Nov. 15, 1752

“Announcement/Circular” (‘Ausschreiben’) issued by the Government of Brunswick-Lüneburg [Present-day Germany]: “After numerous authorities have up until now issued foreign Jews who have newly arrived passports for the continuation of their travels with the excuse that these Jews have arrived with good/proper passports, that is why the issuance of such passports has been prohibited and simultaneously, it is ordered that such passports should be revoked from foreign Jews and sent to the government for further regulations. […]”
Churfürstliche Braunschweig-Lüneburgische Landes-Gesetz und Verordnung Calenbergischen und Grubenhagenschen Theils in einem Auszug nach alphabetischer Ordnung gebracht von Friedrich Christoph Willich, der Rechte Doctor, und Actuarius der Georg-August Universität. Zweiter Band H-O. (State Laws and Ordinances of the Prince-Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg pertaining to Calenberg and Grubenhagen in one draft and in alphabetical order complied by Friedrich Christoph Willich, PhD in Law and Actuarius of Georg-August University. Second Volume. H – O.); (Göttingen/Dessau; 1782)); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 12/1/2019