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born in Gallicia, in 1739, and died at Madrid in 1799. The first volume, printed in 1781, folio, under the patronage of the Count Florida Blanca, consists of a chronological account of the rabbinical writers who appeared in Spain from the earliest times to his own, whether they wrote in Hebrew, Spanish, or any other language. The second printed in 1786, consists of a similar account of the Spanish writers, heathen and Christian, who wrote either in Latin or in Spanish, down to the end of the thirteenth century, and whose numbers he makes about two hundred. Both volumes are somewhat inartificially compiled, and the literary opinions they express are of small value ; but their materials largely derived from manuscripts, curious, and frequently such as can be found in print nowhere else."-Ticknor. 3090 CELLABII (Chr.) Horae Samaritanae, cum grammatica Samaritana et glossario, Samaritice et latine, sm. 4to. vellum, rare, 9s

Francofurti, 1705 3091 CONFORTE (R. D.) liber Kore Ha-Dorot, hebraice sine punctis edidit, introductionem, notas, Indices adjecit Cassel, sm. 4to. bds. 58

Berol. 1846 3092 De Rossi, de Hebraicae Typographiae origine ac primitiis, 4to. vellum, ls 6d 1776 3093 de praecipuis Caussis et Momentis neglectae Hebraicarum Litterarum disciplinae, sm. 4to. vellum, ls 6d

Aug. Taurin, 1769 3094 EPHRAIM Syrus, the Repentance of Nineveh, a metrical Homily; Select Metrical

Hymns and Homilies,-both works translated from the Syriac, with notes by the Rev. Henry Burgess, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. cloth, 7s 6d

1853 3095 Metrical hymns, by Burgess, sm. 8vo. cloth, 3s 6d

1853 3095*EsDat ò Fuego Legal compuesto en Ydioma Hebraico y traduzido en Romance,

por D. Nieto, 12mo. 78 pp. in Hebrew, and Spanish translation 181 pp., calf, rare, 78 6d

Londres, por Tho. Ilive, 5475 Consisting of two Dialogues : one of them is against the Dogmas of Nehemiàh Hiyà Hayon; which the author declares to be “new, invented, spurious and false, contrary to our holy Law and to the true doctrine of our divine wisdom of the Talmud and Kabala. The second dialogue ratifies with incontestable proofs the Kabalah." 3096 FACSIMILES of the Hebrew Manuscripts obtained at the Jewish Synagogue in K’ae-fung-foo, sqr. 8vo. sd. 78 6d

- Shanghae, 1851 3097 FUERST, Veteris Testamenti Concordantiæ Hebraicæ atque Chaldaicæ, cum

Lexico duplici, stout folio, (pub. at £4. 4s, sd.) russia extra, £3. Lips. 1840

The best and most complete Concordance to the Old Testament, comprising every Hebrew and Chaldee word : with a modern Hebrew and a Latin Index, &c.

“ This is a noble monument of German learning and industry, the accuracy and typographical execution of which reflect the highest honour on the author, as well as on the printer and publisher.” 3098 GESENIUS, Geschichte der hebräischen Sprache und Schrift, 8vo. 145 Leipz. 1815 3099 GESENIUS' Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament, including the

Biblical Chaldee. From the Latin of William Gesenius, late Professor of Theology in the University of Halle-Wittemberg. By Edward Robinson, Professor in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. With Corrections and large Additions, partly furnished by the Author in Manuscript, and partly condensed from his larger Thesaurus as completed by Rödiger, fifth edition, revised

and stereotyped, stout royal 8vo. pp. 1172, (pub. at 25s) cl. 218 New York, 1855

“ The philologer, the Hebraist, and the independent inquirer of biblical truth, must resort to the American edition, mirroring, as it does, a pure reflection of the vigorous mind of the profound Gesenius, of which the English performance falls greatly short."-Jewish Chronicle.

This is a very beautiful and complete edition of the best Hebrew lexicon ever yet produced. Gesenius has very prominent faults as a theologian, but as a Hebrew philologist his general soundness is unquestioned. His great work, the Hebrew Thesaurus, was partly posthumous, and former reprints of his manual, could not, therefore, contain the results of his last researches. All that can be done to make the work complete is here effected by Dr. Robinson ; and, for matter, typography, paper, and price, this edition is all that can be desired.”—Clerical Journal.

“ This is decidedly the most complete edition of Gesenius' Manual Hebrew Lexicon. No for. mer one could contain the last editions of the learned author, since his Thesaurus has only recently been finished. Everything of importance bas been incorporated in this volume, and its size and price as well as the clearness of its typography, will make it a boon to Students of the Hebrew language. It is a subject for grateful reflection that the sacred tongue is yearly receiving more earnest attention, and that the apparatus necessary for the prosecution of the study is more easily procured."

Kitto's Journal of Sacred Literature. 3100 GESENII (Guil.) THESAURUS philologicus criticus LINGUAE HEBRAEAE et CHAE

DAEAE Veteris Testamenti post Gesenii decessum composuit Prof. Dr. Aemil. Roediger. Editio II. secundum radices digesta priore germanica longe auctior et emendatior, 3 vols. 4to. (pub. at £3. 10s unbound) £2. 168


3101 HOFFMANN (A. Th.) Grammaticae Syriacae libri III., 4to. 3 facsimiles, half russia, 10s

Halae, 1827 3102 HURWITZ, Hebrew Tales, translated from the ancient Hebrew Sages, 12mo. calf, 6s

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Berlin, 1849 3104 JUDAEO- Spanish Grammar, 8vo. bd. 2s 6d

A. Cr. 5612 3105 KABBALA DENUDATA, seu Doctrina Hebræorum transcendentalis (ex Hebræo Latine reddita a C. Knorr von Rosenroth), 3 vols. 4to. plates, €3.3s

Sulzbaci, 1677-84 This work is very difficult to be obtained complete with the piece entitled “ Adumbratio Kabbalæ Christianæ," which ought to be at the end of the last volume ; it is yet very much more rare with a treatise of 192 pages, entitled, “ Liber, seu Porta Coelorum," &c. Sold for 72 francs, La Valliere ; 61 francs Maucune."- Brunet. Both the rare pieces are included in the present copy.

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Dresdae, 1733-42 “In this work the learned author follows the example of Dr. Lightfoot. He goes over the same books, but superficially, and supplies what was wanting on the Epistles and Revelations. In the opinion of Walch, Schoettgen is superior to Lightfoot: he pronounces his work to be one of great erudition, industry, and use."- Orme. 3123 SOHAR (The), containing the deepest Arcana of the CABALA, in Hebrew (with

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1714 3128 YEATES (T.) Hebrew Grammar, compiled by Ashworth, and re-edited by T. Yeates, 7th edition, by F. Bialloblotzky, royal 8vo. cloth, 2s 6d

1846 3129 ZANOLINI Lexicon Chaldaico-Rabbinicum, cum Rabbinorum abbreviaturis, stout 4to. hf. vellum, 35s

Patavii, 1747 3130 Lexicon Syriacum, sm. 4to. hf. vellum, 58

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Ratio addiscendae Linguae Chaldaicae-rabbinicae-talmudicae, 4to. hf. vellum, 58

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1821 3136 HINDEE and HINDOSTANEE SELECTIONS, to which are prefixed the Rudiments

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1847 The inconvenience of carrying about the bulky and expensive tomes of Gilchrist is generally felt and complained of, and has induced the compiler to offer to the public a Pocket Dictionary of English and Hindûstáni, which, from its comprehensiveness and portability, he trusts will be found of real utility.

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