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Abstracted from Geldrechnung Stühlingen 1650/51 (undated, unpaginated).

1651-01-01Protection fee, paid by the Jews on 24.07.1650 (15 fl. each): Marum Juckhen (probably misspelled for Juden) Jeckhoff`s son. Marum`s son-in-law (Tochtermännlin). Mennckhe Mayerlin`s son. Lehmann Hirzli`s son. Schmul`s son Seligman. Jäggle. All together 90 fl. According to the previous invoice, Lehman owes 172 fl. protection fee, for which he yielded 11 claims to individuals in Stühlingen.
- Protection fee, paid by the Jews on Easter 1651 (15 fl. each): Marum Jew Jeckhoff`s son. Marum`s son-in-law. Mayerle. Menckhen. Lehmann Hirzlin`s son. Schmuli Hirzlin`s son. Seeligman Schmuli`s son. Jäggle. All together 120 fl. Lehmann Jew, who had been living in "Coblitz" before, is to pay 2 fl. protection fee for being here for some weeks. Ißac Jew is to pay 191 fl. extant protection fee. Jäggle Jew owed 40 fl. penalty and Jeckhoff`s heirs owed 40 fl. such and did not deliver any down payment this time. Totel amount of protection fee collected in this fiscal year: 384 fl. 34 Kreuzer.
- Penalties: Andreas Weber der Jung has not appeared before court upon request of Jew Schmul`s son.
- Penalties: Seligman Jew Schmul`s son is fined 1 fl. according to the proceedings of 09.01.1651.
- Penalties: Lehmann Jew Fromb`s son is fined 1« fl. according to the proceedings of 23.03.1651.
- Ausgabe Geld um Einkauf Vieh und Pferd: Jägglin Jew sold a horse which the prince took to Bohemia for 84 fl.

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