Letters of John Huss Written During His Exile and Imprisonment/Letter 56, To his faithful Friend Ledertz

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LETTER LVI., AND THE LAST.[1]

 

TO HIS FAITHFUL FRIEND LEDERTZ.

 

Seignior Ledertz, my faithful friend, you, Dame Margaret, and all of you who love me, may God bestow on you all his riches, for the great trouble you have taken, and for the many favours that I have received at your hands! Dear and faithful Master Christian, may God be with you! Master Martin, my disciple, forget not the faithful manner in which I taught you the word of God! Master Nicholas, Peter, the priest of the Lord, the King, the masters and heads of the University, preserve faithfully God's word! May Gallus preach it, and all of you, my beloved, listen attentively to it, and guard it in your hearts!

 

END OF JOHN HUSS’S LETTERS.

 
  1. Hist, et Monum. Johann. Huss, Epist. xxv.