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Unformatted text preview: --sheltering of strangers-wayfarers could lodge in a house as many days as they pleased- provided food- send them away with horse and buggy-- clothed other people from different areas if in need-students are taken in-if man, had a set of customs ,marry, come back, take hold o business become rich-father would give student to wife in return-all girls married before 18--Pillar of Justice-courts in every town- if they were to start litigation they would have to appear before the leaders of the four lands. =included an official from every town and 6 rabbinical scholars- together known as the council of four lands- power to judge everyone in Poland- would choose provincial judges III- lawas of the Lithuanian Council Governing Tax Collections and Recourse to Courts, Sep. 4. 1623--...
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- Spring '11
- late 18th century, Poland., 13th century middle, community 18th century, Lithuanian Council Governing