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A 

JEWI SH CALENDAR 

FOR 

SIXTY-FOUR YEARS, 

DETAILING THE 

I NEW MOONS, FESTIVALS, AND FASTS, 

WITH THE SECTIONS OF THE LAW AS READ IN THE SYNAGOGUES EVERY SABBATH 
DURING THE YEAR; ALSO THE DAYS ON WHICH THE 
HOUR FOR COMMENCING SABBATH IS ALTERED; 
r TOGETHER WITH THE CORRESPONDING CHRISTIAN DATES. 

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TO WHICH ABB AODBD 

TABLES FOR CONTINUING THE CALENDAR TO A.M. 6000—2240 CM. 

AITD 

\ A CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE, 

FORMING A SUMMARY OF JEWISH HISTORY FROM THE FLOOD TO THE PRESENT TIME. 

WITH 

if VARIOUS OTHER USEFUL TABLES ; 

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BY 

' E. H. LINDO. 



p'tA D^itJ^I t3*D»in D^yiaSl nn«^ i^ni r)i^2 



LONDON : 

PRINTED BY L, THOMPSON, 19, GREAT ST. HELEN'S. 

TO BE HAD OF THE AUTHOR, 6. HAYDON SQUARE; AND D. N. CARYAIHO, 
BOOKSELLER, 154, FLEET STREET. 

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PREFACE. 



Whether in a prospective or retrospective point of view, no 
Science is more worthy of cultivation and encouragement, than 
that, which calculating- time by the aid of Astronomy, adjusts 
the results of observations, thus obtained, to the ordinary use 
and instruction of man in the various relations of historical 
knowledge^ commemorative guidance, or religious observ- 
ance. 

In the latter respect, a correct Calendar is of imperative 
necessity to the descendants of that People, who are enjoined 
by Scripture authority to the performance of Rites and Cere- 
monies upon the periodical return of certain '* days, times, 
and seasons,^' and which instituted by their Legislator, bear 
testimony to the latest posterity of the wonderful interposition 
of Providence in their favour, on the occasions recorded in 
those Scriptures, 

It is on this account (independent of others of high consi- 
deration), that the Jews have been proverbially anxious to 
regulate themselves by the most accurate principles in the 
formation of their Calendars. 

The Jewish Calendar^ published by Mr. Nieto, A.M. 5551, 
— 1791, comprising also the corresponding dates of the Chris- 
tian iEra, is now about expiring. From the conviction of the 
utility of such an Almanack, I was induced, in my leisure 
hours, to compile a similar one for the use of ray family ; the 
materials increasing upon my hands, I improved the plan, 
without the least idea of giving it publicity, but the urgent 
request of many respected friends, to whose opinions 1 defer. 



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has emboldened me to offer it to the Public, after obtaining 
the sanction of the Rev. Dr. Solomon Hirschel, and the Rev. 
Mr. David Meldola, for whose flattering testimonials (as an- 
nexed), I am greatly indebted. 

The Introduction to the work will shew, that the Jewish 
Calendar is much more ancient than many authors suppose it 
to be ; a short account is also given of the present Christian 
Calendar, and the last alterations made in it. 

The Rules for the Jewish Calendar are chiefly taken from the 
works of Maimonedes, who, following the system of preceding 
Sages, divided the hour into 1080 parts (as it greatly facilitated 
their calculations, being divisible by any of the units except 7), 
which I have reduced to our present division of time ; by these 
Rules our Calendar may be continued to any length of time. 

The Tables immediately following, will render it an easy 
task when required, to continue the Calendar in its present 
form for 338 years, the corresponding Christian dates having 
been calculated with accuracy. 

That our Festivals and Fasts may be more particularly 
known, I have added an Index of the various places in Scrip- 
ture where any allusion to them is made. 

The Division of the Sections of the Law and the Prophets, 
as read in our Synagogues, may be useful to those who, un-» 
acquainted with the Hebrew, may be desirous of reading 
them, at their stated times, in another language. 

In the Sections of the Prophets there are some small differ- 
ences between the Portuguese and German Rituals, which I 
have pointed out, so as to render the Table equally serviceable 
to both. 

The information as to the hours when Divine Service com* 
raences in the different Synagogues, will prove of utility 
to those frequenting them. 

I have formed a Table of the hours at which Sabbath ter- 
minates during the year^ which I have been enabled to cor- 
rect from information kindly furnished me by the Astronomer 
Royal, G. B. Airy, Esq , F. R. S., and which has been sanc- 
tioned by the aforenamed authorities ; it will also serve as a 
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PREFACE. V 

I have added a List of our Religious and Charitable Institu- 
tions/ in the hope that> by their being' more generally known> 
they will obtain additional support from the Benevolent, and 
thereby enable them to encrease the bene&ts they at present 
confer ; and although sooie few are exclusively confined to 
particular Congregations, yet the Members of the others are 
ever ready with their purses and personal exertions, to contri- 
bute their aid to benefit mutually the Societies of each. 

In alluding to these Institutions, I am confident I only ex- 
press the general feeling of the Jewish community in grate- 
fully acknowledging the kind Patronage and the generous 
support bestowed on several of them by the Members of the 
Royal Family, and l^y many b^evolent individuals of the 
Christian public. 

The ancient part of the Chronological Table will be found 
conformable to Scripture authority (making allowance at 
times for the difference of regnal and current years) and is de- 
rived from various Hebrew Chronologists, but chiefly from 
rrnnn no (the TaWe of Generations) 

The modern part is from the most approved Authors ; the 
cruelties inflicted on the Jews under the Romans, recorded 
in these pages, were the fearful consequences of a brave People 
struggling to regain their Independence. 

In later periods, the persecutions with which they were as- 
sailed, will be seen to have been either the acts of Princes who 
sought to replenish their empty doflers ; or the unbridled thirst 
of a populace seeking for plunder ; except in some few instances 
of a blind fanaticism, where the name of Religion was used, or 
rather, abused. 

To the honour of the Christian Clergy, it should be known, 
that they were generally more ready to protect, than to perse- 
cute, a People, whose crime, in the eyes of the multitude, was 
an adherence to the Religion of their Forefathers ; for the oft- 
told futile tales of using Christian blood in their Paschal Rites, 
or poisoning running streams, require no comment in the pre- 
sent Age 

* In this List the Gift of Sir Moses Montefiore, in 1823, to the Portuguese Congrega- 
tion, of the Freehold, Cock Court, Jewry Street, to be appropriated as Alms Houses, has 
been inadvertently omitted. 



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Vi PREFACE. 

Those Governments who have employed Jews in public si- 
tuations, have ever found them faithful to the trusts confided to 
them. I could have greatly extended the list of those, who 
have been honoured with Titles and Orders by enlightened and 
liberal Sovereigns ; or have been selected by their Fellow- 
citizens for the most important duties. 

To avoid a superfluity of figures, I have discontinued the 
Hebrew date, after page 111, except in the notices of our 
learned authors ; when that date for any particular event is 
required, it can be found by adding 3760 to the Christian 
iEra. 

The line of Hebrew in the title page requires explanation 
for those unacquainted with the Jewish writers^ whose ge- 
neral custom is to select a Scriptural sentence, analogous fo 
the work, to intimate the date, all our letters being numerals, 
those in larger characters than the text, added together, form 
the year, in the present instance 698 (the thousands being 
generally omitted). The most appropriate I could find I have 
adopted ; the translation of it is — 

^^ And let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years.'' 

Genesis, 1, v, xiv. 

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Having given to the Work the most patient attention and 
research to render it complete, I trust it will be found useful 
and instructive ; and that the difficulties incident to an under- 
taking of the kind, will ensure it the indulgence of a liberal 
public. 

The Author. 



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SANCTION OF THE REV. DR. SOLOMON HIRSCHEL, 
CHIEF RABBI. 



" Dear Sir, 



/ " In reply to your application on the subject of the 

Almanack you intend to publish, permit me to say, it is a principle with me, 
which I have adopted from my Honoured Father (of blessed memory), and 
in which long experience has confirmed me, not to afford the sanction of my 
Office to any new book, the utility of which is questionable, or which, con- 
taining mere speculations of human theory, may, by possibility, propagate 
error, or mislead the mind. That such is my principle is well known, nor 
would I, on light grounds, be induced to depart therefrom ; but if a work 
is laid before me, the general usefulness of which cannot be called in ques- 
tion, and which, based on certain and unerring rules, bears within itself the 
test of its own correctness, I think my sanction ought not to be withheld. 

** As such a Book I consider the Almanack to which your applica- 
tion refers. Its usefulness none will dispute, and that the present is a pro- 
per time for its publication must be admitted, as the computation of the 
late Haham Nieto (peace be with him) is so near its expiration. 

" I have not been able minutely to examine the whole of the work, 
but such parts as here and there I have examined I find correct, and I 
therefore hope and trust that such is the case throughout. 

'^ And though I am not a great proficient in Astronomy and Chro- 
nology, yet from what I have seen of your work, and as far as my limited 
acquaintance with these sciences enables me to judge, I do not hesitate to 
speak favourably of its merits, and to afford it the sanction of my approval. 

I am, dear Sir, 

Yours, very sincerely, 

SOLOMON HIRSCHEL, 

Chief Rabbir 
5, Bury Couri. 
\Oth Adar, A. M. 5698. 

E. H. LiNDO, Esq. 



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SANCTION OF THE REV. MR. DAVID MELDOLA, 
PRESIDING RABBI. 



" My Dear Sir, 

'< It is with a high degree of gratification I ooiiTey 
to you my sentiments on the Work yon have kindly submitted to my in- 
spection. The sublime Science of Astronomy has exercised the particular 
attention of our Ancient Talmudists, from the most remote periods of time, 
and in accordance to the language of Holy Writ, applying it to them, " For 
this is your wisdom and your understanding in the sight of the nations ;'' 
to their accurate computations, and to the manner in which they have so 
wisely treated and developed the principles of this Science, they have been 
indebted for the high distinction in which they have been held, and for this 
they have been held in admiration by all nations in successire ages. The 
importance of their researches is obvious, and highly necessary in order 
that the proper observance of our Holy Festivals should be held in the 
due seasons and accurate times, commanded by the Scriptures, and by 
their profound investigations, they have established the n^3yn PlDSn 

'^ From my early years, I have by the assistance of God, had my 
thoughts led particularly to this sublime subject ; partly through the di- 
rection and assistance of my late revered Father, whose erudition in it 
waA acknowledged to be profound ; and partly, from an earnest desire to 
thoroughly understand the Science. 

^ From these, and similar advantages, I trust I may be allowed to 
express my opinion on the Work, you are now about to present to the 
public. I consider you thoroughly informed and well versed in this 
Science, and well qualified to throw additional light on the study of it. 
In the present times, I consider a work of this description not only highly 
necessary, but actually wanting ; and although many eminent Works have 
of late appeared on this subject, particularly in Italy, yet the manner in 
which you have so ably and accurately treated it, shows this Work to be 
one of those calculated to be of eminent service to the world at large and 
to our Nation in particular. 

'* Wishing you success in this, and all your other literary under- 
takings which I have so much admired, 

I remaiD, with all respect, 

Tour's most truly, 

DAVID MELDOLA, 

Presiding Rabbi." 
10, Bevis Marks, 
17ih Adar, 5598. 

To E. H. LiNDo, Esa. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



Without entering into the Rabbinical accounts of the origin 
of the Hebrew Calendar, it will be sufficient to show its anti- 
quity, and to point out the erroneous opinions of various 
Christian Authors^ some of whom date its formation the 
same year as the Council of Nice, A..C. 325. The learned 
authors of the Encyclopsedia consider it to have been formed 
in A.C. 360, while others date it as late as A.C. 500. 

The M ishna, written by Rab Judah the Prince, more gene- 
rally known by the title of Rabenu Akadosh^ i. e. our Holy 
Master, which is a compilation of the Oral Law, written to 
prevent its being lost by our dispersion A.C. 180 according lo 
their Chronologists (but according to ours A.C. 141), is the 
first work we have that treats in any way on the Calendar ; 
the following extracts prove that our present form, and the 
intercalary month were generally known and followed at 
that time as at present : — 

'* If a person read the Meguila (the book of Esther) in the first Adar, 
and subseqaeotly finds it to be an emboli smic year, he must read it again 
in the second Adar (the intercalary month), there being no difference 
between the first and second Adar, except that on the latter the Meguila 
is to be read, and the Purim presents to be given, which is not done in the 
first Adar." — Treatise Meguila, Chap. 1, Aphar 4. 

^ If a man yows not to drink wine for a year, should it be ombolismic 
he may not drink it all that year, although it contains thirteen months ; 
but if a man yows not to drink wine until the beginning of Adar, he may 
drink it at the commencement of the first Adar.*'— TV^atife Vow$8f Oaths, 
Ckap, S, Aphor 5. 

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11. INTRODUCTION. 

Our next author was Rab Samuel, the Astronomer, who 
boasted that the paths of the heavens, were as well known to 
him, as the streets of Nahardea, where he resided ; by his cal- 
culation the Solar year consisted of three hundred and sixty- 
five days six hours^ the same as the Julian, which has been 
found to be incorrect ; although it is supposed he was ac- 
quainted with the precise time as well as Rab A.da, but he 

stated it in round numbers to render the calculations easier. 
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The errors in the Julian, or Old Style, were corrected in 

1582, by Pope Gregory 13th, who deducted ten days from 

October, making it that year to consist of twenty-one days 

only, that difference having occurred since the Council of 

Nice, whereby Easter had been kept at improper seasons, 

according to the ordinances of that Council. To endeavour 

to prevent the recurrence of these discrepancies, he ordered that 

only every fourth instead of every centenary year should be 

Bissextile. Thus the years 1900, 2100, 2200, and 2300 will 

not be leap years, but 2000 and 2400 will be Bissextiles. 

Although the Gregorian calculations have been made with 
great nicety, they are still imperfect, and other alterations 
must take place in future ages. As a proof, the Council of 
Nice ordained that Easter should not be kept on the same day 
as the first day of Passover, in order that there might be no 
appearance of Judaism in it ; " Nb videantur Judaizare" 
to prevent which they ordered its observance on the Sunday 
after the full moon, Passover being always kept the day of 
the full moon; and yet in 1825 both were kept on the same 
day, and this will again happen in 1903. (12th April.) 

Holland and the Protestant States of Germany adopted the 
New Style in 1700, by making that year to consist of 355 
days only. 



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INTRODUCTION. HI. 

The King ot Sweden fearing that striking off ten days at 
once might prove prejudicial to commercial transactions, 
adopted it gradually^ by making no leap year from 1696 to 
1744, the ten intermediate Bissextiles being only of 365 
days, made the year 1741 the same as other States, except 
England, where it was only adopted in 1752, by making the 
3rd of September to be reckoned the 14th, for having made the 
year 1700 Bissextile, it became necessary to deduct 11 days 
instead of 10 days, as other States had done. 

Russia is now the only European State that adheres to the 
old style,* which is yet observed by the Greek church, and 
thereby differs with the Protestant and Catholic churches in 
the observance of Easter sometimes eight days, in some years 
a month and even five weeks, but in some years it is observed 
at the same time. 

Contemporary with Rab Samuel, the Astronomer, was Rab 
Ada, born in Babylon, A. M. 3948 — A. C. 188, consequently 
he must have written a century previous to the Council of 
Nice ; his calculations are those we are guided by, and the 
experience of near seventeen centuries has proved their cor- 
rectness, not the smallest error having been discovered in that 
period of time. 





days 


hrs. 


min. 


sec. 


He calculated the Solar Year to 










consist of - * - 


365 


5 


55 


25S 


The Lunar Month from one con- 










junction to the other 


29 


12 


44 


H 


And the Lunar Cycle of 1 9 years 










to contain - - - 


6939 


16 


33 


3i 



* Owingf to the Year 1800 not having been Bissextile, there are now 
twelve days difference between the Old and New Styles ; after 1900 there 
will be thirteen days. 

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IV. INTRODUCTION. 

From these calculations, in A. C. 353 Rab Hilel formed 
tables for making calendars, which we use to this day ; from 
the approximation of the dates, it is easy to be conceived that 
the authors of the Encyclopeedia supposed these tables to be 
the origin of our calendar. 

The Talmud and Guemara also offer some explanations of 
them» but the best elucidations are those by Maimonedes, in 
his " Sanctification of the Months." 

Many authors have since written on them, among the most 
modern are the works of Rab Emanuel Aboab^ of Amsterdam, 
in the early part of the l7th century, and those of Rab David 
Neito of this city, about the year 1700 ; who wrote in Italian, 
a work entitled Pascologia, dedicated to Cardinal de Medicis, 
in which he pointed out the errors that had arisen in the ob- 
servance of Easter, and how it might be prevented in future. 

Differences between the Hebrew and present Christian 
calendar. 

days hrs. min. sec. 
400 Years according to Rab Ada 

each being 366 5 56 26«? - 146098 l7 29 35j* 
400 Years, according to the Gre- 
gorian system, 303 of 365 days 
—97 of 366 days - - -146,097 



Difference in four centuries about 

1| day, or exactly r - 1 17 29 35^ 

This will be the difference in the year 2000. 



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ON THE HEBREW CALENDAR. 



The Jewish year is luni-solar, for although the months are 
lunar^ our calculations being founded on the lunar cycle, every 
nineteenth year we come to the same date in the solar year. 

The cycle contains 235 lunations, which we divide into 12 
Years of 12 months, and 7 (termed Embolismic) of 13 months. 

The celebrated Mathematician Meton, of Athens, who flou- 
rished 432 years B. C, which was in the reign of Zedekiah, 
A. M. 3328, made the same division of .time, but by making 
every third year Embolismic, the 18th and 19th were both of 
13 months: by our arrangement the solar and lunar years are 
better equalised. 

19 years, according to Rab Ada, each 

of 365 5 55 25«— 6939 16 33 3i 

235 lunar months 29 12 44 3^—6939 16 33 3| 

The year is of three kinds, perfect, common, and imperfect. 

The perfect has 355 days, and is when the months of Hes- 
van and Kislev have each 30 days. 

The common, 354 days, when Hesvan has 29 and Kislev 30. 

The imperfect, 353 days, when both have only 29 days. 

The Embolismic year is formed by the introduction of an in- 
tercalary month, immediately after Adar, which is called 
Veadar, or the Second Adar. 

The year then consists of 385, 384, or 383 days, according 
to the rule above. The reason of the introduction at that pe- 
riod is, that Passover may be kept in its proper season, which 
is the full moon of the vernal equinox, or after the sun hafc 



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6 ON THE HEBREW CALENDAR. 

entered Aries ; it is indifferent at what period of it the full 
moon happens^ but it must be kept while the Sun is in that 
sign. 

That a time was fixed for its observance is shewn in Num- 
bers, chap. ix. V. 2, '^ Let the children of Israel also keep the 
Passover at its appointed season." 

That our months have always been lunar, is shown by 1st 
Kings, chap. vi. v. 38, " And the eleventh year, in the " month" 
of Bui, which is the eighth " month," &c. By a reference to 
the Hebrew text it will be seen, that the two words trans- 
lated " month" are different, the first being derived from the 
word m^ " Moon" and the latter from \inn " Innovation" 

Our months are the following — 

Tisri which has 30 days. Nisan which has 30 days 



Hesvan 


tf 


29 or 30. 


Yiar 


ff 


29. 


Kislev 


t> 


29 or 30. 


Sivan 


tf 


30, 


Tebet 


fi 


29. 


Tamuz 


fi 


29. 


Sebat 


n 


30. 


Ab 


ft 


^ 30. 


Adar 


»» 


29. 


Elul 


if 


29. 



In Embolismic years Adar has 30, and the intercalary month 
ofVeadar 29. 

As a lunation from one conjunction to another, termed a 
Synodical Month, consists of 29 12 44 3J, being 29j days 
and about | of an hour, it could not be better arranged than 
by making one month of 29, and the following of 30 days. 

When a month has 30 days, the last day of that month and 
the following day are both kept as New Moon, on the prin- 
ciple that a holiday cannot be kept part of a day, the 30th 
day being half in the preceding month and half in the new 
moon, the whole day is made a holiday, and the following as 
a matter of course, from its being the first whole day of 
the new moon. 

That this rule was followed in ancient times, is to be seen 
in 1st Samuel, chap, xx., from which it appears that David was 
accustomed to eat with Saul on the New Moon : — 

V. 5. — And David said unto Jonathan, behold to-morrow is 
the New Moon, and i should not fail to sit with the King at 
meat. And 



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ON THE HEBREW CALENDAR. 7 

V. 27 — And it came to pass on the morrow, which was the 
second day of the month, that David's place was empty, and 
Saul said unto Jonathan, his son, wherefore cometh not the 
son of Jesse to meat, neither yesterday nor to-day ? 

It will have been seen, that by this arrangement there is 
yet a deficiency every month of 44 min. 3 J sec, making* nearly 
9 hours in years of 12 months : to make up this deficiency, 
one day is added to Hesvan every second or third year, by 
which that month then consists of 30 days. When Hesvan 
has 30 days, Kislev invariably has the same. 

Without Hesvan having 30 days, Kislev is sometimes made 
30, which is done to prevent Passover happening on Monday, 
Wednesday, or Friday, for as that festival regulates all the other 
holidays, it is arranged that none may fall on days on which 
they could not be properly observed. 

On the same day of the week as the 

1st. day of Passover are the Fasts of Tamuz and Ab. 

2nd. „ „ the first day of Sebuot and Ho- 

sana Raba. 
3rd. „ „ the first day of New Year and 

Tabernacle. 
4th. „ „ the Rejoicing of the Law. 

dlh. „ „ Kipur, the day of Atonement. 

Consequently were the first day on Monday — 

Purim would have been on Saturday, and 

Kipur would be on Friday ; 

days on which neither could be observed. 

If it were on Wednesday — 

Kipur would be on Sunday, on which it could not be 
kept, the reason is, that as Kipur has the same strict 
ordinances as Sabbath, it cannot precede or follow 
the Sabbath. 

If it were on Friday — 

Hosana Raba would be on Saturday, a day on which 
the ceremonies of it could not be observed. 
By the above regulation it will be seen that Rosh Ashana 
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8 ON THE HEBREW CALENDAR. 

This holiday is to be observed on the day of the conjunction^ 
with the following exceptions : 

1st. If the conjunction takes place on Sunday, Wednesday, 
or Friday, the holiday is to be kept on the following- day, as 
in 5604. 

2nd. If the conjunction should happen after noon, the fol- 
lowing day is to be observed, and if that should happen to be 
Sunday, Wednesday, or Friday, the next is to be kept as in 
6601. 

3rd. If the conjunction takes place in an ordinary year, on 
Tuesday, on or after 9^. 11m. 20«., A. M., it is not to be 
observed thereon ; and as it may not be kept on Wednesday 
it will be observed on Thursday, as in 6616. 

An objection may be made to this, as New Year should be 
observed on the day of conjunction ; but were it to be so kept 
the preceding month of Elul would only be of 27 or 28 days, 
and a month can never be less than 29. 

4th. The conjunction being on JVfonday on or after 
3^. 30m. 52a, P.M. in a year immediately following an Em- 
bolismic, the holiday is to be kept on Tuesday, as in 6617** 

* This occurs bat seldom. 



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TABLE OP THE CYCLES OP THE FOLLOWING CALENDAR. 



Number of the Cycle. 



296th. 



20tfth. 



907th, 



298th. 



1st Year Ordinary . • • 

2nd „ Ordinary... 

8rd „ Embolismie. 

4tb „ Ordinary... 

6lh „ Ordinary... 

6th „ Embolismie, 

7th „ Ordinary i... 

8th „ ...Embolismie. 

9th „ Ordinary.... 

10th „ Ordinary.... 

11th,, .....Embolismie.. 

12th „ Ordinary..., 

ISth „ Ordinary.... 

14th „ Embolismie.* 

16th „ Ordinary.... 

16th „ Ordinary.... 

17th „ Embolismie.. 

18th „ Ordinary.... 

I9th ,, Embolismie. 



6599 
6600 
6601 
6602 
6603 
6604 
5605 



6600 

6607 

6608 

6609 

6610 

6611 

6612 

6613 

6614 

5616 

6616 

6617 

6618 

6619 

6520 

6621 

66^2 

6623 

6624 



6626 



6627 



6629 

5630 

6631 

6632 

6633 

6634 

6686 

6686 

6637 

6688 

6689 

6640 

6641 

6642 

6643 



6644 

6646 

6646 

6647 

6648 

6649 

6660 

6661 

6662 

6653 

6664 

6665 

6666 

6667 

6668 

6669 

6660 

6661 

6662 



From the above table, it will be seen that our embolismie 
years are 3rd, 6th, 8th, 11th, 14th, 17th, and 19th. 

To find if the year is Ordinary or Embolismie. — 
Divide the year by 19, the quotient is the number of the last 

completed Cycle, and the remainder is the year of the Cycle, 

should it be 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, or 0, it is Embolismie, if any 

other number it is Ordinary. 

Example. 

Is the year 5600 Ordinary or Embolismie ? 
6600 -7- 19:=294— rem. 14. 

It is consequently Embolismie, being the 14th year of the 
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ON THE HEBREW CALENDAR. 



To find the time of the Conjunctions and New Moons, dur- 
ing the year. It having been already stated that tde time 
from one Conjunction to another is 29 12 44 3^, by adding 
that sum to the one known, the day and time of the following 
is obtained, but as every seven days would of course bring it 
to the same day of the week, to abridge the calculations the 
sevens are thrown out as superfluous, and the remainder only is 
used; thus, 29 -f- 7=4, remainder 1 ; therefore, by adding 
1 12 44 3^, instead of 29 12 44 3^, the same result is ob- 
tained, as the following table for 5607 shows. 



Day of n f ♦!, 

Name of the Month. the Hour. Min. Sec. Thirds. *^Ji £JL* 
Week. 



New Moon. 



5607. .Tisri , 



Hesvan . 



Kislev. 



Tebet., 



Sebat. 



Adar.. 



Nisan*. 



Yiar. 



Si van. 



Tamuz 



Ab, 



Elul 



660S.. Tisri. 



s 





81 


28 






12 


44 


8 






18 


15 


26 






12 


44 


8 






1 


69 


80 






12 


44 


8 






14 


48 


88 






18 


44 


8 






8 


2r 


86 






12 


44 


8 






16 


11 


40 






12 


44 


8 






4 


65 


48 






12 


44 


8 






17 


89 


46 






19 


44 


8 






6 


23 


50 






12 


44 


8 






19 


7 


53 






12 


44 


8 






7 


51 


56 


2 




12 


44 


8 






20 


86 








12 


44 


8 




6 


9 


20 


8 





M.Ta. 

Tu.W. 

Th. F. 

Sa.S. 

M. 

Tu.W. 

Th. 

F. Sa. 

Sun. 

M. Tu. 
W. 
Th. F. 



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By the same rule the Conjanction of any period may be 
found. 

Thus for a year of 12 months, the days being 354, divided 
by 7> the remainder is 4, therefore add 4d. Sh. 48m, 40s. 

5607,asaboye 2 31 S8 1 

add 4 8 48 40 

5606, as page 10 6 9 20 8 1 

For an Embolismic year, the days being 383, divided by 7, 
the remainder is 5, therefore add 6d. 21 A. 32m. 43|9. 

5608,i8 6 9 SO 8 1 

add 5 21 3d 48 1 

5609wil1be 6 6 53 46 2 as in Calendar. 

Thus for a Cycle, the days being 6939, divided by ?> the 
remainder is % therefore add 2d. I6h. 33m. S\8. 

5606, the 1st year of the 296th Cycle, is 4 15 42 43 1 
add 2 16 83 8 1 

6625, the Ist year of the 297th Cycle. . . . 7 8 15 46 2 

Note.— When the hoars are more than 12, they are as many past noon 
as they exceed that number. 

To find if the year is Perfect, Imperfect, or Common. 

Seek the day of the week on which New Year happens oif 
the year required, as also of the following year: if the inter- 
vening days are 

2 in Ordinary years, or 4 in Embolismic^ it is imperfect. 

3 ^, 5 „ common. 

4 „ 6 „ perfect. 

Examples. 
Is the year 5601 perfect, imperfect, or common? 

The conjttDCtion is. ... 7 18 11 16 2 conseqaeDtly Monday \7ill be 

New Year, 
add for an ordinary year 4 8 46 40 

The conjunction of 5602 5 3 59 56 2 New Year, on Thursday. 

between Monday and Thursday 
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What is 6602 ? 

d. h. m. s. th. 
The coDJunction is. ... 6 2 69 M 2 New Year is on Thursday, 
add for an ordinary year 4 8 48 40 

The conjunction of 5608 S 11 48 36 2 New Year will be Monday. 

between Thursday and Monday, 
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday intervene, i.e. 8 days. — It is commoa. 

What is 5603 ? 

The conjunction is 2 11 48 86 2 New Year on Monday. 

add foranembolismicyear 5 SI SS 48 1 

The conjunction of 5604. . 1 9 2120 New Year on Monday. 

both being on Monday, there being six days intervening between one 
Monday and another. — It is perfect. 

To find the day for commeDcing the Winter Prayer for Rain, 
in the Hamidah, or Eighteen Blessings. 

It is began 60 days after the Sun enters Libra, according to 
the calculation of Rab Samuel, which, during the present cen- 
tury, is on the 6th of October, therefore seek the date of the 
Hebrew month corresponding to that day, which will gene- 
rally be found to be in Tisri, the same date in Kislev is the 
day on which it is to be began. Thus, in 5601, the 6th of 
October corresponds with the 9th of Tisri, therefore the 9th 
of Kislev is the day. 

But if a perfect year, whether Embolismic or Ordinary, it is 
a day earlier in Kislev, as in 6607, the 6th of October is the 
16th of Tisri, the day for commencing the prayer is the i6th 
of Kislev. 

The year preceding a Bissextile it is one day later, from the 
three years previous having been each six hours short, the 
difference is three-quarters of a day at that period for which 
one day is added. 

After the present century, owing to the year 1 900 not being 
Bissextile, it will be reckoned from the 7th of October. 



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SHEWING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE 90LAR AND JEWISH YEAR 
DURING EACH YEAR OF THE CYCLE, ACCORDING TO RAB ADA. 

d. li. m. s. 

The Solar year oonsi«t8 of 305 5 S5 25 25-57 

twelre Lunar Months. ... 354 8 48 40 

d. h.ni. 8. 

Difference 10 21 « 45 25-57. 

d. h. m. 8. 

1st. Ordinary .... 10 21 « 45 25-57 behind the Solar year, on the Ist. 

10 21 5 45 25-57 
2nd. Ordinary .... 21 18 18 30 50-57 do 



2nd 



3rd. Embolismic 
to 

4th. Ordinary .... 

5th. Ordinary .... 

Cth. Embolismic. 
to 

7th. Ordinary .... 



21 18 18 30 50-57 

10 21 6 45 25-CT 

32 15 2J 10 18-57 woold be, but a month being added by 

29 12 44 3 1-3 reduces the difference 



3 2 36 12 56-57 behind the Solar year, on the 3rd. 
10 21 6 45 25-57 

13 23 42 58 8-19 do. 4th. 

10 21 6 45 25^57 

24 20 49 43 49-57 dO. 5th. 

10 21 6 45 25-5 7 

35 17 56 20 17-OT would be, but by 

29 12 44 3 1-3 reduces the diflbrence 



6 6 12 95 55-57 behind the Solar year, thetth. 

10 21 6 45 25-57 

do. 



7th. 



Sth. EmboHsmlc. 
makes it 



17 2 19 11 23-57 

10 21 6 45 25-^ 

87 23 25 66 16-19 would be, but deducting this from 

29 12 44 8 1-8 



9th. Ordinary .. 
10th. Ordinary... 

Uth. Embolismic. 

12th. Ordinary ... 
13th. Ordinary . . 

T4th. Embolismic, 

15th. Ordinary 
16th. Ordinary 



17th. Embolismic. 
to 

18th. Ordinary.... 
19th Embolismic 



1 13 18 6 28-^ in advance of the Solar year on the 8th, deduct that 
from 10 21 6 45 25-57 

9 7 48 38 18-19 behind the Solar y«aiv on the 9th. 

10 21 6 45 25- 57 

20 4 55 24 22-57 dO. 10th. 

10 21 6 46 25-57 

31 2 2 9 47-j^ would be, but 

29 12 44 3 1-3 

1 13 18 6 2^57 behind the Solar year, on the llth. 
10 21 6 45 25-57 

12 10 24 51 58-57 dO. "iSOh, 

10 21 6 46 25-57 

23 7 31 37 7-19 do. "^^th. 

10 21 6 45 2S-g7 
34 4 38 22 46-57 WOUld be, but 
29 124481-3 reduces it 
to 4 15 64 19 9-19 behind the Solar year on the I4th. 

10 21 6 45 26-57 
.... 15 13 1 4 82-57 dO. «**»• 

10 21 6 45 25-57 
.... 26 10 7 60 20-67 do. !«**». 

10 21 6 45 25-57 

37 7 14 35 15-19 would be, but 

29 12 44 3 1-3 reduces it 



7 18 30 32 26-OT behind the Solar year, on the ITth. 

10 21 6 45 25"57 

18 16 87 17 17-19 dO. Mth. 

10 21 6 45 26-OT 



29 12 44 3 1-3 would be, but 

29 12 44 3 1-3 equalises the 19th year. 



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THE FESTIVALS AND FASTS. 

Their origin, and reference to the authorities from whence deriyed. 

Sabbath, 

Fjrst mentioned in Scripture Gen. 1 1. 3 

To.morrow is the Sabbath of the Lord Ex. xti. 2S 

The seventh day which is the Sabbath „ „ 26 

See, for the Lord hath given thee the Sabbath „ ,, 29 

Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy ,, xx. 8 

Repeated and worls prohibited „ xxx i. 13 

Again, kindling fire prohibited • „ xxxv. 2 

Again ordered to be kept Lev. xxiir. 3 

The Sabbath breaker stoned to death Num. xv. 32 

Offerings thereon „ xxviii. 9 

Keep the Sabbath day to sanctify it, as the Lord thy Qod 

hath commanded thee Deut. v. 12 

Covenant not to sell or buy on the Sabbath Neh. x« 81 

The gates of Jerusalem shut during Sabbath, to put a 

stopto traffic thereon ,, xiii. 15 

Blessed is the man that keepeth the Sabbath Isa. lvi. 2 

The Sabbath a delight „ lyiii. 13 

Bear no burdens on the Sabbath day Jer. xvii. 81 

New Moon, kept now as a minor festival, but by the fol- 
lowing passages of Scripture, appears to have been kept 
more sacredly in former times. 

Extra offerings thereon Num. xxviii. 1 1 

To-morrow is New Moon, and I should not fail to sit with 

the king at meat 1 Sam. xx. 5 

It is neither New Moon or Sabbath 2 Kings i v. 23 

The New Moons and Sabbaths I cannot away with Isaiah i. 13 

I will also cause all her mirth to cease, her feast days, her 

New Moons, and her Sabbaths, &c Hosea ii. 11 

When will the Ne^ Moon be gone, that we may sell corn. Amos viii. 6 
Our Rabbis say, it is a festival particularly given to wo- 
men, for their unwillingness to give their jewels to make 
the molten calf. 
TiSRi 1. New Year, Rosh Ashana ; the Feast of Trumpets. 
By tradition the World was created thereon. 
Ordered to be observed as a holy convocation, and that 

no work should be done thereon Lev. xxiii.24 

The offerings made on it Num.xxix. 1 

2. Kept as solemnly as the preceding. 

3. Fast of Guedaliah. 

Observed in commemoration of the assassination of Gue- 
daliah, son of Ahikam, the governor of Judea, under 

Nebuchadnezzar 2 Kings xxv. 25 

And Jer. xli. 2 

Promised to become a day of joy Zee. Tin. 19 

10. Kipur ; the Day of Atonement, or Expiation. 

First mention of it Ex. xxx. 10 

The Sacerdotal ceremonies thereon Lev. xvi. 1 

Its strict injunction, and observance of it ••••,« „ 29 

The particulars how to be observed, its duration, and 

punishment for infringing it „ xxiii. 26 

Additional offerings thereon Num. xxix. 7 

Our Rabbis teach that forgiveness is not to be ex- 
pected, unless we have forgiven those who have in- 
jured us, and that by true repentance we may hope 
for forgiveness, as in the case of Ninevah Jonah i. 



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The Infidel or Volaptaary may ridicule the idea of the 
Almighty Creator of the Universe being pleased or 
displeased with a man for haying a full or empty :st(/- 
mach, but whatever tends directly or indirectly,"4p 
subdue rebellious passions, and subject a ci;g{ttnre 
like man,to the restraints of reason and religiod cannot 
fail of being a matter of the highest importance to 
our well-doing here, and our everlasting destiny here- 
after. 
TisRi. 15. Tabernacle, a feast of rejoicing for the gatheridg 
in of the harvest. The Tabernacle is in commemoratioh 
of the children of Israel dwelling in booths on their 
coming out of Egypt, 

First ordered , Ex. xxiii. 16 

Again commanded, and ceremonies thereon Lev. xxiii. 83 

The offerings to be made during the week Num. xxix. 13 

Ordered again Deut.xvi. 13 

Observed in the time of Solomon 2 Chr. Vfi. 8 

Kept in Nehemiah*s time Neh. viii. 14 

21. Hosana Raba, i.e. the Great, the last day of the festival. 
23. Feast of the Eighth day. . 

Its ordinance, offerings, and observance, will be found 
immediately following those of the Feast of Taber- 
nacle as above. 
23. ...Second day, called also the Rejoicing of the Law, 
as the final section of Deuteronomy, and the first of 
Genesis^ are read by two persons elected to the ofiices 
under the titles of Bridegrooms of the Law. 
KiSLBv. 25. Hanuca, the Feast of Dedication, so called and 
kept as a minor festival, in commemoration of the 
Dedication of the Altar, after the cleansing of the 
Temple, from the pollution of Antiochus, by Judas 
Maccabeus ordered to be observed 1 Mac. iv. 69 

In this month the winter prayer for Rain commences, 
the precise day is 60 days after the Autunmal. Equi- 
nox, by the calculations of Rab Samuel; which varies 
from the 2Dd t0| the 6th, but is generally on the 4th 
December. 

The reason of its being at this time of the year is, it 
is the time for sowing and planting in the Holy Land. 

For the world in general a prayer is offered up on the 
Feast of the Eighth day. 
Tebet. 10. FastofTebet. 

In commemoration of the commencement of the Siege of 
Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar 2 K. xxv. I 

Promised to become a day of joy Zee. viii. 19 

Sebat. 15. R. A. Laylanot. New Year of the Trees. 

Kept as a minor festival, from the first budding of the 
trees ; also from this day is reckoned the four years 
of fruits that ipay not be eaten Lev. xix. 23 

The last Sabbath in this month is Sabbath Shekalim, as 
thereon the people are reminded of the annual tax 

of the half shekeL collected o^ the Idth Adar Ex« xxx. 13 

Adar 13. The Fast of Esther. 

Observed in commemoration of the one kept by her.. .Esther i v. 16 

When it happens on Sabbath the Fast is kept on Thursday. 
14. Purim. 

The book of Esther gives every particular respecting it. 

The Sabbath previous to Purim is Sabbath Zachor (Re- 
member) so called from the first word of the passage in Deut.xxv. 17 
read to remind the people of the inveterate enmity of 
Amalek, of whom Haman was a descendant. 



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The Third Sabbath is Sabbath Parth (Heifer). 

Bamt at this teaioti aecordiD|r to the ordinance Num.x ix. I 

The Last Babbath is Sabbath Abodes (Month). 

On which the ordinance that tife month of Nisan should 
be the first month of the year, is read ••••• Ex. xii. 2 

From which the Ecclesiastical year is counted, and all 
the festiyals ordained in conformity ; thus New Year 
is ordained to be observed in the seventh month, &e. 
Vbadar. in Embolismic years, all the obseryances of Adar 
are Icept in this month, in the same order. Sabbath 
Shekalim is then the last Sabbath of Adar> but should 
the New Moon of Adar, (or Veadar, in Embolismic 
years) happen on Sabbath that day is then Sabbath 
Shekalim. 
Nisan. If the New Moon is on Sabbath, it is Sabbath Abodes, 
instead of the last of the preceding month. 

14. The Fast of the First Bom. 

When it happens on Sabbath it is kept on Thursday. 

It is observed in commemoration of the First Bom of the 
Children of Israel being saved, when the First Bora 
of the Egyptians were destroyed „ xii. 12 

15. Passover ; the Feast of Unleavened Bread. 

In commemoration of the deliverance Arom Egypt. 

First instituted and its various ceremonies „ „ 8 

Again commanded „ xiir. 8 

This and the two other festivals enjoined „ xxiii. 14 

The ordinance again repeated Lev. xxiii. 4 

The first kept after the departure from Egypt Num. ix. 2 

The offerings, and ae[ain ordered „xxviii. 11 

/ Again particularly enjoined Deut. xvrl 1 

^/ Keptat^ilgal Joshua v. 10 

/ Celebrated the I8th year of Joslah*s reign 2 K. xxiii. 23 

f The grandeur with which it was kept 9 Ch. xxxv. 1 

Kept after the building of the Second Temple. • Ezra vi. 22 

Enjoined by Eze. xlv. 21 

16. The Second Day of Passover* 

On which commences the counting of tlie Homer daily 

for seven weeks Lev. xxiii. 15 

YiAR. 14. The Second Passover. 

Ordained for those who could not keep it in Nisan. • . .Num. ix. 9 

Observed in the reign of Hezekiah .2 Ch. xxx. 1 

18. The 83rd of the Homer, or Lagla-Homer, from the / 
letters ^S being 88, all our letters being numerltails. V -^ 
Kept as a minor festival in commemorati on of the plague / 
ceasing, which had destroyed a number of the dis* 
ciples of R. Akiba. 
Si VAN. o. Sebuot, the Feast of Weeks. 

A Festival ordained for the beginning of the harvest . .Ex.xxiii. 16 

Also called the Feast of the First Fruits Lev. xxiii. 15 

Named the Feast of Weeks from being observed the 
day after the seven weeks commenced counting the 

Second day of Passover ; Dettt.xvr. 9 

The additional offerings thereon Num. xxviii. 16 

It is also called the Feast of the Gift of the Law, the 

Decalogue having been giveno thereon Ex. xix. 1 

Tamuz. 17. The Fast of Tamuz ; 

When it happens on Sabbath it is kept the following 

day ; as is also the Fast of Ab. 
Observed for five misfortunes happening thereon.*- 

1st. Moses broke the first Tables „ xxxii. 19 

2nd. The walls of Jerasalem destroyed by Nebuchad- 
nezzar : Jer. Lii. 4 



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Srd. The city taken, and siege laid to the temple, by Titus. 

4th. The daily offerings ceased. 

5th. The Law burnt by Appustamus. 

Promised to become a day of joy Zee. vi 1 1. 19 

Ab. 9. The Fast of Ab. #« 

Kept in commemoration of the death in the wilderness 

of the Rebellious Num. xiv. 85 

The destruction of the Temple by Nebuchadnezzar . • • . • Jer. lii. 12 

The burning of the second by Titus. 

The taking of Bither by Severus. 

Inquiry made if to be observed after the building of the 

second temple •• Zec« Tii. 8 

Promised to become a day of gladness „ viii. 19 

16. Tubeab ; the Hebrew date of Ab. Iio 
Kept as a minor festival, in commemoration of the feast 

at Shiloh, and reconciliation with Benjamin Judges zxzi. 19 

For finishing the interment of the slain at Bither. Y^yC/ 

Elul. The propitiary prayers are commenced in the evening 

service after the New Moon. 

NoTB. — The verses indicated are the eommencement of the subject. 



THE HOURS AT WHICH PRAYERS ARE SAID IN THE 
j^^rr^puuig/ SYNAGOGUES OF LONDON. 

MoBNiNo. — At 7 from the day after Passover to the 1 st day of Tabernacle 
8 „ 1st day of Tabernacle to the last of Passover, 
except the day before Passover, when service begins 
at 7 if a week day, and at ^-past 6 if on Sabbath. 
Afternoon. At 2 the day before Kipnr the Day of Atonement. 

on Sabbath from Sab Noah to 1st day of Passover. 
3 on Sabbath and Holidays from 1st day of Passover to 

Sabbath Beresheet included. 
6 during the Homer, and 

The day before the Fast of Ab. 
6 on the Fast of Ab. 
The remainder of the year at the same hour as the 
preceding Sabbath commences, except on Fast 
days, when service begins half an hour earlier. 
EvKNiNO.. . Said immediately after the afternoon service, except on Sab- 
baths, Holidays; and during the Homer, when it is not 
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EACH SABBATH. 



nrina iBereaheet i 


ch T. Ich V. 
^eii^^^i* 1 llsaiah |42 5 


c 

tu 4 


h V. 1 


Gennan Ciiftom. i 


12 22 Isaiah 142 51 to|43 11 1 


Hi 2 Noah 




6 9^ 


54 1 


64 U 


54 11 


55 6 


j -iS -iS 3LechLtcha 


12 1| 


40 27 


4117 








] 


18 m Kings 


4 1 




424 




4 1 


438 


Tn.itf "n SHaje Sarah 


23 1|] 


I Kings 


1 1 




192 








nnVin GToledot 




B519Malachi t 


1 1 




a 8 








Kr^ 7 VayetB^ 




2810 


Hosea 1 


U 7 




1213 








h^r*^ SVaiBhlach 




32 SObadiah | 




all 




Hosea 


1213 


14 end 


3Tf'\ t>Vayeelieb 




37 1 


Amos 


2 6 


S 9 








ypQ ID Mikcts 
v,^j*l 11 Vaij^aah 




il 1 


1 Kings 


315 


4 9 










4418 


Ezekiel 


3715 










m^l 12 Vaihi 




47 28 


1 Kings 


2 1 




21s 








rnct?l3Shemot 


Eiodus 


1 1 


Jeremiak 


1 1 




2 4 


Isaiah 


27 6 


2813 


Biwi 14 Voera 




6 2 


Ezekiel 


28 25 




20 end 








Ha 15 Bo 




10 1 


Jeremiah 


4613 




end 








nWa 10 I3esha]acli 




1317 


Judges 


5 1 




end 


Judges 


4 4 


6 end 


l-vn*17lLro 




18 1 


Isaiah 


6 1 




end 


Isaiah 


®S 


7 7 1 
« 9 5-6f 


D'^fcVC 18 Mishpatim 




21 1 


Jeremiah 


34 8 


end & 


33 25-26 




£ 


nin^n 19 Teruma 




25 1 


1 Kings 


526 




614 








niin 20 Tflt5*av^ 




27 20 


Ezekiel 


4310 




end 








Hl^r^ '3 21 Kl Tisa 




3011 


1 Kings 


18 20 




18 41 


iKin. 


18 1 


18 20 


Snp*i 22 Vayakel | 




35 1 




713 




7 27 




740 


760 




38 21 




7 40 




7 50 




761 


822 


K'ip*vJ4 Yaikra 


LcviL 


1 1 


Isaiah 


43 21 




44 24 








i:f 1!5 Tytiv 




G 8 


Jeremiah 


7 21 


{- 


8 4 


















922 23 








*^C*26Shemini 




9 1 


2 Samuel 


6 1 




6 20 


2 Sam. 


6 1 


717 






12 1 


2 Kings 


442 




520 










14 1 




7 3 




end 








no nn»29Aharei«ot } 
B*ri*Tp30Re^iQshtni ' 




16 1 


Ezekiel 


22 1 




2217 










19 1 




20 2 




20 21 


Amos 


9 7 


end 


iD« 31 Emor 




21 1 




4415 




end 








nna 32 Behar > 
»npn3 33 Behukotai J 




25 1 


Jeremiah 


32 6 




3218 










26 3 




1619 




1715 








nanca 34 Bamidbar 


Numbers 


1 1 


Hosea 


2 1 




2 23 








KC»i 35 Naso 




421 


Judges 


13 2 




end 








■\nSj?n3 36 Beangalotecha 




8 1 


Zechai'iah 


214 




4 8 








nS n''*^ 37 Shelach Lecha 




13 1 


Joshua 


2 1 




end 








n'np38Korah 




16 1 


1 Samuel 


1114 




12 23 








npn 39 Hukat > 
p*?3 40BalaJt ) 




19 1 


Judges 


11 1 




1134 










22 1 


Micah 


5 6 




6 9 








On5»6 41 Pinehas 




2510 


1 Kings 


18 4€ 




19 end 








ntOD 42 Matot ; 
♦yDD43Mazg€ ; 




30 1 


Jeremiah 


1 1 




2 4 










33 1 




2 4 


{' 


229 
4 1-2 


Jer. 


2 4 


& 229^ 
3 4$ 


D»nai 44 Debarim 


Deuter. 


1 1 


Isaiah 


1 1 




128 








pnrwi 46 Vaethanan 
3p3r46Hekeb 




323 




40 1 




40 27 










712 




4914 




51 4 








nsn 47 Reh^ 




1126 




5411 




55 6 








D^IS&^V 48 Shophetim 




1618 




6112 




5213 








»vn •3 49KiTet8^ 




2110 




54 1 




5411 








N^DH ♦a 50 Ki Tabo 




26 1 




60 1 




end 








D'SVi 51 Netzabim > 
-|S»)52Vayelech 5 




2910 




61 IC 




6310 










31 1 


Hosea ( 
and Micah ( 


14 2 




end 


Isaiah 


55 6 


56 9 






718 




end 


(Hos. 
(Joel 


14 2 


end 


"jrtKn 53 Aazinu 




32 1 


2 Samuel 


22 1 




end 


2 1 


end 


no'^^n nmi 54 Vesot a Beracha 




33 1 

















NoTB.-^The Sections of the Law end where the following one commences ; those that are joined with a 
brace are often read together, when the Section of the Prophets for the last only u to be read. 

When Section 41 is read, after the 17th Tamuz, the Section of the Prophets for 42 is to be read instead of 
that for 41. 

When Section 53 comes between New Year and Kipur, the Section of the Prophets for 62 is to be read; 
and that for 51 is to be said, although 51 and 52 are read together. 



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Tisri 



Hes. 



Kis. 



:eb. 



Sebat 



A.i'ar 



8 
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14 
15 
22 
28 

1 

14 
21 
25 
28 
30 

5 
10 
12 
15 
19 
25 

16 

1 

4 

I 
15 
17 

25 
30 1 

2 
9 

13 
14 15 

16 



Sa 

Th 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

S 

Sa 

Sa 

Sa 

W 

Sa 

M T 

Sa 

Th 

Sa 

T 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

W 

Sa 

Sa 

W 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

ThF 

Sa 
Sa 
W 
ThF 



1 2ThF New Year 

Sabbath at 5| 21 

3 Sa Aazinu 22 

4 S FastofGuedaliah 23 
10 Sa Kipur 29 

12 M 1 

15 16 Th F Tabernacle 4 

Sabbath at 5 6 

21 W HosanaRaba 10 

22 23 Th F Feast of the 8th day 11 12 
24 Sa Beresheet 13 

F Sa Sabbath at 4}. New 19 

Moon. Noah. 20 

Lech Lecha . 27 

1 

Sabbath at 4 2 

Vayera 3 

Haye Sarah 10 

Sabbatii at 3} 16 

Toledot 17 

New Moon 18 

Vayetg^ 24 

Vaishlach 

Vayesheb 

Hanuca 

Mikets 

New Moon 

Vaigash 

FastofTebet 

Vaihi 



Sa 



1839 



Shemot 

Sabbath at 4 

Vaera 

New Moon 

Bo 

Beshalach 

Laylanot 

Sabbath at 4i 

Itro 

Mishpatim Shekalim 

New Moon. Sabbath 

at5 
Tenimn 



1 

8 
12 
15 

17 18 
22 
27 
29 

1 

5 
11 
12 
16 
19 



1838 



Sept. 



Oct 



Nov. 



Tetaav^. 
Fast of Esther 
Purim 
Sabbath at 5\ 
KiTisa 



Zaclior23 
27 
28 



Dec. 



30 
1 
2 
9 

14 

16 



15 



Adar 
Nisan 



Yiar 



Sivan 



Tarn. 



1839 



23 Sa 
Sa 



Jan. 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Ab 



Elul 



7 

8 

15 

17 

21 

29 

30 

6 

|21 

13 

14 

17 

18 

20 

27 

1 

5 

6 

12 

19 

26 

30 

3 

10 

17 

18 

19 

24 

1 

2 

9 
10 
15 
16 
21 
23 

10 

6 

7 
14 
21 
22 
27 
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16 



M 
F 

Sa 

S M 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

S 

W 

Th 

Sa 

Sa 

T 

Sa 

M 
Sa 
Sa 
Sa 

WTh 
Sa 
Sa 
Sa 
S 
M 
Sa 
F 
Sa 

Sa 

S 

F 

Sa 

Th 

Sa 

SaS 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

Sa 



Vayakel Pekud^ 

Para 
New Moon 
Vaikra Ahodes 16 

Sabbath at 6 22 

Tsav Agadol 23 

Passover 30 31 

1 
Sabbath at 6^ 5 

Shemini 13 

New Moon 14 15 

Tatzriang Metsorang 20 
Sabbath at 7 26 

Aharemot Kedoshim 27 
Second Passover 28 

1 
33 of the Homer 2 

Emor 4 

Behar Behukotai 11 
New Moon 14 

Bamidbar 18 

Sebuot 19 20 

Naso 25 

Beangalotecha 1 

Shelach Lecha 8 

New Moon 12 13 

Korah 15 

Hukat 
Balak 
Fast of Tamuz 



Mar. 



April 



Pinehas. 
New Moon 
Matot. 

Debarim. 
Fast of Ab 
Tubeab 
Vaethanan 



F 



Dibr^ 

Mazg^. 

Shimgu 

Echa 



Nahamu 



Hekeb 

Reh^. New Moon 

Sabbath at 6^ 

Shophetim 

Iti Tets^ 

Ki Tubo 

SabbtLth at 6 
Netiuibim 



May 



June 



22 
•29 
30 

1 

6 
12 
13 

20 
21 
26 
27 

1 

3 

10 11 
10 
!7 
24 
SI 

1' 

6 

7 



July 



^ug. 



Sept, 



NOTES. 



Sep. 19 J W. New Moon, M. IIA. 49m, 53 Jj. 

Dec. 4t T, Verse to be chanijred, Kis* 17* 
13th yearof295 Cycle, 
Year consiEtB of 354 days* 



10, Cj olden XuDibci", 
15, Epact. 
F Doniinjcal Letter, 
3lar- 31, Easter Sunday. 



\\Tieii tlidre arii twa days New Moon, Xhev ftfe pltwcil thuni— Hesviin 30 1, fttp. 

Tlii^ ;^Lh day is ti at to be iindenitaod a? Ih^Iur l^iv :v.»h IIcBVai]. it is tliu HQth TUrl^ a^ explaln^l in pti^ ^ and sa 
tliroiifhDitt tUa yuan ttie so roUowln?; the naint^ nf tiny month is tht^ 30th dat of the rrwfl'Un? one. 

It Is a d^t*> thv.1 hag fallen iHto deauctude, our ern^-nil custom belli S; >Thea tliedAUi ot thtki dsiy J« Te*£u.lrQd, to nf, 
lildii? N, Ar, HeaiRu^ etc, 

A documQQt d]ik<l the f^fWowin^ daj- would he N. M. tlie 1st of Hesnm, 



The aixave Sotty, aayfell&a thoee in the foUowing pofaa, to page S 
Calendar. 



, are applicable to tverj Bk*?cecdiiiif ycbr in the 



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18S9 












1840 


nsri 


1 2 


MT 


New Year 


9 10 


Sep. \ VeadI 


9 


Sa 


Vaikra. Zachor 


14 


Mar. \ 




3 


W 


FastofGuedaliah 


11 






13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


18 


< 




6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


14 






14 


ThF 


Purim 


19 






10 


W 


Kipur 


18 






15 




Sabbath at 6 


20 






12 


F 


Sabbath at Sf 


20 






16 


Sa 


Tsav 


21 






13 


Sa 




21 






23 


Sa 


Shemini. Para 


28 






15 16 


MTu 


Tabernacle 


23 24 






27 


W 




1 


April 




21 


S 




29 




NiB. 


1 


Sa 


New Mock ' 








22 


M 


Feast of the 8th day 


30 










Tatzriang. Ahodes 


4 






23 


T 


Rejoicing of the Law 


1 


Oct. 




7 


F 


Sabbath at 6) 


10 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


4 






8 


Sa 


Metsorang. Agadol 


11 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


5 






15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


18 19 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


8 9 






21 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


24 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


12 






28 


F 


• ..... 


1 


May 




10 


F 


Sabbath at 4| 


18 




Yiar 


29 


Sa 


Aharemot 


2 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


19 




30 1 


S M 


New Moon 


3 4 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


26 






6 


Sa 




9 






24 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


1 


Nov. 




13 


Sa 


Emor 


16 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


2 






14 


S 


Second Pasfiover 


17 




Kis. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


7 8 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


21 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


9 






20 


Sa 


Behar 


23 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


15 






27 


Sa 


Behukotai 


30 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


16 






29 


M 




1 


June 




16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


23 




Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


2 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


30 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


6 






24 


S 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


S M 


Sebuot 


7 8 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


2 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


13 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


7 8 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


20 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


14 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


27 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


17 




Tarn. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


1 2 


July 




14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


21 


« 




3 


Sa 


Korah 


4 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


28 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


11 






25 


W 


. . . B. 1840 


1 


Jan. 




17 


Sa 


Balak 


18 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


4 






18 


S 


Fast of Tamuz 


19 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


6 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas. Dibr^ 


25 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


10 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


31 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


U 






2 


Sa 


Matot. Mazg^ 

Shimgu 








13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


18 










1 


Aug. 




16 


M 


Laylanot 


20 






9 


Sa 


Debarim. Echa 


8 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


25 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


9 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 4§ 


31 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


14 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim 
New Moon 


1 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


15 




Adar 


30 1 


TuW 


4 5 


P'eb. 




22 


F 


Sabbath at 64 


21 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


8 ^ 


1 




23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


22 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


14 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


New Moon. Reh^ 


29 30 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav6 


15 






3 


T 




1 


Sept. 




14 


T 


Little Purim 


18 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


4 






18 


Sa 


KiTisa 


22 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


5 






25 


Sa 


Vayakel Shekalim 


29 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


12 






26 


S 




1 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


18 




Vead 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


6 


Mar. 




21 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


19 










Sabbath at 5^ 


6 






28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


26 






2 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


7 




















a 


** 


Sept. 8, Su. * New Moon, A. 8fc. 38m. 33i«. 


17 Golden Number. 




Dec. 5, Th. t Vertte to be changed, Kis. 28. ' 
l-lthyearof2&6Cyd(^ 


26 Epact, 




E l> iJommical Letters. 




Year cofisisUi of 385 days, Apr 


11 ID Eatiter Sunday. 




* Tho pfecieD time <tf tliH Coiijiuiction, fte{^D^dm{f to ratculmtion fn 
t Tin3 tiny for chuflglns Uie v*»e in tlie Himildafi, w Eiffhtfleri Diet 


PfLge in. 




Biti^^ confonaab^e to riUii in psg^ 41. 




ri J>. ■ 4— ^ . 


^ T«iiT 1o be Buwitite^ 





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1840 



1841 



Tiari 


1 2 


M T 


New Year 


28 29 


Sept. jUdar 


20 


Sa 


KiTisa Para 13 


Mar 




3 


Vf 


FastofGuedaliah 


30 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


19 






4 


Th 


• •••••• 


1 


Oct. 




27 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 








5 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


2 










Abodes 


20 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


3 




Nis. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


23 






10 


W 


Kipur 


7 






5 


Sa 


Vaikra 


27 






13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


10 






10 


Th 




1 


Apr] 




15 16 


M T 


Tabernacle 


12 13 






12 


Sa 


T^v' 


3 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 4) 


16 






15 16 


TW 


Passover 


6 7 






21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


18 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


9 






22 23 


M T 


Feast of the 8th day 


19 20 






26 


Sa 


Shemini 


17 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


24 




Yiar 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


2122 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


27 28 






3 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


24 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


30 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


30 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


31 






10 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


1 


May 




5 


S 


• ••••• V 


1 


Nov. 




14 


W 


Second Passover 


5 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


7 






17 


Sa 


Emor 


8 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 3) 


13 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


9 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


14 






24 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


15 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


21 




Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


21 




Kis, 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


26 






2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


22 






3 


Sa 


Toledot 


28 






6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


26 27 






6 


T 




1 


Dec. 




9 


Sa 


Naso 


29 






10 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


5 






12 


T 




1 


June 




17 


Sa 


Vaishlaoh 


12 






16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


5 






24 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


19 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


12 






26 


S 


Hanuca 


20 




Tam. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


19 20 




Tebet 


1 


F 


New Moon 


25' 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


26 






2 


Sa 


Miket» 


26 






12 


Th 




1 


July 




8 


F 


1841 


1 


Jan. 




14 


Sa 


Bklaic 


3 






9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


2 






17 


T 


Fast of Tamuz 


6 






10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 


3 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


10 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


9 






28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 








22 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


15 
16 ^ 


/ 








Shimgu 


17 






23 


Sa . 


Shempt 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


19 




Sebat 


1 


Sa 


New Moon. Vaera 


23 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


24 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


29 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


27 






8 


Sa 


Bo 


30 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamn 


31 


Aug. 




10 


M 




1 


Feb. 




14 


s 




1 






15 


Sa 


Beshalach* 








15 


M 


Tibeab 


2 










Laylanot 


6 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


7 






22 


Sa 


Itro 


13 






27 


Sa 


Reh6 


14 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


19 




Elal 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


17 18 






29 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 
New Moon 


20 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


20 




Adar 


30 1 


SM 


21 22 






4 


Sa 


Shophetim 
KiTets6 


21 






6 


Sa 


Teruma 


27 






11 


Sa 


28 






8 


M 




1 


Mar. 1 




15 


W 




1 


Sept. 




11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


4 






17 


F 


Sabbath at* 6 * 


3 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


5 






18 


Sa 


KiTabo 


4 






13 


Sa 


Tetsav^. Zachor 


6 






25 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


U 






14 15 


SM 


Purim 


7 8 




1 










^a^^jX/i^ ^^^^^ rt^i»i^ 


Sept. 26 New Moon, A. 6A. llw. 16fff. *18 Golden Number. ^ 


Dec. 4, Verse to be changed, Kis. 9. 7 Epact. 

15th year of 295 Cycle. C Dominical Letter. 


Year consists of 353 days. * April 11, Easter Sunday. 


* The Golden Number, so termed by the Greeks, who, after the discovery of Meton, placed it in letters of gold in 


their public places, that every one might know if the year was Embolismic or not. 
The Christian Fathers adopted it as a rule to find Easter and their moveable Feasts. 


of thp rhrintiATi 'Pm. 


TO PIWD THB GOLDBK NUMBBB. 


Add 1 to the given year and divide by 19, the remainder is the Golden Number, if there is no remainder it is 19. 



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18iS 


Tisri 


1 2 


ThF 


New Year 
Sabbath at 5i 


L6 
17 


Sept. 


Adar 


29 


Sa 


Vayakel Peknd^ 

Para 


6 


Mfar. 




9 


Sa 


Aazinu 


L8 




Nis. 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 








4 


s 


FastofGuedaliah 


L9 










Vaikrm Abodes 


L2 






10 


Sa 


Kipnr 


26 






7 


F 


Sabbath at0 


L8 






16 16 


ThF 


Tabemaele 


10 






8 


Sa 


rsav Agadol 


19 










Sabbath at 5 


1 


Oct. 




16 16 


SaS 


Paasorer B6 371 






21 


W 


Hosana Raba 


6 






21 


F 




1 


\pril 




22 


Th 


Feast of tiie 8lh day 


7 






28 


F Sabbath at 64 1 


8 






23 


F 


Rejoicing of the Law 


8 






29 


Sa 


Shemini 


9 






24 


Sa 


Beresheet 


9 




Yiar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


10 11 




Hes. 


30 1 


FSa 


Sabbath at 4i 


15 






6 


Sa 


Tatzriang Met8oraiigl6 | 










New Moon Noah 


16 






13 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoslum 


23 






8 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


23 






14 


S 


Second Passover 24 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


29 






18 


Th 


33 of the Hornet 28 






15 


Sa 


Vayera 


SO 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 7 29 






17 


M 




1 


Nov. 




20 


Sa 


Emor 30 






22 


Sa 


HayeSareJl ' 


6 






21 


S 




I 


May 




29 


Sa 


Toledot 


13 






27 


Sa 


Behar Behokotii 


7 




Kis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


14 




Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


10 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 8i 


19 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


14 






T 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


20 






6 7 


SM 


Sebnot 


16 16 






14 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


27 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


21 






18 


W 




1 


Dec. 




19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


28 






21 


Sa 


Vayesheb ' * * * 


4 






23 


W 




1 


June 




25 


W 


Hanuca 


8 






26 


Sa 


Shel^hL^ha 


4 






28 


Sa 


Mikets 


U 




Tarn. 


30 1 


W 


New Moon 


8 9 




Tebet 


30 1 


M T 


New Moon 


13 14 






9 


Sa 


Korah 


11 






6 


Sa 


Vaigash 


18 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


18 






10 


Th 


Fast of Tebet 


23 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


26 






12 


Sa 


Vaihi 


26 






18 


S 


Fast of Tamils 


26 






19 


Sa 


Shemot 1842 


1 


Jan. 




23 


F 




1 


July 




26 


Sa 


Vaera 


8 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas * * JDibr^ 


2 




Sebat 


1 


W 


New Moon 


12 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


8 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


14 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazff^ 

Dhimgu 








4 


Sa 


Bo 


16 










9 






11 


Sa 


Bcshalach 


22 






9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


16 






16 


W 


Laylanot 


26 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


17 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


28 






16 


F 


Tubeab 


22 






18 


Sa 


Itro 


29 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanaa Nahamu 


23 






21 


T 


,• 


1 


Feb. 




23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


30 






26 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekallm 


6 






26 1 


M 




1 


Aug. 


Adar 


30 X 


ThF 


New Moon 


loll 




Elul 


30 


SaS 


Rehi ' kewMo^n 


6 7 






2 


Sa 


Teruma 


12 






7 


Sa 


Shophethn 


13 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


18 






13 


F 


Sabbftth at 6| 


19 






9 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachoi^ 


19 






14 


Si 


Ki Tets^ 


20 






13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


23 






21 


Sa 


KiTabo 


27 






14 


ThF 


Purim 


24 26 






26 


Th 




1 


Sept. 




16 


Sa 


KiTisa 


26 






27 


F 


Sabbath at*6 ' 


2 






19 IT 




1 ^ 


Mar. 




28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


3 




1 2 F 


Sabbat^*6i' 


4 ^ 
















^ NOTES. 




Sept. 16, Ne^r Moon, M. 2*. 69m. 56|*. 


19 Golden Number. 


Dec. 6, Verse to be changed, Kis. 22. 


• 18 Epact. 


16th year of the 296 Cycle. 


B Dominical Letter. 


Year consists of 364 day». Mi 


ir. 27, Easter Sunday. 


• The Epact is the Moon's age on the Ist of January, and is found by 
multiplying the remainder by 11, the product will be the Epact. 

If the product exceed 30 divide it>y 30, and the remainder wiU be the ] 
When the Golden Number is 1 the Epact is 99. 


BubstraetiBg 1 from the Golden Number and 


Bpact. 




It is used to And the Pascal New Moon. 




The Epact will generally be found to correspond with our date of 


Tebet on the 1st January, there is sometimes a 


difference of One Day arising from the Epact being calculated in round nu 
ference is only lOd. 21ii. 6m. and diriding by 30 where a Inaation is only 30d 


rubers, as multiplying by 11 where the real dif- 



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23 













1842 












1843 


Tisri 


1 2 


MT 


• 
New Year 


5 6 


Sept. 


Vead 


2 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


4 






3 


W 


FastofGuedali^th 


7 






9 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


11 






6 


Sa 


Vayalech 


10 






13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


15 






10 


W 


Kipur 


14 






14 15 


ThF 


Purim 


16 17 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5} 


16 






16 


Sa 


Tsav 


18 


Mar. 




13 


3a 




17 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


24 ^ 






15 16 


MT 


Tabernacle 


19 20 






23 


3a 


Shemini Para 


25 „ 






21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


25 




Nis. 


1 


Sa ^ 


New Moon 


1 


April 




22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8«i day 


26 27 










Tatzriang Abodes 








26 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


30 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


7 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


1 


Oct. 




8 


ISa 


Metsorang Agadol 


8 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


4 5 






15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


15 16 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


8 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


28 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


14 






29 


Sa 


Aharemot 


29 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


15 




Yiar. 


SO 1 


SM 


New 


30 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


22 










Moon 


1 


May 




24 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


28 






6 


Sa 


Kedosim 


6 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


29 






13 


Sa 


Emor 


13 






28 


T 




1 


Nov. 




14 


S 


Second Passover 


^4 




Kis. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


3 4 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


18 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


5 






20 


Sa 


Behar 


30 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


12 






^7 


Sa 


Behukotai 


27 






15 


F 


Sabbath at SA 


18 




Siyan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


30 






16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


19 






3 


Th 




1 


June 




23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


^ 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


3 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


28 






6 7 


SM 


Sebuot 


4 6 






28 


Th 




I 


Bee. 




12 


Sa 


Naso 


10 




rebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets * New Moon 


3 4 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


17 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


10 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


24 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


13 




Tarn. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


28 29 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


17 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


1 


July 




21 


Sa 


Shemot 


U 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


8 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


31 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


15 






29 


S 


1843 


1 


Jan. 




18 


S 


FastofTamuz 


16 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


2 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


22 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


i7 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


28 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


i! 






2 


Sa 


Matot Masg^ 








13 


Sa 


Beshfllnch 










Shimgu 


29 






15 


M 


Laylanot 


Ho 






5 


T 




1 


Aug. 




20 


Sa 


Itro 


21 






9 


Sa 


Debarim ' Echa 


5 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


28 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


6 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New 


31 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


11 










Moon 


1 


Feb. 




16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


12 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4i 


3 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


18 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


\ 4 






23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


19 27 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


11 




Elul 


80 1 


SaS 


Reh^ New Moon 


26 






14 


r 


Little Purim 


M 






6 


F 


Sabba& at 6 


1 


Sept. 




17 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


17 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


2 






18 


Sa 


KiTisa 


18 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


9 






25 


Sa 


Vayafcel Shekalim 


25 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


15 






29 


W 




1 1 


Mar. 




21 


Sa 


KiTab0 


16 




Vead 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 
Sabbath at 6^ 


2 3 






28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


23 




/^4^25^>^^V^:::^^-«i/ /^^^c^ i^ t,,yfL££4a^iU^rie> i 


1 Goldeu Number. | 


Sept. 6, MfNew Moon, M. 11*. 48«. S6f *r ^ 


Dec. 4, Verse to be changed, Tebet 1. 
17th year of 285 Cycle. 


29 Epact. 


* A Dominical T^.Uer. 


Year consists of 385 days. 


April 16y EasterSnnday. 


^ • The Dominical or Sundar Letter is one of the first seven letters of all 
Sunday in January, thus if the Ist January is Sunday A is the Dominical 
Snd, consequently B would be the Dominical Letter, and so on. 


>habet, used to indicate the date of the let 
Letter; ifon Saturday. Sunday would be the 


TO FIVD THS DOHINICAI. LBTT 


BR. 


the remainder deducted from 7 will give the number of the letter, reckonini 


, (and 5 in the followinsr) divide the total 
: A to be 1, B 2, C 3, D 4, E 5, F«, and 6 


^'' i 



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24 



5(M>4 



184S 



1844 



TUri 


L a 


MT 


New Year 


25 26 


Sept 


Adar 


13 


Sa 


KiTi«i Pan 


9 


MftT. 






9 


W 


Fast of Ouedaliah 


27 






25 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 










s 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


23 










Abode! 


15 








6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


30 




Nk. 


I 


Th 


New Moon 


21 








7 


S 




1 


Oct. 




2 


P 


Sabbath at 6 


22 








10 


W 


Kipur 


4 






3 


Sa 


Valkra 


23 








13 


Sa 


Aaxinu 


7 






10 


Sa 


Taav Agado 


30 








15 10 


WT 


Tabemflcle 


9 10 






12 


M 




1 


April 






19 


P 


Sabb!ithfit4| 


U 






IS 16 


ThF 


PaBaover 


4 5 








21 


S 


HoHana Haba 


15 






23 


P 


Sabhath a| 6^ 


13 








22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


1G17 






24 


Sa 


Shemini 


13 








27 


Sa 


iiereshoet 


21 




Yiar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Mooa 


19 






Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


Vew Moon 


24 25 










Tatzriang MetsorangI ^ 








3 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


27 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


26 








4 


Sa 


Noah 


28 






8 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


27 








8 


W 




1 


Nov. 




12 


W 




1 


May 






U 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


4 






14 


F 


Second Passover 


3 








18 


Sa 


Vayera 


11 






15 


Sa 


Emor 


4 








24 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


17 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


7 








25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


18 






22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


11 






Kis. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


23 24 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


18 








2 


Sa 


Toledot 


25 




Siyan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


19 








8 


F 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


F 


Sebuot 


24 25 








9 


Sa 


Vkyets^' 


2 






14 


Sa 


Naso 


1 


Jane 






15 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


9 






21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


8 








23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


16 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


15 








25 


M 


Hanuca 


18 




Tarn. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


17 18 






Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


23 24 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


22 








7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


30 






12 


Sa 


Hukat Balak 


29 








9 


M 


.... B.1844 


1 


Jan. 




14 


M 




1 


July 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


2 






17 


Th 


Fast'ofTamuz 


4 


i 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


6 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


6 








20 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


12 






26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 










21 


Sa 


Shemot 


13 










13 








28 


Sa 


Vaera 


20 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


17 






Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


22 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


20 








6 


Sa 


Bo 


27 






9 


Th 


East of Ab 


25 








U 


Th 




1 


Feb. 




11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


27 








12 


F 


Sabbath at \\ 


2 






15 


W 


Tubeab 


31 








13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


3 






16 


Th 




1 


Aug. 






15 


M 


Laylanot 


5 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


3 


o* 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


10 






25 


Sa 


Reh^ 


10 








26 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


16 




Elul 


30 1 


Fh F 


Vew Moon 


15 16 








27 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


17 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


17 






Adar 


30 1 


rw 


Vew Moon 


20 21 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 61 


23 








4 


Sa 


Teruma 


24 






9 


Sa 


KiTets^ 


24 








10 


F 


Sabbath at h\ 


1 


Mar. 




16 


Sa 


KiTabo 


31 








11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


2 






17 


S 




1 


Sept. 






13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


4 


, 


. 


22 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


6 






^ 


14 15 


rw Purim 5 6 






23 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


I 






tifOT*- ^ 


^.^ /^^.^ (Ps^M'/r4,S ^^S^T^;/^^ ^3 


^ 


^ NOTES, 




Sept. 


24, New Mood, M. 9ft. 2lm. 30», 3 Golden Number. 




Dec. 


5, Verae to be changed, Kb. 12, 11 Epact. 

18th year of 295 Cycle. G F Dominical Letters. 








Y( 


;ar consists of 355 day 


s. ' 






*Ap 


rilT, 


Easter Sunday. 









* Euter i^unday It introaucpd to qhow ita r«latir« pituatlcn with Faisovert and Lj obiervtd Ld th< a>M' tr^elL «xeept 
when the Goldea NumJior is 9t lii or 14^ in Ihcsf^ ^eari It la ^ mchnth earUtrr. 

In the vnari i^tS; l^T^i, \6^^ and 1J*09, tJie flirt day of Vaiaovcr fiiUa on Hundar ; In CtitifaftnLtr io t]i4 ardUmJiCA of tk4 
CuuDcH of ^flc:«) Efiflter Sunduy \.^ k^pt on tlie 3th day, betuff tht Sutidar 4VTsa the fUU Hoora» 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



.1 



5605/ 



25 



Tisri 



Hes. 



Kis. 



16 



Tebet 



Sebat 



Adar 



Vead 



2SaS 
M 
F 
Sa 
M 

SaS 
T 
F 



30 

5 

6 

13 

19 

20 

27 

1 

4 

5 

12 

19 

20 



1 

4 

10 

11 

18 

22 

25 

1 

2 

3 

10 

15 

17 

23 

24 

30 

7 
8 
14 
15 
22 
28 
92 
30 
6 
11 
12 



SaS 
Sa 
ISM 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
T 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
Sa 
S 
F 
Sa 
W 
Sa 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
W 
Sa 
Th 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
Th 
Sa 
F 
Sa 
FSa 

F 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

SM 

Sa 

Th 

F 



New Year 

Fast of Guedaliah 

Sabbath at 5^ 

Aazinu 

Kipur 

Tabernacle 

Hosana Raba 

Sabbath at 5 

Feast of the 8th day 

Beresheet 

New Moon 

Sabbath at 4^ 

Noah 

Lech Lecha 

Sabbath at 4 

Vayera 

Haye Sarah 

New Moon 

Sabbath at 3^ 

Toledot 

Vayets^ 

Vaishlach 

Hanuca 

Vayesheb 

New Mo<m 

MiketB 

Fast of Tebet 

Vaigash 

Vaihi 



14 16 
16 
20 
21 
23 
28 29 
1 



1845 



Shemot 

New Moon 

Sabbath at 4 

Vaera 

Bo 

Laylanot 

Beshalach 

Sabbath at 4| 

Itro 

New Moon 

Mishpatim 
Sabbath at 5 
Teruma 
Little Pxirim 
Tetsav^ 
Ki Tisa 
Sabbath at 5^ 
Vayakel Shekalim 
New Moon 
Pekud^ 
Fast of Esther 
Sabbath at 6 



4 

5 
12 
13 14 
18 
19 

\6 

1 

2 

9 
12 
15 
16 
23 
30 

1 

6 

7 
11 
14 
20 
21 
28 

1 

4 

9 
10 
11 
18 
23 
25 
31 

1 



1844 



Sept. Vead 



Oct. 



Jan. 



8 



14 
15 
21 
22 

1 

7 

8 

9 10] 
15 
20 
21 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Iy, 



Nis. 



13 

14 

20 

23 

27 

1 

4 

5 

12 

15 

18' 

24 

^26 



15 



16 



lar, 



Sivan 



Tam. 



Feb. 



Mar. 



(lJ^'y7ta^t.^^^c^t-^^ ^^^ 



Sept. 12, Th. New Moon, A. 6^. 10m. 
Dec. 4, W. Verse to be changed, Kis. 23. 

19th year of 295 Cycle. 

Year consists of 383 days. 



JAb 



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30 

3 

10 

14 

17 

18 

24 

25 

1 

2 

6 

9 

16 

23 

26 

30 

7 

14 

17 

21 

27 

28 

1 

6 

9 

13 

15 

19 

20 

27 

29 

30 

3 

4 

11 

17 

18 

25 

29 



Sa 

SM 

Sa 

T 

Sa 

T 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

TW 

F 

Th 

Sa 

WTh 

Sa 

Sa 

W 

Sa 

S 

Sa 

S 

F 

Sa 



Vaikra 
Purim 
Tsav 



Shemini Abodes 

New Moon 
Sabbath at 6| 
Tatzriang 

Metsorang Agadol 
Passover 22 

Sabbath at 7 25 



Zachor22 

23 

Para 29 

1 

5 

8 

11 

12 

19 



24 



1845 

Mar. I 

April 



Aharemot 

New Moon 

Kedoshim 

Emor 

Second Passover 

Behar 

33 of the Homer 

Behukotai 

New Moon 
Bamidbar 



WhTSebuot 



Sa 

Sa 

Sa 

T 

SaS 

Sa 

Sa 

T 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

M 

Sa 

T 

Sa 

M 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

M 

TW 

P 

Sa 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

W 



Naso 

Beangalotecha 
Shelach Lecha 

Korah New Moon 

Hukat 

Balak 

FastofTamuz 

Pinehas Dibrd 



Matot 



23 



Mazg^ 

Shimgu 



1 

3 

7 

10 

17 

21 

24 

25 

31 

1 

6 

7 

11 

14 

21 

28 

1 

5 

12 

19 

22 

26 

1 



May 



June 



12 



2 

4 

Echa 9 



New Moon 
Debanm 

Fast of Ab 12 
Vaethanan Nahamu 16 

Tubeab 18 

Sabbath at 6^ 22 

Hekeb 23 

Heh6 30 

- - - 1 

New Moon 2 

Sabbath at 6 5 

Shophetim 6 

Ki Tetsd 13 

Sabbath at 5| 19 

Ki Tabo 20 
Netsabim Vayelech 27 



July 



Aug. 



Sept. 



Oct. 




'5><Q/> '^'"A (^ 



3, Golden Number. 
22, Epact. 
E Dominical Letter. 
Mar. 23, Easter Sunday. 



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1 

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1846 






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1 2 


ThF 


New Year 
Sabbath at 5 


2 
3 


Oct. 1 

> 


Adar 


23 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud6 

Para 


21 


Mar. 








3 


Sa 


Aazinu 


4 


' 


Nis. 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 












4 


S 


FastofGuedaliah 


5 










Vaikra Abodes 


28 










10 


Sa 


Etipur 


11 






5 


W 




1 


April 


1 






15 16 


ThF 


rabemacle 


16 






8 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


4 












Sabbath at \\ 


17 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


10 










21 


W 


Hosana Raba 


22 






15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


11 12 










22 23 


ThF 


Feast of the 8th day 


23 24 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


24 










24 


Sa 


Beresheet 


25 






29 


Sa 


Shemini 


25 








Hee. 


30 1 


FSa 


Sabbath at 4 

Sew Moon Noah 


31 

1 


Nov. 


Yiar 


30 1 
5 


SM 

F 


New Moon 


26 27 

1 










8 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


8 






6 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


2 


May 


, 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


14 






13 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


9 










15 


Sa 


Vayera 


15 






14 


S 


Second Passover 


10 










22 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


22 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


14 










29 


Sa 


roledot 


29 






20 


Sa 


Emor 


16 








Kis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


30 






27 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


23 




: 






2 


M 




1 


Dec. 


Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


26 




, 






7 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


6 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


30 










14 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


13 






6 


S 


Sebuot 


31 










21 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


20 






7 


M 




1 










25 


W 


Hanuca 


24 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


6 


June 








28 


Sa 


Mikets 


27 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


13 








Te])et 


30 1 


MT. 


New Moon 


29 30 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


20 










3 


Th 


1846 


1 


Jan. 


Tam. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


24 25 










5 


Sa 


Vaigash 


3 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


27 










10 


Th 


Fast of Tebet 


8 






7 


W 




1 










11 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


9 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


4 


July 








12 


Sa 


Vaihi 


10 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


11 










19 


Sa 


Shemot 


17 






18 


S 


Fast of Tamuz 


12 










26 


Sa 


Vaera 


24 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


18 








Sebat 


1 


W 


New Moon 


28 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


24 










3 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


30 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 






■1 






4 


Sa 


Bo 


31 










Shimgu 


25 










5 


S 




1 


Feb. 




9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


1 


Aug. 








11 


Sa 


Beshalach 


7 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


2 










15 


W 


Laylanot 


11 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


7 










17 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


13 


J 




16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


8 










18 


Sa 


Itro 


14 


s 




23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


15 






■' 




25 


Sa . 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


21 






29 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


21 








A.dar 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


26 27 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^ New Moon 


22 23 










2 


Sa 


Teruma 


28 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


29 










3 


S 




1 


Mar. 




10 


T 




1 


Sept. 








8 


F 


Sabbath at 5i 


6 






13 


F 


Sabbath at 6* * * 


4 




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9 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


7 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets6 


5 










13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


11 






21 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


12 










14 15 


ThF 


Purim 


12 13 






27 


F 


Sabbath at 5| 


18 










16 


Sa 


Ki Tisa 


14 






28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


19 






II 




22 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


20 


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Oct. 1, W. New Moon, A. 3A. 42m. 43^*. 


4, Golden Number. 






Dec. 4, Th. Verse to be changed, Kis. 5. 


3, Epact. 






1st year of the 296 Cycle. 


D Dominical Letter. 






Year consists of 554 days. 


April 12, Easter Sunday. 





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5607. 



27 













1846 












1847 


Tisri 


1 S 


MT 


New Year 


2122 


Sept. 


Adar 


18 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


6 


Mar. 




3 


W 


FastofGuedaliah 


23 






25 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 








6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


26 










Abodes 


13 






10 


W 


Kipur 


30 




Nis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


18 






11 


Th 




1 


Oct. 




2 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


19 






12 


F 


Sabbath at*5 * 


2 






3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


20 






13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


3 






10 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


27 






15 16 


HT 


Tabernacle 


5 6 






16 16 


ThF 


Passover 


1 2 


April 




21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


11 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 6i 


9 






T 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


1213 






24 


Sa 


Shemini 


10 






F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


16 




^Yiar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon 


16 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


17 










Tatzriang Metsorang 


17 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


20 21 






8 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


24 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


24 






14 


F 


Second Passover 








10 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


30 










Sabbath at 7 


30 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


31 






15 


Sa 


Emor 


1 


May 




12 


S 




1 


Nov. i . 


18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


4 






18 


Sa 


Yayera 


7 




22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


8 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


14 




29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


15 




Kis. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


19 


^Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


16 










Sabbath at 3^ 


20 




6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


21 22 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


21 




14 


Sa 


Naso 


29 









Sa 


Vayets^ 


28 • 


\ 


17 


T 


• • • . . . . . 


1 


June 




12 


T 




1 


Dec. 




21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


5 






16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


5 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


12 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


12 




Tam. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


14 15 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


14 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


19 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


19 20 






12 


Sa 


Hukat Balak 


26 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


26 






17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


1 


July 




10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


29 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


3 






13 


F 


1847 


1 


Jan. 




2a 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 








14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


2 










Shimgu 


10 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


9 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


14 






27 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


15 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


\% 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


16 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


22 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


18 




• 


11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


24 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


23 






15 


n 


Tubeab 


28 






12 


F 


Sabbath at U 


29 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


31 






13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


30 






19 


S 




1 


Aug. 




16 


M 


Laylanot 


1 


Feb. 




25 


Sa 


Reh6 


7 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


6 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


12 13 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


13 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


14 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon > 


16 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


20 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


19 






9 


Sa 


KiTetse 


21 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


20 






16 


Sa 


Ri Tabo 


28 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


27 






20 


W 




1 


Sept. 




13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


1 


Mar. 




22 


F 


Sabbath at' 6 


3 






1415 


TW 


Purim 


2 3 






23 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


4 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 5J^ 


5 


















NOTES. 




Sept. 2 


1, M. New Moon, M. h, 3lm. 23^5. 


5, Golden Number. 


Dec. 


4, F. Verse to be changed, Kis. 15. 


14, Epact. 




2nd year of the 295 Cycle. 


C Dominical Letter. 




Year consists of 355 days. 


April 4, Easter Sunday. 



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5608. 



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1847 












1848 




1 2 


SaS 


New Year 


11 12 


SeptpVead 


6 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


11 


Mar. 




3 


M 


Fast of Guedaliah 


13 






11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


16 






7 


P 


Sabbath at 5^ 


17 






13 15 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


18 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


18 






14 


SM 


Purim 


19 20 






10 


M 


Kipur 


20 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


24 






1.5 16 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


25 26 






20 


Sa 


Tsav Para 


25 






21 


F 


Hosana Raba 








27 


Sa 


Shemmi Abodes 


1 


April 








Sabbath at 5 


1 


Oct. 


Nis. 


1 


T 


New Mooii 


4 






22 23 


SaS 


Feast of the 8th day 


2 3 






4 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


7 






29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


9 






6' 


Sa 


Tatzriang 


8 




ies. 


SO 1 


SM 


New Moon 


10 11 






12 16 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


15 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 44 


15 






15 


TW 


Passover 


18 19 






6 


Sa 


Noah 


16 






25 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


28 






13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


23 






26 


Sa 


Aharemot 


29 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


29 






28 1 


M 




1 


May 




20 


Sa 


Vayera 


30 




Yiar. 


30 


WTh 


New Moon 


3 4 






22 


M 




I 


Nov. 


41 


3 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


6 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


6 




i ? 


10 


Sa 


Emor 


13 




Lis. 


I 


r 


New Moon 


9 






14 


W V 


Second Passover 


17 


"*** 




5 


Sa 


Toledot 
Sabbath at 3} 


13 






17 


Sa "' 


Behar 


20 






U 


F 


19 






18 


S . 


33 of the Homer 


21 






12 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


20 






24 


Sa 


Behukotai 


27 






19 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


27 






29 


Th 




1 


June 




23 


W 




1 


Dec. 


Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


2 






25 


F 


Hanuca 


3 






2 7 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


3 






26 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


4 






6 


WTh 


Sebuot 


7 8 




'ebet 


1 


W 


New Moon 


8 






9 


Sa 


Naso 


10 






4 


Sa 


Mikets 


11 






16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


17 






10 


F 


FastofTebet 


17 






23 1 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


24 






11 


Sa 


Vaigash 


18 




Tam. 


30 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


1 2 


July 




18 


Sa 


Vaihi 


25 




; 


7 


Sa 


Hukat 


8 






25 


Sa 


Shemot . . B1848 


1 


Jan. 




14 


Sa 


Balak 


15 




lebat 


1 


Th 


Vaera 


6 






17 


T 


Fast of Tamuz 


18 






3 


Sa 


New Moon 


8 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


22 






9 


Id 


Sabbath at 4 


14 






28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg6 








10 / 


Bo 


15 










Shimgu 


29 






15 


Th 


Layla«ot 


20 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


31 






17 


Sa 


Beshalach 


22 






2 


T 




1 


Aug. 




23 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


28 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


5 






24 


Sa 


Itro 


29 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


8 






27 


T 




1 


Feb. 




13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


12 




Idar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon 


4 






15 


T 


Tubeab 


14 










Mishpatim 


5 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


18 






8 


Sa 


Tenima 


12 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


19 






14 


F 


Little Purim 








27 1 


Sa 


Reh^ 


26 










Sabbath at 5 


18 




Elul 


30 


TW 


New Moon 


29 30 






15 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


19 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


1 


Sept. 




22 


Sa 


Ki Tisa 


26 






4 


Sa 


Shophetim 
KiTets^ 


2 






26 


W 




1 


Mar. 




11 


Sa 


9 






28 


F 


SafcbathatSi 
Vayakel Shekalim 


3 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 5| 


15 






29 


Sa 


4 






18 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


16 




Vead 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


5 6 




\ 


25 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


23 




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New Moon, M. 9A. 20m. 3^*. 6, Golden Numberi 


Dec. 


6,Su. 


Verse to be changed, Kis. 27. 26, Epact. 

3rd year of the 296 Cycle. B A Dominical Letters. 

Year consists of 383 days. April 23, Easter Sunday. 



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Hes. 



Kis. 



Teb. 



Sebat 



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16 



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22 
24 
30 

5 

8 

15 

21 

22 

29 

1 

6 

7 

14 

21 

25 



15 



ThF 

Sa 
S 

Sa 
ThF 

W 
ThF 

Sa 
F 

Sa 
W 
Sa 
Sa 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
S 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
Sa 
W 
Sa 
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W 

Sa. 

Th 

F 

Sa 

W 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

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Sa 

Th 

F 

Sa 

W 

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New Year 
Sabbath at 5 
Aazinu 

Fast of Guedaliah 
Kipur 
Tabernacle 
Sabbath at 4| 
Hosana Raba 
Feast of the 8th day 
Beresheet 

Sabbath at 4. New 
Moon. Noah. 

Lech Lecha 
Vayera 
Sabbath at %\ 
Haye Sarah 
Toledot 
New Moon 

Vayets^ 

Vaishlach 

Vayesheb 

Hanuca 

Mikets 

New Moon 

Vaigash 



FastofTebet 

Vaihi 

Sabbath at 4 

Shemot 

Vaera 

New Moon 

Bo 



1849 



Sabbath at 4^ 

Beshalach 

Laylanot 

Itro 

Sabbath at 5 

Mishpatim Shekalii^i 

New Moon. 

Teruma 

Sabbath at* 6i 
Tetsav^. Zachor 

Fast of Esther 
Purim 
KiTisa 



28 

30 ' 

1 

7 
12 

18 
19 
21 
27 

1 

4 
11 
17 
18 
25 
26 

1 

2 

9 
16 
20 
23 
25 
30 

1 

4 

6 
12 
13 
20 
24 
27 

1 

2 

3 

7 
10 
16 
17 
22 
24 

1 

2 

3 

7 

8 
10 



Sept. 
Oct. 



13 
20 

28 



Nov. 



Dec. 



26 



23 



Adar 



Nisan 



Jan. 



Feb. 



Yiar 



Sivan 



Tam. 



Ab 



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8 

9 

14 

15 

29 

30 

5 

6 

9 

13 

14 

18 

20 

27 

1 

5 

6 

11 

12 

19 

26 

30 

3 

10 

11 

17 

18 

24 

1 

2 

9 
10 
13 
15 
16 
23 
30 
6 
7 
14 
20 
21 
28 



Sa 

F 

Sa 

Sa 
S 
F 
16SaS 
Sa 
S M 
F 
Sa 
T 
Sa 
S 

Th 
Sa 
Sa 
T 
Sa 
S M 
F 
Sa 
Sa 
Sa 

WTh 
Sa 
Sa 
S 
Sa 
S 
Sa 
F 
Sa 

Sa 

S 

w 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

SaS 

F 

Sa 

Sa 

F 

Sa 

Sa 



Vayakel Pekud^ 



Sabbath at 6 
New Moon 
Vaikra 
Tsav 



Para 17 
23 

Abodes 24 
Agadol 31 
1 
6 
7 
21 



Sabbath at 6} 
Passover 
Shemini 
New Moon 
Sabbath at 7 
Tatzriang Metsorang 

Aharemot Kedoshim 

Second Passover 

33 of the Homer 

Emor 

Behar Behukotai 

New Moon 

Bamidbar 

Sebuot 

Naso 

Beangalotecha 
Shelach Lecha 
New Moon 
Korah 
Hukat 

B*alak 

Fast of Tarnoz 
Pinehas. Dibr^ 

New Moon 
Matot. Mazg6. 

Shimgu 
Debarin. Echa 

Fast of Ab 

Tubeab 

Vaethanau Nahamu 

Hekeb 

Reh€. New Moon 

Sabbath at ^\ 

Shophetim 

KiTets6 

Sabbath at 6 

Ki Tabo 

Netsabim 



Mar. 



27 

28 
1 
5 
6 
10 
12 
19 



28 



21 



19 



April 



May 



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June 



July 



Aug. 



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Sep. 28, Th. New Moon, M.6fc. 52m. 46fff. 
Dec. 4, JVf , Verse to be changed, Kis. 9. 

4th year of 296 Cycle. 

Year consists of 364 days. 



7. Golden Number. 
6. Epact. 

G Dominical Letter. 
April 8. Easter Sunday. 



Digitized by V^OOQlC 



30 



5610. 



1840 



1850 






Tisri 


1 2 


M T 


New Year 


17 18 


Sept. 


<Adar 


25 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 








3 


W 


FastofGuedaliah 


19 










Abodes 


9 


Mar. 




5 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


21 




Nis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


14 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


22 






3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


16 






10 


W 


Kipur 


26 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


22 






13 


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Aazinu 


29 






10 


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23 






15 16 


M T 


Tabernacle 


1 2 


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15 16|Th F 


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28 2S 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


5 






19 


M 




1 


April 




21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


7 






23 


F 


Sabbath at*6 J 


5 






22 23 


M T 


Feast of the 8th day 


8 9 






24 


Sa 


Shemini 


6 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


13 




Yiar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon 


12 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


16 17 










Tatzriang Metsorang 


13 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


19 






8 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


20 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


20 






14 


F 


Second Passover 








11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


27 










Sabbath at 7 


26 






16 


Th 




1 


Nov. 


• 


15 


Sa 


Emor 


27 






17 


F 


Sabbath'atk 


2 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


30 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


3 






19 


W 




1 


May 




25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


10 




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22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai* 


4 




Ki5. 


SO 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


15 




5 


29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


11 










Sabbath at 3^ 


16 




,Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


12 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


17 




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6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


17 18 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


24 






14 


Sa 


Naso 


25 






16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


1 


Dec. 




21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


1 


June 




23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


8 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


8 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


10 




Tam. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


10 11 




Tebet 


W 1 


SaS 


New Moon Mikets 


15 16 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


15 - 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


22 






12 


Sa 


Hnkat Balak 


22 






LO 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


25 






17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


27 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


29 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


29 






17 


T 


1850 


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21 


M 




1 


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21 


Sa 


Shemot 


5 






26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^* 






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27 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


11 










Shimgu 


6 




i 


28 


Sa 


Vaera 


12 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


10 




Sebat' 


1 


M 


New Moon 


14 


* \ 




4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


13 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


19 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


18 






13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


26 






11 


Sa 




20 




1 


L5 


M 


Laylanot 


28 






15 


W 


Tubeab 


24 






L9 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


1 


Feb. 




18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


27 




i 


20 


Sa 


Itro 


2 






23 


Th 




1 


Aug. 


i 
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27 


Sa 


Mishpatun Shekalim 


9 






25 


Sa 


Reh^ 


3 




Adari 


M) 1 


TW 


New Moon 


12 13 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


8 9 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


15 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


10 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


16 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 64 


16 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^. 


23 






9 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


17 






L3 


M 


Fast of Esther 


25 






16 


Sa 


KiTabo - 


24 






L4 15 


TW 


Purim 


26 27 






23 


Sa 


Netsabhn Vayelech 


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17 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


1 


Mar. 




24 


8 




I 


Sept. 




L8 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


2 




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29 


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Sabbath at 6 ' 


6 





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Sept. 17, M. Netv Moon, A. 3A. 41m. 26f «, 
Dec. 4, T. Verse to be changed, Kis. 19. 

6th year of 296 Cycle. 

Year consists of 355 days. 



8 Golden Number. 
17 Epact. 

F Dominical Letter. 
Mar. 31, Easter Sunday. 



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31 













1850 












1851 




Tisri 


1 2 


SaS 


New Year 


7 8 


Sep. 


Vead 


14 15 


TW 


Purim 


18 19 


Mar. 






8 


M 


FastofGuedaliah 


9 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


21 








8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


14 






18 


Sa 


Tsav Para 


22 








10 


M 


Kipur 


16 






25 


Sa 


Shemini. Abodes 


29 








14 


F 


Sabbath at 5} 


20 






28 


T 




1 


April 






15 16 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


2122 




Nis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


3 








21 


F 


Hosana Raba 


27 






3 


Sa 


Tatzriang. 


5 








22 23 


SaS 


Feast of the 8th day 


28 29 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


11 








25 


T 




1 


Oct. 




10 


Sa 


Metsorang 


12 








28 


F 


Sabbath at*6 * 


4 






15 16 


ThF 


Passover 


17 18 








29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


5 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


25 






Hes. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


6 7 






24 


Sa 


Aharemot 


26 








6 


Sa 


Noah 


12 






29 


Th 




1 


May 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4§ 


18 




JYiar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon Kedoshim 


2 3 








13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


19 






8 


Sa 


Emor 


10 








20 


Sa 


Vayera 


26 






14 


F 


Second Passover 


16 








26 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


1 


Nov. 


^ 


15 


Sa 


Behar 


17 








27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


2 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


20 






Kis. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


5 6 






22 


Sa 


Behukotai 


24 








4 


Sa 


Toledot 


9 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


31 








10 


F 


Sabbath at 3§ 


15 




Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


1 


June 






11 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


16 






6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


6 7 








18 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


23 






14 


Sa 


Naso 


14 








25 


Sa 


Vayesheb Hanuca 


30 






21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


21 








26 


S 




1 


Dec. 




28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


28 






Tebet 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


5 6 




Tarn. 


30 


M 


New 


30 








2 


Sa 


Mikets 


7 






1 


T 


Moon 


1 


July 






9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


14- 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


5 








10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 


15 






12 


Sa 


Hukat Balak 


12 








16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


21 






17 


Th 


FastofTamnz 


17 








23 


Sa 


Shemot 


28 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas. Dibr^ 


19 








27 


W 


1851 


1 


Jan. 




26 


Sa 


Matot. Mazg6 

Shimgu 








Sebat 


1 


Sa 


Vaera New Moon 


4 










26 








7 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


10 




Ab 


I 


W 


New Moon 


30 






- 


8 


Sa 


Bo 


U 






3 


F 




1 


Aug. 




► 


15 


Sa 


Beshalach Laylanot 


18 






4 


Sa 


Debarim. Echa 


2 








22 


Sa 


Itro 


25 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


7 








28 . 


F 


Sabbath at 4§ 


31 






11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


9 








29 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


1 


Feb. 




15 


W 


Tubeab 


13 






Adar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


2 3 


■ 




18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


16 








6 


Sa 


Termna 


8 






24 


F 


Sabbath at 6i 


22 








12 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


14 






25 


Sa 


Reh^ 


23 








13 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


15 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon* 


28 29 








14 


S 


Little Purim 


16 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


30 








20 


Sa 


KiTisa 


22 






4 


M 




1 


Sept.; 






27 


Sa 


Vayakel ShekaJim 


1 


Mar. 




8 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


5 






Vead 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


4 6 






9 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


6 








3 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


7 






16 


Sa 


KiTabo 


13 








4 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


8 


( 




22 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 
Netsabim Vayelech 


19 








11 


Sa 


Vaikra. Zachor 


15 






23 


Sa 


20 








13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


17. 


















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7 


Sept. 7, 


Sa. New Moon, M. h. 30m. 6f« 




9 Golden Number. 






Dec. 4, 


W. Verse to be changed, Kis. 29 


, 


28 Epact. 

E D6rainical Letter. 








6th year of 296 Cycle. 










Year consists of 385 days. 


Apri 


1 20 Easter Sunday. 







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Tiari 


1 2 


SaS 


New Year 


27 28 Sept 


Adar 


28 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


19 


Mar. 




3 


M 


FastofGuedaUah 


29 






29 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 








6. 


W 




1 


Oct. 








Abodes 


20 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


3 




Nis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


21 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


4 






7 


Sa 


Vaikra 


27 






10 


M 


Kipur 


6 






12 


Th 




1 


April 




16 16 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


1112 






14 


Sa 


Tmv' ' * 'Agadol 


3 






21 


F 


Hosana Raba 








16 16 


S M 


Passover 


4 5 










Sabbath at 4} 


17 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


9 






22 23 


Sai^ 


Feast of the 8th day 


18 19 






28 


Sa 


Shemini 


17 






20 


Sa 


Beresheet 


25 




Yiar 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


19 90 




Hes. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


26 27 






5 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsonmg 


24 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


31 






11 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


30 






6 


Sa 


Noah 


1 


Nov. 




12 


Sa 




1 


May 




13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


8 






14 


M 


Second Passover 


3 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 8i 


14 






18 


F 


33 of the Homer 


7 






20 


Sa 


Vayera 


15 






19 


Sa 


Emor 


8 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


22 






26 


Sa 


Behar Behnkotai 


16 




Kis. 


1 


T 


New Mo(m 


25 




Sivan 


1 


W 


New Moon 


19 






5 


Sa 


Toledot 


29 






4 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


22 






7 


M 


\ 


1 


Dec, 




6 7 


MT 


Sebaot 


24 26 






12 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


6 






11 


Sa 


Naso 


29 






19 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


13 






14 


T 




1 


June 




25 


F 


Hanuca 


19 






18 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


5 






26 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


20 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


12 




Tebet 


1 


W 


New Moon 


24 




Tam. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


17 18 






4 


Sa 


Mikets 


27 






2 


Sa 


Korah 


19 









Th 


.... B.1852 


1 


Jan. 




9 


Sa 


Hukat 


26 






10 


F 


Fast of Tebet 


2 






14 


Th 




1 


July 




11 


Sa 


Vaigash 


3 






16 


Sa 


B'alak 


3 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


9 






17 


S 


Fast of Tamnz 


4 






18 


Sa 


Vaihi 


10 






23 


Sa 


Pmehas Dibr^ 


10 






25 


Sa 


Shemot 


17 




Ab 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 






Sebat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


22 










Matot Mazg^ 








3 


Sa 


Vaera 


24 










Shimgn 


17 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 41 


30 






8 


Sa 


Debarim Ecfaa 


24 






10 


Sa 


Bo 


31 






9 


Sa^ 


Fast of Ab 


25 






11 


S 




1 


Feb. 




15 


Vaethanan Nahamu 








15 


Th 


Laylanot 


5 










Tubeab 


31 






17 


Sa 


Beshalach 


7 






16 


S 




1 


Aug. 




23 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


13 






22 


Sa 


Hekeb 


7 






24 


Sa 


Itro 


14 




Elul 


29 


Sa 


Reh^ 


14 




Adar 


30 


F 


New Moon 


20 






30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


15 16 






1 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


21 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


20 






8 


Sa 


Teruma Zachor 


28 






6 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tets^ 


21 






10 


M 




1 


Mar. 




13 


Sa 


28 






13 


Th 


FastofEsther 


4 






17 


W 


. ••.».. 


1 


Sept. 




14 16 


FSa 


Purim Sabbath at 5* 


5 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


3 










Tetsav6 


6 






20 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


4 






22 


Sa 


Ri Tisa Para 


13 






27 


Sa 




11 




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Sept. 25, Th. New Moon, M. 10*. 2m. 50». 


10 Golden Number. 


Dec. 5, F. Vers^ to b^ changed, Kis. 11. 


9 Epact. 


7th year of 296 Cycle. 


D C Dominical Letters. 








Year consists of 3£ 


3 day 


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, Easter Sunday. 







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1852 



1853 



Tisri 


1 2 


T W 


New Year 


14 IS 


Sept. j Vead 


9 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachoj 


19 


Mar. 




3 


Th 


FastofGuedaliah 


16 




13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


23 






4 


F 


Sabbath at 5 j^ 


17 




14 1fi 


ThF 


Purim 


24 2^ 


' 




5 


Sa 


Vayelcch 


18 




16 


Sa 


Tsav 


26 






10 


Th 


Kipur 


23 




22 


F 




1 


April 




12 


Sa 


Aazinu 


25 




23 


Sa 


Shemini Para 


2 






15 16 


TW 


Tabernacle 


28 29 




29 


P 


Sabbath at 6^ 


8 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


1 


Oct. ] Nis. 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 




, 




21 


M 


Hosana Raba 


4 










Tatzriang Ahodes 


9 






22 23 


TW 


Feast of the 8th day 


5 6 






8 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


16 






26 


Sa 


Beresheet 


9 




' 


15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


23 24 




Hes. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


13 14 




: 


21 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


29 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


15 






23 


S 




1 


May 




3 


Sa 


Noah 


16 




r^iar. 


29 


Sa 


Aharemot 


7 






10 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


23 




30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


8 9 






16 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


29 






6 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


14 






17 


Sa 


Vayera 


30 






13 


Sa 


Emor 


21 






19 


M 




1 


Nov. 




14 


S 


Second Passover 


22 






24 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


6 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


26 




Kis. 


1 


F 


New Moon 
Sabbath at 3i 


12 






20 
24 


Sa 
W 


Behar 


28 
1 


June 




2 


Sa 


Toledot 


13 






^7 


Sa 


Behukotai 


4 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


20 




Siyan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


7 






16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


27 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


11 






20 


W 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


SM 


Sebuot 


12 13 


I 




23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


4 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


18 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


6 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


25 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


New Moon Mikets 


1112 






25 


F 





1 


July 




7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


18 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


2 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


21 




Tam. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


6 7 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


25 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


9 






21 


Sa 


Shemot . . . 1853 


1 


Jan. 




10 


Sa 


Hukat 


16 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


8 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


23 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


10 






18 


S 


Fast of Tamuz 


24 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


14 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


30 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


15 






26 


M 




1 


Aug. 




13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


22 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


5 






15 


M 


Laylanot 


24 




^ 


2 


Sa 


Matot Mazgd 








19 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


28 










>, Shimgn 


6 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


29 






9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


13 






23 


T 




1 


Feb. 




10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


14 






27 


Sa 


M^ishpatim 


5 






15 


F 


Tubeab 






Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


8 9 










Sabbath at 6^ 


19 






4 


Sa 


Tenima 


12 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


20 






10 


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20 






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27 






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24 






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28 






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4 






28 


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27 


Sa 


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11 






29 


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17 




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14 15 




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18 19 






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22, F. New Moon, A. lA. 12m. 53i#. 13 Golden Number. 


Dec. 


4, S. Verse to be changed, KIb. 11. 12 Epact. 




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13 






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15 






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M. New Mqon, A. 7*. 34m. 16|«. 16, Golden Number. 


D«c. 4, 


Th. Verse to be changed, Kis. 7. 4, Epact. 




12th year of the 29| Cycle. D Dominical Letter. 
Year consists of 351 days. April 8, Easter Sunday. 


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22 23 


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F 


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16 






20 


Sa 


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10 






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Sa 


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17 




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30 1 


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14 15 




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30 1 


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18 19 






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31 






10 


F 


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30 






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17 


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1 


May 




20 


Sa 




T 






18 


S 


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2 






27 


Sa 


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14 






24 


Sa 


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8 




KlB. 


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17 18 




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1 


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14 






3 


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29 






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5 






19 


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June 




25 


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12 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


5 




Tebet 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


17 18 




Tam. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


12 la 






3 


8a 


Miketa 


10 




y- 


7 


Sa 


Hiikat 


19 






9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


26 






14 


Sa 


Balak 


20 






10 


S 


Fast of Tehet 


2T 






17 


T 


FMt of Tamuz 


29 






15 


F 


1858 


1 


Jan« 




10 


Th 




1 


July 




16 


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Vaihi 


2 






21 


Sa 


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3 






23 


3a 


Shemot 









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Sa 


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29 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


15 










Shimgu 


10 




8ebat 


1 


Sa 


New Moon Vaera 


10 




Ab 


1 


M 


^(ew Mooa 


12 






8 


Sa 


Bo 


23 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


17 






14 


F 


Sabbafh at 44 
Beshalacfa Laylanot 


29 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


20 






15 


Sa 


30 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


24 






17 


M 




1 


Feb. 




15 


M 


Tubeab 


26 






22 


Sa 


IlTO ' ' * * * * 


6 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


31 






29 


Sa 


^ishpatim Sfaekalim 


13 






21 


S 




1 


Aug. 


Adar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


1415 




Elul 


27 


Sa 


Reh6 


7 






5 


M 


Sabbath at 5 


19 




30 1 


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New Moon 


10 11 






6 


F 


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4 


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14 






11 


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20 






13 


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Tetsav^ Zachor 


27 






11 


Sa 


KiTets6 


21 






14 


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28 






18 


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28 






15 


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22 


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19 


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5 






24 


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20 


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15, Fpa£L 




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C J]>onunica1 Letter. 




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Ai^l 4, Easter Sunday. 



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4 


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Sabbath at 6| 


8 






24 


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Beresheet 


2 






5 


Sa 


Metsoranf 


9 




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30 1 


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8 9 






12 


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Aharemot Agadol 


16 






7 


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15 






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8 


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16 






25 


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Sabbath at 7 


29 






15 


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23 






26 


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30 






21 


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29 






27 


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May 




22 


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30 




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24 


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7 






29 


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7 8 






14 


W 


Second Pawover 


18 






6 


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13 






17 


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12 


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19 






18 


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33 of the Homer 


22 






13 


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24 


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28 






20 


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27 






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24 


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3 






25 


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Hanuca 


2 






2 


Sa 


Naso 


4 






27 


Sa 


Mikets 


4 






6 7 


WTh 


Sebttot 


8 9 




Tebet 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


7 Q 






9 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


11 






4 


Sa 


Vaigash 


W 






16 


Sa 


Shelach. Lecha 


18 






10 


F 


Fast of Tebet 


17 






23 


Sa 


K<Nrah 


25 






11 


Sa 


Vaihi 


18 






29 


F 




1 


July 




18 


Sa 


Shemot 


25 




Tarn. 


30 1 


SaS 


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25 


Sa 


Vaera . . . 1859 


1 


Jan. 


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7 


Sa 


Balak 


9 




Sebat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


6-^ 






14 


Sa 


Pinehas 


16 






3 


Sa 


Bo 


8 






17 


T 


Fastoftamnz 


19 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


14 






21 


Sa 


Matot Dibr^ 


23 






10 


Sa. 


Beshalach 


15 






28 


Sa 


Mazg6 Shimgu 


30 






15 


Th 


Laylanot 


20 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


1 


Aug. 




17 


Sa 


Itro 


22 






6 


Sa 


Debarim. Echa 


6 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


28 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


9 






24 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


29 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan NahamH 


13 






27 


T 




1 


Feb. 




15 


M 


Tubeab 


15 




Adar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon Teruraa 


4 (i 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 6i^ 


19 






8 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


12 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


20 






14 


F 


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27 


Sa 


Reh^ 


27 










Sabbath at 5 


18 




Elttl 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon. 


30 31 






15 


Sa 


KiTisa 


19 : 






2 


Th 




1 


Sept. 




22 


Sa 


Vayakel 


26 






3 


F 


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2 






25 


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1 


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4 


Sa 


Sfaophetim 


3 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 6|* 
Pekud^ ShekaRm 


4 






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Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


10 






29 


Sa 


5 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


16 




Vead 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


6 




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18 


Sa 


KiTabo 


17 




6 


Sa 


K^aikra. 


12 






25 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


24 






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Sept. 8, W. New Moon, A. Ifc. 11m. 86f*. 


17 OoMen Nmnbef. 




Dec. 6, S. Veree to be changed, Kis. 28. 
14th ywir of 296 Cycle. 


26 Epact. 




B Dominical Letter. 




Year consists of 385 days. Apri 


I 24 Easter Sunday. 

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23 






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Hosana Raba 


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15 16 


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30 


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Sabbath at 4 New 


28 






29 


Sa 


Shemini 


21 






1 


Sa 


Moon Noah 


29 




Yiar 


30 1 


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New Moon 


22 23 






4 


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Nov. 




5 


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Sabbath at 7 


27 






8 


Sa 


Lech licha ' 


5 






6 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


28 






15 


Sa 


Vayera 


12 






9 


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1 


May 




21 


F 


Sabbath at ^ 


18 






13 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


5 






22 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


19 






14 


S 


Second Passover 


6 






29 


Sa 


Toledot 


26 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


10 




Kis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


27 






20 


Sa 


Emor 


12 






5 


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1 


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Sivan 


27 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


19 






7 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


3 




1 


T 


New Moon 


22 






14 


Sa 


Vaiflhlach 


10 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


26 






21 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


17 






6 7 


S M 


Sebuot 


27 28 






25 


W 


Hanuca 


21 






11 


F 




1 


Jane 




28 


Sa 


Mikets 


24 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


2 




Teb. 


30 1 


M T 


New Moon 


26 27 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


9 






5 


Sa 


Vaigash 


31 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


16 






6 


S 


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1 


Jan. 


Tain. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


20 21 






10 


Th 


FastofTebet 


5 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


23 






12 


Sa 


Vaihi 


7 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


30 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


13 






11 


S 




1 


July 




19 


Sa 


Shemot 


14 






17 


Sa 


Bali 


7 






26 


Sa 


Vaera 


21 






18 


S 


FastofTamuz 


8 




Sebat 


1 


W 


New Moon 


25 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas. Dibr^ 


14 






4 


Sa 


Bo 


28 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


20 


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8 


W 




1 


Feb. 




2 


Sa 


Matot. Mazg^. 








10 


F 


sibl»that*4J 


3 










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21 






11 


Sa 


Beshalach 


4 






9 


Sa 


Debarim. Echa 


28 






15 


W 


Laylanot 


8 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


29 






18 


Sa 


Itro 


11 






13 


w 




1 


Aug. 




24 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


17 






16 


F 


fubeab 


3 






25 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


18 






16 


Sa 




4 




Adar 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon. 


23 24 






23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


11 






2 


Sa 


Tenuna 


26 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^. New Moon 


18 19 






7 


Th 




1 


Mar. 




6 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


24 






8 


F 


Sabbath at'si 


2 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


25 






9 


Sa 


Tetsav^. Zachor 


3 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets6 


1 


Sept. 




13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


7 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


7 






14 16 


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Purim 


8 9 






21 

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Sa 


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Sep. 27, T. New Moon, M. lOA. 44m. 20». 
Dec. 6, M. Verse to be changed, Kis. 9. 

16th year of 296 Cycle. 

Year consists of 354 days. 



18. Golden Number. 
7. Epact. 
A G Dominical Letter. 
Aprils. Easter Sunday. 



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FastofGuedaliah 


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Sabbath at 5i 


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1 


T 


New Moon 


12 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


22 






5 


Sa 


Vaikra 


16 






10 


W 


Kipur 


26 






11 


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Sabbath at 6 


22 






13 


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Aazinu 


29 






12 


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Tsav Agadol 


23 






15 16 


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1 2 


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15 16 


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26 27 






19 


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Sabbath at 6 


5 






21 


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1 


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21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


7 






25 


F 


Sabbath atej* 


5 






22 23 


M T 


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8 9 






26 


Sa 


Shemini 


6 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


13 




Yiar 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


10 11 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


16 17 






3 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


13 






3 


F 


Sabbath at \\ 


19 






10 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


20 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


20 






14 


W 


Second Passover 


24 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


27 






16 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


26 






16 


Th 




1 


Nov. 




17 


Sa 


Effior 


27 






17 


F 


Sabbath*at4 ' 


2 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


28 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


3 






21 


w 




1 


May 




25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


10 


\\ 


24 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


4 




Kis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


15 


Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


10 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


16 




2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


11 






3 


Sa 


Toledot 


17 




6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


15 16 






10 


Sa 


Vayetse 


24 




9 


Sa 


Naso 


18 






17 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


1 


Dec. II 


16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


25 






24 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


8 




23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


1 


June 




25 


S 


Hanuca 


9 


jiTam. 


80 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


8 9 




Tebet 


1 


P 


New Moon 


14 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


15 






2 


Sa 


Mikets 


15 






14 


Sa 


Balak 


22 






9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


22 






17 


T 


FastofTamuz 


25 






10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 


23 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


29 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


29 






23 


M 




1 


July 




19 


T 


1861 


1 


Jan. 




28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^' 

Shimgu 








23 


Sa 


Shemot 


6 










6 






29 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


11 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


8 




Sebat 


1 


Sa 


Vaera New Moon 


12 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


16 






8 


Sa 


Bo 


19 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


18 






15 


Sa 




26 






13 


Sa 


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Fast of Esther 


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1 Golden Number. 




Dec. 4, W. Verse to be changed, Tebet 1 
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New Moon 

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Sebuot 

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Fast of Tamuz 
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Dec. 4, Th. Verse to be changed, Kis. 12. 

18th year of 296 Cycle. 

Year consists of 354 days. 



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23 




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9 






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15 










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23 




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3 






21 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


29 






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Debarim Echa 


6 






22 


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Itro 


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11 


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6 






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W 


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17 




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30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


7 8 






17 


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19 






6 


Sa 


Teruma 


13 






18 


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20 






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19 






25 


Sa 


Reh6 


27 






13 


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30 1 


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New Moon, M. lOA. 43m. 3i«. 


3, Golden Number. 




Dec. ( 


J, S. 


Verse to be changed, Kis. 25. 
19th year of 296 Cycle. 


22, Epact. 








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Mar. 27, Easter Sunday. 





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Lech Lecha 
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F Sabbath at 7 
Sa Tatzriang Metsorang 

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Sa Aharemot Kedoshim 
W Second Passover 
Sa Emor 
S 33 of the Homer 
Sa Behar Behukotai 
F New Moon 
Sa Bamidbar 
W Sebuot 
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Naso 
Sa Beangalotecha 
Sa Shelach Lecha 
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Sa Hukat 
Sa Balak 
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Shimgu 
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M Tubeab 
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sDec. 4y S. . Verse to be changed, Kis. 5. 

Ist year of the 297 Cycle. 

Year consists of 855 days. * 



4, Golden Number. 
3, Epact. 

A Dominical Letter. 
April 16, Easter Sunday. 



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ThF 


New Year 


2122 


Sept. 


Adar 


23 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud6 




Mar. 




3 


Sa 


Aazinu 


23 










Para 


10 






4 


S 


Fast of GnedaUah 


24 




Nis. 


1 


Sa 


Vaikra New Moon 








9 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


29 










Abodes 


17 






10 


Sa 


Kipur 


30 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


23 






11 


S 


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1 


Oct. 




8 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


24 






15 16 


ThF 


Tabernacle 


5 6 






15 


Sa 


Passover 


31 






21 


W 


Hosana Raba 


11 






16 


S 




1 


April 




22 23 


ThF 


Feast of the 8th day 


12 






21 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


6 










Sabbath at 4^ 


13 






29 


Sa 


Shemini 


14 






24 


Sa 


Beresheet 


14 




Yiar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


15 16 




Hes. 


30 1 


FSa 


^f ew Moon Noah 


20 21 






6 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


21 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


27 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


27 






8 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


28 






13 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


28 






12 


W 




1 


Nov. 




14 


S 


Second Passover 


29 






15 


Sa 


Vayera 


4 






16 


T 




1 


May 




22 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


11 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


3 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


17 






20 


Sa 


Emor 


5 






29 


Sa 


Toledot 


18 






27 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


12 




Kis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


19 




Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


15 






7 • 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


25 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


19 






13 


F 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


SM 


Sebuot 


20 21 






14 


Sa 


Vaisidach' 


2 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


26 






21 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


9 






18 


F 




1 


June 




25 


W 


Hanuca 


13 




Tam. 


19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


2 






28 


Sa 


Mikets 


16 




26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


9 




Tebet 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


18 19 




30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


13 14 






5 


Sa 


Vaigash 


23 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


16 






10 


Th 


Fast of Tebet 


28 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


23 






12 


Sa 


Vaihi 


30 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


30 






14 


M 


1866 


1 


Jan. 




18 


S 


Fast of Tamuz 


1 


July 




19 


Sa 


Shemot 


6 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


7 






25 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


12 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


13 






26 


Sa 


Vaera 


13 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 






Sebal 


1 


W 


New Moon 


17 










Shimgu 


14 






4 


Sa 


Bo 


20 






9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


21 






11 


Sa 


Beshalach 


27 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


22 






15 


W 


Laylanot 


31 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


27 






16 


Th 




1 


Feb. 




16 


Sa 




28 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 4^* 


2 






20 


W 




1 


Aug. 




18 


Sa 


Itro 


3 






23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


4 






25 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


10 




EIul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^ New Moon 


U 12 




Adar 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


15 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


18 










Sabbath at 5 


16 






13 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


24 






2 


Sa 


Teruma 


17 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


25 






9 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


24 






21 


Sa 


KiTabo 


1 


Sept. 




13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


28 






27 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


7 






14 15 


ThF 


Purim Sabbath at 6 


1 2 


Mar. 




28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


8 






16 


Sa 


Ki Tisa 


3 








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Sept. 20, W. New Moon, A. 6*. 4m. 26§*. 


5 Golden Number. 


Dec. 4, M. Verse to be changed, Kis. 16. 


14 Epact. 


2nd year of 297 Cycle. 


G Dominical Letters. 








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MT 


New Year 


10 11 


Sept. 


Vead 


13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


20 


Mar. 






3 


W 


Fast of Guedaliah 


12 






14 15 


ThF 


Purim 


21 








6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


15 










Sabbath at 6 


22 








10 


W 


Kipur 


19 






16 


Sa 


Tsav 


23 








12 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


21 






23 


Sa 


Shemini Para 


30 








13 


Sa 


AaTnnu 


22 






25 


M 




1 


April 






15 16 


MT 


Tabernacle 


24 25 






29 


P 


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5 








21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


30 




Nis. 


1 


Sa 


Tatzriang New Moon 










22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


1 2 


Oct. 








Abodes 


6 








26 


F 


Sabbbth at 5 


5 






8 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


13 








27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


6 






15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


20 21 






Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


9 10 






21 


P 


Sabbath at 7 


26 








4 


Sa 


Noah 


13 






26 


W 




1 


May 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


19 






29 


Sa 


Aharemot ' 


4 








11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


20 




Yiar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


5 6 








18 


Sa 


Vayera 


27 






6 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


11 








23 


Th 




1 


Nov. 




13 


Sa 


Emor 


18 








24 


F 


Sabbath at*4 * 


2 






14 


S 


Second Passover 


19 








25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


3 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


23 






Kis. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


8 9 






20 


Sa 


Behar 


25 








2 


Sa 


Toledot 


10 






27 


Sa 


Behukotai 


1 


June 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 3i 


16 




Sivan 


I 


T 


New Moon 


4 








9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


17 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


8 








16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


24 






6 7 


S M 


Sebuot 


9 10 








23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


1 


Dec. 




12 


Sa 


Naso 


15 








25 


M 


Hanuca 


3 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


22 






Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


8 9 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


29 








7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


15 






28 


M 




I 


July 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


18 




Tam. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


3 4 








14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


22 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


6 








21 


Sa 


Shemot 


29 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


13 








24 


T 


1867 


1 


Jan. 




17 


Sa 


Balak 


20 








28 


Sa 


Vaera 


5 






18 


S 


FastofTamuz 


21 






Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


7 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


27 








5 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


11 






29 


Th 




1 


Aug. 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


12 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


2 








12 


Sa 


Beshalach 


19 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 










15 


M 


Laylanot 


21 










Shimgu 


3 








20 


Sa 


Itro 


26 






9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


10 








26 


F 


Sabbath at ^ 


1 


Feb. 




10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


11 








27 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


2 






15 


F 


Tubeab Sabbath at 6j^ 


16 






Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


5 6 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


17 








4 


Sa 


Teruma 


9 






23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


24 








10 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


16 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^ 


31 








11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


16 










New Moon 


1 


Sept. 


\ 




14 


T 


Little Purim 


19 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


6 




\ 




18 


Sa 


Ki Tisa 


23 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tets6 


7 




^ 




24 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 
Vayakel Shekalim 


1 


Mar. 




14 


Sa 


14 








25 


Sa 


2 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


20 






Vead 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


7 8 






21 


Sa 


KiTabo 


21 








2 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


9 






28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


28 








9 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


16 




















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Sept. 10 


, M. New Moon, M. Ih, 53m. 6|«. 


6 Grolden Number. 






Dec. 4 


, T. Verse to be changed, Kislev 26. 
3rd year of 297 Cycle. . 
Year consists of 385 days. 


25 Epact. 

F Dominical Letter. 
April 21, Easter Sunday. 





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30 


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26 


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20 


Mar. 




2 


T 




1 


Oct. 




27 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 








3 


W 


FastofGuedaHah 


2 










Abodes 


21 


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6 ' 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


4 




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1 


T 


New Moon 


24 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


5 




> 


5 


Sa 


Vaikra 


28 






10 


W 


Kipur 


9 






9 


W 




1 


April 




13 


Sa 


Aa^inu 


12 






12 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


4 






14 15 


MT 


Tabernacle 


13 14 






15 16 


TW 


Passover 


7 8 






18 


F 


Sabbatlvat4| 


17 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


10 






21 


S 




20 






26 


Sa 


Shemini 


18 






22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


21 22 




Yiar 


30 1 


WTh 


i^ew Mioou 


2^23 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


26 






2 


F 


Sabbafh at 7 


24 




Hes. 


30 1 


T W 


New Moon 


29 30 






3 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


25 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


1 


Nov. 




9 


F 


, 


1 


May 




4 


Sa 


Noah 


2 






10 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


2 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


9 






14 


W 


Second Passover 


6 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


15 






17 


Sa 


Emor 


9 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


16 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


10 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


23 






24 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


16 




Kis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


28 




Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


22 






3 


Sa 


Toledot 


30 






2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


23 






4 


S 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


27 28 






10 


Sa 


ykyets6 


7 






9 


Sa 


Naso 


30 






17 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


14 






10 


M 




1 


June 




24 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


21 






16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


6 






25 


S 


Hanuca 


22 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


13 




Tebet 


I 


F 


New Moon 


27 




Tam. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


20 21 






2 


Sa 


Mikets 


28 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


27 






6 


W 


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1 


Jan. 




11 


W 




1 


July 




9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


4 






14 


Sa 


B'alak 


4 






10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 


5 






17 


T 


FastofTamuz 


7 






15 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


10 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr6 


11 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


11 






28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg€ 








23 


Sa 


Shemot 


18 










Shimgu 


18 




Sebai 


1 


Sa 


Vaera New Moon 


25 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


20 






7 


F 


Sabbath at ^ 


31 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


25 






8 


Sa 


Bo 


1 


Feb. 




9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


28 






15 


Sa 


Beshalach Laylanot 


8 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


1 


Aug. 




21 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


14 






15 


M 


Tubeab 


3 






22 


Sa 


Itro 


15 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


8 






29 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


22 






27 


Sa 


Reh^ 


15 




Adar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


23 24 




Elul 


30 1 


T W 


New Moon 


18 19 






6 


Sa 


Teruma 


29 






3 


F 


Sabbath at ^ 


21 






7 


s 




1 


Mar. 




4 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tets€ 


22 






11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


5 






11 


Sa 


29 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5^^ 


6 






14 


T 




1 


Sept. 




13 


Sa 


Tetsav6 Zachor 


7 






17 


F 


Sabbath ate' 


4 






14 15 


SM 


Purim 


8 9 






18 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


5 






20 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


14 






25 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


12 








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Sep 


t.28,i 


5a. New Moon, A. IIA. 26m. 60*. 7 Golden Number. 


Dec 


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rh. Verse to be changed, Kis. 8. 6 Epact. 

4th year of the 297 Cycle. E D Dominical Letter. 
Year consists of 863 days. April 12, Easter Sunday. 



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Aazinu 

Fast of Guedaliah 
Kipur 
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Sabbath at 5 
Hosana Raba 
Feast of the 8th day 
Beresheet 
Sabbath at 4^ New 

Moon Noah 

Lech Lecha 
Sabbath at 4 
Vayera 



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Sabbath at ^ 
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New Moon 
Vayets^ 
Vaishlach 

Vayesheb 

Hanuca 

Mikets 

New Moon 

Vaigash 

FastofTebet 

Vaihi 

Shemot 
Vaera 
New Moon 
Sabbath at 4 
Bo 

Beshalach 
Laylanot 
Sabbath at 4^ 
Itro 



Mishpatim Shekalim 
New Moon . 
Teruma 
Sabbath at 5 



1809 



Tetsav^ 

Fast of Esther 

Purim 

KiTisa 



Zachor20 




Sabbath at 5^ 
Vayakel Pekud^ 

Para 
New Moon 

Vaikra Ahodce 
Sabbath at 
Tsav Agadol 

Passover 

s'abbathatOi 

Shemini 

New Moon 

Tatzriang Metsorang 

Aharemot Kedoshim 

Second Passover 

33 of the Homer 

Sabbath at 7 

Emor 

Behar Behukotai 

New Moon 

Bamidbar 

Sebuot 

Naso 

Beangalotecha 



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New Moon 

Korah 

Hukat 

Balak 

FastofTamuz 

Pinehas Dibr€ 

New Moon 
Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 
Debarim Echa 

Fast of Ab 
Tubeab 

Vaethanan Nahamu 
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Ki Tets^ , 
KiTabo 

Sabbath at ' 
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NOTES. 



Sep. 17, Th. New Moon, M. Sh. 14m. 30t. 
Dec. 4, F. Verse to be changed, Kis. 20. 

6th year of 297 Cycle. 

Year consists of 354 days. 



8, Golden Number. 
17, Epact. 
C Dominical Letter. 
Mar. 28, Easter Sunday. 



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MT 


New Year 


6 7 


Septjivead 


13 


W 


f 

Fast of Esther 


16 


Mar. 




3 


W 


FastofGuedaliah 


8 






14 15 


ThF 


Purim 


17 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


11 










Sabbath at 6 


18 






10 


W 


Kipur 


15 






16 


Sa 


Psav 


19 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


17 






23 


Sa 


Shemini Para 


26 






13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


18 






29 


F 




1 


April 




16 16 


MT 


Tabernacle 


20 21 




Nis. 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 






21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


26 










Tatzriang Abodes 


2 






22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


27 28 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


8 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


1 


Oct. 




8 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


9 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


2 






15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


16 17 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


5 6 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


29 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


9 






29 


Sa 


Aharemot 


30 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


15 


1 


Yiar. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


1 2 


May 




11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


16 






6 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


7 




18 


Sa 


Vayera 


23 






13 


Sa 


Emor 


14 






24 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


29 






14 


S 


Second Passorer 


15 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


30 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


19 






27 


M 




1 


Not. 




20 


Sa 


Behar 


21 




KiB. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


4 5 






27 


Sa 


Behukotai 


28 






2 


t 


Toledot 


6 




Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


31 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


13 






2 


W 





1 


June 




15 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


19 






5 


Sa 


B'amidbar* 


4 






61 


Sa 


VaiRhlach 


20 






6 7 


SM 


Sebuot 


5 6 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


27 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


11 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


29 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotccha 


18 






27 


W 




1 


Dec. 




26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


25 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


4 5 




Tarn. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


29 30 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


11 






2 


F 




1 


July 




10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


14 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


2 




14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


18 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


g 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


25 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


16 






28 


Sa 


Vaera . . . 1870 


1 


Jan. 




18 


S 


Fast of Tamuz 


17 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


3 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


23 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


8 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


29 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


14 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 








IS 


Sa 


Beshalach 


15 










30 






15 


M 


Laylanot 


17 






4 


M 


1 


Aug. 




20 


Sa 


Itro 


22 






9 


Sa 


Debarim * * Echa 


6 




26 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


28 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


7 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


29 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


12 




Adar 


30 1 


T W 


New Moon 


1 2 


Feb. 




16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


13 






4 
11 


Sa 
Sa 


Teruma 
Tetsav^ 


5 
12 






22 
23 


F 

Sa 


Sabbath at 6^ 
Hekeb 


19 
9fi 






14 


T 


Little Purim 


15 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^ New Moon 


27 28 






17 
18 


F 
Sa 


Sabbath at 5 
Ki Tisa 


18 
19 






5 
6 


Th 
F 


Sabbath at 6 * 


1 
2 


Sept. 




25 


Sa 


Vayakel Shekalim 


26 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


3 






28 


T 




1 


Mar. 




14 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


10 




Vead 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


3 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 5k 


16 










Sabbath at 6^ 


4 


, 




21 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


17 






2 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


5 






28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


24 






9 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


12 
















NOTES. 




Sept. 6, M. New Moon, A. 6A. 3m. 10#. 


0, Golden Number 


Dec. 6, S. Verse to be changed, Tebet 1. 


28, Epact. 
B Dominical Letters. 


^th year of the 297 Cycle. 








Year consists of 385 d( 


lys. 






Ji 


Lprill 


7, Easter Sunday. 







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61 













1870 












1871 


Tisri 


1 ? 


MT 


New Year 


26 27 


Sept. ; Adar 


18 


Sa 


KiTisa Para 


11 


Mar. 




3 


W 


FastofGuedaJiah 


28 


j 


25 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud€ 








5 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


30 








Ahodes 


18 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


1 


Oct. IjNis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


23 






10 


W 


Kipur 


5 




2 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


24 






13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


8 




3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


25 






15 16 


MT 


Tabernacle 


10 11 




10 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


1 


April 




19 


P 


Sabbath at 4^ 


14 




15 16 


ThF 


Passover 


6 






21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


16 








Sabbath at ^ 


7 






22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


17 18 




24 


Sa 


Shemini 


15 






27 


Sa 


Berosheet 


22 


jYiar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon 


21 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


25 26 








Tatzriang Metsorang 


22 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


28 




7 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


28 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


29 




8 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


29 






7 


T 




1 


Not. 


10 


M 




1 


May 




11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


5 




14 


F 


Second Passover 


5 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


12 




15 


Sa 


Emor 


6 






24 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


18 




18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


9 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


19 




22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


13 




Kis. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


24 25 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


20 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


26 




Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


21 






7 


Th 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


26 27 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^* 


3 






12 


Th 




1 


June 




16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


10 






14 


Sa 


Naso 


3 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


17 






21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


10 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


IQ ' 




Tarn. 


28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


17 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


New Moon 


24 25 




30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


19 20 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


31 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


24 






8 


S 


18T1 


1 


Jan. 




12 


Sa 


Hukat Balak 


1 


July 




10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 'S 


3 






17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


6 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


7 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr€ 


8 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


13 






26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgn 






• • L 


21\ 

§8 


Sa^ 


Shemot 


14 










;5 




^r 


Sa 


Vaera 


21 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


19 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


23 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


22 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


28 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


27 






10 


W 




1 


Feb. 




11 


Sa 




29 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4 J 


3 






14 


T 




1 


Aug. 




13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


4 






15 


W 


Tubeab 


2 






15 


M 


Laylanot 


6 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


5 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


11 






25 


Sa 


Reh6 


12 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


17 


toui 


30 1 


Th F 


New Moon 


17 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


18 








Sabbath at ^\ 


18 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


21 22 


5 


2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


19 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


25 




9 


Sa 


Ki Tets6 


26 






8 


W 




1 


Mar. 


15 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


1 


Sept. 




10 


F 


Sabbath at 5i 


3 




16 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


2. 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


4 




23 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


9 






13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


6 




29 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


15 






14 15 


TW 


Purim 


7 














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fspr^ 


^t.^^ •^^^^r^B^W*^ 










^ ^ NOTES. 








Sep. 25, S. New Moon, A. 2A. 35m. 53i«. 




10, Golden Number. 




Dec. 4, S.Versctobechanged, Kis. 10. 




9, Epact. 




7th year of the 297 Cycle. 




A Dominical Letter. 




Year consists of S55 days. 


Api 


•il 9, Easter Sunday. 





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1872 


Tisri 


1 2 


SaS 


New Year 


16 17 


Sept. 


Vead 


12 


F 


Sabbath at 6 22 


Mar. 




3 


M 


FastofGuedaliah 


18 






13 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


23 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


23 






14 16 


SM 


Purim 


24 26 






10 


M 


Kipnr 


26 






20 


Sa 


Tsav Para 


30 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 6i 


29 






22 


M 




1 


April 




15 


Sa 


Tabernacle 


30 






26 


F 


Sabbath' at*6i* 


6 






16 


S 




1 


Oct. i 




27 


Sa 


Shemini Abodes 


6 






21 


F 


Hosana Raba 


6 




Nis. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


9 






22^3 


SaS 


Feast of the 8th day 


7 8 






6 


Sa 


Tatzriang 


13 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


13 






12 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


20 






29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


14 






16 16 


TW 


Passover 


23 24 




Hes. 


80 1 


SM 


New Moon 


16 16 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


26 






6 


Sa 


Noah 


21 






23 


W 




1 


May 




12 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


27 




Yiar. 


^6 


Sa 


AJiaremot 


4 






13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


28 




30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


8 9 




' 


17 


W 




1 


Nov. 




3 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


11 






20 


Sa 


Vayera 


4 






10 


Sa 


Emor 


18 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


11 






14 


W 


Second Passover 


22 




Ris. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


14 






17 


Sa 


Behar 


25 






4 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


17 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


26 






5 


Sa 


Toledot 


18 






24 


Sa 


Behukotai 


1 


June 




12 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


26 




Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


7 






18 


F 




1 


Dec. 




2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


8 






19 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


2 






6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


12 13 






26 


F 


Hanuca 


8 






9 


Sa 


Naso 


15 






26 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


9 






16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


22 




Tebet 


1 


W 


New Moon 


13 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


29 






4 


Sa 


Mikets 


16 






26 


M 




1 


July 




10 


F 


Fast of Tebet 


22 




Tarn. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


6 7 






11 


Sa 


Vaigash 


23 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


13 






18 


Sa 


Vaihi 


30 






14 


Sa 


Balak 


20 






20 


M 


. . . . B 187? 


I 


Jan. 




17 


T 


FastofTamuz 


23 






25 


Sa 


Shemot 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


27 




Sebat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


11 






26 


Th 





1 


Aug. 




2 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


12 






28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 








3 


Sa. 


Vaera 


13 










3 






10 


Sa 


Bo 


20 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


6 






15 


Th 


Laylanot 


26 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


10 






17 


Sa 


Beshalach 


27 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


13 






22 


Th 




1 


Feb. 




13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


17 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 4^' 


2 






16 


M 


Tubeab 


19 






24 


Sa 


Itro 


3 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 6]^ 


23 




Adar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon Mishpatim 


9 10 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


24 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


16 






27 


Sa 


Reh6 


31 






8 


Sa 


Teruma 


17 






28 


S 




1 


Sept. 




14 


F 


Little Purim 


23 




Elnl 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


3 4 






16 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


24 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


6 






21 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


1 


Mar. 




4 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tets€ 


7 






22 


Sa 


KiTisa 


2 






11 


Sa 


14 






29 


Sa 


Vayakel Shekalim 


9 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 6j^ 


20 




Vead 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


10 11 


■ 




18 


Sa 


KiTabo 


21 






6 


Sa 


Pekud6 


16 






26 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


28 






11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


21 






28 


T 




1 


Oct. 








NOTES. 


^ 




Sept. 1 


4, Th. 


New Moon, A. IIA. 24m. 3 


134*. 


11, Golden Number. 




Dec. 


6, T. 


Verse to be changed, Kis. S 
8th year of 297 Cycle. 
Year consists of 383 days. 


22. 


20, Epact. 
G F Dominical Letter. 
Mar. 31, Easter Sunday. 





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Sebat 



Adar 



I 2 


Th F 


3 


Sa 


4 


S 


10 


Sa 


1616 


Th F 


21 


W 


22 23 


ThF 


24 


Sa 


30 


F 


1 


Sa 


8 


Sa 


14 


F 


15 


Sa 


22 


Sa 


29 


Sa 


1 


S 


7 


Sa 


14 


Sa 


21 


Sa 


25 


W 


28 


Sa 


30 1 


MT 


2 


W 


5 


Sa 


10 


Th 


U 


F 


12^. 


Sa 


19 


Sa 


26 


Sa 


1 


W 


3 


F 


4 


Sa 


11 


Sa 


15 


W 


17 


F 


18 


Sa 


25 


Sa 


30 1 


ThF 


2 


Sa 


8 


F 


9 


Sa 


13 


W 


1415 


ThF 


16 


Sa 


22 


F 


23 


Sa 



New Year 

Sabbath at 5 
Aazinu 

Fast of Guedaliah 
Kipur 
Tabernacle 

Sabbath at 4| 
Hosana Raba 
Feast of the 8th day 
Beresheet 
Sabbath at 4 

Moon 
Lech Lecha 
Sabbath at 3| 
Vayera 
Haye Sarah 
Toledot 
New Moon 
Vayets^ 
Vaishlach 
Vayesheb 
Hanuca 
Mikets 
New Moon 



New 
Noah 



1873 



Vaigash 

Fast of Tebet 

Sabbath at 4 

Vaihi 

Shemot 

Vaera 

New Moon 

Sabbath at 4^ 

Bo 

Beshalach 

Laylanot 

Sabbath at 5 

Itro i 

Mishpatun Shekalim 

New Moon 

Tenima 

Sabbath at 5^ 

Tetsav^ Zachor 

Fast of Esther 

Purim 

KiTisa 

Sabbath at 6 

Vayakel Pekud^ 

Para 22 



3 

4 

5 

6 
12 
17 

18 
23 
24 26 
26 

1 
2 

9 
15 
16 
23 
30 

1 

7 
14 
21 
26 
28 
30 31 

1 

4 

9 
10 
11 
18 
25 
29 
31 

1 

8 
12 
14 
15 
22 
27 28 

1 

7 

8 
12 

1314 
15 
21 



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Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan. 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Nis. 


1 


Sa 




4 


T 




8 


Sa 




14 


F 




15 16 


SaS 




28 


F 




29 


Sa 


Yiar 


30 1 


SM 




4 


Th 




6 


Sa 




13 


Sa 




14 


S 




18 


Th 




20 


Sa 




27 


Sa 


Sivan 


1 


T 




5 


Sa 




6 7 


SM 




12 


Sa 




19 


Sa 




26 


Sa 


Tam. 


30 1 


WTh 




3 


Sa 




6 


T 




10 


Sa 




17 


Sa 




18 


S 




24 


Sa 


Ab 


1 


F 




2 


Sa 




8 


F 




9 


Sa 




10 


S 




15 


F 




16 


Sa 




23 


Sa 


<i 


29 


F 


jElul 


30 1 


SaS 




7 


Sa 




9 


M 




13 


F 




14 


Sa 




21 


Sa 




27 


F 




28 


Sa 



New Moon 

Vaikra Abodes 

Tsav Agadol 

Sabbath at 6^ 
Passover 
Sabbath at 7 
Shemini 
New Moon 

Tatzriang Metsorang 

Aharemot Kedoshim 

Second Passover 

33 of the Homer 

Emor 

Behar Behukotai 

New Moon 

Bamidbar 

Sebuot 

Naso 



Shelach Lecha 
New Moon 
Korah 

Hukat • * • * 

Balak 

Fast of Tamuz 

Pinehas * Dibr^ 

New Moon 

Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 

Debarim Echa 

Fast of Ab 

Tubeab 

Vaethanan Nahamu 

Hekeb 

Sabbath at 6^ 

Reh6 New Moon 

Shophetim 

Sabbath at 6 
Ki Tet86 
KiTabo 
Sabbath at 5} 
Netsabim 



29 

1 

5 

U 

12 

25 

26 

27 

1 

3 

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11 

15 

17 

24 

27 

31 

1 

7 

14 

•21 

25 

18 

1 

5 

12 
13 
19 
25 



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Mar. 
April 



26 



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June 



July 



Aug. 



Sept. 



NOTES. 



Oct. 2, W. New Moon, A. 8A. 57m. I6f «. 
Dec. 4, W. Verse to be changed, Kis. 4. 

9th year of the 297 Cycle. 

Year consists of 354 days. 



12, Golden Number. 
1, Epact. 

E Dominical Letter. 
April 13, Easter Sunday. 



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54 



5634. 















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1874 




Tisri 


1 2 


M T 


New Year 


22 23 


Sept. 


Adar 


18 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


7 


Mar. 






3 


W 


FastofGuedaliah 


24 




25 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 










6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


27 










Abodes 


14 








10 


W 


Kipur 


1 


Oct. 


Nis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


19 








12 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


3 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


20 








13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


4 






3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


21 








15 16 


M T 


Tabernacle 


6 7 






10 


!? 


Tsav Agadol 


28 








21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


21 






14 




1 


April 






22 23 


M T 


Feast of the 8th day 


13 14 






15 16 


Th F 


Passover 


2 3 








26 


F 


Sabbath at 4j| 


17 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


10 








27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


18 




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24* 


Sa 


Shemini 


11 






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30 1 
4 


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Sa 


New Moon 
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2122 
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30 1 


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New Moon 
Tatzriang Metsorang 


17 

18 








10 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


31 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


24 








11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


1 


Nov. 




8 


Sa 




26 








18 


Sa 


Vayera 


8 






14 


F 


Second Passover 


1 








24 


F 


Sabbath at 8} 


14 






15 


Sa 


Emor 


2 


May 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


15 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


5 


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Ki8. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


20 21 






22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


9 








2 


Sa 


Toledot 


22 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


16 








9 


Sa 


Vayets6 


29 




Sivaii 


1 


S 


New Moon 


17 








11 


M 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


22 23 








16 


Sa 


visWach • • • * 


6 






14 


Sa 


Naso 


30 








23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


13 






16 


M 


• ••••.. 


1 








26 


M 


Hanuca 


15 






21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


6 


June 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


^« 






28 


Sa 


Shelach T^ha 


13 








7 


Sa 


Vaigash 




Tarn. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


15 16 








10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


80 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


20 








12 


Th 


1874 


1 


Jan. 




12 


Sa 


Hukat Balak 


27 








14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


3 






16 


W 




1 








20 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


9 






17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


2 


July 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


10 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


4 








28 


Sa 


Vaera 


17 






26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 








Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


19 










11 








6 


Sa 


Bo 


24 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


15 








12 


F 


Sabbath at 4| 


30 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


18 








13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


31 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


23 








14 


S 




1 


Feb. 




11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


26 








15 


M 


Laylanot 


2 






15 


W 


Tubeab 


29 








20 


Sa 


Itro 


7 






18 


Sa 


Hekeh 


1 


Aug. 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


13 






25 


Sa 


Reh^ 


8 








27 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


14 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


10 11 






Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


17 18 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


15 








4 


Sa 


Teruma 


21 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 6i 


21 








11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


28 






9 


Sa 


Ki Tets6 


22 








12 


S 




1 


Mar. 




16 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


29 








13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


2 






19 


T 




1 


Sept. 






14 15 


TW 


Purim 


3 4 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


4 








17 


F 


Sabbath at 5| 


6 






23 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


6 




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3 


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Fastof Guedaliah 


14 


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12 


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Sabbath at 6 


19 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


18 




13 


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Vaikra Zachor 


20 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


19 




14 15 


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Purim 


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Kipur 


21 




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27 






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1 


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6 










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2 


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4 


P 


Sabbath at 6^ 


9 






22 23 


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3 4 




5 


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Tatzriang 


10 






29 


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Beresheet 


10 * 




12 


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Metsorang Agadol 


17 




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11 12 




15 16 


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20 21 






5 


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Sabbath at 4^ 


16 






25 


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Sabbath at 7 


30 






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17 






26 


Sa 


Aharemot 


1 


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13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


24 




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30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


5 6 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


30 






3 


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Kedoshim 


8 






20 


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Vayera 


31 






10 


Sa 


Emor 


15 






21 


S 




1 


Nov. 




14 


W 


Second Passover 


19 






27 


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Haye Sarah 


7 






17 


Sa 


Behar 


22 




Kis. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


10 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


23 






5 


Sa 


Toledot 


14 






24 


Sa 


Behukotai 


29 






11 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


20 






27 


T 




1 


June 




12 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


21 




Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


4 






19 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


28 






2 


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Bamidbar 


5 






22 


T 




1 


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6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


9 10 






25 


F 


Hanuca 


4 






9 


Sa 


Naso 


12 






26 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


5 






16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


19 




Tebet 


1 


W 


New Moon 


9 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


26 






4 


Sa 


Mikets 


21 






28 


Th 





1 


July 




10 


F 


Fast of Tebet 


18 




bam. 


30 1 


SaS 


New Moon Korah 


3 4 






11 


Sa 


Vaigash 
Vaihi 


19 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


10 






18 


Sa 


26 






14 


Sa 


Balak 


17 






24 


F 


1875 


1 - 


Jan. 




17 


T 


Fast of Tamuz 


20 






25 


Sa 


Shemot 


2 




21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


24 




Sebat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


7 


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28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 








3 


Sa 


Vaera 


9 










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31 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


15 






29 


S 




1 


Aug. 




10 


Sa 


Bo 


16 




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1 


M 


New'Moon 


2 






15 


Th 


Laylanot 


21 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


7 






17 


Sa 


Beshalach 


23 






9 


T 


Fastof Ab 


10 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 4j^ 


29 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


14 






24 


Sa 


Itro 


30 






15 


M 


Tubeab 


16 






26 


M 




1 


Feb. 




19 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


20 




Adar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon Mishpatini 


5 6 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


21 






8 


Sa 


Teruma 


13 






27 


Sa 


Reh^ 


^8 






14 


F 


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Elul 


30 


T 


New 


31 










Sabbath at 5 


19 






1 


W 


Moon 


1 


Sept. 




15 


Sa 


Teteav^ 


20 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


3 






22 


Sa 


KiTisa 


27 






4 


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Shophetim 
Ki Tets6 


4 






24 


M 




1 


Mar. 




11 


Sa 


11 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 5J 
Vayakel Shekalim 


5 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 61 


17 






20 


Sa 


6 




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18 


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EUTabo 


18 




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30 1 


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New Moon 


7 8 




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Netsabim Vayelech 


25 






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Sept. 11 


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^'ew Moon, A.2A. 34m. 36i«. 


14 Golden Number- 




Dec. 4 


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k^erse to be changed, Kislev 25. 
1th year of 297 Cycle. 


23 Epact. 






1 


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Mar. 28, Easter Sunday. 





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Vayakel Paw 


18 


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Tisri 


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New Year 


30 


Sept. 




28 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


24 












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1 


Oct. 




29 


Sa 


Pekud^ Abodes 


25 








3 


Sa 


Aazinu 


2 




Nis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


26 








4 


S 


Fast of Guedaliah 


3 






7 


Sa 


Vaikra 


1 


April 






10 


Sa 


Kipur 


9 






13 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


7 








15 16 


Th F 


Tabernacle 
Sabbath at 4^ 


14 
15 






14 
15 16 


Sa 

SM 


Tsav Agadol 
Passover 


8 
9 10 








21 


W 


Hosana Raba 


20 






28 


Sa 


Shemini 


22 








22 23 


ThF 


Feast of the 8th day 


2122 




Yiar 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


24 26 








24 


Sa 


Beresheet 


23 






4 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


28 






HeB. 


30 


F 


Sabbath at 4 New 


29 






5 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


29 








1 


Sa 


Moon Noah 


30 






7 


M 


• •••••• 


1 


May 






3 


M 




1 


Nov. 




12 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


6 








8 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


6 






14 


M 


Second Passover 


8 








16 


Sa 


Vayera 


13 






18 


F 


33 of the Homer 


12 








21 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


19 






19 


Sa 


E^or 


13 








22 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


20 






26 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


20 








29 


Sa 


Toledot 


27 




Sivan 


1 


W 


New Moon 


24 






Kis. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


28 29 






4 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


27 








3 


W 




1 


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6 7 


MT 


Sebuot 


29 30 








6 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


4 






9 


Th 




1 


June 






13 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


11 






11 


Sa 


Nkso 


3 








20 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


18 






18 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


10 








26 


Th 


Hanuca 


23 






25 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


17 








27 


Sa 


Mikets 


25 




Tam. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


22 23 






Tebet 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


28 29 






2 


Sa 


Korah 


24 








4 


Sa 


Vaigash B 1876 


1 


Jan. 




9 


Sa 


Hukat 


1 


July 






10 


F 


Fast of Tebet 


7 






16 


Sa 


Balak 


8 








11 


Sa 


Vaihi 


8 






17 


S 


FastofTamuz 


9 








17 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


14 






23 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


16 








18 


Sa 


Shemot 


16 




Ab 


1 


Sa 


New Moon Matot 










26 


Sa 


Vaera 


22 










Mazg^ Shimgu 


22 




i 


l^bat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


27 






8 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


29 




' 




2 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


28 






9 


S 


Fast of Ab 


30 








3 


Sa 


Bo 


29 






11 


T 


• •.•••• 


1 


Aug. 


' 




6 


T 




1 


Feb. 




15 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 










10 


Sa 


Beshalach 


6 










Tubeab 


6 








15 


Th 


Laylanot 


10 






22 


Sa 


Hekeb 


12 








17 


Sa 


Itro 


12 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


18 








23 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


18 






29 


Sa 


Reh^ 


19 








24 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


19 




Elnl 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


20 21 






Adar 


30 


F 


^f ew Moon 


26 






6 


Sa 


Shophetim 


26 








1 


Sa 


Fenima Shekalim 


26 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


1 


Sept. 






5 


W ' 




1 


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13 


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2 








7 


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3 






20 


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9 




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8 


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Tetsav^ Zachor 


4 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


16 








13 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


9 






27 


Sa 


Netsabim 


16 








14 16 


FSa 


Purim Ki Tisa 


10 11 



















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Sept. 30, Th. New Moon, A. OA. 7m. 20«. 
Dec. 6, S. Verse to be changed, Kis. 7. 

12th year of 297 Cycle. 

Year consists of 365 days. 



1 5 Golden Number. 
4 Epact. 
B A Dominical Letters. 
April 16, Easter Sunday. 



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2 


Mar. 




3 


Th 


FastofGuedaUah 


21 






18 


Sa 


KiTisa Para 


3 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


23 






25 




Vayakel Pekud^ 








10 


Th 


Kipur 


28 








Sa 


Abodes 


10 






11 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


29 




Nis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


15 






12 


Sa 


Aazinu 


30 






3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


17 






13 


S 




1 


Oct. 




9 


P 


Sabbath at 6 


23 






15 16 


TW 


Tabernacle 


3 4 






10 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


24 






21 


M 


Hosana Raba 


9 






15 16 


ThF 


Passover 


29 30 






22 23 


TW 


Feast of the 8th day 


10 11 






18 


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1 


April 




25 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


13 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 6i 


6 






26 


Sa 


Beresheet 


14 






24 


Sa 


Shemini 


7 




Hes. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


18 19 




Yiar 


30 


F 


New Moon 


13 






3 


Sa 


Noah 


21 






1 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


14 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


27 






8 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


21 






10 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


28 






14 


F 


Second Passover 








14 


W 




1 


Nov. 








Sabbath at 7 


27 






17 


Sa 


Vkyera 


4 






15 


Sa 


Emor 


28 






24 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


11 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


1 


May 


Kis. 


1 


F 


New Moon 








22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


5 










Sabbath at 3^ 


17 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


12 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


18 




Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


13 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


25 






6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


18 19 






16 


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1 


Dec. 




14 


Sa 


Naso 


26 






16 


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Viishlach • • • • 


2 






20 


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1 


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23 


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Vayesheb 


9 






21 


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Beangalotecha 


2 






25 


M 


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U 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


9 




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30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


16 17 




Tam. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


11 12 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


23 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


16 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


26 






12 


Sa 


Hiikat Balak , 


23 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


30 






17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


28 






16 


M 


1877 


1 


Jan. 




19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


30 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


6 






20 


S 




1 


July 




27 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


12 






26 


Sa 


Matot * Mazg^' 








28 


Sa 


Vaera 


13 










Shimgu 


7 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


15 




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1 


W 


New Moon 


U 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


20 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


14 






13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


27 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


19 






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M 


Laylanot 


29 






11 


Sa 


Vaetbanan Nahamu 


21 






18 


Th 




1 


Feb. 




15 


W 


Tubeab 


25 






19 


F 


Sibbathat4i 


2 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


28 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


3 






22 


W 




1 


Aug. 




27 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


10 






25 


Sa 


Rehi 


4 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


13 14 




Elul 


30 1 


Th F 


New Moon 


9 10 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


16 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tets6 


11 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


17 






9 


Sa 


18 


' 




11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


24 






15 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


24 






13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


26 






16 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


25 






14 15 


TW 


Purim 


27 28 






23 


Sa 


Netsabim Vayelech 


1 






16 


Th 




1 


Mar. 




29 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


7 


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.. 18, M. New Moon, A. 8A.56m. 0#. 


] 


16 Golden Number. 




Dec 


. 4, M. Vers© to be changed, Kis. 18. 
13th year of the 297 Cycle. 


] 


[5 Epact. 

S Dominical Letter. 






Year consists of 354 days. i 


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1878 


Tisri 


1 2 


SaS 


New Year 


8 9 


Sept. 


Vead 


13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


18 


Mar. 




3 


M 


FastofGuedaliah 


10 






14 15 


TW 


Purim 


19 20 






8 


Sa 




15 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


22 






10 


M 


Kipur 


17 






18 


Sa 


Tsav Para 


23 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 5i 


21 






25 


Sa 


Shemini Abodes 


30 






15 16 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


22 23 






27 


M 




1 


April 




21 


F 


Hosana Raba 


28 




Nis. 


1 


Th 


NewMocm 


4 






22 23 


SaS 


Feast of the 8th day 


29 30 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


5 






24 


M 




1 


Oct. 




3 


Sa 


Tatzriang 









28 


F 


Sabbath at*4 J 


5 






10 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


13 






29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


6 






15 16 


ThF 


Passorer 


18 19 




Hes. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


7 8 






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F 


Sabbath at 7 


26 






6 


Sa 


Noah 


13 






24 


Sa 


Aharemot 


27 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4]^ 


19 






28 


W 




1 


May 




13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


20 




Yiar. 


SO 1 


FSa 


New Moon Kedoshhn 


3 4 






20 


Sa 


Vayera 


27 






8 


Sa 


Enior 


11 






25 


Th 




1 


Not. 




14 


F 


Second Passoyer 


17 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 4* 


2 






15 


Sa 


Behar 


18 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


3 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


21 




Kis. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


6 7 






22 


Sa 


Behnkotai 


25 






4 


Sa 


Toledot 


10 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


1 


June 




10 


F 


Sabbath at 3} 


16 




Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


'2 






11 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


17 






6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


7 8 






18 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


24 






14 


Sa 


NaBo 


15 






25 


Sa 


Vayesheb Hanuca 


1 


Dec. 




21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


22 




Tebet 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


6 7 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


29 






2 


Sa 


Mikets 


8 




Tarn. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


1 2 


July 




9 


Sa 


Vuigash 


15 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


6 






10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 


16 






12 


Sa 


Hnkat Balak 


13 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


22 






17 


Th 


FastofTamuz 


18 






23 


Sa 


Shemot 


29 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


20 






26 


T 


1878 


1 


Jan. 




26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 






Sebat 


1 


Sa 


New Moon Vaera 


6 










27 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


11 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


31 






8 


Sa 


Bo 


12 






2 


Th 




1 


Aug. 




15 


Sa 


Beshalach Laylanot 


19 






4 


Sa 


Debarim * ' Echa 


3 






22 


Sa 


Itro 


26 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


8 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


1 


Feb. 




11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


10 






29 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


2 






15 


W 


Tubeab 


14 




Adar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


3 4 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 6i 


16 






6 


Sa 


Teruma 


9 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


17 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


15 






25 


Sa 


Reh6 


24 






13 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


16 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


29 30 






14 


S 


Little Purim 


17 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


31 






20 


Sa 


KiTisa 


23 






3 


S 




1 


Sept. 




26 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 
Vayakel Shekalim 


1 


Mar. h 


8 


P 


Sabbath at 6* 


6 






27 


Sa 


2 




9 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


7 




Vead 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


5 6 




16 


Sa 


KiTabo 


14 






4 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


9 




22 


F 


Sabbath at 5i 
Netsabim Vayelech 


20 






11 


Sa 


Vaikra Zai^hor 


16 


\\ 


23 


Sa 


21 






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Sept. 1 


\ Sa. New Moon, M. 5A. 44m. 40«. 


17, Golden Number. 




Dec. t 


1, T. Verse to be changed, Kis. 28. 
14th year of 297 Cycle. 


26, Epact. 
F Dominical Letter. 










Year consists of 385 days. 


April 21, Easter Sunday. 





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New Year 


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1 


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New Moon 


25 


Mar. 




3 


M 


FastofGaedaliah 


30 




5 


Sa 


Vaikra 


29 






4 


T 




1 


Oct. \ 


8 


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I 


April 




7 


F 


Sibhiith at*5 * 


4 






12 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


5 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


5 






15 16 


TW 


Passover 


8 9 






10 


M 


Kipur 


7 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 6) 


11 






15 16 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


12 13 






26 


Sa 


Shemini 


19 






21 


F 


HosanaRaba 






Yiar 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


23 24 










Sabbath at 4i 
Feast of the 8th day 


18 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


25 






22 23 


SaS 


19 20 






3 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


26 






29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


26 






8 


Th 




1 


May 


Hes. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


27 28 






10 


Sa 


Aharemot 








5 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


1 


Nov. 








Kedoshim 


3 






6 


Sa 


Noah 


2 






14 


W 


Second Padsover 


7 






13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


9 






17 


Sa 


Emor 


10 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 3) 


15 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


11 






20 


Sa 


Vayeia 


16 






24 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


17 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


23 




Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


23 




Kis. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


26 27 






2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


24 






4 


Sa 


Toledot 


30 






6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


28 29 






5 


S 




1 


Dec. 




9 


Sa 


Naso 


31 






11 


Sa 


Vkyets6 


7 






10 


S 




1 


June 




18 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


14 






16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


7 




' 


25 


Sa 


Vayesheb Hanuca 


21 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


14 




Tebet 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


26 27 




Tarn. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


21 22 






2 


Sa 


Mikets 


28 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


28 






6 


W 


1879 


i 


Jan. 




10 


T 




1 


July 




9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


4 






14 


Sa 


B'alak 


5 






10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 


5 






17 


T 


Fast of Tamuz 


8 






15 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


10 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


12 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


11 






28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 








23 


Sa 


Shemot 


18 










Shimgu 


19 




Sebat 


1 


Sa 


Vaera New Moon 


25 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


21 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


31 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


26 






8 


Sa 


Bo 


1 


Feb. 




9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


29 






15 


Sa 


Beshalach Laylanot 


8 






12 


F 





1 


Aug. 




21 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


14 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan 








22 


Sa 


Itro 


15 










Nahamu 


2 






29 


Sa 


Mishpatim 








15 


M 


Tubeab i 


4 










Shekalim 


22 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


9 




Adar 


3 1 


SM 


New Moon 


23 24 






27 


Sa 


Reh^ 


16 






6 


Sa 


Teruma 


1 


Mar. 


Elul 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


19 20 






11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


6 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


22 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5j^ 


7 






4 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tets^ 


23 






13 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


8 






11 


Sa 


30 






14 15 


SM 


Purim 


9 10 






13 


M 




1 


Sept. 




20 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


15 


' 




17 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


5 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


21 






18 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


6 






27 


Sa 


Vayakel Pckud6 








25 


Sa 


Netsabim 












Abodes 


22 










Vayelecb 


13 






NOTES. 




1 Sep. 27, 


F. New Moon, A. 3A. 17m. 23if. 


18, Golden Number. 


D^. 4, 


W. Veree to be changed, Kis. 8. ^ 
IStb year of the 297 Cycle^^ ^ 


7,Epact. 




£ Dominical Letter. 




Year consists of 355 days. 


April 13, Easter Sunday. 









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19 






23 


Sa 








3 


Sa 


Aazinu 


20 










. Para 


6 






4 


S 


FastofGuedaliah 


21 




Nisan 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 








10 


Sa 


Kipur 


27 










Vaikra AJiodes 


13 






14 


W 




1 


Oct. 




7 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


19 






15 16 


ThF 


Tabernacle 


2 






8 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


20 










Sabbath at 5 


3 






15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


27 28 






21 


W 




8 






20 


Th 




1 


April 




22 23 


ThF 


Feast of the 8th day 


9 10 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ ' * 


9 






24 


Sa 


Beresheet 


11 






29 


Sa 


Shemini 


10 




Hes. 


30 1 


FSa 


Sabbath at ^ New 


17 




Yiar 


30 1 


S M 


New Moon 


11 12 










Moon Noah 


18 






6 


Sa 


Tatznang Metsorang 


17 






8 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


25 






13 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


24 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


31 






14 


S 


Second Passover 


25 






15 


Sa 


Vayera 


1 


Nov. 




18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


29 






22 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


8 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


30 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


14 






20 


Sa 


Emor 


1 


May 




29 


Sa 


Toledot 


15 






27 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


8 




Kis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


16 




Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


11 






7 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


22 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


15 






14 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


29 






6 7 


S M 


Sebuot 


16 17 






16 


M 




1 


Dec. 




12 


Sa 


Naso 


22 






21 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


6 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


29 






25 


W 


Hanuca 


10 






22 


T 




1 


June 




28 


Sa 


Mikets 


13 






26 


Sa 


skelach Lecha ' 


5 




Teb. 


30 1 


M T 


New Moon 


15 16 




Tam. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


9 10 






5 


Sa 


Vaigash 


20 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


12 






10 


Th 


FastofTebet 


25 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


19 






12 


Sa 


Vaihi 


27 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


26 






17 


Th 


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1 


Jan. 




18 


S 


FastofTamuz 


27 






19 


Sa 


Shemot 


3 






22 


Th 




1 


July 




25 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


9 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


3 






26 


Sa 


Vaera 


10 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


9 




Sebat 


1 


W 


New Moon 


14 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 








4 


Sa 


Bo 


17 










Shimgu 


10 






a 


Sa 




24 






9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


17 






15 


W 


Laylanot 


28 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


18 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


30 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


23 






18 


Sa 


Itro 


31 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


24 






19 


S 


«.••«.. 


1 


Feb. 




23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


31 






25 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


7 






24 


S 




1 


Aug. 


Adar 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


12 




Elnl 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^ ' New Moon 


7 8 










Sabbath at 5 


13 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


14 






2 


Sa 


Temma 


14 






13 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


20 






9 


Sa 


Tetsav6 Zachor 


21 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


21 






13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


25 






21 


Sa 


Ki Tabo 


28 






14 15 


ThF 


Purim 


26 27 






25 


W 




1 


Sept. 




16 


Sa 


KiTisa 


28 






27 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


3 






18 


M 




1 


Mar. 




28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


4 






NOTES. 






Sep. 16, 


T. New Moon, A. Oh. 6m. 3^*. 


19, Golden Number. 




Dec. 6j 


F. Verso to be changed, Kis. 20. 


18, Epact. 






16th year of 297 Cycle. 


D C Dominical Letter. 








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Fast of Guedaliah 

Vayelech 

Kipup 

Sabbath at 6^ 

Aazinu 

Tabernacle 

Hosana Raba 

Feast of the 8th day 

Sabbath at 5 

Beresheet 

New Moon 

Noah 

Sabbath at 4^ 

Lech Lecha 

Vayera 

Sabbath at 4 

Haye Sarah 

New Moon 

Toledot 

Sabbath at ^ 

Vayets^ 

Vaishlach 

Vayesheb 

Hanuca 

New Moon 

Mikets 

Vaigash 

Fast of Tebet 

Vaihi 

Shemot 

Vaera New Moon 

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Bo 

Sabbath at 4 
Beshalach Laylanot 
Itro 

Sabbath at 4^ 
Mishpatim 
New Moon 

Teruma 

Tetsav^ 

Little Purim 

Sabbath at 5 

Ki Tisa 

Vayakel Shekalim 

New Moon 

Sabbath at 5^ 

Pekud^ 

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18 


Sa 


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Th 


2 


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9 


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15 16 


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30 


F 


1 


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15 


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18 


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22 


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29 


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14 


Sa 


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28 


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17 


Th 


19 


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2 


Sa 


7 


Th 


8 


F 


9 


Sa 


16 


Sa 


22 


F 


23 


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Fast of Esther 

Purim 

Sabbath at 6 

Psav Para 

Shemini Abodes 

New Moon 

Tatzriang 
Sabbath at 6^ 
Metsorang Agadol 
Passover 
Aharemot 

Sabbath at 7 New 
Moon.. K fd o fthiyn 

Emor 

Second Passover 

Behar 

33 of the Homer 

Behukotai 

Bamidbar 

New Moon 

Sebnot * ' * * 
Naso 

Beangalotecha 
Shelach Lecha 
New Moon 

Korah 

Hiikat Balak 
Fast of Tamuz 
Pinehas Dib0^ 

Matot Mazg^ 

Shiingu 
New Moon 
Debarim Echa 

FastofAb 

Vaethanan Nahamu 

Tubeab 

Hekeb 

Sabbath at 6j^ 

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New Moon 

Shophetim 

Sabbath at 6 
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, 43i». 
, S. Verse to be changed,^ebet 3. 
17th year of the 297 Cycle. 
Year consists of 383 days. 



1, Golden Number. 
29, Epact. 
B Dominical Letters. 
April 17, Easter Sunday. 



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27 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 
Abodes 


18 


Mar. 




7 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


30 




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1 


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New Moon 


21 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


1 


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4 


F 


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24 






10 


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Tabernacle 


3 






5 


Sa 


Vaikra 


25 






1516 


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8 9 






12 


Sa 


Tsay Agadol 


1 


April 




21 


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15 16 


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4 6 










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14 






18 


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22 23 


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26 


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15 




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20 


Sa 


Beresheet 


22 




Yiar 


30 1 


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New Moon 


19 20 




Hes. 


30 1 


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New Moon 


23 24 






3 


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Tatzriang Metsorang 


22 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


28 






9 


F 


Sabbath at7 


28 






6 


Sa 


Noah 


29 






10 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


29 






9 


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1 


Nov. 




12 


M 




1 


May 




13 


Sa 


LechLecha 


5 






14 


W 


Second Passover 


3 






20 


Sa 


Vayera 


12 






17 


Sa 


Emor 


6 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 8| 


18 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


7 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


19 






24 


Sa 


Behar Behnkotai 


13 




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30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


22 23 




Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


19 






4 


Sa 


Toledot 


26 






2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


20 






9 


Th 




1 


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6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


24 25 




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11 


Sa 


Vkyetsi 
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3 






9 


Sa 


Naso 


27 






18 


Sa 


10 






14 


Th 




1 


June 




25 


Sa 


Vayesheb Hanuca 


17 






16 


Sa 




3 




Tebet 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


22 23 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


10 






2 


Sa 


Mikets 


24 




Tarn. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


17 18 




% 


9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


31 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


24 






10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 1882 


1 


Jan. 




14 


Sa 


Balak 


1 


July 




16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


7 






17 


T 


FastofTamns 


4 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


13 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


8 






23 


Sa 


Shemot 


14 






28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg€ 

Shimgu 






Sebat 


1 


% 


Vaera New Moon 


21 










15 






8 


Si, 


Bo 


28 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


17 






12 


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1 


Feb. 




6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


22 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 4| 
Be^halach Laylanot 


3 









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Fast of Ab 


25 






15 


Sa 


4 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamn 


29 






22 


Sa 


Itro 


11 




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15 


M 


Tubeab 


31 




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28 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


17 






16 


T 




1 


Aug. 




29 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


18 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


5 




Adar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


19 20 






27 


Sa 


Reh6 


12 






6 


Sa 


Teruma 


25 




Elul 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


15 16 




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10 


W 




1 


Mar. 




3 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


18 






11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


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4 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tetsd 


19 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5| 


3 






11 


Sa 


26 






13 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


4 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


1 


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5 6 


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18 


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KiTabo 


2 






20 - 


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9 




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Oct. 2 


), F. New Moon, A. 6A. 27m. 2^. 
1, S. Verse to ^ clumged, Kis. 12. 


2, Gk>lden Number. 


Dec. ^ 


11, Epact. 




18th year of the 297 Cycle. 


A Dominical Letter. 








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April 


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Lech Lecha 
Sabbath at 4 
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Haye Sarah 
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Fast of Tebet 
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Second Passover 

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Naso 

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B^angalotecha 

Shelach Lecha 

Korah 

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Hukat 

Balak 

Pinehas 

FastofTamuz 

Matot Dibr^ 

New Moon 

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Fast of Ab 
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Sept 13, W. New Moon, A. SA. 16m. 6|«. 
Dec. 4, M. YeAe to be changed, Kis. 28. 
I9th year of 297 Cycle. 
Year consists of 383 days. 



3 Golden Number. 
22 Epact. 

6 Dominical Letter. 
Mar. 26 Easter Sunday. 



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3 


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FastofGuedaliah 


4 






3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


29 






4 


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Sabbath at 6 


5 






6 


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1 


April 




6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


6 






10 


Sa 


Tsay Agadol 


5 






10 


Th 


Kipur 


11 






15 16 


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Passover 


10 






12 


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Aazinu 


13 










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11 






15 16 


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Tabernacle 


16 17 






24 


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Shemini 


19 






18 


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Sabbath at 4^ 


19 




Yiar 


30 


F 


Sabbath at 7 New 


25 






21 


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Hosana Raba 


22 










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22 23 


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Feast of the 8th day 


23 24 






1 


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Metsorang 


26 






26 


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Beresheet 


27 






6 


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1 


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Hes. 


30 1 


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New 

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31 

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8 


Sa 


Aharemot 

Kedoshim 


3 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


2 






14 


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Second Passover 


9 






3 


Sa 


Noah 


3 






16 


Sa 


Emor 


10 






10 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


10 






18 


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33 of the Homer 


13 






16 


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Sabbath at 3^ 


16 






22 


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Behar Behukotai 


17 






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17 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


24 






24 


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Haye Sarah 


24 




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1 


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25 




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1 


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30 






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30 31 






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1 


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8 


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1 


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9 


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Vayets6 


8 






14 


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7 






16 


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Vaishlach 


15 






21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


14 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


22 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


21 






26 


M 


Hanuca 


24 




Tarn. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


23 24 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


29 30 






6 


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Korah 


28 






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8 


T 




1 


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7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


5 






12 


Sa 


Huk'atBalak 


5 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


8 






17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


10 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


11 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


12 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


12 






26 


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Matot ]»azg^ 

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21 


Sa 


Shemot 


19 










19 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


26 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


23 




Sebat 


1 


IVI 


New Moon 


28 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


26 






5 


F 


Sabbath at \\ 


1 


Feb. 




9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


31 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


2 






10 


F 




1 


Aug. 




13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


9 






11 


Sa 


Vaethanan 








15 


IVf 


Laylanot 


11 










Nahamu 


2 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


15 






16 


W 


Tubeab 


6 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


16 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


9 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


23 






25 


Sa 


Reh^ 


16 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


26 27 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


21 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


29 










Sabbath at 6i^ 


22 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


1 


Mar. 




2 


Sa 


Shophetim 
Ki Tets^ 


23 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


8 






9 


Sa 


30 






13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


10 






11 


M 




1 


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14 


TW 


Purim 


11 12 






15 


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Sabbath at*6 ' 


5 






18 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


15 






16 


Sa 


KiTabo 


6 






24 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


21 






23 


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Netsabim Vayelech 


13 






25 


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22 


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Oct. J 


\ T. New Moon, M. OA. 48m. 60«. 


4 Golden Number. 


Dec. - 


1, W. Verse to be changed, Kis. 10. 
1st year of 298 Cycle. 


3 Epact. ^ 




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19 20 






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24 






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14 


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8 






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26 


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14 






17 


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Emor 


2 






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15 






18 


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18 19 






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9 






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15 






11 


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29 






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20 21 






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23 






25 


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Vayesheb Hanuca 


13 






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30 




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30 1 


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18 19 




Tarn. 


18 


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2 


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Mikets 


20 




23 


Sa 


Shelich Lecha 


6 






9 


Sa 


Yaigash 


27 




30 1 


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Korah New Moon 


13 14 






10 


S. 


Fast of Tebet 


28 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


20 






14 


Th 


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14 


Sa 


Balak 


27 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


3 






17 


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Fast of Tamuz 


30 






22 


F 


Sabbfttii at 4 


9 






18 


W 




1 


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23 


Sa 


Shemot 


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21 


Sa 


Pineiias * ' Dibr^ 


4 




Sebat 


1 


Sa 


Vaera New Moon 


17 






28 


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Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 








8 


Sa 


Bo 


24 










11 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


30 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


13 






15 


Sa 


Beshalach 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


18 










Laylanot 


31 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


21 






16 


S 




1 


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13 


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22 


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Itro* 


7 


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Nahamu 


25 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


13 


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15 


M 


Tubeab 


27 






29 


Sa 


Mishpatun Shekalim 


14 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


1 


Aug. 


Adar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


15 16 






27 


Sa 


Reh^ 


8 






6 


Sa 


Tenuna 


21 




Elul 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


11 12 






11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


26 






4 


Sa 


Shophetim 


15 






13 


Sa 


Tetsay^ Zai^hor 


28 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


21 






14 16 


SM 


Purim 


1 2 


Mar. 




11 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


22 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 5| 


6 






18 


Sa 


RiTabo 


29 






20 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


7 






21 


T 




1 


Sept. 




27 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 








24 


F 


Sihbathate' 


4 










Abodes 


14 






25 


Sa 


Netsabim Yayelech 


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Sep. ao, 


S. New Moon, M. 9A. 37m. 30«. 


6, Golden Number. 


Dec. 4, 


Th. Verse to be changed, Kis. 16. 


14, Epact. 




2iid year of the 298 Qycle. 


D Dominical Letter. 




Year consists of 366 days. 


April 5, Easter Sunday. 



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Sept. 9, 


W. New Moon, A. 6fc. 26m. 10#. 


6 Golden Number. 




Dec. 4, 


T. Veree to be changed, Kis. 26. 


25 Epact. 






3rd year of 298 Cycle. 


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Sa Shelach Lecha 18 

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Sa Balak 9 

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Sept. 28, T. New Moon, A. 3A. 58m. 53i«. 
Dec. 5y S. Verse to be changed, Kis. 8. 

4th year of 298 Cycle. 

Year consists of 354 days. 






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Dec. 5; M. Verse to be changed, Kis. 19. 

5th year of the 298 Cycle. 

Year consists of 364 days. 



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I, T. Verse to be changed, N. M. Tebet. 


9 Golden Number. 


Dec. 4 


28 Epact. 




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F Dominical Letter. 




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April 21, Easter Sunday. 



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Naso 


31 






25 


W 


Hanuca 


18 






13 


S 




1 


June 




28 


Sa 


Mikets 


21 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


7 




Teb. 


30 1 


M T 


New Moon 


23 24 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


14 






5 


Sa 


Vaigash 


28 




Tarn. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


18 19 






9 


W 


1890 


1 


Jan. 




3 


Sa 


Korah 


21 






10 


Th 


FastofTebet 


2 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


28 






12 


Sa 


Vaihi 


4 






13 


T 




1 


July 




18 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


10 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


5 






19 


Sa 


Shemot 


11 






18 


S 


FastofTamuz 


6 






26 


Sa 


Vaera 


18 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


12 




Sebat 


1 


W 


New Moon 


22 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


18 






4 


Sa 


Bo 


25 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 








10 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


31 










Shimgu 


19 






11 


Sa 


Beshalach 


1 


Feb. 




9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


26 






15 


W 


Laylanot 


5 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


27 






18 


Sa 


Itro 


8 






16 


F 


Tubeab 


1 


Aug. 




24 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


14 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


2 






25 


Sa 


Mishpatim 

Shekalim 


16 




Elul 


23 

30 1 


Sa 
SaS 


Hekeb 

Reh6 New Moon 


9 
16 IT 




A.dar 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


20 21 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


22 






2 


Sa 


Teruma 


22 






7 


Sa 


Ki^Tete^ 


23" 






9 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachoi^ 


1 


Mar. 




14 


Sa 


30 






13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


5 






16 


M 


• . 


1 


Sept. 




14 


ThF 


Purim 


6 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


5 










Sabbath at 6| 


7 






21 


Sa 


KiTabo 


6 






16 


Sa 


KiTisa 


8 






28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


13 






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« 


Sep. 25, 


W. New Moon, M.7A. 8m. 56|«. 


10, Golden Number. 


Dec. 4, 


W. Verse to be changed, Kb. 11. 
7th year of 298 Cycle. 


9j Epact. 

£ Dominical Letter. 




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20 


Mar. 




3 


W 


FastofGuedaliah 


17 




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11 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor|21 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


19 






13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


23 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


20 






14 15 


TW 


Purim 


24 22 






10 


W 


Kipur 


24 






18 


Sa 


Tsav Para 


28 






13 


Sa 




27 






22 


W 




1 


April 




15 16 


MX 


Tabernacle 


29 30 






25 


Sa 


Shemini Abodes 


4 






17 . 


W 




1 


Oct. 


Nis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


9 






19 


F 


Skbbathat5* 


3 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


10 






21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


5 






3 


Sa 


Tatzriang 


11 






22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


6 7 






10 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


18 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


11 






15 16ThF 


Passover 


23 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


U 15 










Sabbath at 7 


24 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


17 






23 


F 




1 


May 




4 


Sa 


Noah 


18 






24 


Sa 


Aharemot 


2 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


25 




Yiar. 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon Kedoshim 


8 9| 1 




17 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


31 






8 


Sa 


Emor 


16 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


1 


Nov. 




14 


F 


Second Passover 


22 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


8 






15 


Sa 


Behar 


23 




Kis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


13 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


26 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 3) 


14 






22 


Sa 


Behukotai 


30 






3 


Sa 


Toledot 


15 






24 


M 




1 


June 




10 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


22 






29 


Sa 


Bkmidbar* 


6 






17 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


29 




Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


7 






19 


M 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


12 13 






24 


Sa 


Vkyesheb* 


6 






14 


Sa 


Naso 


20 






25 


S 


Hanuca 


7 






21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


27 




Tebet 


1 


F 


New xMoon 


12 






25 


W 




1 


July 




2 


Sa 


Mikets 


13 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


4 






9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


20 




Tarn. 


30 1 


MT 


Vew Moon 


6 7 






10 


S 


Fast of Tebet 


21 






5 


Sa 


Korah 


11 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


27 






12 


Sa 


Hukat Balak 


18 






21 


Th 


1891 


1 


Jan. 




17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


23 






23 


Sa 


Shemot 


3 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


25 






29 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


9 






26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

ohimgu 






Sebat 


1 


Sa 


New Moon Vaera 


10 










1 


Aug. 




8 


Sa 


Bo 


17 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


5 






15 


Sa 


Beshalach Laylanot 


24 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


8 






21 


F 


Sabbath at 4i 


30 






9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


13 






22 


Sa 


Itro 


31 






11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


15 






23 


S 




1 


Feb. 




15 


W 


Tubeab 


19 






29 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


7 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


21 




Adar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


8 9 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


22 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


13 






25 


Sa 


Reh^ 


29 






6^ 


Sa 


Tenima 


14 






28 


r 




1 


Sept. 




13 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


21 




Elul 


30 1 


rhF 


Sew Moon 


3 






14 


S 


Little Purim 


22 










Sabbath at 6 


4 






20 


Sa 


KiTisa 


28 






2 


Sa 


KiTets^ 


5 






21 


S 




1 


Mar. 




9 


Sa 


12 






26 


F 


Sabbath at*5 J 
Vayakel Shekalim 


6 






15 


F 


Sabbath at 5} 


18 






27 


Sa 


7 






16 


$a 


KiTabo 


19 




Vead 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


10 11 






23 


)a 


Netsabim Vayelech 


26 






4 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


14 






28 
29 


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Sabbath at*6 * 


1 
2 


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• 




NOTES. 






Sept 14, 


S. ] 


^ew Moon, A. Zh. 57m. 36}«. 


11, Golden Number. 




Dec. 6, 


Th. 1 
8 


i^erse to be changed, Kis. 22. 

th year of the 298 Cycle. 

rear consists of 383 days. W 


20, Epact. 

D Dominical Letters. 
Far. 29, Easter Sunday. 





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3 4 


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Nis. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


29 


Mar. 




3 


M 


FastofGuedaliah 


5 






4 


F 




1 


April 




8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


10 






5 


Sa 


vlukia 


2 






10 


M 


Kipur 


12 






11 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


8 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 4| 


16 






12 


Sa 


Tsay Agadol 


9 






1516 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


1718 






15 16 


TW 


Passover 


12 13 






21 


F 


Hosana Raba 


23 






26 


Sa 


Shemini 


23 






22 23 


SaS 


Feast of the 8th day 


24 25 




JYiar 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


27 28 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


30 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


29 






29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


31 






3 


Sa 


Tatzriang Metsorang 


30 




Hes. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


1 2 


Nov. 




4 


S 





1 


May 




6 


Sa 


Noah 


7 






10 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


7 






13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


14 






14 


W 


Second Passover 


11 






19 


F 


Sabbath at 3| 


20 






17 


Sa 


Emor 


14 






20 


Sa 


Vayera 


21 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


15 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


28 






24 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


21 




Kis. 


30 I 


TW 


New Moon 


1 2 


Dec. 


Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


27 






4 


Sa 


Toledot 


5 






2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


28 






11 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


12 




6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


1 2 


June 




18 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


19 




9 


Sa 


Naso 


4 






25 


Sa 


Vayesheb Hanuca 


26 




16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


11 




Tebet 


30 


Th 


New Moon 


31 




23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


18 






1 


F 


. . . . B 1892 


1 


Jan. HTam. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


25 26 






2 


Sa 


Mikets 


2 






6 


F 




1 


July 




9 


Sa 


Vaigash 


9 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


2 






10 


S 


FastofTebet 


10 






14 


Sa 


Balak 


9 






15 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


15 






17 


T 


Fast of Tamuz 


12 






16 


Sa 


Vaihi 


16 






21 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


16 






23 


Sa 


Shemot 


23 






28 


Sa 


Matot Mazg6 

Shimgu 








29 


Sa 


Sabbath at 4^ 


29 










23 




Sebat 


1 


Sa 


Vaera New Moon 


30 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


25 






3 


M 




1 


Feb. 




6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


30 






8 


Sa 


Bo 


6 






8 


M 




1 


Aug. 




15 


Sa 


Beshalach 

Laylanot 


13 






9 
13 


T 

Sa 


Fast of Ab 


2 






21 


P 


Sabbath at 5 


19 










Nahamu 


6 






22 


Sa 


Itro 


20 






15 


M 


Tnbeab 


8 






29 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


27 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


13 




Adar 


30 


SM 


New Moon 


28 29 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


19 






2 1 


T 




1 


Mar. 




27 


Sa 


Reh6 


20 






5 . 


F 


Sabbath'atSJ* 


4 




Elul 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


23 24 






6 


Sa 


Terutna 


5 






4 


Sa 


Shophetim 


27 






11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


10 






9 


Th 




1 


Sept. 




13 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


12 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


% 






14 


S M 


Purim 


1314 






11 


Sa 


RiTet86 


3 






1915 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


18 






18 


Sa 


RiTabo 


10 






20 


Sa 


KiTisa Para 


19 






24 


F • 


Sabbath at 5| 


16 






27 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 
Abodes 


26 






25 


Sa 


Netsabim 

Vayelech 


17 








NOTES. 




• 


Oct. 


), Sa. 


New Moon, A. lA. 30m. 20*. 


12, Golden Number. 




Dec. 


&; s. 


Verse to be changed, Kis. 5. 
9th year of the 298 Cycle. 
Year consists of 355 days. 


1, Epact. 








C B Dominical Letter. 








April 17, Easter Sunday. 





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3 Sa Aazinu 

4 S FastofGuedaliah 
9 F Sabbath at 5 

10 Sa Kipur 

15 16 ThF Tabernacle 

Hosana Raba 

Feast of the 8th day 
Sabbath at 4^ 

Beresheet 

Sew Moon Noah 

Sabbath at 4 

Lech Lecha 

Vayera 
Haye Sarah 
Sabbath at 3j^ 
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Sabbath at 6 24 
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Sabbath at 7 28 
Aharemot 

Kedoshim 29 

Second Passover 30 
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33 of the Homer 4 

Emor 6 

Behar 

Behukotai 13 

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Bamidbar 20 

Sebuot 21 22 

Naso 27 
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Shelach Lecha 10 

New Moon 14 15 

Korah 17 

Hukat 24 
Balak 1 

Fast of Tamuz 2 

Pmehas Dibr^ 9 

New Moon 14 
Matot Mazg€ 

Shimgn 15 
Debarim Echa 22 

Fast of Ab 23 
Tubeab 
VaeOianan 

Nahamu 



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April 




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Reh^ ^w Moon 

Sabbath at 6f 

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Sept. 21, W. New Moon, A. lOA. 19m. Off. 
Dec. 4, S. Verse to be changed, Kis. 15. 

10th year of 298 Cycle. 

Year consists of 354 days. 



13 Grolden Number. 
12 Epact. 

A Dominical Letters. 
April 2, Easter Sunday. 



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Vead 


9 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


17 


Mar. 




3 


W 


Fast of Guedaliah 


13 






13 


W 


Fast of Estiier 


21 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 5} 


15 






14 15 


ThF 


Purim 


22 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


16 










Sabbath at 6 


23 






10 


W 


Kipur 


20 






16 


Sa 


Tsav 


24 






13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


23 






23 


Sa 


Shemini Para 


31 






15 16 


MT 


Tabernacle 


25 26 






24 


S 




1 


April 




19 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


29 






29 


F 


Sablmthate}* 


6 




21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


1 


Oct. 


:Nis. 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 








22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


2 3 










Tatzriang Abodes 


7 




Hes. 


27 
30 1 


Sa 
TW 


Beresheet 
New Moon 


7 
10 11 






8 
15 16 


Sa 

SaS 


Metsorang Agadol 
Passover 


14 
21 22 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


13 






21 


F 


Sabbtith at 7 


27 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


14 






25 


T 




1 


May 




11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


21 






29 


Sa 


Aharemot 


5 




17 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


27 




Yiar. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


6 7 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


28 






6 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


12 






22 


W 




1 


Nov. 




13 


Sa 


Emor 


19 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


4 






14 


S 


Second Passover 


20 




Ris. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


9 10 






18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


24 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


11 






20 


Sa 


Behar 


26 






8 


F 


Sabbath at 3} 


17 






26 


F 




1 


June 




9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


18 


i 


27 


Sa 


Behukotai* 


2 






16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


25 




Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


5 






22 


F 




1 


Dec. 




5 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


9 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


2 






6 7 


SM 


Sebuot 


10 11 






25 


M . 


Hanuca 


4 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


16 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


9 10 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


23 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


16 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


30 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


19 


i 


27 


S 




1 


July 




14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


23 


^am. 


30 1 


WTh 


Vew Moon 


4 5 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


30 


i 


3 


Sa 


Korah 


7 






23 


M 


1894 


1 


Jan. 




10 


Sa 


Hukat 


14 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


6 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


21 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


8 






18 


S 


FastofTamuz 


22 






5 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


12 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


28 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


13 






28 


W 




1 


Aug. 




13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


20 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


3 






15 
20 


M 

Sa 


Laylanot 
Itro 


22 
27 




' 


2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 


4 






25 


Th 




1 


Feb. 




9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


11 






26 


F 


Sabbath at*4j' 


2 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


12 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


3 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


17 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


6 7 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahanra 


18 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


10 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 6} 


24 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


16 






23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


25 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


17 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^ New Moon 


1 2 


Sept. 




14 


T 


Little Purim 


20 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


7 






18 


Sa 


KiTisa 


24 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


8 






23 


Th 




1 


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14 


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KiTets€ 


15 






24 


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Sabbath at*6*' 
Vayakel Shekalim 


2 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


21 






25 


Sa 


3 






21 


Sa 


KiTabo 


22 




Vead 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


8 9 






28 


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Netsabim 


29 






2 


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Sept 11 


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14, Oolden Number. 




Dec. 4, 


M. Verse to be changed, Kis. 2^ 
nth year of the 298 Cycle. 


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23, Epact. 
6 Dominical Letters. 






Year consists of 386 days. 


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Fast of Guedaliah 

Sabbath at 5 

Vayelech 

Kipur 

Aazinu 

Tabernacle 

Sabbath at 4) 

Hosana Raba 

Feaat of the 8th day 

Beresheet 

New Moon 

Sabbath at 4* 

Noah 

Lech Lecha 

Sabbath at ^ 

Vayera 

Haye Sarah 

New Moon 

Toledot 

Vayets^ 

Vaishlach 

Vayesheb 

Hanuca 

New Moon 

Mikets 



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Vaigash 
Fast of Tebet 
Sabbath at 4 
Vaihi 
Shemot 
Vaera 

New Moon 
Sabbath at 4^ 
Bo 
Bcshalach 

Laylanot 
Sabbath at 6 
Itro 
Mishpatim 

SKekalim 
New Moon 
Sabbath at 5^ 
Teruma 
Fast of Esther 
Tetsav^ 

Zachor 
Purim 
KiTisa 
Sabbath at 6 



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Vayakel Peknd^ 



New Moon 
Vaikra 



Sabbath at 6| 
Tsay Agadol 

Paasover 
Shemini 
Th New Moon 
Sabbath at 7 
Tatzriang 

Metsorang 



Aharemot 

Kedoshim 
Second Passover 
Emor 

33 of the Homer 
Behar Behukotai 
New Moon 
Bamidbar 



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M 

Sa 

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M 

Sa 
T 

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Sa 

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11 
12 
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Beangalotecha 8 

Shelach Lecha 15 

Korah New Moon 22 23 
Hukat 



Balak 

Fast of Tamuz 
Pmehas Dibr^ 

Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 
New Moon 
Debarim Echa 

Fast of Ab 

Vaethanan 

Nahaipu 
Tubeab 
Hekeb 

Sabbath at 6| 
Reh^ 

New Moon 
Shophetun 
&i Tets^ 

Ssa>bath at 6 * 

KiTabo 

Netsabtm 

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NOTES. 



Sept. 30, S. New Moon, M. 4A.40m. 23i«. 
Dec. 4, T. Verse to be changed, Kis. 6. 

12th year of the 298 Cycle. 

Year consists of 353 days. 



15 Golden Number. 
4 Epact. 

F Dominical Letter. 
April 14, Easter Sunday. 



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Th F 


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19 


Sept. 


Adar 


22 


Sa 


Vayakel . Para 
Pekud^ Abodes 


7 


Mar. 








Sabbath at 5^^ 


20 






29 


Sa 


14 






3 


Sa 


Aazmu 


21 




Nisan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


15 






4 


S 


FastofGuedaUah 


22 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


20 






10 


Sa 


Kipiir. 


28 






7 


Sa 


Vaikra 


21 






13 


T 




1 


Oct. 




14 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


28 






15 16 


ThF 


Tabernacle 


3 






15 16 


S M 


Passover 


29 30 










Sabbath at 6 


4 






18 


W 




1 


April 




21 


W 




9 






27 


F 


Sabbath at 6 j * 


10 






22 23 


ThF 


Feast of the 8th day 


10 11 






28 


Sa 


Shemini 


11 






24 


Sa 


Beresheet 


12 




Yiar 


30 1 


M T 


New Moon 


13 14 




Hes. 


30 1 


FSa 


Sabbath at ^ New 


18 






5 


Sa 


Tatzriang 

Metsorang 












Moon Noah 


19 










18 






8 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


26 






11 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


24 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


1 


Nov. 




12 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


25 






16 


Sa 


Vayera 


2 






14 


M 


Second Passover 


27 






22 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


9 






18 


F 


33 of the Homer 


1 


May 




28 


F 


Sabbath at H 


15 






19 


Sa 


Emor 


2 






29 


Sa 


Toledot 


16 






26 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


9 




Kis. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


IT 18 




Sivan 


1 


W 


New Moon 


13 






6 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


23 






4 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


16 






13 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


30 






6 7 


MT 


Sebuot 


18 19 






14 


S 




1 


Dec. 




11 


Sa 


Naso 


23 






20 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


7 






18 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


30 






25 


Th 


Hanuca 


12 






20 


M 




1 


June 




27 


Sa 


Mikets 


14 






25 


Sa 


skelach Lecha * 


6 




Teb. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


17 18 




Tarn. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


11 12 






4 


Sa 


Vaigash 


21 






2 


Sa 


Korah 


13 






LO 


F 


FastofTebet 


27 






9 


Sa 


Hukat 


20 






11 


Sa 


Vaihi 


28 






16 


Sa 


Balak 


27 






15 


W 


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1 


Jan. 




17 


S 


FastofTamuz 


28 






18 


Sa 


Shemot 


4 






20 


W 




1 


July 




24 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


10 






23 


Sa 


Pinehas * * i)ibr€ 


4 






25 


Sa 


Vaera 


11 




Ab 


1 


Sa 


New Moon Matot 






Sebat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


16 










Mazg6 Shimgu 
Debarim Echa 


11 






3 


Sa 


Bo 


18 






8 


Sa 


18 






10 


Sa 


Beshalach 


25 






9 


S 


Fast of Ab 


19 






15 


Th 


Laylanot 


30 






15 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 








16 


F 


Sabbath at 4]^ 


31 










Tubeab 


25 






IT 


Sa 


Itro 


1 


Feb. 




22 


Sa 


Hekeb 


1 


Aug. 




24 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


8 






29 


Sa 


Reh^ 


8 




Adar 


30 1 


FSa 


Sabbath at 5 New 
Moon Teruma 


14 




Elul 


30 1 
6 


S M 
Sa 


New Moon 
Shophetun 


9 10 
15 










Shekalim 


15 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


21 






8 


Sa 


Tetsav^ Zachor 


22 






13 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


22 






13 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


27 






20 


Sa 


KiTabo 


29 






14 


FSa 


Purim KiTisa 


28 29 






23 


T 




1 


Sept. 




16 


S 




1 


Mar. 




26 


F 


Skbbathate' 


4 






21 


F 


Sabbath at 6 J 


6 






27 


Sa 


Netsabim 


5 






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1 


Sep, 19/ 


Th, New Moon, A. 1 A. 2^Jm. ^v. 


16, Golden Number. 




Deu» 5,' 


Th. Verae to be chani^pdj Kisi, 18. 


Ifl, Epact, 






13th year of '298 Cycle, 1 


Z D Doiuinical Letter. 






Year consist* of asfi days, Apr 


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1897 


Tisri 


1 2 


TW 


New Year 


8 9 


Sep. 


Vead 


2 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


6 


Mar. 




3 


Th 


FastofGuedaliah 


10 






9 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


13 






5 


Sa 


Vayelech 


12 






13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


17 






10 


Th 


Kipur 


17 






14 16 


ThF 


Purim Sabbath at 6 


18 19 






11 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


18 






16 


Sa 


Tsav 


20 






12 


Sa 


Aa^u 


19 






23 


Sa 


Shemini Para 


27 






16 16 


TW 


Tabernacle 


22 23 






28 


Th 




1 


April 




21 


M 


Hosana Raba 


28 




Nis. 


1 


Sa 


New Moon 








22 23 


TW 


Feast of the 8th day 


29 30 










Tatzriang Abodes 


3 






24 


Th 




1 


Oct. 




7 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


9 






25 


F 


Sibbathat6* 


2 






8 


Sa 


Metsorang 

Agadol 




i 




26 


Sa 


Beresheet 


3 










10 




Hes. 


30 I 


WTh 


New Moon 


7 8 






15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


17 18 






3 


Sa 


Noah 


10 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


30 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


16 






29 


Sa 


Aharemot 


1 


May 




10 


Sa 


LechLecha 


17 




Yiar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


2 3 






17 


Sa 


Vayera 


24 






6 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


8 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


30 






13 


Sa 


Emor 


15 






24 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


31 






14 


S 


Second Passover 


16 






25 


S 




1 


Nov. 




18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


20 




Kis. 


1 


F 


New Moon 


6 






20 


Sa 


Behar 


22 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


7 






27 


Sa 


Behukotai 


29 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


14 




Sivan 


1 


T 


New Moon 


1 


June 




15 


F 


Sabbath at 3§ 


20 




6 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


5 






16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


21 






6 7 


SM 


Sebuot 


6 7 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


28 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


12 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


30 






19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


19 






26 


T 




1 


Dec. 




26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


26 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


6 6 




Tam. 


30 


W 


New 


30 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


12 






1 


Th 


Moon 


1 


July 




10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


16 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


3 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


19 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


10 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


26 






17 


Sa 


Balak 


17 






27 


F 


1897 


1 


Jan. 




18 


S 


Fast of Tamuz 


18 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


2 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


24 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


4 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


30 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


9 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 


31 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


IS' 










Shimgu 








13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


16 






3 


S 




1 


Aug. 




15 


M 


Laylanot 


18 






9 


Sa 


Debarim. * ' Echa 


7 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


23 






10 


Sa 


Fast of Ab 


8 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 4§ 


29 






15 


F 


Tubeab 


13 






27 


Sa 


Mishpatim 


30 






16 


Sa 










29 


M 




1 


Feb. 








Nahamu 


14 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


2 3 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


20 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


6 






23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


21 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


13 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh6 New Moon 


28 29 






14 


T 


Little Purim 


16 






4 


W 


. •«.... 


1 


Sept. 




17 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


19 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


3 






18 


Sa 


KiTisa 


20 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


4 






26 


Sa 


Vayakel Shekalim 


27 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


11 






27 


M 




1 


Mar. 




20 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


17 




Vead 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon / 


4 






21 


Sa 


KiTabo 


18 










Sabbath at 6) 


6 




28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


25 






NOTES. 


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Sept 7, 


M. New Moon, A. 10*. 17m. 43i#. 


17 Golden Number. 




Dec. 4, 


F. Verse to be changed, . . 
14th year of 298 Cycle. 


26 Epact. 






C Dominical Letter. 






Year consists of 384 days. Apr 


tl 18 Easter Sunday. 





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Tisri 


I 2 


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New Year 


27 28 


Sei^tjUdar 


24 


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Sabbath at 6 


18 


Mar. 




3 


W 


Fast of Guedaliah 


29 






25 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 








6 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


1 


Oct. 








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19 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


2 




iNis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


24 






10 


W 


Kipur 


6 






3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


26 






13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


9 






9 


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1 


April 




15 16 


MT 


Tabemade 


1112 






10 


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Tsav ' * 'Agadol 


2 






19 


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Sabbath at 4} 


15 






15 16 


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21 


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Hosana Raba 


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22 23 


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Feast of the 801 day 


18 19 






24 


Sa 


Shemini 


16 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet 


23 




Yiar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon 


22 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


^ew Moon 


26 27 










Tatzriang Metsorang 


28 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


29 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


29 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


30 






8 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


30 






6 


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1 


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9 


S 




1 


May 




11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


6 






14 


F 


Second Passover 


6 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


13 






15 


Sa 


Emor 


7 






24 


F 


Sabbath at 3} 


19 






18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


10 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


20 






22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


14 




Kis. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


25 26 






29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


21 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


27 




Sivan 


1 


S 


New Moon 


22 






6 


W 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


27 28 






9 


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VayetsA 


4 






11 


W 




1 


June 




16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


11 






14 


Sa 


N^so • 


4 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


18 






21 


Sa 


Beangalotepha 


11 


1 




25 


M 


Hanuca 


20 






28 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


18 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


25 26 




Tam, 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


20 21 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash . . 1898 


1 


Jan. 




5 


Sa 


Korah 


25 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


4 






11 


F 




1 


July 




14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


8 






12 


Sa 


HukktBsiak 


2 


»>*» 




20 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


14 






17 


Th 


Fast of Tamuz 


7 






21 


Sa 


Shemot 


15 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


9 






28 


Sa 


Vaera 


22 






26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 

Shimgu 






Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


24 










16 






6 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


28 




Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


20 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


29 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


23 






9 


T 




1 


Feb. 




9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


28 






13 


Sa 


Beshalach' 


5 






11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


30 






15 


M 


Laylanot 


7 






12 


M 




1 


Aug. 




20 


Sa 


Itro 


12 






15 


W 


Tubeab 


3 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


18 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


6 






2T 


Sa 


Mishpatim Shekalim 


19 






25 


Sa 


Reh^ 


13 




Adax 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


22 23 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


18 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


26 










Sabbath at 6i 


19 






T 


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1 


Mar. 




2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


20 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


4 






9 


Sa 


Ki Tets^ 


27 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav€ Zachor 


5 






14 


Th 




1 


Sept. 




13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


7 






15 


F 


Sabbath at'o* 


2 






14 15 


TW 


Purira 


8 9 






16 


Sa 


KiTabo 


3 






18 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


12 


; 


, 


23 
29 


Sa 
F 


Netsabim Vayelech 
Sabbath at 5^ 


10 
16 






NOTES. 






Sept 2 


, S. New Moon, A. 7A. 50m. 26ft. 


18 Golden Number. 




Dec. fi 


t, S. Verse to be changed, Kis. 10. 


7 Epact. 






15th year of 298 Cycle. 


B Dominical Letter. 






Year consists of 355 days. April 


10, Easter Sunday. 





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SaS 


New Year 


17 18 


Sept. H Adar 


29 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud^ 




Mar. 




3 


M 


FastofGuedaliah 


19 








Abodes 


11 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


24 


JNis. 


1 


S 


New Moon 


12 






10 


M 


Kipor 


26 




7 


Sa 


Vaikra 


18 






14 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


30 






13 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


24 






15 16 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


1 2 


Oct. 




14 


Sa 


Tsav Agadol 


25 






21 


F 


Hosana Raba 


7 






15 16 


SM 


Passover 


26 27 






22 23 


SaS 


Feast of the 8th day 


8 9 






21 


Sa 




1 


April 




28 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


14 


1 




27 


F 


Sabbath at 6i 


7 






29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


15 






28 


Sa 


Shemini 


8 




Hes. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


16 17 




Yiar 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


10 11 






6 


Sa 


Noah 


22 






5 


Sa 


Tatzriang 

Metsorang 








12 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


28 










15 






13 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


29 






12 


Sa 


Aharemot 








16 


T 




1 


Nov. 








Kedoshim 


22 






20 


Sa 


Vayera 


5 






14 


M 


Second Passover 


24 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


12 






18 


F 


33 of the Homer 






Kis. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


15 










Sabbath at 7 


28 






4 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


18 






19 


Sa 


Emor 


29 






6 


Sa 


Toledot 


19 






21 


M 


....... 


1 


May 




12 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


26 






26 


Sa 


BeharB^httkotai 


6 






17 


Th 




1 


Dec. 


Sivan 


1 


W 


New Moon 


10 






19 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


3 






4 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


13 






25 


F 


Hanuca 


9 






6 7 


MT 


Sebuot 


15 16 






26 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


10 






11 


Sa 


Naso 


20 




Tebet 


1 


W 


New Moon 


U 






18 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


27 






4 


Sa 


Mikets 


17 






23 


Th 




I 


June 




10 


F 


Fast of Tebet 


23 






25 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


3 






U 


Sa 


VaigasH 


24 




Tarn. 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


8 9 






18 


Sa 


Vaihi 


31 






2 


Sa 


Korah 


10 






19 


S 


1899 


1 


Jan. 




9 


Sa 


Hukat 


17 






25 


Sa 


Shemot 


7 






16 


Sa 


Balak 


24 




Sebat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


12 






17 


S 


Fast of Tamiiz 


25 






2 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


13 






23 


Sa 


Pinehas Dib^ 


1 


July 




3 


Sa 


Vaera 


14 




Ab 


1 


Sa 


New Moon Matot 








10 


Sa 


Bo 


21 










Mazg^ Shimgn 


8 






15 


Th 


Laylanot 


26 






8 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


15 






17 


Sa 


Beshalach 


28 






9 


S 


Fast of Ab 


16 






21 


W 




1 


Feb. 




15 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 








23 


F 


Sabbath at 4| 


3 










Tubeab 


22 






24 


Sa 


Itro 


4 






22 


Sa 


Hekeb 


29 




Adar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon 


10 






25 


T 




1 


Aug. 








Mishpatim Shekalim 


11 






29 


Sa 


Rehi 


5 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


17 




Elul 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


6 7 






8 


Sa 


Teruma Zachor 


18 






6 


Sa 


Shophetim 


12 






13 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


23 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 6| 


18 






14 16 


FSa 


Purim Tetsav^ 


24 25 






13 


Sa 


Ki Tets6 


19 






19 


W 




1 


Mar. 




20 


Sa 


KiTabo 


26 






21 


F 


Skbbathat5i 


3 






26 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


1 


Sept. 




22 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


4 






27 


Sa 


Netsabim 


2 






NOTES. 






Sep. 16, 


F. New Moon, M. 4h. 39m. 6f «. 


19, Golden Number. 




Dec. 4, 


S. Verse to be changed, Kis. 20. 


18, Epact. 






16th year of the 298 Cycle. 


A Dominical Letter. 






Year consists of 353 days. 


April 2, Easter Sunday. 





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1900 


Tisri 


1 2 


TW 


New Year 


5 6 


Sept. <Vead 


9 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


10 


Mar. 




3 


Th 


FastofGuedaliah 


7 






13 


W 


Fast of Esther 


14 






5 


Sa 


Vayelech 


9 






14 15 


ThF 


Purim 


15 16 






10 


Th 


Kipur 


14 






16 


Sa 


Tsav 


17 






11 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


16 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


23 






12 


Sa 


Aazinu 


16 






23 


Sa 


Shemini Para 


24 






15 16 


TW 


Tabernacle 


19 20 




Nis. 


I 


Sa 


New Moon 








21 


M 


Hosana Raba 


25 










Tatzriang Abodes 


31 






22 23 


TW 


Feast of the 8th day 


26 27 






2 


S 




I 


April 




25 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


29 






7 


F 


Sabbath at* 6i* 


6 L 






26 


Sa 


Beresheet 


30 






8 


Sa 


Metsorang Agadol 


7 






27 


S 




1 


Oct. 




15 16 


SaS 


Passover 


14 15 




Hes. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


4 5 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


27 






3 


Sa 


Noah 


7 






29 


Sa 


Aharemot 


28 






9 


F 


Sabbath at 4} 


13 




Yiar 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


29 30 






10 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


14 






2 


T 




1 


May 




17 


Sa 


Vayera 


21 






6 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


5 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


27 






13 


Sa 


Emor 


12 






24 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


28 






14 


S 


Second Passover 


13 






28 


W 




1 


Nov. 




18 


Th 


33 of the Homer 


17 




Kis. 


1 


F 


New Moon 


3 






20 


Sa 


Behar 


19 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


4 






27 


Sa 


Behukotai 


26 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


11 




Siyan 


I 


T 


New Moon 


29 






15 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


17 






4 


F 




1 


June 




16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


18 






5 


Sa 


Bamidbar* 


2 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


25 






6 7 


S M 


Sebuot 


3 4 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


27 






12 


Sa 


Naso 


9 






29 


F 




1 


Dec. 




19 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


16 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets* New Moon 


2 3 






26 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


23 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


9 




Tam. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


27 28 






10 


T 


Fast of Tebet 


12 






3 


Sa 


Korah 


30 






14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


16 






4 


S 




1 


July 




21 


Sa 


Shemot 


23 






10 


Sa 


Hukat 


7 






28 


Sa 


Vaera "^ 


30 


i 


17 


Sa 


Balak 


14 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon . . 1900 


1 


Jan. 




18 


S 


FastofTamuz 


15 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


6 






24 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


21 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


12 




Ab 


1 


F 


New Moon 


27 






13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


13 






2 


Sa 


Matot Mazg^ 








15 


M 


Laylanot 


15 










Shimgu 


28 






20 


Sa 


Itro 


20 






6 


W 




1 


Aug. 




27 


Sa 


Mishpatim ^*' 


27 






9 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


4 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


30 31 






10 


S 


Fast of Ab 


5 






2 


Th 




1 


Feb. 




15 


F 


Tubeab 


10 






3 


F 


Sabbath at 4i 


2 






16 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


11 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


3 






23 


Sa 


Hekeb 


18 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 


10 






29 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


24 






14 


T 


Little Purim 


13 




Elul 


30 1 


SaS 


Reh^ New Moon 


25 26 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


16 






7 


Sa 


Shophetim 


1 


Sept. 




18 


Sa 


KiTisa 


17 






13 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


7 






25 


Sa 


Vayakel Shekalim 


24 






14 


Sa 


Ki Tets6 


8 




Vead 


SO 1 


ThF 


New Moon 








21 


Sa 


KlTabo 


15 










Sabbath at 5^ 


1 2 


Mar. 


^ 


27 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


21 






2 


Sa 


Pekud^ 


3 




\ 


28 


Sa 


Netsabim 


22 




NOTES. 




Sept. 5, T. New Moon, A. lA. 27fii. 46§«. 


1 Golden Number. 


Dec. 6, T, Verse to be changed, Tebet 3. 
ITth year of 298 Cycle. 


29 Epact. 


G Dominical Letter. 


Year consists of 384 days. 


April 15, Easter Sunday. 



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1900 












1901 


Tisri 


1 2 


MT 


New Year 


24 25 


Sept. Adar 


25 


Sa 


Vayakel Pekud6 




Mar. 




3 


W 


FastofGuedaliah 


26 








Abodes 


16 






6 


Sa 


Vayelech 


29 


Nis. 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


21 






8 


M 




1 


Oct. 


2 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


22 






10 


W 


Kipur 


3 




3 


Sa 


Vaikra 


23.. 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


5 




10 


Sa 


Tsay Agadol 


30 






13 


Sa 


Aazinu 


6 




12 


M 




1 


April 




15 16 


MT 


Tabernacle 


8 9 




15 16 


ThF 


Passover 


4 






21 


S 


Hosana Raba 


14 








Sabbath at 6^ 


5 






22 23 


MT 


Feast of the 8th day 


1516 




24 


Sa 


Shemini 


13 






26 


F 


Sabbalh at 4| 


19 


Yiar 


30 1 


FSa 


New Moon 


19 






27 


Sa 


Beresheet . 


20 








Tatzriang Metsorang 


20 




Hes. 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


23 24 




7 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


26 






4 


Sa 


Noah 


27 




8 


Sa 


Aharemot Kedoshim 


27 






9 


Th 




1 


Nov. 


12 


W 




1 


May 




10 


F 


Sabbath at 4* 


2 




14 


F 


Second Passover 


3 






11 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


3 




15 


Sa 


Emor 


4 






18 


Sa 


Vayera 


10 




18 


T 


33 of the Homer 


7 






24 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


16 




22 


Sa 


Behar Behukotai 


11 






25 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


17 




29 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


18 




Kis. 


30 I 


ThF 


New Moon 


22 23 


h^ 


1 


S 


New Moon 


19 






2 


Sa 


Toledot 


24 


6 7 


FSa 


Sebuot 


24 25 






9 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


1 


Dec. ^ 


14 


Sa 


Naso 


1 


June 




16 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


8 




21 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


8 






23 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


15 




28 


Sa 


Shelaph Lecha 


15 






25 


M 


Hanuca 


17 


Tarn. 


30 1 


MT 


New Moon 


17 18 




Tebet 


30 1 


SaS 


Mikets New Moon 


22 23 




5 


Sa 


Korah 


22 






7 


Sa 


Vaigash 


29 




12 


Sa 


Balak 


29 






10 


r 


Fast of Tebet 1901 


1 


Jan. \\ 


14 


M 




1 


July 




14 


Sa 


Vaihi 


5 




; 


17 


Th 


FastofTamuz 


4 






20 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


11 






19 


Sa 


Pinehas Dibr^ 


6 


- 


2?!- 


2.1 

28 


Sa 


Shemot 


12 






26 


Sa 


Matot Mazg6 






Sa 


Vaera ^ 


19 










Shimgu 


13 




Sebat 


1 


M 


New Moon 


21 




:Ab 


1 


W 


New Moon 


17 






6 


Sa 


Bo 


26 






4 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


20 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 4j| 


1 


Feb. 




9 


Th 


Fast of Ab 


25 






13 


Sa 


Beshalach 


2 






11 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


27 






15 


M 


Laylanot 


4 






15 


W 


Tubeab 


31 




\- 


20 


Sa 


Itro 


9 






16 


Th 




1 


Aug. 


26 


F 


Sabbath at 5 ,^ 


15 






18 


Sa 


Hekeb 


3 




27 


Sa 


Mishpatim 








25 


Sa 


Reh6 


10 










Shekalim 


16 




Elul 


30 1 


ThF 


New Moon 


15 




Adar 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


19 20 










Sabbath at 6]^ 


16 






4 


Sa 


Teruma 


23 






2 


Sa 


Shophetim 


17 






10 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


1 


Mar. 




9 


Sa 


RiTets6 


24 






11 


Sa 


Tetsav^ 








16 


Sa 


KiTabo 


31 










Zachor 


2 






17 


S 




1 


Sept. 




13 


M 


Fast of Esther 


4 






22 


F 


Sabbath at 6* 


6 






1415 


TW 


Purim 


5 






23 


Sa 


Netsabim 








18 


Sa 


Ki Tisa Para 


9 


u 






Vayelech 


7 






NOTES. 




Sep. 24 


I, M. New Moon, M. 11*. Om. 30*. 


2, Golden Number. 


Dec. i 


>, W. Verse to be changed, Kis. 13. 


10, Epact. 




18th year ofthe 298 Cycle. 


F Dominical Letter* 




Year consists of 355 days. 


April 7, Easter Sunday. 



M 



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SaS 


New Year 


14 15 


Sept. 


Vead 


13 


Sa 


Vaikra Zachor 


22 


Mar. 




3 


M 


FastofGuedaliah 


16 






14 16 


SM 


Purim 


23 24 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 


20 






20 


Sa 


Tsav Para 


29 






8 


Sa 


Aazinu 


21 






23 


T 




1 


April 




10 


M 


(Lipur 


23 






27 


Sa 


Shemini Abodes 


5 






15 16 


SaS 


Tabernacle 


28 29 




Nis. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


8 






18 


T 




1 


Oct. 




4 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


11 






21 


F 


Hosana Raba 








5 


Sa 


Tatzriang 


12 










Sabbath at 5 


4 






12 


Sa 


Metsorang 


19 






22 23 


SaS 


Feast of the 8th day 


5 6 






15 16 


TW 


Passover 


22 23 






29 


Sa 


Beresheet 


12 






18 


F 


Sabbath at 7 


25 




Hes. 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


13 14 






24 


Th 




1 


May 




5 


F 


Sabbath at 4& 


18 






26 


Sa 


Aharemot 


3 






7 


Sa 


Noah 


19 




Yiar. 


30 1 


WTh 


New Moon 


7 8 






14 


Sa 


Lech Lecha 


26 






3 


Sa 


Kedoshim 


10 






19 ' 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


1 


Nov. 




10 


Sa 


Emor 


17 






20 


Sa 


Vayera 


2 






14 


W 


Second Passover 


21 






27 


Sa 


Haye Sarah 


9 






17 


Sa 


Behar 


24 




Kis. 


1 


T 


New Moon 


12 






18 


S 


33 of the Homer 


25 






4 


F 


Sabbath at 3^ 


15 






24 


Sa 


Behukotai 


31 






5 


Sa 


Toledot 


16 






25 


S 




1 


June 




12 


Sa 


Vayets^ 


23 




Sivan 


1 


F 


New Moon 


6 






19 


Sa 


Vaishlach 


30 






2 


Sa 


Bamidbar 


7 






20 


S 




1 


Dec. 




6 7 


WTh 


Sebuot 


1112 






25 


F 


Hanuca 


6 






9 


Sa 


Naso 


14 






26 


Sa 


Vayesheb 


7 






16 


Sa 


Beangalotecha 


21 




Tebet 


1 


M 


New Moon 


11 






23 


Sa 


Shelach Lecha 


28 






4 


Sa 


Mikets 


14 






26 


T 




1 


July 




10 


F 


Fast of Tebet 


20 




Tam. 


30 1 


SaS 


Korah New Moon 


5 6 






11 


Sa 


Vaigash 


21 






7 


Sa 


Hukat 


12 






18 


Sa 


Vaihi 


28 






14 


Sa 


Balak 


19 




2\- 


22 


W 


. ^ . . . 1902 


1 
4 


Jan. 




17 


T 


FastofTamuz 


22 






25 


Sa 


Shemot -sm 


> 




21 


Sa 


Pmehas Dibr^ 


26 




Sebat 


1 


Th 


New Moon 


9 






27 


F 




1 


Aug. 




2 


F 


Sabbath at 4 


10 






28 


Sa 


Matot ' Maai^' 








3 


Sa 


Vaera 


11 










Shimgu 


2 






10 


Sa 


Bo 


18 




Ab 


1 


M 


New Moon 


4 






15 


Th 


Laylanot 


23 






6 


Sa 


Debarim Echa 


9 






17 


Sa 


Beshalach 


25 






9 


T 


Fast of Ab 


12 






23 


F 


Sabbath at 4^ 


31 






13 


Sa 


Vaethanan Nahamu 


16 




Adar 


24 
30 1 


Sa 
FSa 


Itro ^ 
New Moon 


1 


^b. 




15 
19 


M 
F 


Tubeab 
Sabbath at 6^ 


18 
22 




7 


^ 








Mishpatim 


8 






20 


Sa 


Hekeb 


23 






7 


F 


Sabbath at 5 


14 






27 


Sa 


Reh6 


30 






8 


Sa 


Teruma 


15 






29 


M 


• *••••• 


1 


Sept 




14 


F 


Little Purim 


21 




Elul 


30 1 


TW 


New Moon 


2 3 






15 


Sa 


Tetsav6 


22 




\ 


3 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


5 






22 


Sa 


KiTisa 


1 


Mar. 




4 


Sa 


Shophetim 


6 






28 


F 


Sabbath at 5^ 
Vayakel Shekalim 


7 






11 


Sa 


Ki Tets6 


13 






29 


Sa 


8 






17 


F 


Sabbath at 6^ 


19 




Vead 


30 1 


SM 


New Moon 


9 10 






18 


Sa 


KiTabo 


20 






6 


Sa 


Pekud6 


15 






25 


Sa 


Netsabim 








11 


Th 


Fast of Esther 


20 








Vayelech 


27 






12 


F 


Sabbath at 6 


21 


1 


29 


W 


1 


Oct. 


v^OUtXt^ 


1^e 


NOTES. 


'fiaau^.f6-ma^.r^0j. 




Sept. 1 


3, F. 


New Moon, A. 7*. 49m. 10#. 


3, Golden Number. 




Dec. 


5, Th. 


Verse to be changed, Kis. 24. 
19th year of 298 Cycle. 


21, Epact. 








E Dominical Letter. 








Year consists of 383 days. 


Mar. 23, Easter Sunday. 





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Trtfe HOUfi^i^T iWHIfiH P^YBWS COMMENCE 

DURING THE YEAR, IN^THE ^EgMAN CONGREGATIONS 

OF LONPQN. 



^ ^ . » , '^?^ Great Synagogue. 

Morning Serviee at 5 On Kipur. 

5| Qn New^ Y|ewr., . 

6j From the hfat Fast of Yiar* to Ta|^enuK;le. 

7 „ Tabernacle to the last Fast ojT Hesyan.* 
y, Purim to, the last Fast of Yiar. 

7| „ the Jla^t Fast of Hesyan to Purim. 

8 On Sabbaths and Festiyals. 
.8f „ inWkiter. 

Afternoon Seryice at 1 The days before New Moon t^ Kipur, and the Fast 
^ of Ab, $nd on &e Fasts of Yiar and Hesyan. 
2 Oa SaWtfaup and Holidays. 

On other days of the year at the same hour as Sab- 
bath was taken the Friday preyious. 
Kyening Seryice. Is faid immediately after the Afternoon Seryice. 

An extra on^ is said during the Homer, after dark 
On Saturday Eyenings is also said after dark^ 



The New Synagogue. 
Morning Seryice at 5| On Kipur. 

6 New Year.^ 

6J From the W Fast of Yiar to Kipur. 

7 „' Kipur to N. M. Tebet. 

I „ N.M.Adar to the last Fast of Yiar. 

On Sabbaths from N. M. Yiar to New Year. 

7| „ .„ New Year to N.M. Yiar. 

Daily from N. M. Tebet to N. M. Adar.^ 
Afternoon and Eyening Seryices same as the Great Synagogue. 



. The Hambro' Synagogue. 



Morning' Seryiee at 6 . New Year and Kipur. . ... 

7 ..From Burim to N, M. H^yim, 

7^ j» tN^.M, lj[esyan to Pu«jm*_ i. o in. 

8 On Sabbaths and Festivals from N. AdjQ^syan to 

Passoyer. 
8| 99 99 »» Pas99ire;;.to N. M. 

. % ' Hesyan. 

Afternoon and ^yenin^ Services same as the other Synagogues. 



The west End Synagogues. 



We 'same^honrs as the Hambn/ S^nago^e/ ^exoe^t' that, during the 
Homer, Afternoon Service is said on the week days at 0. . . , ^^ • . < 

* These Fatts are peculiar to the Oermani, and are kept on fhe flraC HoBdajT vA 
the following Thursday and Monday* In the months of Hesvan and Yiar. 
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THE HOURS AT WHICH SABBATH TERMINATES 
THE YEAR IN THIS CITY. 



DURING 



From 


h. m. 


J^om h. m. 


Jan. Ito 8 . . . . 4 56 


July 


10 to 16 .... 9 


9„15 . . 


..55 




17„23 .... 8 65 


16 „ 22 . . 


. . 6 15 




24 „ 30 .... 8 45 


23„29 . . 


. . 5 25 




31 „ 6 Aug. . . 8 30 


30 „ 5 Feb. . 


. . 5 40 


Aug. 


7 „ 13 .... 8 16 


Feb. 6 „ 12 


. . 5 55 




14 ,, 20 .... 8 


13„19 . . 


..65 




21 „ 27 .... 7 46 


20 „ 26 . . 


. . 6 15 




28 „ 3 Sept. . . 7 30 


27 „ 5 Mar. 


. . 6 30 


Sept 


4 „ 10 .... 7 15 


Mar. 6 „ 12 . . 


. . 6 40 




11 „ 17 .... 7 


13 „ 19 . . 


. . 6 55 




18 ,, 24 .... 6 45 


20„26 . . 


. 7 




25 „ 1 Oct. ... 6 30 


27 „ 2 April 


. 7 15 


Oct. 


2 „ 8 .... 6 15 


April 3 „ 9 . . 


. 7 25 




9 „ 15 .... 6 


10 „ 16 . . 


. 7 40 




16 ,, 22 .... 6 46 


17„23 ... 


. 7 50 




23 ,, 29 .... 5 30 


24„30 ... 


. 8 




30 „ 6 Nov. ... 5 20 


May 1 „ 7 ... 


. 8 10 


Nov. 


6 „ 12 .... 5 10 


8„14 ... 


. 8 25 




13„19 .... 6 


15 „ 21 ... 


. 8 35 




20 „ 27 .... 4 50 


22 „ 28 ... 


. 8 45 




27 ,, 3 Dec. ... 4 45 


29 ,, 4 June . . 


. 8 55 


Dec. 


4 „ 10 .... 4 40 


June 5 „ 11 ... 


. 9 5 




11 „ 24 .... 4 35 


12 „ 2 July . . 


. 9 10 




25 „ 31 .... 4 45 


July 3„ 9 ... 


. 9 5 






DAYS ON WHICH THE ORDIN 
IS NOT 


fARY 1 
SAID. 


PENITENTIAL SERVICE 


On Sabbaths. 


Ab 


9 Fast of Ab. 


New Moons. 




15 Tubeab. 


All Festivals. 


EM 


29 The day before New Year. 


Nisan All the Month. 


Tisri 


9 to the end of the Month. 


Yiar 15 Second Passoyer. 


Kislev 


AU Hanuca. 


18 33 of the Homer. 
Sivan 1 to 12. 


""ZZ"] "«"«-»»*^- 


AFTERNOONS THAT THE X> 


LVth P 


SALM IS NOT SAID. 


Friday. 


Before Hanuca 


Before New Moon. 


Before Purim. 


Before Fast of Ab. 


1 


Or if 


a Bridegroom is present. 



In the latter case no Penitential Service is said in the morning, nor in 
Synagogue on the morning that there is a circumcision in the coogrega* 
tion. 



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6000 



OF THE CREATION, 



AND 



FOB FINDING THE DAT OF THE WEEK ON WHICH ANY DAT OF THE 

CHRISTUN MONTH HAPPENS DURING THE SAME PERIOD OF 

THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS, 



BEING UNTIL THE YEAR 



2240. 



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DIRECTIONS 

FOR USING THE FOLLOWING TABLES. 

r It r s_S "' -. 

Seek the year required Ifc tke T^fbil^ of Gyclls, in a line with it will be 
found certain numbers and a letter of the alphabet, thus — 
5684 14 M 9 

The figures preceding the letter indicate the column to be sought in the 
Tables, No. 1 to 6 (pages ^ Uf ^% iA that column will be found the days 
•of the week on which the New Moons, Festivals, and Fasts fall, thus by 
referring to column 14, it will be seen that 

New Year 5684 will be- on Tuesday mxd Wednesday. 

I^assdver „ Saturday aAd Sunday. 

New Moon of Ab „ Friday, and so throughout the year. 

The letter will always be found in the same page as the figures which 
precede it — ^thus, in page 95, the column 14 is followed by two columns, 
marked L and M, which do^ta^ a series df Christian dates ; to those under 
the letter indicated is to be added the number which follows it — thus, for 
5684, to the dates under the letter M add 9. 

In that Column New Year appears to be September 2 and 3 ; by adding 
9 it makes it the 11th and 12th| iVIii(^Wm be the date of New Year 5684. 
An example for the whole of that year will be found in page 95, which will 
serve as a guide for every other. 

Whenever the number added to the Christian date exceeds the number of 
days of that month, the excess is to be taken for the date in the follovnng 
month; thus^^ 

Hanuca, in column M, is November 24, by adding 9 it would make it 
S3, but November having only 30 days, it is consequently 3rd December. 

Note. — The *S shews the Fast to have fallen on Saturday, and kept on 
Sunday ; the Fasts will then be Guedaliah, Tisri 4th ; Tamuz 18th ; and 
Ab 10th ; in these instances, one day is also to be added to the Christian 
date, on which it appears to be by the Tables. 

Hife^^T^ id when the Fast of Estherfal^s'onSaturday, it is then 
kept the Thursday.pseviottft, thatis^on the 11th Adar or'Veadar, two days 
must therefore be deducted from the Christian date. 
To FIND THE Christian Mra. 

If before January, deduct 3761 from the Hebrew year; after January, 
3760— thus, the year 5599 i» 1838-1839.- • 

INSTRUCTIONS 

FOR USINO THE CHRISTIAN ALMANACKS, IN PAGES 96 TO 99. 

Seek the year required ; in a line with that year, under each month, is a 
iigare which refers to the column beNN^ftf under the column thus indicated 
will be found the days of the weeks for that month. 

Required to know the day of the week of the 14th September, 1901. In 
a line with the year 1901,ander the month of September, will be found the 
figure 1. In column 1, the 14th will be found to be on Saturday, the day 
required. 

To find if Bissextile from 1900 to 2100. 

Divide the year by 4, if there is no remainder, it is Bissextile. 



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TABLE OF CYCLES. 





Years. 


299th Cycle 


• 


300th Cycle. 


30l8t Cycle. 


1 


Ordinary . . 


5663 


2 A 


21 


5682 


1 A 


22 


5701 


5 C 21 


2 


Ordinary 




64 


4 D 


9 


83 


7 E 


10 


02 


1 A 11 


3 


Embolismic 




65 


10 6 


9 


84 


14 M 


9 


03 


13 I 10 


4 


Ordinary 




66 


3 A 


19 


85 


1 A 


18 


04 


6 D 17 


5 


Ordinary 




67 


6 C 


8 


86 


3 A 


8 


05 


1 A 7 


6 


Embolismic 




68 


11 K 


6 


87 


12 I 


7 


06 


13 I 6 


7 


Ordinary 




69 


3 A 


15 


88 


4 D 


14 


07 


5 C 14 


8 


Embolismic 




70 


12 I 


14 


89 


10 G 


14 


08 


8 H IS 


9 


Ordinary 




71 


4 C 


22 


90 


7 E 


22 


09 


1 A 23 


10 


Ordinary 




72 


3 B 


11 


91 


4 C 


11 


10 


7 £ 11 


11 


Embolismic 




73 


9 6 


11 


92 


10 H 


10 


11 


14 L 11 


12 


Ordinary 




74 


5 C 


20 


93 


3 A 


20 


12 


1 B 19 


13 


Ordinary 




76 


6 £ 


8 


94 


5 C 


9 


13 


3 A 9 


14 


Embolismic 




76 


9 H 


7 


95 


11 I 


8 


14 


12 I 8 


15 


Ordinary 




77 


5 C 


16 


96 


3 B 


16 


15 


4 C 16 


16 


Ordinary 




78 


1 A 


6 


97 


5 C 


5 


16 


3 B 5 


17 


Embolismic 




79 


13 I 


5 


98 


8 G 


5 


17 


9 G 5 


18 


Ordinary 




80 


5 D 


12 


99 


6 E 


13 


18 


5 C 14 


19 


Embolismic . . 


5681 


8 6 


12 


5700 


9 H 


12 


5719 


11 I 13 




Years. 


302nd Cycle. 


303rd Cycle. 


304th Cycle. 


1 


Ordinary . . 


5720 


3 B 


21 


5739 


1 A 


21 


6758 


5 C 20 


2 


Ordinary . . 


21 


5 C 


10 


40 


3 B 


10 


59 


1 A 10 


3 


Embolismic . . 


22 


11 I 


9 


41 


12 I 


9 


60 


10 H 9 


4 


Ordinary . . 


23 


8 A 


18 


42 


4 C 


17 


61 


7 E 17 


5 


Ordinary . . 


24 


5 D 


6 


43 


3 A 


7 


62 


4 C 6 


6 


Embolismic . . 


25 


8 6 


6 


44 


9 H 


6 


63 


10 G 6 


7 


Ordinary . . 


26 


6 E 


14 


45 


6 C 


15 


64 


3 B 15 


8 


Embolismic . . 


27 


9 G 


14 


46 


11 I 


14 


65 


12 I 14 


9 


Ordinary » . 


28 


5 D 


22 


47 


3 A 


23 


66 


4 C 22 


10 


Ordinary . . 


29 


1 A 


12 


48 


5 D 


11 


67 


3 A 12 


11 


Embolismic . . 


30 


13 I 


11 


49 


11 I 


10 


68 


12 K 10 


12 


Ordinary . . 


31 


5 C 


19 


50 


3 A 


19 


69 


4 C 18 


13 


Ordinary . . 


32 


1 B 


8 


51 


5 C 


8 


70 


3 A 8 


14 


Embolismic . . 


33 


13 I 


7 


52 


8 H 


7 


71 


9 G 8 


15 


Ordinary . . 


34 


2 A 


16 


53 


6 £ 


16 


72 


6 D 16 


16 


Ordinary . . 


35 


4 C 


5 


54 


2 A 


6 


73 


6 E 4 


17 


Embolismic . . 


36 


10 H 


4 


55 


14 L 


5 


74 


9 G 4 


18 


Ordinary . . 


37 


7 E 


12 


56 


1 B 


13 


75 


5 C 13 


19 


EmboUsmic . . 


5738 


14 L 


12 


5757 


13 I 


12 


6776 


8 H 12 



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TABLE OF CYCLES, 





Years. 


305th Cycle. 


306th Cycle. 


307th Cycle. 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 


Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 

Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 


5777 6 E 20 

78 6 C 9 

79 8 G 9 

80 1 B 18 

81 7 E 6 

82 14 L 6 

83 1 A 15 

84 13 K 13 

85 2 A 22 

86 4 C 11 

87 10 G 11 

88 3 B 20 

89 5 C 9 

90 11 I 8 

91 3 A 17 

92 5 D 5 

93 11 I 4 

94 3 A 13 
5795 9 G 13 


5796 5 D 21 

97 6 E 9 

98 9 G 9 

99 5 C 18 
5800 1 B 7 

01 13 I 6 

02 5 C 14 

03 8 G 14 

04 6 F 21 

05 2 A 11 

06 14 L 11 

07 1 A 20 

08 7 F 7 

09 14 L 7 

10 1 A 16 

11 3 A 6 

12 12 K 4 

13 4 C 12 
5814 10 G 12 


5815 3 A 22 

16 5 D 10 

17 11 I 9 

18 3 A 18 

19 5 C 7 

20 11 K 5 

21 3 A 14 

22 9 G 14 

23 5 C 23 

24 6 F 10 

25 9 G 10 

26 5 C 19 

27 1 A 9 

28 13 K 7 

29 5 C 15 

30 1 A 5 

31 13 I 4 

32 2 B 12 
5833 14 L 12 






Years. 


308th Cycle. 


309th Cycle. 


310th Cycle. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 


Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . •. 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . , 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 
Ordinary . . 
Embolismic . . 


5834 1 A 21 

35 7 E 9 

36 14 M 8 

37 1 A 17 

38 3 A 7 

39 12 I 6 

40 4 D 13 

41 10 G 13 

42 3 A 23 

43 6 C 12 

44 11 K 10 

45 3 A 19 

46 6 C 8 

47 11 L 7 

48 3 B 15 

49 5 C 4 

50 8 G 4 

51 6 £ 12 
5852 9 H 11 


5853 5 C 20 

54 1 A 10 

55 13 I 9 

56 5 D 16 

57 1 A 6 

58 10 G 6 

59 7 E 14 

60 14 L 14 

61 1 A 23 

62 3 A 13 

63 12 I 12 

64 4 D 19 

65 3 A 9 

66 9 G 9 

67 6 C 18 

68 6 F 5 

69 9 G 5 

70 5 C 14 
5871 11 I 13 


5872 3 B 21 

73 5 C 10 

74 8 G 10 
76 6 E 18 

76 5 D 6 

77 8 G 6 

78 1 A 16 

79 18 I 16 

80 5 D 22 

81 1 A 11 

82 13 I 11 

83 2 A 20 

84 4 D 8 

85 10 G 8 

86 3 A 18 

87 5 C 7 

88 11 K 5 

89 3 A 14 
5890 12 I 13 



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Years. 


311th Cycle 


/ 


312th Cycle. 


313th Cycle. 


1 


Ordinary . . 


6891 


4 


C 


21 


6910 


2 A 


21 


5929 


6 E 20 


a 


Ordinary . , 


92 


3 


B 


10 


11 


4 C 


10 


30 


2 A 10 


3 


Embolismic . . 


93 


9 


6 


10 


12 


10 H 


9 


31 


14 L 10 


4 


Ordinary . . 


94 


5 


C 


19 


13 


3 A 


19 


32 


1 B 18 


5 


Ordinary . . 


95 


6 


E 


7 


14 


6 C 


8 


33 


7 E 6 


6 


Embolismic . . 


96 


9 


H 


6 


16 


11 I 


7 


34 


14 L 6 


7 




97 


5 


C 


16 


16 


3 B 


16 


35 


1 A 15 


8 


Embolismic . . 


98 


11 


I 


14 


17 


12 I 


14 


36 


10 H 14 


9 


Ordintu-y . . 


99 


3 


A 


23 


18 


4 C 


22 


37 


7 E 22 


10 


Ordinary . . 


6900 


6 


D 


11 


19 


3 A 


12 


38 


4 C 11 


11 


Embolismic . . 


01 


8 


G 


11 


20 


9 H 


11 


39 


10 G 11 


12 


Ordinary . . 


02 


6 


E 


19 


21 


6 C 


20 


40 


3 B 20 


13 


Ordinary . . 


03 


2 


A 


9 


22 


6 E 


8 


41 


5 C 9 


14 


Embolismic . . 


04 


14 


M 


8 


23 


9 6 


8 


42 


11 I 8 


16 


Ordinary . . 


05 


1 


A 


17 


24 


6 D 


16 


43 


3 A 17 


16 


Ordinary . . 


06 


7 


E 


5 


26 


I A 


6 


44 


6 D 6 


17 


Embolismic . . 


07 


14 


L 


5 


26 


13 I 


6 


45 


8 G 5 


18 


Ordinary . . 


08 


1 


B 


13 


27 


5 C 


13 


46 


6 E 13 


19 


Embolismic . . 


5909 


13 


I 


12 


5928 


8 H 


12 


5947 


9 G 13 



Years. 



Ordinary 
Ordinary 
Embolismic . 
Ordinary 
Ordinary . 
Embolismic . 
Ordinary . 
Embolismic . 
Ordinary . 
Ordinary 
Embolismic . 
Ordinary 
Ordinary . 
Embolismic 
Ordinary 
Ordinary 
Embolismic . 
Ordinary . 
Embolismic 



314th Cycle. 



5948 
49 
50 
61 
62 
63 
64 
56 
66 
67 
68 
69 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
66 

6966 



D 
A 

I 
C 
B 

I 
C 



8 G 



B 
E 
L 
A 
A 
I 
C 
A 



9 H 
6 C 
11 I 



21 

11 

10 

18 

7 

6 

14 

14 

23 

11 

11 

20 

10 

9 

17 

7 

6 

16 

14 



315th Cycle 




316th Cycle 




5967 


3 


A 


23 


5986 


1 


A 


22 


68 


6 


D 


11 


87 


3 


A 


12 


69 


11 


I 


10 


88 


12 


K 


10 


70 


3 


A 


19 


89 


4 


C 


18 


71 


5 


C 


8 


90 


3 


A 


8 


72 


8 


H 


7 


91 


9 


G 


8 


73 


6 


E 


15 


92 


6 


D 


10 


74 


9 


G 


15 


93 


11 


I 


15 


75 


6 


C 


24 


94 


3 


A 


24 


76 


1 


B 


13 


95 


5 


C 


13 


77 


13 


I 


12 


96 


11 


K 


11 


78 


6 


C 


20 


97 


3 


A 


20 


79 


1 


A 


10 


98 


5 


C 


9 


80 


13 


K 


8 


99 


8 


G 


9 


81 


2 


A 


17 


6000 


6 


F 


16 


82 


4 


C 


6 










83 


10 


G 


6 










84 


7 


F 


13 










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L 


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OF 



355 DAYS. 



Date of 
Hebrew 


New Moon, 


Days of the week. 


Christian 


Date of the Month. 
















Month. 


Festivals and Fasts. 


1 


2 


3 


Months 


A 


B 


1 2 


N.M.Tisri. New Year 


MT 


ThF 


SaS 


September 30 days 


11 12 


12 13 


3 


FastofGuedaliah . . 


W 


•S 


M 




13 


14 


10 


Ripur .... 






W 


Sa 


M 




20 


21 


15 16 


Tabernacle . . 






MT 


ThF 


SaS 




25 26 


26 27 


21 


Hosana Raba . 






S 


W 


F 


October 31 „ 


1 


2 


22 23 


Feast of the 8th daj 






MT 


ThF 


SaS 




2 3 


3 4 


30 1 


N.M. Hesvan . 






TW 


FSa 


SM 




10 11 


11 12 


30 1 


N. M. Kislev . 






ThF 


SM 


TW 


November 30 „ 


9 10 


10 11 


25 


Hanuca • . • 






M 


Th 


Sa 


December 31 „ 


4 


5 


30 1 


N. M. Tebet . . , 






SaS 


TW 


ThF 




9 10 


10 11 


10 


FastofTebet . 






T 


F 


S 




19 


20 


1 


N. M. Sebat . . 






M 


Th 


Sa 


January 31 „ 


8 


9 


15 


Laylanot . . * 






M 


Th 


Sa 




22 


23 


30 1 


N. M. Adar . . 






TW 


FSa 


SM 


February 28 „ 


6 7 


7 8 


13 


Fast of Esther . 






M 


Th 


♦Th 


or 29 


19 


20 


14 15 


Purim .... 






TW 


FSa 


SM 




20 21 


21 22 


1 


N. M. Nisan. . 






Th 


S 


T 


March 31 „ 


8 


8 


15 16 


Passover . . . 






ThF 


SM 


TW 




22 28 


22 23 


30 1 


N.M.Yiar . . 






FSa 


MT 


WTh 


April 30 „ 


6 7 


6 7 


14 


Second Passover 






F 


M 


W 




20 


20 


18 


33 of the Homer. 






T 


F 


s 




24 


24 


1 


N. M. Sivan . . 






S 


W 


F 


May 31 „ 


6 


6 


6 7 


Sebuot .... 






FSa 


MT 


WTh 




11 n 


11 12 


80 1 


N. M. Tamuz . 






MT 


ThF 


SaS 


June 30 ,, 


4 5 


4 5 


17 


FastofTamuz . 






Th 


S 


T 




21 


21 


1 


N. M. Ab. . . 






W 


Sa 


M 


July 31 „ 


4 


4 


9 


Fast of Ab . . 






Th 


S 


T 




12 


12 


15 


Tubeab. . . . 






W 


Sa 


M 




IS 


18 


30 1 


N. M. Elul . . 






ThF 


SM 


TW 


August 31 „ 


2 3 


2 3 


Sabbath Shekalim . . 


27 Sebat 


I Adar 


29 Sebat 








Zachor . . . 


11 Adar 


s „ 


13 Adar 








Para . . . 


18 „ 


22 „ 


20 „ 








Abodes . . . 


25 „ 


29 „ 


27 „ 








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354 DAYS. 



Date of 


New Moons, 


DaysoftheWeek. 


Christian 


Date of the Month. 


Hebrew 
Month. 












Festivals and Fasts. 


4 


6 


Months. 


c 


D 


1 
1 2 


N.M.Ti8ri. New Year 


TW 


ThF 


September 30 days 


12 


13 


13 14 


3 


FastofGuedaliah . . 


Th 


♦S 




14 




15 


10 


Kipur 


Th 


Sa 




21 




22 


15 16 


Tabernacle 


TW 


ThF 




26 


27 


27 28 


21 


Hosana Raba .... 


M 


W 


October 31 „ 


2 




3 


22 23 


Feast of the 8th day . 


T W 


ThF 




3 


4 


4 5 


30 1 


N.M. Hesvan . . . 


WTh 


FSa 




11 


12 


12 13 


1 


N.M. Kislev. . . . 


F 


S 


November 30 „ 


10 




11 ' 


25 


Hannca 


M 


W 


December 31 ,, 


4 




5 


30 1 


N.M.Tebet .... 


SaS 


MT 




9 


10 


10 11 


10 


FastofTebet .... 


T 


Th 




19 




20 


1 


N,M.Sebat .... 


M 


W 


January 31 „ 


8 




9 


15 


Laylanot 


M 


W 




22 




23 


30 1 


N.M.Adar .... 


TW 


ThF 


February 28 „ 


6 


7 


7 8 


13 


Fast of Esther . . . 


M 


W 


or 29 


19 




20 


14 15 


Purim 


TW 


ThF 




20 


21 


21 22 


1 


N.M.Nisan .... 


Th 


Sa 


March '31 „ 


8 




8 


15 16 


Passover 


ThF 


SaS 




22 


23 


22 23 


30 1 


N.M.Yiar .... 


FSa 


SM 


April 30 „ 


6 


7 


6 7 


14 


Second Passover . . . 


F 


S 




20 




20 


18 


33ofthe Homer . . . 


T 


Th 




24 




24 


1 


N.M.Sivan .... 


S 


T 


May 81 „ 


6 




6 


6 7 


Sebuot 


FSa 


SM 




11 


12 


11 12 


30 1 


N. M. Tamiiz. . . . 


MT 


WTh 


June 30 „ 


4 


5 


4 5 


17 


FastofTamuz . . . 


Th 


•S 




21 




21 


1 


N. M, Ab 


W 


F 


July 31 „ 


4 




4 


9 


Fast of Ab 


Th 


•S 




12 




12 


15 


Tubeab 


W 


F 




18 




18 


30 1 


N. M.Elul .... 


ThF 


SaS 


August 31 „ 


2 


3 


2 3 


Sabbath Shekalim . . 


a7Sebat 


25 Sebat 








Zachor . . . 


11 Adar 


9 Adar 








Para. . . . 


18 „ 


23 „ 








Abodes . . . 


26 „ 


iNisan 








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353 DAYS. 



Date of 


New Moons, 


Days of the week. 


Christian 


Date of the Month. 


Hebrew 












1 












Month. 


Festivals and Fasts. 


6 


7 


Months. 


E 1 


F 


1 2 


N. M. Tisri. New Year 


MT 


SaS 


September 30 days 


13 


14 


14 15 


3 


FastofGuedaliah . . 


W 


M 




15 




16 


10 


Kipur 




W 


M 




22 




23 


15 16 


Tabernacle . . . 




MT 


SaS 




27 


28 


28 29 


21 


Hosana Raba . . . 




S 


F 


October 31 „ 


3 




4 


22 23 


Fast of the 8th day . 




MT 


SaS 




4 


5 


5 6 


30 1 


N.M. Hesvan . . 




TW 


SM 




12 


13 


13 14 


1 


N.M. Kislev . . . 




Th 


T 


November 30 „ 


11 




12 


25 


Hanuca 




S 


F 


December 31 „ 


5 




6 


1 


N.M.Tebet . . , 




F 


W 




10 




11 


10 


FastofTebet . . 




S 


F 




19 




20 


1 


N.M. Sebat . . 




Sa 


Th 


January 31 „ 


8 




9 


15 


Laylanot . . . 




Sa 


Th 




22 




23 


30 1 


N.M. Adar . . 




S 


FSa 


February 28 „ 


6 


7 


7 8 


13 


Fast of Esther . 




•Th 


Th 


or 29 


19 




20 


14 15 


Purim .... 




SM 


FSa 




20 


21 


21 22 


1 


N.M. Nisan . . 




T 


S 


March 31 „ 


8 




8 


15 16 


Passover .... 




TW 


SM 




22 


23 


22 23 


30 1 


N.M.Yiar. . . . 




WTh 


MT 


April 30 „ 


6 


7 


6 7 


14 


Second Passover . 




W 


M 




20 




20 


18 


33 of the Homer . . 




S 


F 




24 




24 


1 


N. M. Sivan . . 




F 


W 


May 31 „ 


6 




6 


6 7 


Sebuot .... 




WTh 


MT 




11 


12 


11 12 


30 1 


N. M. Tamuz . . 




SaS 


ThF 


June 30 „ 


4 


5 


4 5 


17 


Fast of Tamuz . 




T 


S 




21 




21 


1 


N.M.Ab . . . 




M 


Sa 


July 81 „ 


4 




4 


9 


Fast of Ab . . . 




T 


S 




12 




12 


15 


Tubeab .... 




M 


Sa 




18 




18 


30 1 


N.M. Elul. . . 




TW 


SM 


August „ 


2 


3 


2 3 


Sabbath Shekalim . .l29Sebat| 


lAdar 








Zachor . . . 


13 Adar 


8 „ 








Para. . . . 


20 „ 


22 „ 








Abodes ... 127 „ 1 


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OF 



385 DAYS. 



Date of 
Hebrew 


New Moons 


Day 


s of the week. 


Christian 


Date of the Month. 
















Month. 


Festivals and Fi 


ists. 8 


9 


10 


Months. 


G 


H 


1 2 


N.M.Tisri. 
















New Year 


. . MT 


ThF 


SaS 


September 30 days 


1 2 


2 3 


3 


FastofGuedalii 


ih. w 


♦S 


M 




3 


4 


10 


Kipur . . . 


. . w 


Sa 


M 




10 


11 


15 16 


Tabernacle . 


. . MT 


ThF 


SaS 




15 16 


16 17 


21 


Hosana Raba 


. . s 


W 


F 




21 


22 


22 23 


Feast of the 8th 


day MT 


ThF 


SaS 




22 23 


23 24 


30 1 


N.M. Hesvan 


TW 


FSa 


SM 




30 Oct. 1 


1 2 


30 1 


N. M. Kislev 


. ThF 


SM 


TW 


October 31 „ 


30 31 


31 Nov. 1 


25 


Hanuca . . 


. M 


Th 


Sa 


November 30 „ 


24 


25 


30 1 


N.M.Tebet. 


. SaS 


TW 


ThF 




29 30 


30 Dec. 1 


10 


Fast of Tebet 


. T 


F 


S 


December 31 ,, 


9 


10 


1 


N. M. Sebat . 


M 


Th 


Sa 




29 


30 


15 


Laylanot . . 


• M 


Th 


Sa 


January 31 „ 


12 


13 


30 1 


N.M. Adar. 


. TW 


FSa 


SM 




27 28 


28 29 


14 


Little Purim. 


. . T 


F 


S 


February 28 „ 


10 


11 


30 1 


N.M.Veadar 


. . ThF 


SM 


TW 


or 29 


26 27 


27 28 


13 


Fast of Esther 


, . w 


♦Th 


M 


March 31 „ 


11 


11 


14 16 


Purim . , . 


. ThF 


SM 


TW 




12 13 


12 13 


1 


N.M.Nisan. 


. . Sa 


T 


Th 




28 


28 


15 16 


Passover . . 


. SaS 


TW 


ThF 


AprU 30 „ 


11 12 


11 12 


30 1 


N.M.Yiar . 


. SM 


WTh 


FSa 




26 27 


26 27 


14 


Second Passovei 


r . S 


W 


F 


May 31 „ 


10 


10 


18 


33oftheHomei 


. Th 


S 


T 




14 


14 


1 


N.M.Sivan. , 


. T 


F 


S 




26 


26 


6 7 


Sebuot . . 


. SM 


WTh 


FSa 




31 June 1 


31 June 1 


30 1 


N. M. Tamuz 


. WTh 


SaS 


MT 


June 30 ,, 


24 25 


24 25 


17 


Fast of Tamuz 


. 'S 


T 


Th 


July 31 „ 


11 


11 


1 


N. M. Ab . 


. F 


M 


W 




24 


24 


9 


Fast of Ab . 


. 'S 


T 


Th 


August 81 „ 


1 


I 


15 


Tubeab . . 


F 


M 


W 




7 


7 


30 1 


N.M. Elul . 


. SaS 


TW 


ThF 




22 23 


22 23 


Sabbath Shekalim . 


. 25 Adar 


29 Adar 


27 Adar 








Zachor . . 


. 9 Vead. 


13 Vead. 


11 Vead. 








Para. . . 


. 23 „ 


20 „ 


18 „ 








Abodes. . 


. INisan 


2T „ 


25 „ 








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OF 



383 DAYS. 



Date of 


New Moons, 


Days of the Week. 


Christian 


Date of the Month. 


HebrcTi 
Month. 
















FestiTals, and Fasts. 


11 


13 


13 


Months. 


I 


K 


1 2 


N. M. Tisri. New Year 


MT 


ThF 


SaS 


September 30 days 


2 3 


3 4 


3 


FastofGuedaliah . . 


W 


*S 


M 






4 


5 


10 


Kipur .... 




W 


Sa 


M 






11 


12 


15 16 


Tabernacle . . 




MT 


ThF 


SaS 






16 IT 


17 18 


21 


Hosana Raba . . 




S 


W 


F 






22 


23 


22 23 


Feast of the 8th day 




MT 


ThF 


SaS 






23 24 


24 25 


30 1 


N. M. Hesvan . 




TW 


FSa 


SM 


October 


31 „ 


1 2 


2 3 


1 


N.M. Kislev. . 




Th 


S 


T 






31 


INov. 


25 


Hanuca. . . . 




S 


w 


F 


November 


30 ,y 


24 


25 


1 


N.M.Tebet . . 




F 


M 


W 






29 


30 


10 


FastofTebet. . 




S 


W 


F 


December 


31 „ 


8 


9 


1 


N.M.Sebat . . 




Sa 


T 


Th 






28 


29 


15 


Laylanot . . . 




Sa 


T 


Th 


January 


31 „ 


11 


12 


30 1 


N. M. Adar . . 




SM 


WTh 


FSa 






26 27 


27 28 


14 


Little Purim . . 




S 


W 


F 


February 


28 „ 


9 


10 


30 1 


N. M. Veadar . 




TW 


FSa 


SM 


or 29 




25 26 


26 27 


13 


Fast of Esther • 




M 


Th 


♦Th 


March 


31 „ 


10 


10 


14 15 


Purim .... 




TW 


FSa 


SM 






11 12 


11 12 


1 


N. M. Nisan . . 




Th 


S 


T 






27 


27 


15 16 


Passover . . . 




ThF 


SM 


TW 


April 


30 „ 


10 11 


10 11 


30 1 


N.M.Yiar . . 




FSa 


MT 


WTh 






25 26 


25 26 


14 


Little Passover . 




F 


M 


W 


May 


31 „ 


9 


9 


18 


33 of the Homer . 




T 


F 


s 






13 


13 


• 1 


N. M. Sivan . . 




S 


W 


F 






25 


25 


6 7 


Sebuot .... 




FSa 


MT 


WTh 






30 31 


30 31 


30 1 


N. M. Tamiiz . 




MT 


ThF 


SaS 


June 


30 „ 


23 24 


23 24 


17 


Fastof Tamuz . 




Th 


S 


T 


July 


31 ;; 


10 


10 


1 


N. M. Ab . . . 




W 


Sa 


•M 






23 


23 


9 


Fast of Ab. . . 




Th 


S 


T 






31 


31 


15 


Tubeab .... 




W 


Sa 


M 


August 


31 „ 


6 


6 


30 1 


N.M.Elul . . 




ThF 


SM 


TW 






21 22 


21 22 


Sabbath Shekalim . . 


27 Adar 


iVead 


29 Adar 








Zachor . . . 


11 Vead 


8 „ 


13 Vead 








Para. . . . 


18 „ 


22 „ 


20 „ 








Abodes . . . 


25 „ 


29 „ 


te7 „ 








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384 DAYS. 








Date of 


New Moons, 


D^ of the 


Christian 


Date of the Month. 


Hebrew 














Month. 


Festivals, & Fasts. 


14 


Months. 


L 


M 


1 2 


N.M.Tisri. 














New Year . 


TW 


September 30 days 


1 


2 


2 3 


3 


FastofGuedaliah 


Th 




3 




4 


10 


Kipur .... 
Tabernacle . . 


Th 




10 




11 


U 15 


TW 




15 


16 


16 17 


21 


Hosana Raba . 


M 




21 




22 


22 23 


Feast ofthe 8th day 


TW 




22 


23 


23 24 


30 1 


N.M. Hesvan . 


WTh 


October 31 „ 


30 Oct. 1( 


1 2 


1 


N. M. Kislev . 


F 




30 




31 


25 


Hanuca . . . 


M 


November 30 „ 


23 




24 


30 1 


N.M.Tebet. . 


SaS 




28 


29 


29 30 


10 


FastofTebet . 


T 


December 31 „ 


8 




9 


1 


N.M. Sebat. . 


M 




28 




29 


15 


Laylanot . . . 


M 


January 31 „ 


11 




12 


30 1 


N. M. Adar . . 


TW 




26 


27 


27 28 


14 


Little Purim . . 


T 


Febnuury 28 „ 


9 




10 


30 1 


N.M.Veadar . 


ThF 


or 29 


25 


26 


26 27 


13 


Fast of Esther . 


W 


March 31 „ 


10 




10 


14 15 


Purim .... 


ThF 




11 


12 


11 12 


1 


N. M. Nisan . 


Sa 




27 




27 


15 16 


Passover . . . 


SaS 


April 30 „ 


10 


11 


10 11 


30 1 


N.M.Yiar . . 


SM 




25 


26 


25 26 


14 


Second Passover 


S 


May 31 „ 


9 




9 


18 


33 of the Homer. 


Th 




13 




13 


1 


N. M. Sivan . . 


T 




25 




25 


6 7 


Sebuot. . . . 


SM 




30 


31 


30 31 


30 1 


N. M. Tamuz . 


W.Th 


June 30 „ 


29 


24 


23 24 


17 


FastofTamuz . 


*S 


July 31 „ 


10 




10 


1 


N. M. Ab. . . 


F 




23 




23 


9 


Fast of Ab . . 


•S 




81 




31 


15 


Tubeab . . . 


F 


August 31 „ 


6 




6 


30 1 


N. M. Elul . . 


SaS 




21 


22 


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&ELIGIOUS AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

OF THE JEWS, IN LONDON, 






5425^1665. 



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WITH THE DATSa OF THEIR FOUNDATION, 

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A Society instituted for the Study of the Holy Law, and the Education 
and Clothing of Boys of the Portuguese Congregation ; the latter was 
remodelled in 1822, and entitled rripn n)rv. 

Subscription 12s. per ann. A Life GoYemorship, 5 Guineas. 

DHOn m^^Di W rl*lCin Mr. B. H. Cohen, Secretary. 

A Society for affording Relief to the Sick ; since transferred to the Ho8« 
pital ; and interring the Poor of the Portuguese Congregation free of 
expense. Subscription 12s. per ann. 

Ladies, 6s. per ann. A Lue Governorship, 5 Guineas. 

The present PORTUGUESE SYNAGOGUE buUt. 

D^Din^ 0»1 ftn» "nW Mr. A. H.Solam, Secretary. 
Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Orphan School, for the education, main- 
tenance, clothing, and apprenticing Orphan Boys, who are admitted by 
the Votes of the Subscribers. Annual Subscription, $1, 

A Life Governorship £10. Ladies half the sums. 
The Portuguese Jews' Alms Houses, Heneage Lane, for 24 Ppor Women, 

ohr\^D im moin^ nnin Qh:iti omo nhi pin 

Mr. B. H. Cohen^ Secretary. 
A Society, maintained from its own funds, under the management of 

19 Governors, for granting, annually. Marriage Portions of £60 to one 
or more fatherless girls of the Portuguese Congregation : 20s. to every 
poor woman lying-in at the Hospital : 10s. if at her own habitation, and 
5s. to every poor persodD, above ten years of age, taking Abel. 

TheHAMBRO' SYNAGOGUE founded. 

THE VILLAREAL CHARITY SCHOOL. Mr. 8. Almosnino, See. 
Founded by Isaac Da Costa Villareal, for the education and clothing of 

20 poor Girls of the Portuguese Congregation, maintained from its own 
funds, under the management of the Mahamad and the Heir of the 
Founder. A Committee of Young Ladies voluntarily superintend the 
school, and seek employment, by apprenticeship or otherwise, for those 
leaving it.. 

ni5TV yyD 

A Society, under the management of its own Govemors, for giving an- 
nually Marriage Portions of £80, or upwards, to poor Fatherless Girls, 
of the Portuguese Congregation. A Donation of £25 constitutes a Go- 
vernor, with right to name a Successor, in defaulted vriiich, his next heir, 
accordingto theJewishLawof Succession,succeeds to the Governorship. 

n^*!^ nDiDrt Mr. J. Hyams^ Secretary. 

Supported by Subscriptions of 10s. 6d. annually : a Life Governorship, 
£5. This Society furnishes to every poor ktwmlly married woman, of 
die German Congregations, put to bed of a Male Child, a person to per- 
form the Circumcision^ a Godfotiier for the child, and 25s. in money. 

D^/in H^^ Mr. 8. AtmocHhw^ Secretary. 

The Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Hospital, removed in 1792 to Mile- 
End, for the Reception of the Sick Poor of the Congregation, Lying-in 
Wom^n, aad an Asylum for the Aged ; vrith advice, and gratuitous dis- 
pensation of medicine to Out-Patients. Supported by Voluntary Con- 
tributions. .Subscribers of £l Is. per ann., may have 1 In and 2 Out- 
patients on the Establishment. Subscribers of £2 2s. have in addition 
the nrivilege of sending in a pregnant woman, on entering her ninth 
montn. Life Govemors, or Governesses, have the same privUege. 
AI4feGovemorshiplOGuineasfor Gentlemen, and 5 Guineas for.Ladiet. 

D^Din* 7^i P. Lazarus^ Esq. Hon. Sec. 

A Society for Educating and Clothing 10 Orphan Boys, who are admitted 
by the recommendation of a Subscriber ; when a vacancy occurs, the 
names of the applicants are placed in a wheel, those drawn priases receive^ 
the benefit. Supported by Annual Subscriptions of 6s. 



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5550--1790. 
5558—1708. 



5566—1806. 



5572—1812. 



|»579«-1813. 



5576—1816. 



5578—1818. 



Mr, £r. 8olk, Seeretarjf. 
A Society, under the management of its own Governors, for apprenticing 
poor Boys ci the Portuguese Congregation ; Lending Money to the In- 
dustrious Poor ; granting Rewards for Good Behayiour to Senrants and 
Apprentices ; and Out-fitting Boys leaving the country. 
A Donation of £5 constitutes a Governor. 
The NEW GERMAN SYNAGOGUE, in Leadenhall-street, founded. 

D^Jijn? on? ]nM J,M.DaCo9ta,Ju%.,E9q,,Hon.See. 

A Society for Distributing Bread Weekly to the Poor of the P<Nrtuguese 
Congregation, supported by Voluntary Subscription. 

Subscription 6b. per ann., for Gentlemen, 3s. for Ladies. A Life 
Governorship 5 Guineas, with the privilege of recommending a pen- 
sioner, subject to the approval of the Committee. 

B^Bi ni^B^D n*1in S.A.L$93f,E8q.Hon.See. 

A Society for Distributing Bread, Meat, and Coals, during the Winter 
to the Jewish Poor, supported by Voluntary Contributions and Sub- 
scriptions ; entitling the Subscribers to the chance of drawing benefits, 
which consist of a Ticket for Is. Od. for Bread, Is. Od. Coals, and Is. Od. 
Meat, for 12 weeks. Subscribers of 4s. 4d. annually, have One chance, 
and of £1 Is., Five chances. This was the first Society inducing the 
frugal poor by saving the trifling sum of One Penny per week, to endea- 
vour to procure themselves some assistance when most required. 

The GREAT GERMAN SYNAGOGUE, in Duke's Place, built 

nat!^ 0%S D^iVlK nnty Mr. H. Abrahams, Secretars,. 
A Society for administering pecuniary Relief to the Poor in Winter ; 
supported by Subscriptions of 21s. per annum, for which a Subscriber 
has four chances in a drawing by lot ; prizes receive tickets for 58. per 
week, for twelve weeks. 

plV ni3 Mr. A. Leo, Secretary. 

The Jews' Hospital (German) Mile End, for the Support of the Aged, 
and for the Education and Employment of Youth ; trades are taught 
them in Uie house, where many articles are manu&ctured, and sold for 
the benefit of the establishment. Supported by Voluntary Contributions. 
Subscribers of a Guinea annually have 1 vote ; 2 Gumeas, 2 votes ; and 
3 Guineas, 4 votes. A donation of 25 Guineas constitutes a Life Go- 
vernor, who has 4 votes. 

The LADIES' BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION. Mr8.L.Lueat, ffon.See. 

Instituted by the Baroness N. M. De Rothschild, for the purpose of 
. Relieving Poor Jewish Lying-in Married Women at their own dwell- 
ings. Subscribers of 1 Guinea per annum are entitled to a recommenda- 
tion. The benefits conferred, are a complete suit of doihes for the 
mother, two for the infant, one pair sheets, and 5s. per week for twd 
weeks, with such further relief as the Committee may deem necessary. 

hifinf^ nyih rtDNSo niim D^any b^^iSd 

8. Joseph, Esq, Hon. See. 
A Society for Clothing Poor Jewish Boys between the Ages of Seven 
and Thirteen. Supported by Voluntary Contributions and Subscriptions ; 
the benefits are drawn half-yearly. Subscribers of 12s. per annum are 
entitled to recommend one Boy ; 16s. two ; and 21s., or upwards, tliree. 
A Donation of 5 Guineas constitutes a Life Governor, who has one 
recommendation at each drawing. 

nnh^ niim nmn "noSn Mr. H. a. nenry, see. 

The Jews' Free School for the Education of 600 Boys and 300 Girls. 
Supported by|Voluntary Contributions and Annual Subscriptions of 12s., 
and upwards ; at a proper age the Committee seek to procure employ- 
ment for those leaving the School. By the munificence of Baroness 
N. M. De Rothschild, a dress is furnished to each annually. 

Barrow's Alms Houses, Globe Lane, founded by Joseph Barrow, Esq. 
for Ten respectable Poor Families of the Portuguese Congregation. 

The LADlfeVMai^^f^^hlgleiETY. Miss S. Nathan, Hon. Sec 
For Clothing Half-yearly Poor Girls of the Jewish Communities, 
between the Ages of Eight and Fourteen. Supported by Voluntary 
Contributions and Subscriptions. Subscribers drawing a benefit are 
entitled to send a Girl to be clothed. Subscription, 48. 4d. annually for 
One chance ; or Five chances for a Guinea. Under the €^vep^D[i^|i| pi 



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5570—1819. 



DmyS nona 



H» JhfUy Esq, Hon. Sec, 
A Society for granting an allowance of 68. Weekly to the Indigent Blind 
of the Jewish Persuasion, supported by Voluntary Contributions. Pen- 
sioners are admitted by the majority of Votes of the Subscribers. £5 58. 
constitutes a Life Governor, who has Two votes ; Subscribers of lOs., 
annually, have One vote, and of 21s. Two votes. 



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Mr. 8. SolomanSf Sec. 
A Society for Educating, Clothing, and allowing 4s. Weekly to Poor 
Jew Orphan Children : admitted by the majority of Votes of the Sub- 
scribers : 4s. 4d., annually, entitles a Subscriber to One vote ; 10s. to 
Two ; and 20s. to Iliree. A Life Governorship, having TWo votes, £5 6s. 

nty^ri "pn nmn maSn ^r. s. aee,, see. 

The Western Institution for Educating, Clothing, and Apprenticing 
Indigent Jewish Boys, by a majority of Votes of the Subscribers. Sup- 
ported by Voluntary Contributions : £5 5s. constitues a Life Governor, 
who has Four votes; Annual Subscribers of 4s. 4d. have One vote; 
8s. 8d. Two ; 13s. Three ; and 21s. Four. 

D*i£3p DnwS D^Oiny tJ^^aSa Mr.M.KUeh^See. 

The Westminster Benevolent Institution for Clothing Jewish Boys : sup- 
ported by Subscriptions of 8d. per month ; for each 8d. contributed, the 
Subscriber has a chance of a benefit, which is drawn Half-yearly. 

The GERMAN SYNAGOGUE, in Brewer Street, founded. 

mpn ♦IVK^ Mr. B. H. Cohen, See. 

The Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Charity School, for Forty Boys, 
who are Educated, Clothed, and Apprenticed. Supported by Volim- 
tary Contribution. Annual Subscription, 1 Guinea. A Life Gover- 
norship, 10 Guineas. This School is remodelled from the one founded 
in 1664. 

Dvin? njy^tt^D Mr.M.Samuel,Sec. 

A Society for Relieving the Indigent Sick of the Jewish Congrega- 
tions : Relief is given on a Certificate from a Doctor according to the 
decision of the Visiting Committee. Supported by Subscriptions of 
4s. 4d. annually. 

DIJoSkI DWiK mfy Mr. a Joel, See. 

A Society allowing 5s. per Week to Poor Widows of the Jewish Com- 
munities. Pensioners admitted by a majority of Votes of the Subscri- 
bers. A Subscription of 6s. per annum entitles to One vote ; 10s. Two ; 
16s. Three ; 20s. Four ; and an additional Vote for every 5s. more sub- 
scribed. Subscribers paying three months' subscription are entitled to 

5686-1826. DnwS D'Diny ^'♦aSiD 

A Society supported by Voluntary Contribution, for Clothing Poor Boys. 
The Subscriber's Name with the Boy's, recommended, are drawn Half- 
yearly, those gaining a benefit receive a complete suit of Clothes. Sub- 
scribers of 12s. per annum have One recommendation ; 16s. Two ; and 
21s Three 
The GERMAN SYNAGOGUE, in St. Alban's Place, consecrated. 

5588—1828. D^iVJlK D^ltV Mr. M. Sampson, See. 

The Western Jewish Philanthropic Institution, for granting Loans not 
exceeding £5 to the industrious Poor, or Gifts, not exceeding £2, to the 
Distressed, on the recommendation of a Subscriber paying 12s. per 
annum, tiie Society being supported by Voluntary Subscriptions. 

6589-1829. D*3V3K7 f IJ^O 5?. WoflT, Esq., Hon. Sec. 

A Society supported by Voluntary Contribution, for allowing £13 per 
annum, to aged reduced meritorious objects of the Jewish Persuasion* 
Annuitants admitted by a majority of Votes of the Subscribers. Sub- 
scribers of 4s. per annum are entitled to One vote ; 8s. to Two ; 12s. to 
Hiree ; and 21s. to Six. A donation of 5 Guineas constitutes a Life 
Governor, who has. Six votes. 

5589—1829. SfV^ /V D^JVUK HbtJ^D M. Samuel, Esq,, Hon. Sec. 

A Society for Cheering the Needy at Festivals, supported by Annual 
Subscription of 4s. 4d. The Subscribers' Names are drawn at Pass- 
over and Tabernacle, those gaining benefits receive a ticket for 10s. 



5580—1820. 



5581—1821. 



6582—1822. 



5584—1824. 



5685—1825. 



IM 



M9O-*iaS0. mpn nVB^ preparatory school. Jlr.B.i/.CM«»»5ee« 

For the Ediication of all the Male Children of the Portuguese Con- 
gregation : supported by Voluntary Contiibution, Annual Subscription, 
iOs. A Life GoTemorsliip, £5. A Gkiyemory or Subscriber, is entitled 
to have one Boy in the School ; being a Branch of the School established 
In 1822. Subscription to both, 26s. per annum. 

A Society for allowing Ss. per Week, ibr Life, to the Poor Jewish Blind, 
who are admitted by a majority of Votes of the Subscribers. An Annual 
Subscription of 8s. entitles to Two votes ; and One for every additional 4s. 

moo Wn np"nf Mr.NUto,See. 

A Society furnishing a person to sit up with the Sick Poor, and allowing 
for the Week of Monmmg, 5s., in Bread, Meat, and Coals, and Is. in 
Money ; supported by Annual Subscriptions of 4s« 4d. 

WOT— 18S1. D*Din**7 mit* Mr.A.Saqui,8ee. 

Jews' Orphan Asylum, supported by Voluntary Contributions ; 

BnHer tte VatvoHog^ of An JBatfttfi tte ^^uun BotDagn ; 

for the Education, Maintenance, Clothing, and Apprenticing Male and 
Female Orphans of the Jewish Communities, who are admitted by a ma- 
jority of Votes of the Subscribers, at any age under 11. Annual Sub- 
scription unlimited. A Life Governorship, 6 Guineas. 

6592-1882. D^i£Op ^DID^ hlh Mr. 8. Solomons, See. 

The Infant Orphan Charity, supported by Voluntary Contributions and 
Subscriptions of 1 Guinea per ann. This Society allows 3s. per week for 
nuraing, furnishes clothing, and at six years of age procures their educa- 
tion in the Free School, and lastly apprentices them to trades. The In- 
fettts of any of the Jewish Congregations are admitted by the minority 
of Votes of the Subscribers, 

mioSw nfiy Mr.N.Perez^See. 

The Widows' Pension Society; gives 28. 6d. per week for Six Months to 
Poor Widows of the Jewish Communities : Pensioners admitted by the 
miyority of Votes of the Subscribers. Supported by Subscription : Sub- 
scribers of 4s. per annum have One vote ; 68. Two ; 10s. Three ; and 
20s. Six. 

6698— 18ft8. D**1/^ B^37!D ^» ^ Lyo%y Etq., Hon, See. 

A Socie^ for Clothing Cliildren of the Needy of the Jewish Persuasion : 
Clothes Six Girls and Six Boys half-yeariy. Supported by Subscription. 
A Subscriber drawing a benefit has the privilege of sending a Cliild to 
be clotiied. Annual Subscription fixr Ozie cliance, 4s. 4d. ; and for Two 
6s. 6d. , . , 

D^W *7D*7D7 Mr. E, Goldtmithy See. 

A Society for Assisting the Jewish Poor at Festivals : supported by Sub- 
scriptions of 4s. 4d. annually. Benefits of lOs. each are drawn half- 
yeariy. 
5595—1885. A Society for Distributing Whiter Clothing to the Jewish Poor, con- 
sisting of Great Coats, Cloaks, and Blankets, which are drawn annually. 
Subscribers of 4s. 4d. have One chance ; for 21s.Five. Mr. B. Ofhen,See. 

5696-1836. D^miK rClfV Mr. J. Cohen, See. 

A Society for Relieving Distressed Aliens of the Jewish Persuasion : 
supported by Voluntary Contributions ; Contributors are entitled to re- 
commend objects for Relief. 

6598—1888. A handsome Synagogue, wiU^ suitable Dweffings for its chief Officers, is 
being built by the Congregation of the New Synagogue, in Great St 
Helen's, and, ^ith the blessing of God, will shortly be dedicated to his 
Holy Service. 
Alms' Houses for Twelve Respectable Poor Families of the German Con- 
gregations, with a Synagogue attached, are being built by the benevo- 
lence of A. L. MoseSy Esq. of Aldgate,aithis sole expense, in a most 
beautiful style. 



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A CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE, 

FORMINQ A SUMMARY OF JEWISH HISTORY^ 

FROM THE FLOOD TO THE PRESENT DAY- 



A.M. 

1656 The Deluge. 

1657 Noah and his fiunily quitted the Ark : the Iris given as a sign of no future Deluge. 
1048 The birth of Abram. 

1958 The birth of Sarah. 

1096 The Confusion of Tongues, at the building of the Tower of Babel, in the reign of 

Semiramis. 
2018 Covenant vrith Abram, from which is reckoned the 430 years to the delivery from 

Egypt. 

2023 Abram quitted his native land. 

2024 went down into Egypt. 
2034 The birth of Ismael. 

2047 Circumcision ordered, and Abram's name changed to Abraham : from this cir- 

cumstance originates our custom of naming boys at ihsX time. 

2048 The birth of Isaac, 

2074 Abraham prepares to offer his son Isaac 

2108 Esau and Jacob bom. 

2128 Abraham died, aged 175. 

2185 Jacob obtained his father's blessing and went to his uncle Laban« 

2192 Jacob espoused Leah and Rachel. 

2199 The birth of Joseph. 

2208 Jacob's name changed to IsraeL 

2216 Joseph sold by his brethren. 

Isaac died, aged 180. 

Joseph interpreted Pharaoh's dreams. 

2237 The descent of Joseph's ten brethren into Egypt to buy com, and the detention of 

Simeon as hostage for their return with Benjamin. 

2238 Their retum with Benjamin ; Joseph makes himself known to his brethren, and 

Jacob descends with all his family into Egypt. 
2256 Jacob died, aged 147. 
2309 Joseph died, at the age of 110, after predicting the deliverance from Egypt, and 

the possession of the Holy Land. 
2362 Job, so famed for his patience, wisdom, and virtue, flourished ; some authors con- 
sider him to have been the son of Uz, the eldest son of Nachor, and contem- 
porary with Abraham. 
2368 Moses bom, and adopted by Pharaoh's daughter. 
2448 Egypt visited with the Ten Plagues. 

The Deliverance from Egypt, the 15th Abib or Nisan. 
Pharaoh and his host drowned in the Red Sea, the 21st. 
The Decalogue given on Mount Sinai, the 6th Sivan. 
The Oral Law given to Moses, during the forty days he was on the Mount. 
The Molten Calf worshipped. 

The Annual Impost of the Half Shekel, (which is observed to this day) instituted 
to defray the expenses of the Tabernacle, and as a census of the male popula- 
tion above 20 years of age. 
2450 The Tabernacle completed the Ist of Tisri . 

2487 The rebellion for want of water. Moses commanded to speak to the rock, but 
instead of so doing, he strack it ; for this disobedience to the order of God, 
he was condemned not to enter the Land of Promise. 

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A.M. 

248T Sihon and Ogg conquered ; their territories given to Reuben, Gad, and half the 

tribe of Managseh. 
2488 Moses died, aged 120. 

Joshua took the command under the title of Judge. 

The Israelites passed the Jordan, and entered the Holy Land. 

The alliance made with the Gibeonites ; they are attacked by fhe five Kings ; 

Joshua proceeded with an army to their assistance, and requested of God that 
the Sun and Moon might stand still. 
2503 The division of the land to the nine and a half tribes made by Joshua. 
2516 The death of Joshua, aged 110, he governed Israel 28 years. 

Othniel succeeded as Judge, and governed 40 years. 

The Elders assumed the government during his administration. 
2525 Anarchy took place. 

The War of the Tribes against the Bei\}aminites. 

Become tributary to Cushan-rishataim, King of Mesopotamia. 
2533 Othniel defeated Cushan-rishataim, and released them from paying tribute. 
2556 Ehud became Judge, and governed 80 years. 
2623 Ehud assassinated Eglon, King of Moab, who had oppressed Israel 18 years. 

2635 Shamgar, the IVth Judge, governed only one year ; he defeated the Phflistines. 

2636 Deborah judged Israel 40 years : with Barak, delivered Israel from the oppresMon 

of Jabin, King of Canaan. 

2676 Gideon, the Vlth Judge, governed 40 years: defeated the Midianites,who had 
laid the country waste during seven years* 

2716 Abimelech, his son, assumed regal authority : slew his Seventy Brethren ; after 
ruling three years, was killed by a stone being thrown on his head while at- 
tacking Thebez. 

2719 Tolang, the Vlllth Judge, governed 23 years. 

2742 Jair, the IXth Judge, governed 22 years. 

2764 The oppression of the Ammonites. 

2781 Jephtha delivered his country, and governed six years. 

2787 Ibzan judged Israel seven years. 

His name was also Boaz, the same who espoused Ruth. 

2793 Elon, the Xllth Judge, governed ten years. 

2803 Abdon, the Xlllth Judge, ruled eight years. 

2811 Sampson, the XTVth Judge, governed 20 years. 

2831 killed himself in destroying the temple of the Philistines. 

Eli, the High Priest, succeeded to the government, and acted as Judge during 40 
years, even after the anmnting of Saul. ^ 

2854 David bom. 

2864 Saul anointed by the Prophet Samuel. 

2871 The Ark taken by the Philistines. Eli's death. 

Samuel, the Prophet, acted as Judge, until bis death in 2882. 

2876 Samuel anointed David. 

2877 David slew Goliath. 

2884 Victory of the Philistines ; Saul being wounded, killed himself. 

David, declared King of Judah. Civil war of Ishbosheth. 
2802 David acknowledged King of SH IsraeL 

2893 Jerusalem taken and made the seat of govenunent. 

2921 The rebellion of Absalom. 

2923 Adonijah assumed the regal authority. 
David appointed Solomon to be his successor. 

2924 Death of David. 
Solomon ascended tiie thnme. 

2925 his celebrated Judgment. 

2928 commenced building the Temple, 480 years after the Exod. 

2935 The Temple finished, and dedicated the 23rd Tisri. 

2961 The rebellion of Jeroboham. 

2964 The death of Solomon, after reigning 40 years. 

Rehoboham, his son, succeeded him ; his tyranny caused tl^e separation of the 
kingdom of Israel from that of Jud«h« 

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A. M. 

2964 Rehoboham reigned 17 yean. Jerobohftm lat^ roigned 22 years. 

2960 Shishak, King of Egypt, took 
Jeraaalem, and plundered the 
Temple. 

2961 Abijahy aon of Behoboham, suc- 

ceeded hig fiather, and reigned 
3 years. 

2962 His Tictory over Jeroboham. 

2963 Asa, his son, succeeded and 
^ reigned 41 years. 

2985 Nadab, his son, reigned 2 years 

8086 Baaaha killed him, and assumed the 

cro^m, he reigned 24 years. 

2998 His victory orer Zerah, King 
of Ethiopia. 

S009 Elahy his son, saeeeeded, and reigned 

nearly 2 years. 

^^^ Killed by Zimri, an officer of his house- 

hold, who reigned but 7 days ; during 
his short usurpation he murdered all 
the males of the house of Baasha. 
Omri, Captain of the Host, besieged 
him in his palace, finding no means 
of escape, he set fire to it, and pe- 
rished in the fiames. 
Omri became King, and reigned 12 

_- . yean. CivU war between him and 

Tibniy on whose death, he was ac- 
knowledged by all the people. 

_2| H^ ^^^ Samaria. 

Ahab, his son, succeeded, and reigned 

3034 .... flourished m this reign. 

3Q4;i •!**.!! Obadiah prophesied. 

Ahab died of a wound, receiyed in a 
battle with Jeoshaphat, and was 
succeeded by 
Ahaziah, his Son, who reigned 2 years. 
3042 The combined Fleets of Judah and Israel bound to Tarshish, wrecked. 

3043 Joram, his brother, succeeded him, 

and reigned 12 years. 
3047 Jeoshaphat joined his son, 

Jehoram, in the government of 
the ldngdom,he reigned 8 years. 
8054 Ahaziah, his son, succeeded, and Jehu, anointed King; killed Joram, 
reigned 1 year ; was killed in and ascended the throne, he reigned 
battle with Jehu. 28 years. 

3055 Athaliah, his mother, assumed 
the regal authority, and reigned 
6 years. She destroyed all the 
Boyal Family, except Joash, 
an infant, son of Ahasiah, 
who was saved by his Aunt 
Jeoshabeath, wife of Jehoi- 

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KINGS OF JUDAH. 

A.M. 

S061 Joaah, declared King, at 7 yean 

of age. 

Athaliah killed by the people* 
3083 



KINGS OF ISRAEL. 



3098. 



3100 Zechariah, the High Priest, 

son of Jehoiada, stoned to death 

in the Temple, by order of 

Joash. 

Joash, purchased peace of the 

King of Syria. 

Slain by a conspiracy 
Amaziah, succeeded his &ther, 

and reigned 29 years. 
3112 His victory over Edom. 
8113 Challenged Jeoash. 



3114 

3129 Slain by a conspiracy; and 
sQcceeded by his son, 
Uzziah, who had assumed the 
royal power in 3115, after the 
defeat and capture of his father 
— ^his reign of 62 years is 
dated from that period. 

3140 Isaiah began his prophecies. 

3154 

3155 

3156 

3160 Micah prophesied. 

3165 

3167 

3168 Jotham, succeeded his father, 
and reigned 16 years. 

3184 Ahaz, his son, succeeded, reigned 
16 years. 

3186 Resin, King of Syria, and Pe- 
kah, ELing of Israel, attacked 
him, and were defeated. 

3187 Formed an alliance with Ninus, 
the younger, successor of Sar- 
danapalus, caUed in scripture, 
Tiglath-Pileser. 



Jonah prophesied in this reign. 



Jeoahaz, succeeded his father, and 

reigned 17 years 
Jeoash, his son, succeeded, and reigned 

16 years. 



Hosea commenced his prophecies. ' 



Jeoash defeated Amaziah, took him 
prisoner, pillaged Jerusalem, and the 
Temple. 
Jeroboham II., son of Jeoash, suc- 
ceeded, and reigned 41 years. 

Note— Calmet and Moreri, reckon an inter- 
regnum of 10 years, of which the Bible makes 
no mention. Vide 2 Kings xiv. 29. 
Owing to that difference. Christian Chrono- 
logists give 254 years as the duration of the 
kingdom, but the Jewish all agree in ma^ng 
it only 244 firom the rebellion of Jeroboham. 

Zechariah, succeeded his father; reign- 
ed 6 months. 

Shallum headed a conspiracy, killed 
Zechariah, and usurped the crown, 
which he held for 1 month, when he 
WXU9 slain by 

Menahem, who reigned 10 years. 
Paid Phul, King of Assyria, 1000 Ta- 
lents, about £120,000, to obtain peace. 

Pekaiah, succeeded his father, and 
reigned 2 years. 

Pekah, conspired against, and assassi- 
nated him, he usurped the throne, and 
reigned 20 years. 



Tiglath-Pileser attacked, and killed 
Resin, and took captives the tribes of 
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A.M. 

3188 Hosea assassinated Pekah, and pre- 

tended to the crown, other canpctl- 
tors for it, led ta dnl war and anar- 
chy. 

3190 Joel furophesied. 

3196 Hosea became King, (he reigned 9 

years) and formed an alliance with 

3198 ...... So, King of Egypt, against Salma- 

nasar, the successor of Tiglath<Pile- 
ser, but was subdued. 

3199 Hezekiah, succeeded his fieither, 
Ahaz, and reigned 29 years. 

3202 Revolted again. Siege laid to Samaria. 

3205 Samaria taken, after a siege a( 8 yearn. 

The remainder of the (en IVibea made 
captire. 
Thus bhsbb thr Bjnodom of Israel. 

Some Jews are said to have settled in Germany, at this period. 

Don Isaac Abarbanel, asserts in his Commentary on Zechariah, that a 
fiimily of his name resided at Seyille, and another family at Valencia, in the 
time of the first Temple, from which it may be presumed, that about this 
period, owing to the distracted state of Judea, some families removed from it. 
A.M. 

3212 Hezekiah made alliances with the Kings of Egypt and Ethiopia, to free himself 
fit)m the tribute which the Assyrians had levied on Judah since the time of 

X - Ahaz. Sennacherib, the King of Assyria, marched against him, and he was 

obliged to have recourse to the treasures of the Temple to purchase peace. 

3213 Sennacherib returned against Jerusalem ; he is miraculously defeated with the 
loss of 185,000 men ; and on his return to Nineveh, is slain by his two sons. 

3224 Hezekiah's illness. The Sun retrogaded 10 Degrees. 

3214 Assardon, called also Baladan succeeds Sennacherib. 

3226 Merodach Baladan succeeds him ; sends to congratulate Hezekiah oh his reco- 

very, he shows the ambassadors all his treasures, on which Isaiah predicts 
the Babylonian Captivity. 

3228 Manasseh succeeded his father, and reigned 55 years. 
3240 Nahum prophesied. 

3249 Manasseh taken prisoner to Babylon. 

3250 He becomes penitent ; (for his prayer, see Apochrypha.) 
3254 Habbakuk prophesied. 

3283 Amon succeeded his father ; murdered by a conspiracy after reigning 2 years. 

3285 Josiah succeeded his father ; he reigned 31 years. 
3292 restored divine worship, which had been interrupted in the two latter reigns, 

and reformed abuses. 
3298 Jeremiah began to prophecy. 

3302 Hilkiah, the High Priest, found a book of the Law, in the Temple. 

3303 Passover kept vrith extraordinary grandeur and great solemnity. 
Zephaniah prophesied. 

3316 Josiah wounded in battle against Pharaoh Necho ; returned, and died at 

Jerusalem. 
3316 Jeoachaz succeeded his frither ; three months after his accession to the throne 
Pharaoh Necho levied a contribution of two talents of silver and one of gold 
on the country,(about £20,000) deposed him, and put his brother, 
Jehoiakim on the Throne ; he reigned 11 years. 
3319 became tributary to Nebuchadnezzar, who conquered the country, and took 

Daniel and many others of note captives. . , 

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A.M. 

332S Jdiolaklm reyolted ; Nebadiadnezzar subdaed him, ind plundered the Temple. 

S3S7 put to death, and succeeded by his son, 

Jehoiachin, who was only 8 years of age ; he is sent for to Babylon by Nebnchad- 

neaasar, when he is thrown into prison. 
Zedekiah, his uncle, pkced on the throne by Nebuchadnesezar, he Was the last 

King of Judah, and reigned 11 years. 
S3i2 Ezekiel commenced his prophecies. 

3336 Zedekiah revolted against the Babylonian oppression. 

Nebnchadneszar laid si^e to Jerusalem, 10th Tebet. 
3338 took the city, and burnt the Holy Temple, 9th Ab. 

killed the sons of Zedekiah in their feither's presence, and, after having his eyes 

put out, canied him, with a great many of the people, captive to Babylon. 

Thus ended the Kingdom of Judah, which had existed, under David and his 

LINEAL descendants, 454 YEARS. 

3380 Ouedaliah, the son of Ah&am, who had been made Governor of Judea by Nebuchad- 
Meszar; murdered, the &:d Ilsri. 

3363 Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, ca«t into the fiery furnace. 

3364 Evil Merodach ascended the throne of Babylon ; released Jehoiachin, who had 

been 3T years a prisoner, and allowed him princely maintenance. 

3389 Belshaaszar's impious feast and death. 

Daniel thrown into the lion's den ; he prophesied at Babylon during the three pre- 
ceding reigns. 

3390 Cyrus conquered Darius, and assumed the regal power. 

ordered the Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple. 
3393 killed, and succeeded by Artaxerxes, in Scripture, AfaasueniB. 

3396 Esther became Queen of Media and Persia. 
3404 saves her people. PXJRIM instituted. 

3408 Haggai, Zachariah, and Malachi prophesied. 
The building of the Second Temple commenced. 

3412 finished and consecrated, the 23rd Adar. 

3413 Eara quitted Babylon, and went to Jerusalem. 
3426 The walls of the city rebuilt by Nehemiah. 

3448 Alexander the Great visited the Temple, and offered sacrifices. 

8457 Ptolemy conquered Judea, and carried 100,000 captives to Egypt. 

3463 Taken from him by Antigonus. 

3465 Retaken by him ; the Syrians over-ran the country and laid it under contribution ; 
Ptolemy ultimately gains possession of it 

3616 Antiochus the Great gave the Jews the same privileges as his other subjects. 

Ptolemy Philadelphius ordered 70 learned Jews to translate the Holy Books into 
Greek ; it is said to have cost upwards ol £80,000. 

3650 Ptolemy Philopater attempted to enter the sanctuary by force, but being pre- 
vented, he, in revenge, on his return to Egypt, killed 60,000 Jews. 

3616 Antiochus Epiphanes pillaged and polluted the Temple, and forbade the obser- 
vance of Sabbath, Festivals, and Circumcision. 

3621 Matthias, the first of the Asmonean Dynasty, openly revolted ; he and his descend- 
ants were called Maccabees, from the initials of the words ^ thx2 roiDd m 
{" Who is like unto Thee, O Lord,'') the mottto they bore on their banners. 
Judah, his 8<hi, succeeded him, defeated the Syrian army, and killed Appolonius, 
its general. 

purified the Temple, and restored divine worship, 25th Kislev. 
HANUCA, ^e Feast of Dedication, instituted. 

Ambassadors sent to Rome, who made a treaty of alliance with the Senate, 
which was engraven on tablets of brass. 

deserted by many of his troops in battle against the forces of Demetrius, 
under the command of Bacchides and Alcimus, is slain. 
Jonathan, his brother, succeeded him as ^King; and i^newed the alliances with 
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363S Jonatfaaii tnacherouily seised by Trylioii, who after receiiiiig fhe. ammrnt he 
demanded foir his ransom, pat him to death. 

3634 Simeon, his brother, succeeded him. 

The Consul, Lucius, writes to all the allies of Rome, in &yourof the Jews. 

3642 Simeon and two of his sons killed at a feast, by Ptolemy, hit gon in law, 

King of Egypt, who sought to obtain tiie goTenunent of Judea. 
John Hyrcanus, another son, who had escaped, on receiving information of the 
murder of his relatires ; carried on the war with Ptolemy, and besieged 
him in ^e castle of Dagon, when finding himself streightened, he caused 
John's mother and brothers, then in his power, to be seoui^ged and tat- 
tared on the battlements in his sight; and threatened to east his mother 
firam the walk, unless he abandoned the siege ; she, however, courageously 
advised him to continue it, and suffered death. 

Besieged in the Temple by Antlochus Sidetes, who granted a truce of 8 
days, for the celebration of Tabernacle, and sent yaluable offerings which 
led to a peace and treaty of alliance. 

3648 The Roman authority commenced in Judea. 

3665 Aristobulus, succeeded to the government ; he murdered his mother and brother. 

3666 Alexander, another brother, succeeded him. 

3667 lost 30,000 men in a battle with Ptolemy Lathurus. 
3669 formed an alliance with Cleopatra. 

3674 ^e people revolted against him, and assaulted him with their citrons, on the 

day of Hosanna Raba, his troc^s slew 6000 of the unarmed populace. 

3685 Alexandra his Queen, on his death, acted as Regent. 

3694 Aristobulus, her son, disputed tiw succession with his eUter brother Hyrcanus. 

3697 acknowledged King by a treaty between them. 

3609 Pompey ordered the two brothers to appear before him, not being satisfied with 
Aristobulus, he deposed him, and took him pris<mer to Rome. 

8700 placed Hyrcanus on the throne, under condition of paying tribote, and not 

wearing a crown. 

8713 Crassus pillaged the temple, and took away an immense booty. 

3719 The Roman alliance renewed with Julius C«sar 

3721 The Senate, on the death of Caesar, granted the Jews all they asked. 

8722 Cassius levied a contribution of 700 talents (about £85,000) on Judea. 

3724 Antigonus, son of Aristobulus, sought to be acknowledged King; Herod and 

Phaaael, eons of Antipater, app<^nted Tetrarohs, 

3725 obliged to flee to Rome ; the S«iate granted him tiie kingdom of Judea. 
3727 Josephus, the Historian bom. 

8728 The colleges of Hillel and Shamai flourished. 

R. Jonathan wrote the Chaldean Paraphrases, (Targum.) 
Herod returned, and took Jerusalem ; Antigonus being taken prisoner, was de- 
capitated by Maro Anthony. 
3731 Joined Maro Anthony against Augustus Ctesar. 

a droadful famine in Judea, 10,000 men die of hunger in Jerusalem. 
3742 commenced re-buUding the Temple. 

3751 solemnly dedicated Cassaria, a city, built in honour of Augustus. 

3752 opened the tomb of David to despoil it of its treasures ; two of his at- 

tendants killed by Lightning. 
3757 Augustus confirmed the ancient rights and privileges of the Jews at Alexandria. 

3760 C. M, COMMENOEMBNT OP THE CHRISTIAN ^RA. 

1 Arohelaus succeeded hia father, Herod. 
3770 10 Herod Anttpas succeeded his brother, Arohelaus. 
3775 15 Augustus* edict, in fitvour of tiie Jews, directed to all the Governors of 

the Roman provinces, even to Britain, (^rr TtOf) 
3781 21 The Jews ordered to quit Rome, owing to the misconduct of four impostors, 

who had fled from Judea, to avoid public punishment for their crimes. 

Agrippa succeeded his uncle, Herod Antipas. 
3788 28 The Sanhedrin removed from Jerusalem to Jamnia. 

3796 36 Agrippa obliged to flee from Jerusalem, goes to Rome. 

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40^ The Emperor Caligula ordered his statue to be placed in the Temple, but rescinded 
it at the request of Agrippa. 
Philo sent by the Jews of Alexandria, to remonstrate against a similar order 
sent to them. 
42 The Alexandrians rose on the Jews, and massacred many. 
Philo again deputed to Rome, to represent their case ; 
• 43 sent back by Claudius, with an edict confirming all the rights and privi- 

leges, granted them in that city by Augustus. 
The same confirmed to them, throughout all the Roman Empire. 
The inhabitants of Doris, set up a statue of Claudius in the Synagogue ; on 
the remonstrance of Agrippa, Petronius, the Roman Goyernor of Syria, 
ordered it to be taken down ; and reproved thiem for the scandal and affront 
offered to the Jewish Religion. 

44 Agrippa II., succeeded his father; Claudius prevented by court intrigue, from 

sending him to Judea 

45 sent to the government of Judea and Galilee. 

Helen, Queen of Adiabena, and her son Izates, embrace Judaism. 
50 80,000 Jews killed at Jerusalem, in a tumult with the Romans, arising from a 
Roman soldier being killed by the populace, for indecent conduct at tiie porch 
of the Temple. 
55 The Jews ordered to quit the City of Rome. 

The government of Galilee confirmed to Agrippa, by Nero. 
65 Florus, the Roman Governor of Judea, publicly scourged and executed some of 
the Jewish nobility, 650 persons were killed ; his misgovemment led to the 
unfortunate wars with Rome, which terminated in our final subjugation by 
that Colossal Power. 

20,000 Jews massacred at Csesaria, those who escaped the slaughter were seized, 
and sent to the gallies by Florus. 

13,000 treacherously murdered at Scythopolis in one night; a great number mas- 
sacred in other parts of Greece. 

Jews first settle in China,* M. de Guignes, considers it to have been 135 years 
previous ; Father Gozani, asserts that he met at Cai-fong, a Colony, which 
had been established 206 years before the Christian ^ra : he also saw an 
inscription, bearing date 1515, C. JE., assuring the Jews of the Emperor's 
high esteem, for their fidelity and integrity in agricultural pursuits, in traffic, 
in the magistracy, and in the army, as well as for their punctual observance 
of their own religious ceremonies. 

67 Vespasian appointed commander of the Roman forces in Judea. 

The gallant defence of Jotapata, during the siege of 47 days, 40,000 men were 

killed. 
Of the prisoners taken in an action on Lake Genazareth, 30,000 were sold for 

slaves ; 6000 were sent prisoners to Rome ; and 1200 unable to bear arms, 

were put to death. 

68 Jerusalem taken, and the daily sacrifices cease, A. M. 3828. 
The TEMPLE burnt, 9th of Ab, 420 years after its foundation. 

69 A number of the captives sent to Spain ; they settled at Merida.t 

71 The men of Masada destroyed their wives and children, and afterwards themselves, 
sooner than fall into the hands of the Romans. 
The final subjugation of Judea ; the loss sustained by the Jews, in the wars 
with the Romans, is estimated at a Million and a half; as a proof of their de- 
votion to their country and religion, only 100,000 were taken prisoners. 
Vespasian ordered that the Capitation Tax, of the half shekel, should be added to 
the fund for rebuilding the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, which was de- 
stroyed about the same time as the Holy Temple. 
100 Onkelos, said to have been a son, or nephew, of the Emperor Titus, became a con-. 

vert to Judaism, and wrote the Chaldean Paraphrase on the Pentateuch. 
115 A rebellion of the Jews broke out at Cyrene ; it extended to Egypt, where they 
slew 220,000 Greeks ; it was put down by Martins Turbo. 

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11{» ' At Cyprus they also killed 240,000 Greeks ; on Adrian retaking the island, he 
prohibited Jews from again landing on it, under pain of death. 

117 Adrian, on becoming Emperor, prohibited Circumcision, the observance of Sabbath, 
and reading of the Law. Mothers who allowed their children to be circum- 
cised, had the infant hung to their necks, and were then thrown from the bat- 
tlements ; the fiaither was hung. 
That the remembrance of the Law might be preserved, a section of the Prophets, 
analogous to the portion of the Law for the day, was substituted, and is con- 
tinued to be read to this day. 

181 Barchobab assumed to be the Messiah ; finding many adherents, he defied and 
checked the Roman armies, in Judea, for upwards of two years. 

134 . Bither, his last place of refuge, taken on the 0th of Ab ; the slaughter in this city 
was so great, that the survivors were occupied six days interring the slain ; 
this revolt it is said cost the lives of 600,000 Jews, A. M. 3894. 
Rabbi Akiba, and nine other Sages of note, put to cruel tortures and death. 

135 Adrian ordered the city of Jerusalem to be rebuilt. 

136 changed its name to ^lia Capitolina, and erected . a temple to Jupiter Ca- 
pitolinus on the site of the Holy Temple, which led to a revolt of the Jews, 
who destroyed the newly erected building, and massacred every Roman in the 
city ; after being subdued by Severus, Adrian and the Roman Senate issued 
a decree making it death to any Jew approaching within sight of it 

138 The College of Jamnia opened by order of Antoninus Pius, who, by some authors, 
is said to have become a Proselyte to Judaism, having studied it under R. 
Judah, the Prince ; he repealed all the ordinances of Adrian against the 
Jews. 

141 The Mishna written by our Holy Master, R. Judah, the Prince, who was much 
esteemed by the Emperors Antoninus, Aurelius, and Commodus, for his vir- 
tue, piety, and learning. 

196 Severus renewed the edicts of Antoninus Pius in favour of the Jews, he also gave 
them the rights of Roman citizens, but exempted them from all duties incom- 
patible with their religion. 

243 The Astronomers R. Samuel, atNahardea, and R. Ada, at Babylon, flourished. 

250 Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra, about this period greatly protected the Jews ; she is 
said to have been of Jewish extraction. 

277 The Council of Elvira forbade Christians from joining Jews in their prayers for 
dew or rain, and prohibited Jews from saying those prayers. 

297 *Tobba, King of Yemen, (Arabia Felix) became a convert to Judaism, and intro- 
duced it in his kingdom. 

310 Constantino commenced rebuilding the Temple. 

321 Sunday, termed tiie Lord's Day, ordered to be kept as a day of rest, instead of Sa- 

turday, the Sabbath ; the primitive Christians had previously observed both. 

322 R. Joseph, called Sinai, from his great erudition, flourished A. M. 4082. 

325 The Council of Nice ordered Easter Day to be observed the first Sunday after the 
Full Moon, happening on or after the 21st March, in consequence of the Asiatic 
Churches keeping it on the same day as the Jews kept the 1st day of Passover. 

353 Constans renewed the edicts of Adrian, and made it death for a Jew to marry a 
Christian, or to circumcise a slave. 

355 The Jews at DiocaBsaria revolted against the oppression of Constans ; the city re- 
taken and razed to the ground by Callus. 

363 Julian prepared to rebuild the Temple. 

365 Valentinian and Valens confirmed all the privileges of the Jews, but ordered that 
they should perform public duties on being appointed to ofiices. 

379 Valentinian ordered the Temple and walls of Jerusalem to be rebuilt. 

383 Maximus ordered a Synagogue at Rome, that had been wantonly burnt, to be re- 
built at the expense of the eonmiunity. 

Theodosius the Great forbade the Prefects interfering with the Judicial Court 
of the Jewish Primate, who was authorised to punish the refractory members 
of his conununity. 

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195 Areadiiu and HonoriuB, In their ntpectiye EmpireiQ oonllnned all their privilegei | 
^e latter declared ** that the glory of a Prince consists in pennitting every 
** Society quietly to enjoy the privileges they have acquired, and that, although 
** a Religion is not approved by a Sovereign, he ought to preserve its privileges*** 

408 The Synagogues at Antioch pillaged. 

Theodosius II. prohibited public ceremonies at Purim. 
412 Honorius forbade the building of new Synagogues, but prohibited those in use 

being pulled down, or appropriated to other purposes ; or obliging the Jews 

to violate their Sabbath. 
415 A great number of Jews massacred at Alexandria, and many forced to quit a city 

where they had resided from the time of Alexander the Great. 
418 Severus, Bishop of Minorca, persecuted the Jews, who were numerous at Port 

MiUion, and destroyed their Synagogue. 
429 The Patriarchal Authority and Power ceased. 

409 The Jerusalem Tahnud completed, A. M. 4229. 

The Jews at Aries had received so much protection from St. Hilaire, the Bishop, 
that at his death the chief Rabbi composed a Lamentation, which was said by 
them over his grave.* 

504 The Babylonian Talmud, commonly called The Talmud, completed, A. M. 4264. 

510 Theodoric the Great, ordered a Synagogue, that had been burnt at Rome, to be 
rebuilt, and those at Milan and Genoa, that had been plundered, to be rein- 
stated. 

520 One Meir, pretending to be the Messiah, caused an insurrection of the Jews in 
Persia; it took Kobad seven years to quell it. 

527 Dionysius Exiguus, a Roman Abbot, established the date of the Vulgar ^ra. 

535 Justinian's edicts to convert the Synagogues of Africa into Churches, and to com- 
pel the Jews to keep Passover on the same day as the Christians observed 
Easter. 

537 Naples taken by Belisarius ; the Jews, who valiantly defended the sea-side, even 
after the surrender of the other fortifications of the city, were butchered with- 
out distinction of age or sex. 

540 Childebert to protect the Jews from the populace in Paris, ordered that they should 

not appear in the streets from Maundy Tl^ursday until after Easter. 

541 The Council of Orleans made a similar ordinance. 

555 The Jews at Csesaria revolted, demolished the churches, killed the Governor aiid 
many of the Inhabitants ; Adamantius being sent against them, confiscated 
their properties, decapitated many, and banished a great number. 

580 The Jews settled at Cochin, and on the Coast of Malabar. 

582 Chilperic persecuted those who would not embrace Christianity. 

589 Chosroes the Great, persecuted the Jews, and shut their academies. 

590 Hormidas III. re-opened their Colleges, and shewed them great frtvour. 

691 A Jew at Cagliari, the day after he had been baptized, placed images of the 
Virgin and other Saints in the Synagogue; on a representation to Pope Gre- 
gory the Great, he ordered the Bishop to have them removed, and decreed, 
that, as the law prohibited the building of new Synagogues, those they po^ 
sessed should be respected and protected. 

60S Wittiza invited the Jews from other parts to settle in Spain. 

611 Chosroes II., assisted by the Jews, took Jerusalem, and destroyed the churches, 

615 Mehodes, on taking New Antioch, put many Jews to torture, and slew others ; 
those whose lives he spared, he sold for slaves. 

618 Sizebut, King of Spain, oonq>elled those Jews, who would not become Christians, 
to quit his territory ; many, whose families had resided in it for near six cen- 
turies, quitted for France and Africa. 

622 The Hegira.— Commencement of the Mahometan ^ra. 
The Jews persecuted, to compel them to become Mahometans. 

627 Heraclius, on re-taking Jerusalem, renewed the edict of Adrian, prohibitiDg Jews 
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631 HerftcliuB, persecuted the Jews, from an Astrologer liaving predicted tliat aeir- 
cnmcised nation would rain Christendom. 

63S The Council of Toledo, ordered that Jews should not be compelled to baptize; 
but that neither they nor their descendants should act as magistrates, or hold 
public offices. 
Dagobert, at the instigatioa of HeraoUus, compelled the Jews to embrace Chris- 
tianity, or quit France. 

6S6 The Council of Tdedo, decreed that the King, on his accession, should swear to 
shew no favour to the Jews ; nor permit any one, not professing Christianity, 
to reside freely in the kingdom. 

€52 The Colossus of Rhodes, sold by the Saracens to a Jew. 

d55 Jerusalem taken by the Caliph Omar 

Bathilda, widow of Clovis, rescinded the capitation tax on the Jews. 

675 Wamba, Kmg of the Goths, banished the Jews from Languedoc. 

687 The Caliph Abdalmelech, appointed a Jew to coin the first Arabian money. 

688 The Council of Toledo declared that those Jews who fidthf ally embraced the Chris- 

tian Religion, should be Nobles and free from impost. 

693 Egica, haring represented that the Jews of Africa, had instigated the Moors to 
invade Spain, the Council of Toledo, ordered the confiscation of their pro- 
perty ; that they should be deemed slaves ; and that their children, at 7 years 
of age, should be taken from them, and brought up in the Christian Religion. 

714 The Moors, on conquering Spain, protected and favored the Jews. 

720 The Emperor Leo III., compelled many Jews to become Christians. 

740 First mention of the Jews in English Chronicles. 

The Archbishop of York, prohibited Christians associating with Jews on their 

Festivals. 
Bulan, King of Cozar, converted to Judaism. 

753 The Colleges of Sora and Pombedita flourished. 

754 The Caliph Abu GiaffiBur Almanzor, appointed Jews to collect the imposts he had 

lidd on Christians, 

798 Charlemagne charged Counts Sigismund and Lanfrede, and a Jew named Isaac, 
vrith an Embassy to the Caliph Haroun al Raschid ; the Counts dying during 
the Journey, Isaac continued it, and succeeded in obtaining the cession of 
Jerusalem for his Sovereign. 
Charlemagne appointed Noblemen to defend and protect the Jews. 
Owing to the number of Jews in Narbonne, of the two Mayors, one was always 
to be of that religion. 

815 Zedekiah, Physician to Louis le Debonaire, by his influence frustrated the at- 
tempts of Agobard, Bishop of Lyons, to persecute the Jews. 

820 The Caliph Mamoun, ordered many Hebrew Books to be translated into Arabic. 

828 The Jews met in the street of Bezieres, during Passion Week, were stoned by 
the populace. 

836 R. Menahem ben Sarug, a celebrated Grammarian, compiled a Hebrew Dic- 
tionary, A . M. 4596. 

846 The Cities of Paris and Meaux, excluded the Jews from civil offices. 

853 The Sultan Motawakel, persecuted alike Jews and Christians, because they would 
not receive the Alcoran. 

877 The Jews greatly oppressed by Louis II. 

893 About this period the Jews are supposed to have first settled in Poland. 

927 R. Sadias, the learned Commentator on the Hagiography, flourished at Sora, 
A. M. 4687. 

948 The first Jewish College in Spain, founded at Cordova. 

980 The Babylonian Colleges closed ; most of the learned members came to Europe. 
R. Moses, sumamed Clothed vrith Sackcloth, flourished at Cordova, A. M. 4740 ; 
his profound erudition procured him the Presidency of the College in that 
City, although an unknown individual, redeemed by his brethren from pirates. 
1006 The Talmud translated into Arabic, by order of the Caliph Hayshem. 
1012 Jerusalem taken by the Turks. 
1020 Canute banished the Jews from England. 

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1090 Owing to the persecutions in Persia, under Gela-le-Doulah, most of the learned 
Jews quitted the East, and settled in Spain and Germany. 

1027 R. Samuel Levi, appointed Prime Minister to Abbas, King of Granada. 

1030 The Jewish Synod of Worms, under R. Gershon, the Elder, prohibited Polygamy 
in Christian countries. 

1040 The learned R. Isaac Alphezi, (pih») flourished at Cordova, A. M. 4800. 

1050 R. Isaac ben Baruch, flourished in A. M. 4810, he instructed Abulcasem, Ring of 
Granada in Mathematics. 

lOSfjS Joseph^ son of Samuel Levi, became Minister on the death of his father. 

1052 Pope Alexander II. learning that Ferdinand, of Castile, had endeavoured to pro-' 
tect the Jews from being murdered by the populace, wrote to him : " What 
*< we have heard of you is much to our satisfaction, which is^ that you have 
'* defended the Jews that live amongst you against those who designed to 
" kill them." 
R. Solomon Isaacides, the great Commentator, (*V*t) flourished at Lunel^ A<M»4822. 

1064 A fanatic, named Judah Halevi, sought to convert the Moors to Judaism, which 

led to the plunder of 1600 wealthy families in Granada ; and the jealousy of 
the Nobles caused the execution of Joseph Levi, the Minister. 

1065 P(^e Alexander II. wrote to the French Bishops : ** We learn with pleasure that 

^* you have protected the Jews, that they were not killed by those going 
'^ against the Saracens of Spain. 

1066 The Jews returned to England with William the Conqueror. 

1068 The only burial place allowed them in all England, was in Cripplegate, where 

Jewin Street now stands. 
1070 The celebrated Poet, R. Solomon ben Gabirol, flourished at Saragossa, A. M. 

4830 ; his Poems of the Precepts, (mnntK), and the Ptolemean Planetary 

System, (niabo *M^3), are beautiful specimens of his versification. 
1080 The Jews protected and appointed to many posts of honor, by Alphonso I. of 

Castile. 
1086 R. Nathan, Author of the Talmudical Lexicon, ("p"^y), flourished at Rome, 

A.M. 4816. 

1096 The Crusaders commenced what they termed the Holy War, by murdering tlie 

Jews of Europe, who would not submit to baptism; many suffered in 
Navarre and Xrragon ; but the most horrible carnage took place in Ger- 
many—at Spires, Metz, Cologne, Treves, Presburg, and Prague, they de- 
stroyed each other, and mothers slew their children to avoid the barbarities 
of the infuriated fanatics ; 200 who had thrown themselves in the Rhine, 
at Cologne, were dragged from it, and inhumanly butchered ; the Bishops- 
laudably exerted themselves in the cause of humanity, and saved many. 

1097 Henry IV., of Germany, authorised those Jews who had been compelled to bap- 

tize, to resume, their religion. 
1111 Colomanus, Duke of Bohemia, forced by the populace to banish a Jew, whom 

he had appointed to be his Treasurer. 
1126 Lothario II., of Germany, cured by a Jew Physician. 
1129 Roger, of Naples, on making Messina a Royal Residence, gave the Jews the 

same rights as other subjects. 
1142 Alphonso VII., after defeating the Moors, made Jews his tax gatherers. 
The Jews banished from Tangier. 

1146 A second Crusade being resolved on, to prevent the horrid scenes of the former, 

St. Bernard wrote to the Archbishop of Metz : •* Take then heed that thou 
" speak to the Jews neither good or bad, they are not to be massacred or 
" persecuted, nor should you even banish them." Nevertheless, many were 
killed in Germany ; those who sought refuge in Cities and Fortresses were 
protected by the Authorities and Clergy. 

1147 Louis VII., released the Crusaders from their debts to Jews. 

R. Abraham aben Ezra, (^fdinn), flourished at Toledo, A. M. 4907 ; besides 
his valuable Commentaries on the Bible, he wrote on Grammar, Moral Phi- 
losophy, Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, and Astronomy ; he is said to 
have invented the Ecliptic,* 

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1147 R. Judah Leyi, the Poet and Author of the Cozari^ and (he Poem of Esther, 
(^Da *D) flourished at Cordova, A. M. 4907 ; many of his sublime Hymns 
ore in our Ritual fpr the Day of Atonement. 

1154 Jews and Christians who would not embrace Mahometanism, ordered to quit 
Cordova, by Abdelmunen ben All Alkumi ; Maimondes, being 19 years of 
age, feigned to comply until he could escape to Egypt. 

1158 R. Moses Maimon, (DSOnn) the Great Maimonedes, commenced his celebrated 
work on the Mishna, (nptnn *V) he wrote on Philosophy, Theology, Logic, 
Medicine, and Astronomy, in Hebrew, Chaldean, Arabic, or Greek ; on ar- 
riving in Egypty he was appointed Physician to the Sultan Saladin : and died 
there in A. M. 4965, aged 70 ; he is buried near Saphet, the ancient Betholia. 
So highly are his works appreciated by the Jewish Doctors, that they say, 
** From Moses until Moses there was not a Moses.'' From his residence in 
Egyj>t, he is often called the Egyptian. 

1160 R. Jechiel, superintendent of the household and finances, to Pope Alexander III., 
who not only protected the Jews, but ordered that no one should disturb them 
on their Sabbath or Festivals. 
R. Benjamin, of Tudela, commenced his Travels in the East, A. M. 4920. 
Mostanged greatly fkvored the Jews of Bagdad, and established Courts of Judi- 
cature'of their Rabbles. 

1163 84 Jews burnt at Paris, on the accusation of sacrificing a child for their Passover. 
R. Bechayai, the Elder, author of the Obligations of the Heart, (niaaSn T\yvn) 
flourished at Barcelona, A.M. 4923. 

1170 Henry U. ordered the Jews to quit England; but they were permitted to remain 

by paying 5000 Marks (£3333). 
AJphonso VIII., of Castile, named one Joseph to be his Prime Minister; his 
attachment to a beautifiol Jewess, (who fell a victim to the malevolence of 
the Clergy and Court) led him to favor the Jews greatly. 

1171 81 Jews burnt at Calayatud. 

R. Moses ben Thibon flourished at Granada ; he translated Euclid, Hippocrates, and 
many of the Arabic writings of Maimonedes into Hebrew ; he also wrote va- 
rious Philosophical works, among others, one on the Tides, (entitled D^cn 1lj3*) 

1178 The Jews in England permitted to have Cemeteries outside all the cities in which 
they resided. 

1181 Philip Augustus seized them in their Synagogues, on Saturday, 14th February; 
imprisoned, and cancelled all debts due to them ; in April, he confiscated their 
immovables, and ordered them to quit France immediately; this led them 
to invent biUs of exchange.* 

1187 Jerusalem taken by Saladin. 

1188 Henry II., ordered £60,000 to be levied on the Jews to defray his expenses to the 

Holy Land ; in consequence of his death it was not paid. 

1189 At the Coronation of Richard I., it was ordered that no Jews should enter West- 

minster Abbey, some from the country thinking they might pass unnoticed, 
imprudently went ; they were recognised and dragged out, the populace 
thereon murdered every Jew they met, and set fire to their houses after plun- 
dering them. The King sent the Lord Chief Justice and some of the nobility 
to suppress the riot, but they could not succeed ; three of the rioters were 
afterwards hanged. 

1190 The Citizens of Norwich, St. Edmondbury, Stamford, and Lincoln, learning that 

the Lcmdoners had got great wealth by the plunder of the Jews, acted in the 
same vmy. The Governor of Lincoln afforded them an asylum in the castle : 
The Gover&OT of York Castle offering them similar protection, they retired to 
it, but learning his design of betraying them, on his return they refused him 
admittance, and sustained a siege for some days ; their resources being ex- 
hausted, at the instigation of their venerable Rabbi, in one night they slew 
their wives and children, burnt the property they had with them, drew lots 
for killing each other, and then set fire to the Castle, to avoid the more barba- 
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1190 Don Solomon Jachiya, Generalissimo of the Portaguese forces. 

119S A Christian having been executed by the authorities at Bonrges for killing a Jew, 

Philip, in revenge, caused 80 Jews to be burnt. 

1106 One Solomon appointed Major^omo to the Duke of Austria. 

1197 The Jews plundered at Norsa, in Italy. 

1198 Philip Augustus invited the Jews to return to France. 

1199 The chief Rabbi, in England, appointed by Royal Commission, in which he was 

styled by the King " our friend and well-beloved,*" 
Pope Innocent III., wrote to the Archbishop of Narbonne, Sept. 6, forbidding him 
to compel the Jews to baptiase, or forcibly to take*their property from them. 

1200 King John granted the Jews a charter (for which they paid 4000 marks), author- 

izing them to hold land, to fr«ely ei\joy their Rites and Customs, to go to and 
from all places without let or molestation ; relieving them from all tolls and 
customs on wine, and that their differences should be decided according to 
Jewish Law, by their Rabbles. 

1204 The Jews beiitg ill-treated in London, John wrote to the Lord Mayor and Barans 
that he should hold them responsible for any injury done to them. 

1210 John ordered all the Jews in England to be imprisoned until they made a full dis- 
covery of their property, when he extorted 60,000 marks from them by the 
most cruel tortures ; one, at Bristol, had a tooth extracted daily, until he paid 
10,000 marks. 

1214 The Jews protected by Frederick II., of Germany. 

1215 The Council of Lateran ordered the Jews to wear a distinguishing mark to pre- 

vent illicit intercourse. 
121T The massacre of the Jews, at Toledo, reprobated by Pope Honorius III. 
Jerusalem taken by the Turks. 
Henry III. ordered the Sheriffs to appoint 24 Burgesses in each city, to watch 

that the Jews received no injury, and to guard them particularly against the 

insults of the Jerusalem Pilgrims. 
1218 The Jews again banished from France, and recalled by Philip II. 
1220 R. David Kimchi, (p*n) the Grammarian, Commentator, and Translator of the 

Bible into Spanish, flourished at Narbonne, A. M. 4980. 
A girl being found in the Rhine, the Jews of Cologne were accused of having 

drowned her; the Bishop fined them 4200 pieces of silver. 
1226 Boleslas, King of Lithuania, granted full liberty of conscience, and many privi- 
leges to the Jews ; they were also protected by the Nobles. 
1230 The Jews compelled to pay one-third of their moveables into the exchequer ; their 

mag^ficent Synagogue in London converted into a Church. 

1232 Henry III. extorted 18,000 marks from the Jews. 

1233 James I., of Aragon, prohibited the Spanish version of the Bible, but protected the 

Jews, and it is even said he used their prayers. 

1234 Louis IX. confiscated one-third of debts due to Jews. 
Jews prohibited residing at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

1235 The Jews at Norwich accused of crucifying a boy; although acquitted by Par- 

liament, the Bishop hung four, and the populace burnt their houses. 

1236 Pope Gregory IX. declared that the Jews were not guilty of the crimes imputed 

to them, and that the C^istians abused the nanfe of Religion to give a colour 
to their avarice in pluAdering them. Many having been massacred, and put to 
most cruel tortures in France, he wrote from Rieti, Sept. 9, to St. Louis : 
'* The Christians exercise towards them the most unheard-of cruelties, for- 
<< getting that to the Jews they are indebted for the foundation of their own 
^ religion." He ordered the Kings of Spain, France, and England, to seize 
all copies of the Talmud, on the 1st Sunday of the following Lent. 

The Council of Tours prohibited Christians killing, plundering, or in any way in- 
juring the Jews. 

Henry III. granted the petition of Southampton, that Jews might not be allowed 
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1236 ' R. Moses Nachman, (pBFl) Naiilnumidefl, of Gerona, flourished, A.. M. 4996; 
he wrote much esteemed Comnmentaries on the Pentateuch, and yarioos 
other approred works. 
Many murdered and burnt at Fulda. 
12ST Henry III. extorted 10,000 marks from the Jews. 

1239 John Rufus, of Brittany, cancelled all debts due by his subjects to Jews, and or- 

dered the Judges to inflict no punishment on a Christian who killed a Jew ; 
the following year he banished them. 

1240 Jews prohibited demanding payment of debts due la them by the Crusaders, until 

their rotum or authentic proof of their death. 

1241 Henry III. summoned a Jewish Parliament to meet at Worcester, on Sunday, 

Feb. 10, to consist of six of the wealthiest from the principal cities and towns, 
and two, whero they wero few : the purport of his most gracious speech was, 
^ I want money ; you must raise it, and hare 10,000 marks ready for me at 
" Midsummer, and 10,000 at Michaelmas.'' 
180 Jews burnt at Frankfort, by setting fire to their houses nearly half the City 
was destroyed. 

1245 4000 marks again extorted from the Jews by Henry III. 

1248 24 cart-loads of the Talmud, then only in manuscript, burnt at Paris by order of 
Pope Innocent IV. 

1260 The Jews haying rendered great services to Frederick II., of Naples, on his death 

bed he recommended them to the care and protection of his son Conrad, who 
considering that conyerting them to Christianity was the greatest benefit he 
could confer, he ordered them to be baptised or to quit the kingdom ; the 
principal Synagogue was taken for a Churoh, and dedicated to Sta. CataUna. 
1252 Judah Mosca, of Toledo, Physician to Alphonso X., called the Hebrew Cato, 
translated a curious Chaldean work on the name, property, and colour, of 360 
stones ; a most splendid illuminated manuscript of the work is in the Royal 
Library of St. Lorenzo at the Escurial ; he also translated yarious works on 
Astronomy. 

All Jews, who were not Mechanics, ordered to quit France. 

Conrad IV. persecuted the Jews in Germany. 

1255 The Alphonsine Tables composed, by Isaac ben Said, Hazan at Toledo, and others. 
Alphonso, of Castile, obtained redress from England for a Jew named Emanuel, 

who had been plundered by Goyernment. 

1256 R. Judah Cohen, of Toledo, translated into Latin, the Astronomical Works of 

Ayicena, and those of Acosta on the Celestial Sphere, into Spanish. 

1261 The Jews of Languedoc and the southern proyinces of France, declared to be 

eligible to the Magistracy. 

1262 700 Jews massacred in London by the Barons, and their principal Synagogue in 

Old Jewry burnt. 
1264 The Jews plundered in London, where the Constable of the Tower kindly afforded 
them an asylum ; also at Lincoln and Northampton ; Henry ordered the Mayors 
to protect them against similar outrages, and to proclaim that any one injuring 
them should answer it with life and limb. 
James I., of Arragon, inyited foreign Jews to settle in his kingdom. 
Boleslas V. granted a charter to the Jews -in Pofamd, as a security for their safety, 
1267 The oppressiye edict of the Council of Vienna against the Jews. 
1270 The Rabbles of England authorised to excommunicate those Jews who would not 

contribute to the repairs of their public Cemeteries.* 
1275 The statute of Judaism enacted. 

R. Zag, of Siyennenza, the Mathematican, wrote on the Astrolabium, Water and 
Quicksilyer Clocks, and also translated into Spanish yarious Arabian yrorks 
on Astronomy. 
1279 The barbarous edict of Edward I. 

280 Jews execute ih London on suspicion of clipping the coin. 
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ordered all except one in a City should be suppressed ; thereon the Bishop of 
London destroyed all withiii his diocese, but was ordered to allow them one, 
which the Jews rebuilt. 

1286 The celebrated R. Meir, (p^Ti) flourished at Rottenburgh, A. M. 6046. 

The people of Munich having murdered some Jews, the Magistrates not being 
able to suppress the riot, recommended them to retire to their Synagogue, 
in which they were all burnt, notwithstanding the endeayours of the Duke 
to save them. 

R. Judah Apenini Badrassi, author of an Epic Poem on Chess, and among other 
approved works the Examination of the World, (ttn^ TJ^na) flourished at 
Bezeires, A. M. 5046 ; his eloquence and oratory obtained for him from his 
Christian contemporaries the title of the Hebrew Cicero. 

1287 The Jews imprisoned throughout England. 

1288 banished from Gascony, by Edward I. of England, 
fined at Paris for chaunting too loud in their Synagogue. 

being ill-treated in Germany, on the accusation of having killed a 
Christian, the Emperor Rodolph, ordered the Archbishop of Metz 
publicly to preach that they had been falsely accused, and were not to 
be injured. 
Philip IV. of France, forbade the Clergy imposing fines on the Jews. 

1290 Edward I. banished the Jews from England under pain of death, but ordered 

that they should be kindly and honestly treated, not overcharged for their 
freights or passages, and that the indigent should be taken at rates conform- 
able to their circumstances ; about 16,000 quitted in one day, 9th October. 

1291 The Emperor Adolphus compelled the City of Berne, by force of arms, to re-admit 

the Jews it had exiled. 

1292 During the war between Adolphus of Nassau, and Albert of Austria, a peasant 

named Fleisch, incited the people of Franconia against the Jews, they tor- 
tured all they met ; many set fire to their houses, and perished with their 
families in the flames ; half of Nuremburgh was destroyed by the conflagra- 
tion; on tranquility being restored, that City, Nieumark, Rottenburg, and 
Amberg, were heavily fined by the Duke. 

1304 The learned R. Solomon ben Adereth, (KStfnn) flourished at Barcelona, A.M. 5064. 
R. Asher, of Rottenburg, (irK ^iS*^) quitted Germany and settled in Spain ; where 
from his profound learning, he became Chief of the College at Toledo, 
A. M. 5066. 

1306 Philip IV. seized all property belonging to Jews, and banished them from France, 
allowing them only to take their clothes and sufficient money to carry thera 
out of the kingdom ; at Paris, their Synagogues were converted into Churches, 
and their Cemeteries desecrated : the following year he recalled them. 

1309 The Edict for their banishment from the Papal States revoked, through the inter- 
cession of Robert, King of Naples and Jerusalem, on their paying lOyOOt^ 
crowns. 
John II., of Brabant, granted the Jews many privileges, and gave them the town 
of Gemappe for their residence ; being attacked there by the Knights of the 
Cross, he went to their assistance, and defeated the Knights. 
R. Isaac Israeli, the Mathematician and Astronomer, flourished at Toledo. 

1311 Again banished from France. 

1314 The Jews invited to return to France by Louis X. 

1320 The fanatics, called the Shepherds, put the Jews to the most cruel tortures, and 

murdered many ; a similar tragedy to that of York in 1190, took place at 
Verdun ; on their approach to Avignon, Pope John XXII., by his anathe- 
mas, put a stop to the barbarities. 
The Manuscripts of the Talmud burnt throughout Italy, by order of Pope 
John XXII. 

1321 On the accusation of having poisoned the rivers, many Jews were burnt and 

massacred in Provence, Languedoc, and Aquitaine. 

1322 R. Levi ben Gershon, (JsSn) the Commentator, flourished at Perpignan, A.M. 5082. 

Philip V. imprisoned the Jews at Paris to com^pel them to prove their debts, which 

he seized ; after obtaining 150,000 francs he condemned many to the A^es. 

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1333 Joseph de Astigi, Intendant of Finance to Alphonso II« 

1339 The Bishop of Spires forbids the persecution of the Jews. 

1340 R. David Abudarham, (Dn*naH) the Astronomer and Author of a learned Work on 

our Ritual, flourished at Seville, A. M. 5100. 
R. Bechayai, son of R. Asher, (^«*in ^*na ^iy\) flourished at Barcelona ; he was 
chief of the Jews in all Spain, A. M. 5100. 
1344 Lewis I., of Hungary, banished the Jews. 

1348 The Jews accused of causing the Plague, in France, by poisoning the rivers; 

many were unmercifully butchered, and all banished on the 22nd of July. 
Pope Clement Yt. reprobated the barbarities committed, and received them kindly 
in Avignon ; the Jews called him their father, their comforter. 

1349 The family of R. Asher destroyed themselves at Toledo, to avoid the barbarities of 

the populace, whom Alphonso was unable to restrain. 
The Flagellants plundered and burnt the Jews at Spires, Strasburg, and Frank- 
fort ; many public edifices in the latter city were destroyed by the conflagration. 
Many were also massacred by them in Brabant and Franconia. 
1351 John II. made a treaty with the .Tews for their re-admission into France, on pay- 
ing 14 florins for a man and wife, 1 florin for children and servants, and an- 
nuaUy 7 florins : they were permitted to hold landed property, to be free from 
all taxes except the land tax, and to enjoj every privilege they ever had in 
France. 
1366 Charles of Normandy recalled the Jews, but shortly after banished them. 
1364 Charles V., of France, renewed the treaty the Jews had made with John II., in 
1351, at first for Six, and subsequently for Ten Years. 
Casimir III., of Poland, granted many privileges to the Jews, and obtained from 
Pope Urban V. a protection for them against the clergy ; he took a Jewess, 
named Esther, for a mistress. 
1369 The Jews who defended Burgos for Peter the Cruel, would not surrender it to 
Henry of Trastemar, his natural brother, until assured of tlie death of their 
legitimate sovereign ; this loyalty led Henry to afford them his protection. 
1379 Don Meir, his physician, being suspected of having poisoned him, John I., his 
successor, intended banishing them ; they avoided it by payiug 50,000 crovms. 
1389 A Synagogue, fuU of people, burnt on the first day of Passover, at Prague ; all their 
Cemeteries were desecrated, many slew their families, and destroyed them- 
selves, to avoid the tortures of their barbarous persecutors. 
At Ulm every soul burnt in their houses. 12,000 also massacred at Metz. 
1891 Wincelaus cancelled all debts due by the Nobility to Jews. 

At Spires, all were put to the sword, except some children who were baptized. 
Many were massacred at Gotha, in Saxony. 

Henry III., of Castile's, persecution led to the murder of many in various parts 
of Spain : numbers then settled at Algiers, where they were governed by 
their own Judges. 
1392 The Magistrates of Seville and Cordova, unable to restrain the populace from 

plundering and murdering them. 
1394 Charles VI. banished the Jews from France. 

The Archdeacon of Ecija arrested and punished for instigating the populace 

against them. 
The magnificent Synagogue at Bologna built ; in that city they had received great 

encouragement and protection for many years. 
A superior Court for governing the Jews, under their Chief Rabbi, established by 
the King of Fez, at Mequinez. 
1400 Venice granted permission to the Jews to establish a bank. 

Banished the German empire by the Emperor Robert. 
1405 R. Meir Alvares, Physician to Henry III. of Castile, translated into Hebrew, the 

Ethics of Aristotle, A. M. 5165. 
1410 Ladislas permitted the Jews to settle at Naples. 
1415 The inhuman Bull of the Anti-Pope, Benedict XIII., published. 

R. Joseph Albo, author of a learned work on the Articles of Faith (p^^ "^fiO) 
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1415 Friar Vincente Ferrer instigated the populace against the Jews ; to save their 

liyes, 30,000 are said to hare been baptized. 

1416 Owing to many Jews being employed at Court by the Queen-Regent of Spain, the 

jealousy of the Nobles caused their persecution at Segovia. 

1417 On the Installation of Pope Martin V., the Rabbi presented him with a Book of 

the Law, on which he said ; '' I honour and reyerence the Law you receiyed 
from God, by Moses, but condemn your exposition of it." From this event 
many Popes have since exacted the same homage on their enthronement. 

1420 Many murdered and banished from Alexandria. 

1430 The Jews plundered, and many forcibly baptised, at Aix, in Provence. 

1434 The Council of Basle prohibited connection between Jews and Christians. 

1448 Pope Nicholas V. not only protected the Jews in his States, but wrote to Spain 
that '' they should not be forced to abjure their religion, and that they had 
a right to be admitted into public offices.'' 

1450 Many New Christians (the name given to those Jews who were baptised in Spain 

and Portugal), massacred at Toledo, where an act was passed, that, no de- 
scendant of a Jew could hold a public office. 

1451 The Jews banished from Silesia, when many were plundered and murdered. 
1454 Lewis X. ordered the Jews to quit 40 cities of Bavaria in one day at the same 

hour. 
1472 The Doge and Senate of Venice protected them from the populace, and ordered 
the Magistrates of Padua to treat them the same as all other subjects. 
Banished from Trent at three hours* notice, in revenge for their gallant defence of 

Buda, (for the Turks) against the attacks of the Christians. 
Bajazet II. appointed a Jew to be his Physician. 

R. Isaac Aboab, author of an esteemed work, (nn»Dn nn'OO) The Lamp of Light, 
flourished in Castile, A. M. 5232. 
1479 Dr. Abiatar^ of Merida^ operated successfully for Cataract, on Ferdinand of 

Aragon. 
1180 The Inquisition, established at Seville, in Spain. As the Scriptures forbid the 

shedding of human blood, those it condemned to death were burned. 
1482 Abraham Senior, Receiver-General of the Revenues of Castile. 

1484 R. Don Isaac Abarbanel, made Minister of Finance to Ferdinand and Isabella ; 

two years previously he had fled from Portugal, to avoid the fate the other 
Ministers of Alphonso V. sufiered from John II. 

1485 R. Solomon ben Virga, the celebrated Historian, Astronomer, and Physician, 

flourished in Spain, A. M. 5245. 

1486 The first Hebrew Book printed at Soncino, near Cremona. 

1488 Malaga taken from the Moors ; the New Christians found there who had returned 
to Judaism, were burnt by the Inquisition. 

1491 Bonnet de Lates, the Mathematician, Astronomer, and Physician, flourished: 

he invented the Astronomical Ring. 
A treaty made by the New Christians with the Duke of Medina Sidonia, to 
whose dominions they had fled for protection, for the purchase of the town 
and fortress of Gibraltar ; the Duke was compelled, by the populace, to 
break off the treaty when ready to be signed. 

1492 The severest calamity the Jews have suffered since their dispersion, was the edict 

of Ferdinand and Isabella, dated Granada, March 30 ; it set forth, that :— 
" Seeing that the Jews of our States, induce many Christians to embrace 
" Judaism, particularly the Nobles of Andalusia, for this, they are banished 
" under the severest penalties." 

The penalty was death, if found in the kingdom of Spain after four months, 
unless they embraced Christianity. The Inquisitor Torquemada prohibited 
Christians supplying them with Bread, Water, Meat, or Wine, after the 
month of April. When neither Justice or Humanity could touch the Royal 
breasts, Abarbanel had, by the offer of 600,000 crowns, in the name of his 
Nation, nearly procured ite revocation ; the interposition of Torquemada 
alone prevented it. Mariana estimates the number who quitted at 170,000 fa- 
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1492 had for centuries afforded them an asylum, that they had enlightened by 

that learning which cast a lustre on the darkness of the age ; they quitted 
the soil they had cultivated, the happy scenes of their youth, and the graves 
of their dearest ties, sooner than abjure the Religion of their Forefathers, 
or abandon that f^aw their Ancestors received on Mount Sinai. 
Notv^ithstanding the immense sacrifices made to realize their property, it 
is estimated they took with them 30 millions of Ducats,* exclusive of their 
plate, jewels, and precious stones. The exiles from Aragon went to Na- 
varre, from other parts many went to Italy, where they were kindly received, 
even at Rome, by Pope Alexander VI. ; although for this cruel act, he con- 
ferred the title of Catholic on the Crown of Spain. 

Some went to Turkey and Africa; the miseries they suffered are fully 
described by many authors. 

Those who went to Portugal and could pay eight Crusados a head, found 
an asylum for a short period ; the indigent were seized, and sent to colo- 
nize their ultramarine possessions. 

But for the submission and obedience, which our Religion inculcates, to the 
Laws of the Country that protect us, the despair and resentment of so many 
thousands (who would have found ready auxiliaries in the New Christians), 
might have shaken to its foundation the thrones of their persecutors. 
Abarbanel justly praises the forbearance of his Brethren. 

1495 R. Abraham Zacuto, who had been Professor of Astronomy, at Saragossa, ap- 

pointed Astronomer and Historiographer to Emanuel of Portugal, A.M. 6255, 
he is the aulhor of the Chronological Work, (j»DnV ■'SO) 

1496 At the instigation of Ferdinand and Isabella, (whose daughter he had married,) 

Emanuel, who had previously protected them, ordered the Jews to quit Por- 
tugal ; he named Viana, Oporto, and Lisbon, ports for their embaraktion, 
which he subsequently reduced to Lisbon only ; before the time appointed, 
orders were given, that children under 14 years of age should be taken from 
their Parents and baptised : many Mothers slew their children to avoid it ; 
the People, although bigoted, assisted to conceal them for their distressed 
parents. 

1499 The Jews banished the city of Nuremburglu 

1501 Banished from Provence by Louis XII. 

1503 Protected and favoured by Pope Pius III. 

R. Don Judah, son of Don Isaac Abarbanel, author of the Philography, flourished 
A. M. 5263, (he practised medicine at Genoa). 

1505 8000 New Christians massacred at Lisbon. 

1506 On Ferdinand becoming King of Naples, be banished 20,000 families ; many 

were refugees from Spain and Portugal. 

1508 Don Isaac Abarbanel died at Venice, A. M. 5268, at the age of 71 ; on quitting 

Spain he went to Naples, where he became Minister to Alphonso V., on 
whose death he held the same post under Ferdinand II. ; (when Charles VIII. 
overran the Neapolitan territory,) he accompanied this unfortunate Monarch 
in his exile, and remained with him until his death, when he settled at Venice 
the Senate engaged him to assist in forming the treaty with Portugal re- 
specting the Spice Trade ; his numerous writings, are universally admired. 

1509 The Jews banished from the Bishopric of Cologne. 

1510 Persecuted, and many murdered, throughout Brandenburgh. 

Pope Alexander VI. vnx>te to all the States of Italy, to grant the exiles from 
Spain and Portugal the same privileges as resident Jews. 

The Jews, at the taking of Tripoli, were made captives, and redeemed by those 
of Naples and Rome. 
1611 Daniel Bomberg established a Hebrew Printing Press at Venice. 

Samuel Alvarensi, a refugee from Spain, became the favourite of Abusaid, King 
of Fez, who having been killed, and his kingdom taken by the Cherifians, 
Alvarensi took the command of 400 of the late King's faithful vassals, and 
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1611 force he surprised and attacked their army of 30,000 men, and compelled 

them to raise the siege and return to Fez.* 
1513 Joseph Amon appointed Physician to Selim I. 

Sophi Ismael persecuted the Jews of Media and Persia. 
1517 Moses Amon translated the Hebrew ritual into Turkish, by order of the Sultan. 
R. Elias Leyita (nisa), Professor of Hebrew at Padua, A. M. 5277, Gram- 
marian, Lexicographer, and an able Critic. 
1519 Charles V. prevented by Cardinal Ximenes from permitting the Jews to return to 

Spain, for which they had offered him 800,000 Crowns. 
153M) Moses, son of Joseph Amon, Physician to the Sultan Solyman. 
The first edition of the Talmud printed at Venice. 

1521 The Jews^ on the approach of the Turks, were ordered to quit Milan. 

1522 Many privileges given to the Jews at Rhodes, on its being taken by Solyman. 

1523 Achmet, who had revolted against Solyman, in Egypt, commenced plundering 

the Jews ; they were saved by Ibrahim subduing him. 

1526 The Inquisition established in Portugal, by the impostor Saavedra.t . 

1527 The Plague having spread into Italy from the Grisons,and many Jews from Spain 

and Portugal having entered Italy by that road, they were accused of intro- 
ducing it, 8md banished from many Cities. 

1529 Charles V.'s intention of ordering the Jews to quit Bologna, abandoned at the in- 
tercession of the Nobles. 

1532 Andrew Doria made captives of the Jews he found at Sicily, Patras, Zante and 
Coron ; many were redeemed by the congregations of Italy. 

1534 Benvenida, wife of the great Don Samuel Abarbanel, appointed by Don Pedro 
de Toledo, Viceroy of Naples, Governess to his daughter Leonora, who was 
afterwards married to Cosmo de Medicis, Grand Duke of Tuscany. § 
The Jews banished from Sicily. 

1585 Many employed at Court by the Emperor of Morocco. 

The Jews taken at Tunis made captives, 150 were redeemed by the congrega- 
tions of Naples and Venice. 

1539 Attempts made to prejudice Pope Paul III. against the Jews of Avignon, to 

whom he had granted titles, honours, and many privileges. 

1540 R. Joseph Caro, Author of the ("^^ly \rhvy "pv nO ) Compendiums of the Jewish 

Laws 8md Customs, flourished at Saphet, A. M. 5300. 

The Walls of Jerusalem re-built by Solyman. 

R. Gnedaliah Jachiya, the Historian, Author of the Chain of the Cabala, or Tra- 
ditions (nf^Dpn r^wW), flourished at Imola, A. M. 5300. 

1541 The Emperor Charles V. banished the Jews from Naples. 
Andrew Doria made a treaty for eight years with the Jews of Milan. 

1643 Oran taken by the Spaniards ; the Jews, plundered and sold for slaves. 

1545 At Salonica, 5000 burnt, with their houses. Synagogues, and valuable libraries. 

1548 Henry II. invited the Jews of Mantua to settle in France. 

1550 Their Cemetery at Mantua taken from them by Margaret, the Duke's mother. 

Henry II., by letters patent, declared that Jews might purchase, inherit, and enjoy 
real estates, in France, as true denizens and subjects of the King. 

1555 The Tafanud burnt, throughout Italy, by order of Pope Julius HI. 

At Pesaro, the Synagogues plundered, and the Books of the Law desecrated. 

R. Joseph Cohen wrote the Annals of the Kings of France, and the Ottoman Em- 
pire (rfcn* ^aScS D*C»n 'nai), a work much esteemed, A. M. 5313. 
1554 The first Portuguese Jews going to Holland, driven by a storm to Embden, from 
whence they went to Amsterdam. 

1556 Pope Paul IV. laid a tax of 10 Ducats on each Synagogue for the instruction of 

Catechumens ; he persecuted the Jews greatly, but repented on his death- 
bed, for he then said " Whilst I live I will never hate them nor molest them 
" as I have done." 
Jacob Cansino sent on various Embassies to the African States, and appointed 

* Nomologia, p. 300, and Chronicas de loi Xarlfes. 
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1656 Spaikiflh Minister to the Court of Morocco ; his fiunily retained the post for 77 

years. 

1558 All Hebrew Books seized at Prague, but returned the following year. 

1560 Many Jews burnt in Germany, and banished from Prague on the accusation of 
causing the fires that took place in various parts of the Empire, but the in- 
cendiaries being discovered, they were recalled the same year by the Emperor 
Ferdinand. 
R. Moses Alshech, the great Commentator, flourished at Saphet, A. M. 5320. 

1569 On Feb. 26, Pope Pius V. ordered the Jews, under penalty of confiscation of 
their property, and becoming slaves, to quit all the Papal dominions, except- 
ing Rome and Ancona. 

1570 Selim II. took Cyprus, and granted the Jews many privileges. 

1571 Solomon BophA sent by Selim II. to negociate a treaty of Peace with Venice. 
R. Asarias de Rubies, Author of (D^l^y mKD) Light of the Eyes, flourished at 

Ferrara, A. M. 5331. 

1574 Maximilian II. put a stop to the persecution of the Jews in Moravia, where 
many had been burnt. 
Muley Mahommed had the Synagogue which had been destroyed at Fez, rebuilt ; 
he appointed a Jew to be his Prime Minister and High Treasurer. 

1675 The Regency of Henry III., of France, confirmed the priveliges granted tiie Jews 
by Henry II., and ordered the Magistrates to protect tiiem against any out- 
rages of the populace. 

1576 Permission given by Selim II. to establish Hebrew Printing Presses at Constan- 
tinople and Thessalonica. 

1578 All the rights and privileges, enjoyed by the Jews in Poland, guaranteed to them 
by Stephen Bathori on his election to the throne. 

1584 Abbas the Great, granted the Jews toleration in Persia, on paying a large sum, 
and fixing the period for the coming of the Messiah ; to obtain time, they 
fixed it at 70 years ; he then forced them to sign a treaty to become Moslems 
if it did not.take place, engaging for himself and subjects to embrace Judaism 
if it did.* 

1585 Pope Sixtus V. revoked all decrees against the Jews ; granted them many pri- 
vileges ; and admitted them into every City of the Ecclesiastical States. 

R. Meir obtained from him a Monopoly of the Silk Trade. 

1588 The Jews plundered at Bonn, by the Duteh, under General Sehenk. 
R. Liva Bitzleer, received the public thanks of the Emperor Rodolph 11., for the 

gallant conduct of the Jews in the defence of Prague. 

1589 A Fire having broken out in the Jews' Quarter at Constantinople, the Janisaries 
extinguished it; but not receiving the exorbitant demand they made for 
their services, they again set fire to it, and 3000 Houses were burnt, with 
property to the value of 50 Millions of Crowns, i 

1591 The learned R. Solomon Loria, (Svnno) of Poland, the great Cabalist, flourished 
A.M. 5351. 

Elias Montalto, Physician to Mary de Medicis, publicly allowed the free exer- 
cise of his Religion, at Paris. 

1592 Henry Julius, Duke of Brunswick, at the instigation of his Counsellors, ba- 
nished the Jews from the Duchy ; but recalled them shortly after. 

1593 Clement VIII,, renewed the edict of Pius V., allowing them only to reside in 
the Cities of Rome, Ancona, and Avignon. 

, 1594 In consequence of the frequent disputes between the Custom-House Officers and 

the Jews, Pope Clement VIII. appointed Consuls to arrange such difierences* 
j 1595 The Jews of Amsterdam being suspected of Catholicism, were surrounded by 

I an armed force at their House of Prayer on the day of Atonement ; but 

Hebrew Books being found instead of Crucifixes and Relics, they were 
authorised to remain, under condition of praying every Sabbath for the 
prosperity of the United Provinces. 



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1598 About this time Jews were first admitted at Hamburgh ; they were from the 
Portuguese Congregations of Amsterdam. 

160S The Jews permitted to build a Synagogue at Hambro', although the Catholics 
were not allowed to erect a Church. 

1613 A Conspiracy formed to destroy the Jews, discovered and frustrated by the Magis- 
trates of Frankfort ; but 6 months after, it was renewed. The Jews' Quarter 
was burnt, and they were obliged to quit the City ; the Authorities subse- 
quently sent for them, repaid their losses, (175,900 florins) and brought them 
back to the City with a military escort and music* 
The Philanthropic and generous Mordecai Maizel, of Prague, created a Baron 
of the Roman Empire, by the Emperor Mathias4 

1615 Owing to a Rebellion that broke out at Berlin, the Jews were also driyen from 

Worms and Frankfort ; they were well received in the Palatinate ; the Re- 
bellion being put down, the Duke recalled them. 

1616 R. Isaac ben Abraham, published his celebrated Work, (ruicti pijn) The 

Defence of the Faith, at Cracow, A. M. 5376. 
Samuel Palache, Ambassador from Muley Sidan, to the United Provinces, died 
at the Hague ; he was buried with great pomp and honor, Prince Maurice 
and many Noblemen follownig the Corpse. 

1625 Jacob Batseba, created a Baron of the Roman Empire, by the Emperor Ferdi- 
nand II4 

1634 Jews permitted to settle in Switzerland. 

1637 Bagdad taken by Amurath IV., who granted many privileges to the Jews. 

1640 Samuel Castoel, Governor of Cxxshin, succeeded by a namesake.§ 

1641 R. Isaac Aboab and R. Raphael Moses De Aguilar, with about 600 Jews, went 

to the Brazils, in consequence of the Dutch Grovemment granting toleration 
in that Colony. Many New Christians residing there^ returned to the religion 
of their Ancestors. 

1642 R. Menasseh ben Israel, who was a much esteemed Writer, on the 22nd May, 

delivered a Complimentary Address to Her Majesty Henrietta, Queen 
Consort of Charles I. of Great Britain, and the Prince of Orange, on their 
visit to the Portuguese Synagogue, at Amsterdam. 

1643 R. Jacob Judah Leon, of Amsterdam, published his Description of the Temple 

of Solomon, of which he had previously made an exact Model, A.M. 6403. 

1646 Christina of Sweden, employed J. Senior Teixeira, as her Agent at Hamburgh. 

1647 John IV. appointed G. Nunes Da Costa, Portuguese Consul, and subsequently 

Agent and Resident at the Hague ; and was honored by him with Letters 
Patent of Nobility. The services he rendered the United Provinces were so 
highly appreciated by the States General, that they presented him with a 
Gold Chain and a Medal set in Diamonds.tt 

1648 The persecutions in Poland under John Casimir, the Jesuit Cardinal King. 
1650 The cultivation of the Sugar Cane first introduced into Martinique, by Benjamin 

Da Costa.f 

1653 The Jews settle at Surinam. 

R. Jacob Abendana translated the Mishna vrith the Commentaries of Maimonedes 
and Bartenora, into Spanish ; his original manuscript is in one of the Li- 
braries at Cambridge. 

1654 On the Portuguese obtaining possession of the Brazils, the Jews were ordered 

to quit, but every indulgence was granted them; they were allowed to 
take away their property ; and 16 Vessels were famished them by Govern- 
ment to convey them wherever they chose, furnishing them passports and safe- 
guards. 
Christina of Sweden, after her Abdication and changing her Religion, resided 
for some time at Hamburgh, with her former Agents the Teixeiras. 

1655 R. Menasseh ben Israel, came to England with other Jews, at the invitation of 

Mr. Secretary Thurloe,** when he presented petitions to Cromwell and the 
Parliament, in behalf of his Brethren. 
• Josf s Geschite der laraeUten, Bd. 8. I Menasaeh ben Israel, (SmV* JTpD) 

h Barrios* Historia Universal Judaica, p. 3. ^ Gre^ire Cultes Religieuses, torn. 3. 

•• Petition of Thomas Violet to Parliament tl Lcti's Comptndio deUe virta Eroichc, part 2, p. 12a» 

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less A Ck>uncil was held at Whitehall, the 4th Dec, to which were Bummoned the 
Lord Chief Justice Glynn, the Lord Chief Baron Steele, the Lord Mayor, the 
Sheriffs of London, sundry Merchants, and Diyines, to take into consideration 
the proposals made by R. Menasseh ben Israel, in manner following :^ 

^* These are the graces and favours which, in the name of my Hebrew 
nation, I Menasseh ben Israel do request of your most Serene Highness 
(whom God make prosperous and give happy success to, in all the enter- 
prises as your Serene Highness could wish and desire.) — 

lit. That our Hebrew Nation be received and admitted in this puissant Commonwealth, under 
the protection and safeguard of your Highness, even as the natives themselves. And, for the 
greater security in time to come, I supplicate your Highness to cause an oath to be given 
(if you should think fit), to all the Heads and Generals of armies, to defend us on all 
occasions. 

Snd. That it please your Highness to allow ns Public Synagogues, not only in England, but 
also in other places under the power of your Highness, and to observe in all things our Reli- 
gion as we ought. 

3rd. That we may have a place, or Cemetery, out of the town, to inter our dead, without 
being troubled by any. 

4th. That we may be permitted to deal in all sorts of Merchandize thevsame as others. 

6th. That (to the end that those who shall come may be for the utility of this nation, and may 
live without brinf^ng prejudice to any, and not to give offence) your most Serene Highness 
will make choice of some person of qiulity to inform himself of, and receive the passports 
of, those who shall come in, who upon their arrival shall certify him thereof, and oblige 
themselves by oath to maintain fealty to your Highness in this land. 

6th. And (to the Intent that tliey may not be troublesome to the Judges of the Land, touching 
the contests and differences that may arise betwixt those of our Nation) that your most Se- 
rene Highness will give license to the Head of the Synagogue to take with him two Alm- 
oners of his Nation, to accord and determine all the differences and process according to 
the Mosaic Law, with Uborty, nevertheless, to appeal fh>m the said sentence to the Civil 
Judges, the sum wherein the parties shall be condemned, being first deposited. 

7th. That, In case that there have been any Law against our Jewish Nation, that they may, in 
the first place, and before all things, be revoked, to the end that, by these means, we 
may remain with greater security imder the safeguard and protection of your Serene 
Highness. 

Which things you most Serene Highness granting to us, we shall always re- 
main affectionately obliged to pray to God for the prosperity of your High- 
ness, and of your most illustrious and most sage Council ; that it will please 
Him to give happy success to all the undertakings of your most Serene 
Highness. Amen." ♦ 

The Council met again on the 7th, 12th, and 14th, on which day 

The Jews were admitted into England. ^' Now were the Jews admitted.''^ 

On the 18th Dec, the conference concerning the proposals about the admission 
of the Jews, ended without further adjournment or coming to a decision. 

The Judges declared there was no law which forbade the Jews' return into 
England. As the Divines were much divided in opinion, some asserting 
that the Scriptures promised their conversion, Cromwell § declared 
that, since there was a promise for their conversion, means must be 
used to that end, which is the preaching of the Grospel, and that can- 
not be had, unless they are admitted where the Gospel is preached; in 

* conclusion the public admission was laid aside, as a thing decried by the 
Clergy, but after hearing the debates, Cromwell and his Council did give 
a toleration and dispensation to a great number of Jews to come and live 
here in London,f and granted them permission to build a Synagogue.** 
1656 The First Portuguese Synagogue in Ring-street, Duke's-place. 

The Burial-ground at Mile-End, where the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Hos- 
pital now stands, taken on a lease for 909 years. 

The expulsion of the Jews from Switzerland prevented by the opposition of some 
of the Cantons. 

The following Advertisement appears in the Mercurius Politicus, 7 — 14th Feb. — 
" A Short Introduction to the Hebrew Tongue (the like never before published) 
" by John Davis. Sold by Humphrey Moseley, Prince's Arms, St. Paul's 
« Churchyard." 

• Public Intelligencer, 17-«4th December, and Mercurius PoUtlcus, 20— 27th December, 1665. 
t Evelyn's Memoirs, vol. 1, p. 288. $ Burton's History of Oliver Cromwell, p. I3fl, 

IT Thomas Violet's Petition. •• Bishop Burnett's History of his own Times, vol. 1, p. 17. 

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1656 Louii XIV. confirmed the Lettert Patent of Henry II. (1550), to the Jewi, 
1057 Isaac Britto, the first interment in our Borial-ground. 

1659 The Dutch West India Company granted a Charter to David Nassy, and other 

Portngoese Jews, for the Colonisation of the Island of Cayenne.* 

1660 January 18th, Thomas Violet, a Goldsmith, petitioned the King and Parliament 

to order the Jews to quit England, and to confiscate their property. 
1662 Thomas Greenhalgh visited the Portuguese Synagogue, where he found upwards 
of 100 men, apparently of affluence, and the Ladies very richly attii«d.| 

1664 Cayenne taken by the French ; the Dutch inhabitants and Jews obliged to quit ; 

the latter went to Surinam. 
In consequence of threats having been made to the Jews as to the security of 
their persons and properties, they petitioned the King (Charles II.), who 
by order hi Council of Aug. 22nd, declared that— 

** As long as they demean themselves peaceably, and with due submissipn 
^ to the Laws, ^ey may promise themselves the efiects of the same favour 
** as formerly." 

1665 The British Government, at Surinam, by proclamation, dated Aug. 17, confirmed 

all former privileges of the Jews ; guaranteed to them the full enjoyment, and 
free exercise of their Religion, Rites, and Customs, and added that, any 
summons issued against them on their Sabbath or Holidays, should be null 
and void ; that, except on urgent occasions, they should not be called on to do 
any public duties on those days ; that civil cases, not exceeding the value of 
10,000 lbs. of Sugar, should be decided by their Elders, the Magistrates being 
bound to execute the sentence ; and that they might bequeath their property 
according to their own Law of Inheritance. 

Ten acres of land were also given to them for the erection of a Synagogue, 
and such other buildings as the Congregation might require. 
To induce foreign Jews to settle there, it was also declared, that Jews 
coming from any Country, should be considered as British bom subjects. 
For which they were bound to obey all decrees of the King of England, pro- 
vided they did not infringe on their privileges .§ 

1666 The Impostor Sabbathai Zevi pretended to be the Messiah. 

The persecution of the Jews, in Persia, commenced, and lasted three years. 

1667 Muley Aichey granted many privileges to the Jews of Morocco, in return for 

having succeeded in his rebellion by the money (£400,000) he plundered 
from a Jew. 

Surinam being taken by the Dutch, the privileges of the Jews confirmed to them 
and they were to be entitled to all the rights of Dutch bom subjects. 

The States General of Holland presented Joseph Athias with a Gold Chain, for 
his correct and beautiful edition of the Hebrew Bible. 

R. David Cohen de Lara, of Amsterdam, published a part of his Rabinical Talmu- 
dical Lexicon (nJVID "^HS), with the meaning of each word iii the Chaldean, 
Syriac, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Greek, Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, 
Portuguese, German, Saxon, and English languages ; after 40 years' labour, 
he had, at his death, only completed as far as the tentii letter (^) Yod. 
1660 The Jews banished from Vienna, by Leopold I., on stispicion of having shot his 
favorite Mistress, a Jewess, named Esther, while crossing the Bridge of 
Leopoldstadt. 

Banished from Oran. 
1670 Surinam being finally ceded to the Dutch, many Jews quitted with the English ; 
they settled at Jamaica and the other West India Islands. 

The privileges they enjoyed at Metz, confirmed by Louis XIV. 

Liberty^ of Conscience and Toleration granted them in Persia. 

Emanuel Belmonte, accredited agent for Spain to the United Provinces ; the SpanisI^ 
Ambassador had orders to consult him on all matters of moment : for his ser- 
vices, he was created Baron de Belmonte, by Charles 11. of Spain ; and 
was much esteemed by all the Allies, whom he rendered great assistance.f 

* Eisai Historique sur la Colonie de Surinam, p. 113. t Manoscript in the Harleian GoUectioft, 

h Emai Historique sur la CoIonle de Surinam, p. 123. 
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1670 F. Lopes Suasso, also for his services in the same cause^ was created BaroD 
D'Ayema, by Charles II. of Spain.* 

1673 Re-admitted at Vienna, the Assassins of Esther haying been discovered. 

Indicted in London for meeting for Public Worship ; they petitioned the King, that 
daring their stay they might remain unmolested, or that time should be given 
them to withdraw from the Country : on the 11th February, the King in 
Council ordered ^< that the Attorney-General stop all proceedings, and that 
they receive no further trouble in this behalf.'' 

1683 The Jews ordered to quit the French Colonies. 

1684 Joseph de Toledo, concluded a Treaty with the United Provinces for Muley 
Ismael. 

1685 37 Jewish Merchants arrested on the Exchange, on Writs obtained under the 
Statute 23rd q/ Slizabethy for not attending any Church, they petitioned the 
King for his protection and for the free exercise of their Religion ; and on the 
I3th Nov. the King in Council, 26 Nobles t being present, ordered, " that the 
<< Attorney-General do stop all the said proceedings. His Majesty's intention 
** being that they should not be troubled upon this account, but they should 
'< quietly enjoy the free exercise of their Religion, whilst they behave them- 
^ selves dutifully and obediently to his Government." 

Pope Innocent XI. obtained from the Republic of Venice, the release of the Jews 

who had been made prisoners in the Morea by General Morosini. 
All Jews found in the French Colonies ordered to be seized and their properties 
confiscated. 

1687 The Jews excluded from Russia by Peter the Great. 

1690 The petition of the Council of Jamaica, to order the Jews to quit the Island, re- 
fused by William III. 

1602 The First German Synagogue in London, in Broad-court, Duke's-place, on the 
site of the present Great Synagogue. 

1696 The Jews in England at this period must have been numerous, for an Almanack 
was printed at Oxford in this year, having a daily Christian Calendar on one 
side, and the Jewish on the opposite. 

1607 Alexander Nunes da Costa succeeded to his father's posts and honours, although 
the most powerful interests had been used by various parties to obtain the 
high offices he held. 

1701 The learned R. David Neito, (author of the p HttD) appointed Chief Rabbi of 
the Portuguese Congregation, of London. 

1700 Levin Joseph, the celebrated Engraver, at Berlin ; engraved on a Diamond, of 25 
Carats, the Royal Arms of Prussia^ surmounted with the Crown, for Fred. I. 

1712 The Marquis of Langallerie proposed, that an island of the Archipelago should 
be givm to the Jews, for the establishment of an Independent State.§ 

1723 Louis XV. confirmed the rights of Jews to hold real estates, and added, ^^ without 
« their being obliged to take out letters of naturalization.'' 
First acknowledgement, by Act of Parliament, of Jews being British subjects :-— 
^ Whenever any of His Majesty's subjects, professing the Jewish Religion, 
'< shall pi^sent themselves to take the Oath of Abjuration, the words ' on the 
" ^ faith e/a ChrUUan^* shall be omitted out of the said oath, and the taking 
^ of it, by such persons, professing the Jewish Religion, without the words 

* Letrs Compendio delle virtu Eroiclie, pt. 2, p. 124. 

% Present :— 
Th£ Kiiro's Most Excbllnxt Majesty. 
H. R. H. Prince George. Archbishop of Canterbury. Bishop of London. 

The Lords Chancellor, Treasurer, Privy Seal, and Chamberlain. 
The Dukes of Ormond and Queensberry. 
TIw Earls of Huntingdon, Bridgewater, Berkeley, Nottingham, Plymouth, Craven, 
Petei4M>rough, Middletcm, Sunderland, Morray. 
/ Viscounts Fauconberg, Preston, Melfort. 

Lords Dartmouth and Godolphin. 
And the Chancellor of the Exchequer. 

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1723 < " aforesaid, in the maimer as Jews are admitted to be sworn to gi?e evidenoe 

<< in Courts of Justice, shall be deemed a sufficient taking." 
1730 Moses Lopez Pereira created Baron d'Aguilar by the Emperor Charles VI., and 

appointed Treasurer to the Empress as Queen of Bohemia. 

1735 SQsz Oppenheim, Finance Minister to Charles, Duke of Wirtemberg; his oppres- 

sive c(«duct towards the people caused the Jews to be ill-treated. 

1736 The Duke of Ripperda proposed, that an independent establishment should be 

formed for the Jews.* 
1738 Christian VI., King of Denmark, having opened all trades to the Jews, those of 

Copenhagen established a Society for giving premiums to all who learned 

trades. 
1740 The Jews invited by Charles II. to return to Naples and Sicily. 

An Act of Parliament passed, " that those Jews who had already resided in the 

" American Colonies, or who have served as Mariners during the war, two 

<< years in British ships, are become natural bom subjects of Great Britain 

<< without taking the Sacrament.'' 

1749 M : J. Pereira, Interpreter at the Royal Library, Paris, on the 11th of June, ex- 

plained his method of Instructing the Deaf and Dumb, since successfully 
adopted by TAbb^ TEp^e. 

1750 Tobias Mayer, Professor of Mathematics at Gottingen, invented the repeating re- 

flecting circle, to rectify astronomical observations. 
The Great Philosopher, Moses Mendelsohn, flourished. 
A Jew sent as Ambassador to Denmark by the Emperor of Morocco. 
Toleration granted to the Jews in Prussia by Frederick II., on the most intolerant 

conditions. 
The Thanks of Government, and two Silver Cups, presented to Moses Naar and 

Gabriel de la Fatte, for their zeal in suppressing a revolt of the Negroes in 

Surinam, t 

1753 Restrictions and a Capitation Tax laid on the Jews by the Duke of Lorraine. 
The Naturalization Bill passed in England. 

1754 Repealed, owing to the petitions of the City of London and other places. 
The provisions of the Marriage Act not to affect Jewish Marriages. 

£1200 left by Elias de Paz for founding a Jesiba, confiscated to the Crown, 

(being deemed for superstitious purposes) and given by George II. to the 

Foundling Hospital. 
1762 Catharine of Russia granted Toleration to the Jews : those of the Crimea and 

the Ukraine had been long protected by Government. 
1772 An Act passed that Jews, on a residence of 7 years in any of the Colonies, shall 

be entitled to all the rights and privileges of British subjects. 
1778 Colonel David Franks confidential Aid to General Washington. 

1780 The Jews of Metz sent Deputies with a petition to Louis XVI., to repeal all or- 

dinances against them. 
The Emperor Joseph II. evened the Schools and Universities of the Empire to 
the Jews ; granted them the privilege of taking degrees in Philosophy, 
Medicine, and Civil Law ; allowed them to foUow any trade or establish 
manufactories (except of Gunpowder) ; subjected thera to the same laws as 
Christians, and allowed them to attend Fairs in towns where they were not 
domiciled. 

1781 A Gold Medal given by the States of Holland to J. d' Almeida, for his gallant 

conduct in an action off the Doggerbank, on Aug. 5. 

1783 Zalkind Hourwitz, Interpreter at the Royal Library, Paris, invented a Universal 

Language, considered superior to the Pasigraphy : he gained the prize at 
Metz, for a memorial in favour of the Jews. 

1784 Louis XVI. revoked the oppressive laws of Lorraine against the Jews. 

1788 Malesherbes appointed President of a C/ommission to re-model, on principles of 
Justice, all Laws respecting the Jews. 



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1789 The privileges of Corporations opened to the Jews in Denmark. 

Elias Levy made Minister to the Emperor of Morocco ^ disgraced, and sold to a 
slave-dealer at Tunis ; he was subsequently redeemed, and reinstated in his 
post of Minister. 

1790 The Jews of France claim rights of citizenship. 

Solomon Hassan, Spanish Consul at Tetuan, beheaded by order of the Emperor 
of Morocco, for informing his Government of the intended attack on Ceuta. 

1791 All distinctions between Jews and other citizens abolished in France. 
The celebrated Letter of M : Berr-Isaac*Berr, of Nancy, published. 

1792 Six Battalions of Jews formed part of the Army cantoned at Praga, for the de- 

fence of Warsaw.* 

1794 A Regiment of Cavalry, composed entirely of Jews, fought under Kosciuszko, for 

tiie Independence of Poland. 
J. H. Sumbal came to London as Envoy from the Emperor of Morocco. 

1795 The Batavian JRepublic gave the Jews the same rights as other citizens. 

1796 Levy Myers, Esq. Member of the Legislature of South Carolina. 
The Public Schools at Dessau opened to the Jews. 

1798 M : Da Costa Athias, President, Dr. Lemon and M : C. Asser, Members, of the 
National Convention of the Batavian Republic. 

1800 The Universities and Public Schools, in Denmark, opened to the Jews. 

1801 A Society of Dutch Jews proposed a plan for a General Congress of Representa- 

tives from all the Congregations in Europe, to meet at Luneville. 
M : Israel Jacobson, Privy Counsellor to the Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburg, es- 
tablished a Hebrew College at Seezen, in Germany. 

1804 Prohibitory laws against the Jews renewed in Switzerland. 

M: J. D. Meyer, made Judge of the Tribunal de Premiere Instance^ at Amster- 
dam, and Member of the Provincial States. 
The Jews of Poland prohibited acting as Pedlars. 

1805 Aaron Cardozo, Esq., sent as Envoy by the British Government to the Bey of 

Oran, with whom he concluded a treaty, Nov. 5. 
The Emperor Alexander of Russia allowed the Jews to exercise handicraft Trades. 

1806 May 30th. The Emperor Napoleon convoked a Meeting of Jewish Deputies 

from the French Departments. 
July 26th. The First Meeting held : the Minister, on finding that he had inad- 
vertently fixed it on a Sabbath day, proposed an adjournment, which 
was declined by the Deputies who stated, that their Laws commanded 
a prompt obedience to the orders of their Sovereign. 
Sep. 18th. A Grand Sanhedrin proposed by the Minister, and that the Syna- 
"* gogues of Europe be invited to send Deputies. 

„ 26th. An invitation given to the Synagogues of Europe to join the Sanhe- 
drin at Paris. 
Dec. 9th. Consistories established in France; since adopted in many other 

countries. 
l*he Prince of Parma and Piombino placed the Jews on the same footing as his 
other subjects. 

1807 R. Abraham Cologna decorated with the order of the Iron Crovni, by the Em- 

peror Napoleon. 

M : M. C. Asser made Referendary to the Council of State. 

Ezekiel Hart, Esq., returned a Member of the House of Assembly, in Canada; 
the French party, to gain an additional Partizan, moved his exclusion on ac- 
count of his Religion, which was carried. The House having been dissolved 
by the Governor, he was again returned to the New House. 

1808 M : Israel Jacobson, Privy Counsellor to the Duke of Mecklenburgh, made a 

Knight of the Westphalian Crown ; through his representations, many of the 
States of Germany rescinded the Capitation Tax. 
Many Jews, in Westphalia, admitted to public offices, and various restrictions 
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1808 The Royal Dukes visited the Great German Synagogae, in Dnke's-place. 

Dr. Bloch's yalnable Cabinet incorporated with the Mnsenm of Berlin, his work 
on Ichthyology is much esteemed. 

M : Nahum Funkalstein, of Sklow petitioned the Russian Goyemment for per- 
mission to establish Colonies in Nicolajow ; to encourage it the Groremment 
exempted the settlers from all taxes and military service for 20 years : they 
built several villages, to which they gave Hebrew names,* and are indus^ 
triously employed in agriculture. 1 

1809 The Grand Duke of Baden relieved the Jews from all Disabilities. 

Dr. Cappadoce and M : D. Meyer knighted by Louis, King of Holland ; the 
Legion of Honour conferred on them by the Emperor Napoleon, and the Bel- 
gic Lion by the present King of the Netherlands. 

1810 Moses Myers, Esq., Member of the Legislature of South Carolina. 

Henry Jacobs, Esq., being returned a Member of the Legislature of North Caro- 
lina, a motion was made to refuse him on account of his Religion, it was 
unanimously rejected. 

1812 The oppressive laws against the Jews, in Prussia, repealed by Frederic III., who 

admitted them to Civil Liberty. 
The Duke of Mecklenburgh-Schewrin and the Prince-Primate of Frankfort also 
relieved them from Disabilities. 

1813 The King of Bavaria admitted the Jews to Civil Rights, opened all professions and 

trades to them, and exempted them from any particular imposts. 
Mordecal M. Noah, Esq., Consul at Tunis for the United States of America. 
M : A. M. de Leon and M : J. D. Meyer, appointed Members of the Commission 

for Preserving Tranquillity at Amsterdam, on the revolution, in &vour of the 

House of Orange. 
Native Jews of Westphalia permitted to possess land free of Seignorial rights* 

All schools opened to them. But Foreign Jews not to be admitted, unless to 

establish manufactories. 
Masahod C. Macnin, Esq., appointed Envoy from Muley Soliman, Emperor of 

Morocco, to the British Government. 

1814 Civil Liberty given, and every restriction removed from the Jews in Denmark. 
The Free Citie$ of Lubeck and Bremen compel the Jews to quit their jurisdictions. 
M : A. Mendes de Leon elected Alderman for the City of Amsterdam. 

M : J. de Meyer appointed Secretary to the Commission for forming a New Code 
for the Kingdom of the Netherlands ; the Order of the Belgic Lion conferred 
upon him. 

1815 The following shows, that the Illustrious Members of the Congress of Vienna were 

not unmindful of the Jews : — 

Article XVI. 
^ The Congress will consider the best possible means of effecting a uniform 
*< amelioration of the followers of the Jewish Religion throughout Grermany, 
** and particularly of granting them the enjoyment of Civil Rights in the Al- 
" lied States, in return for their taking on themselves all Civil Duties. Mean- 
^* while it guarantees to the professors of that Faith, the rights already 
" granted them by single States of the Alliance. 

1817 M : C. Meyer made a Knight of the Belgic Lion, and Referendary to the Ministry 

of Justice. 

1818 An attempt made to prevent Jews attending the Fair of Leipsic. 

1819 M. M. Noah, Esq. elected Sheriff of the City of New York. 

1820 The Jews admitted, and Toleration granted to them, at Lisbon, by John VI. 
Judah Benoliel, Esq., of Gibraltar, appointed Consul by the Emperor of Morocco, 

with power to appoint Vice-Consuls wherever he might think fit, 
1822 Nathan Meyer Rothschild, Esq. appointed Austrian Consul, and created a Baron 
of the Austrian Empire, by the Emperor Francis I. ; his Brothers also re- 
ceived the same honour. 

I Jost's Oeschite der Israeliten , Bd. 9. 

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1824 Louis XVIII. conferred on Aaron Cardosso, Esq., of Gibraltar, the Knighthood of 

the Legion of Honour. 
M : J. Boas, appointed one of the three Magistrates of Amsterdam. 

1825 Nathan Levy, Esq., appointed American Consul to the Island of St. Thomas. 
Sardinia having sent a fleet against Morocco, the differences were settled by Judah 

Benoliel, Esq., Consul at Gibraltar. 

1826 The Chevalier Gamba relates, that he met near Kouba, in Southern Russia, with 

a Jewish village, that had existed from time immemorial. 
The celebrated Advocate Cr^mieux (the defender of M : Guemon de RanviUe, 

ex^Minister of Charles X.), successfully defended his ee-religimiaries from a 

ceremonial oath on the Books of the Law, which had formerly been exacted 

from them in France. 
The Advocate Ouliff, also a Jew, procured, at Metz, the reversal of a sentence for 

a Client, who was condemned solely from not having taken the above oath. 

1827 Restrictions laid on the Jews at Rome, by Pope Leo XII. 
Mordecai Myers, Esq.. Member of the Legislature of Georgia. 

Meir C. Macnin, Esq., appointed Envoy from the Emperor of Morocco, Muley 
Abda-rahman, to the Court of St. James'. 

1828 Various Regulations respecting the Jews made by the Emperor Nicolas. 
Baron N. M. de Rothschild appointed Austrian Consul-General. 

1830 April 5th. A Bill to remove all Civil Disabilities, passed the first stage in the 

House of Commons by a majority of 18. 
May 17th. Lost at the Second Reading, by a majority of 63. 
The Chamber of Deputies in France, by a minority of 140, voted that the Jewish 

Clergy be paid by the State. 
Also Voted by the Chamber of Peers, by a majority of 52. 
Moses Myers, Esq. Collector of the Customs, at Norfolk, Virginia. 
M : J. Mendes de Leon, Alderman of Amsterdam, made a Knight of the Belgic 

Lion. 

1831 Jews admitted to the Freedom of the City of London. 

Alexander Bravo and Philip Lucas, Esqs. appointed Magistrates and Assistant 
Judges in Jamaica. 

1832 Jacob de Pass and Abraham Issiacs, Esqs. appointed Magistrates and Assistant 

Judges in Jamaica. 

Samuel Judah, Esq. Member of the Legislature of Indiana. 

M. M. Noah, Esq. appointed Surveyor of the Port of New York. 

M : Brandon Mondolpho, 1st Lieutenant of Artillery, Decorated with the Military 
Order of William of Holland. 

Chapman Levy, Esq. Member of the Senate of South Carolina. 

Died of the Cholera, aged 21, Arthur Lumley Davids ; who at the early age of 
15 completed a Turkish Grammar; he was well acquainted with the 
Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, French, Italian, and German Lan- 
guages ; his admirable Lectures on the Philosophy of the Jews, delivered 
when only 18 years of age, procured for him, from some highly Literary 
Characters, the cognomen of the Modem Mendelsohn. 

1833 April 17th. A Bill for the Relief of the Jewish Disabilities again brought into 

the House of Commons. 
May 22nd. Second Reading, carried by a majority of 137. 
June 26th. At the Third Reading, Four Amendments were moved by its Op^ 

ponents, which they lost by majorities of 93— 95— 84— 91. 
August 1st. Rejected by a majority of 50 in the House of Lords. 

1834 May 28th. A Bill again introduced, and passed the various stages in th^ 

House Commons. 
June 23rd. Lost at the Second Reading in the House of Lords, by a majority 

of 92. 
M : B. Fould, Elected Member of the Chamber of Deputies, for St. Quintin. 

1835 D. Salomons, Esq. Elected Sheriff of London and Middlesex. 

Louis Philippe, King of the French, demanded satisfaction of the City of Mul- 
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1835 The King of Piedmont, prohibited Jews holding Landed Property without liitf 

Special License. 
Sheriff Salomons, chosen Alderman for the Ward of Aldgate, by the Suffrages of 

his Fellow-citizens. 
Jacob Montefiore, Esq. appointed a Commissioner for the Colonization of South 

Australia. 
Louis Philippe conferred the Order of the Legion of Honor on M : J. D. Myers, 

of Amsterdam. 

1836 M : J. de Castro, Alderman of the Hague, had the Knighthood of the Belgic Lion 

conferred on him by the King of the Netherlands. 
.M : J. Teixeira Nunes, made a Member of the Equestrian Order of theProvince 

of Holland. 
May 31st. The Chancellor of the Exchequer mov^d to go into Committee, to 
consider the Laws imposing Civil Disabilities on His Majesty's 
subjects, professing the Jewish Religion. 
June 1st. Resolution reported : *^ That it is expedient to remove all Civil Dis- 
** abilities at present existing, with respect to His Majesty's subjects 
'^ professing the Jewish Religion ; with the like exceptions, as are 
'^ provided with respect to his Majesty's Subjects professing thd 
" Roman Catholic Religion." 
13th. Bill presented ; and read the First time. 
Aug. 3rd. Read a Second time. Agreed to in Committee, the 12th. 
15th. Read % Third time ; and passed the House of Commons. 
Presented) and read a First time in the House of Lords. 
l9th. Second Reading postponed by the Marquess of Westminster. 
M : B. Fould, re-elected for the Third time. Member of the Chamber of Deputies, 

for St. Quintin. 
The Government of Hesse, proposed to the States, the Emancipation of the Jews. 
Jews prohibited Cultivating Land in Prussia. 
In Prussia, all Contracts with Jews, ordered to be made in the presence of a 

Magistrate. 
In Russia, Jews taking Degrees in Medicine, declared eligible to be employed 

in the State, 
Colonel M. J. Cohen, appointed Aide-de-Camp to the Governor of Maryland. 
Lieutenant Urriah Levy, made a Captain in the Navy of the United States. 

1837 Jan. 1st. 5000 Jews perished at Saphet and Tiberias, by an Earthquake. 
The Jews Emancipated by the States of Hanover, during the Vice-Royalty of 

H. R. H. the Duke of Cambridge. 
M. Montefiore, Esq. Elected Sheriff of London and Middlesex. 
J. J. Sanguinete and D. Hart, Esqs. Elected Members of the House of Assembly, 

Jamaica. 
Sheriff Montefiore, Knighted by Her Majesty Qu6en Victoria. 

1838 M : J. M. de Leon and M : F. Asser, Members of the College for nominating the 

Delegates of Amsterdam, to the Provincial States of Holland. 
Alexander Bravo, Esq. made a Member of Her Majesty's Council, Jamaica. 
D. Salomons, Esq. appointed a Magistrate for the County of Kent. 
The Municipality of Ofen, in return for the munificent Charity of the Jews to 

the Sufferers by the late Inundation, declared them free to become Landholders 

and Citizens. 
The Hereditary Title of Baron, recognised by the British Government, to Lionel, 

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Pajre. 

Explanatory Introduction 1 

The Jewish Year , 6 

The Lunar Months 6 

Days on which the 1st day of Passover cannot happen, and the causes .... 7 

Days on which New Year cannot fall „ 

The Time of New Year 8 

Table of Cycles of the detailed Calendar 9 

Rule to find if the Year is Ordinary or EmboUsmic, with Example „ 

Rule to find the time of the New Moon, or Conjunction, from one month to another 

with Example 10 

Rule to find the same from one year to another, if an Ordinary year, with Example 11 

if an EmboUsmic year, with Example „ 

from one Cycle to another, with Example ....... „ 

Rule to find if the year is perfect, imperfect, or common, with flxample .... „ 

To find the day on which the Prayer for Rain commences 13 

Table shewing the annual difference during a Lunar Cycle between the Solar and 

Jewish years 31 

The Festivals and Fasts, their origin, &c. ; where to be found in Scripture ... 14 
The Hours at which Prayers commence at the Portuguese Synagogue .... 17 
Table of the Sections of the Law and Prophets, as read in the Synagogues every 

Sabbath during the year 18 

Detailed Calendar, with Notes, from 5599 to 56C2 19 

The Hours at which Prayers commencie at the German Synagogues 83 

The Hours at which Sabbath terminates during the year 84 

The Days on which the ordinary Penitential Service is not said „ 

Tables for continuing the Hebrew Calendar from 5663 to 6000 A. M 85 

directions for using them , ... 89 

To find the Christian ^ra by the Jevnsh year „ 

Instructions for using the Christian Almanacks „ 

Tablesof Cycles from 5663 to 6000 A. M 87 

of Ordinary years 90 

of EmboUsmic years 93 

A Christian Almanack for the 20th Century 96 

2l8t do 97 

22nd do 98 

from the year 2200 to 2240 99 

Hours for taking Sabbath at New York, Sydney, Bengal, Jamaica, and other parts 

of the Globe lOO 

Religious and Charitable Institutions of the Jews in London ....... 101 

Chronological Table . 106 



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