Two pamphlets on the history of the Jews in England (William Arnall, 1736; Francis Goldsmid, 1830).
With an introduction by Paul Radin. Prepared by the personnel of the Work projects administration. Project no. 665-08-3-236. A. Yedidia, supervisor. R. Radin, editor ... Sponsored by the California State Library.
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|Related Names:||Radin, Paul 1883-1959, ed., Goldsmid, Francis Henry Sir 1808-1878., Arnall, William 1699 or 1700-1736.|
San Francisco, 1940.
Jews > Jews / Great Britain.
Jews > Jews / England.
Jews > Jews / Politics and government.
With reproductions of original title-pages: The complaint of the children of Israel, representing their grievances under the penal laws; and praying, that if the tests are repealed, the Jews may have the benefit of this indulgence in common with all other subjects of England. In a letter to a reverend high priest of the church by law established. The seventh edition. By Solomon Abrabanel, of the house of David. London: Printed for W. Webb ... 1736; and Remarks on the civil disabilities of British Jews. By Francis Henry Goldsmid. London. Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley ... 1830.
1 p. l., ii, 62 numb. l.
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