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7 This means, presumably, that the religious difference was decisive in determining the Jews' legal status. It is certainly true that religion outweighed ethnic or national factors in the common mind of the period, but even if Jews and Muslims were linked more often than Jews and Protestants, Greeks or Armenians, the issue is not of critical importance here. By the latter part of the seventeenth century, Catholicism had come to be the religion of the nobility which saw in itself the sum of the Polish Commonwealth.

13. Lustracja wojew6dztwalubelskiego 1661, ed. Henryk Oprawko and Kamilia Schuster (Warsaw, 1962), pp. 88, 91-92, 97, 99, 100, 101. The complaints came from apothecaries, locksmiths, smiths, hatmakers, wheelwrights, ropemakers, pewters, and cordovaners. Compare also Jan Riabinin, Lauda miejskie Lubelskie XVII wieku (Lublin, 1934), no. 50, p. 27; no. 78, p. 53; no. 79, p. 53; no. 80, pp. 55-57; no. 267, pp. 157-59; Bela Mandelsberg-Schildkraut, Mebqarim le-toledot YehudeiLublin (Tel Aviv, 1965), pp.

P. v. " 34. S. B. Nisenbaum, Le-qorot ha-Yehudimbe-Lublin (Lublin, 1920), pp. 14-15. 35. Gliickel of Hameln, Life, pp. 42, 44-45, 54-55. AN ADVANTAGE TO PECULIARITY 31 the benefitof theirexemptionsfromduty to PolishJews(1638-1642). Preciselyat this time,objectionswereraisedin thedietinesto Jewishtradein saltpeterwhich was a strategic good. 38 There were fairly strong links with Hungary as well. 40 Yet these international connections gave the Jews no particular advantage over their Gentile competitors.

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