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uties of France and Italy, convoked at Paris byan imperial and royal decree,
datedMay 30, 1806.
Tr. from the original by F.D. Kirwan. Lanham,
MD, University Press o f America, 1985. 334 p.
V e r b i t , M e r v in
F., ed.
World register of university studies ofJewish civiliza­
tion; inventory of holdings, No. 1.
New York, Markus Wiener, 1985.
141 p. Paperbound.
Listing o f institutions in more than 30 countries offering courses
in Jewish civilization.
W e i n s t e i n , Jay .
A collector’s guide to Judaica.
New York, Thames
Hudson, 1985. 240 p.
Includes information on Torah ornaments, fabrics for the Syna­
gogue, charity boxes, ethrog boxes, Hannukah lamps, Seder plates.
W e i s g a l , J e an n e .
Entertaining in Jerusalem: kosher gourmet cuisine.
paqua, NY , Rossel Books, 1985. 324 p.
Includes section o f suggested menus for entertainment.
Y a s e e n , L e o n a r d
The Jesus connection: to triumph over anti-Semitism.
New York, Crossroad Publishing, 1985. 154 p.
Plea against anti-Semitism directed toward Christians.
Z u c k e rm a n , M a r v i n
H e r b s t , M a r i o n .
Learning Yiddish in easystages.
Malibu, CA, Joseph Simon Publisher, 1985. 192 p.
Introductory text to teach Yiddish to adult beginners.