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K a v
, n a ’ a n
, n b ’ a a
, n a i o
n i n a
b y
n v s
/a y r a w ..Y'bwn ,.\a .nnn ia am ax nxa . n : w n w x n t
Commentary on several tractates in the Talmudic order
dealing with the festivals, by Abraham of Montpellier, France (13th
century). His works have been published only in recent years from
manuscripts by Rabbi Moses Judah Blau.
,pbpna . n b a n n m o by j n a n v x a b x n w ’ ’ P i v s
/ a y -rap .rbwn ,bxiw ’ n x a nmn mabnb jywa
A commentary on the prayer book, compiled from the writings of
Rabbi Israel Meir Kahan (1838-1933), one of the great spiritual
leaders of Polish Jewry, known best for his ethical work
Hafets Hayyim.
nyan nxa .n*j— a*b ja ’ o .nyn m r ,nny inbiw by : a ’ a
n ’ p 0 a
/ a y r x .rbwn .a’ Tonn n n x /pbpna .a n xn n .’yxaxn nnanx
Legal decisions, dealing with the dietary laws, by Dov Baer ben
Shneor Zalman.
p"pn nya a n nxa i ma aw bynn bxnw’ nxa . w " a ’ n n n x r r x
/a y a"ap .n"bwn ,a n ’ onn n n x /pbpna .wantya
The ethical wills of the Baal Shem Tov and Dov Baer of Mezhrech.
.’ abwnn ’ baa mabna mnaoa naaa a m x ’ ai a ’ w n ’ n
n x n a x
/ a y a"ipn /n .n"bwn ,wa” n .0 oian ,pbpna .nabn nty’ bx nxa
Comments on the Talmud, by Rabbi Eliezer Silver (1882-1968) of
Cincinnati, a leader in Orthodox Judaism.
.panxnw man no r nxa .nmn nso n r :a mabn by
: n a
a x
.n"bwn ,n n x bip nnawaa nmn ’ n a a nnann ,.\a
.*10r nam nwa nan ,a n a x nyw ay nmaa
On the laws o f disposing of a damaged Torah scroll, by Joseph ha-
Kohen Schwartz.
n"ianx n n ’ ata ’ "yw a ’ anax-bbia n a n nxa . n m n ’ n a n r a i p
.n*bwn ,x"a’ bw n'nanx mn’ ara ,
’ bpna . i pbn .wamxai’ b x "a ’ bw
/ a y ro p
Torali comments developed in the study circle, attached to the
secretariat of Rabbi Menahem Mendel Schneersohn, the present leader
of Habad Hasidism.
nmn ’ bna ’ "y apib .aawa twin smw by : a ’ p o i a n
r a i p
a ’ j a ’ o ,a’
” “r mabn .2 nna ..Y'bwn ,wa” n .o oian ,pbpna .X"a’ bw
/a y 'n .ta— na
Compilation of commentaries and responsa, dealing with the law
of judges, based on the relevant sections of the
Shulhan Arukh.