Oct. 15, 1824

Ordinance, issued by the Interior Ministry of Prussia [Present-day Germany]: “The recent ordinances issued in the Kingdom of Poland, prohibiting the Jews there from bartending and butchering, give rise to the concern that several of them might attempt to sneak into Prussian territory, in order to withdraw themselves from such a bothersome order to which they are not accustomed. The [Prussian] royal government offices are therefore ordered to take all necessary measures to prevent the surreptitious entry of Polish Jews into our states; wherever such entries should be encountered in spite of this, the deportation and removal of the contravening Jews is to be facilitated with appropriate force.”
Kletke, M.G. (ed.). Organisation des Judenwesens im Großherzogthum Posen (Organization of Jewish Affairs in the Grand Duchy of Posen). Heymann: Berlin, 1843. Page 290. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 4/14/2020