Mar. 29, 1712

Decretal order (regarding Samuel Bendix, protected Jew in Berlin, supplicant), issued by Friedrich I, King of Prussia [Present-day Germany]: “Whereas His Royal Majesty in Prussia etc., our most merciful Lord, does not wish that the Jews irrevocably bring into their possession the homes of Christians; therefore, the supplicant cannot be permitted the purchase of the house in question.”
Mylius, Christian Otto (ed.). Corpus Constitutionum Marchicarum, Oder Königl. Preußis. und Churfürstl. Brandenburgische in der Chur- und Marck Brandenburg, auch incorporirten Landen publicirte und ergangene Ordnungen, Edicta, Mandata, Rescripta etc. [Collected Laws of the Mark, or Royal Prussian and Prince-Electoral Brandenburgian Ordinances, Edicts, Mandates, Rescripts etc., Published and Ordained in the Electorate and Mark Brandenburg, as well as Incorporated Lands]. Buchladen des Waysenhauses: Berlin, 1737. Vol. 2, Col. 151. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 9/26/2019