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Torat Haim Torath Chaim. Sefer Torat hayim: ve-hu tikun le-lel ha-shishi le-arba'ah shavu'ot sheba-hodesh : ma¿amre ha-Zohar ve-Tanakh u-tefilot ha-shayakhim kodem ha-limud ule-aharav ka-asher nahagu be-'are ha-ma'arav . kemo she-huva ba-sefer Hemdat yamim

Edrehi, Moses ben Isaac [c. 1774 in Agadir, Morocco - c. 1842 Jerusalem, Eretz Israel], editor. Moshe ben Yitzhak

Editorial: Yehuda Leib ben Alexander, London, 1792
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Old brown leather boards with gilt borders. Gilt green morocco label on board with owner's name: DAVID SAMUDA. The David Samuda who owned this copy may be one of these two: Nunhead Cemetery. Monumental Inscription of Mrs. (Hannah/Henrietta) Samuda widow of the late David Samuda (1766-1824). Mrs. Alice Samuda. Burial 1786. Samuda family records. Sir Thomas Colyer-Fergusson (Jewish) manuscripts Society of Genealogists Library. David Samuda (died 1804) David Samuda and Alice Luckett, Marriage 1762. Clipping of a bookseller's description pasted on inner board: . . . " ((3), 52 leaves) (covers loose, inside good) Calf f 675.- Rare, not listed in Steinschneider, Cowely, Roest, Friedberg 1090. Zedner. For the colourful personality of Edrehi, and his curious Account of the Ten Tribes, see EJ 6:380. Our copy has a morocco label on front cover with owner's name David Samuda." Vinograd #135. OCLC: Libraries worldwide that own item: 9. Kabbalistic prayers for Friday nights customarily recited in the Eastern cities of Morocco, according to the Chemdat HaYamin. [3], 52 leaves [i.e. 6, 104 pages] , title printed within ornamental border. Edrehi was a Moroccan scholar and itinerant preacher in North Africa before coming to London in 1791, studied in the Sephardic Bet Hamidrash Etz Hayyim, preaching there on every Sabbath. He was a child prodigy and started preaching at the age of 14. After publication of the present work he left for Amsterdam, where he published YAD MOSHE, a collection of sermons, and MA'ASEH NISSIM, tales of the ten tribes with a Yiddish translation, a book which was later translated into English. This is the first of five books that he published in various places around the world. About 1829 he met the writer John Wilson ("Christopher North") in Edinburgh who described him in his series Noctes Ambrosianae in Blackwood's Magazine. Edrehi finally left for Erez Israel, traveling by way of France, Italy, Malta, and Smyrna and taking four years on the journey. The 'Tikun' is arranged according to the book Chemdat HaYamin. N° de ref. de la librería 006868

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Título: Torat Haim Torath Chaim. Sefer Torat hayim: ...

Editorial: Yehuda Leib ben Alexander, London

Año de publicación: 1792

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Good

Edición: 1st Edition

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Judaica, Hebraica, Bibliography, Judaism, Israel, Jewish, Hebrew, Antiquarian, History, Art, post cards, postcards, ephemera, autographs music, opera.

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