Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 23 – 1969/70

Edited by -- Sarah Cohen, M.A., Ph.D

  • 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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