Abstracted from Beilagen zur Stühlinger Geldrechnung 1692/93 (partially undated).
|1692-09-26||Messengers wages. The receipts include a description of the walks or rides, but not their purpose. A receipt by Hans Adam Lang, for trips to Engen and Schaffhausen bears two lines of Hebrew text.|
|1692-12-21||Includes a receipt for 300 fl. obtained from Sandel Weyl of Stühlingen in Augsburg,|
|1693-01-01||Includes a receipt, dated Vienna 03.02.1693, for 500 fl. obtained from Jacob Dreyfueß at Gailingen through Joseph Gugenheimb, Samuel Oppenheimer`s son-in-law "here" (probably in Vienna).|
|-||Receipts for travel expenses (nothing connected with an investigation on murder).|
|-||Criminal expenses (Malefitzkosten). Includes just expenses for catching and boarding vagabonds.|
|1693-03-02||Sale of horses and cattle. Includes a receipt by Jew Marum Sandel`s son, for horse deal,|