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Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. He distin- guishes between the dicta found in the Talmud, Sifri, Sifra, or Tosofla.

You can search through the full text of this book on the web at //books .google . on the one hand, and the diuta uf the Gconim on the other; the former wore binding on oil Jews, the latter only as for as their necessity and their utility or the authority of their propouiiders was recognised.

Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. ohla Oy, a» a i Ooff-wtl Wr, pnxlu CBj MBOlla (k««i Mi |Mi Me ■• ll Ua nowlj * aeure al ti(liif Dai,*w Cbn A JTtft M Aallf Jfat J. Maimouides therefore undertook to compile a complete code, which would conlain, in the language and style of the Mishnah, and withont discussion, tho whole of the Written and the Oral I^aw, all tho precepts recorded in the Talmud, Sifra.

Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Im Hl MWUre i.f mi LJcc I, Ultra U ■ oliftm Rt Kiut wtulcnjr Ha Lii« WMteen nude rnwn tlio pnwc vrttinsi of «n bd Umt wlin. Sifri and To«efts, and the decisions of the Oiwnim.

We also ask that you: Make iion-coninieicial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. In order to ensure tho completeness of the code.* the author drew up a list of the six hundred and thirteen precepts of tho Penta- teuch, divided them into fourteen groups, these again he subdivided, and thus showed how many positive and negative precepts were contained in each section of the llishneh thorah.

-I- Refrain from autoiiia Ted querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. Tho principles by which he wa« guided in this arrangement were laid down in a separate treatise? Works of a similar kind, written by his preileveesors, aa the Haladwth gedoloth of K.

It is ]iro(»cw«(i tu p HKimv, uinlvr Uio litlo of " Tl IK En OUSH AXD F0IU: I«: X rui LOSOMIICAL Ij IERAB^V' a «Tiil«r« l( ilia lnvti irxll nraiaiiiil hry ' tt r UHI |ri' . Any addition of references to each paragraph he probably considered Dscless to tho uninformed and superfluous to the learned. 170 ; p Age 'IHIi, note 3, Hetl: tiinr Propuaiticti ; p*f;c 2K9, luite 3, (contin. 2KK) ^niuiriii, ffryytv^s' ■•I'll, loai ujinow VHi, nu)!

On the 3rd of Sivan, I arrived Mifoly at Aooo, r W leaa thus raeued from apotiaay. On Tuesday, the 4th of Murchcflhvan, 49*26, 1 left Aooo, arrived at Jenuulem after a journey beset with difiictilties and with dangers, and prayed on the spot of the great and holy huuae on the 4th, ■0th, and Otb of Maroheehran. David, the brother of Moeee Maimc idea/ carried on a tradu in precious Htones, while Mob oooapied himself with his studies and interested himself Id tho communal af&irs of the Jeira.' It appears that for some lime Moses was supported by his brother, and when this brother died, he earned a liring by practising as a phy Bicion ; but he never sought or derived any bonelit from his Mjrvioee to his community, or from his corroepondenoe or from the works be wrote for the inslruc- tion of bis brethren ;^ the satisfaction of being of fiervioc to bis fetlow-crcaturea was for him a sufficient reward.

— After a long period of trouble and anxiety, the family of Maimoa arrired at Fostat,' in Kgypt, and settled there.

luiik Ibn Alfui) ; Sv Jcr Nmliitn I15 Juub b«u Mow 1'ti« dote b Mt gircn by Mnimoniibv in tkiii letter, but in n letter uldrg MOd lo Uiii Wiie BOn of the M*ni«illo con^gaiion, whic-h bmts tbff dat* llth 'lliliri. With the exception of the rhymed introduction, the letter was written in Arabic, " in order that all should be able to read and understand tt;" for tliat purpose the author desires that copies should be made of it« and circulated among the Jews. Nucbum, of the Magbreb, translated the letter into Hebrew.

Foco^o, u& The Bobtvir tmiitl«t Jonwii*«xnni(^ bv M-Tornl Kknl Ara, *ix., tha tnatiw M Bf Twi Mnfa, I'coh, Domu, Sbobbiilb, by Judah Cbarisi ; Ili« rauiaindor of Seitw Zent'in mv A S«dt T Moi'd by Joseph b. — Yet, iiiconsi Ktenlly with this sound advice the author gives a positive date of the Alessianic time,^ on the basis of an old tradition; the] inconsistency is so obvious that it is impossible to attribute this passage to ilaimonido B himself It is probably spurious, and has^ perhaps, been added by the tran Hlator.

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