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ma ,pVpna .pyaw n i n nxa .an y ia a i mnawa
: i n
o n n s
/a y a"y ,a"o ,n"a ,Y 's ,a"y .T 'Vwn ,nson
Sermons on Sabbaths and holidays by Rabbi David Dishbek who
served in Fuerth and Metz in the 18tH century.
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. x r a m a Vnaa ama nxa .nm n a n n a x
: p n x
n a s
.b ’ s t r V
,u"i
/s . r t o n
awxn
Comments on the Pentateuch and on the festivals, by Rabbi Mena­
hem Mendel Hager of Vizhnitz (1830-1884), the leader of a Hasidic
dynasty, now active in Israel.
B’ T p n
?r ' a s
n a n a n
n " i a n x V
d h j b
n y n
o n a : *i p
.
b
d t
' i
.T'Vwn
,pVpna .V y a a v Vnya a n nxa maipa nxnai
A selection of the work by the great rabbinic authority Joseph ben
Meir Teomim, who served congregations in Poland and Germany in
the latter half of the 18th century with additional notes by Dov Berl
Kimmel, first published in Hungary more than 60 years ago.
.nw m ViVx n n a mananm a ^ n n Va
: a n s x
n a a
n r p
/a y a"ap [? r t o n ] ,n*n»T n x xw
.n v V n a jaVr a n s x nxa
An abridgment of the work of Ephraim Zalman Margolioth, de­
scribed above.
.•rVxvuna i n n ryV x nxa .m m n Vy max *w i r n
: * m V
p p
.x pVn . r t o n ,xsxs apy» nVnp na’ w n am na man ,pVpna
.
b
d t
n"y .maw .a pVn .a * !n a"Vp .mwxna
Notes on Genesis and Exodus by Rabbi Eliezer Judah Gruenwald
of Satmar, Hungary (1868-1928).
. r t o n , . u . r a a V"xn nxa .mwmn n"iw ay ,n"iw : n ■>-i x n a x w
Responsa of Rabbi Aryeh Loeb ben Asher of Russia and Metz,
France, who died there in 1785.
nxna .*
t
V
xtcp
*
u
m w * nxa .m m ’ wain nwan Vy r f m n ’
n n x ®
[ ? r t o n ? .*.:] .nyVnx
t b
V
x
myw ’ nxa .m p n a mxisn :).na
/a y r a ,a*a*T a"V
Comments on the Torah by Rabbi Judah Gruenwald, of Hungary
(1849-1920), with popular remedies by his contemporary Isaiah Alter
Adler.
*no ay ,a * jn n x i y"wa a^xim a * : n ’ aipVi m m tx : V x n w *
y a w
.rV w n ,ayaxo .* .a ,r V p n a .ayaxo a^n Vxnw nxa .nnsa r n n
/ay r a n
On Jewish law, particularly on the 613 precepts, by the martyred
Rabbi Israel Hayyim Samet of Kleinwardein, Hungary.