RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoSion L40.2/L16
Extent300 ff.
TitlePROTESTANT CHURCH IN HUNGARY
Datelate 17th century
Description'Narratio brevis de oppressa libertate Hungaricarum ecclesiarum' [by Kocsi Csergo Balint (1647-1698)].
An account of the persecution of the Reformed Church in Hungary during the reign of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I (1640-1705).
Written by Balint in 1676, after his release from the galleys. See f. 299r: 'Scribebam anno reperatae salutis 1676 die 25 Novembris'.
LanguageLatin
FindingAidsNew description by Richard Palmer, 2014
PhysicalDescriptionBound in plain card covers, 224 x 178 mm.
Paper leaves.
CustodialHistoryAmongst books and manuscripts received by Sion College as a bequest from Thomas Bray (1656-1730) on 20 Feb. 1729/30 (See Sion L40.2/E96, f. 210r).
A list of the manuscripts and printed books bequeathed to Sion College by Bray is also included in [Samuel Smith], 'Publick spirit illustrated in the life and designs of the Reverend Thomas Bray', 2nd edition (London, 1808), pp. 100-120.
Transferred from Sion College to Lambeth Palace Library, 1996.
RelatedMaterialAnother copy is included in Sion L40.2/L17.

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