Bibliotheca Anglo-judaica: A Bibliographical Guide to Anglo-Jewish History

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Office of the "Jewish chronicle,", 1888 - Jews - 231 pages
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Page 53 - LONDON DIRECTORY of 1677. The oldest printed list of the merchants and bankers of London. Reprinted from the exceedingly rare original ; with an introduction pointing out some of the most eminent merchants of the period.
Page 46 - Vindiciae Judaeorum, or a letter in answer to certain questions propounded by a noble and learned Gentleman, touching the reproaches cast on the Nation of the Jews, wherein all objections are candidly and yet fully cleared' did more than any other of his writings to perpetuate the name of Menasseh ben Israel.
Page 44 - A False Jew or a Wonderful Discovery of a Scot, Baptized at London for a Christian, Circumcised at Rome to act a Jew, re-baptized at Hexham for a believer but found out at Newcastle to be a cheat.
Page 47 - A Brief Answer to some of the Objections and Demurs made against the coming in and inhabiting of the Jews in this Commonwealth.
Page 60 - Answer to a Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his Friend in Town.
Page 7 - LINCOLN : or an Examination of a curious Tradition ^ respecting the JEWS, with a Notice of the Popular Poetry connected with it. By the Rev. A.
Page 63 - An act to permit persons professing the Jewish religion to be naturalised by parliament, and for other purposes therein mentioned ; and whereas occasion has been taken, from the said act, to raise discontents and disquiets in the minds of his majesty's subjects ; be it enacted,
Page 43 - Hireling Ministry None of Christ's, or A Discourse " touching the Propagating the Gospel of CHRIST " JESUS. Humbly Presented to such Pious and " Honourable Hands, whom the present Debate " thereof concerns. By Roger Williams, of Provi
Page 41 - Tenent of Persecution, for Cause of Conscience, discussed, in a Conference between Truth and Peace...
Page 85 - An Act for naturalizing foreign Protestants and others therein mentioned, as are settled or shall settle in any of His Majesty's colonies in America, to other foreign Protestants who conscientiously scruple the taking of an oath.

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