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Lot #    10626
Auction End Date    5/24/2005 1:09:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Minhah Hadashah al the Pesah Haggadah
Title (Hebrew)    מנחה חדשה על הגדה של פסח
Author    [Haggadah] R. Naftali Hayyim Horowitz of Dzikov
City    Jerusalem
Publisher    Isaac Gashzini; Nissan Bak
Publication Date    1883
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   [1], 4, [2] ff., 284:200 mm., wide margins, usual age staining, taped on folds, bound in modern full calf boards, tooled in blind.
          
Detailed
Description
   Commentary on the Passover Haggadah by R. Naftali Hayyim ben Meir Horowitz of Dzikov. On the title page the author states that it is intended to explain deep matters, to teach Torah and hukim, for “Her ways are ways of pleasantness” (Proverbs 3:17). He writes that, “it is a present sent” (cf. Genesis 32:19) by him, son-in-law of Hayyim Zanzer [Halberstam], grandson of Maharm of Tiktin. On the verso of the title page are letters (approbations) from R. Hayyim Halberstam and R. Joseph Saul ha-Levi Nathanson. The text is comprised of the commentary only without the text of the Haggadah. It is set in two columns in rabbinic type excepting headers and initial words. It has been suggested that the title page alone was set by the Gashzini press, whose name appears on the title page, for the letters of the text are those of the Bak press. This copy is munificently bound in stamped leather.

R. Naftali Hayyim ben Meir Horowitz of Dzikov (1840-95) was the eldest son of R. Meir of Dzikov. For a time he lived in Nowy Zanz. Refusing to accept any rabbinical positions, R. Naftali Hayyim left his wife, Yohevet Rebbeca, and emigrated to Erez Israel. Once there he resided first in Safed and then in Jerusalem. He visited his family in Nwor for a brief time but then returned to Erez Israel. Among his other works are Minhah Hadashah, novellae on the Jerusalem Talmud (Jerusalem, 1880).

          
Paragraph 2    על הגדה של פסח... ממני נפתלי חיים הורוויץ חתן [חתנו של]... ר' חיים סאנזיר [האלברשטאם] ונכד... מהר"י [יצחק הורוויץ] אבדק"ק אה"ו נכדו של... מהר"ם [מאיר הורוויץ] מטוקטין...

עם ההסכמות שבהוצאה הראשונה שנדפסה עם נוסח ההגדה, ירושלם [תרל"ט]. בשולי הספר: "השער הזה נדפס בדפוסי יצחק גאשצינני". ראינו טופס עם שער שונה וההסכמות הן בשער.

          
Reference
Description
   Halevy Jerusalem pp. 164-65 no. 427; Rabbinowicz, Encyclopedia of Hasidism p. 222; Yudlov 1618; CD-EPI 0177671
        
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Listing Classification
Period
19th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Israel:    Checked
  
Subject
Hasidic:    Checked
Haggadah:    Checked
  
Characteristic
Language:    Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
Kind of Judaica