Plea of Jewish merchants of Sombor for obtaining new rights
|Title||Plea of Jewish merchants of Sombor for obtaining new rights|
|Subject||Jewish merchants of Sombor, The Government of the Free Royal City of Sombor, Jewish Community, Sombor, trade|
|Description||City merchants and Jewish sellers humbly ask that a member be introduced into the privileges of the Association of City Merchants, which would allow them to engage in Jewish trade as well, and that an appropriate persmission be issued to them.|
|Creator||Jewish merchants of Sombor|
|Publisher||Historical archive Sombor|
|Contributor||Jewish merchants of Sombor|
|Date||April 8th 1829|
|Coverage||Free Royal City of Sombor, April 1829|
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|Amplissime Magistratus, Domini singulariter colendissimi!
E Benignis gremiali mercantili Societati recenter clementissime collatis Privilegiis, articulum de quastus, ac commercii per Judaicos gremiales questores et mercatores in gremiali civitate qualiter exercendi, atque apertos fornices tenendi facultate sonantem – in vidimatis sub authentico paribus pro nostri directione nobis extradandum gratiose disponi, humillime supplicamus atque affatim expertis gratiosis favoribus devoti perquam profunde venerationis cum cultu perseveramus. Zomborini die 8. aprilis 1829.
Judaici quastores ac mercatores huiates
Ad Amplissimum Libere atque Regie Civitatis Zombor Magistratum – dominos Singulariter colendissimos
Gremiales judaici quastores ac mercatores sibi articulum e Benigni gremialis mercantilis Societatis Privilegiis de mercatura hic loci per Judaos exercenda sonantem in vidimatis paribus extradandum disponi, humillime exorant.
|Exalted Magistrate, respcted gentlemen!
Since the city's Association of Traders recently received privileges by a generous decision, we kindly ask that those measures be introduced into the existing decrees, which would give the right to members of the our Jewish community and their traders and sellers to trade and keep open stalls. We humbly ask you to issue us a permission that would generously allow us these rights as well. Always at your service and with deep respect, in Sombor on April 8, 1829.
Of the Exalted Magistrate
Jewish sellers and merchants of this city
To the Exalted Magistrate of the free royal city of Sombor, respected gentleman
City merchants and Jewish sellers humbly ask that a member be introduced into the privileges of the Association of City Merchants, which would allow them to engage in Jewish trade as well, and that an appropriate persmission be issued to them.