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Demnach der Allerhöchste, deme dessentwegen sonderheitlich unendlicher Danck gebühret, die Kriegs-Gefährlichkeit, welche Einen HochEdlen und HochWeisen Rath allhier, und zwar meistens auf höchste Recommendationes und Fürbitt, einigen Juden Familien in hiesiger Stadt, die Beywohnung und Schutz ein- und andereres Jahr her, zu gestatten bewogen haben, von hiesiger Nachbarschafft allerdings vollkommen abgewendet ist ...

Author/Creator:
Augsburg (Germany). Rat.
Publication:
[Augsburg : s.n., 1745]
Format/Description:
Book
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 44 cm.
Fingerprint:
5.h, n.r- g,e. e-ud (S) 1745 (Q)
Subjects:
Jews -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Germany -- Augsburg -- Early works to 1800.
Jews -- Germany -- History -- 1096-1800 -- Early works to 1800.
Jews -- Germany -- Augsburg -- History -- Early works to 1800.
Jews -- Commerce -- Germany -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Germany Augsburg.
Notes:
Decree forbidding commerce with Jews, issued on the same day (and in much the same language) as a decree expelling all Jews from the city of Augsburg. Cf. Archiv des Ju̇̈dischen Museums Berlin Inv.-Nr. 1999/284/2 and Inv.-Nr. 2009/164/0.
Title from beginning of text.
Text dated at end: Decretum im Gebottenen Rath, den 26. Oct. 1745.
Broadside.
Vertical chain lines.
Initial.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Gershwind/Bennett Endowed Fund for Judaica Collections.
Acquired for the Penn Libraries in 2013.
Penn Libraries copy mended on verso along previous central fold; small hole in center of head margin.
Penn Chronology:
1745
Contributor:
Gershwind/Bennett Endowed Fund for Judaica Collections.
OCLC:
870642960
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