Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 27 – 1978/80

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

  • 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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