Sir Moses Montefiore, 1784-1885 / O. Girardi.
מזמור שיר חנכת הבית : אשר בנה הגביר ... משה ... מונטיפיורי ואשתו יטא ... לזכרון תודה בשובם מארץ הקדשה ...
Order of service at the dedication of the synagogue founded by Moses Montefiore and Judith, his wife : in commemoration of the happy event of their visit to the Holy City of Jerusalem.
London (England)-place of publication
London : J. Wertheimer
עברית ואנגלית עמוד מול עמוד בספירת עמודים כפולה.
Hebrew and English on opposite pages, numbered in duplicate (p. 17 erroneously numbered for p.16).
Occasional prayers (Jewish liturgy)
Miscellaneous prayers (Jewish liturgy)
16, 17 [צ"ל 16] עמודים
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