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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 18 – 1953/55

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  • Don Pacifico (A.M. Hyamson)
  • Jacob Waley 1818-1873 (B.B. Benas)
  • Jewish history and archives (Sir H. Jenkinson)
  • Some English examples of medieval representation of Church and Synagogue (L. Edwards)
  • Israel Zangwill (J. Leftwich)
  • Francis Town of Bond Street (1738-1826) and his family, with further notes on early Anglo-Jewish artists (A. Rubens)
  • Anglo-Jewish silver (A.G. Grimwade)
  • Anglo-Jewish architects and architecture in 18th and 19th centuries (E. Jamilly)
  • 18th century Anglo-Jewry in and around Richmond, Surrey (Rachel Daiches-Dubens)
  • Portuguese Jews in Jacobean London (E.R. Samuel)
  • Anglo-Jewry and development of American Jewish Life 1775-1850 (J.J. Neusner)
  • Sir George Jessel (1824-1883) (I. Finestein)
  • Medieval sources for Anglo-Jewish history: the Problem of Publication (Sir H. Jenkinson)
  • Memorial Addresses: Albert Montefiore Hyamson (C. Roth); Redcliffe Nathan Salaman (J.W. Parkes)

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 22 – 1968/69

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  • Benjamin Disraeli, Karl Marx, and the search for identity (Sir Isaiah Berlin)
  • Why Anglo-Jewish History? (Cecil Roth)
  • The Expulsion of the Jews from Prague in 1745 (Aubrey Newman)
  • The Jews of Brighton 1779-1900 (David Spector)
  • The origins of the Jewish Orphanage (Edward S. Conway)
  • Sir Winston Churchill and Israel (Oskar K. Rabinowicz)
  • The Rothschilds in caricature (Alfred Rubens)
  • 19th century Jewish colonies in Cyprus (John M. Shaftesley)
  • MISCELLANIES PART VII - A list of Jewish persons endenizened and naturalised 1609-1799 (W.S. Samuel, edited with a foreward by R.D. Barnett and A.S. Diamond)
  • Apprentices of Great Britain 1710-33 (Arthur P. Arnold, with introduction by R.D. Barnett)
  • A Letter from a Jewish Bookseller (A. Schischa) Laws of the Society

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 23 – 1969/70

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  • Frederic David Mocatta (1828-1905) (Sir Alan Mocatta)
  • The amazing clan of Buzaglo (Cecil Roth)
  • Anglo-Jewish life as reflected in the writings of Dayan Jacob Reinowitz 1875-1893 (Rabbi Eugene Newman)
  • The changed face of English Jewry at the end of the 18th century (Gerald R. Reitlinger)
  • Lord George Bentinck and the Jews (Sir Henry d'Avigdor-Goldsmid)
  • Emanuel Deutsch of ‘The Talmud' fame (Mrs Beth-Zion Lask Abrahams)
  • New light on the selection of Jewish children's names (Edgar R. Samuel)
  • Medieval Southampton and its Jews (Mrs Patricia Allin)
  • Anglo-Jewry in caricature 1780-1850 (Alfred Rubens)
  • Cecil Roth Memorial Tributes: Rabbi Abram V. Goodman, Raphael Loewe, Vivian D. Lipman; introduction Aubrey Newman.
  • MISCELLANIES PART VIII - Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue (Shearith Israel) Montreal, 1768-1968 (Esther I. Blaustein, Rachel A. Esar, and Evelyn Miller)
  • S.D. Luzzatto suggested as Haham 1853 (A. Schischa)

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 24 – 1970/73

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  • The letters of Israel Abrahams from Egypt and Palestine in 1898 (Phyllis Abrahams)
  • Jewry of South-West England and some of its Australian connections (Anthony P. Joseph)
  • Foreign trade of London Jews in the Sephardi century (Maurice Woolf)
  • Naturalisation of Jews in England (J.M. Ross)
  • On David Ricardo (1772-1823) (A. Heertje)
  • Abraham ben Naphtali Tang - a precursor of the Anglo-Jewish Haskalah (S.B. Leperer)
  • The British press and Zionism in Hertzl's time 1895-1904 (Benjamin Jaffe)
  • The literary career of Joseph Jacobs 1876-1900 (Brian Maidment)
  • Joseph Cortissos and the war of the Spanish Succession (Charles Rubens)
  • The community of the Resettlement 1656-84: a social survey (A.S. Diamond)
  • Jews and the English stage 1667-1850 (Alfred Rubens. The selection of Jewish children's names - some emendations (Edgar R. Samuel)
  • More letters of Hazan de Sola (Richard D. Barnett)
  • Jewish colonies in Cyprus - further information and letters from Cyprus, 1563 (John M. Shaftesley)
  • Norman Bentwich (1883-1971), a tribute by Helen Bentwich.
  • MISCELLANIES PART IX - ‘Sir Thomas Shirley's project for Jewes' (Edgar R. Samuel)
  • 18th century London Jewish shipowners (Maurice Woolf)
  • Punch and the Jews 1841-58 (Beatrice Rosenblum)
  • The remarkable career of Haham Abraham Gabay Yzidro (Cecil Roth)
  • Spanish Jews in London in 1494 (A. Schischa)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 25 – 1973/75

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  • The beginnings of the Newcastle Jewish community (G.D. Guttentag)
  • Leonard Woolf's attitudes to his Jewish background and to Judaism (Freema Gottlieb)
  • David Gabay's 1660 letter from London (Edgar R. Samuel)
  • Was Moyse's Hall, Bury St Edmunds, a Jew's house? (Edgar R. Samuel)
  • The Jews in the Canary Islands: A Resettlement-evaluation (Professor Haim Beinart)
  • Aaron Levy Green (1821-1883) (Alex M. Jacob)
  • Jewish glass-makers (Zoe Josephs)
  • Rabbi Jacob Judah Leon (Templo) of Amsterdam (1603-75) and his connections with England (A.L. Shane)
  • Weizmann: A new type of leadership in the Zionist movement (Professor Chimen Abramsky)
  • Jews in English Regular Freemasonry 1717-1860 (John M. Shaftesley; List (Appendix) by the Rev. Morris Rosenbaum)
  • Diplomatic aspects of the Sephardi influx from Portugal in the early 18th century (Richard D. Barnett)
  • Provincial Jewry in Victorian Britain: a report (Aubrey Newman)
  • MISCELLANIES PART X -
  • Bibliographical Serendipity (A. Schischa) - Haham Azulay's Moreh b'Etzbah and Tsiporen Shamir
  • Registered communities in 1852
  • Longfellow's ‘A Psalm of Life' in Hebrew
  • Cecil Roth Bibliography: Supplement (Robert Singerman)
  • The ‘Gaster Papers' (Trude Levi)
  • Deputies Records Catalogued
  • Book notes

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 26 – 1974/78

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  • The historian in two worlds (Aubrey N. Newman)
  • Ashkenazic reactions to the conversionists 1800-1850 (Rabbi Harvey W. Meirovich)
  • The stirrings of the 1590s and the return of the Jews to England (Professor Theodore K. Rabb)
  • The decline and expulsion of the medieval Jews of York (Professor R.B. Dobson)
  • George Eliot: her Jewish associations - a centenary tribute (Beth-Zion Lask Abrahams)
  • The Jew as scapegoat? The settlement and reception of Jews in South Wales before 1914 (Geoffrey Alderman)
  • The Jews of Spanish North Africa 1600-1669 (Jonathan Israel)
  • The settlement of Jews in Gibraltar 1704-83 (Mesod Benady)
  • Tributes: Arthur Sigismund Diamond 1897-1978 by Judge Israel Finestein: Rabbi Sir Israel Brodie 1895-1979 by Vivian D. Lipman.
  • MISCELLANIES PART XI -
  • Passover in Shakespeare's London (Edgar Samuel)
  • The Jews of Cornwall in local tradition (Venetia Newall)
  • Book notes

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 27 – 1978/80

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  • Anglo-Jewry in the 18th century: a presidential address (Aubrey Newman)
  • Manuel Levy Duarte (1631-1714): an Amsterdam merchant jeweller and his trade with London (Edgar Samuel)
  • Richard of Devizes and the alleged martyrdom of a boy at Winchester (Patricia Allin)
  • James Finn: Her Britannic Majesty's Consul at Jerusalem between 1846 and 1863 (Beth-Zion Lask Abrahams)
  • The Central British Fund for World Jewish Relief (Joan Steibel)
  • Claude Montefiore, Lily Montagu, and the origins of the Jewish Religious Union (Steven Bayme)
  • The assassination of Lord Moyne (Bernard Wasserstein)
  • Dr Jacob de Castro Sarmento and Sephardim in medical practice in 18th century London (Richard Barnett)
  • A reassessment of Benjamin Disraeli's Jewish aspects (Benjamin Jaffe)
  • MISCELLANIES PART XII -
  • Talmud (Edgar Samuel)
  • Hebrew printed books in the library of Westminster Abbey (David Goldstein)
  • Sir Solomon de Medina's textile warehouse (Diana de Marly)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 28 – 1981/2

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  • Jews and castles in medieval England (Vivian D. Lipman)
  • Anglo-Jewish country houses from the Resettlement to 1800 (Malcolm Brown)
  • A modern examination of Macaulay's case for the civil emancipation of the Jews (Israel Finestein)
  • Anglo-Jewry and Essaouira (Mogodor) 1860-1900: the social implications of philanthropy (Daniel Schroeter)
  • Jewish-Christian relations since the inception of the Council of Christians and Jews (William W. Simpson)
  • Sir Hersch Lauterpacht: teacher, writer and judge - a presidential address (Dorothy Stone)
  • Localism and pluralism in British Jewry 1900-80 (Barry A. Kosmin)
  • MISCELLANIES PART XIII -
  • Dr Hector Nunez: Elizabethan merchant (Charles Meyers)
  • An 18th century plan to invade Jamaica: Isaac Yeshurun Sasportas - French patriot or Jewish radical idealist? (Zvi Loker)
  • The Jewish cemetery at Kalkara, Malta (Derek Davis)
  • Moses Montefiore and Canada (Michael Brown)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 29 – 1982/86

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  • In Memoriam Richard David Barnett (1909-1986)
  • Judaica Publications by R.D. Barnett. Francis Bacon and the Jews: who was the Jew in the New Atlantis? (Lewis S. Feuer)
  • Mr Pepys' contacts with the Spanish and Portuguese Jews of London (Richard Barnett)
  • Contemporary English opinions on the Sabbatean movement (Zvi Loker)
  • Voltaire and the Sephardi bankrupt (Norma Perry)
  • Contacts between Jews in Smyrna and the Levant Company of London in the 17th and 18th centuries (Eliezer Bashan)
  • Jewish medical students and graduates in Scotland 1739-1862 (Kenneth E. Collins)
  • Anglo-Jewish trading connections with officers and seamen of the Royal Navy, 1740-1820 (Geoffrey Green)
  • The Jews of Bath (Malcolm Brown and Judith Samuel)
  • Isaac D'Israeli and his quarrel with the Synagogue - a reassessment (A.L. Shane)
  • The establishment of the Rothschilds as bankers (S.D. Chapman)
  • Sir Moses Montefiore: a modern appreciation (Israel Finestein)
  • Agricultural land in Palestine: letters to Sir Moses Montefiore, 1839 (Ruth Kark)The Rothschilds and Disraeli in Buckinghamshire (David Kessler)
  • From apology to revolt: Benjamin Farjeon, Amy Levy, and the post-emancipation Anglo-Jewish novel, 1880-1900 (Bryan Cheyette)
  • Lyons versus Thomas: the Jewess abduction case (Ursula Henriques)
  • Lucien Wolf's efforts for the Jewish communities in Central and Eastern Europe (Chimen Abramsky)
  • Eastern European Jewish immigrants in England: a quarter-century's view (Lloyd P. Gartner)
  • The Littman Library of Jewish Civilisation (Louis Littman)
  • Dr Richard Barnett - a recollection (Adolf Schischa)

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 30 – 1987/8

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  • In Memoriam David Goldstein (1933-1987)
  • Publications by David Goldstein. The Jewish presence in Imperial China (Michael Loewe)
  • St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, and its Jewish connections (Claire Hilton)
  • Dr Rodrigo Lopes' last speech from the scaffold at Tyburn (Edgar Samuel)
  • Resistance and rebellion in 18th century France (Frances Malino)
  • The Jews of Hackney before 1840 (Malcolm Brown)
  • Brighton Jewry reconsidered (David Spector)
  • Jews and Robert Browning: fiction and fact (David Goldstein)
  • The Dreyfus Affair: could it have happened in England? (A.L. Shane)Ideological components in Anglo-Jewish opposition to Zionism before and during the First World War: a restatement (Stuart A. Cohen)
  • The Revd John Harris: issues in Anglo-Jewish pacifism, 1914-18 (Evelyn Wilcock)
  • Anglo-Jewish foreign policy in crisis - Lucien Wolf, the Conjoint Committee and the War, 1914-18 (Mark Levene)
  • Edwin Montagu (Eugene Black)
  • Adolph Buchler, Principal of Jews' College, 1906-39. Bibliography of work of Adolph Buchler (Bruno Marmorstein)
  • Decca Days - the career of Wilfred Sampson Samuel, 1886-1958 (Edgar Samuel)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 31 – 1988/90

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  • Anglo-Jewry under Edward I: credit agents and their clients (Robin Mundill)
  • A magnate among the marchers: Hamo of Hereford, his family and clients 1218-1253 (Joe Hillaby)
  • Money and the hangman in late-13th century England: Jews, Christians and coinage offences alleged and real (Part I) (Zefira Entin Rokeah)
  • The Curiel family in 16th century Portugal (Edgar Samuel)
  • A second Jewish community in Tudor London (Roger Prior)
  • The Readmission of the Jews to England in 1656 in the context of English economic policy (Edgar Samuel)
  • Old clothes men: 18th and 19th centuries (Betty Naggar)
  • A ‘Miniature Sanctuary' at Clapton House, 1781 (Raphael Loewe and Malcolm Brown)
  • Relations of the Mahamad of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation of London with the Holy Land in the 19th century (Miriam Rodrigues-Pereira)
  • Colonel Patterson, soldier and Zionist (Cecil Bloom)
  • M.H. Davis: the rise and fall of a communal upstart (Geoffrey Alderman)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 33 – 1992/4

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  • The London Jewry: William I to John (Joe Hillaby)
  • The role of Jews in the British colonies of the Western Mediterranean (T.M. Benady)
  • The Jewish presence in the London theatre, 1600-1800 (Kalman A. Burnim)
  • A collection of Anglo-Jewish ephemera (Arthur B. Hyman)
  • The Jews of Essex before 1900 (Malcolm Brown)
  • An Ipswich worthy portrayed by John Constable (Malcolm Brown)
  • The Jewish friendly societies of London 1793-1993 (Raymond Kalman)
  • No ordinary tradesmen: the Green family in 19th century Whitechapel (Alex Jacob)
  • ‘Popular politics' and the Jewish question in the Russian Empire 1881-2 (John Klier)
  • The politics of immigration, 1881-1905 (Cecil Bloom)
  • The historiography of Anglo-Jewry, 1892-1992 (Aubrey Newman)
  • The foundation of The Jewish Historical Society of England, 1893 (Stephen Massil)
  • References to the Holocaust in English Law Reports (Aron Owen)
  • The establishment of the Reform Beth Din in 1948 - a barometer of religious trends in Anglo-Jewry (Jonathan A. Romain)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 34 – 1994/6

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  • In Memoriam Dorothy Stone (1908-1995)
  • The young Cecil Roth, 1899-1924 (Geoffrey Alderman)
  • Samuel Montagu and Zionism (Cecil Bloom)
  • Bukharan Jews, ancient and modern (Audrey Burton)
  • The ritual-child-murder accusation: its dissemination and Harold of Gloucester (Joe Hillaby)
  • Genealogy and Jewish history (Anthony Joseph)
  • Debt in Elizabethan England: the adventures of Dr Hector Nunez, physician and merchant (Charles Meyers)
  • A quest for a grandfather: Sir Philip Magnus, 1st Bart, Victorian educationalist (Ruth Sebag-Montefiore)
  • Rabbi Elias Menahem: a late 13th century English entrepreneur (Robin Mundill)
  • A Hospitaller and the Jews: Brother Joseph de Chauncy and English Jewry in the 1270s (Zefira Entin Rokeah)
  • Two papal letters on the wearing of the Jewish badge, 1221 and 1229 (Nicholas Vincent)
  • Aspects of Jewish contributions to musical life in Britain, 1770-1820 (Barry Weinberg)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 35 – 1996/8

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  • In Memoriam Sir Isaiah Berlin (1909-1997)
  • In Memoriam Alfred Rubens (1903-1998)
  • Italian musicians at the Tudor Court - were they really Jews? (Alessio Ruffati)
  • Don Fray Francisco de Victoria, 1540-92, Bishop of Tucuman (Edgar Samuel)
  • The Jewish ancestry of Velasquez (Edgar Samuel)
  • The Jews in Hull between 1766 and 1880 (Israel Finestein)
  • Moses Samuel, Liverpool Hebraist (Bernard Wasserstein)
  • A pioneering philosemite: Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna (1790-1846) and the Jews (Hilary Rubinstein)
  • The Jews of Gravesend before 1915 (Malcolm Brown)
  • The Jews of early St John's Wood (Malcolm Brown)
  • F.H. Goldsmid and Archbishop Whately of Dublin: their significance in the emancipation debate (Tony Hammond)
  • The influence of German music on United Kingdom synagogue practice (Alexander Knapp)
  • Jews in Vanity Fair (John Franks)
  • Claude Montefiore: defender of rabbinic Judaism (Edward Kessler)
  • Lucien Wolf, (1857-1930); a study in ambivalence (Israel Finestein)
  • Isaac Diamond and the Jews in the timber trade in the East End 1880-1910 (Bryan Diamond)
  • Kaethe Cohn's Escape from Berlin to London in 1942 (Charles Rubens)
  • The SIG: behind the lines with Jewish commandos (Martin Sugarman)Two Jewish heroines of the SOE (Martin Sugarman)
  • Book notes.
  • With cumulative index to volumes 26 to 35

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 36 – 1999-2001

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  • The institution of halukkah; a historical review (Cecil Bloom)
  • Revd Solomon Lyon of Cambridge 1755-1820 (Naomi Cream)
  • Bernard Baron: tobacco and philanthropy (Gerry Black)
  • Bertam B. Benas; forgotten Zionist (Mervyn Goodman)
  • Health and medical care of the Jewish poor in the East End of London, 1880-1914 (Gerry Black)
  • The Zion muleteers of Gallipoli, March 1915-May 1916 (Martin Sugarman)
  • The British Labour Party and Palestine, 1917-1948 (Cecil Bloom)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 37 – 2002

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  • The End of Jewish history? (Bernard Wasserstein)
  • The discovery of two medieval pikva'ot in London and a reinterpretation of the Bristol 'mikveh' (Ian Blair, Joe Hillaby, Isca Howell, Richard Sermon and Bruce Watson)
  • Testimony from the Margin: The Gloucester and Its Neighbours; c. 1159 - 1290 (Joe Hillary)
  • Antonio Rodrigues Robles, c. 1620-1688 (Edgar Samuel)
  • Bevis Marks synagogue and the City churches (Kenneth Rubens)
  • Jewish top wealth-holders in Britain, 1809-1909 (William Rubinstein)
  • Asher Asher: Victorian physician, medical reformer and communal servant (Kenneth Collins)
  • The Hebrew, Order of David, from Whitechapel to Hendon via South Africa (Raymond Kalman)
  • Confounding the enemy: Jewish RAF Special Operators in radio counter measures with 101 Squadron, September 1943-1945 (Martin Sugarman)

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