Schmaltz, Moritz Ferdinand

Schmaltz, Moritz Ferdinand doctor of theology, born in 1785 at Stolpen, near Dresden, was first pastor in Wehlen. In 1816 he was called as evangelical minister and member of consistory to Vienna, where he remained till 1819, when he was called to the pastorate in Neustadt, Dresden, which position he occupied until 1833, when he was called to become the head pastor of St. Jacobi in Hamburg, where he died, Feb. 15, 1860. Schmaltz published a great many sermons, which make a library in themselves. See Zuchold, Bibl. Theolog. 2, 1149 sq.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Literatur, 1, 75; Hagenbach, Hist. of Doctrines, 2, 210, 212. (B.P.)

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