Mar. 8, 1763

“Edict” issued by the Senate of Frankfurt [Present-day Germany; Free Imperial City of Frankfurt/Holy Roman Empire]: “[…] no one, this includes inn-keepers, is to accommodate foreign Jews during or outside of the annual markets, without exception […] protected Jews are never to accommodate/host any foreign Jews without the permission of the Schatzungsamt* […]” [Researcher’s note: The above edict of the Senate is addressed to the population in general, except the parts translated here, which are addressed to specifically Jews. *Schatzungsamt was the office that handled taxes and oversaw a registry which controlled the number of foreigners in the domain.]
Ausführliche Abhandlung von den berümten [sic] zwoen Reichsmessen so in der Reichsstadt Frankfurt am Main jährlich gehalten werden. (Extensive treatise regarding the famous two Imperial-fairs which are held annually in the Imperial City of Frankfurt am Main); (1765); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 3/21/2020