Nov. 11, 1746

“Ordinance” issued by King Fredrick II of Prussia [Prussia / Present-day Germany, Poland, Lithuania]: “In response to the ordinance from March 28, it is decided that 1) only Jews who have a valid ‘Privilege’ are to be accepted as citizens. 2) after the death of the father, the ‘Privilege” is to be transferred to the first child; however, the second child is allowed to remain in the country as a protected Jews. The title (‘Privilege’) can be transferred to nearest oldest children, should the older die. However, if the first two children die after the death of the father, the privilege cannot be transferred to any of the other siblings. 3) no additional children [other than the first two] are to be accepted/admitted [in the land]. 4) it’s left up to the father to decide which of this two children are to inherit the ‘Privilege.’ 5) To ensure that the issue pertaining to the inheritance [of the ‘Privilege’] are secured, the Advisors Manitius, v. Reinhardt and v. Ziegler are to meet with the Commission to go over the tables again to note any potential discrepancy or duplicates.”
Stern, Selma: Der Preussische Staat und die Juden, Dritter Teil, 2. Akten, 1. Halbband  (The Prussian State and the Jews) (1971) p. 182, Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 12/30/2015