Dec. 22, 1814

“Royal Court Chancellory Decree” issued by the Austrian Royal Court [Present-day Austria; Austrian Empire]: “[…] The temporary permission given to Jews as an exception this past year to engage in the grain delivery business is to be done away with again; therefore, the general prohibition is to come (back) into effect which excludes/prohibits Jews from trading with grain.” [Researcher’s note: The permission and then the repeated prohibition to grain with grain were made public via a number of laws issued by the Austrian government. In fact, Jews were permitted to trade with grain again via the Royal Court Decree #36949 issued on November 25, 1819; and made public via a governmental decree (‘Gubernialdekret’) on December 10 of the same year.]
Auszug aller im Königreiche Böhmen bestehenden Verordnungen und Gesetze nach Johann Roths Advokaten und Justiziärs der k. k. Staatsherrschaften Kotieschau and Kladrau, unter buchstäblichen gereihten Aufschriften der Gegenstände nach der Zeitfolge verfassten Sammlung neu aufgelegt, verbessert und vermehrt durch Johann Blaseck, k. k. Rath, Unterthansadvokaten und Fiskaladjunkten im Königreiche Böhmen. Fünfter Theil. Von Gef bis kirsch.; (Prag; 1817); (Abstracts of all existing regulations and laws in the Kingdom of Bohemia according to Johann Roth’s, advocate/attorney and justice/council of the r[oyal] i[mperial] sovereignties [Chotieschau] and Kladruby, newly reissued collection in alphabetical and chronological order, improved and augmented by Johann Blaseck, r[oyal] i[mperial] council of subjects (prosecutor) and fiscal adjunct in the Kingdom of Bohemia. Fifth part. From Gef to kirsch); (Prague; 1817); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 4/18/2019