanikers ' in, ix. 326 ; 

attack on Elgard by populace, ix. 326. 

Enchiridion [1525-28], xi. 289-90. 

portentous birth at, xii. 233. 

portents near [1555], xii. 242. 

burning of sorcerers [1591], xii. 272, 

272 (n. 4). 

— exorcism at, xii. 334 (n. 1). 

■ the devil recites psalms at, xii. 374, 



in, xni. 



374 («. 2). 

— school at, xiii. 8 (n. 2), 92. 

— deterioration of education 
21 (n. 1), 23 (n. 1). 

— outbreak of spotted typhus at [1597], 
xiv. 79 ; death of all clergy, xiv. 79. 

■ trial and burning of witches [1530, 1538, 



1550], xvi. 299, 299 (». 5). 

feats of a witch at, xvi. 504, 504 (re. 1). 

Erfurt University, xiii. 257-9. 

fees at, i. 29. 

Rectors of, i. 82. 

■ founded, i. 86. 

efficiency of, i. 86. 

cause of its rupture with Church, i. 91. 

Joh. v. Wesel, professor at, ii. 301. 

distinguished for its Greek and Latin, 

iii. 31-2. 
breach betw. pupils and teachers, iii. 

40-1. 
destruction of buildings by populace, 

iii. 42. 
advocates removal of anti-Christian 



literature from Jews, iii. 51. 
— H. Emser, lecturer at, iii. 80. 

• scholarship for study of Scriptures at, 



iii. 82. 
— Martin Luther 
by, iii. 188. 



at, iii. 80 ; welcomed 



priests, iii. 254. 
— report of Dean 



of Philos. Faculty 



[1523], iii. 355-6. 

— deserted state, iii. 355. 

— decrease of students, iii. 356. 

— meagre salaries of professors, xiii. 
253 (re. 2). 

— bad effect of religious controversy on 
[1523], xiii. 257-8. 

— decay of study and hatred of discipline 
at, xiii. 258, 258 (n. 1). 

— absence of teachers in, xiii. 258. 

— falling off in number of students [1520- 
27], xiii. 258, 258 (w. 1). 

■ ill-feeling betw. Prots. and Caths., 



xiii. 259, 259 (re. 1). 

Luther on, xiii. 259 (re. 1). 

Minucci's anxiety for reform of, xiii. 

259 (re. 1). 

Prot. leanings of, xiii. 260. 

conflict betw. Caths. and Prots., xiv. 

272-3. 
Erfurt, Johann v., i. 251. 
Erfurt, Kampschulte, xiii. 23 (n. 1), 259 

(re. 1) ; xiv. 273 (re. 1). 
' Erganzungen v. Paulus im Histor. Jahrb.,' 

viii. 277 (re. 3), 278 (re. 3). 
' Erganzungen v.Theo. Distel,' viii. 167 (re. 2). 
' Ergotzlichkeiten,' Shelhorn, v. 347 (re. 2) ; 

viii. 323 (re. 2). 
' Erhalt uns, Herr,' xi. 285, 286-7. 
Erhard v. Winheim, Sacrarium Agrippince, 

ix. 312 (re. 2). 
' Erhebliche Ursachen,* Caspar Ulenberg, 

xiv. 347-8. 
Eric XIV., King of Sweden, xv. 170 (re. 1). 
offers his services in the Grumbach- 
Gotha conspiracy, vii. 392, 392 (re. 2). 
restores liberties of Hanseatic League 

to Liibeck, etc. [1561], xv. 10. 
invades Esthland ; takes Reval [1561], 

xv. 10. 
deprives Hans. Leaguers of right to 

navigate the Narva, xv. 10-11. 

opposed by Liibeck, xv. 11. 

Eric II., Duke of Brunswick-Kalenberg, 

raises siege of Bremen, vi. 365. 
institutes trial by torture of his wife for 

witchcraft, xvi. 452, 454, 454 (re. 1). 
• threatens war, slid. Prot. demands at 



Diet of Augsburg [1555] not be satisfied, 

vi. 555. 
Eric the Elder, of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, 

remains true to Cath. faith, v. 48. 

joins League of Nuremb., vi. 25. 

pension fr. Spain, viii. 48. 

Eric the Younger, Duke of Brunswick, pro- 
visions consumed at wedding of, xiv. 233 ; 

xv. 255 (re. 1). 
Eric, Duke of Hanover, alliance w. Joachim 

of Brandenburg, etc., in defence of old 

faith, vi. 20-1. 
Eric, prince-bishop of Paderborn and 

Osnabriick, v. 453, 454 ; xvi. 56. 

— appears on side of Prot. notables at 



Spires [1529], v. 453. 
— witnesses nuptials 



of 



and 



Mechtildis 

Conrad of Tecklenburg, v. 453. 

purchases bishopric of Miinster, v. 453. 

death of, v. 454. 

Erichson, A., v. 400 ; xiii. 385 («. 1). 
— — his Martin Bucer, xvi. 274 (re. 1). 

his Zwingli's Tod, v. 358 (re. •'!). 

' Erinnerung, Lengenbrunner,' viii. 183 (». 1). 
' Erinnerung and Utzinger,' x. 193 («. 4). 
' Erinnerungen an Rom,' Willensen, viii. 

316 («. 2) ; ix. 328 (re. 1). 



101 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



' Erinnerungen aus Rubens,' J. Burekhardt, 

xi. 161 (n. l). 
' Erinnerungen nach d. Lauf d. Planeten 

Andrea,' v. 428 (n. 1) ; viii. 403 («. 1). 
' Erinnerungs-blath an Melanchthon,' vii. 

139 (n. 1). 
' Eristicus,' Luther charged with being an, 

vUl. 183. 
Erkelenz, viii. 41. 
' Erklarung d. Bergpredigt Christ ' [1603], x. 

158, 158 (n. 1). 
' Erklarung d. Kath. Gesandten,' ix. 289 

(n. 2). 
' Erklarung d. uralten Spruchw.,' Fischart, 

xi. 372 (n. 3), 376 (n. 1). 
« Erklarung d. Vater Unsers ' [1617], xi. 

53 (n. 3), 71 (». 1). 
' Erklarungsschreiben,' Cotton, x. 384 (n. 1). 
' Erklarungsversuche,' in matters of witch- 
craft, Diefenbach, xvi. 288 (». 1). 
Erlau, ix. 500. 

seized by Turks ri596], ix. 198, 423. 

road from, open to Turk, advance, 

ix. 198. 
' Erlautertes evang. Oesterreich,' Raupach, 

viii. 377 (n. 1), 378 (n. 2), 385 (w. 2), 386 

(n. 1), 387 (n. 1), 389 (n. 1), 391 (n. 1), 392 

(n. 1) ; xiii. 218 (n. 6). 
' Erlautertes Preussen,' v. 119 (n. 1) ; vii. 

15 (n. 1), 17 (n. 1), 304 (n. 1), 307 (n. 1) ; 

xii. 377 (n. 3) ; xvi. 132 (n. 2). 
' Erlauterung,' Cornelius, vi. 482 (n. 1). 
' Erlauterung d. Reformationshist.,' v. d. 

Lith, v. 40 (n. 1), 41 (n. 1). 
' Erlauterungen,' Schnurrer, v. 425 (». 1) ; 

xiii. 107 (n. 2), 311 (n. 1), 316 (n. 1). 
' Erlauterungen z. Reformationsgesch.,' 

Seidemann, iii. 240 (».). 
' Erlauterungen u. Erganzungen zu Jans- 
sen's Geschichte,' L. Pastor, ix. 420 (n. 1) ; 

x. 88 (n. 2) ; xiv. 63 (n. 2), 359 (n. 2). 
Erlbach, peasants of, murder preachers, vi. 

452 ; xvi. 36. 
' Ermahnung an d. Bundpapstter,' J. 

Fischard [1589], x. 47-8. 
' Ermahnung an d. frommen Teutschen,' 

L. Schwendi, xv. 423 (n. 2). 
' Ermahnung an d. lieben Deutschen,' 

Kleindienst, ix. 334 (n. 1). 
' Ermahnung an d. StatJRegensburg;' [1613], 

x. 543. 
' Ermahnung wider Huren- und Buben- 

Schand [1557], xi. 303. 
' Ermahnung z. d. Questionieren ' [1522], 

J. Schweblin, xv. 428 (n. 1). 
' Ermahnung z. Frieden auf d. Zwolf Artikel 

d. Bauerschaft,' Luther, iv. 246-52. 
Ermland, Hosius, Bp. of : see Hosius.' 

indebtedness of the Church in, xiv. 349. 

' Ermlandische Literaturgesch.,' Hiplcr, xiv. 

296 (n. 1). 
'Ermlandischen Bischofs (des) J. Danticus 

Gedichte,* Blpler, xiii. 391 (n. 3), 392 (n. 1). 
Ernest II., Elector and Archbishop of Cologne, 

ix. 57, 108, 469; x. 216, 470, 489; xiii. 

428. 

profligate life, vii. 180 ; ix. 90, 523 add. 

— —twitted as a Jesuit, viii. 247. 

fails to be nominated to Cologne, ix. 7. 

candidature for Cologne, ix. f>7 8. 

personal character, ix. 58, 58 (n. 2, 3), 

90 (n. 1). 

election [1583], ix. 59. 

complains of want of support, ix. 59. 

appeals to Duke William of Bavaria, 

ix. 59. 

intrigues for his defeat, ix. 71. 

Bonn falls into his hands [ 1584], ix. 88. 

received into Colleges of Electors, ix. si>. 



Ernest II., letter from Geiz Kofler, ix. 187. 
his intervention sought at Diet of 

Ratisbou, ix. 19. 
asked to interview Rudolf II., ix. 276 

(»• 1). 
restoration of Catholic religion in 

Westphalia, under, ix. 357-8. 
letter from Maximilian of Bavaria, ix. 

426 (n. 1). 

accused of plotting agst. Prots., ix. 433. 

goes to Prague to see Rudolf II., ix. 438. 

seeks advice from Duke Maximilian, ix. 

439-40. 
his ambassador consents to demands of 

Christian II. of Saxony, ix. 479-80. 
his opinion of Archduke Matthias, ix. 

505. 
reveals the family contract of House of 

Habsburg, ix. 505. 
his attitude towards controversy in 

Cathedral Chapter of Strasburg,x.l80 (n. 1). 

his work on Augsberg Confession, x. 216. 

proposed as a director of projected 

Catholic-Lutheran League, x. 280-1. 
admonished by Duke Maximilian of 

Bavaria, x. 470-1. 
uses his influence with Bp. Schweikart 

of Mayence to make him consent to the 

holding a general meeting of Catholic 

League of Defence at Wurzburg [1610], x. 

471. 
danger of loss of Archbishopric, x. 478, 

489, 501 ; xiii. 195, 485 (». 3). 
Ernest, Archduke, viii. 136, 382, 383, 385, 

389; ix. 398 (n. 3) ; xv. 232, 232 (». 2). 
Ernest, Bishop of Bamberg, ix. 145. 
Ernest of Bavaria, Bp. of Passau, vii. 398 ; 

xvi. 56, 56 (n, 1), 62; iv. 341 ; vi. 25, 480. 
Ernest II., D. of Brunswick-Liineburg, ix. 

202, 241, 279 ; xiv. 233 ; v. 34, 57, 104, 

210, 252, 294, 333, 334, 345-6, 349, 350, 

474, 475-6, 494 ; viii. 48; ix. 202, 241, 245, 

248, 490; xv. 308, 308 (n. 4). 
Ernest Louis, D. of Pommernstettin, viii. 

422; xiii. 270, 290-1, 291 (n. 1); xiv. 

484, 484 (w. 4). 
Ernest Ludwig, D. of Pomerania-Wolgast, xv. 

309, 309 (n. 2). 
Ernest, D. of Saxony, i. 351-2 ; ii. 160. 
Ernest, D. of Saxony, Archbishop of Magde- 
burg, xi. 140. 
Ernest, Margrave v. Baden, iv. 316. 
Ernest Frederick, Margrave of Baden-Dur- 

lach, ix. 279, 206, 212, 241, 249-50, 251, 

262, 271, 491 ; x. 126, 127, 127 (n. 3), 128- 

9, 130, 282-3 ; xv. 319. 
Ernest, Margrave of Brandenburu-Kulm- 

baeh, ix. 444, 446, 517; x. 491. 
Ernest Ludwig, Count v. Wolgast, xvi. 510. 
Ernest v. Henneberg, Count, viii. 187. 
Ernest v. Mansfeld, Count, ix. 177, 190; x. 

590. 

See also Mansfeld, Counts of. 
Ernest of Schonberg, vi. 309 (n. 2) ; xv. 232-3. 
'Ernestine Branch of House of Saxony,' vi. 

181, 190 (n. 2), 423, 438 ; vii. 377. 
' Ernestinische Finanzen,' Kuis XV., vi. 65, 

224 (n. 1), 256 (n. 1), 279 (n. 5), 299 (n. 

1), 301 (n. 2), 305 (n. 1), 314 (n. 1). 
'Ernewerte Mandata u. Landtzebotl Herzog 

Maximilians I. v. 13 Man,' 1598, xv. 517 

(». 1). 
Ernfelder, Fr. Jakob, xvi. 435 (n. 2). 
Ernhofer, Sigismund, x. 111-3, 112 (n. 2). 
Ernst : sn- Ernest. 

1 Ernst v. Mengersdorf, Fiirstbischof v. Bam- 
berg,' Metzner, ix. 145 («. 2). 
Ernst v. Mengerstorf, Bp. of Bamberg, xv. 

ion (,i. l ), 800 (n. 2). 



162 



INDEX 



' Ernsthaf te Vennahnung,' x. 598-9, 599 (». 1 ). 
' Erotemata dialectice,' Mclanchthon, xiv. 

129 (». 2). 
Ersch-Gruber, xiv. 3 (re. 1), 304 (re. 1) ; xvi. 

408 (ra. 1). 
' Erschreckliche neue Zeitung,' xii. 384, 

384 (n. 2). 
' Erschrockliche u. wahrh. Gesch.,' Praetorius, 

xii. 338. 
' Erschrockliche Zeit.,' xii. 380, 382, 383 

<n. 1). 
1 Erschrdckl. wahrh. Zeit., roie e. Unholdin 

u. Zauberin,' xvi. 491 (re. 1). 
Ersingen, xvi. 43, 426. 
' Erste Abhandlung,' Grisar, vii. 242 (n. 1). 
'Erste Antrag (Der) Albrechts V. v. Baiern 

a. d. apostol. Stuhl,' vii. 248 (». 2). 
'Erste bayrische Geschichtschreiber (Der) 

Johannes Turmair,' Hartmann, xiii. 468 

(re. 2). 
' Erste Gelehrtenschule (die),' Hautz, viii. 

160 (n. 3). 
' Erste Lutherbebel (die),' Nestle, xiv. 404 

(». 1). 

* Erste Niederlassung (die) der Jesuiten in 

Koln,' Hansen, viii. 243 (re. 5). 

* Ersten deut. Zeit. (die),' E. Weller, xiv. 

528 (re. 3). 
Erstenberger, Imp. Councillor to Duke 

Albert V. of Bavaria, vii. 98 (re. 1), 101 

(». 1, 2), 103 (re. 1), 128 (re. 1), 129 (w. 1), 

364 (re. 3) ; viii. 349 (re. 1), 354, 354 («. 1), 

355 («. 1), 356 (n. 1), 360 (re. 2), 363 (n. 2) ; 

x. 200 ; xiv. 340 ; viii. 76, 77 (». 1), 146, 

362 (re. 1), 364 (n. 1) ; [1586], x. 184-93, 

187 (re. 1), 188 (re. 1, 3), 193 (re. 1, 3), 

194, 201, 202 (n. 1, 2). 
Erstinger, Raisbuch, xi. 127 (re. 2). 
Ertlin, John, Aux. Bp. of Bamberg, xiv. 

452, 460, 460 (w. 1). 
' Exposition of the Bull in Coena Domini,' 

Luther, iii. 241. 
Erythroeus, V., xiii. 115, 115 (re. 1). 
Erzgebirge, ii. 40. 
' Erzherzog Ernst u. d. Gegenreform. i. 

Niederosterr.,' ix. 380 (». 1). 
' Erzherzog Ferdinand II. v. Tirol als 

Schauspieldichter,' H. Kluibenschedl, xii. 

11 (re. 1). 
' Erzherzog Karl u. d. Frage d. Errichtung e. 

Klasterrates,' Loserth, ix. 395 (re. 1). 
' Erzherzogin Maria,' Hurter, ix. 395 (n. 2), 

396 (re. 1). 
' Erzstift Trier,' Marx, xiv. 298 (w. 2). 
' Es geluckt noch wohl,' vii. 396. 
' Es ist ein Ros entsprungen,' Hymn, xi. 

258. 
' Es ist das Heil uns Kommen her,' Hymn, 

xi. 286. 
' Es wolt ein alt Man a. d. Bulschaft gan,' 

i. 247. 
Esbach, Count Valentine v., Councillor to 

Frederic III., vii. 126; xvi. 266 (w. 3), 

311 (n. 2), 319 (n. 1), 320 (re. 2), 322 

(n. 2, 3). 
Esche, Nicholas v., teacher of Peter Canisius, 

viii. 231-2. 
Eschenbruch, v. 480. 
Eschenloer, Peter, Historian of Schleswick, 

i. 292. 
Escher, v. 243 (n. 1), 359 (re. 1). 
Eschwege, i. 174; xiii. 529. 
Eskuche, xiii. 33 (re. 3). 
' Esopus,' Burchard Waldis, xii. 196-7, 

197 (re. 1). 
Essek, Gen., v. 446. 

Essen, i. 171 ; v. 470 ; ix. 313 ; xiv. 143. 
Essex, Earl of, favourite of Queen Elizabeth, 

ix. 89. 



Esslingen, free or imp. city, ii. 129; v. 33 6, 
336 (re. 1); iv. 114, 214, 293-4; v. 39, 
157-8, 341, 342, 343, 404-5, 423-4, 496, 
539 ; vi. 13-4, 30-1, 352, 354 ; vii. 85 ; 
viii. 347 ; xi. 32 ; xiii. 56, 56 (n. 2), 
104-5, 104 (n. 2) ; xiv. 515, 515 (n. 2) ; 
xv. 437, 437 (n. 2) ; xvi. 305-6, 306 (re. 
1,2). 

' Esslingen,' Keim, v. 158 (re. 1). 

Esswurm, Brother John, illuminator, i. 214. 

Estates, Austrian, vii. 165-6 ; x. 517, 529. J 

■ Bavarian, v. 370-1 ; vii. 176-7. 

Bohemian, x. 490, 529. 

Catholic, x. 527; v. 311-2, 313-4; 

viii. 347-9, 356, 391-2 ; ix. 119, 129, 
140, 141, 145-7, 212, 213, 243, 247, 418-9, 
495-7, 497 (n. 1) ; x. 202, 406, 409-10, 449, 
470, 479, 514-5, 525, 611. 

Clerical : see Estates, Ecclesiastical. 

Corresponding, x. 536, 538, 545-7, 

547 (re. 1), 548-50. 

Ecclesiastical, vii. 30 ; viii. 79, 353-4, 

357, 384-5 ; x. 469. 

Franconian Imperial, xv. 514-5, 515 

(n. 1). 

Estates-General, iii. 298; v. 209; viii. 384-5; 
ix. 195, 235 (n. 1), 237, 238, 247. 

House of the, viii. 377. 

Imperial, iv. 33, 34, 35-7, 39-40 ; x. 

580; xv. 5, 5-6, 6 (re. 1), 21, 21 (n. 2); 
x. 55. 
■ Moravian, x. 529. 



Estates-General of Augsburg Confession : see 

Confession, Augsburg. 

' Estates of the Land,' ii. 36-7, 133, 135-6. 

Protestant, viii. 137 ; x. 472, 527 • v. 

365, 493 ; vii. 205, 124-5, 135, 361 ; viii. 78, 
121, 353, 356, 357-8, 359, 385, 389, 391 ; 
ix. 141, 144, 155, 192, 194, 201, 205, 206-7, 
249, 270, 400, 425, 428, 453, 475, 487, 
490, 491, 497 ; x. 162, 170, 171, 178-80, 
199, 403-4, 405-6, 409, 412, 446-7, 491-2, 
493, 519 ; ix. 190-1, 192 ; vii. 205 ; viii. 
148-50 ; ix. 1, 355-6. 

Saxon, vii. 273, 280-1, 282, 286, 286-7. 

291. 

South German, League of, x. 605, 606, 

608, 609. 

Styrian, ix. 391. 

Este, Cardinal v., iii. 156-7. 

' Esther,* perf., xii. 14 (re. 1) ; xiii. 193 (n. 2), 
202, 202 (re. 1). 

* Esther i. deut. u. neulat. drama,' Schwartz, 

xiii. 197 (re. 1). 
Esthonia, iv. 232 ; vii. 115. 
Etampes, Duchess of: see Pisselcu, Anna 

de. 
Etampes, Duchy of, viii. 205. 
Etching inv. by Albert Diirer, i. 223. 
' Eternal God at whose decree,' hymn, Louis 

Senfl, xi. 243. 
1 Ethica ad Nicomachum,' Aristotle lectures 

on, xiii. 283. 

• Ethica Christiana,' Lambert Danaus. xiv. 

195. 
' Ethicae doctrinae elementa,* Mclanchthon, 

xiv. 129 (re. 5). 
' Ethicae doctrinae libri quatuor,' Paul 

Eitzen, xiv. 194, 194 (re. 2). 
Ethiopian Book, i. 74. 
' Ethnica Jesuitarum doctrina,' viii. 287 

(re. 6). 
' Ethnographia mundi,' Olorinus Variscus 

[Sommer], xii. 207 (re. 1, 2), 216 (re. 2); xv. 

229 (re. 4), 416 (re. 3) ; xvi. 104-5, 105 

(re. 1). 
Etlich Gedenkenzeichen u. Wolmeinende 

Warnung ' Jodokus Krautblnth, xi. 230 

(»• 2). 



10.'} 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



■ Etliche Chymische und verborgene Mittel,* 

xii. 287 (n. 1), 288 (». 1), 306 (n. 1, 3), 

309 (n. 1). 
' Etliche hochwich. Ursachen,' x. 34 (n. 2), 

324 (n. 3). 
' Etliche Legationen bei Mainz,' x. 482 (n. 2). 
' Etliche wichtige Ursachen,' xvi. 173 (n. 2). 
Etschland, v. 157. 
Etschlich, Lilian, iv. 330-1. 
Etterlin, Petermann, of Lucerne, historian, 

i. 292. 
' Etudes hist, et relig. du diocese de Bayonne,' 

xvi. 364 (n. 1). 

* Etwas v. Rostocker gelehrten Sachen,' xiii. 

271 (n. 2), 301 (n. 1), 302 (n. 1, 3), 321 

(n. 1). 
Etzrodt, xiii. 447 (n. 4). 
Eubel, Konrad, xiv. 261; ix. 361 (re. 1); 

xii. 186 (n. 3). 
Eucharist, the, vii. 36, 47-8, 69, 76 ; viii. 152, 

156, 186, 269 ; ix. 114. 
Euclid, Clavius's edition, xiii. 478-9, 479 

(re. 1). 
Eugene, Pope, i. 62. 
Eulenburg, Franz, xiii. 266 (re. 1). 
Eulenspiegel, Till, i. 299, 300. 
Euling, K., xii. 230 (n. 1), 257 (re. 2), 264 

(re. 3), 270 (n. 1). 
Eunomians, vii. 178. 
Eunomius, xiv. 336. 

' Eunuchus,' of Terence, xiii. 169 (». 1). 
' Euphorion,' the, xiii. 197 (re. 1). 
'Euphorion,' xi. 369 (n. 2), 381 (n. 1), 389 

(». 1). 

' Euphorion,' Hauffen, xvi. 381, 385 (re. 2), 
389 (re. 1). 

* Euphorion,' v. Sauer, x. 3 (n. 1), 257 (n. 2). 
EurropaSTjXcoo-i?, xii. 353 (re. 1), 371 (n. 2). 

* Euricii Cordi Medici Botanologium,' xiii. 

330 (n. 1). 
' Euripus,' Livian van Brecht, xiii. 191, 191 

(re. 1), 192 (n. 1). 
' Europ. Sittengesch.,' Wachsmuth, xiii. 320 

(n. 1). 
Eusebius, xiii. 155 ; xiv. 367. 
Eutychianers, x. 316. 
Eutychians, x. 266. 
Eutychius, Leonard, Archbp. of Mitylene, 

xiv. 393. 
Eva v. Troth, vi. 248. 
1 Evagatorium,' J. Fabri, iii. 6 (n.). 
Evagrius, xiv. 367. 
' Evangel, Liberty and Truth,' Motto of 

Ulrich v. Hutten, xi. 344. 
' Evangelical Army, The,' iv. 261, 262, 263, 

264-7, 266 (re. 1, 2), 268, 271, 273, 274, 

276, 277, 278, 279, 283, 284-5, 307, 309-11. 
1 Evangelical Brotherhood,' Langensalza, iv. 

299. 
' Evangelical Brotherhood ' : see Christian 

Union. 
Evangelical Estates : see Estates. 
' Evangelical History,' Otmar Nachtigall, i. 

128. 
Evangelical War : see War, Evangelical. 
Evangelicals, viil. 37-8, 170-1. 

* Evangelici Orthodoxi,* x. 226 (re. 2). 

1 Evangelienkomraentar Martin Butzers,' A. 

Lang, xiv. 209 (re. 1). 
' Evangel. Herzpostille,' V. Herbcrger, xiv. 

490, 491. 
' Evangel. Inquisition wahrer und falscher 

Religion,' <;. Bder.viii. 298 (». 2);x. 171-6, 

171 (re. 1), 173 (re. 1), 174 (re. 1). 
' Evangel. Oesterreich," Raupach, v. 162 

(re. 2); vii. 111.") (re. 1); viii. 301 (re. 1); 

xv. 184 (re. 1). 
' Evangel. RUstkammer,' William LlndanuB, 

xiv. 343. 



' Evangel. Wetterhahn (Der),' S. Ernhofer, 

x. 111-3. 
1 Evangel, deut. Messen (Die),' J. Smend, 

xi. 259 (re. 2). 
' Evangel. Kirchenordn. (Die),' A. L. Richter, 

v. 92 (n. 1) ; vi. 523 (re. 1) ; xiii. 35 (re. 1); 

xiv. 204 (re. 1), 205 (n. 3), 96 (re. 2). 
' Evangel. Hafenkas,' A. Forner, x. 238-9, 

239 (re. 1). 
' Evangel. Handbuchl.,' M. Hoe, x. 250, 

250 (re. 4). 
* Evangelistarium,' The, vi. 534 (n. 1). 
' Evangelium M. Luthers,' Geo. Wizel, xiv. 

287. 
Evans, E. P., xvi. 441 (re. 1). 
Evenius, Sigmund, xiv. 533 (re. 1) ; xii. 226, 

226 (re. 1), 374 (re. 5) ; xiii. 66-7, 67 (re. 1), 

320-1, 321 (re. 1) ; xiv. 450, 450 (re. 2), 

532-3, 533 (re. 1) ; xv. 393, 393 (re. 2), 406, 

406 (n. 2). 
' Eveque Ambassadeur (un) au XVI. siecle. 

Jean des Moustiers,' Des Moustiers- 

MSrinville, vi. 442 (re. 3). 
Evers, xiv. 95 (n. 1); xvi. 270 (re. 2), 271 

(n. 1, 2). 
Evers winkel, i. 171. 
' Everyman,' Goedeke, xii. 4 (w. 5), 74 («. 4), 

159 (re. 1). 
Ewert, Master, sculptor, i. 185, 186. 
Ewich, John, medical practitioner, xvi. 

323, 323 (n. 2), 324-6, 326 (n. 2), 381 

(n. 1). 
Ewich, Werner, xvi. 323-4. 
Exacten, viii. 237 (n. 1). 
Exacten, Prov., ix. 347 (n. 3). 
Exacten, Holland, vii. 40 (n. 3) ; xiii. 156 

(n. 5), 245 («. 3). 
' Examen,* xiv. 218. 
1 Examen Chartaceae Luther. Cone.,' xi. 

73 (». 4). 
' Examen Concllii Tridentini,' M. Chemnitz, 

xiv. 183-4, 183 (n. 3). 
' Examen Concordiae,' x. 101 (n. 1). 
' Examen theologicum,' B. Aretius, xiv. 

175 (n. 3). 
' Examen u. Inquisition,' Maximilian Philos 

of Treves, x. 247 (n. 3). 
' Examen u. Inquisition d. Papisten u. 

Jesuiter,' Maximilian Philos v. Trier, x. 30 

(n. 1), 38 (n. 2) ; xi. 276 (n. 2). 
' Exam, of the New Calendar,' M. Mastlin, 

x. 68 (n. 1). 
Excerpts, Janssen, xvi. 406 (n. 2). 
' Excusatio ad Maximilianum Caesarem,' vii. 

253 (n. 1). 
Executions, ix. 228 ; xii. 272, 275 ; xvi. 

209, 210. 
Exegesis, Protestant, xiv. 196-216, 196 

(n. 4, 5), 223. 
' Exegesis,' Joachim Curaus, viii. 185-7. 
1 Exegesis expurgationis sagarum super 

aquam frigidam,* H. Neuwaldt, xvi 

381 (n. 1). 
' Exegesis perspicua controversies,' viii. 185 

("• 4). 
' Exegesis praecipuorum articulorum,' G. 

Sohn, xiv. 178 (n. 1). 
' Exercitationum biblicarum libri quatuor, 

.r. Tamov, xiv. 214. 214 (n. 2). 
' Exercitationes Metaphysicae,' .Martini, xiv. 

130 (n. 1). 
' Exercitia Spiritualia S. Ignatii,' viii. 223 

(«. 2). 
Exeter Cathedral, 1. 168. 
' Exhortationes domestical,' Cantatas, ix. 

296 (n. 2). 
Exorcism, xii. 331-8. 
Exorcists, ix. 160 ; xii. 332, 353. 
Expedition of 1599, ix. 



164 



INDEX 



Expenses, table of, I). Gotthard v. Kurland, 

xv. 227 («. 5). 
' Explanation, An, of the Paternoster,' ix. 

522 («. 1). 
' Explan. of the Ten Commandments,' i. 

12 (n.). 
' Explan. of the Twelve Articles of the 

Creed,' i. 49. 
' Expositio in librum Boetii de Trinitate,' 

Thomas Aquinas, xiv. 116 (». 1). 
' Expositio vera harum imagerium olim 

Nurenbergae ... per Doctorem Theo- 

phrastum Paracelsum,' xi. 65 («. 3). 
' Expurgatio Eckii,' xiv. 319 (n. 1). 
Eyb, Albrccht v., of Bamberg, i. 46-7, 283, 

303. 
Eyb, Gabriel v., Bp. of Eichstadt : see 

Gabriel v. Eyb. 
Eyb, v., family, i. 82. 
Eybenhold, U., polemical writer, x. 18, 18 

(«. 3), 32 (n. 3). 
Eychler, Michel, pastor of Wallenrod, xiv. 

95-7, 97 (». 1). 
Eyck, van, the brothers, i. 199-200 ; xi. 24, 

25 (ft. 1), 100 (u. 1), 156. 
Eyck, Hubert van, i. 199 ; xiii. 344 (». 3). 
Eyck, Jan van, i. 199; xi. 25 (». 1), 160; 

xiii. 344 («. 3). 
Eye, Van, xi. 19 (ft. 1), 69 («. 2), 103 (n. 1), 

166 («. 2), 170 (». 5), 190 (n. 1), 207 (ft. 2). 
Eyering, Eucharius, xii. 203, 203 (n. 2), 204 

(ft. 1), 206 (ft. 1). 
' Eygentl. griindl. u. warh. Beschreib. d. 

h. rom. u. kath. Hafeukas,' Jakob 

Bobhard, x. 240-1, 241 (ft. 1, 3). 
Eymer, M., xiv. 309 (n. 5). 
' Eyn christlich Ermanung,' ii. 82 n. 
' Eyn Predig von dem Teuffel,' Andrew 

Althamer, xvi. 277 (ft. 1). 
Eyntziger, K. L., x. 348 [n. 1). 
Eysenberg, J., x. 250 (n. 1). 
Eysengrein, Martin : see Eisengrein. 

' F. Ninguarda and his Inspectoral Work,' 

Schlecht, ix. 334 (n. 2). 
' Fabeln d. O. Alberus (Die),' W. Kawerau, 

xii. 198 (ft. 2). 
Faber, Basil, rector at Nordhausen, etc., 

xiii. 92, 337. 
Faber, Caspar, xiii. 74, 74 (ft. 2). 
Faber, Jacob, of Stablo, i. 251. 
Faber, John, of Augsburg, Dominican, xiv. 

264. 
Faber, John, Bishop of Vienna, v. 528 («. 1) ; 

xii. 61, 67 (n. 1) ; xiv. 306-9, 306 (ft. 1) ; 

v. 258, 278-9 ; vii. 154 ; xvi. 61 ; xiv. 306, 

307, 308, 309, 309 («. 4) ; xvi. 60-61, 

61 (ft. 1) ; xiv. 367. 
Faber, J. G., ix. 103 (n. 1) ; xiii. 43 («. 1) ; 

xv. 475 (n. 3). 
Faber, Peter, Father, vi. 407, 407 (n. 1, 2) ; 

viii. 215, 220, 221, 221 (n. 2), 228-9, 229 

(». 1), 232, 243 («. 5), 249 ; xvi. 78. 
Faber, Zacharias, x. 322. 
Fabian of Dohna, ix. 213. 
Fables in prose in H. Corner's 'Chronicles,' 

i. 291-2. 

Oriental, i. 303. 

Pope, see Pope Fables. 

' Fables of St. Cyril,' i. 303. 
Fabri Farragines, v. 280 (n. 1). 
Fabri, Felix, of Ulm, ii. 7, 54 ; iii. 6. 
Fabri, John, of Heilbronn (Dominican), vii. 

172; xiv. 262-3, 263 (n. 1), 269, 452, 

501 (n. 1). 
Fabri, P. Gerhard, xi. 275 (n. 2). 
Fabricius, Prot. preacher, v. 457. 
Fabricius, prof, of Hebrew at ' Collegium 

Augusti,' xiii. 272, 272 («. 2). 



Fabricius, Andreas, tutor to D. Ernest of 

Bavaria, vii. 8; x. 216, 216 (n. 3) ; xiii. 

199-200, 200 («. 1); xiv. 340, 341, 341 

(». 1, 2, 3). 
Fabricius, David, astronomer, xii. 302-3. 
Fabricius, Franz, styled Marcodeuranus, 

xiii. 142, 142 («. 2) ; xiv. 134-5. 
Fabricius, George, rector of Prince's school 

at Meissen, xiii. 78-9, 79 (n. 1), 80, 80 

(n. 1), 82, 82 (w. 2), 147, 336, 336 (m. 4), 

341 (n. 1), 503, 504, 504 (». 1) ; xvi. 30. 
Fabricius, James, rector of Danzig, x. 315 ; 

xiii. 506. 
Fabricius, Peter, xiii. 278-9, 279 (». 1). 
Fabricius, W., xiii. 317 («. 2). 
Fabronius, Calvinist Court-preacher to 

Maurice of Hesse, x. 286-7, 287 (n. 1), 

299 (n. 3), 303. 
'Facetiae,' Heinrich Bebel, iii. 36; xiii. 

383 («. 1). 
Facetiae schone u. Kurzweil. Geschwenckh, 

xii. 216 (ft. 2). 
Fachs, Dr., Councillor to Duke Maurice of 

Saxony, vi. 312 (w. 1), 372, 372 (ft. 2). 
Fachs, Chancellor to Elector of Mayence, 

ix. 479 (n. 1). 
Fack [village], xiii. 30 (n. 1). 
' Fahrend schiiler (der) n. d. Tenfelsbanner,' 

Hans Sachs, xii. 307 («. 2). 
Fair at Frankfort, iv. 157. 

Leipzig, vii. 388. 

Faith, Justification, iii. 345-7 ; vii. 151. 
Falckenheimer, W., iv. 306 (ft. 1). 
Falcons, cost of, xv. 214, 214 (». 2). 
Falk, Franz, historian, vii. 318 (n. 1, 2) ; 

viii. 277 (n. 3) ; xii. 67 (n. 1) ; xiii. 30 

(«. 1), 356 (n. 2), 383 (n. 4) ; xiv. 286 

(n. 2), 297 (ft. 2), 309 (n. 5), 341 (n. 3) ; 

vii. 322 (ft. 1) ; xiv. 246 (ft. 1), 258 («. 1), 

286 (n. 2), 345 (n. 1), 430 (n. 1); v. 

113 (m. 2), 116 (n. 1); xiv. 240 («. 2), 

251 (n. 3), 258 (n. 1), 264 (n. 1), 292 

(n. 1), 296 (w. 3) ; xvi. 504 (n. 1) ; xiv. 

401 (n. 3); xiii. 6 (n. 2), 456 (n. 4); xiv. 

60 (n. 1) ; xiii. 491 (n. 1). 
Falk, S., xi. 34 (n. 1), 357 (n. 1). 
Falke, J. von, xv. 302 (ft. 1), 357 (n. 2), 

362 (w. 1, 3); xi. 181 (n. 1), 184 (n. 1), 
185 (w. 3), 187 (n. 1), 193 (n. 1, 2), 194 
(n. 3), 303 (ft. 4) ; xiii. 291 (w. 2), 536 
(n. 1) ; xv. 29 (n. 1), 86 (n. 2), 87 (n. 4), 
92 (n. 5, 7), 114 (n. 1), 194 (n. 2), 197 
(n. 2), 198 (n. 3), 211 (n. 1), 217 (n. 3), 
302 (n. 2), 303 (n. 2) ; xvi. 115 («. 1) ; 
xv. 3 (n. 1, 3), 12 (w. 4), 16 (n. 2), 17 
(n. 2), 28 (n. 1), 34 (n. 1), 84 (n. 3) ; 
xi. 51 (n. 1), 109 (n. 1), 179 (n. 1), 187 
(ft. 1), 191 (ft. 3), 193 (n. 1), 226 (n. 3) ; 
v. 176 (n. 4), 185 (w. 1), 369 (n. 2); ii. 
32 (n). ; xv. 308 (ft. 1), 212 (n. 1), 302 
(n. 3), 303 (n. 1, 2), 308 (n. 1), 503 (n. 1) ; 
viii. 247 (n. 3) ; xv. 6 (n. 1), 14 (n. 3), 
16 (w. 1, 2), 21 (n. 1), 212 (ra. 1) ; xi. 
193 (n. 1), 194 (n. 3). 

Falkenberg, x. 586 (n. 5). 

Falkenhagen, church of, i. 211. 

Falkenstein, v., xvi. 484 (n. 4). 

Falkenstein Mine, xv. 95, 95 (». 3). 

Falkenthal, vii. 165. 

Falkenthurm, the, viii. 325. 

Falkmann, A., ix. 197 (n. 1), 237 (w. 1) ; xiv. 

508 (n. 3) ; xv. 283 (w. 5). 
' Fall of the Angels, The,' Franz Floris, xi. 159. 
Fallersleben, Hoffmann v., xi. 275 (n. 1), 304 

(n. 2), 307 (ft. 2, 3), 528 (ft. 3), 310 (n. 1), 

363 (n. 3); xv. 386 (n. 1); xi. 299 
(ft. 1, 3), 307 (ft. 1), 308 (ft. 2). 

' Falschung (Eine) des Vizekanzlers Wolfgang 
Schranz/ Loserth, ix. 385 («. 1). 



1G5 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



' Falsely so-called Spiritual Estate,' iii. 269-74. 

Famines, xiv. 60-1, 79-80. 

' Famos-Zeitung,' xii. 274. 

Fanaticism, religious, Sax., ix. 162-8 ; 

N. Germ. ix. 169-71. 
Farber, ix. 140 (n. 1). 
Farber, J., i. 251. 

Farel, Wilh., preacher, v. 70 (n. 1), 137, 145, 
173 ; vi. 60, 73 (». 2), 98 (n. 2), 102 (n. 1) ; 
xi. 28. 
Farinelli, xii. 161 (n. 1), 223 (n. 3). 
Farmers, i. 310. 
Farming, i. 326. 
Farms, i. 313 (n.). 
Farnese, Alex., Card., v. 8 (ft. 4) ; vi. 106, 

260, 288-90, 299, 377. 
Farnese, Octavius, vi. 337. 
Farnese, Peter Louis, Duke, vi. 377, 383. 
Farnesina, xi. 80. 
Farragines, Fabri, v. 527-8 (ft. 1). 
' Farrago Confusanearum,' Joachim, xiv. 

186 (n. 3). 
* Fasciculus Temporum,' Werner Rolewinck, 

i. 11 (ft.). 
Fashions : see Dress. 
Fathers of the Church, i. 21 ; Luther's 

contempt for, xiv. 190-1. 
Faulhaber, xii. 300-1. 
Faulmann, xiv. 500 (n. 1), 530 (n. 2). 
Faulteufel (der), viii. 321 (n. 2) ; xv. 420 (». 4). 
Faust, Gerard, xiii. 341 («. 1). 
Faust, magician, xii. 350-67 ; xvi. 281. 
' Faust-Book' of 1587, xii. 358-63; 1589, xii. 
360 ; 1599, xii. 363-5 ; xvi. 281 ; oldest, 
W. Scherer, xii. 360. 
' Faust u. Luther,' E. Schmidt, xii. 358 (ft. 2). 
Faustrecht, vi. 292. 
Fechter, xiii. 105 (n. 2), 100 (n. 1, 2). 
Fehr, xvi. 226 (n. 2), 229 (n. 2). 
' Feier d. Gedachtnisses,' v. Stroinbeck, xv. 

291 (». 1). 
Feige, Joliann, v. 353 ; vi. 118, 139, 146. 
Feldkirchen, iii. 121 ; iv. 356 ; ix. 343 (n. 6). 
Felice, Paul d., xvi. 364 («. 1). 
' Felice Milensio,' Pieper, ix. 472 (n. 3), 

486 (ft. 1). 
Felix, Busla, v. Hattcnstein, viii. 66 (». 1). 
Fellengibel, G., xiv. 114 (». 1). 
Femelius, J., xiv. 272-3. 
Fend, Erasmus, ix. 71 (ft. 1). 
Feodor, Czar, xv. 297. 
Ferber, Archivist, xvi. 449 (ft. 3). 
Ferber, Nich. : see Herbom. 
Ferdinand I. (main references) : 

visited by Hutten, iii. 114. 

Imperial Vice-Regent, iii. 310. 

answer to Pope at Diet Nvremb., 

iii. 326-9. 

tries a compromise w. Sickingen, 

iii. 298. 

letters, iv. 5 0, 236 (n. 3). 

treaty w. Venice, iv. 10. 

letter fr. Clias. V., iv. ] ::. 

Free Cities advocate electa, as ' Roman 

King,' iv. it;. 

qucstn. of abolitn. of viceregcy., iv. 24. 

enmity to Francis i. ol Fiance, iv. 25. 

prevents embassy to Francis, iv. 26. 

■ saves Council of Regency, iv. 27. 

— to Chas. V., iv. 28-9; on Germ. 



affaire, iv. 31 3. 
— permitted to use eccles. moneys agst. 
Turks, iv. 36-7. 

agst. Estates sitting in judgmt. on 



Pope, iv. 42-4. 

union w. Duke ol Bav., etc., iv. 42-4. 
letter to Chas. v.. Iv. 60 6. 

■on Anabaptists ol Wald.sbut, iv. 



FerdinandjI. (main references, continued) : 

■ : Pope, iv. 210. 

territory threatened by Wurterub., 

iv. 225. 

appealed to aid Truchses, iv. 239. 

danger, iv. 241. 

to Pope, iv. 242 (n. 2). 

peasant insurrectn. Tyrol, iv. 335. 

rejects scheme for secularisatu. of 

Church lands, iv. 335-7. 

new code of land regulatn., iv. 337. 

■ change in Impl. Constitn., iv. 337. 

attitude of Tyrolese, iv. 336. 

Bispric. of Brijeen and territry. Teuton 

Knights under tempry. control, iv. 337. 

addressed by insurgts., iv. 341. 

Selzbg. Kitzbubel, etc., seized, iv. 342. 

estimate of killed in Peasants' War, 

iv. 347 (n. 1). 
seventy of his punishments, iv. 350 

(n. 1). 
attacked by Frangipani and Solymau, 

v. 13. 

to Chas. V. on Turkish peril, v. 14. 

adherents in Hungary proelmd. 

traitors, v. 16. 

fight for throne of Hungary, v. 

chosen King of Hungary at 

v. 17. 

claims Boliem. throne, v. 18-9. 

electd. to Bohemian throne, v. 

Zapolya equips army agnst., v. 22. 

complains to Dk. of Bav. on intrigues 

w. Zap., v. 22-3 (ft. 1). 
and right to confer on uniformity in 

relig. teaching, v. 41. 

party to memo, of Mayencc, v. 52. 

to Empr. begging his presnee. in Germ., 

v. 54. 
mandates agst.Baptsts. and Separatsts., 

v. 161. 
■ equips army for subjectn. of Zurich, 



17. 

Pressb. 



20. 



117. 



v. 168. 

— alliance w. eccles. aud secular Prot. 
princes, v. 169. 

— coronatn. as Kg. of Hungary, v. 174. 

— told of advent of Turks and suppters. of 
Zap., v. 175. 

despatch on Brcslau Treaty, v. 181. 

— desires impositns. be sifted, v. 182. 

— ■ forbids measures agst. Minchirtz, v. 185. 
and town delegates, v. 205. 

— protest agst. League, v. 207. 

army defeated at Saros Patak, v. 211. 

Sultan's address to, v. 212. 

audience to Prot. Princes, v. 213. 

— invites Elr. of Sax. to Diet, v. 215. 

notifies protest cannot be incorporated, 

v. 217. 
informs Swiss of Chrn. Cath. League, 

v. 223. 

— threatened, v. 237. 

— in processn. of Corpus Christi, v. 248. 

opposition to his election, v. 305. 

invested by Emperor, v. 322. 

— elected King of Etonians, v. 322-3. 

league W. electors, v. 324. 

Luther's suppt. of Corontu., v. 345. 

fear of Hesse, v. 849-60. 

Cath. Cantons of Switz. ask help, v. 357. 

ignores appeal, v. 358. 

- — urges Empr. to aid Cantons, v. 359. 
increased opposition fr. protcnt. 

Estates, v. 365. 

Solyman's letter to, v. 366. 

asks Empr. to rescue Hungary, v. 367. 

efforts to drive out of Hungary, etc., 

v. 369. 
questions as to clectn., v. 371. 



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INDEX 



Ferdinand I. (main references, continued) : 

Francis I. tries to prevent treaty, v. 374. 

will resign Hungary to Zap. on condi- 
tions, v. 377. 
— tries to win over Eck, v. 38-84. 

■ distress at cessan. of hostilities agnst. 



Turks, v. 391. 
■ recognitn. 



King of Romans in 



dispute, v. 392. 

plot agst., v. 396. 

endeavour settlemnt. w. Zap., v. 397. 

desperate condition of, v. 398. 

intrigues of Bav. Dukes, v. 403. 

for preservtn of Swab. League, v. 404. 

war agst., urged by Hesse, etc., v. 406. 

large army agst., under Hesse, v. 411-2. 

— threatened by Turks and Zap., v. 415. 

resolves to negotiate for peace, v. 418. 

contends over religs. articles in treaty 

of Cadan, v. 420-1. 

— publicly protests agst. Ulr. v. Wiirtemb. 
religos. actions, v. 422. 

— Fes. I. insists on contin. of war agst., 
v. 429. 

— desires retain Hungary, v. 431. 

— recognised King of Romans, v. 431. 

— threatened by Austrns. and Hessians, 
v. 434-5. 

— loses Chisa, v. 446. 

— despair on condns. in Germ., v. 487. 

— letters from Pope, v. 518. 

— hears fr. Brandenb., vi. 21. 
■ Vice-Chancellor, vi. 22-3. 



• summons Cath. Counter - League, vi. 



23-4. 



■ tries to make terms w. Protstnts., vi. 27. 

— rejects terms by confedts. of Smalcald, 
vi. 29. 

— receives copies of intercptd. letters of 
D. of Brunsw., vi. 33. 

■urges Elr. Brandenb. to hasten settle- 



ment w. Prot. Estates, vi. 34. 

— demands of Prot. Estates at Congr. of 
Frankf., vi. 39. 

— assurances of J. of Brandenb., vi. 60. 

— spies at Conferee, of Smalcld., vi. 104. 

— for conferee, and congress, vi. 105-6. 

— for ' peace and reconciln.,' vi. 108. 
• moves assembly at Hagenau be pro- 



rogued, v. 110. 

— disapproves marriage of son, vi. 135. 

— concessions to Hesse, vi. 140. 

— letter fr. Bp. Nausea, vi. 148. 

— J. of Brandenb. remains loyal, vi. 155. 

— part in secret declar. at Ratisbon, vi. 
158. 

— Eck intrigues agst., vi. 160-1. 

— treaty between, and Zap., vi. 162. 

— makes known invasion of Hungary at 
Ratisb., vi. 163. 

— at Diet of Spires, vi. 165. 

— on combined oppostn. to Turks, vi. 166. 

— to stipulate, of Prots., vi. 168-9. 

— pressure by Prots., vi. 170. 

— gradually cedes ground, vi. 171. 

— preparations for war, vi. 173, 174, 176. 

— opens Diet at Nuremb., vi. 174. 

— suspects bad faith, vi. 177. 
• inhibitory instructns. to chiefs 



of 



Smalcld. League, vi. 217. 

— pleads for aid agst. Turks, vi. 222-3. 

— raises army agst. Solym., vi. 234-5. 

— Prot. Princes decline aid, vi. 236. 

— Empr. adjusts boundary disputes, vi. 
250. 

— deputed leader at Worms, vi. 261. 

— to Assembly at Worms, vi. 262-3. 

— concurs w. Chas. V. agst. Prot. leaders, 
vi. 289. 



Ferdinand I. (main references, continued) : 
fears as to treatmt. of, by Prot. Princes, 

vi. 306. 
concludes secret treaty w. Chas. V. and 

Wm. of Bavaria, vi. 307. 

— preparations for war in Bohemia, vi. 



316 (n. 1). 

— agreement w. Dk. of Sax., vi. 345. 

■ — dissatisfd. w. terms to Ul. of Wurtemb., 
vi. 35-53. 

— begs aid for Maurice of Sax., vi. 360. 

— forces defeated at Nochlitz, vi. 360-1. 

— fr. Chas. on terms offered to Hesse, vi. 
371-3. 

— crushes insurrns. in Swabia and 



Bohemia, vi. 375. 

— recommends Pflug and Helding for 
drawing up Church rules, vi. 395-6. 

— included in Empr.'s projected League, 
vi. 409-10. 

— grant voted to, at Diet of Augsburg, 
vi. 411. 

— Chas. fears efforts to tranquillise Germy. 
futile, vi. 420. 

— Elr. M. of Sax. advocates attack, vi. 



444-5. 
— sends 



Ulrich Zasius to Margve. of 



Mecklenb. Culenbach, vi. 459. 

— fr. Ulr. Z. to, vi. 461. 

— Solym. instructs attack, vi. 467-8. 

— unable to suppress intrigues, will 
mediate betw. Empr. and M. of Sax., vi. 
474. 

invites M. of Sax. to interview, vi. 474. 

— accompanies Chas. fr. Innsbruck, vi. 
476-7. 

— notified of Elr.'s willingness to consider 
armistice, vi. 478. 

— subjects ill-used by retreating army of 
League of Princes, vi. 478-9. 

— takes part in Treaty of Passau, vi. 480. 

— presented by Elecr. w. stipulatns. and 
grievances, vi. 480-2. 

— advises acceptance of terms, vi. 484. 

— sends Zas. to League of Princes, vi. 487. 

— to Villach to gain Empr.'s consent to 
Treaty of Passau, vi. 488-9. 
— sends delegates to Princes urging 



acceptce. of peace terms, vi. 490. 

— plots to frustrate Chas.'s plans, vi. 504-5. 

— alarmed at Margr. Alb. of Brandenb. 
Culemb., vi. 509-10. 

— fights beside Electr. M. of Sax., vi. 514. 

— has chief part of Margr. of Brandenb. 's 
territories, vi. 516. 

— urged to hasten Diet at Augsb., vi. 538. 

— full authority at Diet in Empr.'s 
absence, vi. 538-9. 

— address to Diet, vi. 540-3. 
■ message fr. Princes at ' Opposition 



Diet,' vi. 544. 

— dreads Turks and insurrn. in Empire, 
vi. 547. 

— deception by Abp. of Magdeb., vi. 550. 

— memorial address to, by Protstnts. at 
Augsb., vi. 551-4. 

— shows objectns. to ' Eccles. Reserva- 
tion ' are worldly, vi. 554. 

• relinquishes hope of Diet's success, vi. 



reg. ' Eccles. Reservation,' 



555. 

— resolution 
vi. 556-7. 

— Cath. rulers 



to 



have same power as 
Prots. in their domins., vi. 559-60. 

— agrees to some Prot. demands, vi. 561. 

— ' secret declaration ' to Prot., vi. 561 2. 
— summons Diet at Ratisbon, vii. 29. 

attitude towds. Prots., vii. 42, 43, 98, 



101. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Ferdinand I. (main references, continued) : 
object in resisting Prot. Princes, vii. 

101-2. 
receives memorial fr. Prot. Princes, 

vii. 102-4. 
hopeful cone. Conferee, at Worms, vii. 

30. 
remonstrates w. Chris, of Wiirtemb., 

vii. 82-3. 

summoned to Frankfort, vii. 104. 

quarrel w. Pope, vii. 105-6 (n. 1). 

summons Diet at Augsb., vii. 106. 

hears of threatened danger fr. France, 

vii. 106-7. 
requested to write to Ivan the Terrible, 

vii. 114. 

ambassador to Moscow, vii. 115. 

suspected of intention to attack 

Protstnts., vii. 118. 
resolution carried to postpone further 

relig. transaetns., vii. 123. 
firm attitude on ' Eccles. Reservation,' 

vii. 124. 
petition fr. Prot. Princes for removal 

of ' Eccles. Reservn.,' vii. 127-8. 

reply, vii. 128-9. 

petitioner's answer, vii. 129-30. 

address to Eccles. Estates, vii. 185-6. 

friendly w. Pope, vii. 150-97. 

on doctrne. of Justifcatn. by Faith, vii. 

151-2. 
on conditn. of priesthood and of relig. 

services, vii. 156-7. 
on covert revolt of Aust. nobles, vii. 

162. 

— petn. of nether Aust. Estates for 



protectn. of preaching, vii. 165. 

— answer to petn., vii. 165-6. 

— Edict agnst. ' Schismatics,' vii. 166. 

— tries conciliatng. new relignsts., vii. 107. 

— negotns. w. Pope vii. 167-95. 

— letter fr. Dk. Alb. of Bav., vii. 177. 

— Pap. Nunc. fr. Pope, vii. 197. 

— difficulties over Council of Trent, vii. 
198. 

— seeks advice fr. Gienger, vii. 201. 

— hesitatns. on resumg. Counc of Trent, 
vii. 201-5. 

— Prot. Estates fear milit. preparatns. by, 
vii. 207. 

— consents to Counc. of Trent, 

— Declar. of Unity on Augsb. Confessn. fr. 
Princes, vii. 218. 

— message to Prot. Princes, vii. 224-6. 

— admits danger to Germ. Bps., vii. 231-9. 

— fails to persuade Prot. Princes to attend 
Counc, vii. 235. 

— appealed to by Prots., vii. 238. 

— attitude to questn. of ' Chalice,' vii. 242. 

— urges administratn. of Eucharist in 
both kinds, vii. 244. 

— for abolitn. of celibacy of clergy, vii. 
248. 

— Bps. present Memo, to, vii. 251. 

— for reform of Roman Curia and College 
of Cardinals, vii. 253-4. 

— complains of squander of Ch. revenues, 
vii. 258. 

— disapproves articles of reform, vii. 262. 

— rept. of Fr. Ambass. speech, vii. 265. 
urged to oppose decision of Counc, vii. 



lie, i !». 
Card 



Leg. on his backwardness in rc- 

innii di Princes, vii. 27<>. 
asked if he would grant protectn. of 

Relig. Parillcatn., vii. 32S. 
powerless to stem Protism. and relig. 

dissensions, vii. 329. 
— removes Pfaucr, vii. 332. 



Ferdinand I. [main references, continued) : 

questn. of eleetn. of Rom. Kg., vii. 

336-7. 

implores Elr. Pal. to renounce Cal- 
vinism, vii. 341. 

death, vii. 342. 

' Relig. Peace,' vii. 349. 

— demands surrender of Saxe Weim., etc., 



vii. 379. 

— Tausendschon's vision of, vii. 381. 

— ban agst. Grumbach, vii. 384. 

— Counc. of Trent as Eccles. Pari., viii. 
252-3. 

■ urged to suppt. Germ. College in Rome, 



viii. 262. 

grants Prots. 



an ' Ausnahmspatent,' 
viii. 210. 

— desires C. Jagus appointed to Bpric. of 
Trieste, viii. 221. 

— offers Bobadilla home at Court, viii. 222. 

— letter to Ignatius, viii. 248. 

— agrees to Counc. of Trent's decisu., 
viii. 293-4. 

' Supplementary Declaration,' viii. 350, 



353, 354, 357-8, 368. 

— mediator betw. Estates and diff nt. 
religs., ix. 22. 

— and Aix-Ia-Chapelle, ix. 26. 

— verdict on Eccles. Reservatn., ix. 64-5. 

Ital. Archtcts. as fort-builders, xi. 119. 

developmt. of Art under, xi. 120. 

— at a Comedy in Munich, xii. 8. 

— on decline of schools in Lower Aust., 
xiii. 27-8. 

— Reformation Edict, xiii. 28. 

— protests agst. Salzbg. Provincl. Counc, 
xiii. 46-7. 

— appealed to for estabmt. of Cath. Coll. 
in Prague, xiii. 277. 

efforts for reform of Vienna Univ., xiii. 



214-6, 438 (n. 2) 

— plans Jesuit Coll. at Vienna, xiii. 221. 

— library of Innsbr. Jesuits, xiii. 387 
(n. 27). 

— favours Lesner, xiii. 523. 

— Faber's work dedicated to, xiv. 263. 

— appoints Faber Councillor, xiv. 307. 

— Faber's treatise dedictd. to, xiv. 308. 

— appts. Nausea Court-preacher and 
Councillor, xiv. 310. 

— and book-censorsh. in Aust., xiv. 500. 

— decrees death for exportn. of coin fr. 
Silesia, xv. 74 (n. 3). 

— renews edict on work-hours in mines, 
xv. 100. 

— ordnces. for protectn. of peasants, xv. 
180. 

— complaint fr. Bp. of Vienna, xvi. 60-1. 

— inspectn. into conditn. of Cath. Chch. in 
Aust., xvi. 65. 

— tries to remedy dearth of priests, xvi. 
66-7. 

eulogises Wezer's ' De procstigins,' xvi. 



311. 
police ordinances agnst. sorcery, xvi. 

410. 
' Ferdinand d. Erste,' Bucholtz, xiii. 192 

(n. 1 ), 211 (n. 3) ; xv. 1 12 ()i. 1 ), 12* (n. 2). 
' Ferdinand I.,' II inter, ix. 886 (». 1, 2) ; xiii. 

483 (n. 1). 
Ferdinand II., Archduke of Styria, son of 

Archdke. Chas. II., later Kg. of Bohem. 

and Hungary and Enipr. of Holy Bom. 

Empire, ix. 394 (n. 4), 473 (n. 3) ; x. 

129,411,589,618; xiii. 192, 386 ; xiv. 344. 

Main Facte 

in processn. of students of Marian 

Congregatn., ix. 320. 



I US 



INDEX 



Ferdinand II. (main facts, continued) : 

aids building of Francisc. Monastery, ix. 



344. 



394. 



name in register of Univ. of Graz., ix. 



— sent to Jesuit schl. at Ingoldst., ix. 397. 
- — relig. struggles dur. minority, ix. 398. 

— assumes government, ix. 399. 

— Cath. Restoratn. under, ix. 399-414. 

— stern measures agst. Prots., ix. 399, 401, 
403, 410. 

— bitterness caused by, ix. 403-4. 
requests Stobaus to draw up memo, on 



conduct. Cath. restoratn., ix. 401. 

— reply to Prot. Estates, ix. 405-8. 

— sends ' Capital Resolution ' to Estates, 
ix. 405, 409 (re. 2). 

— -accused of plotting agst. Prots., ix. 
432-3. 

— party to secret Treaty at Vienna, ix. 443. 

— false reports concerning, ix. 468-9. 

— chosen representve. by Empr. at Diet 
of Ratisbon, ix. 500. 

— letter to Mother, ix. 483. 
• submits mediatory docmnt. to Diet, ix. 



485. 



— to Mother on attitude of Prot. Estates 
and result if persisted in, ix. 487. 

receives docmnt. by Evangel. Electrs., 



ix. 490-1. 

— tries to detain ambassr., ix. 491-2. 

— Manifesto by Strassb., ix. 494. 

- — counter-declrtn. submitted to by 
Cath. Estates, ix. 495-7. 

— letter to, on quarrel betw. Empr. and 
Archdke. Matthias, ix. 500-1. 

— to Mother on Archdke. Matt. 



and 

' Pressburg ' or Prot. League, ix. 504. 
fears Matt, may try to seduce Prot. 



Estates of Styria, ix. 505-6. 

— Muchitsch dedicates pamphlet on 
Augsb. Confession to, x. 217. 

— denies relig. liberty to subjects, x. 411. 

— plot of Prot. League aganst., x. 445. 
declines to join Cath. League of De- 



fence, x. 472. 

— letter to, on pubc. affairs in Bohem., x. 
495. 

— points agnst. canditre. for Impl. throne, 
x. 506. 

— accnt. of polit. situatn. fr. Empr. 
Matt., x. 550-2. 

— Canditre. for Impl. throne favoured by 
Archdke. of Tyrol and Ecclcs. Electrs., 
x. 615. 

— opposed by Klesl and Empr. Matt., x. 
619-21. 

— Philip of Spain advances counter- 
claims, x. 621. 

— elected Kg. of Bohem., x. 622. 

— election opposed by ' Corresponding 
Princes,' x. 623. 

— gen. acceptance of canditure., x. 624. 
• receives Ambassr. of Dk. of Bav., x. 



625. 



■ on rebellion in Bohem., x. 628-9. 



destructn. of obscene paintings, xi. 

233 (re. 3). 

Governor of Prague, xiii. 191. 

patronage of Graz Univ., xiii. 225. 

— — relig. regulatns. issued by, cause 

Kepler to leave Graz, xiii. 845. 
' Ferdinand II.,' Hurter, x. 154 (re. 2) ; xi. 

204 (re. 1) ; xiii. 46 (re. 4). 
Ferdinand II., Archdk. of Tyrol, viii. 370 

(n. 3) ; ix. 234 (re. 1), 263 (n. 3), 276 (re. 1), 

277, 385 ; xi. 141 (re. 2) ; xii. 161 (re. 2), 

167, 234 (re. 1) ; xiii. 438 ; xv. 260, 450 ; 

xvi. 162, 412. 



Main References 

Ferdinand II., deserts brother, Max., during 

campaign agst. Turks, viii. 98. 
inherits Tyrol and Germ. ' Vorlande ' 

on Ferd.'s death, viii. 294. 
- — — at Diet of Rosenb., ix. 85. 
withdraws fr. Landsb. 



Defensive 
League, ix. 125. 
•rejects Dk. of Lorraine's propstn., ix . 



147. 



instructed to take propty. of Bpric. 
of Strasb., ix. 180. 

— consulted by brother on wisdom of 
concess. granted to Prots., ix. 387. 

— lavish expendre. on building, xi. 135. 

- — munificence towds. Al. Sanchez, xi. 171. 

— letter to Electr. of Brandenb., xi. 171 



48. 



(re. 1). 

— relig. dramas performed before, xii. 11. 
edict for guidce. of schoolmastrs., xiii. 

Ferdinand thalers,' xv. 319. 
— poverty of, xv. 94-5, 316 (re. 1). 

— prots. w. mine-owners and genrs. 
treatment of workmen, xv. 104. 

obtains reductn. of mining hours, xv. 



105. 

— declines expulsion of Jews fr. Tyrol, 
xv. 47. 
• punishes Bartlma. v. Lichtcustein, xv. 



176-8. 

■ cruel hunting laws, xv. 220 (re. 3). 

intercourse w. alchemists, xv. 296-7. 

— — on Electr. Aug. of Saxony, xv. 305 

(><■ 4). 
Ferdinand, King of Naples, ii. 200. 
Ferdinand of Bavaria, brother of Max. of 

Bav., co-adjtr. and Archbp. of Cologne, 

ix. 58 (re. 3). 

on presumptn. of States Genl., ix. 238. 

— — fears for Cath. Estates, etc., ix. 245 

(». 1). 
part in processn. of Marian student 

congregation, ix. 320. 

distrust of Matth., x. 507. 

letter to Max. of Bav., x. 508. 

complains of Klesl, x. 572. 

■ letter to Max., x. 558-9. 

— executor of Imp. orders, x. 564-6. 
• superintends destruction of Muhlheim, 



x. 570. 

— fr. brother Max. to, on Archdk. Max., 
x. 607. 

— request to join priv. allce. betw. Max. 
of Bav. and Bps., x. 609. 

— to brother Max., announcing invasn. by 
Gen. Ghent, x. 609. 

commisns. writ, table fr. Hainhofer, 



xi. 188. 
Ferdinand, Dk. of Alba, advice to Empr., 

vi. 338. 
Ferdinand, Dk. of Bavaria, viii. 382. 
Ferdinand de Medici, Grand Dk. of Tuscany, 

ix. 433. 
Ferdinand, son of Alb. V. of Bav., xv. 327. 

and trial of witches, xvi. 415-6. 

Ferdinand,Valentin, printer and shield-bearer, 

i. 14. 
' Ferdinandeum, the,' Innsbruck, xvi. 411 

(re. 4). 
' Ferdinandeumszeitsch.,* the, xvi. 251 (re. 1). 
Fernstein, plunder of, by ' League of Princes,' 

vi. 479. 
Ferrara, iv. 5 ; vi. 337 ; viii. 109. 

Card, of, ii. 240. 

Duke of, i. 249. 

Ferrier, de, French Ambass. to Council of 

Trent, vii. 263-5. 



169 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Ferte-sous-Jouarre, Calv. Synod, viii. 17. 
' Fest Chronica z. Rivander,' xvi. 171 (re. 1) ; 

x. 60 (re. 1). 
Festmilch V., x. 573-4. 
' Festschrift d. K. K. Zoolsgischboten. 

Gesells.,' xiii. 512 (n. 1). 
' Festschrift d. 65sten. Versammlung deuts. 

Naturf. u. Arzte,' H. Peters, xiv. 47 (re. 1), 

52 (n. 1), 56 (re. 1). 
' Festschrift z. 1100 Jahr. Jubilaiim d. deuts. 

Campo Sarito in Rom.,' x. 180 (n. 3) ; 

xiv. 340 (re. 1). 
' Festschrift z. Feier d. 350 Jahr. Bestehens 

d. Prot. Gymnas. z. Strassb.,' xiii. 110 (re. 1). 
* Festspiel Ein Munchener Jesuitensch. in 

16sn Jahr.,' Fried. Schmidt, xiii. 202 (n. 1). 
' Fett u. Wurstfresser,' Hieronymus Bosch, 

xi. 225-6. 
Feucht, Jacob, Suffragan Bp. of Bamberg, 

xiv. 342-3, 452-3, 458-9, 459 (n. 1), 460 

(re. 1). 
Feuerbach, xi. 81 (re. 1). 
Feuerstein, Simon, xiv. 114 (re. 1). 
Feugere, iii. 8, 16 (re.), 19 (n.), 25 (n.). 
' Feuilleton d. Magdeburgis. Zeitung,' xv. 

291 (re. 1). 
Fever, intermittent, xiv. 57, 80. 
Feyerabend, Chas. Hry., x. 534 (re. 1), 545, 

548-9. 
Feyerabend, M., ' Jahrbiicher v. Ottenbeuren,' 

vii. 78 (n. 1) ; xiii. 154 (re. 1). 
Feyerabend, Sigmund, viii. 321 (re. 2) ; xi. 

174 (re. 2), 178 ; xii. 220-1, 221 (re. 2), 

303 (re. 2), 306 (re. 2), 324-5, 325 (re. 1) ; 

xv. 260-1, 261 (re. 1), 373; xiv. 525, 527 

(n. 3). 
Feyerabend, W. Pallmann, xii. 219 (re. 1). 
Fiala, xiv. 309 (n. 3). 

Fichard, John, xiii. 412 ; i. 120 ; xii. 3 (re. 2). 
Fichet, Win, i. 123. 
Fichtmann, ix. 399. 
Ficinus, Marsilius, of Florence, i. 134. 
Fickart, xiii. 115. 
Ficker, ii. 117 ; xiv. 282 (n. 3), 294 («. 3), 

308 (re. 1, 2), 327 (re. 1), 318 (re. 1). 
Fickler, Johann, x.. 216-7 ; xi. 199 (re. 1), 

233, 250-1, 251 (re. 1); xii. 177 (re. 2), 

193-4, 194 (re. 1), 225 (re. 3). 
' Ficta Juditha,' Mirabilis de Bonacasa, x. 

377 (re. 1) 
Fiddes, iii. 187 (re. 1) ; v. 4 (re. 1). 
Fidicin, xiii. 60 (n. 1) ; xv. 218 (re. 2), 381 

(re. 1) ; xvi. 298 (re. 1, 2), 507 (re. 2). 
Fiedler, Nicholas, xvi. 441 (re. 1). 
Fiedlerin, Anna, xvi. 439-40, 440 (re. 1). 
Fiensburg, ordinances agst. journeymen 

braziers of, xv. 125. 
Figulus, Benedictus, xii. 291 (re. 1), 297 

(re. 1). 
Figulus, Wolfgang, xi. 259 (re. 3). 
Figurate Music, i. 247. 
' Finanz u. sozialpolit. Projekt in d. 16 Jahrh.,' 

Ehrcnb., xv. 405 (re. 3). 
Fincelius, Job, xii. 372 (re. 4), 373 (re. 1, 3, 4), 

238 (re. 1 ), 240, 241 (re. 1 ), 242-3, 248 (re. 3). 
Finck, Hciiirich, i. 245-7 ; xi. 256. 
Finck, Hermann, xi. 252 (n. 3). 
Finck, Solomon, x. 309 1 1. 
Finckenstein, xiv. 1 (re. 1), 78 (n. 2). 
Findling, John, xiv. 260-1, 261 (re. 1). 
Fine New Play of K. Saul and the Shephd. 

David, Holzwart, xii. 22. 
Fines, at close of Peasants' War, iv. 349-51. 
' Fingerzeige,' ileichenspcyer, xi. 187 (re. 3). 
Finistermiintz, vi. 315. 
Fink, theolgL at Coburg, xiv. 171. 
Finke, H., xvi. 243 (re. 2), 245 (re. 1). 
Finner, Johann, vi. 316 (re. 2). 
Fione duties of, i. 328, 332. 



Fioravanti, Leonardo, xii. 285, 286 (n. 1) ; 

xv. 369. 
Fiorillo, xi. 36 (re. 2), 108 (re. 1), 144 (n. 1), 

234 (re. 3). 
' Fire-artists ' : see Alchemists. 
Fireworks, xv. 263-4, 264 (re. 1). 
Firmenich-Richartz, xi. 151 (re. 2). 
' First Hall-cent, of Lat. Bible,' Copinger, 

xiv. 383 (n. 3). 
Fischart, Johann, x. 24 (re. 1), 40, 363 ; xi. 

369 (re. 2), 370 ; xii. 192, 197 ; xvi. 473. 

Main References 
studies under Scheid at Worms, xi. 

369-70. 

lit. achievements and career, xi. 370-1. 

■ mastery of language, xi. 378. 

magistrte. at Forbach, dies in, xi. 389. 

Hist, of Popes, x. 16, 23, 24 (re. 1), 40, 

47, 372 ; xii. 223 (w. 2) ; xiv. 467-8. 

calumnies in, x. 16, 372. 

faithf. of transln., x. 46. 

writes Ermahnuruj an d. Bundpiipster, 

x. 47-8. 

portents reported by, x. 50. 

— — imputatns. agst. Rabe, x. 84. 

— poems ridiculg. Francis of Assisi, x. 



98-9. 
- — Z. Ingelstat dediciert (etc.), x. 99-100. 

— Flohhaz. Weibertratz, x. 100. 

— statements concerning Cath. views on 
marriage, x. 249-50, 250 (re. 1). 

— - attack on Jesuits, x. 325-6. 

— satire on Jesuits, x. 326-8. 
• dog. verses appended by, to Stimmer's 



illustrates, and Luther's Bible, xi. 59, 59 
(n. 1), 177, 177 (re. 1). 
his Gargantua, xi. 108 (n. 3). 

— hymns by, xi. 265-6. 

— puts Athan. Creed into rhyme, xi. 267. 
coarse pasquils by, xi. 330. 

- — appropriates work by Nas, xi. 370-1. 

— lack of relig. aspiratns. and hatred of 
opponents, xi. 371-3. 
■ — misrepresentatns. of Rom. Cath. 



doctrine, xi. 372, 372 (re. 4, 5), 376 (re. 1, 3). 
Prefaces to AUes Pra-ctik Grossni utter, 

xi. 372-3, 373 (re. 1), 377 (n. 3). 
announces discovery of Gorgon's head, 

xi. 373-4. 
anti-Jewish story, Eine gewisse Wunder- 

zeitung, xi. 374-5. 
danger of Bible reading w. out proper 

preparatn., xi. 375-6 ; xiv. 444 (re. 2). 
publishes Appenteuerl. Naupen-Geheuerl. 

GeschichtkleUer, xi. 376 (re. 2), 377 (n. 1, 2), 

379. 

— its obscenity, xi. 378. 

■ persist, persecn. of Cath. Ch., x. 23 ; 



x. 379. 
■ champions persecn. 



379-89. 
■ pubs. 



of witches, xi. 



transln. of Bodin's Daemono- 
mahia, xi. 380-1 ; xvi. 383-4. 
— Flohhatz. Weibertratz, xii. 207 (re. 2). 
■ Geschichts Blitterung, xii. 218 (n. 1 ) ; 



xv. 157 (re. 2), 396 (ft. 4). 

— use of foreign words, xii. 224 (re. 2, 3). 

— criticism of Amadis of Gaul, xii. 226. 

— portentous birth reported by, xii. 233. 

— publisher of alcheml. writings, xii. 295 
(n. 2). 

— agst. astrologers, xii. 303 (re. 1). 

— decision of newspapers, xiv. 532 (n. 4). 

— satirical poem agst. Jews, xv. 48 (re. 3). 

— Pantagruel, xvi. 105. 
• edits new edns. of Malleus Malefic. 



xvi. 385 (re. 2). 
— adds addit. volumes, xvi. 386. 



170 



INDEX 



' Fischart,' E. Schmidt, xi. 370 (». 1), 377 

(». 3). 
' Fischart,' Wackernagel, x. 49 (n. 1) ; xi. 

389 (». 1). 
' Fischart's Dichtungen,' Kurz, x. 60 (n. 2), 

326 (n. 2, 3), 327 (n. 1). 
' Fischart's Werke,' A. Haussen, vi. 377 

(«. 3). 
' Fischartstudien d. Freih. v. Meusebach,' 

Wendler, xv. 264 («. 2). 
Fischbach, Wendel Hipler v., iv. 260. 
Fischer, xv. 73 (n. 4), 74 (n. 4, 6), 86 (w. 3), 

93 (n. 1, 4), 96 (n. 3, 4). 
Fischer, Geschich. d. tentschen Handels, 

viii. 12 («. 1); xv. 3 (w. 2), 6 («. 3), 

12 (n. 3), 16 (n. 2), 23 (w. 4), 25 (w. 1). 
Fischer, Chris., xiii. 117 ; xiv. 228-9 ; xv. 

473 ; xvi. 144. 
Fischer, Fr., Basler Hezenprozesse, xvi. 

264 (n. 2), 305 (». 3), 408 (». 2). 
Fischer, G., vi. 482. 
Fischer, J., ix. 276 (n. 1), 441 (n. 1). 
Fischer, K., xii. 338 (n. 2), 363 (n. 2), 373 

(». 2). 
Fischer, Oswald, xiv. 342. 
Fischer, Richard, xi. 100 (n. 1). 
' Fischerei,' Landau, xv. 220 (n. 1). 
Fischlin, Suppl., vii. 75 (». 1). 
Fischmentzweiler, Artivisus v., xi. 377 (n. 3). 
Fishing, xv. 219. 
Fishmongers, Guild of, ii. 6. 
Fl. B*s viii. 290 (n. 5). 
Flaccius, Matth., champions Lutheranism at 

Univ. of Jena, vi. 415 (n. 3) ; viii. 406. 
advises Dk. of Sax. to issue pamphlets 

refutg. errors of Frankf. Recess, vi. 52. 

scurrilous pampts. agst. Mass, vi. 419. 

new edn. of Holy Doctor Luther's 

Representaln. of Antichrist, vi. 419-20. 

abuse of Melanchthon, vi. 537. 

doctrine of Justiflcatn., vii. 13 ; xiv. 

155-6. 

on differences am. Prots., vii. 2. 

— — opposes Osiander's doctr. of Justifica- 
tion, vii. 13. 

abused by Menius and Major, vii. 20-1. 

opposes teachings of Major, vii. 19. 

strictures on Frankf. Recess, vii. 32. 

views on work at Relig. Conferee, at 

Worms, vi. 33. 

writes to Kg. of Denmark, vii. 39-40, 



44. 

— denounced at Wittenb., vii. 44. 

inveighed agst. by Bugenhagen, etc., 

vii. 44-5. 

accused of theft, vii. 45. 

attacks Pp. of Hesse, vii. 57. 

displeases Dk. of Wurtemb., vii. 75. 

demands Melanchthon's condenintn., 

vii. 143. 
apptd. chief superintdnt. of clergy, vii. 

144. 

strife w. Strigel, vii. 147-8. 

loses prestige at Court, vii. 148. 

- — abuses Briick, vii. 149. 

flees Jena, vii. 275. 

edict agst., vii. 275 (n. 2). 

complaints agst., vii. 180. 

treatise agst. Catechism by Canisius, 

viii. 287-9. 
distress at treatment of Luther's 

memory, viii. 182-3. 

reply to Luther's exhotatn., x. 3. 

Luther's prophecy concerning, x. 4. 

organises Historic. Society, Magdeb., 

x. 7. 

collaborators, x. 7-8. 

teachings regardg. ' Antichrist,' x. 

10-12. 



Flaccius, Matth., revives legend of 6000 

children's heads, x. 34. 

opinion of Jesuits, x. 324. 

libel agst. Canisius, x. 329 (n. 3). 

views on predestination, xiv. 157. 

attack on Melanchthon, xiv. 185-6. 

introduces Prot. Church History w. 

' Magdeb. Centuries,' x. 7 ; xiii. 458 ; xiv. 

189. 

eminence as exegetist, xiv. 210. 

Clavis Scripturce Sacra?, xiv. 210. 

— controversy w. Faber, xiv. 263. 

• accused of preachg. solely agst. opposg. 



sects, xiv. 469. 
■ death at Frankf.-a.-M., viii. 182. 



Flach, Geo., xiv. 325 (n. 2). 
Flacian Controversy, xiv. 156-7. 
Flacianism, viii. 178-9, 416 ; ix. 391 ; xiv. 

196. 
' Flacianismus,' Th. DIstel, xiii. 114 (n. 1), 

167 (n. 1, 2). 
Flacians, vii. 143-50, 167, 178, 273-6, 355, 

387 ; viii. 163, 166-8, 172, 175-6, 177-81, 

379, 381, 385-7, 388, 389, 391, 414 ; ix. 

150, 365 ; x. 101 ; xiv. 157. 
' Flacius Illyricus,* Praeger, viii. 108 (». 1), 

287 (n. 6) ; x. 34 (n. 1). 
' Flacius Illyricus,' Biebter, vii. 275 (n. 1). 
Flade, Bastian, xvi. 514 (n. 3). 
' Flade,' Burr, xvi. 388 (n. 1). 
Flade, Dietrich, xvi. 440-1. 
' Flade-foundtion,' xvi. 441 (». 1). 
Flagellants, xvi. 229. 
' Flagellum haereticorum,' Jacquier, xvi. 

387 (u 2) 
Flanders,' vi.' 4, 341, 409, 444. 

suzerainty of, v. 6. 

suzerainty demanded by Fes. I., v. 446. 

Fes. renounces claim, vi. 259. 

Chas. V. leaves Innsbruck for, vi. 476. 

claimed by Chas. IX. of France, viii. 10. 

wealth, viii. 12. 

Grumbach-Gothen Conspircy., viii. 

29-30. 
for Chas. IX. in projected divn. of 

Netherlands, viii. 33. 

revolution in, viii. 111. 

- — ■ to be given to Fee. in plan for divisn. of 

Netherlands, viii. 116. 
coast of to be attacked by Eng. and Fr. 

soldiers, viii. 126. 
Coligny demands release of Fr. 

prisoners in, viii. 128. 

Huguenots prepared to enter, viii. 130. 

people of, true to Cath. faith, viii. 133. 

peaceful condition of, viii. 144. 

Flanders-Germ. School of Painting, xi. 24-6. 
Flasch, Sebastian, x. 113-7, 149-50 ; xiv. 

340 ; xvi. 172-3, 173 (n. 1). 
Flassan, Hist, de la Diplomatic Francaise, 

v. 5 (n. 2). 
Flathe, xiii. 70 («. 2), 76 (n. 1, 2), 77 (n. 1), 

80 (n. 1, 2, 3,) 81 (». 2), 84 (n. 1), 85 (n. 1). 
Flax Industry at Ulm, i. 339. 
Flebbe, K., xiv. 253 (n. 5). 
Flechrig, E., xi. 167 (w. 1) ; xiii. 406 (n. 1, 2, 

3). 
Fleck Dr., xv. 390. 

Fleckenstein Sibylle v. Treifrau, xii. 221. 
Fleet, Chrn., defeated by Turks, vii. 198. 
Danube, takes islands of St. Margaret, 

vi. 177. 

Turkish takes Tunis, v. 438. 

victory off Decherbe, vii. 198. 

— at Reggio and Nizza, vi. 235. 
■ to advance agst. Naples, vi. 467. 



Fleets, Hanseatic : see Hanseatic fleets. 
Flegler, A., Zur Qesch. d. Possen, xv. 114 
(n. 2). 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Fleimserthal, witch-trial at, xvi. 268 (n. 1). 
Flein, ' Heilbronii Brothers ' at, iv. 269. 
Flemish-Brabant School of Painting, xi. 
25 (n. 2). 

* Flemish Raphael,' the : see Jan Mabusc. 

' Fliegende Blatter,' Seheible, x. 361 (n. 3), 

599 («. 2). 
Flinch, x. 318. 

Flinsbach, Cunemanu, xv. 472. 
Flinsbach, Cuninan, vii. 190 ; viii. 397 (»(. 2). 
Floguet, v. 522. 

* Flohhatz, Weibertratz,' J. Fischart, x. 100 ; 

xii. 207 (n. 2). 
Florebellus, Antonius, v. 11. 
Florence, i. 168, 192 ; ii. 53, 61 ; v. 238 ; 

vi. 337. 
Florence, Dk. of, xii. 199. 
Florentines and Westphalians, i. 71. 
' Florio and Bianceffora,' xii. 218-9. 
Floris, Franz, xi. 142, 158-9, 210. 
Flbrsheim, witch persecutn. in, xvi. 434. 
' Flbrsheim Chronicle,' xiii. 439 (». 3). 
Flbrsheim, Pp. v., Bp. of Spiers, xiii. 439. 
Florus, Nicholas, xiii. 154 ; xv. 422 (n. 2). 
' Flosculi blasphemiarum Jesuiti.,' J. 

Gentillet, x. 365 (n. 1). 
Floss, xiv. 249 (n. 2), 251 (n. 2), 347 (n. 1 ). 
Flotner, Peter, x. 58 (n. 2) ; xi. 130 (n. 1), 

195, 211 (n. 4), 214, 224 (n. 4), 227 (n. 1), 

234 (n. 3). 
Flotner, S. Lange, xi. 45 (n. 2), 46 (n. 2), 

58 (n. 2), 97 (». 1, 2), 130 (n. 1), 138 (n. 3), 

196 (n. 1), 211 (n. 4), 224 (m. 4), 227 (n. 1). 
Flotto, ix. 323 (n. 2), 331 (n. 1), 335 (n. 1), 

373 (n. 5) ; x. 375 (ra. 1). 
' Fluchteufel,' in Theatrum Diabolorum, A. 

Musculus, xvi. 130 (». 3). 
Flugblath, ix. 155 («. 1), 226. 
Fliiger, Kaspar, x. 70-7. 
Flushing, Eng. troops arrive at, viii. 127. 
Eliz. of Eng. recalls ships and troops 

fr., viii. 128. 

to be ceded to Eng., viii. 116. 

Flux : see Miiller, Hans. 

Foligmo, introdn. of printing in, i. 13. 

Folk-songs, i. 25-9, 262 ; xi. 297-302. 

' Folter (Die) d. deutsch. Rechtspflege,' 

xvi. 176 (n. 1). 
Folz, Hans, i. 282. 

* Fondaco,' in Venice, ii. 54-5. 
Fonseca, xiv. 376. 
Fontainebleau, vi. 463 (n. 1). 
Fontana, xiv. 396 (n. 2). 
Fontenus, J., ix. 49. 

' Fontes,' BShmer, ii. 121. 

' Fontes rerum Austr.,' iii. 308 ; v. 150 

(n. 1) : ix. 387 (n. 3). 
Food, animal, i. 339 (n.), 352-3. 

in 15th cent., ii. 70-1 

adulteration, iv. 155, 160-1. 

' For the Defence of Scholastic Theology,' 

iii. 5. 
Forcella. Iscrizioni cli Thoma, xiii. 521 

(n. 1). 
Forchheim, iv. 167-8 ; v. 1-26 ; xii. 385-6. 

assembly of Suabian League, v. 37, 39. 

taken by Margr. of Brandenb.-Culmb., 

vi. 458. 

Policy under Max. I., ii. 189-264. 

Forer, xiv. 376. 

Forest Cantons, vi. 40, 327, 331. 

Forestry, i. 326-7. 

Forests and Woods, xv. 194. 

Fbringer, xiv. 341 (n. 8) ; xv. 207 (n. 1). 

' Forma Concordia,' viii. V.\ (n. 4). 

' Formelbiicher,' xiii. 410. 

' Formicarius,' J. Neder, xvi. 339 (n. 3), 

387 (n. 2). 
' Formschneider,' xi. 56 (n. 1). 



Formula of Concord or ' Torgau Book,' 
Jas. Andrea, viii. 215-438 ; ix. 137, 230 ; 
x. 301, 314 ; xii. 240 ; xiii. 262, 477, 
541 ; xiv. 145, 158-9, 162, 164, 212, 494. 

Main References 

adoption of, viii. 412-3. 

friends and opponents, viii. 406-38. 

— proclamatn. of, at Dresd., viii. 428. 

fails to bring unity to Prot. Cli., viii. 



430-8. 
alliance bet. Cath. and Luther. Estates, 

ix. 1. 

signed by Dk. of Zweibrtichen, ix. 102. 

Lutherans fear its abolitn., ix. 149. 

abuse levied at, ix. 151. 

Pencer's aversion to, ix. 114. 

Electr. of Sax., complaints of, x. 306. 

supporters, xiv. 166. 

struggles over introductn. of, xiv. 167. 

■ — — opposition in Pomerania, xiv. 168 (n. 1 ). 

rejection at Nuremb., xiv. 171. 

attacks upon, xiv. 188-9, 189 (n. 4). 

opposed by Rudf. Hospinian, xiv. 181. 

' Evangelical Counterpart of Council of 

Trent, xvi. 86: see also 'Bergen Book,' 

and ' Torgau Book.' 
Formula of Concord, Wittenb., v. 252, 537- 

44 ; xviii. 137, 155. 
Fornbach, xiii. 153. 
Forner, A. x. 241 (n. 2), 238-9,. 239 (n. 1) ; 

360 (ra. 2); xii. 310 (w. 1), 380 (ra. 1) ; xiv. 

10, 10 (n. 2) 340. 
Forner, Friedrich, ix. 376-7, 376 (n. 1), 

xiv. 343 (n. 2) ; xvi. 396-7, 397 (n. 1). 
Fbrrenbach, xvi. 126. 
Forschheim, Caspar v., xii. 269, 270 (ra. 1). 
' Forschungen,' Karl Miiller, x. 538 (ra. 2), 

552 (ra. 4), 629 (n. 1) ; xi. 132 (ra. 3), 148 

(ra. 4), 312 (n. 3) ; xv. 199 (n. 3), 223 

(«. 2), 255 (ra. 1), 269 (ra. 2), 308 (n. 2). 
' Forschungen,' Reinhardstotner, xi. 284 

(n. 1) ; xii. 162 («. 3), 194 (n. 2), 207 

(ra. 2) ; xiii. 468 (». 2) ; xiv. 241 (n. 3). 
' Forschungen z. Gesch. Bayerns,' x. 237 

(ra. 2), 331 (ra. 1). 
' Forschungen z. bayrischen Gesch.,' Rat- 

zinger, x. 152 (ra. 1) ; xiii. 431 (ra. 1). 
' Forschungen z. deutsch. Gesch.,' E. 

Reimann, vi. 57 ; vii. 106 (ra. 1) ; viii. 

212 (w. 1) ; ix. 297 (n. 1). 
' Forschungen z. Georg Rencz,' Kuuzwelly, 

xi. 138 (n. 3). 
' Forschungen z. Gesch. d. Kopernikanischen 

Systems,' Beckmann, xiii. 482 (n. 8). 
' Forschungen z. kultur u. Literatur Gesch. 

Bayerns,' xiv. 340 (n. 1), 343 (n. 2). 
' Forschungen z. Verfassungs-u. Verwaltungs 

Gesch. d. Stiermark,' ix. 398 («. 3). 
Forst, vii. 330 (n. 1). 

Forst-on-Maifeld, Scbwanenkirche at, i. 173. 
Forstemann, v. 282 (». 2), 293 (n. 1), 305 

(n. 4), 311 (n. 1), 312 (n. 2), 314 («. 2) ; 

xii. 17 (n. 1), 318 (n. 1), 321 (n. 1), 822 

(«. 1); xiii. 60 (n. 1), 121 (n. 1), 286 

(n. 2) ; xvi. 271 (n. 3). 
Forstemins, xiv. 408. 
Forstenheuser, Otto, ix. 246, 420. 
Forster, (Jco., xi. 304-6. 
Fbrster, Ernest, xi. 20 (n. 2), 127 (n. 3), 185 

(n. 2), 187 (n. 1), 189 (n. 1), 214 (». 4) ; 

222 (n. 2), 234 (». 3), 261 (». 1). 
Fbrster, If., ix. is (n. 1). 
Fbrster, John, xiv. 338, 405-6. 
Fortescue, i. 352 (n. 1). 
Fortress-building, xi. 119 (n. 2). 
1 Fortzesetzte Sammlung,' Martin FttBSel, x. 

309 (it. 2). 
Fortune-tellers, xvi. 281 («. 4). 



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INDEX 



Fosse de, vi. 8. 

Fountains, grand, xi. 144-6. 

Four Convents, cases of, x. 527. 

' Four Last Things of a Man,' xi. 217, 220 

(». 1). 
' Four Temperaments, The,' A. Diirer, i. 210. 
Fraas, Gesch. d. Landbauwissenschaft, xiii. 

527 (w. 1). 
' Frage iiber d. Freiheit,' Melanchthon, xiv. 

127 (». 2). 
* Fragstucklein,' J. Lachner, ix. 225-6. 
Frammersbach, iv. 329 (n. 1) ; ix. 420 (w. 1). 
France, vi. 423 ; vii. 369-70 ; viii. 78, 91, 

137 ; ix. 156, 246, 336, 428, 442 ; x. 587, 

589-90 ; xi. 332. 

Main References 

spread of printg. in, L 11. 

decrease of wages in, i. 352 (n. 1) 

increase of power of, ii. 191. 

aggressions of, ii. 192. 

standing army formed in, ii. 193. 

designs on Italn. provinces, ii. 208-14. 

hopes of conquering Alsatia, ii. 225. 

hope of winning Imp. Crown, ii. 227. 

distressing conditn. of, v. 2, 3 ; ix. 235 

n. 1). 

schemes of Hry. of Eng. agst., v. 4. 

■ Granvell attempts to gain aid in war 



agst., vi. 236-7. 

— hostile proceedings of, descr. by 
Chas. V., vi. 247. 

— deputations of, in Germy., vi. 250. 

— fear that Chas. V. rule over Church 
as well as State, vi. 260. 

— Smalc. League hope to enlist and open 
negotns. w. Fes. I., vi. 299. 

— asked for aid by League of Princes, 
vi. 439. 

— intrigues of her kings, vii. 94. 

— Spain and Eng. Peace of Chateau 
Cambusis betw., vii. 107. 

— ■ relig. wars in, vii. 111. 

— bondage of Church in, vii. 261. 

— nobles of, join Grumbach-Gotha 
conspcy., vii. 393. 

— measures to incite Prot. Estates of 



Germy. to rebel, viii. 38. 

— pamphlets fr., viii. 38-9. 

— Imp. territories seized by, viii. 83-5. 

— designs on Netherlands and Emp., 
viii. 114-7. 

— and Eng. conclude treaty, viii. 115. 

— aggrandisemt. to be checked, viii. 117. 

— resumptn. of negotiatins. w., viii. 
133-4. 

— pensions to Germ. Princes fr., viii. 138. 

— old frontiers of, ix. 35. 

— Christn. mility. expedite, agst., ix. 
131-5. 

— position of polit. parties at extinctn. 
of Hse. of Valois, ix. 106-7. 
— ■ treaty of Vervins, ix. 235. 

•alliance w. Eng., etc., agst. Spain, ix. 



243. 

— alliance bet. and States-Gen., ix. 487. 

— influence of, in Germ. Empire, xi. 2-3. 

— iconoclasm in, xi. 37. 

— acceptce. of Gregorian Calendar, x. 54. 

— Calvinists in, x. 207. 

— and Prot. League, x. 417, 423. 

— attitude tow. Jiiliche-Cleves succession, 
x. 427. 

— internal revolutn. in polit. affairs, x. 



466. 

inability to aid Cath. League, x. 518-28. 

transactn. of Palat. w. : see Palat. 

transaction. 
Franche-Comte, vi. 444. 



' Franchise,' Eccles., viii. 360-6, 370-1. 
Francis I., Kg. of France, ii. 56 ; vi. 149, 

236 ; viii. 231 ; xiii. 442, 452. 
— — opposes Holy Rom. Emp., ii. 242. 
renewed intrigues agst. Holy Rom. 

Emp., ii. 258-9. 

takes V. Sickingen into service, ii. 258. 

bribes to secure electn. to Imp. throne, 

ii. 270-5. 
assured of electn. to Imp. throne, ii. 

76-7. 

masses troops on Germ, border, ii. 283 

schemes of, ii. 284 (n. 1). 

protects V. d. Mark, iii. 199. 

hostile attitude tow. Germ., iv. 2-14. 

opens hostilities agst. Chas. V. in 

Spain, iv. 2-3. 

aids V. d. Mark, iv. 3. 

in league w. Venetians, iv. 4. 

attacks Reggio, iv. 5. 

seizes ships at Genoa, iv. 7. 

declines truce, iv. 8. 

tries to foster disunion bet. Eng. and 

Scot., iv. 9. 
secret understanding w. Soderim and 

orders arrest of Pap. Nunc, iv. 9. 

insolent letter to Pope, iv. 9-10. 

defies whole of Eur., iv. 10. 

sends Bonnivet w. army to Italy ; also 

letter to Montmorency, iv. 11. 

letter to Augsb. deleg., iv. 11-2. 

secret intrigues in Germy., iv. 12. 

schemes for new Rom. Empr., iv. 14. 

— suggests electn. of Rom. Kg., iv. 24-5. 
■ suspected of subsidisg. Abp. of Treves, 



etc., iv. 26. 

— intrigues upset, iv. 27. 
— ■ defeat at Pavia, iv. 230- 

— treacherous intentns. of, 

— breaks word, v. 7. 

— alliance w. Solyman, v. 
Appendix Note, ii. 545-6. 

— claim to throne of Bohem., v. 19. 
■promises aid to Dk. Win. of Bav., etc., 



-1. 

v. 6. 

12-3 (n. 



v. 24. 

— aim to displace Chas. V., v. 25-6. 

— promises aid to Ul. of Wurtemb. 



167. 

— proposes war agst. Empr. and Archdk. 
Ferd., v. 171-2. 

— fails to fulfil undertaking to Pp. of 
Hesse, v. 183. 

— diverts Clement's mind fr. peace and 
gives self up to amusements, v. 189 (n. 2). 

— demands too high for Empr., v. 195. 

— intends taking Naples and Lomb., v. 
195. 

— pest, breaks out in army, v. 196. 

- — ■ stirs up nobles agst. Empr., v. 204-5. 
— endeavours to wrest Milan fr. Emp., 



v. 205. 

— tries to negotiate alliance w. Strassb., 
v. 208. 

— signs peace of Cambrai, v. 235. 
probable use of ' Gen. Chrn. Counc.,' 



v. 320 (». 1). 
■invited to join League 



of Smalc, v. 



345. 



fresh appeal fr. Pp. of Hesse, v. 354. 

— promises support to League of Smalc, 
v. 346-7. 

— promises protectn. to Dk. of Wurtemb., 
v. 347. 

— asked to persuade Venice, etc., to join 
League of Smalc, v. 372. 

• tries to prevent treaty bet. Zap. and 



Ferd., v. 374. 
- — tries to arrange alliance bet. Kgs. of 
Eng. and Den., etc., v. 375. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Francis I. expresses opinion that Germ, could 
always be won by money, v. 376 (n. 2). 

fails to bribe Dk. of Sax., fears recon- 

ciliatn. bet. Prots. and Empr., v. 383. 

and Chas. V., recriminatns. bet., v. 

10 (n. 1). 

envoy to Dk. of Bav., v. 399-400. 

stipulatns. made by, v. 401. 

promised by Soly. the return of every- 



thing taken fr. Fr. Crown, v. 402-3. 

— presses for dissolufcn. of Suab. League, 
v. 404-5. 

— concludes treaty w. Pp. of Hesse, v. 407. 

— terms received by, fr. Ul. of Wiirtemb., 
v. 407-8. 

■ hopes war will include attack on Lomb. 



and Austr., v. 408. 

— promises to stand by allies, v. 409. 

— advances huge sums to Hesse, v. 411. 
• sends troops to serve under Hesse, v. 



412. 

— dissatisfied w. Peace of Cadan, v. 429. 

— reproaches Pp. of Hesse, v. 429-30. 

— intrigues w. Bav. to invade Austr. 
domins., v. 433. 

— sends agents into Germ, to stir up 
people agst. Chas. V., v. 435-6. 

— causes troops to be levied in Germy., 
v. 436 (n. 2), 442. 

— sketches plan of war for Soly., v. 
436-7, 437 (n. 1). 

— help promised by Pp. of Hesse, v. 437. 

— concludes truce w. Chaireddin, v. 



438. 



demands Milan, etc., v. 439-40, 440 
(n. 1). 
• declines to sever alliance w. Turks, v. 



440. 

— claims Piedmont and Savoy, v. 442. 

— fresh treaty w. Turks, v. 445. 

— conquers Hesdin, v. 446. 

— objects to convening of Gen. Counc, 
v. 515. 

• puts obstacles in the way of Pap. Leg., 



v. 521. 
• double dealings concerng. 



Counc. 



521-2 (n. 1) 

— invites Melanc. to Court, v. 523. 

— begs Smalc. Confeds. not to consent to 
Gen. Counc, v. 524. 

willingness to join Smalc. League, vi. 

3,7. 

— prepares to invade Sax., vi. 3. 
conquers Sax., vi. 145. 

— denounces Chas. V. as rebel, vi. 4. 

concludes truce w. Chas. V., vi. 5. 

— - attitude tow. Gen. Counc, vi. 7. 

— negotiatns. w. League of Smalc., vi. 
6-8. 

— support promised to Smalc. Confeds., 
vi. 41. 

— and Guelders, vi. 74 («. 1). 

appeals to, for Germ, freedom, vi. 

93-4. 

— Chas. V.'s efforts for reconciliatn. w., 
vi. 133-41. 

declines to renounce claims on Milan, 



etc., 135-6. 
— fresh alliance 



136. 



w. Smalc. League, vi. 



indifference to Pp. of Eesse's bigamy, 
vi. 14() I. 

— dealings w. Smalc. Confeds., vi. 144. 

— accredits tun envoys w. opposite in- 
structns. to Diet of Ratisb., vi. 145. 

— rejoices at defeat of Imp. expeditn., vi. 
i<;i (n. i). 

despatches Etincona to Constantinople 
and Fregono (•> Venice, vi. 17*. 



Francis I. contribs. largely tow. pay of Turk. 

army, vi. 179 (n. 1). 
subsidises Soly. in war agst. Chas. V. 

and Ferd., vi. 234. 

captures towns in Hainault, vi. 235. 

takes Luxemb., vi. 239. 

Henry of Brunsw. charges Germ. 

Princes of conspiracy w., vi. 249. 
■ declines pers. interview w. Paul III., 



vi. 256. 

— makes peace proposals to Chas. V., vi. 
258. 

— signs peace at Crespy, vi. 258-9. 

— plots agst. peace, vi. 259. 

— advances made to, by chiefs of Smalc. 
League, vi. 299. 

■ promises to abide loyally by Treaty of 



Crespy, vi. 300. 
• solicited for aid by Pp. of Hesse, vi. 



318. 

— reported on Prots'. side at Ratisb., vi. 
323-4. 

— advises march on Ratisb., vi. 324. 
proposes alliance w. Smalc. League if 



Dauphin is made Emp., vi. 340. 
— his representatives nego. agreement w. 
chiefs of Smalc. League, vi. 340-1. 
■ tries to organise coalition agst. Emp., 



vi. 342. 
• negotiatns. 



w. Hesse and Sax., vi. 



356-7. 
— — death, vi. 358. 
Francis II., Kg. of France, vii. 110-1 ; 

199-201 ; xv. 3. 
Fes., Dk. of Brunsw.-Liineb., v. 34, 36, 55, 

57, 210, 252, 334, 338, 494 ; vi. 425, 502 ; 

viii. 6, 7, 48 ; ix. 206, 261, 370. 

Main References 

joins Saxo-Hess. League, v. 57. 

— — protest fr. Lutheran town and Princes 

to, v. 210. 

signs Confess, of Augsb. at Diet, v. 252. 

present at Assembly of Smalc. League, 

v. 494. 
Fes. I., of Brunsw.-Liineb., Bp. of Minden, 

v. 55, 338. 
— — joins Smalc League, v. 334. 
Fes., Dk. of Guise, defends Metz, vi. 502 
■ — ■ — defeats Conde, viii. 6. 

hatred of, am. Calvinists, viii. 6. 

assassinated by Pottrot, vii. 7; x. 

370. 
Fes., Otto, Dk. of Liineb., joins alliance of 

Princes, vi. 425. 
Fes. I., Dk. of Lauenb., xv. 308-9. 
Fes. II., Dk. of Sachs. Lauenb., pension fr. 

Spain, viii. 48. 

opposes grant of Turk, subsds., ix. 206. 

joins Electr. Palat. in opposite, to 

Aulic Counc, ix. 261. 

sends ambass. to Friedb., i\. 262. 

sends representatn. to Becond Counc 

Friedb., ix. 271. 
to unite in septe. league at Diei Of 

Ratisb., x. 536. 
Fes., Father, of Schwarz, xiv. 259. 
Francis of Sales, viii. 229. 
Francisc. Friars, Minor, viii. 298 (n. 1). 
Francisc, Order of, chief opponents of I'rots., 

i\. 383-4. 

for revival of Cath. faith, ix. 340-7. 

services to Cath. Ch.,x. 185; xiv. 349. 

satires of Kischart agst., xi. 371. 

in Berlin, sclf-devotn. during plague, 

xiv. 102. 

in Bozen, xiv. 111. 

Sax. persecutn. of, xiv. 252. 

of S. Germ, provinces, xiv. 260. 



ol 



174 



INDEX 



Francisco,' Abt. of Basle, v. 141. 

Franck, Caspar, xiv. 342 («. 2). 

Franck, Gregory, xiv. 179. 

Franck, Sebast., xiii. 462 ; xiv. 155 (n. 2), 
196 (n. 2), 217 (n. 1) ; xv. 482 (n. 4), 
522 (n. 1) ; xvi. 287 (n. 1), 472 (n. 3). 

Main References 

on Church of Anabaps., ix. 116. 

■ on rapid spread of Anabap. teachings, 



v. 154-5. 

— on methods of Rohrbach, iv. 262. 

— his Weltbuch o. Cosmographei, v. 535 
(n. 1) ; xiii. 462-3, 466-8 ; xiv. 485 (n. 3) ; 
xv. 83 (n. 2). 

— on censorship of Press, xiv. 508 (n. 1). 
■ inflce. of teachings on clergy in Palat. , 



viii. 157. 

— list of Popes possessed of every virtue, 
ix. 21. 

— complaints agst. Caesar-papism, ix. 101. 

— on comedy in Hist, of Esther, xii. 8-9. 

— abuse of women, xii. 201. 

— Altes u. neues Mecklenb., xiii. 268 
(n. 2), 278 (n. 4) ; xv. 151 (n. 3, 4), 312 
(n. 1, 4), 521 (n. 3). 

— studies hist, at Heidelb. Cath. Coll., 
xiii. 462. 

— becomes priest, xiii. 462. 
■ Chronika zesfbuch u. Oesch. bibel., xiii. 



462, 465. 

— complaint in circulatn. of false stories, 
xii. 274. 
• lament on decline of honest trade, xv. 



34-5. 

— on blasph. am. evangels., xvi. 129 (w. 1). 

— on distress following Peasants' War, 
xv. 493-9. 

— V. d. ganzen Teutschlands, xiii. 462. 
■ purpose and sources of books, xiii. 



462-3. 

— socialist views, xiii. 463-4, 464 (n. 1). 
- — probity and high ideals, xiii. 464-5. 

— on free will, xiii. 466. 

— grief at relig. dissens. in Germy., xiii. 
466-8. 

— compared w. Sebast., Munster, xiii. 
468 (n. 2). 

Oesch. d. protestant. Theologie, xiv. 149 



(w. 1) 



on difficulty and obscurity of Bible, 
xiv. 442-3. 
■ cause of brevity of life in Germy. in 



Laster d. Trunken., xv. 420. 
• death at Basle, xiii. 462. 



Francke, C, xiv. 416 (n. 1). 

Francke, O., xiii. 166 («. 1), 172 (n. 1), 173 

(n. 1), 188 (n. 2). 
Franckenau, portents birth in, xii. 232. 
' Francofordiense emporium,' Hy. Stephenus, 

xv. 4 (n. 1). 
' Francois I 1 '', et C. Renais.,' Capeflgue, v. 

323 (n.l) ; vi. 4 (n. 2). 
Fcois., d. Noailles, Bp. of Acgs., viii. 3. 
Franconia, i. 347 ; iv. 220 ; vii. 379. 

erectn. of churches in, i. 173-4. 

peasantry of, i. 231. 

peasant proprietors, i. 309. 

peasants' houses, i. 324 ; ii. 129, 251, 

255 ; iv. 128, 171-85, 175-6, 252, 302, 



317-8. 



Main References 



■ leaders sent to address Princes, iv. 



318-9. 

— appeal in vain for help, iv. 319-21. 
- — peasants deserted, iv. 320-1. 

— destructn. of property in, iv. 323. 

— founding a dkdom. discussed, iv. 325. 



Franconia (main references, continued) : 

efforts to arouse fresh revolt in, iv. 356. 

plot to convert Bpric. of Wiirzb. to 

Dkdom. of, v. 36. 

— supply of schools in, v. 98 ; xiii. 31. 
• peasants of, hope suppt. fr. Ul. of 



Wurtemb., v. 166. 
— triumphal march of Chas. V. through, 
vi. 349. 
■ knights and counts of, summoned to 



join League of Princes, vi. 457. 

— impovd. conditn. of, vi. 494. 

— invasion of, planned by Grumbach, 
vii. 393. 

• demand for liberty of conscience 



through Emp. fr., viii. 360. 

— nobles of, and League of Counts, ix. 6. 

— ravages of plague in, xiv. 85. 

— Fcscans. as champs, of Cath. Ch. in, 
xiv. 251. 

— base coin current in, xv. 74. 
■ evil effects pointed out in memo., xv. 



75-6. 

— devastate, in, caused by preservatn. of 
wild game, xv. 204-6. 

— witch trials in, xvi. 421. 
Dk. of, xi. 121. 



Franconia, Lower Archives, xiii. 44 (», 3). 

Frangipani, Chris., v. 13. 

Frangipani, Fes., vi. 163. 

Frangipani, Oct. Pap. Nunc, ix. 58 (n. 1), 

90 (n. 1). 
Frangk, Fabian, xiv. 413 (n. 1). 
Frank, xiv. 165 (n. 2), 167 (n. 6), 170 (n. 2), 

172 (n. 1, 2), 173 (n. 1), 174 («. 1), 179 

(». 1), 186 (n. 1, 2, 4), 187 (w. 2, 4), 181 

(n. 5). 
Frank, Caspar, xvi. 173-4. 
Frank, George, x. 316. 
Frank, G., Oesch. d. Protestant. Theologie, 

xiv. 140 (w. 2). 
Frank, Johan., Father, i. 213. 
Frank, JSrg., v. 433. 
Frank, Melchior, xi. 252. 
Frank, Peter, of Hervelpingen, xvi. 41. 
Franke, vi. 349 (n. 1). 
Frankel, xii. 360 (n. 1); xiv. 2 (n. 1|, 3 

n. 2), 4 (n. 1), 6 (w. 1, 2). 
Frankenberg, i. 174 ; x. 290 ; xv. 212. 
Frankenhausen, iv. 93, 305-7 ; v. 49. 
Frankenstein, Silesia, vi. 211 ; xii. 276 ; xiv. 

83 ; xvi. 164. 
Frankenstein, K., xv. 502 (w. 2). 
Frankenthal, x. 516 (n. 1). 
Frankfort-a.-M., i. 18, 29, 30, 81, 87, 173, 

175-6, 274, 276, 337-8, 340 ; ii. 11-2, 24, 

34, 74, 80, 146-7, 211-2, 228, 248-9, 261, 

283 ; iii. 166. 

Main References 

Counc. of, Max.'s letter to, ii. 228. 

deputies of, to States, ii. 248-9. 

Fr. army stationed near, ii. 283.. 

indignatn. of delegs. at Augsb., ii. 261. 

declines to contrib. to defence agst. 

Turks, iii. 309. 
• letter to Counc. of, fr. Ham. of 



Holzheusen, iii. 312. 

— threatened by Evangel, army, iv. 279. 
- — in power of peasant insurgents, iv. 280. 

— memo, handed to magistrate, iv. 281. 

— Counc. swears to 45 articles, iv. 282. 
— ■ threatened ?)y Evangel, army, iv. 283. 

-threatsjto Counc. fr. TrSves, etc., iv. 



332. 

— sends answer by Counc. and ' Articles,' 
iv. 332-4. 
• declines to unite w. Pp. of Hesse agst. 



Rom. Church, v. 57. 



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Frankfort-a.-M. {main references, continued) : 
delegs. support Empr.'s appeal at Spires, 

v. 70. 
delegs. at Spires temporise w. Pp. of 

Hesse, v. 72. 

disorders in, v. 122. 

plague, ii. 322 ; xiv. 66 (n. 1), 75, 81. 

meeting of Smalc. League, v. 490. 

persecutes, of Rom. Caths., v. 491-3. 

Melander's violent acts, v. 492. 

iconoclastic riots in, v. 492. 

deleg. to Assembly of Smalc. League, 

v. 494. 
magistrates accept Wittenb. Concord, 

v. 539. 

delegs. at Diet of Ratisb., vi. 155-9. 

Town Counc. of, vi. 202, 206. 

meeting of Smalc. League, vi. 242. 

discontent of delegs. of, w. Smalc. 

League, 244-5 (n. 1). 

extortions of Electr. of Sax. fr., vi. 347. 

terror of Charles's reprisals, vi. 350. 

deleg. to Augsb. sends home manifesto 

of opponents, vi. 401. 
bis report on gen. dislike by Caths. of 

Interim Religion, vi. 403. 
despair at burden cast on towns, vi. 

411. 
disturbances over Interim Relig., vi. 

417. 

League of Princes before, vi. 490. 

storming and pillaging of, vi. 490. 

assault repelled, vi. 49-52. 

deleg. to Worms on expenses of Counc. 

of Regency, iii. 169-70. 

delegs. at Spires complaints, vi. 170. 

siege of, threatened by Margr. of 

Brandenb.-Culmb., vi. 495. 

suggested Congress at, vi. 507. 

Counc. on demands of Prots., vii. 499. 

Kg. Ferd. summoned to, vii. 104. 

instructns. by delegs. fr., to Augsb., 

vi. 131. 
Max. II., Kg. of Bohem., elected Kg. 

of Rome at, vii. 339-40. 
delegs. at Augsb. on attitude of Electr. 

Palat. at Diet, vii. 367. 
delegs. foresee misfortunes for Germy., 

vii. 377. 

death of Flacius at, viii. 182. 

delegs. oppose Empr.'s appeal at 

Rattsb., viii. 350. 

refuses to sign Bergen Book, viii. 428. 

declines to support Ct. Palat. in Cologne 

War, ix. 62. 
Town Counc. warned by Cts. Palat., 

ix. 6. 
Town Counc. warned by Rudolf II. of 

possible attacks on, ix. 86. 
■ Conferee, at, on war agst. Spain and 



representats., ix. 



Prot. Union, ix. 241. 

— resolutn. to send army agst. Spain, 
ix. 242. 

— meeting of Princes' 
248. 

— negotiations w. Hesse, ix. 278-84. 

— and interpretatn. of Relig. Peace, ix. 
480-1. 

— attitude at close of Ratisb., ix. 493. 

— desires alteratn. of Strasb. Manifesto, 
ix. 494. 

— disturbance on accnt. of new Gregorian 
Calendar, x. 73-4. 

— Counc. ordered 



to lay embargo on 
Manual of Salvation, x. 168. 

— releases Basse on intercessn. of Landg. 
of Hesse, x. 170. 

— declines join I'rot. League, x. 417. 

— electn. negotiates, at, x. 508-9. 



Frankfort-a.-M. (wain references, continued) : 

invited to join Prot. League, x. 530^-1. 

Imp. ambass. applies for loan fr., x. 

553. 



— decline to advance loan to Empr. Matt., 
x. 553-4. 

— ■ burgher, hand petite, to Empr., x. 572. 
• rising in, agst. Counc. and Patricians, 



x. 572, 574, 582. 
conflict bet. Calvinists and Lutherans, 

x. 573. 
Empr. appealed to, by Electr. of 

Mayence and Landg. of Hesse-Darmst., x. 

574. 
goldsmiths and jewellers in, xi. 182 

(». 2). 
Hans Sachs' sch. of Meistersings. at, 

xi. 317. 

Thom. Miirner preaches in, xi. 332. 

Easter play at, xii. 3. 

fraterty. for representatn. of relig. plays, 

xii. 5. 

Fr. players in, xii. 161-2. 

Hessian players, xii. 164. 

Eng. comedians in, xii. 177. 

Coll. schools at, xiii. 7. 

illiteracy of sch. masters, xiii. 53. 

stipends to sch. rectors, xiii. 126. 

burghers rising, xiii. 458. 

mismanagmnt. of hospitals, xiv. 104. 

Dominican Convent at, xiv. 265. 

suppression of Cath. books in, xiv. 502. 

inspectn. of books on sale by Empr.'s 

orders, xiv. 511. 

Frankfort Messrelationen, xiv. 529. 

as centre of commerce, xv. 4. 

circulate, of base coins, xv. 81-2. 

Counc. rated by Lud. v. Stolberg, xv. 

88. 

regulatn. of alms-giving, xv. 435-6. 

charitable houses, xv. 437. 

decreasing amnt. given to poor, xv. 

460-1. 

poverty owing to Smalc. war, xv. 495. 

torture, xvi. 182. 

executions, xvi. 207. 

witch trials, xvi. 301. 

accounts fr., of witch-burning in 

Mayence, xvi. 433. 
Frankfort Agreement, terms of, vi. 72-8, 

93-4, 102, 107, 110. 

Main References 

debates concerning, vi. 43. 

— dissatisfactn. caused by, vi. 46. 
■ clause rcgardg. new members of 



Smalc. League, vi. 73. 

not ratified by Empr., vi. 107. 

terms of, vi. 410. 

assembly of Cath. League at, x. 526. 

resolutn. agreed to at, x. 526-8. 

ambass. of Cath. Estates not members 

take part in Recess, x. 528. 

assembly of Prots. at, ix. 249, 251. 

fair at, recognised centre of Germ. 

book-trade, ii. 56 ; vi. 41, 157 ; xii. 

218-9, 243 ; xiv. 370, 520. 
robbery of merchants attending, ii. 

259. 
attended by neidelb. professors, 

xiii. 283. 

fair catals. published, xiv. 520-2. 

— congress at, summoned by Smalc. 

League, vi. 34 42, 2i)4, 297 ; ix. 88, 85. 
attack on opponents advised, vi. 

35-6. 



■ Dk. of Liineb. asserts belief in 
peaceful intcntus. of League of Nuremb., 
vi. 36-7. 



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INDEX 



Frankfort Agreement ( main references,caai)i.) : 
immodte. demands of confeds., vi. 

37-8. 

Cath. Estates prepare defence, vi. 41. 

report of Eng. ambass., vi. 298. 

Confeds. twice repudiate Counc. of 

Trent, vi. 300. 

Congress of Knights, viii. 363. 

Diet convoked at, ii. 214. 

— suggestions of Max. I., ii. 210. 
■ bitter complaint of Diet at, and 



declaratn. of Max., ii. 219-20. 

— — Imp. power made over to Kg. Ferd., 
vii. 47. 

— ■ Imp. Diet, deputies at, ix. 141. 

Diet of Cath. League at, x. 600. 

refuses Recess of Diet of Augsb., v. 302. 

— — Recess, viii. 363, 387 ; xiv. 145. 
Book of Refutation, vii. 46-59. 

— ■ — failure in object, vii. 51. 

Dk. of Sax. refutes errors of, in 

pamph. revised by Flacius, vii. 52. 

■ authors of Recess invite Dk. of 



Sax. to conference, vii. 58. 

■Frankfort Chronicle, vi. 35 (n. 1). 



Frankfort-on-the-Oder, i. 94 ; ii. 71 ; vii. 
294-9 ; x. 320 ; xiii. 8 (n. 2), 297-9 ; xiv. 
69, 177-8, 518 ; xv. 86, 420. 

' Frankfurter Archives,' vi. 2 (n. 1), 9 (n. 1, 
2), 11 (n. 1, 2), 17 (n. 1), 167 (». 1), 245 
(n. 1) ; viii. 74 (n. 1), 77 (». 1), 78 (n. 4), 
101 («. 1), 360 (n. 1), 371 (n. 2); ix. 52 
(n. 2), 86 (n. 2) ; xv. 73 (n. 1). 

' Frankfurter Buchhandlem. d.,' Kelchner, 
xiv. 520 (n. 3). 

' Frankf . Biirgerz.,' Kriegk, iv. 279 (n. 2). 

' Frankf. Didas,' x. 74 (w. 1). 

' Frankf. Kaiserschr.,' ix. 186 (n. 4) ; x. 
554 (n. 1). 

' Frankf. Kriminaljustiz,' O. Speyrer, xvi. 
207 (n. 2). 

' Frankf. Mittelgew.,' xv. 495 («. 2, 3). 

' Frankf. Protokoll,' ix. 286 (n. 2). 

'Frankf. Reichstagesak.,' v. 60 (n. 1), 276 
(«. 1) ; vi. 247 (n. 1), 265 (n. 2), 269 («. 1), 
435 (n. 1) ; vii. 106 (n. 3), 107 (n. 3), 109 
(n. 3), 110 (w. 2), 121 (n. 2, 3), 134 (n. 3), 
357 (m. 2) ; viii. 77 («. 1), 78 (n. 1), 84 
(n. 1), 87 (n. 1), 90 («. 2, 3), 367 (n. 1) ; 
ix. 468 (n. 1), 476 (n. 1), 477 (n. 1), 481 
(n. 1), 487 (w. 2), 490 (». 1), 493 (n. 1), 
505 (n. 1) ; x. 535 (n. 1), 537 (». 1), 543 
(n. 1), 544 («. 1), 546 (n. 1) ; xv. 24 (w. 1). 

' Frankf. Reichstagshand.,' viii. 66 (n. 1). 

« Frankf. Wahltag.,' viii. 212 (n. 3) ; x. 510 
(n. 1, 2) ; xiv. 502 (n. 4). 

' Frankf. Zeit.,' xi. 70 (n. 1), 152 (w. 1), 167 
(n. 1), 181 (m. 1) ; xv. 29 («. 1), 156 (n. 1). 

* Frankische Studien,' v. Hofler, iv. 327 
(n. 1) ; v. 37 (n. 2) ; x. 496 (n. 1), 523 
(n. 1), 584 (n. 1). 

Franklin on Kg. Alb. of Hapsb., ii. 121. 

■ Reception, ii. 142, 167 (n. 1). 

' Frankreichs Einfluss,' Suggenheim, v. 523 
(n. 2) ; vi. 359 (n. 1), 422 [n. 1) ; viii. 48 
(n. 2, 8) ; ix. 71 (». 1), 108 («. 1), 114 
(n. 4), 117 (n. 2) ; x. 586 (n. 3). 

Franks of Lower Rhine, ii. 105, 107. 

Frankweiler, xiii. 42, 43 («. 1). 

Frantzen, A., xi. 378 (n. 1). 

Franz, xiv. 188 (n. 1). 

Franz, Dk. of Luneb. : see Fes., Dk. of 
Luneb. 

Franz, Dk. of Pomerania-Stellin, xv. 239. 

' Franz Marcoduranus,' Schmitz, xiii. 141 
(n. 1), 142 (». 2). 

Franz v. Sickingen : see Sickingcn, Franz v. 

Franz v. Waldeck, Bp. of Miinster, threatened 
for loyalty to old faith, v. 55. 



Franz v. Waldeck, victory before Miinster, v. 

483. 

stern rule in recovered town, v. 483-4. 

rejects note of Win. of Bav. at Ratisb., 

vi. 153. 
advocates extensn. of Smalc. League, vi. 

312. 
- — — orgies of, xv. 242-3 ; xvi. 56. 
Franz Wolfgang, xiii. 525 (n. 1) ; xiv. 164 ; 

xvi. 103-4. 
Franzen, Meister, xvi. 484 (n. 2). 
Franzosentrutz, viii. 141 (n. 2). 
' Franzos. Gesch.,' Ranke, ix. 107 («. 1), 196 

(n. 4), 235 (n. 1). 
' Frass d. Juristen,' xv. 400. 
' Fraternal Union,' Bud. v. Budowa, x. 

412-25. 
' Fratrum Roseac,' xii. 291 (n. 1). 
' Frau Wendelgard,' Nicodem. Frischlein, 

xii. 160. 
Frauenalb Convent, x. 249-50. 
Frauenb., Castle of, vii. 379. 

fortress bombarded, iv. 291. 

church of Nordhausen, ix. 170. 

Frauenfeld, ii. 177 ; iv. 218. 

Frauenkirche, Ingolstadt, xi. 163. 

Frauenkirche, Munich, i. 171, 211. 

■ — — Nuremb., xi. 145. 

Frauenstein, terror of plague, xiv. 86. 

Frauenzell, monastery of, vii. 176. 

Fraustadt, A., vi. 291 (n. 5), 349 («. 2), 488 

(n. 4), 574 (n. 3) ; xv. 162 (n. 1, 2, 3), 196 

(n. 1), 338 («. 1). 
Frechen, pottery makers of, xi. 60 (n. 4). 
Freeht, Johann, v. 539. 
Frederic I., Empr. Barbarossa, ii. 166 (n. 2) ; 

ix. 210 ; x. 14-7, 19-20. 
Frederic II. of Hohenstaufen, Empr., ii. 77 

(n. 1), 118. 
Frederic HI., Empr., ii. 126. 

honours Con. Barrmam, i. 249. 

disastrous reign, ii. 126-7. 

long absence fr. kgdom., ii. 148-9. 

discussions on reform at Diet, ii. 157-8 

— weakened Emp. at close of reign, ii. 



167. 



158. 

progress of Roman Code under, ii. 

reformation, iv. 189. 

■ — — ■ crowns Celtes at Nuremb., xiii. 347. 

ordinance re begging in Vienna, xv. 431. 

death, ii. 201. 

Fred, of Austria, joint Empr. of Germy. w. 

Louis of Bav., ii. 121. 
Fred. I., Kg. of Denmark, urged to support 

Prot. Princes agst. Breslau Alliance, v. 171. 

promises help to Prot. Alliance, v. 175. 

treaty w. Landg. Pp. of Hesse, etc., v. 

350. 
promises mility. aid to Pp. of Hesse, 

etc., v. 365. 

• death, v. 474. 

Fred. II., Kg. of Denmark, letter to, fr. 

Electr. A. of Sax., vii. 392 (». 2). 
burns presentatn. copy of Bergen Book, 

viii. 430. 
intimates he will consider Wm. of Hesse 



a scoundrel if he signs Bergen Book, ix. 2. 

— applied to by Jn. Casimir for monetary 
aid, ix. 62. 

— dispatches fr. Hry. of Navarre, ix. 71 
(n. 1). 

— receives representats. fr. Eliz. of Eng., 
ix. 108. 

■ asked to aid cause of Hry. of Navarre, 



ix. 111. 

possible candidate for throne of Holy 



Rom. Emp., ix. 128. 
Fred. III., Abp. of Cologne, ii. 192 (n. 1). 
Fred. II., Electr. Palat., i. 100 ; iv. 24. 



M 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Main References 

Fred. II. prevents continuance of Counc. of 

Regency, iv. 24. 

summons Diet of Bav. princes, v. 39. 

failure of Chas. V. to place him on 

throne of Denmark, v. 485. 
■ proposed embassy to Fes. I., etc., iv. 



Fred. III. (main references, continued) : 
favours closer union am. Augsb. Con- 



26. 

— declines to be present at Congress of 
Smalc. League, vi. 98. 

— Presidt. of Conferee, at Batisb., vi. 



147, 153. 

— offers to mediate bet. Chas. V.^ and 
Prot. Princes, vi. 251. 

— only Electr. present at Diet of Worms, 
vi. 261. 

— favours Sebast. v. Heusenstamm as 



Abp. of Mayence, vi. 294. 

— alliance w. Smalc. League, vi. 297. 

— embraces reformed relig., vi. 298. 

— interview w. Pp. of Hesse, vi. 298. 

— plot to deprive, of Electl. dignity, vi. 
307. 

— advocates extensn. of Smalc. League, 
vi. 312. 

— mediates bet. Chas. V. and Ul. of 
Wiirtemb., vi. 351-2. 

— petitions at Augsb. for ' free and 
Apostolic Counc.,' vi. 384. 

— plot to win over to League of Princes, 
vi. 447. 

— embassy to Electr. Maurice, vi. 473. 

— letter fr. Chas. V., vi. 486 (n. 1). 

— fr. Alb. of Brandenb.-Culmb., vi. 496-7. 

— present at Congress of Heidelb., vi. 507. 

— report on gen. demoralisation of Palat. 
presented to, vi. 525-6. 

— shelters Miirner, xi. 333. 

nine ordinances of, xv. 101 (n. 1). 

■ w. Electrs. attacked by Heidelb. 



students, xiii. 307. 
Fred. III., Electr. Palat., vii. 59-60, 68, 224 
333, 371 ; ii. 214, 215, 304 ; iv. 19 ; viii. 
40, 45, 52, 66, 95, 141 ; ix. 50, 100, 113 
(n. 3), 218 ; x. 87 ; xi. 131 ; xiii. 131 ; 
xiv. 175 ; xvi. 320 («. 2), 381. 

Main References 

develops Zwinglian Calvinistic views, 

vii. 68. 
prohibits slandering, etc., fr. pulpits, 

vii. 69. 
tries to effect reconciliatn. bet. Hesshus 

and Klebitz, vii. 70. 
dismisses preachers who disagree w. 

Melauchthon's articles, vii. 71. 

violent measures agst. Caths., vii. 71-2. 

expels Jews, vii. 72. 

reputed beneficence, vii. 79-80. 

to Cliris. of Wiirtemb., vii. 98. 

■ his intentions re ' Ecclcs. Bcscrvatn.' 

mistrusted, vii. 99-100. 
— lack of interest in gen. Germ, affairs, 

vii. 115. 

to son-in-law, vii. 117-8. 

instructn. todeleg. at Augsb., vii. Iii2 ::. 

insists on removal of 'Ecclcs. Beservul n. ' 

fr. stipulatns. of Augsb. Treaty of Belig. 

Peace, vii. 124-5. 
demands freedom of relig. for people, 

vii. 125-6. 
instigates Prots. to petition Empr. to 

remove ' Eccles. Beservatn.,' vii. 120. 
town delegs. to Diet meet at his hostel, 

vii. 127. 
prepared to take active steps to secure 

to towns the right to interfere w. Cath. 

inhabitants, vii. 131-2. 



fessionists, vii. 150. 
■ promises protectn. 



191. 



to Flinsbach, vii. 



— demands release of Confessionists in 
Treves, vii. 192. 

— to Jn. of Sax., vii. 206. 

— urgent for meeting of Princes, vii. 213. 

— meets Chris, of Wiirtemb., etc., vii. 214. 

— at Naumb. Convention, vii. 216. 

declines to sign quarto edition of Augsb. 

Confession, vii. 218. 
■ position taken up by, re Augsb. Confessn., 



vii. 219. 

— entrusted w. prep. of preface to Confessn. 
of Augsb., vii. 220, 222. 

— induces Princes to accept Melanc.'s 
doctrine, vii. 221. 

— condemnatn. of Pope's authorisatn. to 
Germ. Bps. to administer Eucharist in 
both kinds, vii. 245-6. 

— loss of faith in Augsb. Confessn., vii. 313. 
■ strives to reorganise church of Palat., 



vii. 315. 

— enters into relatns. w. Calvinists and 
Zuj itdia'is, vii. 315. 

— orders destructn. of images, etc., in 
Amb., vii. 315-6. 

— commands Erast. to draw up report on 
Eucharist, vii. 316. 

— commences campaign agst. Caths. in 
Palat., vii. 317-23. 

— complaints brought agst., vii. 322-5. 

— reply to prot. of Electr. Palat. of 
Zweibr., etc., vii. 324. 

— convenes relig. conferee., vii. 325. 

— ■ endeavours to harmonise Heidelb. 

catechism w. Augsb. Confessn., vii. 327. 
opposes candidatre. of Max. II. as Kg. 

of Borne, vii. 338. 

— withdraws oppositn., vii. 339. 
warned of dangers of Calvinism, 



vii. 



340. 



implored by Ferd. and Max. to re- 



nounce Calvinism, vii. 341. 
— presents himself to new Empr. 
Augsb. Confessnist., vii. 342. 
— instructs Empr. in new doctrine, ' 



342-3. 
— actions 



sect ' condemned by 



and 
Princes, vii. 343. 
— threatened by Diet and summoned to 
Augsb., vii. 344. 

- — ■ endeavours to persuade Prot. Princes 
to unite agst. Cath. Church, vii. 345. 

I'rot. Princes demand declaratn. fr., on 



questu. of Sacrament, vii. 352. 

— charges brought agst., vii. 361. 

— edict issued agst., by Max. II., vii. 362. 

— independent attitude to, vii. 362-3. 

— confidence in cause, vii. 364. 

— Princes at Diet report on his relig. 
position, vii. 367-8. 

- — ■ futility of attacks on, vii. 368. 

— decision to exclude fr. ' Belig. Peace,' 
vii. 369. 

— again required to renounce Calvinism, 
vii. 372. 

representatns. to, by Counc. of Electrs. 

of Sax., vii. 373. 

reply, vii. 373-4. 

ultimate victory, vii. 376. 

court at Heidelb. centre of all efforts 

agst. constitutn. of Enip., vii. 401. 

— and first Huguen. War, viii. l 10. 

— knowledge of Huguen. plans for 
massacre of priests, viii. 2. 

— supports Huguens., viii. 3. 



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Fred. III. (main references, continued) : 
reported concerned in plot to assass. 

Dk. of Guise, viii. 7. 
— — plot to depose, viii. 39. 
convenes assembly at Maulbronn, viii. 

39-41. 
— — -urges Max. II. to profess Prot. relig., 

viii. 45. 
relative Count Palat. offers services 

agst., viii. 48-9. 
tries to aid Huguens. agst. Fr. Crown, 

viii. 49. 
looks on self as chosen to convert world 

to Calvinism, viii. 49-50. 

guided by Olevian, etc., viii. 50. 

expedition, force countermanded by 

Max. II., viii. 51. 
■ fr. Win. of Hesse discountciug. aid to 

Huguens., viii. 51-2. 
■ reported by Alb. of Bav. to be preparing 



to attack Fee., viii. 60. 
— supports Prince of Orange w. money 

agst. Fee., viii. 61. 
— ■ tries to enlist aid of Eug. and Elcctr. of 

Sax., viii. 61. 

- — ■ attack on, by Fee., etc., viii. 62. 

■ arranges marriage of son, Jn. Casimir, 



w. daughter of Electa. August, of Sax., 
viii. 65. 
- — ■ declines attend Diet at Spires, viii. 67. 

— attends opening and returns at once to 
Heidelb., viii. 75. 

— prots. agst. payment of war subsidies, 
viii. 100. 

— agent received by Chas. IX. of Fee., 
viii. 119. 

— aims to annex Bpric. of Worms, viii. 
120. 

■ proposes Electrs. shall furnish Chas. 



IX. w. troops in event of war, viii. 121-2. 
— promises support to Prince of Orange, 
viii. 135. 
■considers Schonb.'s proposal of Feb. 



alliance and Fch. electn. to Imp. Crown, 
viii. 139. 

— meditates securing Abp. of Cologne by 
a pension, viii. 140 (n. 1). 

— new scheme for league bet. Eng. Scot., 
etc., viii. 142. 

— tries to interest Electa, of Sax., viii. 



143. 



■ son Chris, equips troops for campaign 
in Netherlds., viii. 144. 
• obtains large enough indemty. for 



fresh expeditn. to Fee., viii. 145. 

— Upper Palat. resists introductn. of 
Calvinism, viii. 148-50. 

— summons Provincial Diet, viii. 150. 
• advice received at prelim, meeting, 



viii. 150-1. 
■ anger at interference of Max. II., viii. 



150. 



— effort to dissuade, fr. forcible intro- 
ductn. of Calvinism, viii. 155-6. 

— complains to Wm. of Hesse of Lutheran 
preachers, viii. 156-7. 

writings of Sibrian, etc., fall into hands 



of, viii. 159. 

seeks advice of Electa. August, of Sax., 



viii. 159. 
■ growing antagon. 



bet. and Electa. 



August., viii. 197-9. 

— distress at Wm. of Orange's repudiatn. 
of wife, viii. 200. 

- — concludes treaty w. Conde, viii. 202. 

— attitude tow. electn. of successor to 
Imp. Crown, viii. 206-7. 

— on son Louis' oppositn. to Calvinism ; 
their points of agreement, viii. 207-8. 



Fred. III. (main reference,*, continued) : 
urges wisdom of founding fresh scbools, 

viii. 338-9. 
urges recognitn. of Kg. Fcrd.'s ' Supple- 

mntry. Declaratn.,' viii. 350-1. 
renewed endeavours to obtain abolitn. 

of Eccles. Reservatn., viii. 350-2. 
points out relig. grievances suffered by 

Prots. in Fulda, etc., viii. 352. 

advocate of Eccles. Franchise, viii. 361. 

offers support to petitn. of Counts for 

Eccles. Franchise, viii. 362. 
petitn. not granted, viii. 370-1. 

— death, viii. 393. 

Lutheran complaints during reign of, 



viii. 395. 
■ organises 



riots and destructu. of 



pictures, etc., in churches, xi. 33. 
■ cruel treatment of J. Casimir's wife, 

ix. 100. 
his habit of appeal to Imp. Chamber, 

ix. 253. 
meanness tow. professors of Heidelb. 

Univ., xiii. 273-4, 274 («. 1, 2, 3). 
report to, of Heidelb. professors, xiii. 

282. 



— banishment of Jews, xv. 56 (u. 3). 

— anxiety re drinking habits of son, xv. 
250-1, 251 (w. 1). 

■ poverty, xv. 316. 



Fred. IV., Electa. Palat., ix. 188, 279, 507 ; 
x. 415, 450-1 ; xv. 248. 

Main References 
marries daughter of Wm. of Orange, 

ix. 188. 

gen. policy, ix. 189. 

enters into league w. Geo. Fred, of 

Anspach and Maurice of Hesse-Cassel, ix. 

198-9. 
at Diet of Ratisb. admits danger 

threatening Germy., ix. 202. 
■ leader of dissent. Prots. at Ratisb., ix. 



206. 

— sends documents to Adk. Matt., ix. 
209-10. 

— persists in resolve not to be bound by 
decisn. of majority in questns. of subsidies 
and relig., ix. 211 (n. 3). 

■ joins in renewed prots. to Rudolf II., 



ix. 212. 

- — utter depravitv and frivolity, ix. 213-7, 
284. 

— an ardent Calvinist, ix. 218. 

— letter fr. Hry. IV. of Fee., ix. 236. 

— - Mendoza's invasn. of Cleves an excuse 
for working gen. revolutn. in Emp., ix. 
239-40. 

— letter concerning ' Papal League,' ix. 
240. 

— leads Conferee, at Frankf.-a.-M., ix. 241. 

— supposed designs on Bohem. throne 
and Imp. Crown, ix. 246. 

• assured by Hy. IV. of Fee. of sympthy. 



w. reformed relig., ix. 248. 

— endeavours to prevent meeting of 
Deputies at Spires, ix. 249. 

— opposes Imp. Chamber over confiscate, 
of four convents, ix. 250-1. 

— endeavours to win Landg. of Hesse- 
Cassel, etc., to views, ix. 251-2. 

■ dissuaded to encourage appntmnt. of 



' Impartial Commit, of Revision,' ix. 252. 

— denies Imp. Chamber the right of de- 
cision in questns. of Church property, ix. 
258. 

— renews efforts agst. Aulic Counc., ix. 260. 

— sends ambass. to Conclave at Friedb. , 
x. 262. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Fred. IV. (main references, continued): 
receives despatch ir. .Marg. of Brandcnb., 

ix. 263. 
warning letter fr. Fred. Win. of Sax., 

ix. 266. 
disregards Rudolf II. 's appeal for aid 

agst. Turks, ix. 270. 
charges Rudolf II. w. scheming to 

make dominion absolute, ix. 270-1. 

■ representative attends Priedb., ix. 271. 

letter fr. Electr. of Brandenb., ix. 272. 

endeavours to prevent Rudolf's consent 

to successn. on Imp. throne, ix. 275. 
Henry IV. of Fee. promises support 

to., ix. 282. 
urged by Landg. of Hesse-Cassel to 

bring Prot. Princes to decision on matters 

concerning Bpric. of Strasb., ix. 282-3. 
strained relatns. bet., and Hry. IV. of 

Fee., ix. 283. 
motives for courting favour w. Rudolf 

II., ix. 284. 

provisions of will, ix. 284. 

adjourmt. of ' Four Convents ' case 

demanded by ambass., ix. 285-8. 

interview w. Adk. Matt., ix. 288. 

charged w. instigatg. attempt on 

Electr. Chris. 's life, ix. 290. 

success of party at Diet, ix. 291. 

letters to Bradenb. and Neub., ix. 430 

(n. 5). 
takes Bocskay under his protectn., ix. 

431. 
draws up address to Rudolf II., ix. 

431-3. 
means employed by, for incensg. Prots. 

agst. Rome, ix. 433-7. 
supports Adk. Max.'s candidate for 

Imp. throne, ix. 441. 

urges Landg. Hesse to induce Hy. IV. 



of Fee. to frust. Adk. Alb.'s aspiratns. to 

Imp. Crown, ix. 441-2. 

— sends ambass. to Paris, ix. 445. 

negotiates w. Fred, of Wurtemb., ix. 



446. 

— at Diet of Ratisb. rejects compromises 
in questn. of ' Four Convents,' ix. 473 
(n. 3). 
■ declares necessity for unity am. Prot. 



Estates, ix. 474-5. 

demands supported by major., ix. 475. 

takes exceptn. to clause proposed by 

Counc. of Princes, ix. 484-5. 
party of, meets unexpected oppositu. 

to plans, ix. 488. 

instructs Ambass. to leave, ix. 489. 

substance of transactns. at Diet of 

Pressb. communicd. to, ix. 504. 
support solicited for revolt agst. Rudolf 

II., ix. 505. 
advises Adk. Matt, to enter alliance w. 

Kg. of Fee., ix. 510. 
■ chosen chief of ' League of Defence,' 

ix. 518. 

and Geo. Eder's book, x. 180. 

aids Budowec to summon meet, of 

Prot. Estates of Bohem., x. 413. 
sends Councilr. w. Prince Chris, of 

Anhalt, x. 421. 

claims portion of Jiiliehland, x. 44.S. 

despatches ambass. to Venice, x. 44:'.. 

applied to, by TschernembI, .\. -in;. 

assured by Prot, Electa, of Austr. of 

loyalty to ' pure evangel,' x. 447. 
to be appointed teinpy. co-ruler over 

Emp., x. 453. 

preparatns. for war, x. 454. 

determines to continue war in spite of 

Hy. of Fee. '8 death, x. 458. 



Fred. IV. (intuit references, continued) : 

— — alarmed at ravages of Marg. of Ansbach, 

x. 461. 
receives appeal fr. Electr. Cliris. of 

Sax., etc., x. 462. 
communics. w. Dk. of Wurtemb. on 

use of army after fall of Jiilich, x. 465. 

sudden death, x. 466. 

issues orders for estabmnt. of schools 

in Heidelb., xiii. 41 (n. 2). 
receives report fr. Amberg, xiii. 41-2, 

42 (w. 1). 
report presented to, on conditn. of 

Heidelb. Univ., xiii. 274 (n. 4). 
abolishes professhp. of Canon law at 

Heidelb. Univ., xiii. 416 (n. 7). 
heartlessness of, during plague, xiv. 

99 (n. 3). 
debts and spendthrift habits, xv. 316 

(71. 3). 

court establmnt., xv. 226. 

patron of Temperance Order, xv. 248-9, 

249 (n. 1). 
payment for a monkey, xv. 269-70, 

270 (n. 1). 

gambling losses, xv. 280 («. 3). 

robbed by Jn. Midler, 

Fred. V., Electr. Palat., x. 552, 617, 627. 

Main References 
complains to Electr. of Mayence, x. 

200-1. 
applied to for aid by Matt, on invasn. 

of Bohem., x. 493-4. 
marriage w. daughter of Jas. I. of 

Eng., x. 516. 
— — present at Diet of Prot. League at 

Niiremb., x. 589. 
use made of Adk. Max. 's ' Memo ' by, 

as warning agst. House of Hapsb., x. 

619-20. 
• severe blow in electn. of Adk. Ferd. 



of Styria to throne of Bohem., x. 622-3. 
to Sedan to interview Dk. of Bouillon, 

x. 623. 

■ sends ambass. to Nancy, x. 263. 

goes to Munich, x. 625. 

futility of efforts there, x. 626. 

urges on Prot. Allies necessity for 

adherence to measures passed by Union, 

x. 628. 
wedding journey, expenses of, xv. 

300-1, 301 (n. 1). 

ruinous expenditure, xv. 316 (n. 4). 

Fred. III., Electr. of Sax., ii. 214, 281 (n. 1), 

304 ; xiii. 450. 
work by, tow. consolidate of Germ. 

language, i. 305. 

and Max. I., ii. 269. 

invulnerability to bribes, ii. 275-6. 

votes given to, for Imp. Crown, ii. 

284-5. 
steady refusal to be candidate for 

Imp. Crown, ii. 285. 
— — -appoints Martin Luther professor of 

Philosophy, iii. 87. 
fears effect of Luther's teaching, iii. 

88-9. 
absence fr. coronatn. of Chas. V., iii. 

157. 
demand of Pap. Leg. to, to burn 

Lutheran books, iii. 172. 
seeks advice of Erasmus, iii. 172-3. 

— intercedes lor Luther, iii. 17-1. 

Instructed by Chas. V. to bring Lather 



to Worms, iii. 171 >. 

— disputes w. Joachim of Bradenb. at 
Worms, iii. 179. 

— urged to restrain Luther, iii. 182-3. 



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INDEX 



Fred. III. withdraws fr. Diet of Worms, iii. 

196. 

reproached by Luther, iii. 234. 

eulogised for attitude tow. relig., iii. 

235. 
receives complaints on conduct of 

monks, iii. 253-4. 

appealed to by Melanc, iii. 256. 

appealed t/> by Dk. of Sax. agst. pro- 
ceedings at Wittenb., iii. 258-60. 
testimy. to gen. state of bewildmnt., 

iii. 261. 

consults Melanchthon, iii. 263. 

writes to Spolatin, iii. 300. 

letters fr. Luther to, iii. 266-8. 

consistent attitude tow. Luther, iii. 

319. 

■ acts in defiance of Imp. decree, iii. 330. 

Luther disregds. commands at 

Wittenb., iii. 335-6. 

appealed to by Miinzer, iv. 92-3. 

implored to take measures agst. 

Miinzer, iv. 94. 
letter to, fr. Mintian, iv. 297-8. 

— attitude tow. ' New Gospel,' v. 29. 
■ desire for hist, of Electrl. lands, xiii. 



439. 



of 



desires to appoint Ramus prof 

Ethics, xiv. 135. 
remonstrated w. by Univ., xiv. 135 

(«. 2). 

and Germ, language, xiv. 411. 

retinue at Diet of Spires, xv. 299. 

sepulchre at Wittenb., xi. 140. 

Fred., Dk. of Brunsw.-Luneb., ii. 134. 
Fred., Dk. of Holstoin, ii. 267. 
Fred. II., Dk. of Liegnitz and Brieg, v. 105-6. 
raises Goldb. sch. to rank of royal sch., 

xiii. 69. 
Fred. III., Dk. of Liegnitz, v. 112, 494 ; xvi. 

5 (n. 1), 147 {n. 2). 
most profligate prince at Augsb., vi. 

391-2,392 (n. 1). 
kept pris. in castle by son, vi. 39 ; xv. 

244 (m. 1). 
Fred. IV., Dk. of Liegnitz, pronounces 

sentence on Krenzheim, ix. 170-1 ; xv. 

244. 
takes Schweinschen into service, xv. 

247. 

to Holstein for marriage, xv. 247 

■ second marriage to Maria Sid. of 

Teschen, xv. 257 (n. 2), 258. 

third marriage, xv. 258. 

Fred., Dk. of Sachs. -Lauenb., ix. 46, 47, 48, 

52. 
Fred., Dk. of Sax., xiv. 156 ; xv. 160, 237. 
Fred., Dk. of Schles.-Holst., x. 276 (n. 1) ; 

xvi. 193. 
Fred. I., Dk. of Wurtemb., xi. 134, 202, 279 ; 

xii. 138 (n. 1). 

Main References 
declines to discuss relig. questns. at 

Eatisb., ix. 192. 
ambassads. take no part in special 

meetings at Diet, ix. 207. 
instructs ambassads. to side w. ad- 
herents of Augsb. Confess., ix. 207. 
letter to, fr. Henry IV. of Fee., ix. 236 

(n. 4). 
joins Electr. Palat. in opposing Aulic 

Counc, ix. 261. 

estimate of Fch. character, ix. 283. 

receives pamph. fr. Electr. Palat., ix. 

433-4. 

joins Prot. League, ix. 444. 

receives money due fr. Hy. IV. of Fee., 

ix. 445-6. 



Fred. I. (main references, continued) : 

negotiates w. Electr. Palat. re League, 

ix. 446. 

sends ambass. to Nordlinger, ix. 455. 

impresses on Electr. of Sax. his duty 

tow. Evangel, party, ix. 478. 
endeavours to rival courts of Paris and 

London, xi. 134. 
receives Order of Garter fr. Jas. I. of 



Eng., xi. 134 ; xv. 258. 

— prepares banquet to celebrate event, xi. 
134; xv. 258-9, 259 (n. 1). 

— censorship of press, xiv. 505 (n. 3). 

— edict agst. squibs, etc., xiv. 512 (n. 1). 

— petitioned for expulsn. of Jews, xv. 49 
(n. 1), 56 (n. 1). 

- — on extirpatn. of wild game and hunting, 
xv. 208 (n. 1). 

— belief in art of gold-making, xv. 292-5. 

— punishment of Honauer, xv. 293 (n. 1). 

— estabs. alchemists in Gross-Sachsen., 
xv. 294-5, 295 (n. 1). 

■ display of fireworks arranged by, xv. 



263 (n. 4). 
procession inaugurated by, xv. 266 

(M. 1). 

jewels, xv. 274 (w. 2). 

splendour of entry into Katisb., xv. 300 

(n. 3). 

extravagances, xv. 322-4. 

obliges Estates to pay his debts, xv. 

324 (w. 2, 3). 

death and burial, ix. 513 (n. 2). 

Fred., Bp. of Wurzb., xiii. 230. 

Grumbach's attack on, vii. 381. 

ratifies compact with Grumbach, vii. 

384. 
attack on, planned by Grumb.-Gotha 

conspirators, vii. 392 (n. 2), 393 (n. 1). 
Fred., son of Electr. Jn. of Sax., joins Smalc. 

League, v. 334. 
Fred., son of Marg. Geo. of Brandenb.- 

Culmb., his eccles. deputatns., v. 283 

(». 1). 
Fred., son of Electr. Palat. Louis, ix. 93, 95. 
Fred. III., v. Brandenb., Adininistr. of 

Halberstadt, xi. 143-4. 
Fred. v. Mompelgard, Count, xiii. 530. 
Fred. IV., Count v. Wied, Abp. of Cologne, 

vii. 244, 251-2, 400. 
Fred. v. Wied, Bp. of Munster, xvi. 56. 
Fred. v. Zollern, Canon of Strasb. and Bp. 

of Augsb., i. 128. 
Fred. I., Count Palat., i. 100 ; ii. 184 ; iii. 

275, 291, 308, 318. 
Fred., Count Palat. of Zweibrueken, vii. 47. 
Fred. Maurice, Prince of Anhalt, xiv. 484 

(w. 2). 
Fred. Ul., Dk. of Brunsw.-Luneb., x. 19, 536. 
Fred. UI., Dk. of Brunsw., xiv. 233 ; xv. 

89, 99, 240, 315, 488. 

Main References 
■ succeeds father, and town of Brunsw. 



refuses homage, x. 576. 
• calls in vain for aid to other princes, x. 



577. 



■ arrival of Dutch troops compels him to 
raise siege, x. 578. 

■ intemperance of, xv. 240 (w. 2), 315. 



Fred. Wm., Dk. of Altenb., ix. 157, 260, 476. 

! Main References 

enmity tow. Calvinism, ix. 157-8. 

• informed of Steinbach's escape fr. 



prison, ix. 159-60. 
— ■ sermons dedicated to, ix. 161 (n. 1). 
— edicts agst. preachers who attack 

Calvinists, ix. 167. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Fred. Wm. (main references, continued) : 

high character of, ix. 171. 

opposition to policy of Palat. Electorate, 

ix. 171. 
delight at summoning of Imp. Diet at 

Ratisb., ix. 188, 192. 

— letter to Electr. of Mayence, ix. 195. 
• declines to join Prot. League agst. 



Spain, ix. 199. 

— patriotism and instructns. to ambass. 
at Ratisb., ix. 201. 

— fears having to resort to force in 
defence of constitutn. of realm, ix. 212. 

— complaints of Croll laid before, ix. 226. 

— declines to take part in conferee, at 
Frankf., ix. 241. 

■ letter to Electr. of Brandenb. on, ix. 



241-2. 

recommends proceedings agst. Holland 

and Spain, ix. 242. 
locus standi not recognised by Empr., 

ix. 249. 
declines to adopt opinions of Electr. 

Palat., ix. 252. 
sends ambass. to Conclave at Priedb., 

ix. 262. 
warning to Electr. Palat. on effect of 

meeting at Spires, ix. 266. 
responds to Empr.'s appeal for aid 

agst. Turks, ix. 269-70. 
Fred. Wm., Dk. of Saxe-Weimar, xv. 200 

(n. 2), 213, 223 (n. 2), 253-4 (n. 1), 419 

(n. 2), 520. 
Fred. v. Lbwenstein, Count, iv. 263. 
Frederus, xiii. 271 (n. 2). 
his v. d. redden Gebrauch, xv. 481 (n. 

4,5). 
Fredewart, H. Engelprecht Morewinder v., 

xi. 377 (n. 3). 
Free Chrn. Counc, questn. of, v. 530. 
■ to be convoked by Luther, v. 

531-2. 



532. 



Electr. of Sax.'s proposals re, v. 

■ original objectns. of Sax. theo- 
logians to, v. 533-4. 

Free Cities : see Cities, Free Imp. 

Free farmers, i. 131. 

Free Will doctrine, viii. 56. 

controversy bet. Flaccius and 

Strigel concerning, vii. 147. 

Freebooters, Feb., viii. 126. 

Freedom, Chrn. principles of, iv. 111. 

Freedom of Religs., Andreas Erstenberger 
on, x. 186-93. 

Freehold property, i. 310. 

Fregono, Caesar, vi. 178-9. 

Freher, Marqnard, xiii. 422 ; xiv. 524. 

Freher, Paul, ix. 294. 

' Frei Peter,' x. 314 (n. 2). 

Freiberg, in Meissen, Saxony, i. 277 ; ii. 39, 
42 (n. 1) ; vi. 50, 52, 360 ; xi. 141, 211 ; 
xii. 237, 268 ; xiii. 6 (n. 1), 491 (n. 1). 

Freiburg, in Breisgau, iv. 139, 224 ; x. 130, 
453 ; xi. 352 ; xiv. 263. 

Main References 

Festival of Bakers, ii. 27. 

sumptuary laws, ii. 33. 

Sovereign Court at, ii. 146. 

introduction of Roman law, ii. 169-70. 

letter fr. town counc. of, to Waldshut, 

iv. 117. 

arrangemts. of Bundschuh in, iv. 139-40. 

conspiracy discovered, iv. 140. 

complaints of town counc. concerng. 

insurgent peasants, Iv. 184. 
accnt. by town counc. of plunder of 

Carthusn. Monastery, iv. 218. 



Freiburg (main references, continued) : 

peasant designs upon, iv. 244. 

internal niachinatns., iv. 244-5. 

surrender to peasant army, iv. 245. 

special plan drawn of town, x. 453. 

passion-plays at, xii. 7-8, 8 (n. 1). 

library, xii. 69 (n. 1). 

decay of learning in, xiii. 27 (n. 2, 3). 

programme of Gymnasium at, xiii. 

403 (n. 1). 

epidemic in, xiv. 68-9, 69 (n. 1). 

joiners' hours of labour in, xv. 126 

(n. 3, 9). 
hospital, free treatment of insane, xv. 

437. 

execution of witch in, xvi. 425-6 (n. 1). 

Freiburg Cathedral, i. 170, 173, 211 ; xi. 

141. 
Diet of, ii. 33, 209-21 ; x. 446 ; xvi. 

176. 
Freiburg Univ., founded, i. 85, 87-8. 

Main References 
preponderance of clerical students, 



fees at, i. 29. 

importance, i. 118-22. 

decline, iii. 357-8. 

unsatifacty. and morib. conditn. of, 

xiii. 249 (n. 3, 4). 

■ erectn. of 'Gen. Studium ' at, xiii. 



249 (n. 5). 
becomes Cath. institute., xiii. 

250 (n. 1). 
• students' immoral and unrulv con- 



duct, xiii. 250-3, 251 (n. 1, 2). 

— idleness of professors, xiii. 253 (n. 2). 
■ decline of study of theology at, 



xiv. 353. 

method of study of law, xiii. 399- 



400. 



• botanical Univ. garden founded at, 
xiii. 535 (n. 1). 

■ study of Ramistic Philosophy pro- 



hibited, xiv. 138 (n. 2). 

— attached by John Eck, xiv. 316. 
■ suppressn. of books by Hoffmeister, 



xiv. 501 (n. 1). 

■ lawyers of, maintain witches be 



allowed lawyers to defend them, xvi. 

516 (n. 3). 
Freiburg in Nechtland, Switzerland, v. 135, 

223 ; viii. 230 ; ix. 313 ; x. 332-3, 

333 (n. 1) ; xiii. 306. 
' Freiburger Adress Kalender,' xvi. 426 (n. 1). 
' Freib. Diozesan,' ix. 125 (n. 1); 374 (n. 3), 

xiii. 249 (n. 5) ; xvi. 267 (n. 3). 
' Freie Vortrage,' W. H. Riehl, xiii. 168 

(n. 2). 
' Freigeld,' xv. 186. 
' Freigerichte,' iv. 192. 
Freigius, Jn. Thomas, xiii. 399-400 (n. 1). 

Thomas, xiv. 134. 

Freiseisen, J., ix. 300 (n. 1). 

Freisen, d. Univ. Paderborn, xiii. 151 (n. 2). 

Freising, Episc. city, ii. 32. 

Cath., i. 189. 

See of, ii. 297. 

— Bp. of, v. 56, 65. 

■additns. to Goth. Church in, xi. 118 



(n. 2). 
• Wolfgang 



Hunger apptd. Episc, 

chancellor, xiii. 421. 

Diocesan Synod, xvi. 2:!:i (n. 1). 

witch finding in, xvi. 417 (n. 2). 

Freising, Otto, \. L8, 

Freissner, And., xiii. 288 (n. 2). 

' Fremdes u. wunderb. Kunstbiich,' xi 

191 (n. 4). 



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INDEX 



Fch. acts of plunder in Germy., vii. 106-7. 
and Turks in oppositn. to Empr., 

v. 435-40. 

friendship bet., ix. 39 (n. 2). 

books, printing of, prohibited in Germy., 

xiv. 507. 
Frenzel, xi. 183 (ft. 3), 186 (n. 2), 189 (n. 2). 
' Frequenz d. Univ. Jena,' W. Grimm, xiii. 

266 (n. 1). 
Frescoes, i. 43, 181. 
Frescus, Dandalus, Kg. of Crete and Cyprus, 

x. 30. 
' Frescus. Fabric.,' Schmitz, xiii. 171 (w. 3). 
Fresse, Jean de, Sp. of Bayonne, vi. 442-3. 
' Freu dich du werte Christen.,' xi. 258-9. 
Freudenburg, xvi. 490. 
' Freudengeschrei,' Martin Schrod, xi. 291. 
Freudiger, Paul, xvi. 164. 
Freundsberg, Georg v., iv. 331. 
Frey, H. H., Biblical Book of Animals, xiii. 

525 (n. 1). 
Frey, Jas., xi. 250, 257 (re. 1); xii. 188 

(». 4), 189 (n. 1), 191 (ft. 2), 194. 
Frey, Johann, x. 127. 
Freyberg, v. Studienplane d. fahren, xiii. 

27 (ft. 4), 45 (n. 1), 46 (n. 1, 2), 152 (ft. 1), 

153 (ft. 2), 155 (n. 1, 3), 156 (ft. 4), 241 

(n. 1), 245 (ft. 3), 246 (ft. 3). 
Freyberg, v. Beilage, xv. 23 (ft. 2), 207 (ft. 4). 
Landstande, vii. 173 (n. 1), 177 (ft. 1) ; 

viii. 307 («. 1), 308 (ft. 2), 309 (ft. 1), 312 

(ft. 2); xv. 226 (ft. 3), 327 (ft. 1), 328 

(ft. 1) ; xv. 118 (ra. 1, 2), 220 (m. 2). 
Freyberg, Pancras v., vii. 176 (ft. 2). 
Freyberger, John, xiv. 314 (». 1). 
Freydinger, vi. 52 ; xi. 227 («. 1). 
Freyhub, Andreas, viii. 196-7. 
Freys, xiv. 521 (ft. 2). 
Friars Minor, Church of, Cologne, i. 172, 

214. 
Friaul, iii. 308 ; x. 67. 
Fribourg, xvi. 242 (». 2). 
Frick, John, xiii. 521. 
Fridolin, St., xiv. 68. 
Friedberg, Conclave at, ix. 262-3, 270-2. 
Friedberg, C. A., v. : see Schoppe and 

Ungersdorff. 
Friedberg, xii. 337-8. 
Friedens, Koggen, ii. 50. 
Friedensburg, Walter, v. 73 ; xiv. 240 (w. 

■ Beitrage z. Briefwechsel, v. 45 (ft. 1). 

der Reichstag z. speier, v. 60 (w. 

v. App. ; vi. 547. 
— — Nenes Acktion, v. 80 (ft. 3). 
z. Vorgesch. d. Ootha-Jorgan, v. 

(ft. 2), 42 (ft. 3), 44 (ft. 1), 49 (ft. 1), 

(«. 2). 
Friedewald, v. 42, 406 (m. 2). 
Friedland, Hy. II. of Fee. plots to attack 

Chas. V. in, vi. 518. 
Friedlander, Max, xi. 173 (m. 1), 234 («. 3) ; 

viii. 262 (ra. 4), 267 (ft. 1), 312 (ft. 1). 
Friedlib, Fcis. : see Irenicus. 
Friedmann, Karl, ix. 196 (ft. 5). 
Friedmann, M. C, xii. 131 (ra. 2). 
Friedmann, Viktorin, ix. 2. 
' Friedr. Arndt, John. Arndt,' xiv. 492 

(ft. 2). 
' Fried, d. Fromme,' Kluckhohn, vii. 70 

(ra. 1), 221 (ft. 2), 316 (ft. 2) 338 (n. 3), 

351 (ra. 2), 368 («. 1), 370 («. 1), 375 

(n. 2), 399 (ft. 1) ; viii. 49 (n. 2), 50 

(ft. 2), 75 (ft. 3), 146 (ft. 4), 153 (ft. 2), 

159 (w. 1), 160 («. 2), 161 (ft. 2), 200 (ft. 2), 

204 (ft. 2), 207 (ft. 1) ; xv. 56 (ft. 3). 
' Fried, d. Weise,' Kolde, iii. 336. 
Fried., C, D. Altdeutschen Glaser, xiii. 

504 (ft. 2). 
Fried., K., August. Tlirsrogel, xi. 194 (ft. 3). 



2). 

i); 



37 
50 



Friedrich, Matt., xi. 12 ; xii. 323 ; xv. 388, 

389 («. 1). 
' Fried. Nausea,' M. Eymcr, xiv. 309 (n. 5). 
' Fried. Nausea,' J. Metzner, xiv. 463 (w. 1). 
Fried., Sigm. of Lindau, xii. 355 (w. 2), 

365 (ft. 1). 
' Fried. Taubmann,' Ebeling, xiii. 276 (». 5), 

292 (». 1, 3), 293 (n. 1), 338 (w. 3), 402 

(ft. 2). 
Friederich : see Frederic. 
' Friedrichs Testament,' vii. 72 (n. 2). 
Friemen, church at, i. 174. 
Friesaeh, xi. 68 ; xiv. 80 (w. 4). 
Friese, Tilmann, xii. 248 (ra. 1) ; xv. 71 

(ft. 1), 72 (». 1), 165 (». 1). 
Fries, Dr., xi. 70 («. 1). 
Fries, Hans, xi. 263-4. 
Fries, Lorenz, iv. 194 (ra. 1), 232 (ra. 1), 287 

(n. 1), 178 (n. 1), 252-5, 288 (ra. 1), 319 

(n. 1), 326 (ft. 1), 344-5 ; xiii. 440 (ra. 1), 

460. 
' Friesel, Historisch patholog.,' Seitz, xiv. 

61 (». 3). 
Friesland, v. 245, 458, 480 ; viii. 43. 

Main References 

peasant proprietors in, i. 309. 

cities of, and Hanseatic League, ii. 48. 

■ insurrectn. in, viii. 126. 

— destined for Electr. of Sax., viii. 33. 
East, progress made in, by new doctrine, 



v. 104. 

- — Count Ems appropriates Church pro- 
perty in, v. 104-5. 

— Count of, forbids people to set foot on 
Bremen territy., vii. 283. 

— Counts of, refuse to sign Bergen Book, 
viii. 428. 

— West, strength of Anabaps., v. 471. 
■ Anabaps. seize Olden, v. 480. 



Frimmel, Th. v., Galeriestud, xi. 203 (.«. 1). 

Frischbier, H., xi. 300 (ft. 2). 

Frisehius, xv. 212 (». 1), 217 (n. 1), 222 

(». 1). 
Frischlin, Nicodem., philolog. and crowned 

poet, xiii. 175, 348, 362-77. 

birth and parents, xiii. 362. 

■ friendship bet. and Crusius, xiii. 362-3 

(ft. 1). 
- takes part in controvsy. on doetr. of 



(« 



omnipres. of Body of Christ, x. 270 («. 2). 

— Comedies, xii. 159-60. 

— disreput. sch. conditns., xiii. 37. 

— in Brunsw., xiii. 119. 

— contrasts Prot. stinginess and Cath. 
generosity, xiii. 126-7. 

on treatment of sch. children, xiii. 37 
2). 

on Germ. -Latin poets, xiii. 341 (ft. 1). 
— elegy on a dog, xiii. 344 (ft. 3). 

— poetic sense, xiii. 345 (ft. 1). 

— Latin dramas acted in schs., xiii. 175 
(ft. 1). 

— dedicated to Empr. Max., xm. 365. 

— crowned by Rudolf II., xiii. 365. 
Susanna, xiii. 175 (n. 1). 

— ridicule of kitchen-Latin, xiii. 175-6. 

— Julius redivivus, acted, xiii. 176-7. 
friction bet. and burgs, of Tubing. , xiii. 



363. 

— accused of scandalous life, xiii. 363-t. 

— defence of self, xiii. 363 (ft. 2), 364 (n. 1). 

— in favour of Dk. of Wurtcmb., xiii. 364. 

— Court poems, xiii. 364-5. 

— provided w. letter of recommendatn. 
to Max. II., xiii. 365. 

writes Panegyrics on the Austrn. Empr., 



xiii. 365 (ft. 1). 
— unpopularity at Univ., 



xiii. 366. 



183 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



Frischlin, Nicodem., comedy Phasma com- 
pleted, xii. 110-13, 110 (re. 2), 113 

(re. 1). 
performed at Tubingen, x. 31-2 ; xiii. 

183-4, 184 (». 1), 367. 

publishes V. Bauernleben, xiii. 367. 

self-defence, xiii. 367-8. 

pasqs. and lampoons agst., xiii. 368-9. 

descriptn. of, in Adelsbuck, xiii. 369. 

hostile feelings tow., am. Lutheran 

preachers, xiii. 370. 
applies for positn. at Strassb. acad., 

xiii. 370-1. 
divorce proceedings begin agst., xiii. 

372. 

banished fr. Tubingen, xiii. 373. 

appnted. Imp. -royal Bohem. historian 

and librarian, Prague, xiii. 373-4. 
dedicates Christop. and Persinus to 

Imp. Court, xiii. 374. 

compiles various sch. books, xiii. 374-5. 

involved in theolog. quarrels at 

Brunsw., xiii. 375. 

to Helmstadt, xiii. 375-6. 

to live at Marburg, xiii. 376. 

indomitable will and industry in 

captivity, xiii. 376-7. 
many attempts at reconciliation w. 

Martin Crusius, xiii. 377 (w. 1). 
forced to pay for publicatn. of learned 

works, xiv. 523. 
dedicates Lat. Comedy to Counc. at 

Strassb., xiv. 525 (re. 1). 
address to Univ. of Tubingen, xv. 

175-6. 
on drunkenness at courts, xii. 159-60 ; 

xv. 229 (n. 3). 

Oratio d. vita Rustica, xv. 349 (re. 2). 

descript. of beggars and gipsies, xv. 

510 (n. 2). 

Deutsche Dichtunge, xvi. 149 (re. 2). 

' Frischlin,' Strauss, xii. 110 (n. 2), 113 (n. 1) ; 

xiv. 524 (n. 1), 525 (n. 1) ; xv. 176 (w. 1), 

229 (re. 3), 252 (re. 1). 
' Frischlins Deutsche Dicht.,' Strauss, xii. 160 

(n. 2). 
Frisius, David Fab., xii. 250. 
Frisius, Paul, xii. 355 (n. 3) ; xvi. 497. 
Frisner, Andreas, i. 16. 
Fritsch, xi. 130 (re. 1). 
Fritz, Jost, iv. 138-9, 218, 222. 
Fritzer, xiv. 327 (re. 3). 
Fritzshe, O. F., xiii. 383 (w. 1). 
Friuli, ii. 236, 239, 244. 
Froben, Johann, i. 12-3, 20 ; iii. 360 ; xi. 

216 ; xiv. 517, 526. 
Froben & Lachmer, booksellers, i. 19, 22. 
Frobenius, iii. 360 (re. 1). 
' Frohlocken liber Frohlocken, evangel. Jubi- 

laum,' A. Contzen, xiv. 346. 
Frohse, vii. 293. 
Froissart, Pierre de, i. 160 ; ii. 58, 78, 119 

(n. 1), 131 (n. 1), 137, 146-7, 161-2, 186, 

194. 
Frolich, Jas., xi. 191 (n. 4) ; xii. 264 (re. 3). 
Froment, v. 137 (re, 2). 
' Fromm. Teutscher,' xii. 93-6, 96 (w. 1). 
Fronip, Aug., xiv. 33 (n. 2). 
' Fronhofe,' v. Maurer, xv. 141 (re. 1). 
Froning, E., xii. 2 (re. 2). 
Froschauer, Chris., xiv. 443 (re, 3), 617 

(n. 3), 524 (re. 1). 
Frbschel, Hierony., Ix. 449. 
Froschel, Scbast., xii. 378 (re. 4) ; xiv. 474 

(n. 4). 
Froschl, Wigulenfl, Bp. of Passau, xiii. 434. 
Froschmaier, G., x. 560 (re. 8). 
' Froschmauseler,* Rollenhagen, vii. 293 

(a. 2) ; xiv. 474 (re. 3). 



' Froschmeuseler,' Goedeke, xii. 224 (re. 5). 
Frundsberg, Georg v., ii. 283 ; iv. 5 ; vii. 3. 
Fry, Rudolf, xii. 14 (re. 1). 
Fuch, leader of Osianderites, vii. 302, 303, 

304-5 ; x. 221 (n. 1) ; xiv. 155, 159. 
Fuchs, xv. 145 In. 3), 147 (re, 1, 2) 148 (re. 2), 

149 (n. 1), 150 (re, 1). 
Fuchs, Alteste Schri/tsteller, xiv. 58 (n. 1, 

2, 3), 59 (». 1). 
Fuchs, Geo. v. Rugheim, Bp. of Brandenb., 

vii. 119, 379 (re, 1). 
Fuchs, K. J., xv. 137 (re. 2). 
Fuchs, Leon., profess, at Tubingen, xiii. 518 

(«. 2). 
agst. Colocynth as medicine, xiv. 50-1, 

51 (re. 1). 
impartiality and scientific spirit, xiii. 

518. 
lamentatn. over decay of learning, xiii. 

518-9, 519 (re. 1). 
botan. book translated into Germ., 

xiii. 519-20 ; xv. 51 (re. 1). 

merit recognised by Chas. V., xiii. 520. 

garden at Tubingen, xiii. 532. 

Fuchs, Marcus, xvi. 429 (n. 2). 
Fuchstein, Fuchs v., iv. 276 (re. 1). 
Fuchstein, Johann v., assessor to Imp. 

Counc, iii. 291 ; v. 416. 
active in cause of Franz v. Sickingen, 

iii. 291. 
agent to UI. of Wurtemb. in Peasants' 

Rising, iv. 225. 

surprises Castle of Staufen, v. 348. 

Fuchte, Jn. v., xiv. 170. 

' Fuder,* ix. 216. 

Fuesslin, Epist. IJelvet. Refmatn.,' vi. 84 

("• 2). 
Fiiger, Caspar, xii. 259 (re. 2). 
Fugger, v., xiii. 247 (re. 1). 
Fugger, Anton, and Countess Montfort, xv. 

339 (re. 2). 
Fugger, Hans J., vi. 270 (re. 2). 
Fugger, Jas., v. Kirchb., Prince, Bp. of 

Constance, ix. 380 (re. 1) ; x. 469, 599. 
Fugger, Jn., xi. 146. 

Markus, ix. 413 ; xii. 294 (re. 2). 

Raimund, xiii. 303-4. 

Fugger, Counts, their travels through 

Pyrenean peninsula, xiii. 526. 
Fuggers of Augsb. in Venice, ii. 55. 

Main References 

inordinate profits, ii. 85, 87. 

decline negotiates., w. Fcis. L, ii. 282. 

open credit acnt. w. agents of Chas. V., 

ii. 282. 

Abp. of Mayence's debts, iii. 78. 

Luther inveighs agst., iii. 117. 

agents for dispatches bet. Prague, 

Madrid, and Rome, ix. 127, 203 (n. 1). 

— build Capuch. monastery, ix. 346. 
•Jesuit Coll. and Gymnas., ix. 371. 



— letters to Pope in praise of Jesuits, ix. 
371 (re. 4), 372. 

— reasons for building coll., ix. 372. 

— mortuary (Impel, xi. 211, 248, 251. 

— reports sent to, xiv. 533 (re. 2). 

— money relatns. w. Italy, XV. 2 (re. 1). 
and Spanish spice trade, xv, 28 (re. 1). 



' Fiihrer durch d. Museum d. Sachs,' v. Bye, 

xi. 69, 166 (re. 2), 207 (re. 2). 
Fulda, iii. 62 ; viii. 355. 

Main References 

church at, i. 74. 

wine produced, i. 341. 

Fcscan. library at. Iv. 149 (». 1). 

destruetn. of churches In, iv. 290. 

armies to mass at, vi. 319-20. 



184 



INDEX 



Fulda [main references, continued) : 

proposed conferee, at, vii. 58. 

activity of dissent in Bpric. of, vii. 

182-3. 
Jesuits attempt to stem Protestm. in 

Bpric, viii. 352. 

— dissensions bet. Bp. and chapter 

threaten to provoke war, viii. 366. 

Cath. relig. estabd. in Abbacy, viii. 



327. 



friction bet. Abbot, Cathed., etc., viii. 



328. 

— Prot. Burghers appeal to Abbot in 
vain, viii. 329. 

— Electr. of Sax., etc., endeavour to aid 
burghers, viii. 329-30. 

— Princes and Prots. of, fail to prove 
Augsb. Confessn. conceded to burgs., viii. 
331-2. 

■ no Lutheran ministry existed in, viii. 



332. 

— knights of, commanded to obey Abbot, 
viii. 333. 

Abbey of, rifled by Marg. of Brandenb.- 



Culmb., vi. 508. 

— extensns. of Electr. of Sax., vi. 347. 

— Sch. ordinances issued by Jesuits of, 
viii. 337-8. 

— drain of mines at Schwartz, xv. 94 
(re. 1, 2, 3, 4). 

— bad treatment of miners, 
■ progress of Catholicism in Bpric, ix. 



370. 

nobles of, and proposed League of 

Counts, ix. 6. 

Jesuit School at, ix. 130 ; xiii. 158. 

number of pupils attending Jesuit 

gymnas., ix. 314. 

Bpric. of, invaded by Landg. of Hesse- 

Cassel, ix. 245. 

persecute, of witches, xvi. 430 (re. 1). 

kindness of Jesuits in visiting con- 
demned witches, xvi. 445 (re. 1). 

Diet at, ix. 291 (re. 1). 

■ — — devotn. of Jesuits am. plague-stricken 
people of, ix. 328. 

coll. erected at, ix. 324. 

Landg. Wm. IV. lays out new gardens, 



at, xiii. 529. 
Fulda, Adam v., i. 251. 
' Fuldaer Anekdotenb.,' Malkums, xvi. 430 

(«. 1). 
* Fulgentius,' Jacob Locher, i. 24. 
Funckelin, Jas., xii. 22-3. 
' Fundations-Urkunde,' viii. 320. 
Fiinen, battle of, v. 484. 
Funerals, xv. 406. 
' Fiinf Biicher Mainzer,' Nicholas Serarius, 

xiii. 460. 
Funfkirchen, v. 402 ; vi. 234. 
Funfkirchen, Herr v., vii. 164. 
' Fiinft u. letzt Tail,' J. Eck, xiv. 323 (n. 2). 
' Fiinfte Centuria,' Jn. Nas, xi. 357. 
' Fiinfte Planetpredikten,' J. Andreac, xvi. 

129 (re. 2). 
' Fiinfundzwanz. Predigten,' Th. Rosarius, 

xv. 469 (re. 2), 499 (re. 1), 502 (re. 1). 
' Fiinfzehn Bundesgenossen,' by Gunzburg, 

iii. 140-1. 
1 Fiinfzehn Koimeespred.,' Erasmus Winter, 

xv. 406-7 (n. 1). 
' Funus,' Erasmus, xiii. 357. 
' Fiirbitte ein Exul Christi,' ix. 104 (re. 3). 
Fiirer, Chris., iv. 63-4, 78 ; xvi. 37 (re. 1). 
Fiirer, Danne Sigmund, iv. 80. 
Fiirfeld, iv. 317. 
' Fiirhalt. 30 Artikel,' Kaspar Schatzgeyer, 

xiv. 260. 
Furriers, Guild, ii. 6. 



' Furstabt Balthasar,' viii. 327 (re. 2), 332 

(7i. 1), 333 (re. 1), 366 (re. 4), 367 (re. 2), 

370 (re. 1, 2), 371 (re. 1). 
' Furstbischof Martin Brenner,' Lcop. 

Schuster, ix. 412 (re. 2), 380 (re. 1), 400 

(n. 1). 
' Fiirsten u. Frauen-Collegium,' xiii. 285. 
' Fiirsten u. Volker Siideuropes,' ix. 187 

(re. 2) ; xv. 5 (w. 2). 
Fiirstenau, xv. 264 (re. 3), 268 (n. 2, 4) ; xvi. 

113-4 (re. 1). 
Furstenberg, Felix, Count v., iv. 11. 
Furstenberg, Fried., Count v., iii. 299. 

serves under Sickingen, iii. 283. 

levies troops for Sick., iii. 292. 

Furstenberg, Kaspar v., ix. 141 (re. 2) ; xv. 

336, 338 (re. 4). 
Furstenberg, Pp. v., on havoc wrought by 

robber knights, ii. 259-60. 
on rehabilitatn. of Imp. Chamber, iii. 

165. 



— on Electrs. excuses for non-paymnt. of 
taxes, iii. 166. 
■on Luther's first appearance before 



Diet of Worms, iii. 190. 

— on disagreements of Diet of Wuremb., 
iii. 309. 

— deleg. to Diet of Ratisb., v. 201, 203. 
■account of interview w. Chas. V., v. 



379-80. 
reports hordes of Turk, troops at 

Belgrade, v. 381. 
testimy. to Chas. V.'s fine qualities, 

v. 386-8. 
Furstenberg, Wm. v., serves under Sickingen, 

iii. 283. 
on action of Adk. Fred, at Spires, v. 

201-2. 
on attitude of priests, v. 203. 

- — deputed envoy to Fes. I., v. 372. 

■ collects Landsknechts for service agst. 



Ferd., v. 411-2. 
threatens Epr.'s messenger w. halter, 

v. 414. 

joins forces w. main army, v. 415. 

agent to Fcis. I., v. 436. 

commands Germ, infantry in army of 

Fes. I., v. 447. 
commands Germ, army in Burgun. and 

Champagne, iv. 11. 
chief lieut. of miltry. expeditn. of 

Confeds. of Smalc League, vi. 31. 
promises Smalc. League support of 

Fes. I. and troops, vi. 41. 
' Furstenbund,' Voigt, vi. 421 (re. 2), 422 

(w. 2), 423 (re. 1), 424-5 (re. 3), 428 (re. 1), 

441 (re. 3), 469 (re. 1), 471 (re. 3), 472 (re. 1). 
Fiirstenhagen, church at, i. 174. 
' Fiirstenleben,' Voigt, vi. 173 (re. 3), 227 

(re. 1); xv. 272 (re. 4), 277 (re. 1), 279 

(re. 1), 283 (re. 5). 
' Furstensch.,' Gremina, xii. 33. 
Furstenschulen, viii. 174 (re. 2). 
' Furstentag,' Calinich, vii. 206 (n. 2), 207 

(re. 1), 213 (re. 2), 214 (re. 1), 215 (w. 3), 

217 (re. 2), 218 (re. 1, 2), 219 (re. 1, 3), 220 

(re. 1), 222 (re. 1, 2), 223 (re. 1), 226 (n. 1), 

228 (re. 1). 
Furstenwald, church in, i. 170 ; v. 184. 
Furstenzell, Abbot of, vii. 172. 
Fiirstus, xiv. 77. 

' Fiirstwesen,' Knis, xv. 210 (re. 1). 
Fiirth, v., Beitrage z. Oesch., ix. 25 (re. 1). 
Furtmeyer, Berthold, i. 213. 
' Fusion ' Theology, xiv. 159-62. 
Fiissel, x. 318 (re. 1), 319. 
Fiissen, vi. 315-6 (re. 2) ; xiii. 8. 
Fiitrer, UI., i. 292 ; xiii. 424. 
Fyens, Thos., xv. 329-30 (re. 1). 



185 



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



' G. Agricola,' E. Herzog, xiii. 491 (re. 1). 
' G. Asinus Nasi Batteniorntanus d. ist e. 

Bericht v. Fratris Joannis Nasen Esel,' 

etc., John Nas, x. 107 (re. 2), 109 (re. 1, 2). 
' G. Contarini,' Dittrich, xiv. 298 (re. 5). 
' G. Macropedius, ein Beitr. z. Literatur- 

gesch.,' etc., D. Jacobi, xiii. 174 (re. 1). 
' G. Mercator u. sein Atlas,' F. Sander, xiii. 

470 (n. 1). 
' G. Wizel,' G. Schmidt, xiv. 286 (re. 2). 
Gabelkofer, Han3 Adam, ix. 404 (re. 2). 
Gabor, Bethlen, inv. Transylv., x. 544. 
Gabreli, Giovanni, xi. 248. 
Gabriel v. Eyb, Bp. of Eichstadt, v. 56. 

276-7 ; vii. 169 (n. 2), 170 ; xiii. 434 ; 

xvi. 55, 61. 
Gabrieli, Andrea, xi. 248. 
Gachard, Corresp. de Guill. le Taciturne, viii. 

15 (n. 1). 
Corresp. de Marguerite de Parme, viii. 

13 (re. 2). 
■ Corresp. de Pp. II., viii. 18 (w. 3), 25 



(re. 2), 26 (re. 1, 2), 27 (re. 1, 2), 33 (re. 2, 
3), 35 (w. 1, 2), 46 (re. 4), 64, 127 (re. 3, 4), 
132 (re. 3), 141 (n. 1), 145 (re. 2). 

Trois Annfies, 251 (». 1), 254 (re. 1), 



256 (re. 1), 258 (n. 1, 3), 290 (re. 3), 339 

(n. 2). 
Gaebel, G., D. Thos. Kantzow Ckronik, xiii. 

439 (re. 1). 
Gaede, iv. 358 (re. 1); xv. 147 (re. 1), 149 

(n.l). 
Gaedertz, xii. 181 (re. 3). 
Gaeta, ii. 248 ; v. 196. 
Gaetano, Antonis, ix. 472 (re. 2, 3). 
' Gaetanos Instrukt. f. Milensio,' i. 251 ; 

ix. 472 (n. 3). 
Gail, Andrew, xiii. 405 (re. 1). 
' Gail, A.,' H. Burckherdt, xiii. 405 (re. 1). 
' Gail, A.,' L. Ennen, xiii. 405 (n. 1). 
Gaildorf, iv. 275. 
Gailkirchen, ix. 211. 
' Galante Lyrik,' M. v. Waldberg, xii. 226 

(n. 1). 
Galen, xii. 279 ; xiv. 34-5, 229. 
' Galerie des tableaux de la reine Christine,' 

Grauberg, xi. 203 (re. 1). 
' Galeriestudien,* Frimmel, xi. 203 {n.l). 
Galileo, xiii. 477. 
' Gallerie,' Rathgeber, xi. 149 («. 1), 151 

(n. 4), 152 (re. 2). 
Galleries in Churches, xi. 124 (n. 2). 
Galli.D. Lutherische u. Calvinischen Kirchenst., 

x. 221 (re. 1). 
Gallois, L., v. 491 {n.l); xiv. 518 (re. 1). 

Hamburg. Chronik, v. 121 (». 1). 

Les Oeographes aUemands, xiii. 468 

(n. 2). 
Gallus, Nich., vi. 69 (re. 1) ; x. Ill, 301 

(n. 3), 302 (n. 2) ; xvi. 110 (». 1). 

Main References 
■ proposes a superintends. -Gen. be set 



over Lutheran Church of Germy., vii. 31. 

strictures on Frankf. Recess, vii. 32. 

letter on Max., Kg. of Bohem., vii. 50 

(n. l). 

doctrine of freewill, vii. 56-7. 

accusation of Jesuits, viii. 337. 

preaches agst. Staphylus, x. 82. 

abused by Jn. Nas, x. 95. 

attack on Melanch., xiv. 154. 

■ on decay of morals, xvi. 28. 

Gama, Vasco da, ii. 57. 

Gambling, iv. 147 ; xv. 279-80, 279 (re. 3, 4, 

6) ; xvi. 160 (re. 3). 
Gamboltschyn, xiv. 77. 
' Game of cards,* attribd. to Peter Fliitner, xi. 

224 (re. 4). 



Gandersheim, Abbey of, vi. 205 ; xiii. 68, 

302. 
' Gansebauch,' the, xv. 362 (re. 2). 
' Ganz d. Welthandels,' Kiesselbach, ii. 49 

(n. 1), 83 (n. 1). 
' Ganz nach d. Eisenhammer,' i. 303. 
Ganzhofer, L., D. BewitheU-welche Fischarts 

Gargantua, xi. 378 (re. 1). 
Gaotsch, Jacob, v. 168-9 
' Gar neuer Lobs pruch e. v. Ignatio Loiola,' 

x. 364 (re. 1). 
Garcaus, Joachim, x. 320. 
Garcia de Loaysa, Bp. of Osma, x. 360. 
Garcia de Rosende, i. 14. 
Gardasce, the, Tusculans, xiii. 530. 
Gardelegen, i. 170 ; xiii. 113 ; xiv. 84 ; xvi. 

299 (re. 3). 
' Gardenknechts,' xv. 518-9, 519 (re. 1), 522 

(re. 2). 
Gardens, xiii. 529, 532-6 (n. 1, 3). 
Gardiner, x. 439 (re. 3), 457 (n. 3), 453 (». 2), 

532 (n. 2). 
Gardner, Geo., xv. 90-1, 91 (n. 1). 
Gardners, Guild of, ii. 6. 
' Gargantua,' Fischart, xi. 108 (n. 3). 
Garster, Abbot of, vii. 157. 
Gart, Thiebolt, xiii. 174 ; xii. 25-6, 25 («. 2). 
' Gart d. Gesundheit.'xiii. 508 (n. 1), 510. 
' Gartenbau im Mittelalter,' A. Kaufmann, 

xiii. 533 {n. 2), 536 (n. 1). 
' Gartenbruder Helzer,' x. 3. 
' Gartende Knechte,' viii. 55. 
' Gartengessels,' Frev, vii. 188 (n. 4), 189 

(n. 1), 192, 194 ; xii. 250, 251 (n. 1). 
Garth, Helwig, xv. 236 (re. 3). 
Gartner, Andreas, xi. 274 (re. 1). 
Gartner, Hieronymus, xi. 195. 
Gasmann, Andrew, xii. 28. 
•Gasparo Contarini,' Dittrich, vi. 49 (re. 1), 

255 (re. 1) ; xi. 92 (re. 3). 
Gass, W., xiv. 157 (re. 3), 164 (re. 6), 165 

(n. 3), 176 (re. 1), 180 (re. 1), 190 (re. 1), 221 

(re. 1). 
Gesch. d. protectant Dogmatik, xiv. 130 

(re. 1). 
on Melanch. 's Loci Communes, xiv. 

149 (re. 2), 150 (re. 3), 151 (re. 1), 152 (re. 1). 
on Hutter's Compendium, xiv. 162 

(«. 4). 
criticism of Gerhard's Loci Communes 

Theolog., xiv. 165 (re. 5). 
on theolog. standpoint of Pelagius, xiv. 

179 (re. 2). 
on Prot. attempt to build moral 

theology, xiv. 193 (re. 2). 

on Prot. Exegetists, xiv. 213 (re. 1). 

' Gassenhauer, Renter, u. Berglid.,' FTy. 

Knaust , xi. 274. 
Gast, Joh.,xvi. 147 (re. 2). 
Gastein, xv. 300 ; ix. 378 (re. 2). 
Gastel, Jorg, xv. 454 (re. 1). 
Gattinara, Chancellor, v. 8. 
' Gauchlieder,' the, xii. 213. 
Gaudentius, vi. 304 (re. 1) ; ix. 340 (re. 2), 341 

(re. 1); xiv. 112 (re. 1), 114 (re. 1), 253 

(re. 2, 4), 259 (re. 2), 349 (re. 2). 
Gaupp, xi. 29 (re. 1), 31 (re. 2), 32 (re. 1), 39 

(re. 2). 
Gauspach, xvi. 40. 

1 Gazophylacium,' J. Drexel, xv. 464 (re. 1). 
Gebhard, Chris., ix. 330. 
Gebhard, J. v. Manflfeld, Count, v. 333, 494. 
Gebhard, Truchsess v. Waldburg, Abb. of 

Cologne, ix. 140, 175, 357 ; x. 62, 184 

(re. 1) ; xiii. 142; xv. 227 (n. 1). 

Stain References 
■ succeeds Salentin as Abp. of Cologne, 



ix. 6-7. 



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Gebhard, Truchsess v. Waldburg (main 

references, continued) : 

received into College of Electrs., ix. 7. 

scandal of married life, ix. 9-10. 

illicit conncctn. w. Countess of Mans- 

feld, ix. 10. 

resignatn. opposed by Countess of 



Mansfeld and Calvinist revoluty. party, 
ix. 10-11. 

— Count Palat. recruits army to aid, 
ix. 12. 

— to Westphal. to win over Prot. nobles, 
ix. 13. 

— statements to Prot. Abp. of Bremen, 
ix. 13-4. 

— letters on apostasy of, ix. 16 (n. 3). 
discussions concerning, am. priests, 



ix. 19 (re. 2). 
— advised by Count Palat. to resign 
Abpric, ix. 41. 

inebriety and profligate life, ix. 42, 



43 (re. 2), 54-5, 78 ; xv. 243. 

— interview w. Prot. Abp. of Bremen, 
ix. 42. 

— Master of Bonn, ix. 42-3. 

— town keys delivered to, ix. 43. 
■ resolves on public declaration of 



faith, ix. 44. 

— letters to Louis of Wurtemb., ix. 44, 
50-1. 

— . letter fr. Pope, ix. 44-5. 

— wide sensatn. caused by reply, ix. 45-6. 
• Cathed. Canons of Cologne make firm 



stand agst., ix. 46. 

— Rhenish provincial Estates, etc., join 
in opposing, ix. 48. 

— contentn. bet. Lutheran and Calvin, 
parties as to which he should join, ix. 48-9. 

duplicity tow. Calvins. and Lutherans, 



ix. 49-50. 

— issues new relig. edict, ix. 50-1. 

— relegs. government to Count A. of 
Neuenar, ix. 51. 

■letters to Rudolf II., justifying self, 



ix. 51-2. 

— applies to town counc. of Strasb., etc., 
for support, ix. 52. 
■ dissipatn., lawlessness, and cruel treat- 



ment of Caths., ix. 54-7. 

— excommunicated by Pope, ix. 57. 

— plans for carrying on war agst., ix. 
59-60. 

— chief supporters, ix. 61-3, 68-9. 
condemnatn. of his acts by Electr. of 



Sax., ix. 65. 

— points enumerated for and agst., by 
Count of Nassau, ix. 67. 

— continues to war in Westphalia, ix. 71-2. 
• terms of secret treaty w. Count Palat. 



Jn. Casimir, ix. 73. 

— joins camp of Jn. Casimir, ix. 77. 

— effect of Electr. Palat. Louis's death 
upon affairs, ix. 82. 

• proposals of ambassads. of Mayence, 



etc., at Congress of Frankf.-a.-M., ix. 83. 

— Rudolf II. 's negotiates, w., ix. 83-4. 

— scheme to appnt. son of Count Palat. 
coadjutor to, ix. 87-8. 

— loses Bonn, ix. 88. 

— turns to Eliz. of Eng. for help, ix. 89. 

— excommunicated and measures com- 



menced agst., ix. 175 (re. 2). 

— takes up residence in Strassb., ix. 177. 

— violation of relig. peace, ix. 208-9. 

— return of Cath. clergy expelled by, 
ix. 358. 

— death, ix. 183 (re. 1). 

Ausschreiben, ix - . 51 (re. 1), 52 (re. 1). 

Beilagen, ix. 45 (re. 2), 51 (re. 1), 52 (n. 1). 



' Gebhard Truchsess,' Berthold, ix. 89 (n. 1). 

Gebhardt, Bruno, xiii. 299 (re. 1). 

Gebsattel, J. Pp. v., Bp. of Bamberg, ix. 

375-7, 439-40. 
Gebweiler, J., xiii. 249 ; iv. 351 ; i. 133 ; 

xiv. 240 (n. 1). 
Geci, miners of, ii. 39. 
' Gedanken ein. unbekannten Anhangers,' 

K. Sudhoff, xiii. 68 (re. 4). 
' Gedenkenbuch,' Weinsberg, viii. 247 (re. 3). 
' Gedenkschrift z. Eroflnung,' xiv. 40 (re. 2). 
Gedicke, Simon, x. 305 (n. 3), 309 (re. 1), 

310, 311 (re. 1), 312 ; xiv. 179 ; xii. 

210 (re. 3). 
Gedlmann : see Godelmann. 
Geel, Jan v., v. 480. 
Geering, xv. 23 (re. 2). 
' Gefangennahme,' Issleib, vi. 369 (re. 1). 
' Gefangennahme Herzog,' vi. 293 (re. 1). 
Geffcken, J., i. 34. 
■ Beilagen, xvi. 230 (n. 1), 231 (re. 1, 2, 

3), 232 (n. 1), 234 (n. 1). 
Bilderkatechismus, xiv. 403 (n. 3); 

xv. 442 (re. 1). 
Gegenbach, J. M. v., i. 123-4. 
Gegenbach, Pamphilus, xii. 36-8, 38 (n. 2), 

39 ; xiii. 188 (re. 2) ; xv. 428 (n. 2). 
' Gegenbericht,' the, vii. 325 (n. 3). 
' Gegenbericht auf d. Anatomie,' Spangen- 

berg, x. 38 (n. 2). 
' Gegenbericht auf Dr. Joh.,' Spangenberg, 

x. 143-4, 144 (re. 1). 
' Gegen-Erinnerunges,' x. 38 (n. 2), 247 

(n. 2). 
' Gegenreformation ; ' Burghard,viii. 353 (re. 1). 
' Gegenreformation im Bistum Bamb.,' 

Zobel, ix. 375 (n. 1). 
' Gegenreformation in Inneroster.,' Loscrth, 

ix. 387 (n. 3). 
' Gegenreformation in Salzb.,' Loscrth, 

ix. 378 (re. 2), 414 (re. 4). 
' Gegenreformation in Westfalen,' L. Keller, 

ix. 239 (re. 1, 3), 349 (n. 1, 3), 357 (n. 1, 2), 

358 (re. 3), 359 (re. 4), 563 (re.' 3) ; xiii. 

142 (re. 1). 
' Gegenreformation in Graz,' ix. 387 (re. 3). 
' Gegen Reformation in Graz,' Peinlich, 

ix. 409 (re. 2). 
' Geheime Dispensbreve d. Pius IV.,' Schlecht, 

vii. 339 (re. 2). 
• Geheime Rathschlage gegen die fiinf Orte,' 

v. 357 (n. 1). 
Gehren, vii. 390. 

Gehrken, xi. 58 (n. 2), 239 (re. 2). 
Geiger, Lud., xii. 55 (n. 1), 163 (re. 3), 188 

(n. 4), 315 (re. 1), 383 (re. 1) ; xiv. 250 

(re. 3) ; xvi. 287 (re. 1). 
Die Juden u. d. deutsche Literatur, 

xv. 48 (re. 3), 54 (n. 1) 

N. Ellenbog, ix. 335 (n. 3) ; xiii. 154 



(n. 1). 

Reuchlin, xiii. 52 (n. 1, 2), 58 (re. 1), 



59 (re. 1), 398 (re. 2). 
Geijer, Gesch. v. Schweden, x. 587 (re. 4). 
Geiler v. Kaisersberg, Dr. Johann, i. 38, 40, 

77, 126-34 ; xiii. 7, 396 (re. 1). 

Main References 

on instructn. through pictures, i. 43-4. 

■ on indulgences, i. 49-50, 50 (re. 1). 



precocity of, i. 75. 

becomes leading scholastic, i. 113. 

friend of Heynlin, i. 123. 

eminent positn. occupied by, i. 126. 

advice to students of theology, i. 126-7. 

distinguished qualities of, i. 127. 

friends, i. 128. 

- on Sebast. Brand's Narrenschiff, i. 282, 



290. 



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Geiler v. Kaisersberg, Dr. Johann {main 

references, continued): 

appeal to Germ, princes, i. 132. 

love of truth and justice, i. 133. 

adjuration of rulers, i. 134. 

master of oratorical prose, i. 304-5. 

on dress in 15th cent., ii. 71. 

on Jews, ii. 77. 

denunciatn. of trading compies., ii. 82. 

on depravity of lawyers, ii. 176. 

on Game Laws, ii. 184-5. 

on luxury and greed, ii. 291-2. 

strictures agst. Mendicant Orders, ii. 298. 

— complaint of relig. unrest, ii. 302. 
■ doubts wisdom of placing Scriptures in 



hands of the people, ii. 303. 

— friend to earlier Humanists, iii. 3. 

— condemnatn. of bad Latin, iii. 4. 

— on value of mother tongue, iii. 6. 

— sorrow for corruptn. in Church, iii. 19. 

— Wie Man sich flatten, xii. 177 (re. 1). 

— Ckristenl. bilder, xiv. 383 (re. 5). 

— attack on people who scoff at Gospels, 
xiv. 400-1, 401 (re. 1). 

— benefactor and Father of the Poor, 
xv. 439, 440 (re. 1, 2), 441 {n. 1, 2), 442 
(re. 1), 443 (re. 1, 2). 

— Der Christl. Glaube, xv. 440-1 (n. 2). 

— Predigten v. d. Baum, xv. 441 («. 2). 

— warning agst. indiscriminate alms- 



giving, xv. 443 (re. 2), 444 (n. 1, 2). 
— advocates preventn. of pub. begging, 
xv. 444-5 (re. 1, 2), 452. 
■ recomds. organised system of poor 



relief, xv. 445-6. 
• Emeis, xvi. 256 (n. 2), 257-60, 258 (re. 1, 



2, 3, 4), 259 (». 1, 2, 3), 260 (re. 1). 

on bewitched coins, xvi. 328. 

' Geilers v. Kaysersberg XXI.,' xv. 445 

(re, 2), 446 (re 1) ; xiv. 396 (n. 1). 
Geisberg, xvi. 301 (re. 4). 
Geiser, Gesch. d. Armenwesens, xv. 510 (re. 2). 
Geislingen, iv. 214. 

money extorted fr., vi. 456. 

interview at, bet. Alb. of Brandenb.- 

Culmb. and Dk. of Wiirtemb., vi. 456. 

iconoclasm in, xi. 32. 

laxity of Prots. in, xvi. 41. 

Geismayr, Michael, of Sterzing. 

Main References 
instigates peasant insurrectn. in Tyrol, 

iv. 336. 

commander of Neustift rebels, iv. 241. 

draws up scheme of reform, iv. 189. 

socialistic nature of proposed ordin- 
ances, iv. 195-9, 199 (re. 1). 
leader of Tyrolese and Salzb. insugts., 

v. 242 (re. 1). 
assumes title ' Augmeist. of His 

Princely Highncss's domins.,' iv. 336. 
Geissel, Kaiserdom, iv. 347 (n. 1). 
Geisslerin, Clara, of Gelnhausen, xvi. 491-3, 

493 (re. 1). 
' Geist. Bysemknopf,' W. Leonhart, xiv. 

101 (re. 2). 
' Geist d. Lutherisch. Theologen,' xiv. 162 

(n. 2), 164 (re. 2, 3, 4, 5, 7), 188 (w. 1, 4), 

214 (re. 3), 215 (re. 1, 2). 
' Geist d. pommerischriigenschen,' Biedcr- 

stedt, xiv. 484 (re. 4). 
* Geist d. Theologen Wittenb.,' x. 268 (re. 1) ; 

xiii. 380 (re. 4) ; xiv. 486 (re. 2). 
' Geisterglaube,' Schneider, xii. 354 (n. 5). 
' Geistl. Akten,' Vienna town archives, 

xiii. 395 (re. 4). 
' Geistl. Berglied,' John Mathesius, xi. 273. 
' Geistl. Buch,' by Johann Stclcar, xvi. 

S10, 310 in. 1). 



' Geistlich Brautlied,' Nicholai, xi. 270 (re. 5). 
' Geistliche Drame,' Gall Morel, xii. 6 

(re. 1,2, 5), 7 (re. 1,2). 
' Geistlich Spiel,' Paul Itebhun, xii. 24-5. 
' Geistl. Gesang v. alien Standen,' Caspar 

Loner, xi. 263. 
' Geistl. Kinderlied,' by Justus Jones, xi. 

292-3. 
' Geistl. Schauspielkunst,' C. Meyer, xi. 

209 (re. 5) ; xii. 5 (re. 1), 12 (re. 1). 
' Geistl. Spiel von Tobias,' Hans Ackermann, 

xii. 100 (re. 2). 
Geizer, viii. 8 (re. 1). 

Geizkofler, Lucas, x. 231 ; xvi. 573-4 (re. 1). 
Geizkofler, Marie Polyx. v., xiv. 485 (re. 4). 
Geizkofler, Zach. 

Main References 
■ imp. treasurer to Dk. of Bav., x. 535 



(re. 2). 

— on state of imp. finances, ix. 187. 

— zeal in tax gathering, ix. 234 (re. 1). 

— right of Prots. to confiscate Church 
property, ix. 256 (re. 3). 

— on tampering w. coinage, xv. 74 (re. 3). 

— memo, to Empr., xv. 80 (re. 1). 
• on decline of Germ, mining industry, 



xv. 92 (n. 2). 
Bedencken, xv. 76 (re. 1), 79-80, 80 

(re. 1). 
Gelasius, Pope, ii. 12. 
Geldenhauer, x. 257. 
' Geldenwerthung,' Helferich, ii. 85. 
Gelderland, Dk. of, v. 6. 
Gelders, xiii. 144 (re. 3). 
' Geldwirtschaft,' Grupp, xv. 2 (re. 1), 4 (re. 1), 

5 (re. 1), 23 (re. 1), 107 (re. 1). 
' Gelehrtenlexicon,' Jocher, xiii. 490 (re. 1). 
Gelhar, Gregor, xvi. 411 (re. 3). 
Geiler, Bernard, vii. 291. 
Gelnhausen, i. 174. 

Diet of, v. 178. 

witch trial at, xvi. 491-3, 491 (n. 1), 

493 (re. 1). 
' Gelobt seystn. Jesu Christ,' xi. 277. 
' Geltklage,' Olorinus Variscus, xv. 48 (re. 3), 

373 (re. 2), 398 (re. 1) ; xvi. 281 (re. 4). 
' Gemeinde,' i. 321. 
' Gemeine Beicht, Dialogen,' Dan. v. Soest, 

xiv. 298 (re. 5). 
' Gemeine Beicht v. Bekennung,' xii. 71 (re. 3), 

72-4. 
' Gemeine Mark,' i. 321. 
Gemeiner, K. Th., Gesch. d. Kirchenreform. 

in Regensb., v. 71 (re. 1), 158 (re. 2). 
' Gemeiner Pfennig,' iv. 19. 
Gemeiner, Reformation, vi. 304 (re. 2). 
' Gemeines Deutsch,' i. 305. 
' Gemeines deut. Bergrecht,' Achenbach, 

xv. 101 (re. 1). 
Gemen, viii. 347. 

' Gemerkbuch. d. Hans Sachs,' xi. 317 (re. 1). 
Gemmingen, Frau Martha v., xiv. 483-4 

(», 1). 
Gemmingen, Jn. C. v., xiii. 535-6 (n. 1). 
Gemmingen, I'riel v., iii. 78. 
Gemunden, i. 174. 
Gemy, D. Reichsstadt Schlettstadt, xi. 40 

(«. 2). 
'Genealog. Adelsgesch.,' E5nig, v. 191 (re. 1). 
Gen. Assembly of Estates at Worms, iii. 77. 
Gen. Council, v. 371, 408, 387-8 (re. 1); 

vi. 1, 3, 7, 9. 

Main References 
summoning of, considered at Smalc. 

League, v. 511. 
Empr. and l'opo pledged to try and 

form Couuc, v. 512 (re. 1). 



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Gen. Council (main references, continued) : 

proposals suggested by Pope, v. 513. 

annoyance of Dk. of Sax. at postpone- 
ment of, v. 515 (re. 2). 

Pope Paul III., endeavours to promote, 



v. 517. 

— - difficulties recreated by Dk. Wm. of 
Bav. and Eck, v. 519. 

— Fes. I. endeavours to prevent sum- 
moning of, v. 521-4. 

— idea of, rejected by Smalc. Confcds., 
v. 525. 

— Mandate for, issued, v. 526. 

— Caths. make preparatns. for, v. 527-8 
(n. 1). 

• members of Smalc. League united in 



proceedings of Gen. Counc., v. 529-30. 
Genee, R., xi. 319 («. 1), 317 (re. 1) ; xii. 6 

(n. 5), 23 (re. 1, 2, 3), 24 (n. 1), 75 (n. 1), 

104 (re. 1), 110 (re. 1), 113 (re. 1), 180 (n. 1). 
' Genelogia vera Antichristi,' x. 397 (re. 1). 
' Generalsgnoden i. Urkundersam,' Heppe, 

vii. 5 (re. 1) ; viii. 338 (re. 1), 410 (n. 2), 

411 (re. 2, 3) ; x. 285 (re. 3, 4) ; xvi. 119 

(n. 2). 
' Genesis,' Martin Antony Delrio, xiv. 364 

(re. 2) ; iii. 239 (re. 2). 
Geneston, de, xiv. 107 (re. 1). 
Geneva, ii. 53 ; viii. 13, 218, 219. 

Main References 

expulsn. of Jews, ii. 79. 

Capuch. conversn. of Prots. to Cath. 



Faith, ix. 346. 
churches of, advocate death for heretics, 

x. 224. 
lawfulness of tyrannicide taught in, 

x. 370. 
punishments at, for plague-spreading 

sorcery, xiv. 83 (n. 4). 

plague at, xiv. 105-7 («. 1). 

executns. for witchcraft in, xvi. 303-5 

(n. 1). 
Genlis, viii. 127. 
Gennep, Lud. v., ix. 340, 368-9. 
Genoa, vi. 81. 

Main References 

threatened by Fee., ii. 214. 

in hands of Fes. I., iv. 4. 

— reconquered by Empr., iv. 5. 

■ Fes. I. secretly declines to renounce, 



v. 235. 
■ Solym. buys up merchant ships of, v. 



402. 



Fes. I. demands cession of, v. 440 (re. 1). 
asked by Pope to aid in Turk, war, viii. 



109. 
' Gensianismus Flandriae,' Wynckius, viii. 

123 (re. 2). 
Gentiles, Scipio, xiii. 308. 
Gentillet, I., x. 364 (re. 3), 365 (re. 1); xv. 

3 (n. 2). 
' Geographes allemands,' L. Gallois, xiii. 

468 (re. 2). 
Geographic. Science, Germ. cent, of, i. 139. 
' Geograph. Mittheil,' Petermann, xiv. 75 

(re. 3). 
' Geograph. Zeitschrift,' xiii. 468 (n. 2). 
' Geophysik,' Giinther, xiii. 501 (re. 1). 
' Georg Honauer aus Olniutz,' Tobolka, 

xv. 293 (re. 1). 
Geo., Dk. of Brunsw. and Bp. of Miirden, 

viii. 343. 
Geo. of Mecklenb., Dk., vi. 435-6. 

Main References 
■ w. Electr. of Sax., etc., enters Inns- 



bruck, vi. 477. 



Geo. of Mecklenb. (mnin references, contd.) : 

appropriates share of booty, vi. 477-8. 

at camp of Confed. Princes, vi. 488. 

George, Duke of Saxony, the Bearded, ii. 
276 ; iii. 88, 89, 124, 319 ; iv. 213, 227, 
286, 306; v. 77 (re. 4), 184 (re. 1), 206, 
376, 410 (re. 1) ; vi. 10, 29, 36, 55, 56, 57, 
101, 191, 193, 211 ; vii. 282 ; xii. 61, 85 ; 
xiii. 285, 451, 458 (n. 3) ; xiv. 276 (re. 2), 
285, 288, 324, 519. 

Main References 
— on abuses of the Church, iii. 183. 

appeals to Electr. Fred, and Dk. Jn. of 



Sax. agst. proceedgs. at Wittenb., iii. 
258-60. 

— Luther's anger agst., iii. 267. 

— complains of Luther's pamph. to 
Electr. Fred, and Counc. of Regency, iii. 
295. 

— insists on necessity for destructn. of 
Sicking, and confeds., iii. 297-8. 

— complains of Luther's invectives, iii. 
318. 



— complains of Luther's disregd. of 
commands, iii. 330-1. 
■ complaint agst. Counc. of Regency, iv. 



22. 

on abuse of Church benefices, iv. 51-3. 

on wrongdoers countenanced by persons 

in authority, iv. 53-5. 
on desire to overthrow existing in- 

stitutns., iv. 55-6. 

appealed to by Miinzer for aid, iv. 92-3. 

letter to, fr. Sittick. v. Berlepsch, iv. 

292, 295. 

to aid of Weissensee, iv. 300-1. 

letter to Miinzer under torture, iv. 308. 

■ desire for order to be restored in 



Germy. in relig. matters, v. 44. 

— letter to Philip of Hesse, v. 45 (re. 1). 

— informs Session at Dessau of alliance w. 
Electr. of Sax. and Landg. Pp. of Hesse, v. 
49. 

— letter to Philip, v. 50. 

— attends conferee, at Leipzig, v. 51. 

— party to memo, of Mayence.v. 53. 

— criticism of ' Commit, of 8,' v. 67-8. 

— on attempt to uproot Rom. Church in 
Germy., v. 118-9. 

■ and fictitious treaty or alliance of 



Breslau, v. 169 (re. 1), 182. 

— fears second peasant rising, v. 173. 

— threatened w. invasn. by Mich. v. 
Minckerwitz, v. 176. 

— demands that author of fict. Breslau 



treaty be named, v. 182. 

— and Luther, dispute bet., v. 186. 

— loyalty to Rom. Cath. Church, v. 277. 

— Luther's attack on, v. 288. 

— in favour of forcible measures agst. 
Prots., v. 304. 

— strong majority agst., v. 305. 
■ on manner of appointment of higher 



clergy, v. 307. 
• on folly of Pp. of Hesse to war agst. 



Ferd., v. 412. 
— annoyance at postpment. of Gen. 

Counc, v. 515 (re. 2). 
- — one of the selected to settle dispute over 

duty of Grand Master of Teuton. Order, 

v. App., 548 (n. 9). 
■ rejects all efforts of Fes. I. to bribe 



him, v. 376-7 (re. 3). 
— alliance w. Electr. Joach. of Brandenb., 
etc., in defence of old faith, vi. 20-1. 
■ receives copies of Dk. of Brunsw.'s 



intercepted letter, vi. 33. 
— joins League; of Xuremb., vi. 25. 



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HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE 



George, Duke oi Saxony (inain references, 

continued) : 

Pp. of Hesse's designs agst., vi. 40. 

receives assurances fr. Joaeh. II. of 

his Cath. faith, vi. 60. 
• on attitude of Cath. nobilitv tow. 



Church, vii. 256. 

— attends relig. plays in Freib., xii. 3. 

— Luther declares him possessed of the 
devil, xii. 318. 

— decrees profs, closer attentn. to work at 
Leipzig Univ., xiii. 279 (n. 3). 

champions Cath. Church, xiv. 273 (n. 2). 

— summons Cochlaeus to Dresd., xiv. 281. 

— death, xiv. 281 (n. 2 _- 290. 

— befriends Wizel, xiv. 2S6 (n. 2). 
■ presents Sylvius w. chaplaincy, xiv. 



232-4 (n. 1). 

— instigs. Emser to revise Luther's 
translatn. of Bible, xiv. 429 [n. 1). 

— to Landg. Pp. of Hesse, xv. 139 (n. 2). 
• on cause of deteriorate, am. Cath. 



clergy, xvi. 52-3. 

— rejoicings am. Prots. at death of, xiv. 
294. 

— his virtuous life, vi. 50. 

— will of, vi. 51-2. 
■ vilifieatn. of memory of, vi. 56. 



Geo., Landg. of Hesse-Darmst., viii. 74 ; 
xiii. 530 ; xvi. 497. 

Main References 
■ declines to sign Bergen Book, viii. 



422. 



endeavours to promote village sens., 



xiii. 58 (n. 4). 
— pet monkey, xv. 270 [n. 2). 

•to O. v. Te'ttenborn, xvi. 495-6 [n. 1). 



Geo., Margr. of Ansbach, xiii. 23 (n. 4). 
Geo., Margr. of Brandenb. -Ansbach, xvi. 12, 

36, 177 [n. 3). 
Geo., Margr. of Brandenb. -Culmbach, v. 

38, 76, 230, 244. 

Main References 

letter to brother, iv. 348. 

joins new church, v. 34. 

protest of Lutheran towns and princes 

handed to, v. 210. 
insubordte. attitude of, at Augsb., v. 

249-ou. 

signs expositn. of new doctrine, v. 252. 

criticism of, v. 269, 282-3. 

letters to Kgs. of Fee. and Eng., v. 

345-6. 

present at Smalc. League, v. 494. 

Bucer's strictures on, vi. 242. 

— despoiling of churches, etc., vi. 450. 
■ complaint on irrevce. and sloth in 



service of God, xvi. 13 (n. 1). 
Geo.. Prince of Anhalt. 



Main References 
treaty w. Chris, of Denmark, vL 9-10. 
apptd. by Electr. of Sax., his coadj. in 



relig. affairs, vi. 291 
• letter of Luther to, xiii. 287 



Geo., Prince-Bp. of Bamberg, xvi. 177. 

Geo., Bp. of Brixen, vii. 153. 

Geo., Bp. of Liittich, iv. 266 (n. 1). 

Geo., Palat., Pfalzg. on the Khine, Dk. in 

Bav. and Bp. of Spires, xv. 139. 
and the Beuchlin Controversy, iii. 

59. 
decision invalid in Reuchlin Controv., 

iii. 110. 
tries to mediate bet. Sicking, and 

Princes of Treves, etc., iii. 290. 
goes to Heidelberg, iv. 317. 



Geo., Palat. [main references, continued) : 

clemency of, iv. 351. 

letter re Peasants' War, iv. 347 («. 1). 

apprised of fresh intrigues, iv. 356. 

receives despatch fr. Chas. V., v. 56. 

Geo., Count of Nassau, xiii. 305 (n. 3). 

Geo., Father of Amberg, xiv. 259. 

Geo., Count Palat. of Sax., urges judgmnt. 

on Electr. Palat. Fred. EEL'S relig. positn., 

vii. 343. 
Geo. v. Mansfeld, Count, vi. 309 [n. 2) ; xv. 

233, 347 (n. 1). 
Geo. v. Tubingen, Count, xv. 336 [n. 5). 
Geo. v. Vertheim, Count, iv. 286. 
Geo. v. Wittgenstein, ix. 175 (n. 2). 
Geo. v. Wiirtemb., orders abolitn. of 

celebratn. of Mass, vi. 11. 

excessive drinking, xv. 250 (n. 3). 

scandal concerning, xvi. 147 (n. 2). 

Geo., Count of Henneberg, vi. 439 ; xii. 

xiii. 359-60 ; xv. 200 [n. 3), 201 (n. 1). 
Geo. Angus., son of Count Palat. v. Veldenz, 

ix. 4. 
Geo. Erasmus, Freih. v. Tschernembl, x. 

494-5 ; xv. 190-1 [n. 1). 
Geo. Fred., Margr. v. Baden-Durlach. 

Main References 

attends meeting of Prot. Princes at 

Ahausen, ix. 517. 

reintroduces Lutheranism, x. 283. 

receives report re Julich-Cleves succes- 
sion, x. 434. 

told of intended capture of Diisseld. 

by Caths., etc., x. 435-6. 
■ his processn. at Dk. Jn. Fred, of 



Wurtemb's. wedding, x. 438. 
— speaks at meeting of Prot. League, x. 
448. 
■ invades and ravages territories of 



Bamb. and Wurzb., x. 459. 
— advances into Strasb., x. 460-1. 

■ extorts contributns. fr. Abp. of Mayence 



and imprisons Electr's. ambass., x. 474. 
Geo. Fred., Margr. v. Ansbach-Bavreuth, 

xiii. 108 ; xv. 205, 220 (n. 2, 3), 321 (n. 

1) ; xvi. 124-5. 
Geo. Fred., Margr. v. Baden-Hochb., xii. 251. 
Geo. Fred., Margr. v. Brandenb. -Ansbach- 

Baireuth, vii. 39 [n. 4), 379 (n. 1) ; viii. 

74 ; xv. 234. 

Main References 
• appealed to for support by Prot. 



burghs of Fulda agst. Prince-Abbot, viii. 
329. 

— advises Abbot he must grant freedom 
to burghs, viii. 329-30. 

— joins Electrs. August, of Sax. and 
Louis in enthusiasm for Lutheranism, 
viii. 404. 

— threats agst. those declining to sign 
Book of Bergen, viii. 416. 

letter on Bergen Book fr. Electr. 



Palat. Louis, viii. 417. 

— sends envoy to Landgr. Wm. of Hesse, 
viii. 420. 

— named in will of Electr. Palat. Louis 
as guardian of his son, ix. 93. 

• and relit:, teachings given to Electr. 



Palat. Louis's son, ix. 95. 

— joins Prot. League, ix. 136. 

— enters into league w. Electr. Palat. 
and Maurice of Hesse to vindicate Prot. 
claims, ix. 198-9. 

— solicited to join Prot. League agst. 
Spain, ix. 198. 

— joins Electr. Palat. Fred, in making 
conditus. w. Eudolf at Eatisb., ix. 202. 



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Geo. Fred, [main references, continued) : 

opposes grant of Turk, subs., ix. 206. 

joins in renewed protest to Budolf 

agst. ' Recess,' ix. 212. 
summoned before Imp. Chamber, ix. 

213. 



sends representve. to Frankf. Conferee., 
ix. 241. 

his character according to Prince 



Chrn. of Anhalt, ix. 242. 

— quarters mercaneries in Bpric. of 
Wiirzb., ix. 245. 

— fresh attempt tow. Prot. Union, ix. 248. 

— sends ambass. to Conclave at Friedb., 
ix. 262. 

— sends representve. to second counc. at 
Friedb., ix. 271. 

— Electr. Joach. Fred, informs him of 



his disapproval, ix. 272-3. 
— Hry. IV. of Fee. promises support to, 
in Prot. Union, ix. 282. 

Rauscher dedicates second Ceniuria to, 



x. 93. 

■ Prognost. astrologium 



and Teutsche 



Practik dedicated to, x. 196-7. 
— decrees death for heretics, x. 227. 
■ rebuilds Plassenburg, xi. 132. 



Geo. Gust. v. Veldenz, Count Palat., ix. 3, 87. 

Main References 
■ plot to procure him Bpric. of Spires, 



ix. 4. 



— appnt. him co-adj. to Gebhard 
Truchsess, ix. 87-8. 
• signs document drawn up by Evangl. 



Eleetrs. at Ratisb., ix. 491. 
Geo. Hans v. Veldenz, Count Pal