Pre-Expulsion England in the Responsa

It must have been a rash moment when I undertook to read a paper on Pre-Expulsion England in the Responsa before a gathering composed largely of experts. I confess that I was under no illusion from the very outset as to the difficulties involved. I saw before me a few small green patches that had already attracted the notice of formerg leaners in the field ofA nglo-Jewish history. But itw as only after applying myself to the task that I discovered tow hat extent these patches had been left denuded. Nevertheless, bearing in mind the saying that no man having set his hand to the plough and looking back is fit for the kingdom of heaven, I determined to persevere. And here I stand this evening with all diffidence venturing to offer you my handful of gleanings in the hope that they will not be entirely devoid of quality or

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