Jan. 14, 1747

“Jews prohibited to stay in Christian homes” decree of the Lower-Austrian government to the general judges of the suburbs of Vienna [Archdukedom of Austria / Present-day Austria]: “[…] all home owners are ordered in all seriousness that henceforth, no Jew, is allowed to stay in a Christian home, no matter who he is, let alone stay over night without the specific authorization of the government, whether he has a ‘passing permit’ (Passierzettel) or not, much less to stay for a while or overnight […] and they along with those home owners are to be reported to the judges and to be arrested [… the judges are to] report them to the Councils and Commissionaires [if they fail to do this] both judges and home owners are to be held accountable.”
Braumüller, Wilhelm: Urkunden und Akten zur Geschichte der Juden in Wien. Erste Abteilung. Allgemeiner Teil 1526-1847. Erster Band. (Wien) 1918; p. 329 ff., Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 3/22/2016