Aug. 10, 1715

“Ejusdem Order” issued [Frederick] Augustus III of Poland [Present-day Czech Republic, Germany, Poland etc.; Kingdom of Bohemia]: “We, Fredrick Augustus (‘Friedrich Augustus’), King of Polen, […] Duke of Saxony, [….] have decided, due to the perceived increase of the contagion-evil [outlines the manner in which people and merchandize that come across the borders are to be dealt with]. Jews and beggars are especially to be turned away, even if they have the necessary passports/permits […]” [Researcher’s note: The above mandate is mainly addressed to foreigners in general, especially, those coming from areas suspected to affected by the contagion; except the translated parts, which pertain to only Jews.]
Codex Augusteus, Oder Neuvermehrtes Corpus Juris Saxonici, Worinnen die in dem Churfürstenthum Sachsen und dazu gehörigen Landen, auch denen Marggrafthümern Ober- und Nieder-Lausitz, publicirte und ergangene Constitutiones, Decisiones, Mandata und Verordnungen erhaltenen, nebst einem Elencho, dienlichen Summarien und vollkommenen Registern, mit Ihrer königlichen Majestät in Polen, als Churfürstens zu Sachsen, allergnädigster Bewilligung ans Licht gegeben und in richtige Ordnung gebracht von Johann Christian Lünig. (Codex Augustus, or newly augmented legal body/laws of Saxony, those of the Electorate of Saxony and its associated territories, as well as the margraviates of Upper and Lower Lusatia – issued and published constitutions, decisions, mandates, and received ordinances, along with an elenchus, useful summaries and complete indexes, with the most gracious permission of His Royal Majesty in Poland as Elector of Saxony, given light and brought into proper order by Johann Christian Lünig.); (Leipzig; 1724); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 2/11/2020