Jul. 3, 1713

“Royal High-Administrative Ordinance” (‘königl. Ober-Ambtliche Verordnung’) issued by Francis Louis* [Present-day Czech Republic, Germany, Poland; Duchies of Silesia]: “[…] We, Franz Ludwig […] order that it shall be free to anyone to denounce/report (‘denunciren’) Jews without toleration[-permits], who are in the country against current patents (in violation of current laws) […] and that the denouncer is not to be kept a secret, but is to be rewarded with half of the [collected] fine […] This we wish to order you […] herewith [and to make public and to enforce …]” [Researcher’s note: *Francis Louis (‘Franz Ludwig’) of Palatinate-Neuburg was bishop and archbishop of numerous dioceses and prince-elector on the Holy Roman Empire, and Hochmeister/grand-master of the Teutonic Order.]
Continuation derer käyser- und königlichen Privilegien, Statuen und Sanctionum Pragmaticuarum des Landes Schlesien. Mit allergnädigsterh Käyser- und königl. Bewilligung dem gemeinen Wesen zum Besten zusammen getragen. Dritter Theil. (Breslau; 1728); (Continuation of imperial and royal privileges, statutes, and sanctions of [the land] Silesia. With the most gracious imperial and royal permission assembled to the best of ability for the common good. Third part.) (Wroclaw; 1728); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 4/12/2020