|This book contains 4 books with sermons for various occasions, published in Germany and Austria between 1864 and 1906. These volumes include:
Leichenrede by Benedict Hause. Drittes Baendchen. Frankfurt am Main: J. Kauffmann, 1890-92. Benedict Hause lived from 1814-1896. This volume is a collection of eighteen funeral sermons.
Zur Jahreswende. Festpredigten, gehalten am Roschhaschana und Yom Kippur 5666 by Max Beermann . Berlin: Druck: A. Scholem, ca. 1906. Dr. Max Beerman lived from 1873-1935. He was the “Rabbiner der Kreis=Synagogen=Gemeinde Insterburg” [Rabbi of the district synagogue for the community of Insterburg, in Russia].
This volume is a collection of eight sermons for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur services. It is written in German, with some Hebrew.
Aus der Wiener israelitischen Cultusgemeinde 5624: Sieben Zeit-Predigten by Adolf Jellinek. Wien: Herzfeld & Bauer, 1864.
Adolf Jellinek (1821-1893) was a famous and well-renowned Viennese preacher and scholar. Some 200 of his sermons were published, and many were translated into Hebrew. Jellinek’s sermons tended to relate to actual problems of the day, yet they also made brilliant and original use of aggadah and Midrash. Personally lenient in matters of ritual, he advocated a moderately liberal line, striving for unity in the community. He also opposed the omission from the prayer book of references to Zion and prayers for the restoration of sacrifices. This volume contains seven sermons intended for the Israeli community of Vienna. It is written in German, with some Hebrew.
Sechzig Toaste fuer alle festlichen Ereignisse des israelitischen Familien- und Vereinslebens von Benedict Hause by Benedict Hause. Frankfurt am Main: Verlag von J. Kauffmann, 1892.
Benedict Hause lived from 1814-1896. This volume is a collection of sixty toasts to be used during Jewish customs and celebrations.