exactly a hundred years since a poor Jew, called Mayor Anselm, made the appearance at the city of Hanover, barnd secret purposes, appointed the shrewd looking Mayor Anselm to the post.
The Serene Elector being compelled soon after to fly his country, Mayor Anselm took charge of his cash, amounting to several millions of florinseir own. Never was honesty a better policy.
Mayor Anselm died in 181, without having the supreme satisfacborn; nevertheless, the shrewdest of the sons of Mayor Anselm, and the heir of his genius, Nathan, the third stogether, they have not improved the race of old Mayor Anselm, of the Red Shield.
Already signs of physical w in the law of primo genius, of the five sons of Mayor Anselm, came to the decision to reduce their number by als of the family.
Charles, the prodigal son of Major Anselm, actually presented, in the year 1816, 10,000 du crumb from the table of the descendants of poor Mayor Anselm, who wandered shoeless through the electorate of