Glatz Jacob

Glatz Jacob, a Protestant clergyman of Hungary, was born in 1776 at Poprad, studied theology at the university of Jena, became in 1797 professor at Schnepfenthal, in 1804 professor at the Protestant school of Vienna, in 1805 minister of the Lutheran congregation in the same city, resigned in 1826, and died in 1831 at Pressburg, He wrote numerous juvenile books, which appeared in many editions; also several pedagogical works. He edited the Annalen der ostreich. Literatur, the Evangelisch-christliche Gesangbuch, and an agenda (Kirchenagende) which was introduced into the Protestant congregations of Austria. — Wenrich, J. Glatz, eine biograph. Skizze (Vienna, 1834).

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