Rabbi and Priest: A Story

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Jewish Publication Society of America, 1891 - Jews - 314 pages
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Page 316 - Francisco Chronicle. A succinct, well-written history of a wonderful race. — Buffalo Courier. The best hand-book of Jewish history that readers of any class can find. — New York Herald.
Page 316 - York Sun. The. Jewish Publication Society of America has not only conferred a favor upon all young Hebrews, but also upon all Gentiles who desire to see the Jew as he appears to himself.— Boston Herald.
Page 317 - It will have especial interest for the boys of his race, but all schoolboys can well afford to read it and profit by it. — Albany Evening Journal. Told simply and veil.— New York Sun.
Page 316 - PH. D. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. The entire work is one of great interest ; it is written with moderation, and yet with a fine enthusiasm for the great race which is set before tho reader's mind — Atlantic Monthly.
Page 320 - Dues, $3.00 per Annum All Publications For Sale by the Trade and at the Society's Office SPECIAL TERMS TO SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES The Jewish Publication Society of America OFFICE, JOJ5 ARCH ST., PHILA., PA. PO Box 1164...
Page 316 - News. We should like to see this volume in the library of every school in the State. — Albany Argus. A succinct, helpful portrayal of Jewish history.— Boston Post. Bound in Cloth. Price, postpaid, $1.00, Library Edition. 75 cents. School Edition. "THINK AND THANK.
Page 318 - The writer, who is considered by far the greatest of Jewish historians, is the pioneer in his field of work — history without theology or polemics . . . His monumental work promises to be the standard by which all other Jewish histories are to be measured by Jews for many years to come.
Page 317 - English language which. can be placed in the bands of a Jewish boy with the assurance of arousing and maintaining his interest.— Hebrew Journal. Intended for the young, but may well be read by their elders. — Detroit Free Press. . Bright and attractive reading.— Philadelphia Press. THINK AND THANK will please boys, and it will be found popular in Sunday-school libraries.— Arę> York Herald.
Page 319 - The pamphlet is full of facts, and will inform people very fully in regard to the basis of the complaints made by Jews against Russia.
Page 316 - Atlantic Monthly. We doubt whether there is in the English language a better sketch of Jewish history. The Jewish Publication Society is to be congratulated on the successful opening of its career. Such a movement, so auspiciously begun, deserves the hearty support of the public. — Nation (New York).

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