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Leket Shoshanah v. 2
[Periodical] R. Samuel ha-Kohen Shwartz
Hirsch M. Ludovic
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Only edition. , 79 ff., quarto, 225:150 mm., nice margins, light age staining. A very good copy bound in later boards.
Complete run of volume two of this rare Torah journal published in Satu-Mare (Satmar) in 1935. The volume title page describes it as volume two of the monthly devoted to pilpul and older works of leading rabbis and their students with discourses, responsa, halakhah, and aggadah. It is published monthly by the young man, Samuel ha-Kohen Schwartz, son of the gaon, Naphtali, who was av bet din in Mod, Ungavar and the author of the responsa Bet Naftali, and grandson of Abraham Judah Kohen author of the responsa Kol Aryeh and av bet din in Bargas, etc. The verso of the title page has a table of contents. Each number in the volume has a Hebrew and Latin heading. The foliation and the articles, of which there are 101 simanim, have continuous enumeration throughout the volume. Among the topics are such varied subjects as whether, where Sukkah covering סיכך has remained in place for several years, it is necessary to place some new covering; why the last day of Hanukkah is called Zot Hanukkah; on kelai ha-kerem; if gloves are a separation for kiddushin with a ring; Pesahim 83; and on the custom on 15 Shevat to increase fine fruits.
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