Przypadki i formy przestępstw okazjonalnych mieszczan tyszowieckich w latach 1608-1807

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Title Przypadki i formy przestępstw okazjonalnych mieszczan tyszowieckich w latach 1608-1807
Autor: Frykowski, Janusz Adam
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/3254
Date: 2013
Źródło: Historia i Świat. 2013, nr 2, s. 39-75
Abstract: The report is devoted to the notion of random crime of the townmen in Tyszowce Town between 1608- 1807. Its name's origins are not clear yet. The first record of the town existence dates back until 1419. It is known that since 1462 Tyszowce has been a royal town and played the role of the county center that time. While being private since 1768, after the First Partition of Poland, Tyszowce became an annexed territory of Austria. Since first Jewish settlers in 1528, the population of that ethnic group, with some exceptions, was systematically growing. The report was prepared on the basis of the Municipial Registry Books in Tyszowce and in Grabowiec as well as on the grounds of the Greek Catholic Gathering in Chełm. 193 inscriptions of random law-breaking acts in Tyszowce were noted in the Books. Among them, there were: 58 fights and beatings, 46 thefts, 36 frauds and forgeries, 46 verbal insults, 5 adulteries, 3 arsons, 3 rapes and 2 robberies. The preserved source materials do not allow to estimate neither the scale of random crimes in Tyszowce those days nor whether the crimes tended to increase or decrease comparing to the past. However, they give grounds to decide if the reasons for crimes were as same as these nowadays. For some it was greed, for others coincidence, emotions or just a moment of weakness

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