ca. 1789

“Jewish Emancipation Delayed” [France] [Unconfirmed]

Commentary from Other Sources:
1) Jews, as well as other non-Catholic minorities, should have been granted citizenship automatically b the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens of August 26, 1789.  Nevertheless, full emancipation was delayed another two years: Protestants were granted citizenship in December 1789; the Sephardi Jews of southwestern France in June 1790.  And the Ashkenazi Jews of Alsace and Lorraine only in September 1791.
Levy, Richard (Editor): Anti-Semitism – A Historical Encyclopedia of Prejudice and Persecution (Volume 1, A-K); (Santa Barbara; 2005)