Jun. 20, 1329

“Order” issued by Emperor Louis IV (Ludwig der Bayer) [Present-day Germany; Free Imperial City of Frankfurt and Wetterau]: “[…] We authorize the city and the citizens of Frankfurt to take possession of all the nearby belongings/possessions of the kingdom, whether they may be custom fees (Zolle), weights/scales, Jews, taxes, or the Bornheim courts. Until their redemption by Us or Our successor, the city is to own and utilize the aforementioned for their own benefit. […]”
UB Frankfurt 2, Nr. 350, S. 260 f.; Codex Diplomaticus Moenofrancofurtanus, S. 498; UB zur Geschichte der Herren von Hanau 2, Nr. 337, S. 315 f.; MGH, Const. 6, 1, Nr. 593, S. 495; (“Certificate Book 2, No. 350, p. 260 f.; Diplomatic Codex of Moenofrancofurtanus, p. 498; Certificate Book on the History of the Lords of Hanau 2, No. 337, p. 315 f.; Monuments of Germanic History, Constitution 6, 1, No. 593, p. 495”); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 4/23/2017