May 24, 1729

“Writ” issued by Duke Eberhard Ludwig of Württemberg [Duchy of Württemberg; Present-day Germany]: “By the grace of God, Eberhard Ludwig, Duke of Württemberg and Teck […] Dear faithfuls! Even though We have ordered in all earnestness with our General-Ordinance of November 2, 1706, regarding the trade and business dealings of Our subjects with the Jews […] and that there shall be no business and trade dealings between Christians and Jews, except during the public markets, We have noticed with displeasure that the formerly issued constitutions are being disregarded […] and that dealings and trade between Jews and Christians occur even on holy Sundays […] that is why we order herewith again that none of our subjects may borrow anything from Jews, or to deal/trade with them […] in any shape or form – […] (except during public market days …] and never during Sundays and Holy-days. […].” [Researcher’s note: The above text has been abbreviated to fit the allocated space. The full text can be found in the cited source.]
Sammlung der württembergischen Gerichts-Gesetze. Von Chr. H. Ricke, Rechts-Consulent in Stuttgart. Dritter Theil. Enthaltend bis dritte Riehe der Gerichts-Gesetze vom Jahr 1654 bis zum Jahr 1805. (Collection of court/legal laws of Württemberg. By Chr. H. Ricke, Legal-Consultant in Stuttgart. Third part. Contains all first three rows of the court/legal laws starting 1654 until 1805.); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 1/4/2020