UNTERTHÄNIGSTE VORSTELLUNG DES GROSSHERZOGLICH BADISCHEN OBERRATHS DER ISRAELITEN IM NAMEN SÄMMTLICHER ISRAELITISCHER STAATSBÜRGER DES GROSSHERZOGTHUMS, AN SE. KÖNIGL. HOHEIT DEN DURCHLAUCHTIGSTEN GROSSHERZOG, AUS VERANLASSUNG DES VON DER HOCHPREISSLICHEN REGIERUNGS-KOMMISSION, IN DER SITZUNG VOM 27. JUNY 1820, DER HOHEN ZWEYTEN KAMMER DERLANDSTÄNDE, VORGELEGTEN NEUEN GESETZENTWURFES ÜBER DIE GEMEINDEVERFASSUNG

Xt) [Baden] Großherzoglicher Oberrat Der Israeliten

Published by Karlsruhe, 1820
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1st Edition. Period boards. 8vo. 30 pages ; 21 cm. In German. Title translates to, "Most humble presentation of the Grand Ducal Baden Upper Council of the Israelites in the name of all the Israelite citizen of the Grand Duchy at the hearing on 27 June 1820 " This is a speech to introduce the Council of the Jews of Baden to the Baron of Baden and to negotiate the rights of the Jews of Baden. "Baden, part of the Land of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. The former grand duchy was created in 1806 from parts of various territories (including the Palatinate) , where until then the Jews had formed no united community or shared a common history After the grand duchy of Baden was created, the position of its Schutzjuden (‘protected Jews’) improved. In the first constitutional edict of May 14, 1807, Judaism was recognized as a tolerated religion; a year later, the sixth edict afforded the Jews irrevocable civil rights and abolished the marriage restrictions imposed on them (see Familiants' Laws ) The constitution of 1818 implicitly confirmed the civil rights granted to the Jews by the edicts but denied them equal political rights. The struggle for emancipation focused on local civil rights and met with fierce and sometimes violent resistance in many villages and towns. Baden's liberal movement failed to endorse the idea of Jewish emancipation, most of its leading figures echoing public sentiment on the matter instead. Anti-Jewish outrages, often connected with the issue of emancipation, occurred in Baden in 1819 ( Hep-Hep ) , 1830, 1848, and 1862 " (Jewish Virtual Library, 2016) SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Germany -- Baden -- History. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (JTS & UNIV BIBL JOHANN CHRISTIAN SENCKENBERG) . Ex-library with usual markings and Jewish institutional sticker. About good condition. (Ger-50-16). Bookseller Inventory # 36969

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Title: UNTERTHÄNIGSTE VORSTELLUNG DES ...

Publisher: Karlsruhe

Publication Date: 1820

Binding: Hardback

Edition: 1st Edition

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