Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 25 – 1973/75

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

  • 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)
  • 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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