Printed order by the King regarding travel documents for the Imperial-Royal Army issued from the Magistrate of the Free Royal City of Sombor
|Title||Printed order by the King regarding travel documents for the Imperial-Royal Army issued from the Magistrate of the Free Royal City of Sombor|
|Subject||Order, King, Imperial-Royal Army, Free Royal City of Sombor, Czech, Travelling, Travel documents, Jews, Suspicious people|
|Description||Printed paper from some book taken out with an order of the Austrian King regarding travel documents for the Imperial-Royal Army issued from the Magistrate of the Free Royal City of Sombor. At the end of order, beside other suspicious people, its requested extra attention to travel documents requirements of Jews.|
|Publisher||Historical archive Sombor|
|Date||September 21st, 1813|
|Coverage||Free Royal City of Sombor, September 1813|
|Rights||This material has been digitized to expand access while protecting the materials from degradation through physical handling. Access to the digitized material will be granted to all interested parties. The physical copy of the document is available at the Historical Archive Sombor. In the case of citation or use, please state the origin of the material (Istorijski arhiv Sombor / Historical Archives Sombor).|
|Prudentes ac circumspecti Nobis honorandi!
23050 In modernis temporum adjunctis, complures semet pro Passualibus ad Exercitum Caesareo-Regium in Bohemiam insinuasse, qui partim fine eorsum deportandorum Esculentorum et Poculentorum, partim fine eo, ut qua Nundinatores Castrenses, (Marquetender) vel Laniones, penes Regimina Caesareo-Regia applicationem suam consequantur, proficisci volunt, maximam proinde praecautionem adhibendam esse, ut nonnisi fidi homines eorsum admittantur; cum itaque Civico huic Magistratui potestas ad Germanicas Austriacas Provincias, per consequens etiam ad Exercitum Caesareo-Regium ibidem stativantem, Passuales expediendi concessa fuerit; Hinc Civico huic Magistratui de benigno Jussu Regio commiti; Eudemque attentum reddi; quo fidis duntaxat hominibus de quorum probitate et recta cogitandi ratione, plene convictus est, Passuales ad Exercitum Caesareo-Regium sonantes expediat; quoad Judaeos vero, qui intuitu suae Religionis facile cum exteris Judaeis in arctiori nexu constitui possent, constituunturque, dupplicatam atentionem adhibeat. De dato 21mae Septembris 1813.
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|Wise and respected!
23050 In the current weather, more and more people are looking for travel documents to go to the Imperial-Royal Army in the Czech - some to take food and drink to them, and others to organize a market within a military camp or work as butchers. Since many want to go there, special attention should be paid to sending only people of trust to the army. Since this city magistrate has competencies over the German-Austrian provinces, and therefore over the imperial-royal army, he consequently also has competencies for issuing travel documents. By the order of the king, this city Magistrate is ordered to pay special attention and issue travel documents to the Imperial-Royal Army exclusively to people in whose honesty he is completely convinced. As for the Jews who, on the basis of their religion, can easily connect with foreign Jews in that way, the Magistrate is prayed to pay twice as much attention to them. Issued on September 21th, 1815.