This volume is the first to appear in its new format, and reflects the aim of the Society to make its publications known and available on as wide a basis as possible. It reflects also the desire of the Society to show itself involved not only in the history of the Jewish communities in the British Isles but also of all those who directly or indirectly came into contact with British Jewry. This has for some years been increasingly reflected in the range of papers included in the programme of lectures delivered under the auspices of the Society. It was thereafter obvious that if a lecture had been delivered under the Society’s auspices it should be published by it. There remained, however, a feeling that the Society was not particularly interested in the history of communities outside these islands. It is to eradicate such an impression that the Society has

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