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This section contains 6 plates. The first plate is a page of a notebook of a cattletrader in the East of The Netherlands to learn the Yiddish professional jargon. The second plate is an index of the original twenty-four takanot of the burial society Menachem Avelim. The third plate is a letter from the cantor and ritual slaughterer Adam Salomon Franck in Linnich applying for these positions in Maastricht. The fourth plate shows the response of the chief rabbi Jacob Lehmans to a question of the parnassim. The fifth plate contains a letter from the ba'al kore and shamash tzedeka Salomon Hertog to the parnassim of Maastricht with a request that due to this health the teacher will be allowed to lead the Shavuoth service. The final plate shows an announcement by the parnassim of the Jewish community of Amsterdam following the government instructions concerning vaccination against smallpox.

Keywords: Adam Salomon Franck; burial society Menachem Avelim; cattletrader; Jewish community; Maastricht; parnassim; Yiddish professional jargon



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