Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation.

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Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation.

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Urgichten und peinliche Urtheile, über 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, sonsten Amhorezle genannt, einen jüdischen Proselyten von Cronheim gebürtig, 2.) Aaron Jacob, ingemein Aaron Ger, Juden, von Amsterdam gebürtig, 3.) Samson Levi, vulgò Schamse Schopfloch, gewesenen Juden-Schlaffstätter zu Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, insgemein schwarz Mosche genannt, Juden, von Fußgenheim gebürtig, 5.) Joseph Jacob, insgemein Arm Melammed Juden, von Brodow in Pohlen gebürtig, und 6.) Herz Jacob, Juden, von Münchholzhaußen bey Wetzlar gebürtig, welche wegen vielfältig begangener gewaltsamer Diebstähle und Raubereyen, Donnerstags den 19. Nov. 1761 allhier theils mit dem Schwerdt, theils mit dem Strang vom Leben zum Tod gebracht worden. Cover title.

Source

Michigan State University Library Special Collections folio XXHV6453.G3U746 1761

Publisher

Gedruckt und zu finden in der Hochfürstl. privil. Hof- und Canzley Buchdru[ckerey]

Date

1761

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Fraktur. [1], 44, [2] p.; 21 cm.

Language

German

Coverage

Ansbach

Abstract

The confessions and death sentences of five Jewish men and one Jewish convert to Christianity. The condemned were: Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, a Jewish convert to Christianity born in Cronheim; Aaron Jacob, born in Amsterdam; Samson Levi; Moyses Salomon, born in Fußgenheim; Joseph Jacob (about 36), born in Brodow in Poland; and Herz Jacob, born in Münchholzhaußen bey Wetzlar. All six were convicted of aggravated robbery and theft involving breaking and entering. The first two were beheaded with a sword but the last four were hanged with rope and chain until dead. Includes in the details of the crimes who the vitims were, how they were mishandled, whether weapons were involved, what was stolen, and the estimated value of items taken.

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1761

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Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation., Gedruckt und zu finden in der Hochfürstl. privil. Hof- und Canzley Buchdru[ckerey], 1761

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“Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. ,” "Poor Sinners' Pamphlets", accessed October 21, 2019, http://courses.cal.msu.edu/al340ss16/psp/items/show/111.

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