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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
G
oldman
, L
azarus
M
orris
.
The history of the Jews in New Zealand. Welling­
ton, A. H. and A. W. Reed, 1958. 272 p.
The history of a colonial Jewish community, describing also its prob­
lems and achievements, together with its contributions to all walks of
life—commercial, cultural and spiritual.
G
r eenberg
, F
lo ren ce
,
Jewish cookery book. 6th ed. London, Jewish Chronicle
Publications, 1958. 545 p.
A new edition of an Anglo-Jewish classic, with sections on the storage
of food, weights and measures, menu construction, cookery methods and
the management of a Jewish kitchen.
G
rossnass
, A
r y e h
Loeb. Sefer Leb Aryeh. London, Bet Din, 1958. 161 p.
Fifty-seven halachic decisions, based on the traditional codes, on prac­
tical questions brought before a member of the London Bet Din. This
work is of particular significance as it is the first collection of Responsa
ever to have been published by a member of the London Bet Din and
issued during his lifetime.
G
ru n fe ld
, I
sidor
.
Three generations: the influence of Samson Raphael Hirsch
on Jewish life and thought. London, Jewish Post Publications, 1958.
153 p.
The work shows how Hirsch’s influence has prevailed through three
generations and how his disciples, scattered throughout the world, have
practiced what their master had preached and taught.
G
ur
, I
sra el
.
Actors in the Hebrew theatre. Translated from the Hebrew
by E. El-Dror, Y. Hanegbi and M. Girton. Jerusalem, Youth and
Hechalutz Department of the Zionist Organisation, 1958. 112 p.
H
art
, R
onald
J
ames
D ’A
r c y
,
ed. The Samuel family of Liverpool and
London from 1755 onwards: a biographical and genealogical dictionary
of the descendants of Emanuel Samuel; with a foreword by the Right
Hon. Viscount Samuel. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1958. 169 p.
Hazor; excavation of a Biblical city; an archaeological exhibition arranged
by the Anglo-Israel Exploration Society at the British Museum by
courtesy of the Trustees. London, 1958. 25 p.
“The Exhibition illustrates the finds in 1955-57 of the Hebrew Uni-
sity-James A. de Rothschild Expedition sponsored by the Anglo-Israel
Exploration Society, PICA and the Government of Israel.”
H
ea th co t e
, A
rthur
W
eston
.
From the death of Solomon to the captivity
of Judah; foreword by F. H. Hilliard. London, Clarke, 1959. 139 p.
(London divinity series, Old Testament series, edited by K. N. Kibble-
white - book 2)
(H
e l l e r
, L
ipm a n
)
. The koshering of meat: a short guide in English,
Hebrew and Yiddish for the Jewish housewife. London, Hamakrik Book
and Binding Co., 1959. 64 p. (Originally published as
Brit Melah,
1654)
A guide in Yiddish to the koshering of meat, based on the Brit Melah,
and now supplemented by Hebrew notes and an English version.
H
er b ert
,
A. S. Worship in ancient Israel. London, Lutterworth Press, 1959.
51 p.
An interpretation of the Christian standpoint by the Professor of Old
Testament Language and Literature at Birmingham University, showing
the relationship between the Hebrew worship and that of the early
Church.
H
erklots
, H
ugh
G
erard
G
ibson
. H
ow
the Bible came to us: its texts and
versions. Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1959. 190 p.
An account of the manuscript basis of the English Bible text and the
processes by which it has reached its present state, with additional in­
formation on modern discoveries.
H
ib b e r t
, C
hr istopher
(i.e. Arthur Raymond Hibbert) . King Mob: the story
of Lord George Gordon and the riots of 1780. London, Longmans,
Green, 1958. 184 p.
The story of Lord George Gordon, an eighteenth century English
gentleman who embraced the Jewish faith.