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INDE X.

A.
Abarbanel, see Avravenel, 40.
Abbreviations, 290.
Aben Ezra, early Jewish Gram-

marian, 48.
Abhorrence, by Christians, 83.
Abraham, tactics, 5; tomb, 99,

144 ; tent, 108.
Abraham, son of David, celebrated

rabbi, 2, 278.
Abrogation of oath, More Judaico,

38.
Academy, first Jewish in Spain, 91.
Acknowledgment of Hungarian

Jews, 143
Adam, all mankind in him, 151.
Adaptation to changes of climate,
Address to George II., 59.
Adler, Dr., nationality of, 34 ; ex-

tract from sermon, 62.
Adolph of Nassau, Israelites in his

20.

Animosity at Lubec, 10; between

Jews and Christians, 57; rabbini-

cal, 199.
Anan ben David, a Karaite, 277.
Anne, Queen, gift of, 33.
Apes, see Ceylon, 115; transforma-

tion to, 117
Aphorisms of Sages, 136; Talmudi-

cal, 248.
Apocrypha, 201.
Application to Henry VII., 86; to

Charles II., 235.
Aptitude for music, 8.
Arabs, early translators, 3; their

language, 10; protect the Jews,

120, 145; their philosophy, 278.
Aristotle, philosophy, 3, 45; a Jew

(?), 156, 245.
Arles, congregation there, 3.
Arnold, Dr., quotation from, 188.
Arrest of Hamburg Jews, 84.
Art, Hebrew, 76.
Arthur, King, Hebrew MS. his-
Assertions, calumnious, 194.
Assyrian ideas, 289.
“ Audi alteram partem,” 164.
Authority of tradition, 234.
Auto da fé, offered as diversion, 28;

last in Portugal, 288.
Averroes, instructor of Maimonides,

46; curious sentence on him,

ibid., translated, 279.
Avicebron, 278.
Avigdor, H., reply to Hallez, 164.

army, 161.

tory, 128.

Adrian, see Hadrian, 166.
Advice to Charles V., 153; of R.

Jochanan, 247.
Aguilar, signification of (?), 55.
Ahasuerus and Esther, 214.
Akiba, R., assemblies of, 160.
Alexandria, synagogue there, 272.
Allusions, classical, 199, 264.
Alonso VI. at Toledo, 124.
Alphabet, see Zephaniah, 189.
Alteration of commandments, 75.
Amsterdam, engraving of syna-
gogue, 169; erection of

syna-
gogue, 255.
Anecdote, humorous, 80; of the

peacock, 206.
Angel of Song, 112.

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“Bye-word and reproach," 204.
Byron, Lord, and the Motsos, 73.

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Bacon, Roger, purchases Hebrew

books, 33.
Bahya ben Joseph, 278.
Banishment of Jews, 49.
Baptism, hasty, 41; coercion, 64,

85; fraudulent, 141; a royal god-

mother, 151.
Bar Cocheba, or Coziba, 252, note.
Bath of Pharaoh, 127.
Beaconsfield, Earl of, see D'Israeli.
Beard, a good reproof, 47.
Beecher, H. W., on Jewish endur-

ance, 17.
Beer, Peter, history referred to, 179.
Belisarius defeated by Jews, 162.
Benas, B. L., Proverbs quoted by

him, 35.
Benediction of the sun, 262.
Benjamin of Tudela, travels, I, 51,

131.
Ben Jochai, Simon, a Kabbalist,

228.
Berlin, restriction of residence, 33 ;

permission to Mendelssohn, 34.
Bether, siege of, 251.
Betrothment of the Deity with

Israel, 153.
Bible, headings of chapters, 114;

new translation, 149 ; errors in
authorised version, 150; chapters

of the, 285.
Bills of exchange, 207.
Biography, writers on Jewish, 42.
Bishop of the Jews, 193.
Bitterness of death, 102.
Boast of Julian, 186.
Bokhara, Jews there, 170.

, .
Books, Hebrew, of genealogy, 21 ;

many sold, 32.
Boys and girls playing in the

streets,” 220.
Branch of David, 717 NOY, 21.
Broughton, Hugh, disputes with R.

Elias, 26; his writings, ibid.
Brussels a century ago, 217.
Builders' Hall, apt quotation, 86.
Burial charges, decision, 82.
Burying of the law, 226.
Buxtorff, works referred to, 48.

C.
Calumnious assertions, 194.
Cassimir, King of Poland, 179.
Cemetery, inscription on, 24.
Ceremony, mortifying, 238.
Ceylon, Jews there, 74; Tamul

language, 115.
Chalitza, enforcement of, 168.
Chanina, R., martyrdom of, 109.
Chapters of the Bible, 285.
Character, a nice one, 147 ; aver-

age, 223.
Characters, Hebrew, 285.
Charles II., application to, 235.
Charles V., advice to, 155; attempt

to convert, 176.
Charlemagne, cruel custom, 19;

embassy to, 42
Charter of Whitglaff, 99.
Chaucer quoted, 31, 49, 214.
Chayyug, early grammarian, 48.
Chester, Mary, a Jewess (?), ill.
Child, voice of, 19.
Cholera, superstitious practices,

108.
Christians, obligations of, 4; aver-

sion of Roman, 16; animosity,
57 ; abhorrence, 83; evidence,

238.
Church, glory of, 104.
Civilisation, Hebrew, 65.
Classical allusions, 199, 264.
Clement, St., quoted on Tactics, 5.
Colony, a remarkable, 173; Jewish

colonies, 273.
Commandments to Noah, 23 ; alte-

ration, 75; in ten lines, 84.
Concordance, Hebrew, 130.
Congregation at Arles, 3.
Consistory at Rome, 217.
Contents of Mishna, 182, 221, 240.
Conversion, fallacy of, 18; legen-

dary account, 29 ; failure of at-
tempt, 142: Papal, 230; of a

Jew, 243.
Converts, petition of, 71.
Cordova, former importance, 55.

.2I ,שבט יהודה ,Book of Judah

Elias, R., disputation with Brough-

ton, 26.

Cornwall, Jews there, 212, 276.
Cosmopolitan people, 196.
Council of Cologne, 156.
Crabbe, tirade of, 185.
Cretensis, Moses, 140.
Crimes attributed to Jews, 142 ; of

the Twelve Tribes, 267.
Croly, Rev. George, quoted, 190.
Cromwell, the Messiah (?), 6; ad-

dress to, 27 ; transactions with

Jews, references, 231.
Crucial test, 242.
Cumberland, quotations from, 187,

209.
Cups, marvellous, 134 ; Solomon's,

145.
Customs, cruel, 19; permanency of

Jewish, 56; history of, 188.

Emancipation at Wurtemburg, 24;

in Sweden, 60.
Embassy of Charlemagne, 42; to

the Pope, i01.
Endurance, see Beecher, 17.
English Jews first mentioned, 98.
Engraving, a rare one, 169.
Epochs of Jewish learning, 268.
Era and Calendar, 272.
Errors of great writers, 218.
Esther, a beautiful Jewess, 179.
Etheridge, Dr., quoted, 249.
Evidence, Christian, 238; of re-

vealed religion, 280.
Example of Pharaoh, 247.
Exchequer of the Jews, 270.
Executioner, refusal of, 262.
Extraction, Jewish, 247.
Eye, a Jew's, 275.

D.
D'Argens, intercession for Men-

delssohn, 34.
Darwin, on proportion of sexes,

188; tattooing, ibid.
Death, bitterness of, 102.
De Castro, secession from syna-

gogue, 170.
Defeat by Severus, 252.
Denization, grants of, 72, 95.
Denys Marchant, 103.
Dialogues of love, 12.
Diego di Storia, 87.
Disabilities, Jewish, 288.
Disclaimer of French Jews, 8o.
D’Israeli, Jewish origin, 37 ; me-

moirs, 67–81.
D’Israeli, Isaac, see Genius of Ju-

daism, 132, 206, 232-4.
Dogs, see Frankfort, 34; hanged

with Jews, 91.
Doors out of the world, 217.

F.
Fair of the turpentine tree, 107.
Families in England, 68.
“Fear of God," misunderstood, 16,

247.
Fourfold sense of the law, 265.
Fox and the Fishes, 160.
Fragment from a sermon, 87.
France, schools in the south, 1.
Francis I., attempted conversion,

176.
Frankfort, insulting inscription, 34.
Frederick the Great, favours Men-

delssohn, 34 ; refuses permission,

172.
Freedom, 24; freedom of con-

science, 15.

E.
Easter, bacon eating, 24; at Saint

Petersburg, see Vernet, 178.
Edgeworth, Miss, quoted, 209.
Education, advance of, 122.
Edward I., penal laws, 157.
Effects of prejudice, 209.
Elia Capitolana, 250.

G.
Gates of Heaven, 129.
Gebiral, Solomon ben, 41.
Genealogy, books on, 21, 278.
Genius of Judaism, 132, 206, 232-4.
George II., address to him, 59.
Germany, persecution, 9; Jews

there, 215.
Gesenius, writings of, 61,
Gideon, Sir Sampson, 263.

Gileadites, their test word, 22.
Ginsburg on the Kabbalah, 227.
God, the fear of, 16, 247; the word

“God,” 210.
“God save the King,” quotation,

261.
Golden Legend,

29.
Gondemar and Bacon, 28.
Gordon, Lord George, 171.
Governments, their object, 5.
Grammarians, Hebrew, 48.
Great Synagogue, dedication, 54.
Gregory of Huntingdon, 32.
Grostête, Bishop, Hebrew scholar,

31.
Guide of the Perplexed, 287.
Guimenée (properly Guinée), letters

to Voltaire, 4.

Hindoo, monstrous statues, 75.
Holland, Jews there, 255.
Howell, remarks, 239.
Huidekoper, extracts from, 210,

211, 222-4.
Hungarian Jews, gratitude of, 143.
Hurwitz, Professor, on the Talmud,
36.

I.
Ideas, Assyrian, 289.
Idleness reprehended, 130.
Impostor, 141.
Industry commended, 130.
Infidelity, see Authorised Version,

150.
Influence, Jewish, 210, 222.
Information, extraordinary, 15.
Ingratitude, filial, 53.
Inquisition established, 13.
Inscription on cemetery, 24; at

Frankfort, 34.
Integrity of R. Phineas, 220.
Intelligence of rabbins, 3.
Intolerance, against Jews, 13; Chris-

tian, 16.
Isaac and Ishmael, 97.
Isolation, see Hallez, 162.
Israelites at Malabar, 125, 253.

H.
Hadrian, war with Jews, 166.
Hagar, estimation by Mussulmans,

115.
Hail, miraculous, 250.
Hallez, isolation, 162 ; see Avigdor,

164.
Hand, kissing of, 153.
Hart, Professor S. A., on Hebrew

Art, 76.
Head, shaking, 123.
Headings of the Psalms, 258.
Heaven, gates of, 129.
Hebrew, read backwards, 6; simi-

larity with Arabic, 10; books,
32; melodies, 34 ; versions from
Arabic, 45; art, 76 ; language of
prayer, 76, 127 ; alphabet, 189;
and stranger, 224; names, 248;

characters, 285.
Helena, Empress, holy sepulchre, 15.
Henry IV. of France, freedom of

conscience, 15; his physician, 283.
Henry VII., application to him, 86.
“Hep,” origin of word, 217.
Herbert, Lady, “Cradle Lands,"

144.
Heretics, proceedings against, 88—

90.
Herschell, Rev. Solomon, nation-

ality, 34 ; witty remark, 177.

J.
Jarchi, or Rashi, 2.
Jetzira (177'9" TƏD), book of, 236.
Jewe, the surname, 98.
Jews, see Cross references, passim.
Jephtha's daughter, 117; classical

resemblance, 118.
Jewish maiden, a poem, 117.
Jewish disabilities, 288.
Jochannan, R., his advice, 247.
Joseph II. grants privileges, 290.
Josephus, notice of the Saviour (?),

181.
Juda-Ha-Levi, 278.
Judaism at Rome, 222.
Julian, his boast, 186.

K.
Kabbalah, Ginsburg on, 227, 236,

245 ; writers on, 267.
Karaite Jews, 275.

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