Hirsch, Carl Christian

Hirsch, Carl Christian a German theologian, was born at Hersbruck October 20,1704. He studied at Altorf, Leipzig, and other universities, and went to the theological seminary at Nuremberg in 1729. He entered the ministry in 1734, and in 1740 was appointed deacon of Lorenz Church at Nuremberg. He died Feb.

27, 1754. His works are: Hadriani Pontii Historiae Libri rariomres: — Venerab. Agnetis Blamabeck in Vita et Revelationes (Frankf. and Leip. 1735): — Catechismus Histo:rice (Nurnb. 1752, 8vo): — Lebensbeschreib. aller Geistlichen Niirnbergs (continued by Wüffel and Waldau, published 'in 1756-1785, 4to): to this work he devoted his time mainly. He also wrote a number of monographs inserted in the Acta Histor. eccles. and in the Acta Scholast. of Nuremberg. Jocher, Gelehrt. Lex. Append. 2, 2021; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé 24, 793; Döring, Gelehrt. Theol. Deutschl. 1, 738.

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