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17611 DERENBOURG (J.) Essai sur l'Histoire et la Géographie de la

Palestine, d'après les Thalmuds, etc. lre partie: Histoire, 8vo. half morocco, 158

Paris, 1867 17612 DEUTSCH (Emanuel) Literary Remains, with Memoir, 8vo. (pub. 12s), cloth, 6s

1874 The articles on the Talmud revealed a new world to the unlearned of the

West. 17613 EISENMENGERS (Johann Andreæ) Entdecktes Judenthum,

2 vols. sm. 4to. fine paper, vellum, 36s Königsberg, 1711

An extremely valuable work on the law, legends, customs, and ceremonies of the Jews, with extracts from the Talmud, in the shape of curious

stories, etc. 17614 EWALD (Heinrich) Geschichte des Volkes Israel, 8 vols. (I-VII,

with Appendix to Vols. II-III), 1851-59—Sendschreiben des Apostels Paulus übersetzt und erklärt, 1857—together y vols. 8vo. hf. calf, £2.

Göttingen, 1851-59 The complete work down to the time of the dispersion of the Jews. 17615 EXODUS PAPYRI, by D. I. Heath, 8vo. cloth, 2s 6d

1855 17616 FLEURY (Abbé) Moeurs des Israëlites, 12mo. hf. green morocco, Uncut, 20s

Bruxelles, 1722 17617 FRANCK (A.) die Kabbala, aus dem Französischen von Ad. Gelinek,

1844-Joel (D. H.) Midrash haz Zohar: Religionsphilosophie

des Sohar, 1849—2 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. calf, 7s 6d 1844-19 17618 FREYSTADT, Philosophia cabbalistica et Pantheismus, 8vo. cloth, 2s

Regiinont. 1832 17619 Fürst (Julius) Geschichte des Karäerthums bis (A.D.) 900, 8vo. calf gilt, 58

Leipzig, 1862 17620 GEIGER, das Judenthum und seine Geschichte, 8vo. cloth, 58 1864 17621 GOLDZIHER (Ignaz) Mythology among the Hebrew, and its

historical development, translated by Russell Martineau, 8vo. cloth, 98

1877 17622 HANEBERG (Dan. Bonif.) die religiösen Alterthümer der Bibel, 8vo. plates, hf. bd. 6s

München, 1869 17623 THE HOLY VESSELS and Furniture of the Tabernacle, oblong folio,

coloured and illuminated plates, giving an exact reproduction of the Ark, the Candlestick, the wrappings, the Shew-bread, and all the sacred utensils mentioned in the Bible, hf. bd. 20s Bagster

It would really seem as though these imaginary things had a substantive existence, and as though they had been handed down from the Jewish Church

to the English Church uninjured. 17624 JASHER : Fragmenta Carminum Hebraicorum in Masorethico textu

tessellata, Hebr. et Lat. cum comment. ed. Donaldson, 8vo. sd. 3s 6d; calf gilt, 6s

1854 17625 JELLINEK's Beiträge zur Geschichte der Kabbala, 2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. cloth, 28 6d

1852 17626 Jost (J M.) Geschichte des Judenthums und seiner Secten, 3 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, 308

Leipzig, 1857-59 17627

Geschichte der Israeliten seit der Zeit der Maccabäer bis auf unsre Tage, 10 vols. in 12, 8vo. bds. 258 Berlin, 1820-47 17628 KABBALA DENUDATA, seu doctrina Hebræorum transcenden

talis et metaphysica atque theologica, opus in quo ante ipsam translationem Sohar præmittitur Apparatus cujus pars prima continet locos communes Cabbalisticos Lexici instar, pars secunda constat è tractatibus variis (edidit KNORR À ROSENROTH), in 3 vols. sm. 4to. plates, the third volume slightly wormed, calf, £6. 6s

Sulzbaci, 1677-78-Francof. 1684 17629

the same, 3 vols. in 2, sm. 4to. bound, £7.78 1677-84 Quite complete, with the rare parts - Adumbratio Kabbalæ Christianæ,

and the “Porta Cælorum.” The former piece is very seldom seen. 17630 KABBALA DENUDATA (Tom. I) Apparatus in librum Sohar, stout 4to. frontispiece, bd. 20s.

Sulzbaci, 1677 This volume consists of 740 pp. which contains the Cabbalistic Lexicon,

Hebrew and Latin, in alphabetical order. 17631 Karæites. Fürst (Julius) Geschichte des Karäerthums bis

1575, 2 vols. 1862-65—NEUBAUER's Beiträge und Documente zur Geschichte des Karäerthums, 1866–3 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. calf, 108

Leipzig, 1862-66 see No. 17668. 17632 LENGERKE (Cäsar von) Kenaan, I: Volks- und Religionsgeschichte

bis zum Tode des Josua, 8vo. hf. bd. 5s Königsberg, 1844 17633 LEO MODENA [Judah Aryeh] History of the rites, customs, and

manners of life of the present Jews throughout the world,

translated by Edmund Chilmead, 16mo. calf, 7s 6d 1650 17634 LEVI (Giuseppe) Parabeln, Legenden und Gedanken aus Thalmud

und Midrasch, Deutsch von Seligmann, 8vo. sd. 3s Leipzig, 1863 17635 LIPPERT (Julius) der Seelencult in seinen Beziehungen zur

althebräischen Religion, eine ethnologische Studie, 8vo. sd. 3s 60

Berlin, 1881 17636 McCaul (Alex.) the Old Paths, a comparison of modern Judaism with the religion of Moses, 8vo. calf, rare, 10s

1837 17637 MAIMONIDES. Le Guide des Egarés, traité de théologie et de

philosophie par Moise ben Maimoun, Arabe (en caractères Hebreux) et Français, accompagné de notes, par S. Munk, 3 vols. 8vo. sd. £5.

Paris, 1856-66 17638

Main principles of the Creed and Ethics of the Jews, in selections from the Yad Hachazakah, Hebr. and Engl. by H. H. Bernard, 8vo. bds. 18s

Cambridge, 1832 17638*

Laws of the Hebrews relating to the Poor and the Stranger, translated by J. W. Peppercorne, 8vo. woodcuts, cloth, 10s

1840 17639 MAKHZOR: the ancient Rhythmical Prayers of the Jews, in

Hebrew, very stout 12mo. beautifully printed in black and gold, upon VELLUM, blue morocco extra, £10.

Boloniia, 1537 17640 MAKHZOR le-kol Moedi ha Shanah : Festgebete der Israeliten,

mit vollständigem, sorgfältig durchgesehenem Texte, Hebräisch und Deutsch, übersetzt von Sachs, 9 vols. in 5, 8vo. Spanish morocco, £2.

Berlin, 1860 The metrical passages are rendered in German rhymed verses.

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17641 MASHAL HA-KADMUNI, by Isaac ben Salomon ben Sahola,

edited by Meir ben Jacob Franzoni : a work consisting of proverbial phrases in rhyme, illustrated by prose fables, all in Hebrew, sm. 4to. numerous woodcuts of talking animals and other facetious designs, somewhat in the style of Æsop and the Septem Sapientes, bound in hogskin, stamped with portraits and arabesques in compartments, and the arms of Saxony, VERY RARE, from the Sunderland library, £5. 58

Venice, about 1560 Written in the 13th century, and probably derived from the Kalila wa Dimna. It is bound along with three other rare Hebrew pieces : Shevil Amunah, Trent, 1559; Shaar ha-Shamayim (the Caballistic Porta Coelorum), Vinet. 1547 ; Evronoth, a Hebrew Calendar, Trent, 1561. They must have all have been carried northward by some German traveller in or soon after

1561, and bound for him perhaps at Wittenberg about 1565-70. 17642 MISCHNA sive totius Hebræorum Juris, Rituum, Antiquitatum,

ac Legum Oralium Systema, cum clarissimorum Rabbinorum Maimonidis et Bartenoræ commentariis integris, hebraice et latine, ed. G. SURENHUSIUS, 6 vols. in 3, stout folio, plates, old calf, £5. 158 ; or in 6 vols. hf. bd. uncut, £8. Amst. 1698-9

The Mishna is the oldest and most important body of the Hebrew traditions. The Talmud (of Babylon or of Jerusalem) is composed of the Mishna, with the supplementary Gemara (Jerusalem or Babylonian, as the case may be), a later collection of traditions.

The value of this work cannot be too highly estimated. The text is given in Hebrew and Latin, the commentaries of Bartenora and Maimonides as

well as the notes of Guisius, Surenhusius, and others, being in Latin only. 17643 EIGHTEEN TREATises from the Mishna, translated by De Sola and Raphall, 8vo. cloth, 18s

1843 For an English reader who wishes to know something of the contents of a famous book, these translations are extremely useful.

see Talmud, post, No. 17663. 17644 [MILMAN (Dean)] History of the Jews, second edition, 3 vols. 12mo. cloth, 4s 6d

Family Library, 1830-29 17645 NEUBAUER (Adolphe) la Géographie du Talmud, large 8vo. sd. 9s; or, hf. calf, 10s

Paris, 1868 17646 OXLEE (John) the Christian doctrines of the Trinity and Incar

nation considered and maintained on the principles of Judaism, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 158

1815 17647 PHILONIS JUDÆI Opera, notis illustravit Th. Mangey,

Græce et Latine, 2 vols. folio, beautiful copy in French veau fauve extra, by Derome le jeune, £9.98

(Londini) 1742 With the interesting autograph of “Gilbert Wakefield, 1792.” 17648

the same, LARGE PAPER, 2 vols. roy. folio, a beautiful copy in russia extra, gilt edges, by Charles Lewis, with the Hamil. ton and Beckford crests on the back, £10. 10s

1742 Philo and Paul were two Hellenized Jews of great ability and learning. The one joined the intellectual company of the Neo-platonists, the other fung himself into the new sect along with peasants and fishermen. The latter has become a saint, whose words are quoted throughout the world; the philosopher is only read by scholars and students. Philo sought to prove that the Pentateuch contained thc essence of Greek philosophy, as well as the truth of Jewish history.

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17650 PISTORII (Joannis) Artis Cabalisticæ, hoc est, reconditæ

Theologiæ et Philosophiæ scriptorum Tomus I, all published, folio, vellum, £2.

Basil. 1587 Including Paulus Ricius de Talmudica doctrina, and other works; Leo Hebræus de Amore; Regchlinus de Arte Cabalistica and de Verbo mirifico;

Archangelus in Cabalistarum dogmata. 17651 PRYNNE (William) Short Demurrer to the Jews long discon. tinued Remitter into England, sm. 4to. sd. £2. 2s

1656 This excellent champion of religious freedom was signalized by his zeal

for the conversion or destruction of the Jews. 17652 RENAN, Averroes et l'Averroïsme, essai historique, 8vo. hf. calf neat, 7s 6d

Paris, 1861 17653

the
same, 8vo. sd. 6s

1867 17654 Ricii (Pauli) israhelite : nuper a iudaizmo ad sacram xpi religionē

trāslati copēdiū quo ... apostolicā veritātē : Ratione : Prophetice: Talmudistice : Cabalistice : plane cõfirmat ... sm. 4to. fine and large copy in orange morocco extra, gilt edges, 258

Papie, 1507 17655 SALVADOR (J.) Histoire des Institutions de Moise et du peuple Hébreu, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. vellum, 12s 6d

Paris, 1862 17656 SCHMIEDL's Studien über jüdische, insonders jüdisch-arabische Religionsphilosophie, 8vo. sd. 3s 61

Wien, 1869 17657 SCHOETTGENII HORÆ HEBRAICÆ et TALMUDICE in Novum

Testamentum, quibus Horæ J. Lightfooti supplentur, Epistolæ et Apocalypsis illustrantur ; Horæ in Theologiam Judæorum de Messia dogmaticam antiquam et hodiernam impensæ, cum Rabbinicis Lectionibus, etc. 2 vols. stout sm. 4to. portrait, vellum, £3. 16s

Dresdæ, 1733-42 One of the greatest works ever produced in the department of Hebrew

and Rabbinical learning. 17658 SCHULCHAN ARUCH, oder encyclopädische Darstellung des

Mosaischen Gesetzes (nach talmudischer Interpretation von M.

Creizenach], 4 vols. in 1, 12mo. hf. calf, 78 6d Frankfurt, 1833-40 17659 SEDER OLAM RABBA ; an ancient Hebrew Chronicle, translated

into English, edited by John Williams, 8vo. cloth, 58 1861

Bound up with “Sanchuniathon in einem Auszuge aus Philos Überset

zung," 1836; Schenkel's Charakterbild Jesu, 1864; etc. 17660 SELDEN (Joannes) de Synedriis & præfecturis juridicis veterum Ebræorum, 3 parts in 1 vol. stout sm. 4to. vellum, 78 6d

Amstel. 1679 17661 STEHELIN (J. P.) Traditions of the Jews; or the Doctrines and

expositions contained in the Talmud, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. title mounted, hf. calf, £3. 168

1743 17662

the same, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. calf extra, gilt edges, tooled sides, with the cypher of George III in the centre, scarce, £5. 158

1743 17663 TALMUD BABLI: THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD (MISHNA and

GEMARA) complete, with the Tosephoth, and Rashi's Commentaries, in Hebrew, 12 vols. folio, calf, £9. Vienna, 551 (1791)

A finely printed, correct, and complete edition. The editor and publisher, Joseph Hraschanzky, in his German Vorbericht, takes particular care to point out several times that he and his co-religionists formed a nation.”

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17664 TALMUD BABLI, 'im perushim wa tosephoth, etc.: the Babylonian

Talmud (Mishna and Gemara) complete with Rashi’s Commentaries, and the Mishnaic Commentary of Maimonides, etc. all in Hebrew, edited by Moses ben Israel Landau, 19 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. 7. 108

Prag, 1844 17665 TALMUD (le) de Babylone traduit en langue française par Chiarini, Vols. I, II, in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. bd. 10s

Leipzic, 1831 17666 USQUE (Samuel) Consolaçam as Tribulaçoens de Ysrael, sm. 8vo. old calf, VERY RARE, from the Sunderland library, £4. 48

Ferrare, en casa de Abraham aben Usque, 5313 (1553) An extremely curious book, which can only have been secretly printed, as it dwells on the cruelties exercised in Italy, Germany, England, Spain, Portugal, and elsewhere, by Christians against the Jews ; and points out the retributions which were already coming about :-“Italy is to-day bedewed with the blood of her children ; as for Spain, we may say that Italy is her grave'; for France, Spain is the instrument of her punishment; for Germany, her outlying provinces and the Turk have become her executioners; for

England, continuous pestilence and warlike Scotland are her chastisers.” 17667 WAGENSEILII (J. C.) Tela ignea Satanæ, hoc est arcani et hor

ribiles Judæorum adversus Christum libri avekooTO1, Heb. et Lat. cum Mantissâ de Lxx Hebdomadibus Danielis adversus Marshami explicationem, 2 vols. sm. 4to. portrait, fine copy in olive morocco extra, gilt edges, by Derome, £3. 38

Altdorfi

, 1681 Amongst the books here printed in Hebrew and Latin are the celebrated

Toledoth Yeshua, the Sefer Nitzakhon, and the Khizzuk Amuna. 17668 WOLFII (J. Chr.) Notitia Karæorum ex Mardochæi tractatu, Hebr.

et Lat. cum præfatione de Karæorum rebus scriptisque; acc. Triglandi dissertatio de Karæis, sm. 4to. hf. cf. neat, 78 6d

Hamburgi, 1714 17669 WOTTON'S Miscellaneous Discourses relating to the Traditions

and Usages of the Scribes and Pharisees, in Christ's time, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. calf neat, 258

1718 Containing analyses of the Mishna, with extracts, translations, and notes. It is a very valuable work, embodying the learning of many recondite works.

VI. HEATHENDOM AND INFIDELITY.

1. COLLECTIONS; WORKS ON COMPARATIVE MYTHOLOGY AND THE ORIGIN OF RELIGIONS.

17670 BARRETT (John) Enquiry into the origin of the Constellations of the Zodiac, 8vo. bds. 78 60

Dublin, 1800 17671 BIBLE Myths, and their parallels in other religions, being a com

parison of the Old and New Testament myths and miracles with those of heathen nations of antiquity, second edition, royal 8vo. woodcuts, cloth, 16s

New York, 1883

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