Beginnings; Early American Judaica
1975 · Philadelphia
by Karp, Abraham J.
Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1975. xi, 67p., original stiff wrappers. Plus ten facsimile reprints in stiff wrappers of early American Judaica from 1761 until 1845. Total of 11 volumes, in the original publisher's slipcase. Contents of the ten facsimiles: v. 1, Evening service or Roshashanah, and Kippur, or the beginning of the year, and the day of atonement (1961). v. 2, A sermon preached at the synagogue, in Newport, Rhode-Island, called "The Salvation of Israel"...by Haijim Isaac Karigal (1773). v. 3, Discourse, delivered in the synagogue in New-York on the ninth of May, 1798...by G. Seixas (1797). v. 4, An oration, delivered before the Hebrew Orphan Society on the 15th day of October, 1806, by Myer Moses (1807). v. 5, Governor Worthington's speech, on the Maryland Test Act (1824). v. 6, Service for the two first nights of the Passover, in Hebrew and English (1837). v. 7, Persecution of the Jews in the East (1840). v. 8, The Occident, and American Jewish advocate; a monthly periodical (April 1843). v. 9, The teachers' and parents' assistant; or, thirteen lessons...by an American Jewiss [Rebecca Gratz] (1845). v. 10, Discourse on the restoration of the Jews...by M. M. Noah (1845). (Inventory #: 025074)