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Frankenhausen, battle of, 160, 165

Frederick of Silesia, favourable to Anabaptists, 152

Freiburg, University of, 27 sq., 67

Freiburg in Switzerland, 54

Friends, 17

Froschauer. See Sorg

Fuggers, the, of Augsburg, 39

Füsslin, Swiss reformer and historian, and the Anabaptists, 22; account of Hübmaier-Zwingli debate, 127

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Glaidt, Oswald, reformer at Nikolsburg, 150

Göschel, Martin, becomes an Anabaptist, 150

Grebel, Conrad, radical leader at Zürich, 65; rebukes Münzer, 107; visits Waldshut, 113; sprinkles Blaurock, 143; immerses Uliman, ib.; baptizes at St. Gall, 133

Greisenstein, castle of, 223

Gynoræus, Peter, Swiss reformer, Zwingli's letter to, 125 sq.

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Hatzer, Ludwig, Anabaptist preacher, slanderous charges against, 21; alleged anti-Trinitarian theories, 184

Hofmeister, Sebastian, Swiss reformer, present at Hübmaier-Zwingli debate, 125; on baptism of infants, 127; debates with Hübmaier,

"Householder" among Moravian Anabaptists, 251

Hübmaier, Balthasar, Life of: birth, 24; parentage, 25; early training, 26; matriculates at Freiburg, 27; first residence at Schaffhausen, 29, 30; takes Master's degree, 27, 32; praised by Eck, 28; eulogizes Eck, ib.; love of controversy, 32; follows Eck to Ingolstadt, 33; Doctor in Theology, 34; university preacher, 35; vice-rector, 36; chief preacher at Regensburg, 37; leads anti-Jewish movement, 38 sq.; defends clergy at Augsburg, 41; discreditable conduct, 43; chalpain of the "beauteous Mary," 44; part in the pilgrimages, 45; troubles with the clergy, 47; leaves Regensburg, 49; repute there, 50; pastor at Waldshut, 51; studies the Scriptures, 53; visits Switzerland, 54; reads Luther's tracts, 55; recalled to Regensburg, ib.; returns to Waldshut, 56; friend of Swiss reformers, 57; takes part in second Zürich Disputation, 57-65; speech on supremacy of Scriptures, 58 sq.; against images, 60 sq.; against the mass, 63 sq.; spelling of his name, 66 sq.; publishes eighteen theses, 60-71; institutes reforms in Waldshut, 72; marries Elizabeth Hügline, 73; opposition of clergy, 74; his expulsion demanded, 75; invited to Regensburg and response, 77, 78; accused of Lutheranism, 79; refuses to appear at Constance, 80;