Sept. 23, 1693

“Rescript” issued by the Senate of Leipzig [Present-day Germany]: “Jews who visit the fair in Leipzig may neither be permitted to attend/celebrate Sukkot or the Sabbath and everything that goes with that, nor other such infuriating things and idol-worship. […]” [Researcher’s note: Sukkot, also commonly known as Feast of the Tabernacles or Festival of In-gatherings is an important Jewish holiday.]
D. Joh. Gottfr. Schaumburgs Einleitung zum Sächsischen Rechte, Zweyter Theil, worinnen besonders die Jura Majestatica des Churfürsten zu Sachsen, in Ansehung seiner Unterthanen, vorgetragen werden. (D. Joh. Gottfr. Schaumburg’s introduction to Saxon law, part two, in which – especially, royal/imperial laws of the Electorate of Saxony are presented with regards to its subjects.); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 3/19/2020