Feb. 21, 1680

“Rescript to the Bailiff of Lonicerus” issued by Duke Frederick I of Prussia [Duchy of Prussia / Present-day Germany, Poland, Czech Republic]: “Lonicerus is prohibited from allowing Jews to trade with their foreign counterparts as long as the plague sweeps through Bohemia and other countries. No Jew is allowed to travel to any area under suspicion. Jews who reside in Berlin from infected places are to report [to the authorities] immediately.  Those who refuse are to lose their privileges and to be removed from the country. Unprotected Jews are to leave the city and country within two days [of the edict].”
Stern, Selma: Der Preussische Staat und die Juden, Vol. 1. (The Prussian State and the Jews) (1962) p. 49-50, Berliner Staats Archiv R 21-207 a 2 b, Accessed online; Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 12/3/2015