Collection ID: 0002 | Metadata type: TEI
Ms. Codex 1100 Ambts-Stauffenburgisches Geld-, Korn- und Dienst-Register, auch Zehnt-Beschreibung, von Trinitatis anno 1744 bis Trinitatis anno 1745
TitleAmbts-Stauffenburgisches Geld-, Korn- und Dienst-Register, auch Zehnt-Beschreibung, von Trinitatis anno 1744 bis Trinitatis anno 1745
- Reinecke, Conrad Viet, 1709-1781 Reinecke, Conrad Viet, 1709-1781
Call numberMs. Codex 1100
(Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Rare Book & Manuscript Library)
- bibid: 4250239
PublisherThe University of Pennsylvania Libraries
Stauffenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany)
Bookkeeping ledger detailing the income and expenses in 1744 to 1745 related to localities within the administrative district (Amtsverwaltung) of Stauffenburg, which at that time was part of the principality (Kurfürstentum) of Braunschweig-Lüneberg (later the kingdom of Hannover) and today is located within the Braunschweig (Brunswick) district of Lower Saxony, Germany. Localities named in the register include Gittelde, Teichhütte, Windhausen, Badenhausen, Münchehof, Bergstadt Grund (Bad Grund), and Düderode. As indicated in the title, the ledger book is divided into four parts: 1. money register(s) (Geldregister); 2. grain-tax register (Kornregister); 3. register of payments for services (Dienstregister); and 4. register of tithe collection (Zehntbeschreibung). Some of the entries contain narrative portions that seem to relate administrative and/or historical details about the properties. The ledger book was apparently kept by Conrad Viet Reinecke, whose name appears on the title pages of the four parts and who is named at other points as the government official (Amtmann) of Stauffenburg (see part 1, p. 117; part 2, pp. 44 and 64). The spine is labeled "1745."
- Ms. codex.
- Title from title page (cut-out mounted on front flyleaf).
Extent162 leaves : 330 x 200 (250-290 x 170 mm.) bound to 335 x 210 mm
CollationPaper, 160 + ii; 1²⁴ 2²⁶ 3²⁴(+23, 24) 4²² 5¹⁰( -10) 6²⁴ 7¹⁶( -15, 16) 8¹²( -12) 9⁸(+7, 8); [iv], 1-202, [vi], 1-72, [iv], 1-19, [iii], 1-9, [v], contemporary pagination in ink, upper center; 1-202, [203-320], modern pagination in pencil, upper outer corners.
BindingContemporary vellum (Zacour-Hirsch).
- Sold at auction by Wolfgang Brandes, catalog 30 (October 1958).
- Government records
- Ledgers (account books)
- Manuscripts, German--18th century
- Manuscripts, European
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