Jun. 29, 1767

“Instruction” of the Government of the Electorate of Saxony [Present-day Germany; Electorate of Saxony]: “[…] 37) Furthermore, Jews who travel by post [carriage] are prohibited to leave anything with another Jews or anyone else or face confiscation [of the items] before they have reported it to the authorities and established legality; those (Jews) traveling by foot are not to enter/walk into any houses […]. 38) They must also at the time of their arrival show to posses an appropriate amount of money and deposit […] which is to be entered into their gate-papers (entry-papers); otherwise they are to be stopped. […]”
D. Johann Nicolaus Schwarzens, Rechtskonsulentens zu Dresden, Wörterbuch, über die Chursächsischen, auch Ober- und Nieder-Lausitzischen Gesetze, bus zum Jahre 1792. Erster Theil. Von A bis D. (“D. Johann Nicolaus Schwarzen’s legal-counsel to Dresden, Dictionary regarding the laws of the Electorate of Saxony as well as Upper and Lower-Lusatia until the year 1792. First Section.”); (Dresden; 1792); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 12/15/2019