Rome was losing its hold over the mind of northern Europe outside the limits of the land of Huss and Ziska.
Three proctors appeared for Dr. Huss before cardinal Colonna.
In Huss, the German for goose, we may recognise the oose without its adjectival ‘g’.
On the 4th of July, Dr. Huss was brought for the last time before the council.
He quotes Huss as stating that no one is free from this worm in Finland.
We learn of them again, too, among the Bohemian brethren, the followers of Huss.
It was with unruffled self-possession that Huss gave himself to martyrdom.
The guides indicated the spot where Huss stood when sentenced to be burned to death.
Jerome of Prague, a follower of Huss who was burnt for heresy in 1416.
Sigismund returned to Constance, and Huss remained a prisoner.