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bs by
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3
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3*1
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Commentary on the
Mishneh Torah,
the code of Jewish law by
Maimonides, by Rabbi Meir Simhah Kahan of Dvinsk (1845-1926).
.x ,.\a .tin s p v im ’ 3X nxa .m inn
by
: n x i 3 n ’ i s i x
.0 ’d*t X"Dp .[?] Y'Vvn ,Txa“ry>“is
Sermons on the weekly Torah portions by Zebi Hirsch Friedmann,
19th century rabbi in Eastern Europe.
om sx p irrVn nxa .*?Dvn noian 3bn *iwaa : * ? x * i v ’ n a i a x
3it3
npb
oy "iiisa /a y
y'b .T'bwn
nson n*a ,p^pn3 .on tavaxa
.nvvya i s o oyi w a n
bnp
oyi
On the thirteen articles of faith, first enunciated by Maimonides, by
Gedaliah ben Abraham Teikus of Amsterdam, first published in 1764.
.’rypayns ^x iav nxa .nis^n n rx
by
,mmn
by
max : i s v n a s
.0 ’ 3“T T"3 .T^Wn ,m p .*T .v ,^pl*13
Notes on the Torah and on Jewish law by Rabbi Samuel Frenkel of
Eastern Europe (1815-1882).
.a ,r*?pn
3
na i
bp
na’w nxa .mm w a in rwan
by
: *i s v ’
*1
a x
/a y i"op .T'^wn ,tayaxo
Commentary on the Pentateuch by Rabbi Solomon Kluger (1783-
1869), distinguished religious leader in Brody, Galicia.
.T,J?vn /pVpm .p’^a p n r om sx nxa .p an nnoa ^y : p n x •>
*1
x
3
.epsi r s i —1r a p
.3
p^n .d’b*t n"ap .x p*?n
Commentary on the Talmudic tractate
Gittin,
dealing with divorce,
by Rabbi Abraham Isaac Glueck (ca. 1826-1909), for half a century
spiritual leader of the Jewish community of Tolcsva, Hungary.
/
ibid
w
b
ov3 naisan o n s x ’ a n a p *Vnsa nxa . ’ Vn&a ’ aa
*iyv ay i n s a .
d
b i
t
,n ,x*a .r r to n n s io .
b
.
x
.a .x .•» , i^ p n s
/ ’msa ’ as Visa oyi ’Vnsa
Sermons preached a century ago by Rabbi Naphtali Sofer of Hungary.
, j^ p n a .Dxntavax p"*i3xn, *?ixv nxa .mm wa in
by
:
b
x *>n x r a 3
.d’dt x,/l?p
,b"p .Y'bwn
/D, ,n .a .a
Commentary on the Pentateuch, by Rabbi Saul Loewenstamm (1717-
1790), a native of Poland, who eventually became rabbi in Amsterdam,
where he was actively engaged in the training of rabbis.