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Gabay. With pleasure. I. How many Jews are at Gibraltar * Gabay. Three or four
thousand. I. Have they a Rabbi o Gabay. Yes, one Rabbi, his name is Rabbi
Joseph from Morocco. 1. Is he a learned man 2 Gabay. In the Talmud only. I. Are
I. How may this be proved Gabay. By tradition. I. By what tradition? Gabay. Of that
of the Rabbies. I. How do you prove the truth of that tradition of the Rabbies *
Gabay here broke off, and turned the conversation to another subject. I. How
Gabay. Jesus is Shiloh—how do you prove it I. For the sceptre is departed from
Judah, and the lawgiver from between his feet. Gabay. You translate shebet (ow)
sceptre. I. What other meaning can you give bow Gabay. Shebet has ten ...
Gabay. Shiloh is Moses. I. Prove it. Gabay. Begimatria, (N"topje) or by the
Cabalistical account of the letters; w signifies Moses, *, *, nwr. I. I reject every
proof which is not taken from the Bible. Gabay. Then I will shew you the opinion
of the great ...
He told me that a Jew from Portugal came lately to Gibraltar, where he was
circumcised. He now lives at Malta. Mr. Cohen invited me to drink tea with him. I
went for the third time to Rabbi Gabay. Dr. Parker thought it well that I should go
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Search Caraites; this is a diary of a missionary to Karaites in Cairo and Jerusalem. p. 241 has sample liturgy
OCLC Number: 5515105
Wolff, Joseph, -- 1795-1862.
Europe -- Description and travel. Palestine -- Description and travel.
Missions -- Palestine.
Missions -- Jews.
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Missionary Journal and Memoir of the Rev. Jeseph Wolf: Missionary to the Jews
Joseph Wolff,John Bayford
Sin vista previa disponible - 2017