Sefer Lashon Zahav, by British Chief Rabbi David Tevele Schiff, Offenbach, 1822.

Sefer Lashon Zahav was written by Rabbi David Tevele HaKohen Schiff.  It gets its title because the values of the Hebrew letters in both the word Zahav and the name David add up to fourteen. Rabbi David Tevele Schiff served as Chief Rabbi of Great Britain and the Rabbi of the Great Synagogue of London … Continue reading Sefer Lashon Zahav, by British Chief Rabbi David Tevele Schiff, Offenbach, 1822.

Tzelach (Tzion Lenefesh Chaya) by Rabbi Yechezkel Halevi Landau, Sudlikov 1832 – and Rabbi Dr. Hermann Adler.

In 1966 the Jewish Historical Society of England published a book "Remember the Days" consisting of essays in honour of the historian, Cecil Roth.  One of the essays, by Adolf Schischa, is entitled Hermann Adler, Yeshiva Bahur.  Hermann Adler, the younger son of the Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler (who … Continue reading Tzelach (Tzion Lenefesh Chaya) by Rabbi Yechezkel Halevi Landau, Sudlikov 1832 – and Rabbi Dr. Hermann Adler.