Catalog Record: A Jewish calendar for fifty years containing detailed tables of the Sabbaths, new moons, festivals and fasts, the portions of the law proper to them and the corresponding Christian dates, from A.M. 5614 till A.M. 5664, together with an an introductory essay on the Jewish calendar system and tables for the continuation of the calendar till the year 5776, A.M. ... | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A Jewish calendar for fifty years [electronic resource] : containing detailed tables of the Sabbaths, new moons, festivals and fasts, the portions of the law proper to them and the corresponding Christian dates, from A.M. 5614 till A.M. 5664, together with an an introductory essay on the Jewish calendar system and tables for the continuation of the calendar till the year 5776, A.M. ... / by Jacques J. Lyons and Abraham De Sola.

Main Author: Lyons, Jacques Judah, 1813-1877
Related Names: De Sola, Abraham 1825-1882.
Language(s): English
Published: [Montreal? : s.n.], 5614 [i.e. 1854]
Subjects: Calendriers.
Calendrier juif.
Calendars.
Calendar, Jewish.
Note: Tables.
Some text in Hebrew characters.
Quote on t.p. in Hebrew characters.
"List of Jewish institutions"--p. [148]-173.
ISBN: 0665365233
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