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Minhat Ya'akov, R. Jacob ben Judah Leib Gordon, Safed - Toronto 1914

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  • Lot Number 53962
  • Title (English) Minhat Ya'akov
  • Title (Hebrew) מנחת יעקב
  • Note Only Edition
  • Author R. Jacob ben Judah Leib Gordon
  • City Safed - Toronto
  • Publisher ha-Galil
  • Publication Date 1914
  • Estimated Price - Low 200
  • Estimated Price - High 500

  • Item # 2499549
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Physical Description

Only edition. 12, 104, [1] ff. octavo 228:145 mm., wide margins, light age staining. A very good copy bound in modern wrappers.


Detail Description

Discourses for Shabbat and festivals by R. Jacob ben Judah Leib Gordon. There are two title pages, the first multi-colored providing the title, author and place of publication, and a second informing that Minhat Ya'akov is for Shabbat, festivals, and various occasions. R. Jacob David Ridbaz gave an approbation for the book. Next is a detailed description of the twenty discourses comprising Minhat Ya'akov, on such varied subjects as signs of faith, honoring parents, emet le-Ya’akov, a dead fly, four exiles, four parashiot, hatred of brothers, burial places of the Avot, and lastly like a king. Each of the derashot encompass sub-topics.

R. Jacob ben Judah Leib Gordon (1877–1934), Canadian rabbi. Gordon was born in Danilowicz, and studied at Lithuanian yeshivot. He emigrated to Toronto in 1904 where he was recognized as the city's senior communal Orthodox rabbi. He helped found the Mizrachi movement in Toronto. In 1908 he helped establish the Simcoe Street talmud torah, the first in the city to use Hebrew as the language of instruction and precursor of the Associated Hebrew Schools. In 1919 Gordon addressed the founding conference of the Canadian Jewish Congress in Montreal on the subject of the five-day work week and its relationship to Sabbath observance. His writings include Minhat Ya'akov (1914) and "Dovev Siftei Yeshenim," on spiritualism, and "Nezirut min ha-Basar," on vegetarianism, both in manuscript.


Hebrew Description

[דרושים] לשבתות השנה, מועדים, חגים וזמנים שונים. חובר מאתי יעקב בלא"א מו"ה יהודא ליב נ"י גארדאן החופ"ק טאראנטא ...



BE mem 2361; EJ; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000116524