Walenburg, Peter and Adrian
Walenburg, Peter and Adrian two brothers, born at Rotterdam in the 17th century, who abandoned their country and their religion and lived at Cologne. The first was a titular bishop in Mysia, and suffragan to Cologne the other was the titular bishop to Adrianople, and suffragan to Mayence. Their works consist chiefly of controversial pieces against the Protestants, and were printed together under the title of Fratrum Walenburgicorum Opera (1670, 2 vols. fol.). — Mosheim, Hist. of the Church, bk. 4 cent. 17 § 2, pt. 1, ch. 1.