AJS REVIEW. VOL. 6. 1981. VI [ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH by FRANK TALMAGE

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57. WAPL, Castrensia relationum manifestationum oblatarum Lublinesis 121/21279, Oblata Inwentarij Bonorum Oppidi Opole, 21v-23v. 58. WAPL,Ksiega miejska Modliborzyce 1, 167, 218; Ks. m. Modliborzyce 3, 14r-15v. (CAHJP HM 7044, HM 6750). 59. Morgensztern, "Wiadomo'ci," p. 31. 60. Hilla Jeruchomowicz, an arendator and merchant who dealt in mead, beer, hops and herring; Juda Herslowicz, a qahal elder in 1680 and arendator of Beliyce, 1674-1691; and Icek Salamonowicz, a qahal elder in 1680-his house on the marketplace cost 1,000 Polish zloties in 1673.

116-20, qu. 13 (Joel Sirkes). 40. Zbigniew Switalski, "Reasons for the Abandonment of the Levant Trade of the Polish Commonwealth by Turkish-Jewish Refugees from Spain in the Last Years of the Sixteenth Century" [Polish], BZIH 37 (1961): 59-65, and the references there. 41. Janina Bieniarz6wna, Mieszczatistwo Krakowskie XVII wieku (Cracow, 1969), pp. 32-39, 43; Herman Kellenbenz, "Le d6clin de Venise et les relations 6conomiques de Venise avec les marches au nord des Alpes," Aspetti e cause della decadenza economica veneziananel secolo XVII (Venice and Rome, 1961), p.

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