Oct. 30, 1832

“Royal Court Chancellery Decree” (‘Hofkanzleydekret’) issued by the Royal Court Chancellery [Austrian Empire; Present-day Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, etc.]: “[…] 14) The Jews shall not allow themselves (dare to give themselves permission) to get involved in the [business] matters of the royal/imperial merchants (‘Reichskaufleute’), and to neither represent together with the diplomats of the ottoman empire nor through any other powerful arrangement/mediation a courtier (‘Sensalen’) or negotiator/sub-dealer/emissary (‘Unterhändler’), except if they are voluntarily admitted by the royal imperial businessmen (‘k. k. Kaufleuten’) to such service. However, if the Jews conspire traitorously to cause harm to the royal imperial businessmen, because they were not called/chosen be in the service of a courtier […] they are to be punished severely as an example to others. […]”
Oesterreichische Gewebs- und Handelsgesetzkunde mit vorzüglicher Rücksicht auf das Erzherzogthum Oesterreich und der Ens. Von Joh. Ludwig Ehrenreich Grafen von Barth-Barthenheim. Neunter Band. (Wien; 1846); (Austrian Business and Commercial laws with exquisite/special consideration/emphasis on Archduchy of Austrian and the Ens. By Joh. Ludwig Ehrenreich Count von Barth-Barthenheim. Ninth volume. (Vienna; 1846); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 8/24/2018