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Lot #    17095
Auction End Date    1/23/2007 12:47:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Hilkhata li-Meshiha
Title (Hebrew)    הלכתא למש'יחא
Author    R. Jacob Berdugo
City    Amsterdam
Publication Date    1844
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   Only edition. [1], 18 ff., octavo, 187:115 mm., usual age staining, pin size wormholes. A good copy bound in modern boards.
          
Detailed
Description
   Only edition of this halakhic work on debtor and creditor laws in Jewish law by R. Jacob ben Jekuthiel Berdugo. The title page, with verses appropriate to the subject matter on all four sides about the text, states that it is a pesak din (halakhic decision) on one of the halakhot of a tanna of the Tosefta by the author of Kol Ya’akov, transcribed by the brothers Moses and his brother and son-in-law Hayyim. It was brought to press by R. Abraham ben Joseph Halvah. The title page is dated with the verse “and he shall be for a glorious throne to his father’s house” (Isaiah 22:23). Hilkhata li-Meshiha is a detailed work on a complex subject. There are a large number of approbations at the end of the book.

R. Jacob ben Jekuthiel Berdugo belonged to the distinguished family of that name in Morocco. Residing chiefly in Meknis, the family, according to tradition, was of Davidic descent through the exilarch Bustanai. R. Jacob ben Jekuthiel Berdugo (1783–1843), was a dayyan and poet, known for his stand against the rabbis of Tiberias in favor of the Jerusalem rabbis in the controversy of 1836 over participation in the halukkah. His other works include Shufrei de-Ya'akov, responsa (1910); Gallei Amikta, a commentary on Mayim Amukkim of Judah Berdugo (1911); Kol Ya'akov, liturgical poems (1844). To'afot Re'em or Karnei Re'em, on Rashi and Elijah Mizrahi, is still in manuscript (Ms. Jerusalem National Library, Ms. Heb. 8°3839, and 1448).

          
Paragraph 2    והוא פס"ד אחד מן ההלכות אשר פעל ... הרב המחבר ספר קול יעקב [ר' יעקב בירדוגו] אשר העתיקו ... האחים ... כהר"ר משה ואחיו וחתנו כהר"ר חיים ... הובא לבית הדפוס ע"י ... הרובץ תחת משאו לעבוד עבודת הקדש ק"ק שער השמים ולשמור את דרך בית המדרש עץ חיים שבלונדון ... אברהם נר"ו בכמוהה"ר יוסף חלואה זצ"ל ... שנת והיה ל'כ'ס'א' כ'ב'ו'ד' ל'ב'י'ת' א'ב'י'ו'

מעבר לשער: הלכתא למש"יחא ... אשר הורה בדין שטר כיס היוצא על היתומים ... עם הסכמות חכמי הדור ... לקוחים מספר שו"ת שלו, הנקרא קהלת יעקב.

          
Reference
Description
   BE heh 800; EJ; CD-EPI 0115807
        
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Listing Classification
Period
19th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Holland:    Checked
Other:    Morocco
  
Subject
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Characteristic
First Editions:    Checked
Language:    Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
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