Sept. 13, 1790

Decree, issued by the state government of Bohemia [Present-day Czech Republic]: “Jews who come to Prague on business for some time shall never stay in Christian houses, but always in the Jewish quarter, where the necessary inns are located; therefore, no Jew entering Prague from the countryside shall receive shelter in any Christian inns.”
Engelmayr, Anton. Unterthans-Verfassung des Königreiches Böhmen. Erster Theil (Constitution for the Subjects of the Kingdom of Bohemia. Part One). Sollinger: Vienna, 1830. Page 353. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 3/16/2020