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Wilsnack, 77; becomes less friendly
to Hus, 80; letter from Hus to, 80, 81;
supporter of the rival Pope Gregory,
95; signs a decree against Hus, 96;
opposes the king‘s wishes, and retires
from Prague, 108; brings further
accusations against Hus, 111, 112;
his embassy to Alexander V., 113; in
accordance with papal hull orders
destruction of Wyclifie’s works and
forbids heretical preaching, 115; burns
the books and excommunicates Hus,
117; ordered by king to refund the
value of the books and refuses, 130;
some of his property confiscated, 130;
places Prague under an interdict, 13o;
thinks it politic to make peace with
the king, 132; his dispute with Hus
is settled by arbitration, 132—134;
renewed bitterness between, 134;
retires from Prague, 135; his threaten-
ing letter to the king, and death, 135,

136

Zdenek of Laboun, Provost of All Saints,
royal commissioner at the church con-
ference in Prague, 162

Zizka, John, of Trocnov, 206, 312; leads
attack on town hall of Prague, 323;
leads the Taborites against Prague,
324, 325; to the help of Prague, 329;
his political and religious views, 334,
335; his devotion to Hus's memory,
335; defeats Sigismund at Nebovid,
338; joins the extreme Taborites, 338;
defeats the Calixtines at Horic, 339;
and at Kralove Hradec and Malesov,
339; at the meeting at “ Spitalske
pole," 339; leads the united Hussites
on a last campaign, 339; marches
against Moravia, is attacked by plague
and dies, 340

Zmrzlik, Peter, meeting of contending
Hussites in house of, 337, 338

Zrcadlo Hn'ehuv (Mirror of Sin), by Hus,
174

Waldhauser, Conrad, Augustine monk,

effect of his preaching in Prague, 21,
22; comes into collision with the
mendicant friars, 22, 23; summoned to
appear before the archiepiscopal
court, 23; declines the legate's sum-
mons to a disputation, 24; his reply
to his accusers, 24, 25; King Charles's
favour towards, 25; his death, 25

White Mountain, see Bila Hora

Wiche, Richard, his letter to Hus, 126,
127

William of Occam, 5; his views concern-
ing the secular power of the pope, 9

Wilsnack, Hus sent to investigate the
supposed miracles performed at, 77, 78

Witold, Duke of Lithuania, elected
King of Bohemia, 338

Women of Bohemia, their joining in
church singing derided by the prelacy,
281; their resentment at the evil life
of the latter, 281; their fervent ad-
herence to Hus, 281

Wycliffe, indebtedness of Hus to exag-
gerated, 17—21, 109, 110; Hus studies
his works, 74; I-l'iibner’s “ articles"
against, 74; translation of work of
his by Hus, 83; strange tale concern-
ing, 109, 110; his writings burnt, 115,
117; all his works declared heretical,
157; pronouncement of Council of
Constance against, 222; endeavours
made to prove Hus’s identity of views
with at the former's trial, 233, 238;
his character compared with that of
Hus, 278

Zabarella, Cardinal, appointed to ex-
amine Hus, 221; at Hus's trial, 260
Zbynek, Archbishop of Prague, 76; his
efforts to improve the moral conduct
of the clergy, 76; appoints Hus
preacher t0 the synod, 76; appoints
him to inquire into the Holy Blood of

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