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I HAVE only attempted to note the names of some of the most prominent works that have been written on Hus, and of some to which I have devoted particular attention. The literature dealing with Hus and the cognate works referring to Wycliffe, which I quite omit, amount to an enormous mass of volumes. I here only mention some books referring mainly to Hus’s life and the history of Bohemia at his time. I therefore do not include works like Bishop Creighton’s History of the Papacy, though it contains—next to Mr. Wratislaw’s—the best account of Hus’s career written in English, or Dr. Harnack’s Dogmengeschichtc, though the origin of some of Hus’s views is expounded here more clearly than anywhere , else. The Bohemian periodicals entitled, journal of the Bohemian Museum, Bohemian Historical journal, Yearbook of the Bohemian Society of Sciences, and Yearbook of the Bohemian Academy, contain a vast amount of little-known information on Hus and his times. Messrs. Jirecek, G011, Nedoma, Novotny, Patera, Gindely, Kalousek and many others have contributed valuable articles to these reviews on the subject of Hus.

ASHBACH, Dr. Joseph. Geschichte Kaiser Sigmunds.

BEZOLD, Friedrich von. Z ur Geschichte des Hussitenthumes.

BREZOVA, Laurentius de. H istoria Hussitica, ed. G011. F ontes rerum Bohemicarum V.

CARo, J. Aus der Kanzlei Kaiser Sigismunds.

CASOPIS MUSEA. Kralovstvi Ceskcho (Journal of the Royal Bohemian Museum).

CESKY CASOPIS. Historicky (Bohemian Historical Journal).
DENIS, Professeur Ernest. Huss et la Guerre des Hussites.

DOLANENSIS, Stephen of Dolein. Works published by Pez Thesaurus Anecdotorum, T. IV.: Medulla Tritici sive Anti-wyclrfius, Antihussus, Dialogus volatilis inter aucam ct Passerem, Liber epistolaris ad Hussitas.

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DVORSKY, Frantisek. Pocatky Kalicha a Artikule Prazske (The beginnings of the chalice and the articles of Prague).

FLAJSHANS. Pisemnictvi Ceske (Bohemian Literature).
FLAJSHANS. Mistr jan Hus.

FLAJSHANS. Literarni cinnost Mestra jana Husi (Literary activity of Master John Hus).

GOLL, Professor Jaroslav. Cechy a Prusy v stredoveku (Bohemia and Prussia in the middle ages).

GOZZADINI, Giovanni. Nanne Gozzadini e Baldassarre C ossa.

HARDT, Hermann v. der. Magnum (Ecumenicum Constantiense concilium.

HELPERT, Josef Alexander. Hus und Hieronymus.

H6FLER, Dr. K. Geschichtschreiber der Hussitischen Bewegung in Bohmen.

H6FLER, Dr. K. Magister johannes Hus.

Hus, Magister. For editions of works of Hus and translations, see chapter X.

Janov, Matthias dc. Regulae Veteris ct Novi Testamenti, ed. Kybal. Only one volume has as yet appeared.

JIRECEK, Joscf. Rukovet k Dejinam Literatury Ceske (Handbook of the history of Bohemian literature).

KALOUSEK, Dr. Josef. O H istorii Kalicha v dobach predhusitskych (On the history of the chalice in prehussite times).

KALOUSEK, Dr. Josef. 0 Potrebe prohloubiti vedomosti o Huso'vi (On the necessity of further study of Hus).

KRUMMEL, Leopold. Geschichte der bohmischcn Reformation.
KRUMMEL, Leopold. Utraquisten und Taboreten.

KYBAL, Dr. Vlastimil. M. Matej z janova.

LECHLER, Dr. Gotthard. johann Hus.

LENFANT, Jaques. Histoire du Concile de Constance.

LENZ, Dr. Antonin. Uceni Mistra jana Husi (The teaching of Master John Hus).

LosERrH, Dr. Johann. Hus and Wiclifl.
Liirzow, Count. Bohemia, a Historical Sketch.
Liir‘zow, Count. A History of Bohemian Literature.


Liirzow, Count. Prague—Mediaeval Town series.
LUTZOW, Count. Lectures on the Historians of Bohemia.
MORFILL, Professor W. R. Slavonic Literature.

NEJEDLY, Dr. Zdenek. Prameny k synodam Strany Prazske a Taborske (Documents concerning the synods of the parties of the Praguers and Taborites).

NEJEDLY, Dr. Zdenek. Dejepsis Predhusitskeho zpevu v Cechach (History of prehussite singing in Bohemia).

NEJEDLY, Dr. Zdenek. Pocatky Husitskeho zjrevu (The beginnings of Hussite singing).

PALACKY, Frantisek. Geschichte von Bohmen.

PALACKY, Frantisek. Die Geschichte des Hussitenthumes and Prof. Ho'jler.

PALACKY, Frantisek. Documenta Mag. joannis Hus vitam, doc

trinam, causam illustrantia. v PALACKY, Frantisek. Urkundliche Beitrage zur Geschichte des Hussitenkrieges.

RICl-IENTHAL, Ulrich von. Chronik des Constanzer Concils. Herausgegeben von Michael Richard Buck.

RIEZLER, Sigmund. Die literarischen Widersacher der Papste.
SOHWAB, Dr. Johann Baptist. johannes Gerson.

SCRIPTORES RERUM BOHEMIOARUM. Cura et impensis regiae Societatis Scientarium Bohemicae.

STITNY, Tomas. Besedni Reci (Learned Entertainments), ed. Hattala.

STITNY, Tomas. O obecnyeh vecech krestanskych (Of general Christian matters), ed. Erben.

SYLvrus, Aeneas. Historia Bohemica.

THEOBALDUS, M. Zacharias. Hussitenkrieg, darinen begrifi’en Das Leben, die Lehr, der Todt M. ]. Hussi.

TOMEK, Professor Wacslaw Wladiwoj. Dejepis Mesta Prahy (History of the town Of Prague).

TOMEK, Professor Wacslaw Wladiwoj. Deje university Prazske (History of the university Of Prague).

TOMEK, Professor Wacslaw Wladiwoj. ] an Zizka.

Tosri, Don Luigi. Geschichte des Konzilimns von Konstanz.

TSCHACKERT, Dr. Paul. Peter von Ailli.

VESTNIK CESKE AKADEMIE (Yearbook of the Bohemian Academy).

VESTNIK CESKE SPOLECNOSTI NAUK (Joumal of the Bohemian Society of Sciences).

VYBOR z LITERATURY CESKE (Selections from Bohemian Literature).

WESSENBERG, J. H. v. Die grossen Kirohenversammlungen des 1516” und 16ten jahrhunderts.

WINTER, Dr. Zikmund. Zioot cirkevni v beohach (Church life in Bohemia).

WINTER, Dr. Zikmund. Deje vysokych skol Prazskych (History of the high schools (university) of Prague).

WINTER, Dr. Zikmund. 0 2ivote na vysokych skolach Pragskych (Life at the high schools (university) of Prague).

WORKMAN, Herbert B. M. A The Dawn of Reformation. The Age of Hus.

WRATISLAW, 'Rev. A. H., MA. The Native Literature of Bohemia in the Fourteenth Century.

WRATISLAW, Rev. A. H., M.A. john Hus.

I have given the names of these works as they are printed on the title-pages, adding an English translation only of those names which in the original are in Bohemian.


ADAMITES, sect of fanatics, their orgies,
335; “ turlupins " of France their
forerunners, 335; destroyed by Zizka,
336; have been ignorantly identified
with the church-reformers, 336

Albert, Duke of Austria, succeeds Sigis-
mund as King of Bohemia, 343

Albert of Unicov, elected Archbishop of
Prague, 138; his early life, 138

Albik, Archbishop of Prague, resigns his
office, 158; his traffic in ecclesiastical
dignities, 158; royal commissioner at
church conference, 162

Alexander V., Pope, 109; bull issued by
against heretical preachers, 114

Anna, or Anezka, of Stitny, 41, 71

Answer to the Writings of Stanislas, by
Hus, 192, 193 .

Antioch, Patriarch of, his answer to the
Bohemian nobles, 226

Appeal from the Pope to Iesus Christ, by
Hus, 189, 190

Basel, General Council at, 341; Compacts
accepted by, 341; and signed, 342

Benedict XIII., Pope (see Church,
schism in)

Bernard of Citta di Castello, appointed
by Council of Constance to report on
Hus, 207

Bethlehem Chapel, in Prague, founded
for preaching in the national language,
69; Hus appointed preacher, 69;
account of, 70, 71; attack on, 150;
famed for its singing, 279

Bible, reading of and devotion to among
the Bohemian reformers, 3, 15, 26, 38,

' '46, 332; Bohemian translations of,


Bila Hora, battle of, 313, 321, 346

Bohemia, its connection with the Eastern
Church, 9, 10; persecution in 1620,
10; becomes part of the domain of
the Western Church, 11; its state of
semi-independence, 11; sides with the
German Emperors, 12; increasing
power of Rome in, 12, 13; ill conduct
of the clergy of, 13, 14; connection
of reform movement with national
movement in, 17; efforts of the
Emperor Charles IV. to reform the
clergy in, 21; Hus's sermon on condi-


'more revolutionary, 314;

tion of, 68; Germans in, 72, 73; intel-
lectual advance of in the beginning of
the fifteenth century, 73; its attitude
towards the Schism, 95; liberty
granted to the Bohemians in the
university by King Venceslas, 98, 99;
reform movement in, an indigenous
one, 125; synod of Bohemian clergy
in, 157, 159—161; fails to restore peace,
162; further religious warfare in, 164,
165; its evil fame as a heretical
country, 167; the religious upheaval
in, horror of simony a chief factor in,
174; nobles of, send remonstrances
about Hus's imprisonment, 205, 206;
anxiety concerning Hus in, 218;
efforts of the nobles at intervention,
219, 222—226; succeed in obtaining
the promise of a public hearing for
Hus, 226; further remonstrances
from, to Sigismund, 242; Hus’s letter
to the nation, 245—247; his further
letters to the Bohemians, 250—254;
last messages to his friends in, 256;
national language of, Hus's desire to
preserve, 273—275; racial antipathy
between Bohemians and Germans in,
275; question of language still promi-
nent in, 276; Hus‘s effort to introduce
church-song in the vernacular, 281;
women of, staunch adherents of Hus,
281; relations of with England, 283;
rejoicings of national party at King
Vladislav's victory at Tannenberg,
284; indignation in at Hus's death,
314; national movement in becomes
protest of
the nobles forwarded to the Council,
314, 315; confederation of nobles for
the defence of liberty, 315, 316;
hostile confederation of nobles in, 316;
council appoints John the “iron " to
suppress heresy in, 319; Taborite
movement in, 322; death of the king,
323; short-lived Romanist reaction in,
325; Pope proclaims crusade against,
326; anger of people at this and Sigis-
mund's cruelty, 327; national uprising
in, 320; iconoclasm and cruelty of
people, 328; in possession of the Hus-
sites, 331; development of Hus's
doctrines in, 331; fall of democracy in

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