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A 

JEWISH CALEIDAR 

FOE 

FIFTY YEARS. 

Containing Detailed Tables of the Sabbaths, Ke"w Moons, 

Festivals and Fasts, the Portions of the Law Proper to 

them, and the Corresponding Christian Dates, 

FROM A. M. 5614 TILL A. M. 5664. 
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AN INTRODUCTORY ESSx\Y 

on the 

JEWISH CALENDAR SYSTEM. 

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Tables for the continuation of the Calendar till the year 

5776, A. M. being for a period of six lunar cycles 

containing 114 years. 

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Minister K. K. *' Shearith Israel," Professor of Hebrew and Oriental 
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THE JEWISH CALENDAR. 






E^av^ct, /ut; ;c£i}0£ row, ira eidoj-iev ajjcpci). 
'OMHPOr lAIAAOS A. 363. 



To the pious and intelligent Israelite, few subjects of study, out of 
the pages of the holy law, possess greater interest or importance than 
an inquiry into the nature of the Jewish Calendar system. The inter- 
est of this inquiry, he recognises in the partial light it throws upon the 
scientific attainments of his fathers in centuries long past ; and its 
vital importance he readily acknowledges, because that in the rules 
and principles comprising this system, he perceives the means by 
which he may accord a due observance to all the enactments of 
God's law, having reference to sacred days, times and seasons. He 
recollects, too, that without a fittmg adjustment of the mode of 
computing; time in the Sacred Writings with the one which he now 
adopts from the land of his sojourn, he may be led unwarily to 
perceive in these writings, appnrent inconsistencies and contradictons 
with which, from ignorance, tlie bold and conceited sceptic has, in 
fact, charged the word of God, but which, with a little inquiry and 
trouble, he may readily remove. For these reasons alone, then, 
does he regard this branch of knowledge as a most valuable and 
efficient auxiliary to his due understanding and observance of that law 
which is his inheritance : — For these reasons alone, also, it may be 
considered as neither an unfitting nor unacceptable adjunct to The 
Jewish Calendar, should we now attempt to explain the Jewish 
method of computing time, and buefly to elucidate a Calendar 
system, venerable as it is excellent. We purpose doing this by 
making such remarks as our limits will permit, under those heads 
which the subject rightfully includes. And first of Hours. 



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There i? mad& nV dH-ect-tnention of Hours in the law of Moses 
or in the historical portions of the-Jewish ScrijDtures. The first use of 
tlto^ti^rnv^ij/i^/Qr VathcT itsChiJdaic emphatic form anv^, which is 
geneyairyac'ceptc'd as au'equivalent to the English temi " hour," oc- 
curs in Daniel iii, G. Theonlyother passages in which it occurs, is 
in the same book, chapters iii, 15 ; iv, 16 , English version, 19 ; iv 30, 
(E. V. 33) and v. 5, — in all which it has generally been rendered 
" hour" by the Hebrew commentators ; though, as it is confessed, an 
indefinitely short period of time is rather understood, than one equal 
to the 24th part of a natural day. The passages which might be 
best understood as referring to this latter length of time, are probably 
iii, 6 ; iii, 15. And while it has been advanced with reference to 
iv. 19, that it is not probable Daniel should, literally, detain the 
king for one hour, during which time we there learn he "was astonied," 
(Knn nyu'S ar^inrht) it may be replied that some warrant for this 
interpretation is to be found in the explicitness of the text, which 
has not only the definitive Nnn (one) but the preposition D (as or 
about)a.nd that about or nearly an hour elapsed, ere Daniel could 
collect himself, to tell Nebuchadnezzar his dream. It is certain, 
however, and must be stated in this connexion, that in the Talmud 
and other Post-Biblical writings, ni*u> is frequently used in this 
indefinite sense ; e. g. in the Shulchan Aruch, Treatise Tephilah, 
chap. 93 § 1 ; it is recommended to pause one hour (nyir) before and 
after engaging in prayer ; though, even here, some commentators un- 
derstand the word literally. But, if even we give up these passages, 
this will not prove that the Israelites, long before the closing of the 
Scriptural canon, did not divide their days into 24 equal parts. For, 
first, we have to take into account the great astronomical knowledge 
obtaining, even then, amongst them. As Jahn aptly remarks, " The 
interests of agriculture and navigation required some knowledge of as- 
tronomy." Moreover, it is traditionally maintained that this know- 
ledge was even antediluvian ; — Adam being a great astronomer. Cer- 
tain is the fact, that the great length of the antediluvians' lives was 
veryfavorable to the acquisition ofastronomical knowledge and obser- 
vation. Josepli in his dream speaks of the sun, moon and eleven stars 
bowing down to him, the twelfth ;" thus referring to the constellated 
signs of the Zodiac, in whose bounds the sun and moon are always 
found. Jacob in his blessing, specifies these signs. Reuben, * unstable 
as water' is Aquarius, "h-]. Simeon and Levi, coupled together 
as ' brethren', represent Gemini, the twins, d-onh. Judah, a 'lion' 
is Loo, n-nK. Zebulun, ' dwelling at the haven of the sea', repre- 
sents its production. Cancer, the crab, (toiD. Issachar the 'servant 
unto tribute,' is Taurus, the bull, -nu', which the ox was to man in his 
labors in the field ; and it is to be noted that the Septuaghit reads for 
a"i3 "ion ' a tiller of the ground. The three signs under which Dan is 
represented, follow one another in the same positions as in our Zodiac. 
He is a 'Judge,' Libra or equal Balance, D'^tko 'He biteth the 
horse's heel,' just the position of Scorpio with respect to the Centaur 
or horseman, representing Sagittarius. Gad is Sagittarius, the 
Archer, nxfp, Asher, ' royal dainties, is Pisces o*n. Naphtali, is 



A.ries, the ram, vh\2. Joseph, tho ' fruitful bough,' is Virgo, nbina. 
Benjamin is * the wolf,' which recently supplied the place of 
Capricorn, and which, even in later times, is represented in the 
Zodiacs, as being led bj Pan with a wolf's head. Hence we may 
conclude that the sphere was known to the Jews at least 5C60 years 
ago; which agrees with the opinion of Sir William Jones, who traces 
the Indian Zodiac to have beeen known and represented by animals 
3000 years ago. There is little doubt, also, that this Hebrew Zodiac 
is the Mazzaroth spoken of by Job in his astronomical allusion to the 
celestisl constellations."* The intercourse of the children of Jacob 
with tlie Egyptians was, no doubt, also instrumental in promoting 
their astronomical knowledge. Moses, who was learned in the 
wisdom of Egypt, apart from other considerations, must have 
increased it : and so must many of the succeeding rulers and dignita- 
ries in Israel, the wise Solomon especially, in whose days, there is 
much reason to believe that time measures were in use among the 
Hebrews, ; though there is no express mention made of these in 
Scripture until the days of xUiaz, some two centuries and a quarter 
later. In 2 Kings, sx, 9, — 11. we read that, at the request of Hezekiah, 
" the shadow was brought 10 degrees backward by which it had gone 
down in the nibyo (E. V. dial) of Ahaz." Without entering into 
the lengthy discussion which has arisen among biblical critics as 
to what this dial of Ahaz really was,f we find that, about seven centu- 
ries and a half before the Christian era. tlie Jews were cognisant 
of the means, and employed them too, for marking the progress of 
time by the sun. And this knowledge they did not acquire from 
Grecian civilisation: since, as has been shown, it was only in the 
days of Auaximander, two centuries after Ahaz, that the first sun- 
dial was introduced into Greece, and that, it is said, was brought 
from the East by his contemporary Pherecydes ; — an assertion 
supported by Herodotus, who says that the Greeks learned from the 
Babylonians how to divide the day into hours or twelfth parts. But 
whether the Ba,bylonians themselves acquired this knowledge from 
the Jews, or the Jews from them, is deemed by many learned critics 
an open question. That their days were divided into 12 hours 
previous to the destruction of the second Temple, both for civil and 
ecclesiastical purposes, is very evident from the earliest rabbinical 
writings ; but to this, further reference will be made in our remarks 
on DAYS. Before this epoch also, we find the elepsvdra used as a 
time measure. This instrument, described by travellers as being in 
use in Persia as late as the 17th century, was a small circular vessel 
of thin metal, perforated beneath, and placed in another vessel filled 
with water. The diameter of the perforation was made of such a size, 

* See the Commentators, and "Lecture on the Philosophy of the Jews," by 
Aurthur Lumley Davids, London, 1S33. 

■f According to some, the ancient Jewish dial was a kind of stairs or 
steps, the time of day being distinguished not b3' lines, but by steps or degrees; 
and the shade of the sun moving forward every half hour to a new degree. 
According to others, among them Parkhurst, the dial was not horizontal but 
vertical, on which the sun descended from sunrise till noon. 



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that it filled in thi*ee hours and then sunk. The time occupied in its 
filling four times, was therefore a day. To rectify it to the change of 
time in winter, when the days are shorter, it was covered internally 
with wax, that the water might the sooner subside from it. 
This division of the day into hours, at this early period, is also seen 
from the prescriptions of the Talmud, having reference to the due 
time for the reading of the ];::):; Deut., vi 4, 10, &c. and the nT?:j; or 
Eighteen Blessings, which we will here set down. The time for 
reading the Shcmang is stated in the Shulchan Aruch (chap. 58 § 1) 
to be from that early part of the morn when one is able to recognise a 
well known companion at a distance of about four amoth ; ani its time 
may be prolonged until the third hour of the day (9 o'clock) which is 
a fourth part thereof.* It is recommended, however, to read it at 
sunrise, like the ancient pious ; while to defer doing so until 1 o'clock, 
is to lose the merit of punctuality. The time for reading the morn- 
ing prayer, including the Amidah, according to the same authority 
(chap. 89 § 1.) commences with sunrise and lasts till the end of the 
4th hour, (10 o'clock,) wliich is'a third part of the day. fThe time 
for the additional service is immediately after the morning service; 
and thougli this prayer ought not to be delayed until after one o'clock, 
it is permitted to read it all day. The time for the afternooti prayer 
is (S. A. chap. 233 § 1) from after the 9|th hour (half past 3) until 
night, which is styled Minc'kah Kctanah or Lesser Minchah, according 
to R. Jehudah, until nn::2n 3b3 which is until a quarter before the 
11th hour, :j:while Mi7icha Gedolah, or the Greater Mincha is from 
half past twelve, till half past three. From the Hagah or Gloss on 
this passage, founded on Maimomdes,Hilchot Tephilah, we learn that 
these hours are to be reckoned in accordance with the length or 
shortness of the days at particular seasons. A long as well as 
short day is divided for ecclesiastical purposes, into 12 parts or hours, 
and by this rule have Israel's sages ever been guided. For secular 
purposes, the day was reckoned from 6 A.M. till 6 P.M. in contradis- 
tinction to the ecclesiastical day which was D-lDiDn nwir li; "iniiT! mbyo 
from morning dawn until the appearance of the stars. The 
lime for the Evening prayer is from the appearance of the stars 
until midnight, though in emergent cases it may be read till the next 
morning dawn. From the above, some authors have distinguished 
the Jewish hours, 1st, as lesser, of which the day contained 12 : and 
2d, as GREATER, of wliich the day contained four, each of these four con- 
taining three lesser hours, which latter they style day hours, and the 
greater they call Temple or prayer hours. In Nehemiah ix, 3 we 

•Dvn run «inti^ mrti^ 'j i^id ir mm "^u^aji 
Dvn m^hm «inii^ r\^::w 'i p]"!D np *** nr^nn ym dj; f 



read Israel read one fourth part of the day, and another fourth part 
they confessed, and hence, Mayer and others think that the greater 
hours or quarters were in use even in the time of Nehemiah. The first 
of these greater hours commenced, according to some, at six, according 
to others more corectly at sunrise, and lasted till nine; the second ended 
at noon ; the third, in the middle of tlie afternoon, or a quarter to 
3 ; the fourth, at sunset, or a quarter to 6. Others insist upon their 
having been only three greater hours of prayer, the morning, after- 
noon and evening ; the first, asserts tradition, instituted by Abraham ; 
the second, by Isaac ; and the third, by Jacob.* The practice of Daniel 
gives support to this asserted division of tlie day. We read vi, 11, 
(10 E. V.) that he " kneeled upon l)is knees ihree times a day, and 
prayed, and gave thanks before his God, as he did aforetime." Upon 
■which passage, R. Sii.idioh Hagaon remarks — "These three occa- 
sions upon which Uaiuel prayed were, the n-inu' morning, nnDO 
afternoon and n'my evening prayers. But lest thou shouldest 
say the practice was not a constant one with him, but only com- 
menced that day, to, the text saith kh nonp ]n ^2l^ mn n bip ba 
which means, 'as he had been accustomed to do before,' and it 
was in consequence of this practice that the men lay in wait 
to condemn him". We find that the practice of Daniel was 
the practice of David ; for the Psalmist exclaims, " Evening 
and at morning and at noon will I pray;" — Psalms, Iv 17. We 
would remind the reader, in concluding our I'cmarks on hours, that 
these, being numbered from the rising of the sun, at the season of the 
Equinox, the Srd would correspond with the 9th of the common reck- 
oning, 6th with the 12th, 9th with 3 in the afternoon, etc. It is also 
proper to remember tliat the sun in Palestine, at the summer solstice, 
rises about five of London time, and sets about seven. At the 
winter solstice, it rises about seven, and sets about five. 

The Hebrews also divided their Nights into greater portions or 
hours, called m"':u'K or watches. We find reference made to three 
such in the pages of Scripture. First, we have m-io-,:'x U'N'T (See 
Lament, ii. 19) the herjining of tht ivatches or first watch, which is 
affirmed to have continued till midnight. Second nDiD-nn mou^K 
middle watch\ from midnight till cock crowing ; (Judges vii. 19) 
Third, -ipnn m*2Ui'K from the second watch till sunrise, (Ex. 14, 1 Sam. 
xi. ii). These divisions of the night have been referred to the 
watches of the Levites in the Temple, and to the change of watch- 
men at the gates of the city and the Temple. From the Orach 
Chayimchap. 1 § 2 it would appear that the changes of the watches 
were three only, at the end of the first third, of the second third, 
and at the end of the night,:}: consisting thus of four hours each. And 

* Talmud Treat, Berachot, fol. 26, b. From these prayer hours the Roman 
Catholic Church has originated her canonical hours. 

■f Those who assert the nij?ht watches to have been four, maintain 
that the middle watch was so called, not because there were three watches, 
but because it lasted till midnight. But this appears to be more fanciful than 
correct ; for by the same rule the succeeding watch might be so called, because 
it commenced at midnight. 

^^Dh^ n'?'^n wbw2 \nw nnDti^nn mjntr;Dtt> ^\^:)mb ps*]; 

^nh^brt f^^Db^ nb^bn 'wbm 'i\ff 



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the author of the nan iki says, we are always to consider the 
night to consist of twelve hours whether in summer or in winter.* It 
has been asserted, however, that prior to the destruction of the 
Becond Temple, these watches, whether for convenience, or whether 
from adoption of Roman custom, were increased into four, which, 
according to the En<^Hsh moie of reckoning, were these : 1st., The 
jSi'en«?i7?m^c'/?, from twili:j,-iit till nine o'clock. 2nd., The Midnight, 
from nine till twelve. 3vd., lite Cock-crowing, divided into 1st, 2nd and 
3rd, from twe've till three. 4th., Jllorning, from three till break of 
day. But we do not think the evidence in maintainance of this and 
other divisions so satisfiictory as in the former. From Lam. ii 19. 
and Fs. cxix, 148, we learn th.it the Israelites had means to determine 
the period of these watches, but what they were, is not stated. And 
from Ps. cxsviii, 1 ; Cant.iii, 3, 7, we find that there were watchmen 
whose duty it was to perambulate the city by night, and doubtless to 
proclaim the hour. We find another distinction of time made in Scrip- 
ture, which is the interval D-n-iy^ rn " between the Evenings " 
Ex. xii, 6; xvi, 12, &<2. The iirst of those is explained to have 
commenced at noon,f tlie latter at sunset, including thus the interval 
between midday and sunset. A religious act required to be per- 
formed D'-myn r^ "between the Evenings" must therefore be carefully 
performed before sunset, or it would be accounted as done the follow- 
ing day. Tliis period and that expressed by the phrase '^'nii-n NinD myn 
" in the evening wlien the sun goeth down,"i. e. is declining wcstward- 
ly, appear from comparison of Ex. xii. 6, Numb ix. 35. with Dent. xvi. 
6, to be identical. The n in myn may therefore be properly 
rendered, toicards. The first Evening, according to some, should 
be properly considered as commencing at the 9th hour of the day, 
(3 in the afternoon,) and the latter at the 11th hour, (5 o'clock). But 
see the remarks on Minchah above. 

With respect to Days we have already seen that these were divided 
into 12 hours ; that the civil day commenced at 6 A. M. and lasted 
till 6 P. M., and that the ecclesiastical day lasted from morning dawn 
until the appearance of the stars. In addition to this division into 
12 hours, we find them to have been divided into three, according to 
some, according to others, four portions or greater hours. We have 
now to observe that like the Roman, the Hebrew days have been 
distinguished by Biblical Aroehceologists into 1st., The natural day 
consisting of day and night, and including 24 hours ; and 2nd, the civil 
or artificial day, which was the vulgar computation, beginning with 
Bunrising, and terminating with sunset. The natural day was either 
secular, lasting from sunrise till sunrise ; or sacred, lasting from sun- 
set to sunset. That the sacred or ecclesiastical day commenced 

* Ancient profane authors of the greatest ceTiJbrity, also refer to 
the division of the night into tln'oo watches. See Homer lUad, lib. x. 252, 
253. Livy, lib. viii, c. xxxiv, and Xenophon, Anab. lib. iv. 

f It is also stated to have commenced at the 9th hour of the natural 
day, i. e., at 3 P. M.,and the latter at the llth, i. e. 5 P.M. Josephus informs 
us that between these (9th and llth hours) the Paschal sacrifice was offered 
in his time. DcEell. Jud lib, vi, c. 1, p. 3. 



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fi'om the evening, is evident from the plain direction in Leviticus 
xsiii. 32. " From even until even shall ye observe you*- Sabbaths," 
again from Ex. xii. 18, where the feast of unleavened bread is order- 
ed to be observed from the 14th day of the month at even, until the 
21st day at even; and again, from the commencement of the 
Gemarrah of Berachot on the passage, " it was evening, it was 
morning " Gen. i. 5. From the fact that the loth day of the month 
is called the morrow after the Passover (Numb, xxxiii. 3) which was 
kept on the 14th day at even (Ex. xii. 6), as well from the command 
in Leviticus xxiii. 32 just cited, it ha? been concluded that Israel, 
during their sojourn in Egypt, reckoned all their days, both civil and 
sacred, from sunrise, as did the Babylonians and other pagan nations 
of the East, but that, as with other precepts, God commanded this 
alteration to be observed by them in direct opposition to the customs 
of the idolators who commenced their day with the rising of the sun 
in honor of that luminary and other gods ; in doing wliich, hovv'ever. 
He only restored it to its original epocha intimated in Gen. 1. 5. but 
which these idolatrous nations had taken upon themselves to alter. In 
accordance with this institution, we find a day styled ~ipn my i. e, 
" evening-morning" in Daniel vii. 1-4. This, the Greeks expressed 
by their vvx^ili''<^pov (nuchthemeron) wliich may mean any part 
or the whole of a day or night. A thing that has lasted two nights and 
one whole day and a part only of the preceeding and following days 
would, therefore, be said to have lasted three days and three nights.* 
There is allusion to six divisions of the day (i. e. from sunrise to 
Bunset) in the Scriptures,and accordingly, into six parts hasthe Hebrew 
day been divided. 1st, -irrii' or ^f^D hrealcof day, wliich was more re- 
cently, as some think in imitation of the Persians, divided into 2 parts ; 
the first when the eastern, the second when the western, portion of 
the horizon became illumined. The Jerusalem Talmud divides it 
into four parts, the first of which was called ''T'^t^ rb^tK (according to 
some " the morning star'' see Kimchi and the Commentators on Ps.22. 
1.) 2nd. -ipn morning or sunrise, 3rd. ^rrt on heat of the day, beginning 
at 9 o'clock. Gen. xviii. 1. 1 Sam. xxi. 11, 4th. a-nni' midday. 
5th. Dvn nil cool or wind of the day, from the wind which generally 
commenced blowing a few hours before sunset and lasted till the 
evening, Gen. iii. 8. 6th. i-iy, evening : — It is to be remembered 
that the longest day in the Holy Land is only 14 hours 12 minutes 
English time, and the shortest 9 hours 48 minutes. 

The introduction of weeks as a period of times, dates as far back 
as the Creation. "God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it," and 
henceforth every weekly return of that day was to be observed as a 
period of rest, Gen. ii. 3. This division of time was marked in the 

* From a similar custom of their Gothic ancestors, introduced from 
Germany, the Enj>:hsh have no doubt introduced those words expressive of 
such a mode of calculation, as fortnight, sen'night, &c. According' to Ceasar, 
the same custom prevailed among the Celtic nations. "All the Gauls "lie 
writes, " measure time not by the number of days, but by nights." Accord- 
ingly they observe their birth-days, and the beginning oi months and years, 
in such a manner as to cause the day to follow the night. 



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days of Noah and by liira observed. See Genesis vii. 4. 10. viii. 10.12.* 
In ch. xxix, 27, Laban requires Jacob to fulfill Leah's week, ynu' 
{shabooang a week) which can only be understood of the seven days of 
the marriage feast, in contradistinction to the O-rii' ymr seven years of 
service specified in the context. The ancient marriage-feasts, as we 
find it expressly stated of Samson's (Judges xiv. 12) lasted 7 days. 
The division of weeks obtained among the Israelites previous to the 
delivery of the law (Ex. xvi. 26,) and from the number of days 
assigned to the seven weeks intervening Passover and Pentecost (Lev. 
xxiii. 15) the identity of the weeks of the Mosaic law is sufiiciently 
established. "With respect to the names of the days of the week, we 
find that while the Egyptians gave to them the same designation 
which they assigned to the planets, the Israelites, on the contrary, 
were directed to follow such a nomenclature as would always remind 
them of institutions they were called upon specially to uphold. 
The names of their days therefore, all had reference to the Sabbath,| 
and were written nsua inx one day on, or after the Sabbalh, d'c. &c. 
or, 7WN"i Dv the first day, &c. &c. certainly more worthy of general 
adoption, than the English or other Saxon terms, which suggest so 
many abominations of p ganism. The whole seven days were also 
included in the term r\ii2/ which may therefore be rendered "week" and 
n'yif'Z nnx one day in the week, <fec. There have also been distinguished 
as extraordinary or prophetical weeks, the following periods : 1, The 
week of loceks, consisting of seven weeks or 49 days, succeeded by the 
50th, the Pentecost, or Feast of weeks, 7rtvri]K0(Tri) Dent. xvii. 9. 10. 
2nd, The week of years : — This consisted of seven years, during the 
last of which the land was to lie fallow, while the Israelites were to 
observe it as a period of rest from agricultural labors. See also 
Dan. ix. 24, 3rd, The week of seven sabbatical years, consisting of 
49 years, which were succeeded by the year of Jubilee. Leviticus, 
XXV. 1, 22, 26, 34. 

It would seem most probable that Months should first have been 
measured by lunar changes, since these were most easy of observa- 
tion to the unassisted eye and mind ; but it has been maintained by 
many eminent Jewish writers,:}: that the months observed by the 
Israelites until the exit from Egypt, were solar. We cannot, nor is 
it necessary to, enter at length into the controversey which has arisen 
in consequence of this position ; but we will briefly state the rea- 
sons and computations by which it has been thought to be estab- 
lished. The waters of the flood are stated in Scripture to have pre- 

* The Nigri in Africa, are said to have received this division of weeks 
from the sons of Noali. See Oldendorp's Gesch. der Mission, I, 308. 

■f And althougli the Hellenist Jews have a name for Friday, yet this 
also had reference to the Sabbath, for it was Paraskeue, i e. Preperation for 
the Sabbath. This was also the method of counting among the Arabians, 
Syrians, and other Kastern nations, as may be seen from the Syriac Calendar, 
cited by Home. 

X Among Christians, Kepler, Usher, Lydiat; the latter tv?o, says Pri- 
deaux, the most eminent clmonologists the world has ever produced. 



11 

vailed upon the earth from the seventeenth day of tte 2nd month* 
(Gen. vii. 11,) until the 17th day of the 7th month (ib. viii. 4) which 
would make five full mouths. We also find from Gen. vii. 24, that the 
waters prevailed upon the earth one hundred and fifteen days. 
Now loO-r-5, leaves 30 for the number of days contained in each of 
the 5 months. It has been objected with force on the other side, how- 
ever., that this would not be proof sufficient,f since in these 6 months 
there would be about 2 days deficient of the riglit time ;-tlius, 12x30 
=360, and not 365 ; as required for the solar reckoning. Our limits, 
however, suffer us not to dwell longer upon this question;;}: but be it 
as it may, it is clearly established, and generally admitted, that 
from the period of tlie command to elect Nissan as the beginning 
of months (Ex. xii. 2) the Jewish months have ever been lunar, 
being either a-Kbo/w/^, containing thirty days, or a-nnn deficient 
containing 29 days. This distinction became necessary, because of 
the synodical lunar month being about 29^ days ; wliat one month 
would be deficient of this time, was made up by the periodic use 
of the other. For further testimony the reader is referred to the 
book of Ecclesiasticiis xliii. 6, the books of Maccabees, Josephua 
Ant. lib. iii. 10. and Philo. Vit. Mos. lib. iii. By the command 
Lev. xxiii. 10, IT, to bring an omer of first fruits to the priest on the 
morrow of the Passover, a system of intercalation arose affecting 
the number of months, to which we have to refer hereafter. The 
next important instituton having reference to months we find in 
Numbers x. 10, where the beginnings of the months □D^ii'tn ^V!ir\\ are 
directed to be observed with due solemnity. Now the beginning of 
the month, strictly speaking, is when the moon comes into conjunc- 
tion with the sun, the moment of which conjunction can only be known 
through an amount of astronomical knowledge and calculation 
which there is no evidence to show the Israelites possessed so soon 
after their departure from Egypt. The commencement of the festi- 

* According to R. Eliezer Marcheshvan; according to R. Jehuddh lyar. 

f The reader is referred particulary to the Commentary of Aben Ezra, 
on Gen. viii., 3, uliere this objection is stated. 

I Sufficient has been advanced, however, to show from the one fact 
that the months consisted of thirty days, the utter groundlessness of the 
assertions mude by those who, although generally from pious motives, attempt 
to explain away tlie long lives of the antediluvians, by making their years con- 
sist of months, &c,, &c. Apart from the stigma they attach to the Bible 
narrative as one not to be depended upon, since when it states one thing 
another is meant, the incorrectness and absurdity of their thesis is evi- 
dent by taking first the case of Adam, lie begat Seth when he was 130 years 
old, wliich, the years taken as months, would make him some ten years old 
when Seth was born. Seth being ycjunger than Cain and Abel, he would 
according to this computation be about six years old when Eve was brought to 
him, a gross contradiction of Scripture, which speaks of the woman being 
taken from the man. Peleg and Serug according to this system must have had 
children when about three years old ! others aXfivc ! — Sed Jam satis est. Non- 
nulli slbi magna proponunt. 

\ The Vulgate has calends, " siquando haiebitis epulum ct dks festoi et 
€aUndas, &c. 



12 

val, referred to in the text,can only be understood therefore, of the first 
phasis, or appearance of the moon, which God ordered as a season, 
that they were fully able to determine themselves and by their own 
observation. But they were not left to do even this, for as it was 
of infinite importance that the matter should be well known by 
Israel generally, not only that they might observe uniformly and at 
the proper time, the feasts of new moon, but all the other festi- 
vals also, it became a matter proper for aiiihority to decide. 
Hence, the Talmud affords us much interesting and valuable infor- 
mation on this important subject, preserving a traditional account of 
great weight and of almost universal acceptance among scholars 
both J ewish aud Christian, as to the manner and rules for determin- 
ing and consecrating the new moons, some of the most important of 
which we shall here append. The reader will please remember 
that the beginning of the Jewish months was not reckoned from the 
moon's conjunction with the sun, but from the time the former emer- 
ges from the latter, and is first visible in the west after sunset ; and 
hence the appropriateness of applying the terms m% literally, 
" moon," and u'nn " renewal," to express "months" in Hebrew, since 
they actually commenced with the renewal of the appearance of the 
moon.""" This premised, we proceed now to condense from the Mishna, 
(Treatise Eosh Hashanah) the information above referred to, interpo- 
lating some necessary explanations, and referring the English rea- 
der to Revs. De Sola and Raphall's Translation, (p. 157,) for further 
details. 

Ch. 1 § 3. Messenj^ers were sent out from Jerusalem (to announce else- 
where the day on which tlie Saiihedrin had fixed the last new moon) for the 
foUowina' six months, for Nijsan on accoinit of the Passover ; Ah, for the fast ; 
Elul, for the feast of New Year; Tishri, for the regulation of the festivals, 
Kislev for Hadnuka, Adur for Purim, aud lyar during the existence of the 2nd 
Temple for the second Passover. § 4. For the new moons of two months, 
the witnesses might profane the Sabbath by travelling to Jerusalem, viz : for 
those of Nissan and Tishri, because on these months only the messengers 
went to Syria, and the festivals are regulated by them. During the existence of 
the 2nd Temple, the Sabbath might be profaned for any, because ot the regu- 
lation of the offerings on the feast of new moon on their proper day. § 6. 
Even had the new moon been seen high on the horizon, (and there was reason 
to believe therefore it had been seen in Jerusalem,) the Sabbath might be 
])rofaned by the witnesses, nor were they, as is seen in § 6, for any reason to 
be detained in their progress. With respect to the witnesses. § 7, Father and 
.son and relatives m every degree may be allowed as competent, but (§ 8) 
immoral characters, such as gamblers, &c., are not admitted to give evidence, 
but denounced as incompetent witnesses. Even in cases of inconvenience or 
exigency, witnesses were obliged to give their evidence, (^ 9) and in the event 
ot their being unknown, (Ch. II. § 1) others were seat with them to testify 

* It is also he remembered that there are three kinds of months do- 
pendent upon and correspondent with the three following revolutions of 
the Moon, 1st, the Tropical being of 27d. 7h. 43' 4" 6795. 2nd, the Sidereal of 
27d. 7h. 43' 11" 52.59. 3rd. the Synodic of 29d, 12h. 44.' 2,'' 8283. The tropi- 
cal revolution which signifies the complete revolution of 12 signs performed 
round the earth, is distinguished as a periodical month. The sidereal which 
means a return to the same point or star, is, as will be perceived, a few seconds 
longer than the tropical, because of the precession of the equinoxes. The 
synodic is the time from one conjunction with the sun to another. In 29d. 
12h. 44' 2'' 8283, the moon will be found to be again in conjuunction with the 
sunlthe earth being at the distance of 29 ° 6' 20" 2 from the point of the former 
conjunction. 



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eonceminp: their character. Formerly, evidence as to the appearance of the 
Bew moon was received from any one; but when the heretics corrupted tlie 
witnesses, it was ordained that evidence sliould be received only of those whose 
good character was well known. § 2. Formerly, fires were lighted on the tops 
of the mountains, to announce the appearance of the new moon ; but when 
the Samaritans led the nation into error,(by lighting these mountain beacons at 
wrong times, to mock and mislead the Jews,) it was ordained that messen- 
gers should be sent out. § 3. In what manner were these mountain fires 
lighted ? They brought long staves of cedar wood, canes, and branches of 
the olive tree, also the coarse threads or refuse of flax, which were tied 
on the top of them with twine ; with these, they went to the top of the 
mountain, lighted them, and kept them moving to and fro, upward and 
downward, until they could perceive the same repeated by another per- 
son on the next mountain, &c. The names and orders of the mountain 
stations are, § 4, Mount of Olives, Sartaba, Grophinah, Hoveran, and Beth 
Baltin ; they did not cease to wave the flaming brands at Beth Baltin to 
and fro, until the whole country of the captivity (Babylon) was as a blazing 
fire. § 5. There was a large court in Jerusalem, called Beth Yangzek, where 
all the witnesses * met, and where they were examined by the Beth Din. 
§ (3. Their examination was conducted by inquiring of the oldest of the first pair 
(they were examined according to their priority) as to the form of the moon, 
whether her horns were turned towards the sun, or away from it ? to the 
north, or south of it ? what was her elevation in the horizon ? towards 
which side was her declination ? the width of her disk,&c. The second witness 
(of the pair) was then examined, and if his testimony agreed with that of 
the former, it was declared valid. The remaining witnesses were then 
superficially examined, not because of the necessity of the case, but to 
encourage them to report on future occasions. § 7, The chief of the Tribunal 
then said, ' The feast of the New Moon is Mekoodash,' (consecrated) and 
all the people proclaimed after him, ' Mekoodash, Mekoodash.'f Whether 
the New Moon had been seen at the proper time (at latest 31st) or not, 
it was consecrated. § 8. Raban Garaliel, prince of the captivity, and chief 
of the Sanhedrin, had on a tablet, and on the walls of his room, various 
delineations of the figure and aspects of the moon, which he showed to igno- 
rant witnesses, asking them whether it was of tliis or of that form." A 
very interesting and important case is mentioned in § 8 and § 9, bearing on 
the question of relative weight of opinion and authority, to which we can 
but refer the reader ; for here we must conclude our extracts from the 
Mishna, with tlie following; — Ch. Ill, 1. "If the Beth Din and all Israel saw 
the New Moon, (on the night of the 30th day) or if the examination of the 
witnesses had already taken place, but it had become dusk before the 
word ' Mekoodash' had been pronounced, the month will be intercalary." 

, * Abendana says, " It seems to have been the peculiar ojBfice and em- 
ployment of the tribe of Issachar, to watch the lunar changes, and they 
are said to be 'men that had understanding of the times.' 1 Chron xii. 32." 
See his " Discourses of the Ecclesiastical and Civil Polity of the Jews, &c. 
Lon. 1706. 

f By some, David is said to allude to the proclamation of the New 
Moon, when he says, Ps. Ixxxi, 3. " Sound the trumpet on the New 
Moon, &c." The present form of proclaiming the day on which the feast of 
the New Moon is to be observed, is well known from its insertion in the 
Jewish Liturgy. Not so well known, perhaps, is the very ancient for. 
mula, still used by the Jews in China, where they are supposed to have 
settled soon after, if not before, the destruction of the first Temple. (See 
Basnage, Jost, and " The Jews in China," by James Finn, Lon., 1843.) Here 
it follows : — 

«n-i' \vi^-\ pm ir«ip irs^pn '^vVi t^>jnD ir^ai!^ in'y.s 
irJDn \)ni^i^ ID «iDi/ nJDti^ \^1:iMp^^ i^'pt^Ji/n i^nu;n hi^im^ 

B 



14 

From the Mishna it appears, then, that during tho existence of 
the Sanhedric court, the number of days of the mouth was decided 
bj them ;* that this number was made to be dependent by 
them on the period of the moon's" phasis ;that if it was seen on the 30th 
day,the 29th was decLired the last day of the month ; but if it was not 
seen until the 31st day, thU was appointed the first day of another 
month. Independently' of availing tliemselves of actual observation, 
the Sanhedrin, as we learn historically, were possessed of great astro- 
nomical knowledge, being obliged by their office to apply themsel- 
ves to the study ; and having occasion also to refer, in consecrating 
the months, to astronomical calculations of a complicated cha- 
racter.f When the practice of sending messengers to communicate 

: ]i2iA nD«i h^im^ hj onan «'?:ii72 i^nu^n 

' Attend and listen, ye'priests and Levites I The rabbies have instituted 
and fixed tlie new moon of the month N. N. (the next following), on the 
first day of the next week, which day shall be the first day of the month. 
This shall be a good omen for us and all Israel, now and speedily. May 
those who rest in the dust rise speedily from their dust; may tho dis- 
persed (of Israel) be gathered ; may our eyes and your eyes behold the 
rebuilding of the sanctuary, the re-establishment of the temple, and the 
kingdom of Messiah, Son of Uavid, and the consolation of the city of 
Jerusalem. Now and speedily may all Israel be gathered. Amen.' Then 
follows a form for the days of the week, inSyriac; then the names of the 
months (the same as among other Jews), beginning with Adar, the last 
month of the Jewish year, then, next, the second Adar, (in an interlunary 
year), and closing with Shebat, the eleventh month of the year." 

The above, which is extracted from the " Jewish Intelligence,'' for Ja- 
nuary, 1853, may with confidence be referred to, as proof of the antiquity 
of the present system of Hebrew intercalation, &c. 

*Parkhurst, under the head chodesh, shows "from scripture, that the Jewish 
months are not synodical months ; and secondly, that in the passage where 
chodesh is supposed to denote the visible neio moon, it hath another mean- 
Jng.'' 

•}• These facts are sufiicient reply to the author of "Modern Judaism," who 
with his usual blind prejudice, attacks this account of the consecration 
juid appointment of the months among the Hebrews, by an argument with 
which any assertion in sacred and profane history might be overruled. It 
does not appear to him satisfactory, and hence, cannot be true. The case 
of cloudy weather he i)uts in support of his objections, is weak enough, 
and sufficiently exposes his prejudice or ignorance. It has been answered 
by our quotations from the Mishna above, and by the Abbe Fleury, in his 
(Moeurs des Israelites, IV, 3.) who justly remarks, " The air is so serene 
in Judea, that it seldom happened that the clouds hid the moon; but when 
it did so happen, the error it occasioned was immediately rectified, and not 
suitVred to pass into the next month." And indeed, Mr. Allan seems to 
be himself quite aware of the weakness of his plea ; at least he stands self- 
condemned when he says, (Modern Judaism, p. 365. Lon. EJ., 1816.) " All 
irregularities indeed might be adjusted by an earlier or later intercalation 
of a 13th month. But this is a ludicrous tradition of the Rabbles." (lb. 
p, 366.) It must become amusing, however, even to those who are not fol- 
lowers or admirers of the Rabbinical Institutions,to perceive how this writer, 
jn horror of one ludicrous tradition of the Rabbies, actually recommends 



15 

the appearance of the new moon was adopted, it became obligatory 
upon those living distant from Jerusalem, who could not receive 
the news sufficiently early, to observe an extra day as a fes- 
tival, since they could not be aware whether the month had been 
pronounced a full one, or not. And these duplicate festivals 
are yet observed by the body of Israelites living out of the Holy 
land, notwithstanding the certainty of present calculations, on pleas 
and for reasons which cannot be stated here. The names, and other 
matters connected with the months we shall consider in our remarks 
upon YEARS to which we now proceed. 

In the Mishna (Treat. Rosh Hashanali cb, I, § 1.) we learn that 
" there are four periods of commencement of years, viz. on 1st Nissan 
is a new year for computing the reign of kings* and for festivals, 
(i. e. it commences the ecclesiastical year.) The first of Elool is a 
new year's day, whence to compute the titheing of cattle. The 1st 
of Tishri is new year's day for the ordinary or civil year;for the compu- 
tation of the sabbatical years (Lev. xxv.l.) and of the Jubilees; for the 
planting of trees, (Lev. six. 23,) and for herbs. On the 1st of Shebat, 
according to Beth Shammai, on the 15thaccordmg to Beth Hillel, is 
the new year for the titheing of trees." It has been shown by 
Hebrew writers that Israel, during their sojourn in Egypt, reckoned 
their years from the 1st Tishri, whereon, it is most generally assert- 
ed, creation commenced. f But that, as we learn from Ex. 
xii. 2, from their departure out of Egypt, Abib or Nissan was to 
be henceforth the first month of their ecclesiastical year, while for all 
civil purposes, the commencement of the year was still to be observed 
from the first of Tishri. In proof of this, we have, besides the just 
cited passage, Ex. xxiii.l6, where it is said the feast of Tabernacles is 
to be observed near the going out or close of the year, tit^T) hk ■;2 
when the produce of the fields was gathered in. Secondly, from 
Ex. xxxiv. 22 where its time is said to be at, or, near the year's 
revcikition or end nr^'n naipn.ij: Further, we have Lev. xxv. 9, where 

anotiier, uhknown to himself, doubtless, when he says, " The more correct 
presumption is, that Moses coiistructe<l Lunar and Solar Tables for the 
direction of his successors, in the reg-ular solemnization of their Passovers 
and fi'asts.'' One does not even become the advocate of Rabbinical dicta, 
when he requires in the name of common justice and common fairness, 
something more than a re erence to biassed Latin translations, upon ^vhicb. 
these viould-be-critics of the ancient writings of the Jewish people, found 
chiefly their groundless and unworthy attacks. For a longer notice of Mr. 
Allans remarks here, see "Hebrew Authors and their Opponents," by 
Abraha.ii de Sola. 

* If a king's reign commenced but a week before Nissan, this week 
w'ould be acccunted the first of his rcigu. 

f In the Talmud (Treat. Rosh Hashana) we find R. Eleazar refers the 
creation to the month Tishri, at the period of the autumnal equinox ; but R. 
Joshua, to Nissan, the vernal equinox. R. Joshua's dictum is generally adopt- 
ed. The question is fully discussed by Abarbanel, and R. Meuasseh beu 
Israel in his "Conciliator," (vol. 1, p. 127, Lindo's edition.) 

X The fact of these texts, referring rather to the season than to the 
month, is sufficient refutation of Mr. Allan's objection to Abendana's re- 
marks in the same connexion, ia^which he has been followed literally, by 
David Le%'j. 



16 

the Jubilee is ordered in the seventh month ; from Joel ii. 2S, and 
fi'om Joseplius. We have already said that the months of which 
the Jewish year consisted, are lunar. But since 12 lunar months 
contain only 354 days, 8 hours, 49 minutes and some seconds, thus 
falling some 11 days short of a solar year, about 33 years would 
carry back the beginning of the year, through all the four seasons, 
to the same point again; and thus a complete year would be gained 
from the solar computation. Now, while the Israelites continued in 
the land of Canaan, the agreement of the lunar and solar years was 
thus secured : — On the second day of the Passover, which was the 
16th of the first month, (Abib or Nissan) an omer of the first fruits 
of the ripe grain was require! to be offered to the Lord, (Lev. xxiii, 
10, 11.) When the last month of the ecclesiastical year, i. e., Adar, 
had arrived, therefore, and it was discovered from the backward- 
ness of the season, dependent upon the revolution of time, that the 
grain was not sufficiently ripened for the offering, an extra month 
called Adar Sheni or Veadar,i.e., the second Adar, w.as introduced, 
and the Passover thus observed " in its proper season." This inter- 
calary month would be required to be employed sometimes every 
second, and sometimes every third year. There were other 
causes besides the one already stated for the intercalation at the 
Passover period : — thus, the lambs must have grown sufficiently for 
the Passover sacrifices ; and it became necessary to allow time for 
the ripening of the wheat, so that the two loaves offered as' the first 
fruits of their wheat-harvest could be brought on the feast of 
Weeks ; again, that the produce of the field might be gathered in, as 
required, before the arrival of the feast of Tabernacles. The 15th 
of Nissan, then, could not be observed as the first day of the Pass- 
over, if it occurred before the vernal equinox, but an intercalation 
was made by which its observance, and, consequently, that of 
the other festivals, would be deferred. Such was the system obser- 
ved during the Israelites stay in Canaan. There, they could readily 
learn the decif^ions of the Sanhedrin. But when holy city and 
Temple were taken from them, as a just return for their multiplied 
transgressions, and they, themselves, dispersed in every quarter of 
the world, it became necessary, in order to secure the uniform 
observance of their sacred days, at their proper season, that a de- 
terminate system, founded upon correct scientific principles, should 
be generally adopted by Israelites wheresoever they were ; and 
this was done. We are told that to attain this end, and, at the 
same time, for the purpose of equalising the lunar and solar 
periods, they first made use of a cycle of 84 years, which was adop- 
ted from them by the primitive Christians for the appointment of 
their Easter for several centuries, but which was found faulty ; 
whereupon, both Jews and Christians, at the same time, adopted 
JMeton's celebrated c}'cle of 19 years, at the period of the Council 
of Nice (A.C. 325). But, in faet, it would appear that this cycle 
was borrowed by Meton and Euctemon, who " published their cal- 
culations to the Greeks assembled at the Olympic Games" from the 



11 

ancient Jewish tables, some 430 years before the Christian era, and 
Voo years before the Council of Nice.* The Mishna, compiled 
about the year 140 of the Christian era, refers, in numerous pas- 
sages, to the intercalary year ; and there further appears in its 
pages numerous indications of the existence of general principles of 
a calendar system, though there be no direct statement or exposition 
thereof, prior to the public teachings of those great and learned 
men to whom the introduction of the present Jewish Calendar 
system has been referred. The first of these we notice is Rab She- 
muel, who became Rosh in Naliardcea, in A. M. 3997, according 
to the "Yuchasin" and "Tsemach David" of Ganz. Among other titles 
be received the name of the "Astronomer", being always known as 
-K^'n-i" bxinu'' ") because of his especial celebrity in that science. Of 
him it is said -ynn^T -b-nu'S N-nu^-T ^V-iiu' n^b rin^T that the paths of the 
heavens were as familiar to him as the roads of Nahardoea. But 
in still higher terms is his contemporary, Rab Ada, spoken of. 
Although most branches of knowledge were familiar to him, yet he 
excelled in arithmetic., geometry, and astronomy. The great 
Maimonides in his elaborate treatise limnn inip (Consecration of the 
months,) speaks in approval and admiration of his calculations — to 
which he accords the praise of perfect contrivance, and astronomical 
exactitude, as indeed do all scholars, Jews as well as Christians, 
and of these even the most inveterate opponents and detractors of 
the Rabbies. Dean Prideaux says,| " His work may be truly 
reckoned the greatest piece of art and ingenuity that is to 
be found among the Jews." In short, he laid the foundations 
for the Jewish Calendar, which the eminent Hillel Hanasi, 
great grandson of R. Yehudah Hakadosh, the compiler of the 
Mishna, completed : — "It is the same system which we now follow, 
and w! icli we shall ever follow througliout the dispersions of Israel, 
until the coming of our redeemer.":]: The peculiarity of Rab 
Ada's system was the introduction of fractions (Slths) which Rab 
Shemuel had not publicly taught. According to Rab Ada, the 
solar year contained 365 days, 6 hours, 55 minutes, 25|^ seconds. 
The lunar month from one conjunction to the other 29 d , 12 h., 44' 
Sy, and the lunar cycle of 19 years 6939 d. 16 h. 33' 3i". This 
calculation upon which the Jewish Calendar is based, so agree3 
with the Gregorian, or New Style, in use among Christians, (intro- 
duced, be it remembered, by Pope Gregory XIII, as late as 1582 
of the Christian era, some fourteen centtirics after the publication and 
adoption of Rab Ada's calculations,) that there arise only a differ- 
ence of about two days in five centuries. The scheme generally 
adopted, upon authority of Hillel Hanasi, in further detail, is this : 
— The Cycle consists of 19 lunar years, and contains 235 months, 

* Even Mr. Allan joins the learned Dr. Hale in this opinion, which has 
been ably maintained by the celebrated Anatolius, Bishop of Laodicea, A,C, 
270. 

■j- Connections, Preface to vol 1 , 

i Ganz in "Tsemach David.'' 

b2 



II 



each month 29 d. 12 h. 44' 3 1'', in the \;^hole cycle 6939d. 16h. S3^ 
ol", the number of the days accordmg to Rab Ada, stated above* 
Of these 19 years, there are 12 of twelve months,* called Common, 
and 7 of thirteen months called Bissextile or Emljolismic. The re- 
ceived embolisraic or intercalated years, are the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 
11th, 14th, nth and 19th, in which it differed from the Metonic 
Cycle, every third year of which was Bissextile, and the IStli and 
19th. The names of the months with their corresponding English 
months and Zodiacal signs are contained in the subjoined table : — 

bo 

a 



03 

"'nii'n Tishril 
liU'n Heshvan2 
rbvD KislevS 
rata Tebet4 
anu' Shebat5 
*T7K Adar6 

^"3 NissanY 
'T'-K lyarS 
IVD Sivan9 
non Tamooz 

nx Ab 
bibK EIoollO 





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>> 




i-H 




rt 


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o 






ITl 










M 


f—^ 


C) 


f> 


71 


O 




a 


a 



13 TS 

o o 






o 



a 

a 



o 


m 


1 


3 


XI 


T 


^;:- 




a; 


§ 


O 

•-3 


a 


n 




-M 


•T3 





m 



bo 

c 

fcD 

n 

a 

o 

&. 

m 
eo 
}-i 

S~i 

O 

O 



1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



7 ::^ Libr a ■ 

8 TTL Cancer Dins 

9 } Sagittarius Appellceus 
10 V^* Capricorn us Audinoeus 



HyperberetsBus Sept Oct, 
Oct. Nov. 
Nov. Dec. 
Dec. Jan. 



11 

12 

1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 



n 

25 



Aquarius 

Pisces 

Aries 

Taui'us 

Gemini 

Scorpio 

Leo 

Virgo 



Peritius 

Dystrus 

Xanthicug 

Artemisius 

Dffisius 

Pan emus 

Lou3 

Gorpiceus 



Jan .Feb. 
Feb. Mar. 
Mar. Apr. 
Apr. May 
May June 
June July 
July Aug. 
Aug,Sept 



* A difference of opinion exists with reference to the order of the emhoiis- 
mic series, According to the Kabbies they are the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 11th, Htli, 
16th and 19th. K. Gamhel says they are the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 11th, 14th, 19th : 
and R. Eleazar, 3rd, 5tli, 8th, 11th, 14th, 16th, 19th. 

1 Called also Etbanim, 1st Kings, viii. 2, 2 Called also Bal, 1st Kings 
vi. 38. 3 Meaning perhaps, chilled. 4 Mii-y. 5 Sceptre. 6 Perhaps, Beau- 
tiful. 7 Flight :■ — Called also Abib, Ex. xiii. 4, an ear of corn. In this month 
barley began to be eared. Thus, April, among the Romans, Avas called " ab 
aperiendo terrain," from opening the earth. The Author of the "Ceremonies 
and Rehgious Customs of all Nations," observes, (Vol. 3, p. 108) that the year 
among the Hurons and several other nations of Canada, is composed of 
twelve synodical lunar months, each of which has *a suitable name given to 
it. Thus, March is called the worm month, because these then commence 



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The followiDg will show the lengths of the months in various 
kinds of years : — 

HAS DATS IN COMMON YEARS- HAS CAYS IN BISSEXTILE YEARS 

Imperfect. Ordinary. Perfect. Imperfect. Ordinary. Perfect 



Tishri 


30 


SO 


30 


30 


30 


30 


Heshvan 


29 


29 


30 


29 


29 


30 


Kisley 


29 


30 


30 


29 


30 


30 


Tebet 


29. 


29 


29 


29 


29 


29 


Shebat 


30 


30 


30 


30 


30 


30 


Adar 


29 


• 29 


29 


30 


SO 


30 


Adar Sheni 








29 


29 


29 


Nissan 


80 


30 


30 


30 


30 


30 


lyar 


29 


29 


29 


29 


29 


29 


Sivan 


30 


80 


30 


30 


30 


30 


Tamooz 


29 


29 


29 


29 


29 


29 


Ab . 


30 


30 


30 


30 


30 


30 


Elool • 


29 
353 


29 
854 


29 
355 


29 


29 
384 


.29 


Total.., 


383 


885 



Prom tiie above it appears that the following months are always 
Q-Nbo Full, or having 3u days, viz. Nissan, Sivan, Ab, Tishree, Shebat; 
while the following are ancn deficient, having 29 days, Iyar,Tamooz, 
Elool, Tebet, Adar ; the latter, however, having 30 days in Bissex- 
tiles, and Adar Sheni, 29. With respect to Heshvan and Kis- 
lev ; these are sometimes borh full, in other words, Heshvan has 
sometimes 30 days when Kislev will also have the same, and then 
the year will be no-bu' Perfect ; sometimes both are deficient, 
when the year will be r\'^'cn Imperfect ; sometimes Heshvan is 
deficient and Kislev full, when the year is mnDD Ordinary. As 
intimated elsewhere, the variations in these months have the effect 
of securing an observance of the Passover in its due season, and 
also an agreement with the synodical lunar month — thus, to avoid a 
deficiency of some 44^ minutes every month, amounting to nearly 
nine hours in twelve months, an additional day is periodically 
given to Heshvan, which then contains 30 days. When Heshvan 
and other months contain 30 days, the thirtieth day, as well as the 
first of the succeeding month, is observed as u-nn ti'Nn the feast of 
New Moon; for since the synodic month contains only 29d. 12 h. 
44' 2" 8283, it is evident that one half the thirtieth day is in the old 
month, and the other half in the new, in which manner they could 
not be observed according to Jewish custom, full distinct days being- 
required, and these " from evening to evening," — hence, the whole 
day is observed, and of necessity, the morrow, being, as it is, the 
first day of the new month. From 1st Samuel, xx, 5, compared 
with verse 27 of the same chapter, it would appear that the prac- 

to show themselves ; April, Moon of Plants ; May, Moon of Swallows, &c., 
&c. So the Flemings.— 8 Called also Ziv, (!st Kings, vi. 37,) beautj:-; some 
say, because the trees then were beautified with bails and blossoms; others 
because Solomon's beautiful Temple was laid on i:. 9 Bramble. 
lO Mourning, 



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tise of celebrating these two days, obtained, even in the days 
of Saul, say 2770 years ago. The following are those months* 
in which one day Rosh Hodesh, is observed : Kissan, Sivan, Ab, 
Tishri and Shebat, the Slman of which is kd^uti ; and those 
on which two days are observed, lyar, Tamooz, Elool, Marchesran, 
Adar, Adar Sheni, the Slman of which is KnNKO. Kislev 
and Tebet have sometimes two daj'^s, sometimes one ; thus, when 
Heshvan and Kislev are both full, then Kislev and Tebet will have 
two days R. H., and when these are both deficient, only one. When 
the one is deficient and the other full, then Kislev will have one, and 
Tebet two days. These months have been divided into four portions 
called msipn Tekuphot,| or revolutions, of three mon-ths each, 
containing, according to Rab Ada, 94 days 519 helakim or 
portions, (for facility of computation, the Rabbies have divided 
the hour into 1080 such parts ; these are divisible by any of the 
units but 7,) and 31 seconds. These Tekuphot receive their names 
from the months with which they commence. We have thus nHnpn 
^"3 Tekupha of Nissan, at the vernal equinox, when the sun enters 
Aries, including Nissan, lyar and Sivan. This period was styled 
ynn njr seed time. In this, day and night are equal. II, nuTi nt:r\pr\ 
The Tekupha of Tishri, at the autumnal equinox, when the sun 
enters Libra, including Tishri, Heshvan and Kislev, called T'l^nn nu 
houseing or vintage time, when the day and night are equal. In the 
latter month of this Tekupha, viz. Kislev, there commences the 
reading of the prayer called Dirnn nDin the proper time for which, 
according to Rab Shemuel, is 60 days after the siin enters Libra, 
which, during the 19th century, will be on the 6th October; but 
thereafter, in consequence of 1900 not being Bissextile, it is to be 
reckoned from the 7th. Now if the date of the Hebrew month be 
sought which corresponds with 6th October, which is generally in 
Tishri, the same date in Kislev is the day on which BarecU Alenu, 
is to be commenced ; except in a perfect year, Bissextile, or ordinary, 
when it is to be read a day earlier. In a year preceding a Bissex- 
tile, it is one day later. The summer prayer commencing li'-nx iD3ia 
is commonly read the first night of the Middle Days of Passover. 
III. nntD nH3ipn The Tekupha of Tebet, at the period of the 
winter solstice, when the sun enters Capricornus, including Tebet, 
Shebat and Adar, called t)-Tinn nv the stripping, or late autumn sea- 
son, when the nights are double the length of the days. IV. n?2n r\'li^pn 
Tekupha of Tamooz, at the summer solstice, when the sun enters 
Cancer, including Tamooz, Ab and Elool, called '^■')iji-r, ny harvest time, 
when the days are double the length of the nights.:}: The general 

* Distinguished by R. Menasseli ben Israel, in his "Thesoro dos Dinim" as 
*'reyes" and "ministros." 

f For the " Tekuphat Ilachamah" see the " Bcker Yizrach '' of the late 
revered Rabbi David Meldola. 

i The year was also divided into six season divisions of two months each 
viz ; Zerang, Katsir, Kor, Chom, Kayits, €hor«ph.—{Q^xx. viii. 22.) The first 
commenced in the latter half Tishri, &c. 



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rule laid down for the appointed time of tbe Tekupbot is that the 
Tekupha of Tebet commences eight days before January ; of Nissan, 
seven days before April; of Tamooz, six days before July; of 
Tishri, seven days before October. To assist the memory, a lo'D or 
memoria tecJaiica has been formed in the word fiTn, each letter 
of which,, being a numeral, indicates the number of days before 
each month when the Tekupha commencen. There are various 
other meinorice techniccc and rules which it becomes proper now to 
notice ; and first, those having reference to the days on which the 
various festivals may, or may not, be observed. Here they fol- 
low : — 

I. nrs "^in xb i.e., the first day of the Passover may not be celebra- 
ted on n, the 2nd day of the week, Monday; nor t, the fourth, "Wed- 
nesday; nor \ the sixth, Friday. Among the various reasons 
assigned for this rule are, that if the Passover occurred on the 
first mentioned day, a Monday ; Rosh Hashanah (new years day) 
would fall on Wednesday, and Kipoor, the Day of Atonement, on 
Friday ; and tlius two sabbaths or sacred days would become blended 
together, which must not be. Purim would also fall on Saturday, 
when the opposite characters of the feast and sacred day would ren- 
der a proper and consistent observance of both together, at one time, 
impossible. If Passover occurred on the second mentioned day n 
Wednesday, then Kipoor would fall on Sunday; but it has been seen 
that Kipoor and Sabbath may not immediately follow each other. 
If Passover occurred on the third mentioned day, t Friday, Rosh 
Hashanah would be on Sunday, and Hoshanganah Rabah on Satur- 
day, on which latter day the ceremony of taking the willow,tfec., could 
not, in conformity with traditional interpretation, be performed. 11. 
niu'n U'X"i nnx xb i.e., Rosh Hashanah maj not be celebrated on x, Sun- 
day. T Wednesday, or t Friday. The rule is that this important 
festival should be observed at the time of the monthly conjunction, 
unless this occur after noon, when the next day is kept, unless it and 
the conjunction in the first instance also, be on nx Sunday, Wed- 
nesday or Friday, when it is to be observed on Monday ; Thursday 
or Saturday. If the conjunction, in an ordinary year, take place at 
a quarter past nine, A. M., (more correctly 9 h. 11 m. 20 s.,) on 
Tuesday, then New Year's day will be deferred two days later, viz. 
uatil Thursday (e.g., in 5616; see the Calendar,) by which provision,the 
proper number of daj^s is allowed to the preceding month, Elool. 
When the conjunction occurs on, or after, half-past 3, P.M., (say 3 h. 
80 m. 52 s.) on Wednesday, in a year immediately following a Bis- 
sextile, Rosh Hashanah is then observed on Tuesday, (e. g. in 561*7 ; 
see the Calendar). The following table contains a continuation of 
the memorue techjiicce and rules for the removal of the Festivals i — 



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Simanira, 


, or Meinoriifi Names of Holv-days 


, May not fall But may 


Technicce. New Moons, &e. 


on 


on 


III. 


D-Ti33n Dv IK J Hb Kipoor 


T S F 


M\YThS 


IV. 


n^bn^ ov:; m ub Fast Gedalyah 


T F Sa 


S M,W Th 


V. 


mvi/ ^nj t<b Feast Eiglith 


T Th Sa 


S M W F 


VI. 


nn-i x:y2nn th^ Kb Hoshanah Rabah T Th Sa 


S M W F 


VII. 


Hjiot 3 Kb Dedication 


Tuesday 


All others 


VIII. 


iriDK mv n.iK Kb Fast Esther 


S T FSa 


M W Th 


IX. 


D^-nD nnT ub Purim 


Sa M W 


S T Th Fr 


X. -^ 


nnnn dv^; rnn Kb Fts.Tamooz&Ab M W F Sa 


S T Th 


XI. 


nirn ^^K Kb Tishri 


SWF 


]\I T Th Sa 


XII. 


ptt-n vna Kb Heshvan 


M Th S 


T WF S 


XIII. 


rbDD-, Kb Kislev 


-Saturday 


All others 


XIV. 


n3to t^^ Kb Tebet* 


ThSa 


S M T W F 


XV. 


mv; Mi Kb Shebat 


S F 


U T W ThSa 


XVI. 


-nx n^K Kb Adar 


S T Th 


M W F Sa 


XVII, 


|D^3 •\•^2. Kb Xissan&Passovr. 


M W F 


S T ThSa 


XVIII. 


^^*K ^-rK Kb lyar 


S WF 


M T Th Sa 


XIX. 


|rD tna xb sivan 


M Th Sa 


S T W F 


XX. 


ti?3n t*Tn Kb Taraooz 


M W Sa 


ST ThF 


XXI. 


2K mx Kb Ab 


S T Th 


MWF Sa 


XXII. 


bibK ^nj Kb Elool 


T ThSa 


S M W F 


And in 


Bissextiles 






XXIII. 


K -i-tK 13K Kb First Adar 


S T F 


M W Th Sa 


XXIV. 


n -JiK n3K Kb Second Adar 


S T Th 


M W F Sa 



The above list is rectified according to three of the most correct 
editions of the " Shulchan Aruch/' with which it has been collated. 
There are discrepancies between it and some Hebrew writers on 
the Calendar, (e. g. Abudaram,) which have arisen, no doubt, from 
mistakes of the copyists, or from printer's errors. They will be 
discovered and rectified by an examination which our limits do 
not allow us to make here ; but we continue with the Sima- 
nim: — We have already seen, that to secure an approximation 
of time between the Hebrew and synodical month, different 
numbers of- days have been given to certain months at cer- 
tain periods, affecting thereby the length of the year. It will 
be readily concluded from the above table, that, in consequence of 
the there required alteration in the commencement of the year and 
months, as well for the removals of the festivals, that various 
other modifications in the lengths and forms of the months and 
years must take place. Thus, there are not less then f(jurteen varia- 
t-o o in the form of the year, which, as in the table above, are 

• We have also, niU3TI1U''i; ] Kb, i.e. the tontli clay of Tebet, which is tlie 
fast, cannot be kept on Sabbath. One particular reason assigned is, that 
the observance of the fast may not be deferred, because it is said, concerning 
it, "in the self- same day'' as the day of Atonement. The ** Beth Yoseph " 
rejects this exposition us groundless, 



expressed by Shnanim for convenience and to aid the memory. 
By explaining the construction of three such Shnanim, the others 
will be easily understood. It is to be remembered, that the first 
raid last letters in all are numerical, e. g. I. mra, in which n is 2, and 
n, 5. The first number f hows on what day of the week Rosh Hasha- 
nah (the commencement of the civil year) occurs, in the kind of 
year which the Siman represents. In our example it is n the 
second, or Monday. The last number shows the day of the week 
on which Rosh Hodesh Nissan, the commencement of the ecclesias- 
tical year, and also the Passover, falls; in the example it is n, or Thurs- 
day. The middle letter indicates the nature of the year and ig 
either u', as in the example, the initial letter of nri-bir Peifect, in 
which Heshvan and Kislev will be both full, as before explained; 
w n, the initial of mnn Imperfect, in which Heshvan and Kislev are 
deficient; or it will be D, the initicil of mnCD Ordinary, in which 
Heshvan is deficient, and Kislev full. Our second example is :inn 
n shows that new year's day is on Monday ; n, that the year is 
Imperfiict, and 3 that Rosh Hodesh Nissan falls on Tuesday. Our 
third example is n3:, 2 to show that new year's day is on Tuesday, 
D to show that the year is Ordinary, and n to show that Rosh Ha- 
desli Nissan falls on Thursday. This explained, we detail the 
Simanim as follows : — 





COMMON 


YEARS. 


BISSEXTILE 


YEARS. 




Siman. 


Contains Days. 




Siman. 


Contains Days, 


L 


nti^i 


-355 


I. 


W^ 


383 


11. 


jnn 


353 


II. 


nni 


385 


III. 


HDJ 


354 


III. 


t3J 


384 


IV. 


^^ti^n 


355 


IV. 


Jii>n 


385 


V. 


nn 


354 


V. 


H;nn 


383 


VI. 


Jtr^T 


355 


VI. 


ntt^r 


385 



VII. «nT 353 VII. jn> 383 

These changes in the appointment of the festivals are fully treated 
of by writers on the Jewish Calendar under the head nTmi mj;"'2p 
i.e., fixing and removing of days. They are of two kinds: the 
first we may style Planetary , and the second, Exigent. Planetary 
Removal we have already explained in our remarks upon months, 
since the term merely conveys that rules were laid down to defer 
the consecration of the new moon until after the completion of its 
conjunction, which is styled 1h^^o. It may be added here, however, 
that if this took place before noon, that is, during any of the >[ 
eighteen hours contained between this time and the preceding even- 
ing at six o'clock, v/hich commenced the day, then the new moon is 
celebrated on this day ; — As Abudaram writes, "were the Moled oi 
Tishree even but one helek or scruple before noon, it is to be conse- 
crated and called-nnaiVioJuniorMoled," but not till the following day 



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]f the conjunction was after 12 o'clock.when it is called ypv nbn?3 Senile 
Moled. This removal is expressed by the term n" (eighteen) refer- 
ring to the 18 hours which affect it, and is remembered by the further 
» phrase or Siman, nivn inx^ nu'm b^^DV r\rir\ ^^K "nr^ nivn anp ibi: 
Exigent Removal has been instituted to avoid the inconvenience 
and impropriety of two festivals being celebrated, the one immedi- 
ately after the other. And yet this is not always avoidable. Thus, 
if Passover fall on Sunday, it immediately follows on the weekly 
Sabbath ; and if it fall on Saturday, then Pentecost will fall on Sun- 
day and immediately succeed the weekly Sabbath. Occasionally, 
there obtains a removal produced by a combination of the above 
two, wliich we may call Combined Removal, and further distin- 
guished as first single and second doicble. Single Combined Removal 
means that the festival is deferred one day only, whereas Double 
Combined Removal means that the festival has been removed for a 
longer period. Abudaram in his lucid treatise gives examples^ 
which illustrate the above distinctions. For the first kind, let us 
suppose the Moled of Tishree had not taken place before Sunday 
noon ; then, while Planetary Removal would require Rosh Hash- 
anali to be deferred, because it was after n' or eighteen hours, Exi- 
gent Removal would also require that it should be deferred a day, 
since it cannot be celebrated on a Sunday,n'n -nn Nb,as it would imme- 
diately succeed the weekly Sabbath. Thus, the Slman toDpn lun con- 
veys that in the year following a Bissextile, if the conjunction had not 
been concluded on the second n day of the week before the 15th 
ID hour and 589th "ciDpn helek, the feast is deferred till the following 
day, Tuesday. Double Combined Removal is thus exemplified. If, 
the conjunction should not have taken place until Saturday after- 
noon, then Planetery Removal defers the celebration of Rosh 
Hashanah till the following day, it having taken place after n" 
eighteen hours. But as this day, Sunday, would immediately fol- 
low the weekly Sabbath, the festival is deferred one day longer, — 
thus the Siman T-ii3.T. This denotes, that if in a common year, the 
Moled be on the third day or Tuesday n, not before the 9th hour 
10, and 204 Ti helakim, the celebration is deferred till Thursday the 
5 th day — This, however, is not of frequent occurrence. We now 
proceed to add some rules more or less dependent upon the 
above, which it is useful to know, and are, as usual, conveyed by 
Simanim. 

U^ Xn di uj ^i li« 

This remarkably ingenious Siman (see Shulchan Aruch, ch. 
428, 93) is merely a combination of the first and last six letters 
of the Hebrew Alphabet, the first, k, being joined with the last,n; 
the second,a,with the last but one r, <fcc. As the letters are also nume- 
rical, they are enabled to show, in the present Siman, the days of 
the week on which the festivals of the year occur, in connection 

* The reader is especially referred, however, to Maimonides'JS^^idoosA Haho- 
desh. 



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with the days of Passover ; the first letter of each syllable denoting 
the day of Passover, while the inverted letter exhibits the festival, 
&c. Thus, on the same day of the week as is k, first day of Pass- 
over, will be n, i.e. nxn nyu'n, or -mn the fast of Ab or Tamooz. 
Same day as a, second day, will be u^, ^. (?.,mi;i a U', Pentecost; same day 
as :), third, will be i, i.e. r\y<VT\ ttn"); same day as i, fourth, will be p, i.e 
rmnn nx-ip, Simchat Torah, on which the reading of the law is 
recommenced ; same day as n, fifth, will be y, i.e. "nsD mv, Kipoor 
same day as ^, sixth, will be % i.e. the past oma, Purim. 

The first letter of these words (which may be rendered " Peleg 
lives for ever,") is the initial of D""!!!), Purim ; the next two, :ib (33) 
stand for the 33rd day of Homer, which is always on "Tt (18) the 
eighteenth day of lyar, The Siman conveys that on the same day 
as is Purim, will be abiyb, always the 3 3rd of Homer, or 1 8th of lyar. 
Shul. Aruch. ch 428, S. 1. 

Here 3 is the initial of n-nDD Ordinary (years) and n of n"!Dn Im- 
perfect (years), 3 of f: the Lamp (of Hanukah) y of niy eve, m of 
r]':]i'rf i^Nn New Year, m; of no-bu' Perfect (years), » of ar, day m of 
njuTi u^H'^, new year. The Siman may be translated " The power of 
the maid is song," and denotes that in Ordinary and Imperfect years 
n'3, tlie first day of Hanukah 3, occurs on the same week-day as the 
preceding Rosh Hashanah Eve nh'y, and in Perfect years, u>, the 
first day of Hanukah falls on the same day " as the first day of the 
preceding Rosh Hashanah n'n. 

Denotes that when a Monday and 2 Tuesday are "jbr^n "the king" — 
a term applied to Rosh Hashanah ; God on that day being specially 
regarded as iDDii'nn ibon the King of Judgment, — and there being, in 
consequence, two Sabbaths between Rosh Hashanah and Succot, then 
is riD severed or separated (fromP.Nitsabim) the portion ']b^^ (P.51.) 
which is read between R. H. and Kipoor. ro has here the sense of 
breaking ov parting as in Lev. ii. 6. 

Having now at some length described the kinds and changes of 
the Jewish years, it remains for us to add a few words as to the 
Jewish computation from eras. These were various. Thus we find 
that one era or epoch used was from the lives of the Patriarchs, 
Gen. vii. 11, viii. 13 ; next, they reckoned frem the Exodus and insti- 
tution of the national polity (Ex. xix.l, xl.l7 ; Numb, i.l, ix. 1 ; 1st. 
Kings vi. 1); again, from the building of the Temple; 1st. Kings, 
ix. 10; 2nd. Chron. viii. 1) ; again, from the reigns of the kings; 
next, from the Babylonian Captivity, Ezek. i. \,&c. They also 
computed from the Seleucidcean era, called the era of the Greeks, in 
the books of Maccabees. It commenced with the accession of 
Seleucus Nicanor to power, about 312 years before the Christian era. 
About this time it is supposed the Hebrews first commenced to 



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compute from ihe Creation. (Abendana makes it only 100 years 
before bis time, i.e. 850 years ago.) Tbe precise duration of tbis 
era is not more obscure tbau tbe precise number of years elapsed 
since creation, wbicb, altbougb not a question of tbe bigbest impor- 
tance, bas yet been mucb discussed by Rabbinical writers. But 
obscurity must, necessarily, obtain in tbis inquiry, from tbe circum- 
stance tbat tbe period wben tbe 400 years servitude in Egypt 
commenced, is very debatable. We can bere only refer tbe reader, 
wbo would know more of tbis discussion, rife among the Talmud- 
ists themselves, to the Commentators, especially Don Isaac Abar- 
banel, on Gen. xv.,to nmm?2U> on Exodus xviii., nm Nnb-DQ on Ex. 
xiii., noiriDn on Ex.xiv., and to tbe Targum of Jonathan on Ex.xii. The 
present computation bas been most generally adopted. According 
to it, the present year is AnnoMundi, 5614, which, as the custom is, 
we have designated on our title page by means of a scriptural 
quotation. The one we have selected, as most appropriate, is from 
Psalm xc. 12, and means " Teach us so to number our days." Tbis is 

**** 
called a \did or motto. Another might be nnbn by rrnn. On 
adding together the numbers represented by tbe letters with aste- 
risks, we shall find they amount to 614; and hence p'ob the initials of 
the words ] 'jp D"iDb, i.e., "according to the lesser reckoning," are added 
to denote that the thousands are omitted. 

The limits which we have laid down for ourselves, preclude a 
farther discussion of tbe subjects of which we have now briefly 
treated. But if our readers have been enabled from what bas been 
advanced to possess themselves of the general features of the 
Jewish Calendar system, and the Jewish method of computing 
time, we shall have performed all that we proposed to ourselves, 
and all, perhaps, that they expected or desired here, from us. Those 
who seek a more complete exposition, we refer to the Hebrew 
Commentators, particularly to Rashi and Aben Ezra, (tbe latter on 
the Section xn,) and to Abarbanel on tbe Pentateuch ; to Maimoni- 
des in his U'-nnn imp ; to Abudaram in bis treatise on the Calendar, 
which bas been translated into English by Abraham de Sola ; the 
mD-iny idd ; the ntybx ,-i "p-iD ; to the Tn nj/o -)DD of R. David 
Repbael Meldola; aud to the learned and interesting correspondence 
of Isaac Samuel Reggio, and Hayim Selig Slominski in the 
Hebrew Magazine T?2n cn3 for 5601, 1841. Among Christian 
writers there will be found much illustrative matter and 
detailed calculations in tbe following: — Spencer De Legibus 
Hebroeorum, Wahner's Antiquitates Heb., Lamy's Apparatus 
Biblicus, Schulz's Comp. Arch. Heb., Ligbtfoot's Hor. Heb., Re- 
land's Autiq.Heb., Jabn's Archoeologia Biblia, Godwin's Antiquities, 
Carpenter's Calendarium Palestinae, and Theodor Fricdleben's 
Lehrbuch der Chronologie. There are some elaborate tables at the 
end of Dr. Adam Clarke's Commentary ; and Allan, also, has com- 
piled some lesser tables in his "Modern Judaism"; but this work, as 
well as some other modern productions, must be read with extreme 



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caution, as they contain many errors and misrepresentations. We 
conclude by appending a list of the Jewish Festivals, &,c., accom- 
panied with references and remarks deemed useful and necessary : 

THE LORD'S FESTIVALS AND HOLY CONVOCATIONS. 

THE SABBATH. 

The Seventh Day, or Saturday, instituted as a day of rest, in memorial of 
the Creation; Gen. ii. 2. Observed anterior to the delivery of the law; 
Ex. xvi. 4, 30. In memory of the departure from Egypt; Ex. xx. 8, 11; 
xxxiv. 21; Deut v. 12, 15. A sign between God and Israel forever; Ex. 
xxxi. 13, 17. Kindling of fire thereon prohibited; lb. xxxv 1, 3. To be 
strictly kept; Lev. xix. 1, 4, 30; xxvl 2; xxiii. 1,3; xxiv. 8. The profaner 
thereof stoned to death ; Numb xv. 32, 36 Offerings for theS; lb. xxviii, 
9, 10. Religious worship and instruction thereon ; 2 Kings, iv. 23. King's 
guard and Levites on duty relieved on S ; lb. xi, 9. Covert for the S. built ; 
lb. srvi. 18. " The S. I cannot away with ;" Is. i. 13, 14. " Blessed is he who 
observeth it;'' Is.lvi. 1, 7- "If thou wilt call the Sabbath a delight;" lb Iviii, 
13, 14. "From one S. to another, all flesh shall go to worship ;'' Ixvi. 23. S. 
shall cease; Hos. ii. 11. Desecrators not forgotten by God; Amos viii. 4, 7. 
Bear no burden upon the S.; Jer. xvi 19,27 S. mocked by Israel's adversaries; 
Lam. i. 7. Caused to be forgotten by God; lb. ii. 6. God's fury poured out 
because S. polluted ; Ez. xx. 10 ; x.xii. 7, 8, 26 ; xxiii. 38 ; xliv. 24 ; xlv. 17. 
Gate inner court opened on the S ; Ib.xlvi. 1,4. Psalm of the S. day ; Ps.xcii. 
Nothing purchased on S ; Neh. x. 31. Nehemiah testifies against S. breakers, 
and prevents traffic on the S : lb. xiii. 15. 

THE FEAST OF NEW MOON. 

The day of its commencement is always publicly announced in the Syna- 
gogue on the previous Sabbath ; and the divine blessing implored to prevail 
during its continuance. Anciently, special religious service and instruction 
were afforded on the N. M. 2 Kings iv. 23. Unlawful to buy and sell on 
N. M. Amos viii. 4, Special sacrifices on the N. M. Num. xxviii. 11. 



TISHRI. 



WEATHER (in PALESTINE). 

Very hot days, and excessively cold 
nights. (See Jacob's emphatic appeal 
to Laban, Gen. xxxi. 40.) Thermome- 
ter 65° ; Variation 4** a 5°, Light- 
nings frequent at night. Wind chiefly 
from the west. 



PRODUCTIONS (in PALESTINE). 

Eipe dates, pomegranates, pears, 
plums, citrons, .oranges. Sebastes 
and Charuubi yield : Cotton gather- 
ed, and second cluster of grapes 
which blossomed in April, Plough- 
ing begins. 



1st Day. — Eosh Hashanah, New Tear, called also Yom HaziTc- 
karon. Day of Memorial, and Feast of Trumpets; as some say 
Zecher ailo shel YitschaJc, in memory of the ram, entangled by its 
horns, offered instead of Isaac. It is the beginning of the civil year, 
and traditionally accounted as the anniversary of Creation. It is a 
holy convocation, on which no servile work is to be done. Lev. xxiii. 
24. Special offerings thereon. Numb- xxix. 1. From the 1st to 
the 10th day, are called Aseret Temeh Teslmhah, the ten Peniten- 
tial days, and as such, are solemnly observed. The Sabbath falling 
therein is called Shahat Teslmhah, or Penitential Sabbath, on which 
it is customary for Jewish Ministers to address their people on the 
subject of repentance. 

2 Second Day of Bosk Hashanah, observed with the strictness 
of the first, and with it, considered by the Rabbles as Yoma Arichfa 
one prolonged day. 



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3. Tsoni Gedaliah, Fast of Gedaliah, observed to commemorate 
the treacherous murder of Gedaliah beu Ahikam, Governor of Ju- 
dea, (2 Kings xxv. 25,) called by Zechariah (viii.l9,) the Fast of the 
Seventh Month, If it fall on Sabbath, it is kept on the morrow, 
Sunday. Aben Ezra, in his comment on Zecli. viii. 19, says the 
'■' four fasts" were not institued by a prophet, but voluntarily adopted 
by the people. 

5. Fast for the death of R. Akiba ben Yoseph, &c. — Discontinued. 

T. Fast for the apostacy of the Golden Calf. D. 

9. Moses descended Sinai with the second Tables. (Abudaram, 
p. 115.) Feast therefor. D. 

10. Tom Hakippurim, Day of Atonement, most strictly observed 
as a day of expiation and fasting ; Ex. xxx. 10. Its appropriate 
ceremonies and observances are detailed in the Portion of the Day 
and in the additional service. Excision is denounced against those 
who profane it ; Lev. xxiii. 26. Its special offerings ; Num. sxix. 
1. The Year of Jubilee was proclaimed in the Temple on this 
day with the sound of trumpets. " All the feasts will be abrogated 
except the Day of Atonement and Purim." — Vayikrah Rabhah. 

15. Succot, Feast of Tabernacles, called also Hag Haasiph, Har- 
vest Feast, commemorates the Israelites dwelling in Succot, or 
booths, on their departure from Egypt ; also, the houseing of the 
harvest. Ex. xxiii. 16 ; Lev. xxiii. 33. Num. xxix. 12 ; Deut. xvi. 
13 ; 2 Chron. vii. 8 ; Neh. viii. 14. It lasts seven days, exclusive 
of the Feast Eighth of Assembly. It is now solemnised by "dwelling 
in the Tabernacle," taking the Palm-branch, Citron, Willov.^ and 
Myrtle ; besides the special services of the Synagogue. On this, 
as on the Passover and Pentecost festivals, all the males were 
obliged to go up to Jerusalem. The intermediate days are called 
Hoi Hammoed, or lighter festival. 

21. Hoshanganah Rahhah, the seventh and last of the festival, 
so called, because (seven) additional circuits were made in the Tem- 
ple, and additional Hosanahs are addressed to the Throne of Grace 
on this day. It is observed with heart-stirring and special solemnity 
by the Portuguese Jews. 

22. Shemiui Atseret, Feast of the Eighth Day, (Lev. xxiii. 36,) 
whereon the peple prepared to take leave of one another, and the 
Biccurhn, or ripe fruits, were offered with great rejoicing. Prayer 
for rain to nourish the world is offered on this day. 

23. Sinihat Torah, Festival of rejoicing for the Law. On this 
day the reading of the law is finished, but immediately recom- 
menced, that there may be no intermission therein, in accordance 
with the scriptural ordinance. Two persons are appointed fur this 
honorable duty ; first is Hatan Torah, Bridegroom of the Law, 
who finishes the reading ; and, second, Hatan Beresheet, Bridegroom 
of the Beginning, who recommences it. The Sabbath following 
this festival, when the whole of the first section of the Law (Bere- 
sheet) is read, is called Shabbat Beresheet. Dedication of Solomon's 
Temple finished. 



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HESHVAN. 



WEATHER. 

Extreme heat of dajs abated. Com. 
mencement of rainy season, Thunder. 
Ther. 72°, Var. 3° a 4«. 



PRODUCTIONS. 

Pistachio, charnubi, olive, pome- 
granate, third cluster of grapes, cot- 
ton, lettuce, endives, cresses, wild 
chervil, spinage, beet, garden and 
wild artichoke, Wheat and barley 
sown. 

Three days fast are kept in atonement of any sins committed 
during the celebration of the three chief festivals, in con- 
formity with the example of Job, who sacrificed after the feasting 
of his children. They are called Taanith Sheni, Fast of the second 
day ; Taanith Hmnishi, Fast of the fifth day ; and Taanith Tanina, 
Fast of the second Monday. See, also, Shul. Ar,, ch. 5*75. 

6. Fast for blinding of Zedekiah and slaughter of the people. D. 

l*? Flood commences. Gen. vii. 11. 

28. Fast for the pollution of the stones of the Altar by the 
Greeks. 1 Mac. iv. 46. D. 

25. Fast to commemorate tlie Cuthoean victories. D. 

27. Noah went forth from the Ark. 

KISLEV. 

WEATHER, I PRODUCTIONS. 

Kains fall. Heat less in day ; nights j Dates, napleia or cenoplia. Corn 
very cold. Wind N. Ther. 50° a 60«, I generally sown. 
Var, 2° a 5='. | 

Prayer for rain {Barech Menu) is read in the Synagogues. The 
due time for this is sixty days after the autumnal equinox, which 
varies from the 2nd to the 6th December, during this century, but 
is generally on the 4th. (See p. 20.) 

3. Feast in memory of the Asmoneans throwing forth the idols, 
D. Commencement of the Babylonian Captivity. 

6. Fast for burning of the Roll of Jeremiah by Jehoiakim. D. 

7. Festival on account of the death of Herod the Great. D. 
21. Feast of Gerizim, for triumph over the Samaritans. D. 

25. Hanukah, Feast of Dedication, observed in memory of the 
dedication of the Altar after it had been defiled by Antiochus 
Epimanes, instituted by Judas Maccaboeus, (Mace. iv. 59,) and 
lasts eight days. Observed by the lighting up of lamps, further 
to commemorate the miraculous preservation of the one small jar 
of consecrated oil found. (Tal. Treat. Shabat, ch. ii.) 

TEBET. 

WEATHER. I PRODUCTIONS. 

First winter month, Piercing cold. ] Sugar canes ripen. Pulse and 
Rain. Winds from E.orN. Ther. 46°, I corn sown. Grass and herbs after 
Var. 3®. I the rains. 

8. Fast to commemorate the translation of the Bible into Greek 
bytheLXX. D. 9. Ezra died. 

10. Commencement of the siege of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnez- 
zar. 2 Kings, XXV. Called by Zechariab, *' fast of tenth month." 



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28. Feast, because R. Simeon, in the days of Alexander JanncB- 
us, drove out the Sadducees, and introduced the Pharisees into the 
Sanhedrin. D. 



SHEBAT. 



WEATHER 

Still cold. Snow. Heavy rains, es- 
pecially at ni^ht. Wind generally 
\V. Ther, 40°, 460, Var 3=' a 4='; 
on rainy days 1 '^ a 2 ^ . Latter end 
month hot. 



PKODCCTIONS. 

Corn sown. Beans blossom. Trees 
in leaf Winter fig, cotton tree, cau- 
liilower, hjacinthe, violet, tulip,worm- 
wood, anemonies, colchicas, &c. 



2. Feast of rejoicing for the death of Alexander Jann£eus. D. 
(The atrocity referred to the dying moments of this king is also 
related, with some variation, of Herod's death, for which, according 
to some, the seventh Kislev was observed as a feast.) 

4. Fast in memory of the Elders who succeeded Joshua. D. 

15. Eosh Hashanah Leaylanot, New year for Trees, or Tubishbat, 
i.e. 15th Shebat. The reckoning of the tithes for trees was regula- 
ted accordingly as they were planted before or after this day. It is 
affirmed that the daughters of Shiloh went into the fields to dance 
on this day, clothed in white, and that great rejoicing then prevailed. 
(Judges, xxi. 21.) It is still observed as a feast, characterised by 
the variety of fruits procured therefor. 

23. Fast for the division between Benjamin and the tribes. D. 

28. Feast for raising siege of Jerusalem. D. 

29. Memorial of death of Antiochus Epiphanes. D. 

The last Sabbath in this month, when the first of Adar or 
"Veadar is on a week day, is called Shabat Shekalim, be- 
cause that portion (Ex. xxx. 13,) is read which refers to the collect- 
ing of the annual tax of the half-shekel for the sacrifices, now col- 
lected on Purim, and generally appropriated to the relief of the 
Jews of Palestine. 



ADAR. 



WEATHER 

As last month. In South, snow and 
cold cease. Rains, warmer. AVind 
N. orE. Ther. 42=' a47°, Var, 1° 
a30. 



PRODUCTIONS, 

Latter crops appear. Barley sown. 
Cauliflowers and water parsnips 
gathered. Peach and apple , blossom. 
Variety of herbs in the fields. 

Ezra, vi. 15. D. 



5. Feast for dedication of Temple 

T. Fast for death of Moses, 

9. Fast for dissensions of Hillel and Shammai. D. 

12. Fast for the martyrs Hollianus and Pipus. D. 

13. Fast of Esther, observed in commemoration of the one kept 
by her. Es. iv. 1. When it falls on Sabbath, it is observed on 
the preceeding Thursday. 

The Sabbath immediately preceding Purim is called Shabat 
Zachor, Sabbath of Remembrance, from the initial word of the ad- 
ditional portion read thereon, (Deut. xxv. 17,) and which refers to 
the enmity of Haman's forefathers, the Amalekites. 



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14. Purim, a feast obseived with much rejoicing, in commemo- 
ration of the delivery of the Jews in the days of Mordecai and 
Esther from the snares of their arch enemy Haman. 

15. Purim Shushan. Es. is. 18. 

16. Feast because the walls of Jerusalem destroyed by the 
Grecians were recommenced. D. 

20, Fast because Honi Hamangal obtained rain by his interces- 
sion at a time of great dearth. D. 

28. Feast because the edict of Antiochus which forbad circum- 
cision was recalled. D. 

29. The first of the thi-ee terms for titheing cattle commenced, 
being 15 days before Passover; the other two being 15 days before 
Pentecost and Tabernacles. They were tithed thus long before the 
festival, that sufficient might be supplied the people assembled in 
Jerusalem, who could not make use of them untithed. 

The last Sabbath but one before JSTissan, when 1st of Adar is on 
Sabbath, is called Shabat Parah, or of the Heifer, because that por- 
tion (Num. xix,) is read to remind the people of the required purifi- 
cations for the approaching Passover. Shabat Hahodesh, or of the 
month, is the Sabbath before Nissan, when the portion, Ex. xii. 2, 
electing Nissan as the first month, is read. 

ADAR SHENI. 
This month occurs only in Embolismic years, "There is no difierence 
between Adar and Adar Sheni (as to observances,) except the 
reading of the Megillah and the bestowal of gifts." 

NISSAN. 

WEATHER PRODUCTIONS. 

Still rains. Thunder and hail. Warm Thyme, sage, rosemary, artichoke, 

and temperate ; sometimes extremely fennel, &c. Rice, Indian wheat. Da- 

hot, "Western winds. Tlier. at begin- mascus corn are sown. Beans, chick- 

ning of month 52<=', towards end peas, lentils and gervansos gathered. 

56 o a 58 ° , Var. 5 © a 8 =■ . Every tree in leaf. 

1. Fast for the death of Aaron's sons. D. 

10. Fast for the death of Miriam. D. The lambs were to be 
provided on this day for the fourteenth. Israelites passed the Jor- 
dan. 

The Sabbath before Passover is called Shabat Hagadol, or great 
Sabbath, because the Israelites were not molested when thev took 
the lamb as commanded, though it was regarded as a god by the 
Egyptains — therefore deemed as much a miracle as any wrought in 
Egypt. 

14. Fast observed by all the first born, in commemoration of the 
death of the first born of Egypt, while the first born of the Israel- 
ites were saved. Ex. xii. 12. 

15. Pesach, the Passover, or Feast of Unleavened Bread, (Ex.xii. 
3, &,c.,) instituted in memorial of the departure from Egypt. Dur- 
ing the continuance of the festival no leaven is permitted, either as 
food, or to remain in the houses. On tliis day, prayers for dew to 
bless the world are read in the Synagogues. 



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1 6. Second day of' Passover. Hereon the counting of the Omer 
is commenced, (Lev. xxiii. 15,) and the wave sheaf was offered up 
to God. 17. Ark rested on Mount Arrarat. 

23. Isru Hag. On this day were offered all such free will offer- 
ings as liad been presented during the festival, but which could not 
then be sacrificed. 26. Joshua died. 

Between Passover and Pentecost, are read, on every Sabbath, a 
portion of the Ethics of the Fathers, until finished. 



lYAR. 



WEATHER. 

Latter rains fall. Heavy dews at 
night. Ther. 60 ■= a QQ^, Afternoon 
Var. 8° a 10'='. Snows on Libanus, 
&.C., begin to thaw. 



PRODCCTIONS. 

Wheat, zea or spelt, and barley 
ripen. Almond and Orange produce 
fruit. Turpentine and charnubi 
blossom. 



2. Foundation of Solomon's Temple laid. 

7. Feast for rebuilding of the walls by Jonathan and Simon. D. 

10. Fast for death of Eli and taking of the Ark. 1 Sam.iv.18. D. 

13. Alcimas plagued for attacking the walls of the Temple. 

14. Pesach Sheni, Second Passover, instituted for those who 
could not observe it from uncleanness, &c., in the proceeding month. 
Numb. ix. 9 ; 2 Chron. xxx. 1. 

15. Quails given to the Israelites for food. 

18. Laglaomer, or Thirty-third of the Omer. On this day the 
plague among the disciples of R. Akiba ceased ; and it was institu- 
ted as a minor festival. 

21. Second term for titheing. 

23. Simon took Gaza. 1 Mace. xiii. 40. Feast. D. 

26. Feast for great deliverance from the Grecians. D. 



SIYAN. 



WEATHER. 

Summer commences. Excessive 
heat. Ther. 76° a 80®, Var. 6® a 
9 ° . AVinds generally from the 
West. 



PRODUCTIONS. 

Wheat, barley and rice cut down. 
Early apples gathered. Mandrakes, 
sage, rue, garden purslain, &c. 



The three days proceeding Pentecost are called SJieloshet Yemeli 
Haghalah, " three days of setting bounds," to Mount Sinai. 

6. Shehungot, Pentecost, or Feast of Weeks, so called from its be- 
ing observed after the completion of the seven weeks after Pass- 
over ; also called Yom Habikurim, Day of the First Fruits, which 
were then offered of the wheat harvest, in loaves baked of the new 
corn. Ex, xxiii. 16, &c. This festival also commemorates the 
giving of the Law. 

13. Feast for the victories over the Bathsurites. Mace. v. 5. D. 

23. Fast because Jeroboam prevented the tribes to go up to Je- 
rusalem with their first fruits. D. 

25. Fast for murder of Simon ben Gamliel, Hananiah Hasegan, 
&c. D. 

26. Feast because when the Egyptians desired Alexander to 
cause the Jews to restore the " vessels of silver, &c.," they had 



WEATHER. 

Extremely hot. Ther. 76 => a 80 o , 
Afternoon Var. 84° a 92='. Winds 
generally from the West. 



taken with them from Egypt, Alexander replied they should da 
so, when the Egyptians had paid to them the wages of 600,000 
men, for 400 years. D. 

27. Fast for martyrdom of R. Hananiah ben Taradion. D. 

TAMOOZ. 

PRODUCTIONS. 

Rice, early figs and apples, plums, 
cherries, mulberries ripen Palm 
produces opo-balsamum : melons 
gathered. 

Tlie Three Weeks which end with the Fast of Ab commence ki 
this month. They are marked as a season of unusual abstinence 
from enjoyment and amusement. 

17. Fast to commemorate the destruction of the walls, &c.,_of 
Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar, (Jer. lii. 4) ; the taking of the city 
by Titus ; the ceasing of the daily offering ; and the burning of the 
Law by Epistemon, who set up an idol in the Temple ; also, the 
breaking of the tables by Moses. Called by Zechariah, ''Fast of 
the fourth month." Wlien it falls on Sabbath, it is kept on Sunday. 

AB. 



PRODUCTIONS. 

Dates, apples, pears, nectarines, 
peaches, grapes, and the gourd ripen. 
No pasturage for cattle. 



WEATHER. 

Heat intense. No rain. Moun- 
tains free from snow. Ther. 80 ° a 
86®, Var. 8° a 10«^. Winds gene- 
rally West. 

After the Fast of the 9th, this month receives the name of Me- 
nacheni. 

1. Fast for death of Aaron. D. 

9. Fast Tishaheah. Fast to commemorate the destruction of the 
1st Temple by Nebuchadnezzar, and the 2nd by Titus ; the taking 
of Either by Severus; called (Zech. viii. 19,) Fast of the fifth 
month. When it falls on Sabbath it is observed on the following 
day. 

15. Tuheah. Reconciliation between Benjam-in and the other 
tribes effected. Judges xxxi. 1 9. Day of bringing in wood offer- 
ing. Kept as a minor feast. 

18. Fast because burning of lamp discontinued in days of Ahaz 
D. 

24. Feast for the abrogation of the Sadducean Law, whereby 
sons and daua;hters inherited alike. D, 



ELOOL. 



WEATHER. 

Heat still intense. Ther. same as 
last month, but latter end falls 4 ° a 
5 ^ . Dew. Snow on Libanus. 



PRODUCTIONS, 

Figs, olives, pomegranates ripen. 
The shrub al kenna blossoms. First 
clusters of vine to maturity. 



The Selichot or Propitiary Prayers are commenced from the first 
of this month, according to the Portuguese Custom ; but by the 
German, one week before Rosh Hashauah. 

7. Dedication of the Walls of Jerusalem by Nehemiah. 

17. Fast for the death of Spies. Numb. xiv. 36. D. 



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TABLE OF PARASHIOT AND HAPHTAROT FOR FESTIVALS AND 
OTHER SPECIAL OCCASIONS. 

First Day of Rosh Hashan4H. — 1st Sepher from Genesis 21, 1, to verse 
34. 2iid Seph. from Numbers 29, 1 to verse 6. Haphtorah — 1st Samuel, 
from ch 1, 1 to eh 2, v 10, inclusive. 
Second Day, do — 1st Seph. Gen. xxii, 1 — 24. 2nd Seph. see first day. 
Haph. Jer. xxxi. 2—20. 
Fasts Gedalyah, Tebet, Esther and Tamooz. — Morning, Ex. xxxii, 11 — 
14, and xxxiv. 1 — 10. Afternoon, same, Germans read as Haphtarah, Isa. 
Iv. 6— Ivi, 8. 
Shabat Teshubah — Portion of the week; Haph. Hos xiv. 2 — 10, Mi. vii. 18 

—20. 
YoM KiPOOR. — Morning, 1st Seph. Lev. xvi. I — 34. 2nd Seph. Numb. xxix. 
7 — 11. Haph. Isa. Ivii. 14— Iviii. Afternoon, Lev. xviii. 1 — 30. Haph. 
book of Jonah, and Micah vii, 18 — 20. 
First Day of Sucot. — 1st Soph. Lev. xxii. 26 — xxiii. 44." 2nd Seph. Num. 
xxix. 12—16. Haph. Zech. xiv. 1—21. 
Second Day. — Portion same as first. Haph. 1st Kings, viii. 2 — 21. 
Middle Days Socot.— 1st D. Num. xxix, 17—22. 2nd D. xxix v 20 to v 25. 3rd 
D. v23tov28. 4th v 26 to v 31. Sabbath, 1st Seph, Ex. xxxiii. 12— 
xxxiv. 26. 2nd Seph., Portion of middle Day. Haph. Ezek. xxxviii. 18 — 
xxxix. 16. 
HosHANGANAH Rabah.— Num. xxix. 29—34 

Sheminee Atseret. — 1st Seph. on Sabbath, Deut. xiv. 22 — xvi. 17. Tveek 
day, 1st Seph. Deut. xv.l9— xvi. 17. 2nd Seph. Num. xxix. 35 — xxx.l Haph- 
tarah. 1st Kings, viii 54—66. Some add ch.ix. v 1. 
SiMHAT Torah.— 1st Seph. Deut. xxxiii, 1 to the end. 2nd Seph. Gen. 1. I — 
ii. 3. 3rd S. Num. xxix. 35— xxx. 1. Haph. Josh. i. 1—9, Germans say to v 
18. Portuguese add Is. Ixi. 10 — Ixii, 5. 
Rosn HoDESH — Week day, Num. xxviii. 1 — 15. Sabbath, 1st Seph. Portion of 
week. 2ndS. Num. xxviii.9 — 15. Haph.Isa.lxvi.l — 24, repeating penultimate 
verse. 
Mahar Hodesh— Portion of the week. Haph. 1st Sam. xx. 18 — 42. 
Hanucah.- 1st Day, Num.vi. 22— vii. 17. 2nd D. vii. 18 to lb. 23 3rd D. 24 to 
lb. 20. 4th D. 30 to lb 35. 5th D. 36 to lb. 41 . 6th D. 42 to lb. 47. 7th D 
43 to lb. 53. 8th D. 54 to viii. 4. 
Shabat Hanucah — Portion week. 2nd S. Portion of Hauucah, Haph. Zech. ii. 
14_iv. 7. 2nd Sabbath in Hanucah, 1st S. Gen. xli. 1— xliv. 17. 2nd S, Por. 
tion of Hanucah. Haph. 1st Kings, vii. 40—50. 
RosH HoDESH Tebet- being Sabbath, 1st S. Gen. xli, 1— xliv. 17. 2nJ S. 
Num* xxviii. 9—15. 3rd S. Portion of Hanucah. Haph. Zech. ii, 14 — iv. 7, 
with.first and penultimate verses of the Haphtarot for Sabbath Rosh Hodesh 
and first and last verses of Sabbath Mahar Hodesh. 
Shabat Shekalim— 1st S. Portion week. 2nd S. Ex. xxx. 11 — 16, Haph. 2 
Kings, ch xi. 17— xii. 17; Ger. xli. 1 —xli. 17; when llosh Hodesh add 1st and 
penultimate verses of the Haphtarah of Sabbath Rosh Hodesh. 
Shabot Zachor— 1st S. Portion week. 2nd S. Deut. xxv. 17—19. Haph. 1 Sam. 

XV. 1—2 (Ger. 2,) to 34. 
Pdrim— 1st Day— Ex. xvii. 8—16. 
Shabat Parah— 1st S. Portion week, 2nd S. Num.xix. 1—22. Haph. Ex, xxxvi. 

16—36. Ger. to 38. 
Shabat Hahodesh— 1 st S. Portion week. 2nd S. Es.xii. 1—20. Haph, Ez.xlv. 

18 xlvi.l5. Ger. xiv. 16—18. "When Rosh Hodesh, add first and penultimate 

verses of Haphtarah Sabbath Rosh Hodesh. 
Shabat Hagadol— Weekly Portion. Haph. Mai. iii. 4—24, repeating penul- 
timate verse. In some German Congregations, only on Ereb Pesach. 
First Day op Pesach— Ist S. Ex. xii. 21 (on Sab. v 14) to v 51. 2nd S. Num. 
xxiii. 16—25. Haph. Josh . v, 2— vi. 1, and v 27. Ger. lb. iii. 5—7, and v. 2— 
vi. 1 and v 27. 
Second Day Pesach — 1st S. Lev. xxii. 26 — xxiii. 44. 2nd S. same as 1st day. 

Haph. 2 Kings, xxiii. 1—9, and from v 21 — 25. 
Middle Days Pesach — 1st M.D. 1st S. Ex.xiii.l — 16. 2nd S. andall the succeed- 
ing days. Num. xxviii. 19—25. 2nd Ex. xxii. 24~xxiii. 19. 3rd Ex* xxxiv. 



37 

1 — 26. 4th, Numb. is. 1—14. Sabbath middle days> Ex. rxxiii. 12— xxxiT. 
26. Haph. Ez xxxvii. I, — xxxvii, 14. Ger, lb xxxvi. 37 xxxvii. 17 

Sevknth Day Pesach— 1st S. Ex, xiii. 17— xt. 26. Haph. 2 Sam. xxii. 1—51 

Eighth Day Pesach— 1st S on Sabbath. I>eut. xiv. 22— xvi ITOnweekdav 
Dput. XV 19— xvi. 17. Haph. Isa. x. 32— xii (j. ' ' •^' 

First Day Shebuot— 1st S Ex xix. 1— endchxx. 2nd S. Num xxviii 9R 
31. Haph. Ez. i 1— 28andiii 12. 

Second Day Shebuot— 1st S. same as 8th Pesach. 2nd S. same as 1st day 
Haph. Habakuk ii 20— iii 19, Ger in 1 — 19 

Shabat Dibrk— Weekly Portion. Haph, Jer, i 1— ii 3, 

Shabat Shimoo— Weekly Portion— Haph, Jer, ii 4—28, add iv, 1, 2. Germans 
add iii 4, 

Shabat Hazon — Weekly Portion — Is, i I — 27. 

TiSHABEAB— Morning, Dent, iv 25—40, Haph, Jer. viii 13— ix 23. After- 
noon, Par. same as Fast Gadalyha, &c, Haph, Hos, xiv, 2—10, Micah, vii. 
18—20, 

NOTES. 

1. In Portuguese Congregations add Isaiah 61 v 10, and 62 t 5. 

2. On Mahar Hodesh say Haphtarah Mahar Hodesh on page 36, 

3. On Rosh Hodesh say Haphtarah Rosh Hodesh p. 36. 

4. In some German Congregations they read H. 8 as noted in the column 
of German Custom, and on next Sabbath they read the prophecy of Obadiah. 

6. On Hanucah read Zech. 2 v 14 to 4 v 7. 

6. On 1st and 2nd S Hanucah read as directed p. 36. On Rosh Hodesh add 
1st and penultimate verses of H., R. H. On M. H. add 1st and last verses 
of Haphtarah M H. p. 36 

7. In common years on S. Shekalinn, read H. Shekalim p. 36. For R. H. and 
M. H. see note 6. For R. H. in Bissextiles, see note 3. For M. H., note 2. 

8. On S. Zachor, read H. Zachor p. 36. For R H. in Bissextiles, see note 3. 

9. In Common years on S. Zachor, read H. Zachor p. 36. 

10. In Common years on S Parah, read H. Parah p. 36. 

11. In Common years, P. 22 and P. 23 are generally read together. On S. 
Parah read H Parah p. 36 On S Hahodesh, P. Hahodesh p. 36. For M. H , sea 
note 6. When these two Parashiot are read, in Common years, on two different 
Sabbaths, the 1st is Parah, when read H. Parah ; and 2nd Hahodesh, read H. 
Hahode-sh. For M. H., see note 6. In Bissextiles they are read separately. 
When P. 22 is on S Shekalim, read H. Shekalim. For M. H., see note 6. 
When P. 23 is S. ShekaUm, say H. Shekalim. For R. H. and M. H, see note 6. 

12. In Common years on S. Hahodesh being also R. H. read H, Hahodesh 
with 1st and penultimate verses of H. R. H. lu Bissextiles on S, Zachor 
read H. Zachor. 

13. In Common years, Tsau being always S. Hagadole, read H. S. Hagadole, 
which some German Congregations only read when S. Hagadole is Ereb Pe- 
sach. In Bessextiles if S. Zachor, read H. Zachor. On S. Parah read H. 
Parah. 

14. In Common years if M. H., see note 2. In Bissextiles on S. Parah 
read H. Parah. On S. Hahodesh read H. Hahodesh. 

15. In Common years P. 27 and P. 28 are read together with H. 28, but on 
K. H. with H., R. H. In Bissextiles, they are read separately. When Tazi- 
rang is S. Hahodesh read H. Hahodesh. For R. H. and M. H. see note 6, 
When Metsorang is S. Hagadole read H. Hagadole. 

16. Some read H. 30 with P. 29, and H. 29 with P. 30. In Common years 
these Parashiot are read together with II. 30, or by some with H. 29. In Bis- 
sextiles separately. When P. 29 is S. Hagadole, read H. Hagadole. Fop 
Kedoshim on R. H., see note 3. 

17. In Common years P. 32 and P. 33 are read jointly with H. 33. In Bis. 
sextiles, separately, each with H. as marked. (Some stop in H. 32 after v 22.) 
The Italians read H. 33 with P. 32. 

18. On R. H. and M. H. read H. R. H. with first an J last verses of H. M. H. 

19. P. 39 and P. 40, are only read together on I2th Tamooz This only 
happens in years when 2nd day of Shebuot is on Sabbath. Read H. 40; when 
separate, each has its own U. except whon P. 39 is R. H, (3Uth Sivao) then 
read H. R. H. and let and last verses of U. M. H. 

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38 

20. After 17 Tamooz read H. 42. H. 42, 43, 44, called Talta Depamganuta 
must be read on the Sabbath intervening the fasts of Tamooz and Ab. 

21. P. 42 and 43 are generally read together, it is then the ind S. in the 
three weeks, and the H. is 43. On R. 11. add 1st and penultimate verses of H. 
K. H. Wlien separate P. 42 is the 1st S. in the 3 weeks and read H 42. 

22. Always 3rd S. in three weeks, immediately preceding' faat of Ab. H. 44. 

23. This "ami H. 45 to H. 51 inclusive, called Shibnga Denechamata must be 
read, even though S.R.H or M.H., on the seven Sabbaths intervening Tisha» 
ieab and Rosh Hashanah. 

24. Read even on R. H and M. H. For R. H. and M. H. (note 6) some Ger- 
man Congregations read in full H., R. H. or H. M. H.; on S. Ki Tetseh, they 
add H 47 for compensation to H. 49. 

25. P. 51 and P. 52 are only read separately when the ensuing Rosh Hasha- 
nah is on Monday or Tuesday. 

26. When P. 53 is between Rosh Hashanah and Kipoor, Portuguese read BE, 
52. Between Kipoor and Sucot, H. 53. Some read Ez. 17 v 22 to 18 v 33. 

27. Read on Simhat Torah ; in Portuguese Congregations, observe dir«c- 
tions note 1. 

Observe 1. The Haphtarot are read to commemorate the substitution of 
portions of the Prophets which best correspond in subject matter to the 
Boctions of the Law, in the days of Autiochus Epiphanes, who, after the mas- 
sacre of manv Israelites, plundering and polluting their Temple, prohibited 
the reading of the Law. 

2. To find if the year is Common or Bissextile ; divide the given year 
by 19. If the remainder be 0, 3, 6, 8, 11, 14 or 17, the year is Bissextile, 
otherwise, it is Common. The quotient will show the number of the com- 
pleted cycle, and the remainder will be the year of the cycle, 

Sol. (iiven, the present year 5614. Required to know if it be Common or 

Bissextile. , «„, • j « 

5614 •f 19 295 remamder 9. 
It is therefore a common year. 

3 To find if the year be Perfect, Imperfect, or Ordinary. 
Find the day of the week on which Rosh Hashanah falls in the given and 
following years, and if there intervene- 
In Common years or in Embohsmic years ^ ^ 

4 davs " 6 days it is Perfect. 

2 » " 4 " *' Imperfect. 

3 <( «« 5 " " Ordinary. 

Sol Given the year 5630 which is a Bissextile, and the first day of Rosh 
Hashanah on Monday. In the following year, 5631, R. H. is also on Monday. 
Between the Mondajs are 6 days. 5630, is therefore, a Perfect year. 



EXPLANATION 

OF THE FOLLOWING CALENDAR. 

TWO TABLES ARE DEVOTED TO EACH YEAR : 

Table 1st.— Containing all the New Moons, Festivals and Fast?, 

with their corresponding dates in the Solar 3'ear, is 

divided into three columns. The first exhibits the 

dates of the Solar months on which these New Moons, 

Festivals or Fasts occur. The second contains their 

names ; and the third shows the days of the week 

upon which they are celebrated. 

Table 2nd.— Showing the order of reading theParashiot (Portions of 

the Law) on every Sabbath during the year, with 

the corresponding dates in the Solar moiiths, is 

divided into two sections of three columns each. In 

the 1st column, the dates of the Solar months aro 

given for every Sabbath in the year ; In the 2nd., 

are contained the names of the Parashiot, read on 

these Sabbaths; And in the Srd., are noted certain 

days, distinguished in the Ritual, occurring generally 

on Sabbaths; also the Sabbaths when the four 

Parashiot Shekalim, Zachor, Parah and Hahodesh 

are read. The second three columns of this Table, 

divided by double lines, are merely in continuation 

of the first. 

Note. — -Sunday :^ indicates that the observance of the Fast, which 

happened on the preceeding Sabbath, is deferred until the Sunday 

following ; — it not being lawful to fast on a Sabbath, except it be 

the day of Atonement. 

Thursday Q denotes that the Fast, which would happen on the 
succeeding Sabbath, is, for the same reason, to be anticipated on the 
Thursday preceeding. 

When two Parashiot are included in brackets, opposite one date, 
tbey are to be read together on the same day. 

The insertion of the words " Barech Alenu," generally on the 4th 
of December, is to denote the date upon which the prayer com- 
mencing with these words in the Amidah or Shemoneh Esreh Bera- 
chot, is to be read. 

P. is an abbreviation for Parashah. 

Haph. " " " Haphtarah. 

S. or Sab. « " Sabbath. 

R. H. or Rosh. Hod. " Rosh Hodesh. 

M. H. or Ma. Hod. " Mahar Hodesh. 

Han. or Hanuc. " Hanucah. 

Sim. Tor. *« Simhat Toraho 

B. " " " Bissextile. 

D. " " " Day. 

Commdts. " " Commandments. 



1853-54. TABLE ] 


I. 5614. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Oct. 






3 4 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Monday Tuesday. 


5 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


"Wednesday. 


12 


Kipoor, 


Wednesday. 


17 18 


Sucot, 2 first days. 


Monday Tuesday. 


23 


Hoshaanah Kabah. 


Sunday. 


24 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Monday. 


25 


Simbat Torah. 


Tuesday. 


Novem. 






1 2 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan, 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Decern. 






1 2 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Thursday Friday. 


4 


Barech Alenu. 


Sunday. 


26 


Hanucah 1st day, 


Monday. 


31 






1854. 
Jan. 


y Rosh Hodesh Tcbet, 


Saturday Sunday. 


1 
10 


Fast of Tebet 


Tuesday. 


30 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Monday. 


Feb. 






13 

28 
March, 

1 
13 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Monday. 


• Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Fast of Esther. 


Monday. 


14 15 


Purim. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


30 
April. 
13 14 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Thursday. 


Pesah 2 first days» 


Thursday Friday. 


19 20 


" 2 last " 


Wednesday Thursday, 


28 29 
May. 
12 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Friday Saturday. 


Pesah Shenee. 


Friday. 


16 


Lag Laomer. 


Tuesday. 


28 


Rosh Hodesh Si van. 


Sunday. 


June. 






2 3 


Shebuot. 


Friday Saturday. 


26 27 
July. 
IH 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Monday Tuesday. 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Thursday. 


26 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Wednesday. 


August. 






3 


Tishabeab. 


Thursday. 


9 


Tubeab. 


Wednesday. 


24 25 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Thursday Friday. 



1853-54. 


TABLE 2. 5614. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2, 


3. 


Oct. 




lApr.l 






8 


Vayelech. 


Sab.Teshubah 


15 




Pesah. 3d day 


15 


Haazinoo. 




22 


Sheminee. 




22 




Sucot 6th day. 




i Tazriang. ^ 




25 


Elaberahah. 


Simhat Torah 1 
Tuesday 


29 


( Metsorang ) 


Rosh Hodesh. 


29 


Beresheet. 




May. 


I Ahare Mot. 




Nov. 






6 


J 




5 


N'oah. 






( Kedoshim. 




12 


Lech Lechah. 




13 


Emor. 




19 


Vayerah. 






Behar. 




26 


Haye Sarah. 




20 


■ 




Dec. 








( Behukotai. 




3 


Toledot. 




27 


Bamidbar. 


MaharHodesh 


10 


Vayetseh. 




June 






17 


Vayishlach, 




3 




Shebuot 2d d. 


24 


Vayesheb. 




10 


Nasso. 








( Rosh Hod. 


17 


Behangaloteha 




31 


Mikets. 


"1 Hanuc. 6 d. 
( Mah. Hod. 


24 
July 


Shelach Lecba. 




1854 






1 


Korach. 




Jan. 








( Hukat. 




V 


Vayigasb. 




8 






14 


Vaichi. 






( Balak. 




21 


Shemot 




15 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


28 


Vaerah. 






( Matot. 




Feb. 






22 


i 


" Shimoo. 


4 


Bo. 






( Masay. ) 




11 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


29 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


18 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


Aug. 






25 


Mishpatim. 


P. Shekalim. 


5 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


Mar. 






12 


Ekeb. 




4 


Terumah. 




19 


Reay. 




11 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


26 


Shophetim. 




18 


Ki Tissah. 


P. Parah. 


Sep. 








( Vayakhel. 




2 


Ki Tetseh. 




25 


I Pekudeh. ) 


P. Hahodesh. 


9 


Ki Tabo. 
( Nitsabim. 




Apr. 






16 


J 




1 


Vayikrah. 






( Vayelech. 




8 


/Tsav. 


iSab.Hagadole 









Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



1854-55. 



TABLE 1. 



5615. 



bept. 
23 24 
25 
Oct. 

2 

1 8 

13 

14 

15 

22 23 
Novem. 

21 22 

Decern. 

4 

16 

21 22 

31 

1855 

Jan. 

20 

Feb. 

3 

18 19 

March. 

1 

4 5 

20 

April. 

3 4 

9 10 

18 19 

May. 

2 

6 

18 

23 24 
June. 

16 11 

July. 

8 

16 

24 

30 

August. 

14 15 



2. 

Tishree Rnsb Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabab. 
Sbeminee Aseret. 
Simbat Torab. 
Rosh Hodesb Hesbvan. 

Rosb Hodesb Kislev. 

Barecb Alenu. 

Hanucab 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesb Tebet. 

Fast of Tobet. 



Rosb Hodesb Shebat. 

Rosb Stanah Leaylanot. 
Rosb Hodesb Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 

Pesab 2 first days. 
2 last " 
Rosh Hodesb lyar. 

Pesab Sbenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesb Sivan. 
Sbebuot. 

Rosb Hodesb Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosb Hodesb Ab. 
Tisbabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosb Hodesb Elool. 



3. 



Saturday Sunday. 
jNIonday. 

Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Friday. 

Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Sunday. 



Saturday. 

Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Thursday O 
Sunday Monday. 
Tuesday. 

Tuesday "Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday Thursday, 

Wednesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Saturday Sunday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 
Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 



1854-55. TABLE 2. 


5615. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2 

1 


3. 


Sept. 






Apr. 


i 




' 23 




R. Shana. Istd 


7 


1 


Pesah 5 d. 


30 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


14 


Sheminee. 




Oct. 








( Tazriang. 




7 




Sucot 1st day. 


21 


^ 




14 




Shemi. Aseret. 




( Metsorang. 




15 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Sunday. 


28 


C Ahare Mot. 




21 


Beresheet. 


Mah. Hodesh. 




( Kedoshim. 




28 


Noah. 




May 






Nov. 






6 


Emor. 




4 


Lech Lecha. 






( Behar. 




11 


Vayerah. 




12 


. 




18 


Haye Sarah. 






Behukotai. 




25 


Toledot. 




19 


Bamidbar. 




Dec. 






26 


Nasso. 




2 


Vayetseh. 




June 






9 


Vayishlach. 




2 


Behangaloteha 




16 


Vayesheb. 


Hanucah Istd 


9 


Shelach Lecha 




23 


Mikets. 


" 8th d. 






( R. Hod. 


30 


Vayigash. 




16 


Korach. 


■( 


1'855 










( M. Hod. 


Jan. 






23 Hukat. 




6 


Vaichi. 




30 Balak. 




13 


Shemot. 




July' 




20 


Vaerah. 


Rosh Hodesh. 


7 Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibr6 


27 


Bo. 




1 ( Matot. ) 




Feb. 






^i [ 


" Shimoo. 


3 


Beshalach, 


Moses' Song. 


1 ( Masay. ) 




10 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


21 Debar im. 


" Hazon, 






( P. Shekalim 
( M. Hodesh. 


28,Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo 


17 


Mishpatim. 


Aug. 










4 


Ekeb. 




24 


Terumah. 




11 


Reay. 




March. 






18 


Shophetim. 




3 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


25 


Ki Tetseh. 




10 


Ki Tissah. 


P. Parah. liSep. 








( Vayak'l ) 




1 


Ki Tabo. 




17 


{ Pekud6. ) 


P. Hahodesh. 


8 


C Nitsabim. 




24 


Vayikrah. 






( Vayelech, 




31 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 








Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 





A-2 



1855- 


56. TABLE 1. 


5616. 


1. 

Sep. 
13 14 


O 

AJm 

Tisbree Rosh Hashanah. 


3. 

Thursday Friday* - 


16 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Sunday. -^ 


22 


Kipoor. 


Saturday. 


27 28 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


Oct. 






3 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Wednesday. 


4 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 


5 


Simhat Tor ah. 


Friday. 


12 13 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Friday Saturday. 


Nov. 






11 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Sunday. 


Dec. 


Alenu] 




5 


Hanucah 1st day. Barech 


Wednesday. 


10 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Monday. 


19 


Fast of Tebet. 


Wednesday. 


1856 B. 






Jan. 






8 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Tuesday. 


22 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Tuesday. 


Feb. 






6 7 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


20 21 


Purim Katan. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


March. 






7 8 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 


Friday Saturday. 


20 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. 


21 22 
April. 
6 


Purim. 


Friday Saturday. 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Sunday. 


20 21 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Sunday Monday. 


26 27 
May. 
6 6 


" 2 last " 


Saturday Sunday. 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Monday Tuesday. 


19 


Pesah Shenee. 


Monday. 


23 


Lag Laonier. 


Friday. 


June. 






4 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Wednesday. 


9 10 
July. 
3 4 


Shebuot. 


Monday Tuesday. 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Thursday Friday. 


20 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. 


Aug 2 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Saturday. 


10 


Tishabeab. 


Sunday. 


16 


Tubeab. 


Saturday. 


31 
Sept. 1 


\ Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Sunday Monday. 



1855-56. TABLE 2. 


5616. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 1 2. 


3. 


Sep. 






A.pr.| 




15 


Haazinoo. ' 


^ab. Teshubah 


12 Metsorang. 




22 




iipoor. 


19 


Ahare Mot. 


S, Hagadole 


29 




Sucot 3rd day. 


26 




Pesah 7 day 


Oct. 






May 






5 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah. 
Friday. 


3 Kedosliim. 
10 Emor. 




6 


Beresbeet. 




17 Behar. 




13 


Noah. 


Rosli Hodesh. 


24 Behukotai. 




20 


Lech Lecha. 




31 j Bamidbar. 




27 


Vayerah. 




June 




Nov. 






7| Nasso. 




3 


Haye Sarah 




14 Behangaloteha 




10 


Toledot. 


MaharHodesh 


21 


Shelach Lecha 




17 


Vayetseh. 




28 


Korach. 




24 


Vayishlach. 




July 






Dec. 






5 


Hukat. 




1 


Vayesheb. 




12j 


Balak. 




8 


Mikets, 


Hanucah 4 d. 


19 


Pin'has. 




15 


Vayigash. 




26 


Matot. 


Haph Dibr6 


22 


Vaichi. 










29 


Shemot. 




Aug 




f " Shiinoo. 


1856 B. 




2 


Masay. 


-< 


Jan. 










( Rosh Hod 


5 


Va6rah. 




9 


Debarira. 


" Hazon. 


12 


Bo. 




16 


Vaethanan. 


." Nahamoo. 


19 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


23 


Ekeb. 




26 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


30 


Reay. 


Mahar Hod. 


Feb. 






Sep 




! 


2 


Mishpati m 




6 


Shophetim. 


i 


9 


Terumah. 




13 


Ki Tetseh. 


j 


16 


Tetsaveh. 




20 


Ki Tabo. 




23 


Ki Tissah. 




27 


Nitsabira. 


j 


March. 












1 


Yayakhel. 


( Rosh Hod. 








8 


Pekudeh. 


(P.Shekalim 






i 


15 


Vayikrah. 


P Zachor. 








22 


Tsav. 






! 




22 


Sheminee. 


P. Parah. 




' 


( 


April. 




( P.Hahodesh 






i 


t 


» Tazriang. 


3 

(MaharHod 








Imperfect Bissextile year of 883 Days. 





1856-57. 



TABLE 1. 



5617. 



1. 

Sep. 
30 

Oct. 1 
2 
9 

14 15 
20 
21 
22 

29 30 
Nov. 

28 
Dec. 
4 
22 

21 28 
1857. 

Jan. 

6 
26 
Feb. 
9 
24 25 
Mar. 
9 
10 11 
26 
April. 
9 10 

15 16 
24 25 

May. 

8 

12 

24 

29 30 

June. 

22 23 
July. 

9 

22 

SO 

August. 

6 

20 21 



C Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet 



Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh N"issan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Si van. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh EIool 



3. 



•j Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Thursday. 
Tuesday Wednesnay, 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 
Wednesday Thursday 

Friday. 

Thursday. 
Monday. 
Saturday Sunday 



Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Thursday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Friday. 
Tuesday, 
Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 



1856-57. 



TABLE 2. 



5617. 



Oct. 

4 
11 
IS 
22 

25 

Nov. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec. 

6 

IS 

20 

27 

1857 

Jan. 
8 
10 
17 
24 
81 

Feb. 

7 

14 

21 

28 

Mar. 

7 

14 

21' 

I 
I 

28J 
Apr. 

4 



Vayelech. 
Haazinoo. 

Haberahah. 

Beresheet. 

Noah. 

Lech Lecha 
X'ayerah. 
Haye Sarah 
Toledot. 

Vayetseh. 

Vayi^hlach, 

Vayesbeb. 

Mikets. 



Vayigash. 

Vaichi. 

Shemot. 

Vaeiah. 

Bo. 

Beshalach. 
Yitro. 
Mishpatim. 
Terumah. 

Tetsaveh. 
Ki Ti^sah. 
C Vayak'l J 

{ Pekude. ) 
Vayikrah. 

Tsav, 



Sab. Teshubah. 

Sucot 5th day. 

Simhat Torah 

Wednesday, 



Hanuc. 6 d. 
Rosh Hod. 
Aiahar Hod. 



Apr. 

n 

18 
25 



May 
2 



16 

28 
30 
June 
6 
18 
20 
27 

July 
4 



Moses' Song, 
10 Commdmts. 
P. Shekalim. 



P. Zachor. 
P, Parah. 

P. Hahodesh. 



Sab. Hagadolei; 



11 



18 



Sheminee. 

{Tazriang. 
Metsorang , 
C Ahar^ Mot ■ 

( Kedoshim. . 
Emor. 
C Behar. 

( Behukotai. 
Bamidbar. 



Nasso. 

Beliangaloteha 
Shelach Lecha. 
Korach. 



Hukat. 



( Balak. 
Pin'has. 
C Matot. 

( Masay. 
25jDebarim. 
Aug.j 

1 1 Vaethanan. 
8;Ekeb. 
15|Reay 
22iShophetim. 
29"K\ Tetseh. 
Sep. I 

5jKi Tabo. 
I [ Nitsabim, 



12 



( Vayelech 



:! 



Pesah 8 day. 
Rosh Hodesh. 



MaharHodesh 
Shebuot 2d d. 



Haph. Dibreh 
" Shiraoo. 
" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 



Ordinary Common year of 354 Days. 



1857- 


58. TABLE 1. 


5618. 


1. 

Sept. 


2. 


3. 


19 20 


Tishree Ro?h Hashanah. 


Saturday Sunday. 


21 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


ilonday. 


28 


Kipoor. 


JNIonday. 


Oct. 






3 4 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


9 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Friday. 


10 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Saturday. 


11 


Simhat Torah. 


Sunday. 


18 19 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Sunday Monday. 


17 18 
Dec. 

4 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Barech Alenu. 


Friday. 


12 


Hanucah 1st day. 


Saturday. 


17 18 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Thursday Friday. 


27 


Fast of Tebet. 


Sunday. 


1858. 






Jan. 






16 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Saturday. 


30 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Saturday. 


14 15 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Sunday Monday. 


25 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. Q 


28 
Mar. 1 


• Purim. 


Sunday Monday. 


16 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


3 31 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


April. 






6 fi 


" 2 last " 


Afonday Tuesday. 


14 15 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Wednesday Tiiursday. 


28 


Pesah Shenee. 


Wednesday. 


May 






2 


Lag Laomer. 


Sunday. 


14 


Rosh Hodesh Si van. 


Friday. 


19 20 


Shebuot. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


June. 






12 13 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Saturday Sunday. 


29 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Tuesday. 


July. 






12 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Monday. 


20 


Tishabeab. 


Tuesday. 


26 


Tubeab. 


Monday. 


August. 






10 11 


Rosh Hodesh ElooL 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1857-58. 



TABLE 2. 



5618. 



Sep. 

19 

26 

Oct. 

3 

10 

11 

17 
24 
31 
Nov. 
7 
14 
21 
28 
Dec. 
5 
12 
19 
26 
1858 
Jan. 
2 
9 
16 
23 
30 
Feb. 
6 

13 

20 

27 

Mar 

6 

13 

20 
27 



tlaazinoo. 



Haberahah. 

Beresheet, 

N^oah. 

Lech Lechah. 

Vayerah. 
Haye Sarah. 
Toledot. 
Vayetseh. 

Vayishlach. 
Vayesheb. 
Mikets. 
V ay i gash. 



Vaichi. 

Shemot. 

Vaerah. 

Bo. 

Beshalach. 

Yitro. 

Mishpatim. 

Terumah. 
Tetsaveh. 

Ki Tissah. 

iVayakhel. 
Fekudeh. 
Vayikrah. 
Tsav. 



3. I 

R. Shanah 1 d. 
Sab.Teshubah 

Sucot 1st day. 
Shemi. Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Sunday. 
M. Hodesh. 



1. 

Apr. 

3 
10 

17 



Hanucah 1st d 
" 8th d. 



J 



Rosh Hodesh. 

Moses' Song. 

10 Commdts. 
C P. Shekalim 

M. Hodesh. 

P. Zachor. 

P. Parah. 

P. Hahodesh. 



24 

May 
1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

June 

5 

12 

19 

26 
July. 
3 

10 

17 
24 
31 

Aug 

7 

14 

21 

28 

Sep. 



2. 



Sheminee. 
( Tazriancr. 

( Metsorang 
( Ahar6 Mot 



Pesah5thday 



Emor. 

iBehar. 
Beh 
Bamidbar 
Nasso. 
Behangaloteha, 

Shelach Lecha 

Korach. 

Hukat. 
Balak. 

Pln'has. 
C Matot. J 

( Masay. ) 
Debarim. 
Vaethanan. 
Ekeb. 

Reay. 

Shophetim. 
Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 

iNitsabim. 1 
Vayelech. j 



C R. Hodesh. 
( M. Hodesh. 

Haph. Dibr6. 

" Shimoo. 

" Hazon. 
" Xahamoo. 



|S. Hagadole t 



Perfect Common year of 855 days. 



1858-59. 



TABLE 1. 



5619. 



Sept. 

9 10 

12 

18 

23 24 

29 

30 

Oct. 

1 

8 9 

Novem. 

7 8 
Decern. 

2 
5 

1 8 
17 

1859. 

Jan. 

6 

20 

Feb. 

4 5 

18 19 
March. 

6 1 

17 

20 21 

April. 

5 

19 20 
25 26 

May. 

4 5 

18 

22 

June. 

3 

8 9 
July. 

2 3 
19 

August 

1 

9 

15 

80 31 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 

Simbat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Hanucah 1st day. 
Barech Alenu. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 



Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 
Purim Katan. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 
Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 

Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
'• 2 last " 

Rosh Hodesh lyar. 
Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 

Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 
Fast of Tamooz. 

Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 

Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. >jc 

Saturday. 
Thursday P'riday. 

"Wednesday. 

Thursday, 

Friday. 
Friday Saturday 

Sunday Monday. 

Thursday. 
Sunday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Friday. 



Thursday. 
Thursday. 

Friday Saturday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Thursday. Q 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 
Wednesday. 
Sunday. 

Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Tuesday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 



1858-59. 



TABLE 2. 



5619. 



1. 


2. 


3 


1. 
Mar. 


2. 


3. 


Sept 










11 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


26iSheminee. 


P. Parah. 


■ 18 




Kipoor. 


Apr. 






26 




Sucot 3rd day. 


2 


Tazriang. 


P. Hahodesh. 


Oct. 




1 


9 


Metsorang. 




1 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 


16 


Ahare Mot. 


S. Hagadole 






Friday.! i 23 




Pesah 5th d. 


2 


Beresheet. 


|i 30 


Kedoshim. 




9 


Noah, 


Rosh Hodesh. 


May 






16 


Lech Lecbah. 


1 


7 


Emor. 




23 


Vayerah. 




14 


Behar. 




30 


Hay6 Sarah. 




21 


Behukotai. 




Nov. 






28 


Bamidbar. 




6 


Toledot. 


Mah. Hodesh. June 






13 


Vayetseh. 




4 


Nasso. 




20 


Vayishlach, 




11 


Behangaloteha. 




27 


Vayesheb. 




18 


Shelach Lecha. 




Dec. 






25 


Koracli. 




4 


Mikets, 


Hanucah 3 d. 








11 


Vayigash. 




July 




( Rosh Hod. 


18 


Vaichi. 




2 


Hukat. 


• 


25 


Shemot, 








( Mah. Hod. 


1859 






9 


Balak. 


\ 


Jan. 






16 


Pin'has. 




1 


Vaerah. 




23 


Ma tot. 


Haph Dibreh 


8 


Bo. 




30 


Masay. 


" Shimoo. 


15 


Besbalach. 


Moses' Song. | 


Aug. 






22 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 1 


o 

6 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


29 


Mishpatim. 


j 


13 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


Feb. 




i 


20 


Ekeb. 




5 


Perumah. 


Rosh Hodesh.' 


27 


Reay. 




12 


Tetsaveh. 




Sep. 






19 


Ki Tissah. 




3 


Shophetim. 




26 


Vayakhel. 




10 
17 


Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 




Mar. 




(RShekalim't 


( Nitsabim. 




5 


Pekudeh. 


1 11 24 


- 








( M. Hodesh.! 




1 Vayelech. 




12 


Vayikrah. 










19 


Fsav. 


P. Zachor. 









Perfect Bissextile Year of 885 Days. 



1859-60. 



TABLE 1. 



5620. 



Sept. 
29 30 
Oct. 

2 

8 

13 U 

19 

20 

21 

28 29 

Nov. 

27 

Dec. 5 

21 

26 21 
1860 B. 
Jan. 

5 

26 

Feb. 

8 

23 24 

Mardi. 

7 

8 9 

24 

April. 

7 8 

13 14 

22 23 

May. 

6 

10 
22 

27 28 
June. 

20 21 

July. 

8 

20 

29 

August. 

3 

18 19 



Tishree Rosli Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 
Eipoor. 

Sucot 2 first clays. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torali. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvaii, 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 
Barech Alenu. 

Hanucali 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet., 



FastofTebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot, 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days, 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Sbebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Thursday Friday, 

Sunday, :4c 

Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday, 

Friday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Monday. 
Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 



Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Sunday. 
Thursday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 

Sunday. ^ 
Friday 
Sunday. 5^ 

Friday. 
Saturday Sunday. 



1859-60. TABLE 2. 


5620. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 
Apr. 


2. 


3. 


Oct. 










1 


HaaEinoo. 


Sab.Teshubah 


7 




Pesah 1st d. 


8 




Kipoor. 


14 




" 8th " 


15 




Sucot 3rd day. 


21 


Shemiuee. 


Mahar Hod. 


21 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah. 
Friday. 


28 


C Tazriang. 




22 


Beresheet. 






( Metsorang. 




29 


Noah. 


Rosh Hodesh. 








Nov. 






May. 


( Ahare. Mot. 




5 


Lech Lecha. 




5 


- 




12 


Vayerah. 






Kedoshim. 




19 


Haye Sarah 




12 


Emor. 




26 


Toledot. 


Mahar Hodesh 




( Behar. •) 




Dec. 






19 


.[ 




8 


Vayetseh. 






Behukotaij 




10 


Vayishlach. 




26 


Bamidbar. 




17 


Vayesheb. 




June 






24 


Mikets, 


Haaucah 4 d. 


2 


Nasso. 




81 


Vayigash. 


1 


9 


Behangaloteha 




1860 B. 






16 


Shelach Lecha 




Jan. 






23 


Korach. 




1 Vaiclii. 




30 


Hukat. 




14 Shemot. 




July 






21 Vaerab. 




7 


Balak. 




28 


Bo. 




14 


Pin'has. 


Haph Dibreh. 


Feb. 








( Matot. ) 




4 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


21 


A [ 


" Shiuioo 


11 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 




1 ( Masay. ) 




18 
25 


Mishpatim 
Terumah. 


P. Shekalim. 


28 
Aug 


Debarim. 

1 


" Hazou. 


March. 






4 


\ Vaethanan. 


„ Nahamo. 


8 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


11 


Ekeb. 




10 


Ki Tissah. 






i 


[ Rosh Hod. 




( Vayak'l ) 




18 


1 Keay. 


. 


17 


] [ 


P. Parah. 




1 


( Ma. Hod. 




(Pekude ) 


( P.Hahodesh 


25 
Sep. 


Shophetim. 

] 




24 


Vayikrah. 


{ 


1 


Ki Tetseh. 








( Rosh Hod. 


8 


I' Ki Tabo. 




31 


Tsav. 


Sa. Hagadole 


It 


) Nitsabim. 





Ordinary Common Year of 354 days. 



1860-61. 



TABLE 1. 



5621. 



1. 

Sept. 
17 18 
19 
26 
Oct. 
1 2 
7 
8 
9 
16 17 
Nov. 

15 
Dec. 4 
9 
14 
23 
1861 
Jan. 
12 
26 
Feb. 
10 11 
21 
24 25 
March. 
12 
26 27 
April. 
1 2 
10 11 
24 
28 
May. 
10 
15 16 
June. 
8 9 
25 
July. 
8 
16 
22 
Aug. 
6 7 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 
Barech Alenu. 

Hanucahlst day. 

Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 



Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Lftaylanot, 

Rosh Hodesh Adar 
Fast of Esther. 
Purira. 

Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 
Pesah 2 fii'st days. 

" 2 last '' 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 
Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 

Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
bhebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 
Fast of Tamooz, 

Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

. Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday. 
Wednesday. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Friday. 

Sunday. 



Saturday. 
Saturday. 



Sunday Monday. 

Thursday. 
Sunday Monday. 



o 



Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Sunday. 

Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Tuesday 

Monday. 
Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 



1860-61. 



TABLE 2. 



5621. 



Sept 

22 

29 

Oct. 

6 

9 

13 

20 

27 

Nov. 

3 

10 

17 

24 

Dec. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1861 

Jan. 

5 

12 

19 

26 

Feb. 

2 

9 

16 

23 

Mar. 

2 

9 

16 

23 



Vayelech. 
Haazinoo. 



Haberahah. 

Beresheet. 
Noah. 
Lech Lecha 

Vayerah. 
Haye Sarah 
Toledot. 
Vayetseh. 

Vayi«;hlach. 

Vayesheb. 

Mikets. 

Vayigash 

Vaichi. 



Shemot. 
Va6rah. 
Bo. 
Beshalach. 

Yitro. 

Mishpatim. 

Terumab. 
Tetsaveh. 

Ki Tissah. 
C Yayak'l ) 

( Pekude. ) 

Vayikrah. 

Tsav, 



3. 



Sab. Teshubah, 



Sucot 6th day, 

Simhat Tor ah 

Tuesday. 



Hanncah 7 d. 



Rosh Hodesh. 

Moses' Song. 

10 Commdmts 
C P. Shekalim 

( Mahar Hod. 

P. Zachor. 

P, Parah. 

P. Hahodesh. 

Sab. Hagadole 



' 1. 

Mar. 

30 

Apr, 



13 

20 

27 

May 

•4 

11 

18 

25 

June 

1 

8 



Sheminee. 

iTazriang. ^ 
Metsorang ) 
^ Ahar6Mot^ 

( Kedoshim. ) 
Emor. 

C Behar. ) 

( Behukotai. ) 
Bamidbar. 
Nasso. 
Behangaloteha 

Shelach Lecha, 

Korach. 



15Hukat. 

22Balak. 

29iPin'has. 

July! ( Matot. 

( Masay. 
IS Debarim. 
20|V"aethanan. 
27Ekeb. 
Aug. I 
3 Reay 
10 Shophetim, 
17 Ki Tetseh. 
•24 Ki Tabo. 
( Nitsabim. 



31 



Vayelech 



3. 



Pesah 5 th day 



( Rosh Hod. 
(Ma. Hod. 

Haph, Dibreh 

" Shimoo. 

" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 



Imperfect Common Year of 353 Days, 



^ 



1861-62. 



TABLE 1. 



5622. 



1. 

►Sept. 
5 6 
8 

U 
19 20 
25 
26 
27 
Oct. 

4 5 
Nov. 
3 4 
28 
Dec. 

3 4 
4 

13 
1862. 
Jan. 

2 
16. 
Jan.31Feb.l 
Feb. 

14 15 
Mar. 

2 3 

13 

16 17 

Apr. 

1 

15 36 
21 22 

Ap.SOMajl 

May. 
14 
18 
SO 

June. 

4 5 
28 29 

July. 
15 
28 
August 
5 
11 
26 27 



2. 

Tishree Eosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hosbaanah Rabab. 
Sbemioee Aseret. 
Simbat Torab. 

Rosb Hodesb Hesbvan. 

Rosb Hodesb Kislev, 
Hanucab 1st day. 

Rosb Hodesb Tebet 
Bareeb Alenu. 
Fast of Tebet. 



Rosb Hodesb Sbebat. 

Rosb Sbanab Leaylanot, 
R,osb Hodesb Adar Risbon. 

Purim Katan. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar Shenee. 
Fast of Estber. 
Furim. 

Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 
Pesab 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosb Hodesb Jyar. 

Pesab Sbenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosb Hodesb Si van. 

Sbebuot. 
Rosb Hodesb Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosli Hodesb Ab. 

Tisbabeab. 
Tubeab. 
Rosb Hodesb Elool. 



3. 

Tbursday Friday. 

Sunday. >}c 

Saturday. 
Tbursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 

Tbursday. 

Friday. 

Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Tbursday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 
Wednesday. 
Friday. 



Tbursday. 

Thursday. 

Friday Saturday. 

Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 

Tbursday. O 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday Thursday 

Wednesday. 

Sunday. 

Friday. 

Wednesday Tbursday. 
Satui'day Sunday 

■ Tuesday, 
Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 



1861-62. 



TABLE 2. 



5622. 



1. 


2. 


8. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Sept 






Mar. 






7 


Haazinoo. 


Sab.Tesbubab 


16 


Tsav. 


P. Zacbor. 


14 




Kipoor 


22 


Sbeniinee. 


P. Parab. 


21 




Sucot 3rd day. 


29 


Tazriang. 


P. Habodesb. 


27 


Haberabah. 


Siiabat Torab 


Apr. 










Friday 


5 


Metsorang 




28 


Beresheet. 




12 


Abar6 Mot. 


S. Hagadole. 


Oct. 






19 




Pesah. 6th d. 


5 


Noab. 


Rosb Hodesb. 


26 


Kedosbim. 




12 


Lecb Lecbab. 




May. 




19 


Vayerab. 




3 Emor. 




26 


Haye Sarab. 




10 Bebar. 




Nov. 






17 Bebukotai. 




2 


Toledot. 


Mab. Hodesb. 


24 Bamidbar. 




9 


Vayetseh. 




31 Nasso. 




le'Vayishlach, 




June 




23 


Vayeslieb. 




7|Bebangaloteba 




30 


Mikets. 


Hanucab 3 d. 


HjSbelacb Lecba. 




Dec. 






21IKoracb. 




7 


Vayigasb. 






( R. Hodesb 


14 


Vaichi. 




28 Hukat. 


i 


21 


Shemot 








( M. Hodesb. 


28 


Vaerab. 




July 






1862 






5 


Balak. 




Jan. 






12 


Fin'bas. 




4 


Bo. 




19 


Matot. 


Hapb. Dibreb 


11 


Besbalacb. 


Moses' Song. 


26 


Masay. 


" Sbimoo, 


18 


Yitro. 


10 Conimdts. 


Aug. 






25 


Misbpatitn. 




2 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


Feb. 






9 


Vaetbanan. 


" Nabamoo. 


1 


Tenimab. 


Rosb Hodesb. 


16 


Ekeb. 




8 


Tetsiiveb. 




2S 


Reav. 




15 


Ki Tissab. 




30 Sbopbetim. 




22 


Vayakliel. 




Sep. 

6 Ki Tetseb. 




Mar. 




( P, Sbekalim 


13 Ki Tabo. 




1 Pekudeh. 


J 


i Nitsab:ra. 






( M. Hodesb. 


20 -! 




8 


Vayikrab. 






; ( Yayelecb. 





Perfect Bissextile Year of 385 Days. 



1862-63. 



TABLE 1. 



5623. 



1. 

yept. 
25 26 
28 
Oct. 

4 
9 10 
15 
16 
17 
24 25 
Novem. 
23 
Decern. 
4 
11 
22 23 
1863 
Jan. 
1 
21 
Feb. 
4 
19 20 
March. 
4 
5 6 
21 
April. 
4 5 
10 11 
19 20 
May. 
3 
7 
19 
24 25 
June. 

17 18 
July. 
5 

17 

26 

31 

August. 

15 16 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Sirahat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 



Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Sfcanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purira. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Si van. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. jjc 

Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 

"Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Friday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 

Thursday 
Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 



Thursday. 
"Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Saturda3^ 

Saturday Sunday, 
Friday Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Sunday. 
Thursday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday Monday. 



Wednesday Thursday. 
* 



Sunday. 
Friday. 
Sunday. 
Friday. 



Saturday Sunday. 



1862-63. 


TABLE 2. 


5623. 


1. 

Sept 

21 


2. 1 


3. 


1. 

Apr. 

4 


2. 


3. 


Haazlnoo. 


Sab.Tesbubab 




Pesablst day 


Oct. 






11 




" 8tb " 


4 




Kipoor. 


18 


Sbeminee. 


M. Hodesb. 


11 




Sucot 3d. day.. 




( Tazrianar. 




n 


Habeiahab. 


Simbat Torab. 
Friday. 


25 


Metsorang. 




18 


Beresheet. 










25 


N"oah. 


Rosb Hodesb. 


May. 


( Abare Mot. 




Nov, 






2 


] 




1 


Lech Lecbah. 






( Kedosbira. 




8 


Vayerab. 




9 


Emor. 




15 


Haye Savab. 






Bebar. 




22 


Toledot. 


M. Hodesb. 


16 


- 




29 


Vayetseb. 






( Behukotai, 




Dec. 




1 


23 


Bamidbar. 




6 


\^ayisblacb. 




30 


Nasso. 




13 


Vayesbeb. 


I 


June 






20 


Mikets. 


Hanucab 4 d. 


6 


Bebangaloteba. 




21 


Vayigasb, 




13 


Shelacb Lecha. 




1868 






20 


Koracb. 




Jan. 






27 


Hukat. 




3 


Vaichi. 




July. 






10 


Shemot. 




4 


Balak. 




17 


Vaerab. 




11 


Pin'has. 


Hapli.Dibreh 


24 


Bo. 






( Matot. ) 




31 


Besbalacb. 


Moses' Song. 


18 


] [ 


" Sbimoo. 


Feb. 








( Masay. ) 




7 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


25 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


14 


Misbpatim. 


P. Sbekalim 


Aug. 






21 


Teruraab. 




1 


Vaetbanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


28 


Tetsaveb. 


P. Zacbor. 


8 


Ekeb. 




Mar. 










[ R. Hodesb. 


7 


Ki Tissah. 
( Vayakhel. ) 




15 


Reay. 


I M. Hodesb. 


14 


\ [ 


P. Parab. 


22 


Sbopbctim. 






(Pekudeh. ) 


( P. Eabodes 


29 
Sep. 


Ki Tetseb. 




21 


Vayiki'ab. 


\ 


5 


Ki Tabo. 








I R. Hodesb. 


12 


Nitsabim. 




28 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole 









Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 



1863-64. 



TABLE 1. 



5624. 



1. 

Sept. 

14 15 

16 

23 

28 29 

Oct. 

4 

5 

6 

13 14 

Novem. 

12 

Decern. 

6 

11 

20 

1864. B 

Jan. 

9 

23 

Feb. 

7 8 

21 22 
March, 

8 9 
21 

22 23 
April. 

1 
21 22 
21 28 
May. 
6 1 
20 
24 
June. 
5 
10 11 
July. 
4 6 
21 
August. 
3 
11 
17 
Sept. 
1 2 



2. 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor , 
Sucot 2 first days. 

Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Hanueah 1st day, Barech Alenu, 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet, 
Fast of Tebet 



Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 
Purim Katan. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 
Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 

Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 

Rosh Hodesh lyar. 
Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 

Rosh Hodesh Si van. 
Shebuot- 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 
Fast of Tamooz. 

Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



8. 



Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 
Monday. 
Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Sunday. 

Friday. 

Sunday. 



Saturday. 
Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Smiday JNIonday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Friday Saturday. 
Friday. 
Tuesday. 

Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Monday Tuesday. 
Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 



1863-64. 



TABLE 2. 



5624. 



1. 

Sept. 



19 
26 



Oct. 



6 



10 
17 
24 
31 

Nov. 
1 

14 
21 
28 

Dec. 

5 

12 

19 

26 

1864 B. 

Jan. 
2 
9 

16 
23 
30 

Feb. 

6 
13 
20 
27 

March. 

5 

12 

19 

26 



2. 



Vayelech. 
Haazinoo. 



Haberahah. 

Beresheet. 
Noah. 

Lech Lechah 
Vayerah. 

Haye Sarah. 
Toledot. 
Vayetseh. 
Vayishlach. 

Vayesheb. 
Mikets. 
Vayigash. 
Vaichi. 



Shemot. 

Vaerah. 

Bo. 

Beshalach. 

Yitro. 

Mishpatim. 
Terumah. 
Tetsaveh. 
Ki Tissah. 

Vayakhel. 
Pekudeh. 
Vayikrah. 
Tsav. " 



3. 



S. Teshubah. 



Sucot 6th day, 
Simhat Torah 
Tuesday. 



Hanucah 7 d. 



Rosh Hodesh. 

Moses' Song. 
10 Commdts, 

Mah. Hodesh. 



P. Shekalim. 

P. Zachor. 
P. Parab. 



Apr. 

2 

9 

16 

23 

80 

May 

7 

14 

21 

28 

June 

4 

11 

18 

25 

July 

2 

9 

16 

Balak. 
23 Pin'has. 

; ( Matot. ] 
80^ 

i ( Masay. ] 
Aug.' 

6 Debar im. 
13 Vaethanan. 
20 Ekeb. 
27 Reay. 
Sep.i 

3 Shophetim. 
10 Ki Tetseh. 
17 Ki Tabo. 
Nitsabim. 



Sheminee. 
Tazriang. 
Metsorang. 

Ahar6 Mot. 

Kedoshim. 
Emor. 
Behar. 
Behukotai. 

Bamidbar. 

Nasso, 
Behangaloteha 

Shelach Lecha 
Korach. 
Hukat. 



P.Hahodesh 

S. Hagadole 
Pesah 3 d. 



R. Hodesh. 



M. Hodesh. 
Shebuot 2 d. 



Haph. Dibreh 
" Shimoo. 



" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo 



24 



Yayelecb. 



Imperfect Bissextile Year of 383 days. 



1864-65. 



TABLE 1. 



5625. 



1. 

Oct 

1 2 

3 

10 

15 16 

21 

22 

23 

80 31 

Novem. 

29 30 

Decern. 

4 

24 

29 30 

1865, 

Jan. 

8 

28 

Feb. 

11 

26 21 

March. 

9 

12 13 

28 

April. 

11 12 

17 18 

26 27 

May. 

10 

14 

26 

M 

Jun 

June. 

24 25 

July. 

11 

24 

August 

1 

1 

22 23 



31) 
Ql.j- 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 
Sucot 2 first days. 

Hoshaanah Rabah. 

Sheminee Aseret. 

Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st d^y. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 



Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adai- 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan, 

Shebuot. 



Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabeab. 
Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Saturday Sunday. 

Monday. 

Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Friday. 

Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 

Sunday. 
Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 



Sunday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Thursday. Q 
Sunday Monday. 
Tuesday. 

Tuesday "Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Sunday. 

Friday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 

Saturday Sunday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 



1864-65. 



TABLE 2. 



6625. 



1. 

Oct. 



2. 



8 Haazinoo. 
15 
22| 
23Haberahah. 

29.Beresheet. 
Nov. 

5 Noah. 

12 Lech Lechah. 

l9:Vayerah. 

26:Haye Sarah. 
Dec. I 

SToledot. 

lOVayetseh. 

17jVayishlach. 

24 Vayesheb. 

Sl^Mikets. 
1865! 
Jan. j 

7iVayigash. 

14 Vaichi. 

21 Shemot. 

28 Vaerah. 
Feb.! 
4Bo. 

1 1 Beshalach. 

ISYitro. 



25 Mishpatim. 



Mar. 

4 

11 

18 

25 
Apr. 



Terumah. 
Tetsaveh. 
Ki Tissah. 

iVayakhel. 
Pekudeh. 

Vayikrah, 
Tsav. 



R. Shana. Istd 
S. Teshubah. 
Sucot 1st day. 
Shemi. Aseret. 
Simhat Tovah 
Sunday 
Mah. Hodesh. 



1. 

Apr, 
15 

22 



Hanucah 1. d. 
" 8th " 



Rosh Hodesh, 



Moses' Song. 
10 Commdts. 
P.Shekalim 

M. Hodesh. 



P. Zachor. 
P. Parah- 

P. Hahodesh. 



S. Haffadole. 



29 

May. 

6 

13 

20 

27 

June 

3 

10 

17 

24 



Sheminee. 
C Tazriang. 

( Metsorang, 

C Ahare Mot. 

( Kedoshim. 
Emor. 
C Behar. 

C Behukotai. 
Bamidbar. 

Nasso. 

Behangaloteha. 
Shelach Lecha. 

Korach. 



July 

1 Hukat. 
8|Balak. 
l5|Pin'has. 
Matot. 
22 

29 

Aug, 

5 

12 

19 

26 

Sep. 

2 



16 



( Masay. 
Debarim. 

Vaethanan. 
Ekeb. 
Reay. 
Shophetim. 

Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 

iNitsabim. 
Vayelech. 



Pesah 5 day 



Rosh Hod. 
Mah. Hod. 

Haph Dibreh 
« Shimoo. 
" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 



Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



1865-66. 



TABLE 1. 



5626- 



Sept. 
21 22 
24 
30 

Oct. 

5 6 
II 
12 
13 

20 21 
Nov. 

19 
Dec. 
4 
13 
18 19 
28 
1866. 
Jan. 
17 
31 
Feb. 
15 16 
28 
Mar. 
1 2 
17 
Mar. 31 
Apr. 1 
April. 

6 7 
15 16 

29 

May 

3 

15 

20 21 

June. 

13 14 

July. 

1 

13 

22 

27 

August 

11 12 



Tishree Rosli Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyab. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaauah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simbat Torab. 
Rosb Hodesb Hesbvan. 

Rosb Hodesb Kislev. 

Barecb Alenu. 

Hanucab 1st day. 
Rosb Hodesb Tebet. 
Fast of Tebet. 



Rosb Hodesb Sbebat. 

Rosb Sbanab Leaylanot. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar. 
Fast of Estber. 

Purim. 
Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 

V Pesab 2 first days. 

" 2 last " 
Rosb Hodesb lyar. 
Pesab Sbenee. 

Lag Laomer. 
Rosb Hodesb Sivan. 
Sbebuot. 

Rosb Hodesb TamoOz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosb Hodesb Ab. 
Tisbabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosb Hodesb Elool. 



3. 

Tbursday Friday. 
Sunday, s^c 
Saturday. 

Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 

Tbursday. 

Friday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 
Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 
Tbursday. 



Wednesday. 
Wednesday. 

Tbursday Friday. 
Wednesday. 

Tbursday Friday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday Sunday. 

Friday Saturday. 
^Sunday Monday. 
Sunday. 

Tbursday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Wednesday Thursday 

Sunday, sjc 
Friday. 
Sunday 5j< 
Friday. 

Saturday Sunday. 



1865-66. TABLE 2. 


5626. 


1. 

Sept 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 






Mar. 






23 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


31 




Pesah 1st d. 


30 




Kipoor. 


Apr. 






Oct. 






7 




" 8th" 


1 




Sucot 3rd day. 


14 


Sheminee. 


Mahar Hod 


13 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torab 
Friday. 


21 


C Tazriang. 




14 


Beresheet. 






( Metsorang, 




21 


Noah. 


Rosh Hodesh, 




( Ahare Mot. 




2S 


Lech Lechah. 




28 


. 




Nov. 








Kedoshim. 




4 


Vayerah. 




May 






11 


Haye Sarah. 




5 


Emor. 




18 


Toledot. 


Mah. Hodesh. 




C Behar. 




25 


Vayetseh. 




12 


^ 




Dec. 








i Behukotai. 




2 


Vayishlach. 




19 Bamidbar. 




9 


V"ayesheb. 




26 


Nasso. 




16 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 4 d. 


June 






23 


Vayigash. 




2 


Behangaloteha. 




30 


VaicM. 




9 Shelach Lecha. 




1866 






leKorach. 




Jan. 






23Hukat. 




6 


Shemot. 




30 


Balak. 




13 


Vaerah. 




July 






20 


Bo. 




7 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


27 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Matot. ) 




Feb. 






14 


] [ 


" Shimoo. 


3 


Yitro. 


10 Comradts. 




( Masay. ) 




10 


Mishpatim. 


P. Shekallm 


21 


Debarira. 


" Hazon. 


17 


Terumah. 




28 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


24 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


Aug. 






Mar. 






4 


Ekeb. 




3 


Ki Tissah. 








( Rosh Hod. 




( Vayakhel. 




11 


Reay. 


•{ 


10 


] 


P. Parah. 






( Mah. Hod. 




( Pekudeh. 




18 


Shophetim. 








( P. Hahodesh. 


25 


Ki Tetseh. 




17 


Vayikrah 




Sep. 










( R. Hodesh. 


1 


Ki Tabo. 




24 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 


8 


jNitsabim. 




Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 





1866-67. 



TABLE 1. 



5627. 



1. 

Sept. 

10 11 

12 

19 

24 25 

30 

1 

2 

9 10 

N'ov. 

8 
Dec. 



Oct, 



8 



9 

3 

4 

9 

18 

1867. 

Jan. 7 

21 

Feb. 

5 6 

19 20 
March. 

1 8 

20 

21 22 

April. 

6 

20 21 
26 27 

May. 
5 6 
19 
23 
June. 
4 
9 10 
July. 
3 4 
21 
August. 
2 
11 
16 
Aug. 31 
Sep. 1 



Tishree Rosli Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 

Hoshaanah Rabah. 

Sheminee Aseret. 

Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Hanueah 1st day. 
Barech Alenu. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 

Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Sbanah Leaylanot. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 
Purim Katan. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 
Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 

Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 
Pesah 2 first days, 
♦' 2 last " 

Rosh Hodesh lyar. 
Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 

Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 
Fast of Tamooz. 

Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 
Tubeab. 

I Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday, 

Thursday Friday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Tuesday. 

Monday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Saturday. 
Saturday Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Sunday. 
Thursday. 

Tuesday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 
Sunday, jf: 

Friday 
Sunday. ^ 
Friday. 

Saturday Sunday. 



1866-67. 



TABLE 2. 



5627. 



1. 2. 



Sept 

15 Vayelech. 

22 Haazinoo. 

29j 
Oct. I 

2 Haberahah. 

6 Beresheet. 
13 Noah. 
20 Lech Lechah. 
27jVayerah. 
Nov. I 

3 Haye Sarah. 
10;Toledot. 
17jVayetseh. 
24 Vayishlach, 

Dec. 

llVayesheb. 

S^Mikets. 

i 

15 Vayigash. 
22 Vaichi. 
29!Shemot 
1867 
Jan. I 

5 Vaerah. 
12Bo. 

19|Beshalach. 
26 Yitro. 
Feb.j 

2 Mishpatim. 
9 Terumah. 
16:Tetsaveh. 
23:Ki Tissah. 
Mar. I 

2iVayakhel. 

9'Pekucleh. 

lejVayikrah. 



3. 

Sab.Teshubah 

Sucot 6th day. 

Simhat Torah 
Tuesday. 



Hanucahed 
' R. Hodesh. 
'M.Hodesh. 



1. 

Mar. 
23 
30 

Apr. 



2. 

Tsav. 
Sheminee. 



6Taziiang. 

13Metsorang 

20 

27 

May 

4 

11 

18 

26 
June 
1 



Moses' Song. 
10 Commdts. 



P. Shekalim. 
P. Zachor. 



15 
22 

29 

July 

6 

13 

20 

27 

iAug. 
3 

10 
17 

24 

31 

Sep. 

7 

14 

21 

28 



A hare Mot. 
Kedoshim. 
Emor. 
Behar. 



Behukotai. 
Bamidbar. 
Nasso. 

Behangaloteha 
Shelach Lecha. 

Korach. 
Hukat. 
Balak. 
Piu'has. 
[ Matot. ^ 

( Masay. ) 

Debarim. 

Vaethanan. 

Ekeb. 

Reay. 



Shophetim. 
Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 
Nitsabim. 



3. 

P. Parah. 

!P. Hahodesh 
R. Hodesh. 
S. Hagadole. 
Pesah. Istd. 
8th " 

Mah. Hodesh. 



Haph. Dibreh 
" Shimoo. 

" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 

C R. Hodesh. 

( M. Hodesh. 



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1867-68. 



TABLE 1. 



5628. 



J. 



2. 



Sep.SOOcillTishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Oct. 



14 



2 

9 

15 

20 

21 

22 

29 30 

Nov, 

28 
Dec. 5 
22 
27 
1868 B. 
Jan. 
6 
25 
Feb. 

8 

23 24 

Mar. 

5 

8 9 

24 

Apr. 
1 8 
13 14 
22 23 
May. 
G 
10 
22 
21 28 
June. 
20 21 
July.^ 

20 
28 

August 
3 

18 19 



Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosli Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 
Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet 



Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 



Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last « 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday, 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday. 
Thursday. 
Sunday. 
Friday. 



Sunday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Thursday. Q 
Sunday Monday. 
Tuesday. 



Tuesday Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday Thursday 

Wednesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Saturday Sunday 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 
Tuesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 



1867-68. 



TABLE 2. 



5628. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2 


3. 


Oct. 






Apr. 






5 


Vayelech 


S. Teshubah. 


1] 




Pesah 5th d. 


12 


Haaziaoo. 




IS 


Sheminee. 




19 




Sucot 6th day. 




( Tazriang. 




22 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah; 
Tuesday. 


25 


( Metsorang. 




26 


Beresheet. 










Nov. 






May 


( Ahare Mot. 




o 


Nonh 




2 


- 




9 


Lech Lecliah 






Kedoshim. 




16 


Vayerah. 




9 


Emor. 




23 


Haye Sarah. 
Toledot. 






Behar. 




30 




16 


J 




Dec, 








Behukotai. 




7 


Vayetseh. 




23 


Bamidbar. 




14 


Vayisblach. 




30 


Nasso. 




21 


Vayesheb. 




June 






28 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 7 d. 


6 


Behangaloteha 




1868 B. 






13 


Shelach Lecha 




Jan. 










(R. Hodesh. 


4 


Vayigash. 




20 


Korach. 


^ 


11 


Vaichi. 








(M. Hodesh. 


18 


Shemot. 




27 


Hukat. 




25 


Vaerah. 


Rosh Hodesh. 


July 






Feb. 






4iBalak. 




1 


Bo 




lljPin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


8 


Beshalach. 


Mo?es' Song. 




C Matot. ) 




15 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 
( P. Shekalim 


18 


( Masay. ) 


" Shimoo. 


22 


Mishpatim. 


] 


25 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 






( M. Hodesh. 


Aug.j 




29 


Terumah. 




IjVaethanan. 


" Nahamoo, 


March. 






S'Ekeb. 




7 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


15 Pteay. 




14 


Ki Tissah. 


P. Parali. 


22Sbophotim. 






f Vayakhel.) 
I Pekudeh. ) 




29 


Ki Tetseh. 




21 


P. Hahodesh 


Sep. 










5 


Ki Tabo. 




28 


Vayikrah. 




1 


( Nitsabim. 




April. 






12 


- 




4 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 




( Vayelech. 





Imperfect Common Tear of 353 Days. 



1868- 

1 


-69. TABLE 1 


5629. 

Q 


Sept. 


z. 


O. 


17 18 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Thursday Friday. 


20 


Fast of Gruedalyah. 


Sunday. ^ 


26 
Oct 


Kipoor. 


Saturday. 


1 2 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


1 


Hoshaanah Rabali. 


"Wednesday. 


8 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 


9 


Simhat Torah. 


Friday. 


16 17 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Friday Saturday. 


Novem. 






15 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Sunday. 


Decern. 






4 


Barech Alenu. 


Friday. 


9 


Hanucah 1st dav. 


Wednesday. 


14 15 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Monday Tuesday. 


24 


Fast of Tebet. 


Thursday. 


1869. 






Jan. 






13 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Wednesday. 


27 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Wednesday. 


Feb. 






11 12 


Rosh Hodesh Adar 


Thursday Friday. 


24 


Fast of Esther. 


Wednesday. 


25 26 


Purina. 


Thursday Friday. 


March. 






13 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Saturday. 


27 28 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


April. 






2 3 


" 2 last " 


Friday Saturday. 


11 12 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Sunday Monday. 


25 


Pesah Shenee. 


Sunday. 


29 
May. 
11 


Lag Laomer. 


Thursday. 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Tuesday. 


16 17 


Shebuot. 


Sunday Monday. 


June. 






9 10 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


27 
July. 
9 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. ;^c 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Friday. 


18 


Tishabeab. 


Sunday. 5|c 


23 


Tnbeab. 


Friday. 


August 






7 8 


Rosh vjdesli Elool. 


Saturday Sunday. 



1868^69. TABLE 2, 


5629. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Sep. 






Mar. 






19 


Haazinoo. 


Sab. Teshubah 


27 




Pesah 1st d. 


26 




Kipoor. 


Apr. 






Oct. 3 




Sucot 3rd day. 


3 




" 8th « 








10 


Sheminee. 


Mahar Hod. 


9 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Friday. 


17 


C Tazriang. 




10 


Beresheet. 






( Metsorang. 




17 


Noah. 


Rosb Hodesh. 




( Abar6 Mot, 




24 


Lech Lecha. 




24 


- 




31 


Vayerah. 




May. 


Kedoshim. 




Nov. 






1 


Emor. 




7 


Hay6 Sarah 






( Behar. ") 




. 14 


Toledot. 


Mahar Hodesh 


8 


K >■ 




21 


Vayetseh. 






( Behukotai) 




28 


Vayishlach. 




15 


Bamidbar. 




Dec. 






22 


Nasso. 




5 


Vayesheb. 




29 


Behangaloteha 




12 


Mikets, 


Hanucah 4 d. 


June 






19 


Vayigash. 




6 


Shelach Lecha 




26 


Vaichi. 




12 


Korach. 




1869. 






19 


Hukat. 




Jan. 






26 


Balak. 




2 


Sbemot. 




July 






9 


Va^rah. 




3 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


16 


Bo. 






( Matot. ) 




23 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


10 


] f 


" Shimoo 


30 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 




( Masay. ) 




Feb. 






17 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


6 


Mishpatim 


P. Shekalim. 


24 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


13 


Terumah. 




31 


Ekeb. 




2D 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 








27 


Ki Tissah. 




Aug. 




( Rosh Hod. 


March. 


C Vayakhel 




7 


Reay. 


] 


6 


/ 


P, Parah. 






( Ma. Hod. 




I Pekudeh. 




14 


Shophetim. 








( P.Hahodesh 


21 


Ki Tetseh. 




13 


Vayikrah. 


J 

( Rosh Hod. 


28 
Sep. 


Ki Tabo. 




20 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 


4 


Nitsabim. 




Ordinary Common Tear of 354 Days. 





1869-70. 



TABLE 1. 



5630. 



1. 

Sept. 
6 7 
8 

15 
20 21 
26 
21 
28 
Oct. 

5 6 
Nov. 
4 5 
29 
Dec. 

4 5 
5 

14 
1870 
Jan. 
3 
17 
Feb. 
1 2 

15 16 
March. 

3 4 
16 

17 18 
April. 
2 

16 17 
22 23 

May. 

1 2 

15 

19 

31 

June. 

5 6 
29 30 

July. 
17 
29 

Aug. 7 

12 

27 28 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah, 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first clays. 
Hosbaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simbat Torab. 

Rosb Hodesb Hash van. 

Rosb Hodesb Kislev. 
Hanucablst day. 

Rosb Hodesb Tebet. 
Barecb Alenu. 

Fast of Tebet. 



Rosb Hodesb Sbebat. 

Rosb Sbanab Leaylanot. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar Risbon. 
Purim Katan. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar Sbenee. 
Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 

Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 
Pesab 2 first days. 
2 last " 

Rosb Hodesb lyar. 

Pesab Sbenee. 

Lag Laomer. 
Rosb Hodesb Sivan. 

Sbebuot. 
Rosb Hodesb Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosb Hodesb Ab. 
Tisbabeab. 
Tubeab. 
Rosb Hodesb Elool. 



3. 



Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 

Tuesday Wednesday, 

Thursday Friday. 
Monday, 

Saturday Sunday. 
Sunday. 
Tuesday. 



Monday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Saturday. 

Saturday Sunday 

Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Sunday. 
Thursday. 
Tuesday, 

Sunday Monday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Sunday. ^ 
Friday, 
Sunday. 3}c 
Friday. 
Saturday Sunday. 



1869-70. 



TABLE 2. 



5630. 



1. 

Sept 
11 

18 
26 

28 

Oct. 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Nov. 

6 

13 

20 

27 

Dec. 



Vayelech. 
Haazinoo. 

Haberahab, 



3. 



Sab. Tesbubab. 

Sucot 6th day. 

Simbat Torab 

Tuesday. 



Beresbeet. 
Noab. 

Lecb Lecba 
V^ayerab. 
Haye Sarab 

Toledot. 
Vayetseh. 
Vayisblacb. 
Vayesbeb 



11 

18 

26 

1870 

Jan. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Feb. 

5 

12 

19 

26 

Mar. 

5 

12 

19 



Mikets. 

Yayigasb. 

Yaichi. 

Sbemot. 



Va6rab. 

Bo. 

Besbalacb. 

Yitro. 

Misbpatim. 

Terumah. 
Tetsaveb. 
Ki Tissah. 
VayaMiel. 

Pekudeh. 

Yavikrab. 

Tsav, 



1. 2. 

Mar.j 

26 Sbeminee. 



Apr. 



{Hanucab 6 d 
R. Hodesb. 
Mahar Hod. 



Tazriana:. 



Moses' Song. 
10 Commdmts, 



P. Sbekalim. 
P. Zacbor. 



9 

16 

23 

30 

May 

7 

14 

21 

28 

June 

4 

11 

18 

25 

July 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Aug. 

6 

13 

20 

27 

Sept 

3 

10 

17 

24 



Metsorang. 



Abare Mot. 

Kedosbira. 
Emor. 
Bebar. 
Bebukotai. 

Bamidbar. 

Nasso. 

Bebangaloteba 
Sbelacb Lecba 

Korach. 
Hukat. 
Balak. 
Pin'bas. 
( JNIatot. ) 

( Masay. ) 

Debarim. 

Yaetbanan. 

Ebeb. 



3. 



P. Parab. 
C P.Habodesh 

( R. Hodesb. 

S. Hagadole. 
Pesab 1st day. 

" 8tb " 
M. Hodesb. 



Reay 



Sbophetim. 
Ki Tetseb. 
Ki Tabo. 
Nitsabim 



Hapb. Dibreh 
" Sbimoo. 

" Hazon. 
" Nabamoo. 

Rosb Hod. 

Ma. Hod. 



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1870-71. 



TABLE 1. 



5631. 



1. 

ISept. 

26 27 

28 

Oct. 

5 

10 11 

16 

17 

18 

25 26 
Novem. 

24 25 

Decern. 

4 

19 

24 25 

1871 

Jan. 

3 

23 

Feb. 

6 

21 22 

March. 

6 

7 8 

23 

April. 

6 7 

12 13 

21 22 

May. 

5 

9 

21 

26 27 
June. 

19 20 

July. 

6 

19 

27 

August 

2 

17 18 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Tor ah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanueah 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 



Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Pui'im. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Monday Tuesday. 
"Wednesday. 

"Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. 
Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 



Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday, 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Thursday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Friday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 



1870-71. 


TABLE 2. 


6631. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Oct I 






Apr. 






1 


Vayelech. 


Sab.Teshubah 


8 




Pesah 3rd d. 


8 


Haazinoo. 




16 


Sheminee. 




15 




Sucot 6th day. 




( Tazriang. 




18 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Tuesday. 


22 


( Metsorang 


R. Hodesh. 


22 


Beresheet. 






( Ahare Mot. 




29 


Noah. 




29 


. 




Nov. 








1 Kedoshim. 




5 


Lech Lechah. 




May. 






12 


Vayerah. 




6 


Emor. 




19 


Haye Sarah. 






( Behar. 




26 


Toledot. 




13 


-^ 




Dec. 








( Behukotai. 




3 


Vayetseh. 
Vayishlach, 




20 


Bamidbar. 


Mah, Hodesh. 


10 




21 




Shebuot 2 d. 


11 


Vayesheb. 




June 










( Hanucah 6 d 


8 


Nasso. 




24 


Mikets. 


I R. Hodesh. 


10 


Behangaloteha 








( M. Hodesh. 


17 


Shelach Lecha. 




31 


Vayigash. 




24 


Korach. 




1871 






July. 






Jan. 








( Hukat. 




1 


Vaichi. 




1 


] 


j 


14 


Sheraot 






( Balak. 




21 


Vaerah. 




8 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


28 


Bo. 






( Matot. ) 




Feb. 






15 




" Shimoo. 


4 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Masay. ) 




11 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


22 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


18 


Mishpatim. 


P. Shekalim. 


29 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


25 


Terumah. 




Aug. 






Mar. 






5 


Ekeb. 




4 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


12 


Reay. 




11 


Ki Tissah. 


P. Parah. 


19 


Shophetim. 






( Vayakhel. ) 




26 


Ki Tetseh. 




18 


\ 


P. Hohodesh. 


Sep. 








I Pekudeh. 




2 


Ki Tabo. 




26 
Apr. 

1 


Vayikrah. 




9 


( Nitsabim. 




Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 


( Vayelech. 






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1871-72. 


TABLE 1. 


5632. 


1. 

Sept. 
16 11 


2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


3. 
Saturday Sunday 


18 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Monday. 


25 


Kip cor. 


Monday. 


Sep. 30 Oct. 1 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Saturday. Sunday. 


6 


Hoshaanali Rabah. 


Friday. 


7 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Saturday. 


8 


Simliat Torah. 


Sunday. 


15 16 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


;Suuday Monday. 


Nov. 






14 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Tuesday. 


Dec. 5 


Barech Aienu. 


Tuesday. 


8 


Hanucah 1st day. 


Friday. 


13 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet 


Wednesday. 


22 


Fast of Tebet. 


Friday. 


1872 B. 






Jan. 




■ 


11 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat, 


Thursday. 


25 


Rosh Shauah Leaylanot. 


Thursday. 


Feb. 






9 10 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 


Friday Saturday. 


23 24 


Purim Katan. 


Friday Saturday. 


Mar. 






10 11 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 


Sunday Monday. 


21 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. O 


24 26 
Apr. 
9 


Puriin. 


Sunday Monday 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


23 24 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


29 30 


" 2 last " 


Monday Tuesday. 


May. 






8 9 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Wednesday Thursday 


22 


Pesah Shenee. 


Wednesday. 


26 


Lag Laomer, 


Sunday. 


June. 






1 


Rosh Hodesh Si van. 


Friday. 


12 13 

July. 
6"' 1 


Shebuot. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Saturday Sunday. 


23 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Tuesday. 


August. 






6 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Monday. 


13 


Tishabeab. 


Tuesday. 


19 i 


Tubeab. 


Monday. 


Sep. 3 4 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1871-72. 


TABLE 2 


• 


5632. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 
Apr. 


2. 


8. 


Sep. 










16 




R.Shanahl d 


6 


Sheminee. 


P.Hahodesh 


23 


Haazinoo. 


Sab. Teshubah 


13 


Tazriang. 




30 




Sucot 1st day. 


20 


Metsorang. 


S. Hagadole 


Oct. 






27 




Pesah 5 day 


n 




Shem. Aseret. 


May. 






8 


Haberahah. iSimhat Torah 


4 


A hare Mot, 






Sunday. 


11 


Kedoshim. 




14 


Beresheet. Mahar Hodesh 


18 


Emor. 




21 


Noah. 


25 


Behar. 




28 


Lech Lecha. 


June 






Nov. 




1 


Behukotai 




4 


Yayerah. 


8 


Bamidbar. 




11 


Haye Sarah 


15 


Nasso. 




18 


Toledot. i 


22 


Behangaloteha 




25 
Dec. 

2 


Vayetseh. 




29 


Shelach Lecha 




Vayishlach 




July 




C Rosh Hod. 


9 


Vayesheb. 


Hanueah 2 d. 


6 


Korach. 


] 


16 


Mikets, 








( Ma. Hod. 


23 


Vayigasli. 




13 


Hukat. 


V 


30 


Vaichi. 




20 


Balak. 




1872 B. 






27 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


Jan. 












6 


Shemot. 




Aug. 


( Matot. 




13 


Vaerah. 




8 


\ 


" Shimoo 


21 


Bo. 






( Masay. ) 




27 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


10 


Debarim. 


" Hazon 


Feb. 






17 


Vaelhanan. 


"Nahamoo.. 


3 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


24 


Ekeb. 




10 


Mishpatim 


Rosh Hodesh. 


31 


Reay. 




17 


Terumah. 




Sep. 






24 


Tetsaveh. 




7 


Shophetim. 




March. 






14 


Ki Tetseh. 




2 


Ki Tissah. 


fP.Shekalim 


21 


Ki Tabo. 
C Nitsabim. 




9 


Vayakhel. 


C M. Hodesh. 


28 


C Vayelech. 




16 


Pekudeh. 










23 


Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 








30 


Tsav. 


P. Parah. | 






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1872-73. 



TABLE 1. 



5633. 



1. 

Oct^ 
3 4 
6 
12 

17 18 
23 
24 
25 

iNovem. 

1 2 

Decern. 

1 

4 

25 

30 31 

1873. 

Jan. 

9 

29 

Feb. 

12 

27 28 

March. 

12 

13 14 

29 

April. 

12 13 

18 19 
27 28 

May. 
11 
15 
27 
June. 
1 2 
25 26 
Julj. 
13 
25 
August 
3 
8 
23 24 



2. 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 
Sucot 2 first days. 

Hoshaanah Rabah. 

Sheminee Aseret. 

Simhat Torah. 

Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 
Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 



Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shan ah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 

Shebuot. 
Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabeab. 
Tuheab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. 

Saturday, 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Friday. 

Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Wednesday. 
Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 



Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Sunday. 

Thursday. 

Tuesday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Sunday. sj: 

Friday. 

Sunday. >Jc 

Friday. 
Saturday Sunday. 



1872-73. 



TABLE 2. 



5633. 



1. 


2. 


8. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Oct. 






Apr. 






5 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


12 




Pesah 1st d. 


12 




Kipoor. 


19 




" 8th " 


19 




Sucot 3rd day. 


26 


Sheminee. 


Mahar Hod. 


25 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Friday. 


May 






26 


Beresheet. 






( Tazriang. 




Nov. 






3 


•^ 




2 


Noah. 


Rosh Hodesh, 




( Metsorang. 




9 


Lech Lechah. 






( Ahare Mot. 




16 


Vayerah. 




10 


) 




28 


Haye Sarah. 






( Kedoshim. 




30 


Toledot. 


Mah, Hodesh. 


17 


Emor. 




Dec. 








( Behar. 




7 


Vayetseh. 




24 


3 




14 


Vayishlach. 






( Eehukotai. 




21 


Vayesheb. 




31 


Bamidbar. 




28 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 4 d. 


June 






1873 






7 


Nasso. 




Jan. 






14 


Bebangaloteha. 




4 


Vayigash. 




21 


Shelach Lecha. 




11 


Vaichi. 




28 


Korach. 




18 


Shemot. 




July 






25 


Vaerah. 




5 


Hukat. 




Feb. 






12 


Balak. 




1 


Bo. 




19 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


8 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Matot. ) 




15 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


26 


] [ 


" Shimoo. 


22 


Mishpatim. 


P.Sbekalim 




( Masay. ) 




Mar. 






Aug. 






1 


Terumah. 




2 


Debarira. 


" Hazon. 


8 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


9 


Vaetbanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


16 


Ki Tissah. 
( Vayakhel- 




16 


Ekeb. 


( Rosh Hod. 


22 


Pekudeh. 


P. Parah. 


23 


Reay. 


'Mah. Hod. 






( P. Hahodesh. 


30 


Shophetim. 




29 


Vayikrah. 


] 


Sep. 










( R. Hodesh. 


6 


Ki Tetseh, 




Apr. 






13|Ki Tabo. 




5 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 


20| 


Nitsabim. 





Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 



P^ 



1873-74. 



TABLE 1. 



5634. 



1. 

Sept. 
22 23 
24 
Oct. 
1 
6 1 
12 
13 
14 
21 22 
Nov. 

20 21 

Dec. 

4 

15 

20 21 

30 

1874. 

Jan. 

19 
Feb. 
2 
\1 18 
Mar. 
2 
3 4 
19 
April. 
2 3 
8 9 
17 18 
May 1 
5 
17 
22 23 
June. 
15 16 
July. 
2 

16 

23 

29 

August 

13 14 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 
Fast of Tebet. 



Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 

Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 

Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 

Thursday. 
Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 
Tuesday. 



Monday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Thursday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Friday. 

Tuesday. 

Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Monday Tuesday 

Thursday. 
Wednesday. 
Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

[Thursday Friday. 



1873-74. 



TABLE 2. 



5634. 



1. I 2. 

Sept 

27 Vayelech. 
Oct. 

4 Haazinoo. 

11 

14Haberahah. 

ISBeresheet. 
25 Noah. 
Nov. 

1 Lech Lechah. 
8 Vayerah. 

16 Haye Sarah. 
22 Toledot. 

29 Vayetseh. 
Dec. I 

6|Vayishlach. 
13,Vayesheb. 

20 Mikets. 

27 Vayigash. 
1874 
Jan. 

3 Vaichi. 

10 Shemot. 

17 Vaerah. 
24 Bo. 

31 Beshalach. 
Feb. 

7 Yitro, 
14Mishpatim. 

21 Terumah. 
2^ 

Mar. 



14 

21 

28 



Tetsaveh. 

Ki Tissah. 
( Vayakhel. 

( Pekudeh. 
Vayikrah, 
Tsav. 



S. Teshubah. 



Sucot 6 th day 
Simhat Torah 
Friday 



Hanucah 6. d 
R. Hodesh. 
M. Hodesh 



Moses' Song. 

10 Commdts. 
P. Shekalim. 

|P. Zachor. 

P. Parah. 

P.Hahodesh. 

iS. Hagadole. 



1. 

Apr 

4 
11 

18 

25 

May. 
2 

9 

16 

23 
30 
June 
6 
13 
20 

I 27 

July 

4 

11 

18 

25 

Aug. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Sep. 



Sheminee. 
C Tazriang. 

( Metsorang ) 
C Ahare Mot. 

( Kedoshim. 

Emor. 
f Behar. 

C Behukotai. 
Bamidbar. 

Nasso. 

Behangaloteha. 
Shelach Lecha. 
Korach. 
C Hukat. 

( Balak. 

Pin'has. 
C Matot. J 

( Masay. ) 
Debarim. 
Vaethanan. 

Ekeb. 
Reay. 
Shophetim. 
Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 

iNitsabim. 
Vayelech. 



Pesah 3 day 
R. Hodesh 



Mahar Hod. 
Shebuot 2. d. 



Haph. Dibreh 

" Shimoo. 

" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 



Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



1874-75. TABLE 1. 


5635. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Sept. 






12 13 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Saturday Sunday. 


14 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Monday. 


21 


Kipoor. 


Monday. 


26 27 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


Oct. 2 


Hosbaanah Rabah. 


Friday. 


8 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Saturday. 


4 


Simhat Torab. 


Sunday. 


11 12 


Rosb Hodesb Heshvan. 


Sunday Monday. 


Nov. 






10 


Rosh Hodesb Kislev. 


Tuesday. 


Dec. 






4 


Hanucablst day. Barech Alenu. 


Friday. 


9 


Rosb Hodesb Tebet. 


Wednesday. 


18 


Fast of Tebet. 


Friday. 


1875 






Jan. 






7 


Rosh Hodesb Shebat. 


Thursday. 


21 


Rosb Shanab Leaylanot. 


Thursday. 


Feb. 






5 6 


Rosb Hodesb Adar Risbon. 


Friday Saturday. 


19 20 


Purioi Katan. 


Friday Saturday. 


March. 






7 8 


Rosb Hodesb Adar Sbenee. 


Sunday Monday. 


18 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. O 


21 22 
April. 
6 


Furim. 


Sunday Monday. 


Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


20 21 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


26 27 
May. 
5 6 


" 2 Last " 


Monday Tuesday. 


Rosb Hodesb lyar. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


19 


Pesab Sbenee. 


Wednesday. 


23 


Lag Laonier. 


Sunday. 


June. 






4 


Rosh Hodesb SIvan. 


Friday. 


9 10 
July. 
3 4 


tSbebuot. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Rosh Hodesb Tamooz. 


Saturday Sunday. 


20 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Tuesday. 


Aug. 






2 


Rosh Hodesb Ab. 


Monday. 


10 


Tisbabeab. 


Tuesday. 


16 


Tubeab. 


Monday. 


Aug. 31 
Sept. 1 


•Rosh Hodesb Elool. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1874-75. TABLE 2. 


5635. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 2 


3. 


Sep. 






Apr. 






12 




R. Shana. Istd 


. 3J 


5heminee. 


?. Hahodesh, 


19 


laazinoo. * 


3. Teshnbah. 


10' 


razriang. 




26 




3ucot 1st day. 


17 


Metsorang. 


3. Hagadole. 


Oct. 






24 




Pesah 6 th d. 


3 




Shemi. Aseret. 


May 






4 Haberahah. | 


Sinahat Torah 


1 


Ahare Mot. 








Sunday. 


8 


Kedoshim. 




10 


Beresheet. 


M. Hodesh. 


15 


Emor. 




17 


Noah. 




22 


Behar. 




24 


Lech Lechah 




29 


Behukotai. 




31 


Vayerah. 




June 






Nov. 






5 


Bamidbar. 




7 


Haye Sarah. 




12 


Nasso. 




14 


Toledot. 




19 


Behangaloteha 




21 


Vayetseh. 




26 


Shelach Lecha 




28 


Vayishlach. 










Dec. 






July 




CR. Hodesh. 
^M. Hodesh. 


6 


Vayesheb. 


Hanucah 2 d. 


3 


Korach. 


12 


Mikets. 




10 


Hukat. 


19 


Vayigash. 




17 


Balak. 




26 


Vaichi. 




24 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


1875. 








f Matot. 




Jan. 






31 


\ 


" Shimoo. 


2 


Shemot. 






I Masay. 




9 


Vaerah. 




Aug. 






16 


Bo. 




7 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


23 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


14 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


30 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


21 


Ekeb. 




Feb. 






28 


Reay. 




6 


Mishpatim. 


Rosh Hodesh. 


Sep. 






13 


Terumah. 




4 


Shophetim. 




20 


Tetsaveh. 




11 


Ki Tetseh. 




27 


Ki Tissah. 




18 


Ki Tabo. 
( Nitsabim. 




March. 




( P. Shekalim 


25 


•< 




6 


Vayakhel. 


1 M. Hodesh. 




( Vayelech. 




13 


Pekudeh. 










20 


Yayikra. 


P. Zachor. 








27 


Tsav. 


P. Parah. 









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1875- 

1 


76. TABLE 1. 

9 


5636. 

Q 


X. 

Sept. 30 
Oct. 1 


> Tishree Rosh Hasbanah. 


O. 

Thursday Friday, 


Oct. 3 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Sunday. >Jc 


9 


Kipoor. 


Saturday. 


14 15 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


20 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Wednesday. 


21 


Sbeminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 


22 


Simhat Torah. 


Friday 


29 80 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Friday Saturday. 


Nov. 






28 29 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Sunday Monday. 


Dec. 5 


Barech Alenu. 


Sunday. 


23 


Hanucah 1 st day. 


Thursday. 


28 29 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


1876 B. 






Jan. 7 


Fast of Tebet. 


Friday, 


27 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Thursday. 


Feb. 






10 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Thursday. 


25 26 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Friday. Saturday. 


March. 






9 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. 


10 11 


Purun. 


Friday. Saturday. 


26 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Sunday. 


April. 






9 10 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Sunday Monday. 


15 16 


" 2 last ♦• 


Saturday Sunday. 


24 25 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Monday Tuesday. 


May. 






8 


Pesah Shenee. 


Monday. 


12 


Lag Laomer. 


Friday. 


24 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Wednesday. 


29 30 


Shebuot. 


Monday Tuesday. 


June. 






22 23 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz, 


Thursday Friday. 


July. 






9 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. 


22 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Saturday. 


30 


Tishabeab. 


Sunday. 


August. 






6 


Tubeab. 


Saturday. 


20 21 


Rosh Hodesli Elool. 


Sunday Monday. 



1875-76. TABLE 2. 


5636. 


1. 


2. 


3. !! 1 

r 


■2. 


3. 


j Oct. 




Apr. 






1 2 


Haazinoo. 


Sab. Teshubah. 15 




Pesah. 1 d. 


' 9 




Kipoor. 22 


Sheminee. 




16 




Sucot 6th day. 


( Tazriang. 




I 22 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 29 
Friday, j 


( Metsorang. 




23 


Beresheet. 




\ 






\ 30 


ISr,oah. 


R. Hodesh. 


May 


( Ahare Mot 




Nov. 






i ^ 


J 




1 6 


Lech Lecha 






( Kedoshim, 




; 13 


V'ayerah. 




13 


Pernor. 




! 20 


Haye Sarah 






C Behar. 




27 


Toledot. 


Mahar Hod. 


20 


) 




Dec. 








I Behukotai, 




4 


Vayetseh. 




27 


Bamidbar. 




11 


Vayishlach. 




Juue 






18 


Vayesheb. 




3 


iiasso. 




25 


Mikets. 


HanucahSd. 


10 


Behangaloteha 




1876 B. 






17 


Shelach Lecha 




Jan. 






24 


Korach, 




1 


Vayigasb. 




July 






8 


Vaichi. 




1 


Hukat. 




15 


SLcmot. 




8 


Balak. 




22 


Vaeiah. 




16 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


29 


Bo. 






( Matot. 


" Shimoo. 


Feb. 






22 


\ 




5 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song, 




( Masay. 


R. Hodesh. 


12 


Titro. 


10 Commdmts. 


29 


Debarim. 


Haph.Hazon. 


19 


Mishpatim. 




Aug. 










( P. Shekalim. 


5 


Vaethanan, 


" Nahamoo 


26 


Terumah. 


\ 


12 


Ekeb. 








(R. Hodesh. 


19 


Reay 


M. Hodesh. 


March. 






26 


Shophetim. 




4 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


Sep. 






11 


Ki Tissah. 




1 2 


Ki Tetseh. 




18 


Vayakhel. 


P. Par ah. 


: 9 


Ki Tabo. 








^ P. Hahodesh. 


16 


Nitsabim. 




25 


Pekudeh. 


( Mah. Hodesh 








April. 












1 


Vayikrah. 










8 


Tsav, 


S. Hagadole. 








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1 
1 





1876-77. 



TABLE 1. 



5637. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


Sept. 






19 20 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


21 


Fast of Guedalyah, 


Thursday. 


28 


Kipoor. 


Thursday. 


Oct. 






3 4 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


9 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Monday. 


10 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Tuesday. 


11 


Simhat Torah. 


Wednesday. 


18 19 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Novem. 






17 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Friday. 


Decern. 






4 


Barech Alenu. 


Monday. 


11 


Hanucah 1st day. 


Monday. 


16 17 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Saturday Sunday. 


26 


Fast of Tebet. 


Tuesday. 


1877 






Jan. 






15 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Monday. 


29 


Rosh Sfcanah Leaylanot. 


Monday. 


Feb. 






13 14 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


26 


Fast of Esther. 


Monday. 


27 28 


Purim. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


March. 






15 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Thursday 


29 30 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


April. 
4 6 


" 2 last " 


Wednesday Thursday. 


13 14 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Friday Saturday. 


27 


Pesah Shenee. 


Friday. 


May. 
1 


Lag Laomer. 


Tuesday. 


13 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Sunday. 


18 19 


Shebuot. 


Friday Saturday. 


June. 
11 12 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Monday Tuesday. 


28 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Thursday. 


July. 
11 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Wednesday. 


19 


Tishabeab. 


Thursday. 


25 


Tubeab. 


Wednesday. 


August. 
9 10 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Thursday Friday. 



1876-77. TABLE 2. 


5637. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


8ept 






Mar. 






23 


Vayelech. 


S. Teshubah. 


81 




Pesah 3 day 


30 


H^azinoo. 




Apr. 






Oct. 






7 


Sheminee. 




1 




Sucot 5th day. 




C Tazriang. ^ 




11 


Haberahah. 


Sirahat Torah 
Wednesday. 


14 


i Metsorang ) 


R. Hodesh. 


14 


Beresheet. 






C Ahare Mot. 




21 


Noah. 




21 


; 




28 


Lech Lechah. 






( Kedoshim. 




Nov. 






28 


Emor, 




4 


Vayerah 










11 


Haye Sarah. 




May. 


f Behar. 




18 


Toledot. 




5 


■? 




25 


Vayetseh. 






{ Behukotai. 




Dec. 






12 


Bamidbar. 


Mahar Hod. 


2 


Vayishlach, 




19 




Shebuot 2. d. 


9 


Vayesheb, 


( Hanucah 6. d 


26 
June 


Nasso. 




16 


Mikets. 


■! R. Hodesh. 


2 


Behangaloteha. 








( M. Hodesh. 


9 


Shelach Lecha. 




23 


Vayigash. 




16 


Korach. 




30 


Vaichi. 






( Hukat. 




IS11 




23 


J 




Jan. 






( Balak. 




6 


Shemot. 


30 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh. 


13 


Vaerah. 








20 


Bo. 


July 


( Matot. ) 




27 


Beshalach. Moses' Song. 


7 


] [ 


" Shimoo. 


Feb. 






( Masay. ) 




3 


Yitro, 10 Commdts. 


14 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


10 


Mishpatim. P. Shekalim. 


21 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


17 


Terumah. 


28 


Ekeb. 




24 


Tetsaveh. P. Zachor. 


Aug. 






Mar. 


I 


4 


Reay. 




3 


Ki Tissah. P. Parah. 


11 


Shophetim. 






( Vayakhel. ) 

\ > RHahodesh. 


18 


Ki Tetseh, 




10 


25 


Ki Tabo. 






(Pekudeh. > 










17 


Vayikrah. 




Sept 


( Nitsabim. 




24 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 


1 


( Vayelecli. 




Ordinary Common Year of 364 days. 




1 


■.L_ 



1877-78. TABLE 1 

1 ! 


5638. ■ 

Q 


1. 

Sept. , 


i,'. 


o. 


8 9 


Tishree Rosli Hashanah. 


Saturday Sunday. ! 


10 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Monday. 


17 


Kipoor. 


Monday. 


22 23 JSucot 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. ' 


28 Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Friday. ! 


29 1 Sheminee Aseret. 


Saturday. j 


30 1 Simhat Torah. 


Sunday. 


Oct. i 




7 8 Rosh llodesh Heshvan. 


Sunday Monday. 


Nov. 






6 7 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Dec. 1 


Hanucah 1st daj. 


Saturday 


4 


Barech Alenu. 


Tuesday. 


6 7 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Thursday Friday. 


16 


Fast of Tebet. 


Sunday. 


1878. 






Jan. 




5 Rosh Hodesh Sbebat. 


Saturday. 


19 1 Kosh Shanah Leaylaiiot. 


Saturday. 


Feb. i 




3 4 Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 


Sunday Monday. 


17 18 Parim Katan 


Sunday Monday. 


Mar. 




5 6 Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 


Tuesday Wedaesday. 


18 Fast of Esther. 


Monday. 


19 20 
April. 
4 


Purim. 


Tuesday Wednesday, I 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Thursday. : 


18 19 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


24 26 
May 
3 4 


" 2 last " 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Rosh Hode?h lyar. 


Friday Saturday. 


17 


Pesah Shenee. 


Friday. 


21 


Lag Laomer. 


Tuesday. 


Jun, 






2 Rosh Hodesh Sivau, 


Sunday. 


7 8 Shebuot. 
July. 

1 2 Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Friday Saturday. 


Monday Tuesday. 


18 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Thursday. 


31 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Wednesday. 


August. 






8 ! Tishabeab. 


Thursday. 


14 i Tubeab. 


Wednesday. 


29 30 iRosh Hodesh Elool, 


Thursday Friday. 



1877-78. 


TABLE 2. 


5638. 


1. 


' 2, 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Sept 






Mar. 






8 




R Shanah 1 d 


30 Sheminee. 


P.Hahodesh. 


15 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


Apr. 




22 




Sucot 1st day. 


6 Tazriang. 




29 




dhemi. Aseret 


1 3|Metsorang. 


S. Hagadole. 


30 


Haberahab. 


Simhat Torah 


20! 


Pesah 3rd d. 






Sunday. 


27 


Ahar6 Mot. 




Oct. 






May 


. 




6 


Beresheet. 


Mah. Hodesh. 


4 


Kedoshim. 


Rosh Hodesh 


13 


Noah, 




11 


Emor. 




20 


Lech Lechah. 




18 


Behar. 




27 


Vayerah. 


i 


25 


Behukotai. 




Nov. 




1 


June 






3 


Hay6 Sarah. 


! 


1 


Bamidbar. 


Mahar Hod. 


1(; 


roledot. 


i 


8 




Shebuot 2 d 


17 


Vayetseli. 




15 


Nasso. 




24 


Vayishlach. 




22 


Behangaloteha. 




Dec. 






29 


Shelach Lecha 




1 


Vayesheb. 


Hanucah 1 d. j 


July 






8 


Mikets. 


8 d 


6 


Koracli. 




15 


Vayigash. 


! 




( Hukat. 




22 


Vaichi. 




13 


) 




29 


Shemot. 






CBalak. 




1878 






20 


Piu'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


Jan. 








( Matot. ) 1 




5 


Vaerah. 


Rosh Hodesh. 


27 


] fl 


" Shimoo. 


12 


Bo. 






( Maseh ) 




19 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


Aug. 






26 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


3 


Debarini. 


" Hazon. 


, Feb. 






10 


Vaethanan. 


•' Nahamoo. 


\ 2 


Mishpatim. 


M. Hodesh 


17 


Ekeb. 




9 


Terumah. 




24 


Reay. 




16 


Tetsaveh. 




31 


Shophetim. 




23 


Ki Tissah. 




Sep. 






Mar. 






7 


Ki Tetseh. 




2 


Vayakhel. 


P. Shekalim 


14 


Ki Tabo. 




9 


Pekudeh. 




j 


( Nitsabiui. 




16 


Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 


21 


] 




2H 


Tsav. 


P. Paiah. 


1 
1 


( Yayelech. 






Perf 


3ct Bissextile '' 


fear 


of 385 Days. 





1878-79. 



TABLE 1. 



5639. 



1. 


2. 


S. 


Sept. 
28 29 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Saturday Sunday. 


30 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Monday. 


Oct. 7 


Kipoor, 


Monday. 


12 13 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


18 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Friday. 


19 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Saturday. 


20 


Simhat Torah. 


Sunday. 


27 28 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Sunday Monday. 


Nov. 






26 27 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Dec. 4 


Barech Alenu. 


Wednesday. 


21 


Hanucahlst day. 


Saturday. 


26 27 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Thursday Friday. 


1879. 






Jan. 






5 


Fast of Tebet. 


Sunday. 


25 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Saturday. 


Feb. 






8 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Saturday. 


23 24 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Sunday Monday. 


March. 






6 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. O 


9 10 


Purim. 


Sunday Monday. 


25 
April. 
8 9 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


14 15 


" 2 last " 


Monday Tuesday. 


23 24 
May. 

7 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Pesah Shenee. 


Wednesday. 


11 


Lag Laomer. 


Sunday. 


23 


Rosh Hodesh Sivau. 


Friday. 


28 29 


Shebuot. 


Wednesday Thui-sday. 


June. 






21 22 
July. 
8 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Saturday Sunday. 


Fast of Tamooz, 


Tuesday. 


21 


Rosh Hodesh Ah. 


Monday. 


29 


Tishabeab. 


Tuesday. 


Aug. 4 


Tubeab. 


Monday. 


19 20 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1878-79. 



TABLE 2. 



5639. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 1 2. 

! 


3. 


Sept. 






Apr.; 




28 




R.Shanahl d 


12 


Pesah 5 day 


Oct. 






19 She.ninee. 




5 


Haazin0'>. 


Sab. Teshubah 


Tazrianff. 




12 




Sucot 1st day. 


26:] 




19 




Shem. Aseret. 


( Metsorang. 




20 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah. 
Sunday. 


May. Ahare Mot, 
3 4 




26 


Beresheet. 


Mahar Hodesh 


Kedoshim. 




Nov. 






lO; Emor. 




2 


Noah. 




( Behar. 




9 


Lecli Lecha. 




17 ] 




16 


Vayerah. 




( Behukotai 




23 


Haye Sarah 




24 Bamidbar. 




30 


Toledot. 




31 1 Nasso. 




Dec. 






Junei 




1 


Vayetseh. 




1 Behangaloteha 




14 


Vayishlach. 




14 Shelach Lecha 




21 


Vayesheb. 


Hanucah 1 d. 




( Rosh Hod. 


28 


Mikett5, 


" 8 d. 


21 Korach. 


■^ 


1819. 








( Ma. Hod. 


Jan. 






28 Hukat. 




4 


Vayigash, ' 


July 




11 


Vaichi. 


5| Balak. 




■ 18 


Shemot. | 


12 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


25 


Vaerah. Rosh Hodesh. 




( Matot. ) 




Feb. 


1 


19 


] [ 


" Shimoo 


1 Bo. j \: 


{ Masay. ) 




8 Beshalach. iMoses' Song, i 26 


Debarim. 


*• Hazon. 


15 1 Yitro. 10 Commdts. 1 Ausf. 






CP.gbekalimj 


2 


Vae'hanan. 


" Nahamoo, 


22 


Mishpatim < 


9 


Ekeb. 




March. 


j ( M. Hodesh. 


16 


Reay. 




1 


Terumah. ; j 23 


Shophetim. 




8 


Tetsaveh. P. Zachor. i 30 


Ki Tetseh. 




15 


Ki Tissah. 


P. Parah. j Sep. 






22 


^Vayakhel. ^ 
CPekudeh. ) 


1 ^ 
P. Hahodesh. 


•Ki Tabo. 
( Nitsabim. 








13 


J 




29 


Vayiki'ah. 






C Vayelech. 




Apr 5 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole, 









Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



E): 



1879-80. 
1 


TABLE 1. 


5640. 


fc^ept. 


J., 


o. 


18 19 


Tishree Kosh Haslianah. 


Thursday Friday. 


21 


Fast of Guedalyah, 


Sunday, ^jc 


27 


Kipoor. 


Saturday. 


Oct. 






2 3 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


8 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Wednesday. 


9 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 


10 


Simhat Torab. 


Friday. 


17 18 


Rosb Hodesb Hesbvan. 


Friday Saturday. 


Nov. 






16 


Rosh Hodesb Kislev. 


Sunday. 


Dec. 






5 


Barecb Alenu. 


Friday. 


10 


Hanucab 1st day. 


Wednesday. 


15 16 


Rosb Hodesb Tebet 


Monday Tuesday. 


25 


Fast of Tebet. 


Th rsday. 


1880 B. 






Jan. 






14 


Rosh Hodesb Sbebat. 


Wednesday. 


28 


Ro^ Shanah Leaylaoot. 


Wednesday. 


Feb. 






12 13 


Rosb Hodesb Adar. 


Thursday Friday. 


25 


Fast of Estber. 


Wednesday. 


26 27 


Purim. 


Thursday Friday. 


Mar. 






13 


Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 


Saturday. 


27 28 
Apr. 
2 3 


Pesab 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


" 2 last " 


Friday Saturday. 


11 12 


Rosb Hodesb lyar. 


Sunday Monday. 


25 


Pesab Sbenee. 


Sunday. 


29 
May. 
11 


Lag Laomer, 


Thursday. 


Rosb Plodesb Si van. 


Tuesday. 


16 17 


Sbebuot. 


Sunday Monday. 


June. 






9 10 


Rosb Hodesb Tamooz. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


27 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. 5jc 


July. 9 


Rosb Hodesb Ab. 


Friday. 


18 


Tisbabeab. 


Sunday . >J: 


23 
August. 
7 8 


Tubeab. 


Friday. 


Rosb Hodesb Elool. 


Saturday Sunday 



1879-80. 



TABLE 2. 



5640. 



1. 

Sept. 



Oct. 



20 

27 

4 
10 



11 
18 
25 

'Nov. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec. 

6 

13 

20 

21 

1880 B, 

Jan. 
3 
10 
11 
24 
31 

Feb 
7 

14 
21 
28 

March. 
6 



13 

20 



2. 



Haazinoo. 



Haberahah. 

jBeresheet. 
INoah. 
Lech Lechah 

Vayerah. 
Haye Sarah. 
Toledot. 
Vayetseh. 
Vayishlach. 

Yayesheb. 
Mikets. 
Vayigash. 
Vaichi. 



Shemot. 

Vaerah. 

Bo. 

Beshalach. 

Yitro. 

Mishpatim. 
Terumah. 
Tetsaveh. 
Ki Tissah. 

f Vayakliel.^ 
CPekudeh ) 

Vayikrali . 
Tsav. 



3. 

S. Teshubah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 3rd day 
Simhat Torahl 
Friday. 

R. Hodesh. 



M. Hodesh. 



Hanucah 4 d. 



Moses' Song. 
10 Coramdts, 

P. Shekalim. 

P. Zachor. 

P. Parah. 

P.Hahodesh 

R. Hodesh. 
S. Hagadole 



1. 

Mar. 

27 

Apr 

3 

10 

17 



24 

May 
1 



15 

22 
29 
June 
5 

12 

19 

26 

July 

3 

10 

17 
24 
31 



Sheminee. 

iTazriang. 
Metsorang. | 
{Ahare Mot. 
Kedoshim. 

Emor. 

iBehar. 
Behukotai. 
Bamidbar. 
Nasso, 
Behangaloteha 

Shelach Lecha 
Korach. 
Hukat. 
Balak. 

Pin'has. 
r Matot. 

( Masay. 
Debar im. 
Vaelhanan, 
Ekeb. 



Pesah 1st d. 

i " 8th " 
IM. Hodesh. 



Haph. Dibreh 

" Shi moo, 

" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 



Aug. 

7|Reay. 

14|sliophetini. 
21iKi Tetseh. 
28,Ki Tabo. 

Sep. 

4!Nitsabim. 



r 

(M 



Hodesh. 
M. Hodesh. 



Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 



1880-81. TABLE 1. 


5641. 


1. 

Sept. 


2. 


3. 


6 1 


Tishree Kosh Hashancih. 


Monday Tuesday. 


8 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Wednesday. 


15 


Kipoor. 


Wednesday. 


20 21 


Sucot 2 tirst days. 


Monday Tuesday. 


26 


Hoshaauah Rabah. 


Sunday ! 


27 


Shemiuee Aseret. 


Monday. ! 


28 


Sim hat Torali, 


Tuesday. | 


Oct. i 


i 


5 6 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 1 


Novem. 




j 


4 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Thursday. j 


28 


Hauucah 1st day. 


Sunday. ! 


Decern. 






3 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Friday. 


5 


Barech Alenu. 


Sunday. 


12 


Fast ot Tebet. 


Sunday. : 


1881. 




1 


Jan. 1 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Saturday. 


15 


Rosh Shan ah Leaylanot. 


Saturday. ; 


30 31 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 


Sunday Monday. | 


Feb. ' 




13 14 Purira Kataa. 


Sunday Monday. • 


March, j 




1 2 Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 


Tuesday Wednesday. i 


14 1 Fast of Esther. 


Monday. | 


15 16 Purini. 


Tuesday Wednesday. ! 


31 Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 
April. 1 
14 15 Pesah 2 first days. 


Ihursday. ' 


Thursday Friday. 


20 21 "2 last " 


Wednesday Thursday, j 


29 30 Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Friday Saturday. 


May. 




1 


13 


Pesah Shenee. 


Friday. 


17 


Lag Laoiner. 


Tuesday. j 


29 


Rosh Hodesh Si van. 


Sunday. i 


June. 






3 41 


Shebuot. 


Friday Saturday. 


27 28 
July. 
14 


Rosh Hiulesh Tamooz. 


Monday Tuesday. 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Thursday 


27 


Rosh Hodesh Ab, 


Wednesday. 


August 






4 


Tishabeab. 


Thursday. 


10 


Tubeab. 


Wednesday. 


25 26 


Rosh Hodesh i^lool. 


Thursday Friday. 



1880-81. 



TABLE 2. 



5641. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


1 


•2. 


3. 


Sept. 






Mar. 






11 


Vayelech. 


Sab. Teshubah. 


26 


Sheminee. 


P.Haliodesh 


18 


Haazinoo. 




Apr. 






25 




Sucot 6th day. 


1 2 


Tazriang. 




28 


Haberahah, 


Simhat Torah 


9 


Metsorang. 


S. Hagadole. 






Tuesday. 


16 




Pesah. 3 d. 


Oct. 






23 


Ahar6 Mot. 




2 


Beresheet, 




30 


Kedoshim. 


R. Hodesh. 


9 


Noah. 




May 






16 


Lech Lecha 




7 


Emor. 




23 


\"ayerah. 




14 


Behar. 




30 


Haye Sarah 




21 


Behukotai. 




Nov. 






28 


Bamidbar. 


M. Hodesh. 


6 


Toledot. 




June 






13 


Vayetseh. 




4 




Shebuot 2 d. 


20 


Vayishlach. 




11 


Nasso. 




27 


Vayesheb, 




18 


Behangaloteha 




Dec. 






25 


Shelach Lecha 




4 


Mikets. 


Hanucahlthd. 


July 






11 


Vayigash. 




2 


Korach, 




18 


Vaichi. 






C Hukat. 




26 


Shemot. 




9 


) 




1881. 








I Balak. 




Jan. 






16 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


1 


Vaerah. 


R. Hodesh. 




Matot. ) 




8 


Bo. 


1 


28 


•j r 


" Shimoo. 


15 


Beshalach. 


]\^ses' Song. \ 




( Masay. ) 




22 


Yitro. 


10 Commdmts., 


30 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


29 


Mishpatim. 


Mahar Hod. i 


Aug. 






Feb. 






6 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo 


5 


Terumah. 




13 


Ekeb. 




12 


Tetsaveh. 




20 


Reay 




19 


Ki Tissab. 


1 


27 


Shophetim. 




26 


Vayakhel. 


P. Shekalim. ; 


Sep 






March. 




1 


3 


Ki Tetseh. 




5 


Pekudeh. 




10 


Ki Tabo. 




12 


Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 




( Nitsabim. 




16 

1 


Tsav, 


P. Parah. 


17 


( Yayelech. 





Imperfect Bissextile Year of 383 Days. 



1881-82. TABLE 1. 


5642. 


1. 


2. i 


3. 


Sept. 






24 25 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Saturday Sunday. 


26 
Oct. 

3 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Monday. 


Kipooi*. 


IMonday. 


8 9 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


14 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Friday. 


15 


Sheminee Aserct. 


Saturday. 


16 


Simhat Torah. 


Sunday. 


23 24 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Sunday Monday. 


Novem. 






22 23 


Rosli Hodesh Kislev. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Decern. 






4 


Barech Alenu. 


Sunday. 


17 


Hanueah 1 st day. 


Saturday. 


22 23 


Roah Hodesh Tebet. 


Thursday Fiiday. 


1882. 




\ 


Jan. 






1 


Fast of Tebet. 


Sunday. 


21 


Rosh Hodesli Shebat. 


Saturday. 


Feb. 






4 


Rosh Sbauah Leaylanot. 


Saturday. 


19 20 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Sunday Monday. 


Marcli. 






2 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. Q 


5 6 


Purim. 


Sunday Monday. 


21 
April. 
4 5 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


10 11 


2 last " 


Monday Tuesday. 


19 20 
May. 
3 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Pesah Shenee. 


Wednesday. 


7 


Lag Laomer. 


Sunday. 


19 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Friday. 


24 25 


Shebujt. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


June. 






17 18 


Rosh Hodesli Tamooz. 


■ Saturdiiy Snuday. 


July. 






4 


Fast of Tamooz. 


' Tuesday. 


17 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Monday. 


25 


Tishabeab. 


j Tuesday. 


31 


Tubeab. 


[ Monday. 


August. 






15 16 


Rosh Hodesh KlooL 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1881-82. 



TABLE 2, 



5642. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Sept 






Apr. 






24 




R. Sbanah 1 d. 


8 




Pesalt 5th d. 


Oct. 






16 


Shea)inee. 




1 Haazinoo. 


Sab.Teshubah 




( Tazriang. 




8 




vSucot 1st day. 


22 


1 




15 




Shemi. Aseret. 




( Metsorang 




16 


Haberabah. 


t^inihat Torah 
Sunday. 


29 


I Abar6 Mot. 

■ 




22 


Bereshect. 


M. Hodesh j 




( Kedoshim. 




29 


Noah. 




May. 






Nov. 






6 


Emor. 




5 


Lech Lechah. 






( Bfchar. 




12 


Vayerab. 




13 


J 




19 


Haye Sarah. 






Beliukotai. 




26 


Toledot. 




20 


Bamidbar. 




Dec. 






21 


Nasso. 




3 


Vayetseli. 




June 






10 


Vayishlach. 




3 


Behangaloteha 




11 


Vayesheb . 


Hanucah 1 d. 


10 


Shelach Lecha. 




24 


Mikets. 


" 8 d. 






( K. Hodesh. 


31 


Vayigash 




n 


Korach. 


\ 


1882 










( M. Hodesh 


Jan. 






24 


Hukat. 




1 


Vaiclii. 


1 


July. 






14 


Shemi)t 


i 


1 


Balak. 




21 


Vaerah. 


R. Hodesh. ^ 


8 


Piu'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


28 


Bo. 


i 




( Matot. ) 




Feb. 




1 


15 


J r 


" Shimoo. 


4 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song, i 




Masay. ) 




11 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


22 


Debarim. 


" Hazou. 






^P. Shekalim 


29 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


18 


Mishpatim. 


) 


Aug. 




. 






I ^\. Hodesh. 


5 


Ekeb. 




25 


Teruraah. 




l2!Reay. 




Mar. 






19Shophetirn. 




4 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Ziichor. ! 


26 Ki Tetseh. 




11 


Ki Tissali. 
( Vayakhel. ) 


P. Parah. 


Sep.' 

2K:i Tabo. 




18 


(Pekudeh. ) 


P. Hahodesh. | 

i 


9 


C Nitsabiin. 




25 


Vayikrah. 


i 




Vayelech. 




Apr. 












1 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 









Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



1882-83. 



TABLE 1. 



5643. 



Sept. 

14 15 

17 

23 

28 29 

Oct. 4 

5 

6 

13 14 

Nov. 

12 

Dec. 4 

6 

11 

20 

1883. 

Jan 

Feb 

1 

21 

Mai 

9 

23 

Apr 
22 23 
28 29 

May. 

1 8 
21 
25 

June. 6 

11 12 

July. 

5 6 

22 

Aug. 4 

12 

18 

Sept. 

2 8 



Jan 


9 




23 


Feb. 




1 


8 


21 


22 


March. 


9 


10 




22 


23 


24 



Tishree Rosh Hasbanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 

Hoshaauah Rabah. 

Sbeminee Aseret. 

Simhat Torab. 
Rosh Hodesb Hesbvan. 

Rosb Hodesb Kislev. 
Barecb Alenu. 

Hanucab 1st day. 
Rosb Hodesb Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 

Rosb Hodesb Sbebat. 

Rosb Sbanah Leaylanot. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar llisbon 
Purim Katan. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar Sbenee. 

Fast of Esther. 

Purim. 
'Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 

Pesab 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 

Rosh Hodesb lyar. 

Pesab Sbenee. 

Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 

Shebuot. 

Rosb Hodesb Tainooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosb Hodesb Ab. 

Tisbabeab. 

Tubeab. 

Rosb Hodesb Elool. 



3. 



Thursday Friday. 

Sunday, sf: 

Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 
j Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Friday 
{Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Wednesday. 

Monday. 

Wednesday, 

Tuesday. 
j Tuesday. 

[Wednesday Thursday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Friday Saturday. 

Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Monday. 

Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Sunday. 
Saturday. 
Sunday. 
Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 



1882-83. 


TABLE 2. 


5643. 


1. 

Sept 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 






Mar. 






16 


Haa2anoo. 


3. Teshubah. 


31 


Sheminee. 


P. Parah. 


23 




lipoor. 






. 


30 




Sucot 3rd day. 


Apr. 




P. Hahod 


Oct. 






7 


Tazriang. 


• 


6 


Haberahah, 


Simhat Torah 






M.Hodesh 






Friday. 


14 


Metsorang. 




7 


Beresheet. 




21 


Ahare Mot. 


S. Hagadole. 


14 


Noah. 


R. Hodesh. 


28 




Pesah 7 day 


21 


Lech Lechah. 




May. 






28 


Vayerah 




5 


Kedoshim. 




Nov. 






12 


Emor. 




4 


Hay4 Sarah. 




19 


Behar. 




11 


Toledot. 


M. Hodesh. 


26 


Behukotai. 




18 


Vayetseh. 




June 






1 26 


Vayishlach. 




2 


Bamidbar. 




Dec. 






9 


Nasso. 




2 


Vayesheb. 




16 


Behangaloteha. 




9 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 4. d. 


23 


Shelach Lecha. 




16 


Vayigash. 




30 


Korach. 




23 


Vaichi. 




July 






30 


Shemot. 




7 


Hukat. 




1883 






14 


Balak. 


1 


Jan. 






21 


^in'has. 




6 


Vaerah. 




28 


Matot. 


Haph. Dibreh. 


13 


Bo. 










20 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


Aug. 




(" Shimoo. 


27 


Yitro, 


10 Commdts. 


4 


Masay. 


. 


Feb. 










R.Hodesh. 


3 


Mishpatim. 




11 


Debarim. 


Haph.Hazon 


10 


Terumah. 




18 


Vaethanan, 


" Nahamoo. 


17 


Tetsaveh. 




25 


Ekeb. 




24 


Ki Tissah. 




Sept 






Mar. 






1 


Reay. 


Mahar Hod. 


3 


Vayakhel. 




8 


Shophetim. 








( R. Hodesh. 


15 


Ki Tetseh. 




10 


Pekudeh. 


. 


22 


Ki Tabo. 








P.Shekalim 


29 


Nitsabim. 




17 


Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 








24 


Tsav. 











Imperfect Bissextile Year of 383 Days. 



1883-84. 



TABLE 1. 



5644. 



1. 

Oct. 
2 3 
4 
11 
16 17 
22 
23 
24 
Oc. 31 Nov. 
Nov. 

30 
Dec. 
4 
24 

29 30 
1884 B. 
Jan. 

8 
28 

Feb. 
11 

26 27 

Mar. 
10 

11 12 
27 

Apr. 

10 11 

16 17 

25 26 

May. 
9 
13 
25 

30 31 
June. 
23 24 
July. 

10 
23 
31 

August. 
6 

21 22 



2. 

Tishree Kosh Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 

Hoshaanah Rabab. 

Sheminee Aseret. 

Simbat Torab. 
Rosb Hodesb Hesbvan. 

Rosh Hodesb Kislev. 

Bareeb Alenu. 

Hanucab 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesb Tebet 



Past of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesb Sbebat 

Rosb Sbanab Leaylanot 
Rosb Hodesb Adar. 

FastofE^er. 
Purim. 
Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 

Pesab 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesb lyar. 

Pesab Sbenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosb Hodesb Si van. 
Sbebuot. 

Rosb Hodesb Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosb Hodesb Ab. 
Tisbabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosb Hodesb Elool. 



3. 



Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Thursday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Friday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 



Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Thursday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Friday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday Saturday, 

Monday Tuesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 



1883-84. 



TABLE 2. 



6644. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 

Apr. 


2. 


3. 


Oct. 










6 


Vayelech. 


Sab.Teshubah 


12 




Pesah 3 day 


13 


Haazinoo. 




19 


Sbeminee. 




20 




Sucot 5th day. 




C Tazriang. 




24 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah. 
Wednesday. 


26 


] 

( Metsorang. 


R. Hodesh. 


27 


Beresheet. 










Nov. 






May. 


( Ahar6 Mot. 




3 


Noah. 




3 


] 




10 


Lech Lecha. 






( Kedoshim. 




17 Vayerah. 




10 


Emor. 




24 Haye Sarah 






C Behar. 




Dec. 






17 


^ 




1 


Toledot. 






( Behukotai 




8 


Vayetseh. 




24 


Bamidbar. 


M. Hodesh,. 


15 


Vayishlach. 




31 




Shebuot 2 d. 


22 


Vayesheb. 




June 










r Hanucah 6 d. 


7 


Nasso. 




29 


Mikets, 


] R .Hodesh. 


14 


Behangaloteha 








CM. Hodesh. 


21 


Shelach Lecha 




1884 B 






28 


Korach. 




Jan. 












5 


Vayigash. 




July 


( Hukat. 




12 


Vaichi. 




5, 


-^ 




19 


Shemot. 






( Balak. 




26 


Va^rah. 




12 


Pin'has. 


Hapli. Dibreh 


Feb. 








( Matot. ) 




2 


Bo. 




19 


\ 


" Shimoo 


9 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Masay. ) 




16 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


26 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


23 


Mishpatim 


P. Shekalim. 


Aug. 






March. 






2 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


1 


Terumah. 




9' 


Ekeb. 




8 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


16 


Reay. 




15 


Ki Tissah. 1 


P. Parah. 


23, 


Shophetim. 




22 


rVayakhel. 1 
(Pekudeh. ) 


P. Hahodesh. 


30 
Sep. 


Ki Tetseh. 








6 


Ki Tabo. 




29 


Vayikrah. 






f Nitsabim. 




Apr. 






13 


] 




5 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 




C Vayelech. 





Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 



1884-85. 



TABLE 1. 



5645. 



1. 

Sept. 

20 21 

22 

29 

Oct. 

4 5 

10 

11 

12 

19 20 
Nov. 

18 19 
Dec. 
4 
13 
18 19 
28 
1885. 
Jan. 
17 
31 
Feb. 
15 16 
26 
Mar. 
1 2 
17 
Mar. 81 
April 1 
April. 
6 7 
15 16 
29 
May 
8 
15 

20 21 
June. 

13 14 

30 

July. 

13 

21 

27 

August. 

11 12 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaauah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st daj « 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet, 
Fast of Tebet. 



Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar 
Fast of Esther. 

Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

y Pesah 2 first days. 

" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 
Pesah Shenee. 

Lag Laoraer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 
Fast of Tamooz. 

Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 
». ubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Monday. 
Monday. 

Saturday Sunday. 

Friday. 

Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday "Wednesday. 

Thursday. 
Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Sunday. 



Saturday. 
Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Thursday. O 

Sunday Monday. 
Tuesday. 

Tuesday "Wednesday. 

Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

Sunday. 
Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Saturday Sunday 
Tuesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday, 
Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 



1884-85. 



TABLE 2. 



5645. 



1. 

Sept 

20 

21 
Oct. 
4 

11 

12 

18 

25 

Nov. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec. 

6 

13 

20 

2V 

1885 

Jan. 

8 

10 

17 

24 

31 

Feb. 

1 

14 

21 Terumah. 

28 Tetsaveh. 

Mar. 

1 Ki Tissah. 



Haazinoo. 



Haberahah. 

Beresheet. 
Noah. 

Lech Lechah. 
Vayerah. 
Hay6 Sarah. 
Toledot. 
Vayetseh. 

Vayishlach. 
Vayesheb. 
Mikets. 
Vayigash. 



Vaichi. 

Shemot 

Vaerah. 

Bo. 

Beshalach. 

Yitro. 

Mishpatim. 



14 

21 

28 



8. 

R. Shanah 1 d. 
Sab.Teshubah 

Sucot 1st day. 
Shemi. Aseret. 
Simhat Torah 

Sunday. 
M. Hodesh 



1. 

Apr. 

4 

11 



Hanucah 1 d. 
8 d. 



( Vayakhel. 

( Pekudeh 
Vayikrah 

Tsav. 



:! 



R. Hodesh. 

Moses' Song. 

10 Commdts. 
C P. Shekalim 

( M. Hodesh. 

P. Zachor. 

P. Parah. 

P. Hahodesh. 

S. Hagadole. 



18 



25 

May. 
2 



16 

23 

30 

June 

6 

13 

20 

27 

July. 

4 

11 

18 

25 

Aug. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2. 



Sheminee. 
( Tazriang. 

( Metsorang 
I Ahare Mot. 

( Kedoshim. 

Emor. 
( Behar. 

( Behukotai. 
Bamidbar. 
Nasso. 
Bebangaloteha 

Shelach Lecha. 

Korach. 

Hukat. 
Balak. 

Pin'has. 
( Matot. ^ 

( Masay. ) 
Debarim. 
Vaethanan. 

Ekeb. 
Reay. 

Shophetim. 
Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 



3. 



Pesah 5th d. 



Haph. Dibreh 

" Shimoo. 

" Hazon. 
"■ Nahamoo. 



Sep. { Nitsabim. 
I ( Vayelech. 



(M. 



Hodesh. 
Hodesii. 



Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



f2 



1885-86. TABLE 1. 

1 


5646. 

3. 


Sept. 
10 11 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Thursday Friday. 


13 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Sunday, jfc 


19 


Kipoor. 


Saturday. 


24 25 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


30 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Wednesday. 


Oct. 1 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 


2 


Simhat Torah. 


Friday 


9 10 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Friday Saturday. 


Nov. 






8 9 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Sunday Monday. 


Dec. 3 


Hanucah 1st day. 


Thursday. 


4 


Barech Alenu. 


Friday. 


8 9 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


18 


Fast of Tebet. 


Friday. 


1886. 






Jan. 1 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Thursday. 


21 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Thursday. 


Feb. 






5 6 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon 


Friday Saturday. 


19 20 


Purim Katan. 


Friday Saturday. 


March. 






7 8 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 


Sunday Monday. 


18 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. O 


21 22 


Purim. 


Simday Monday. 


Apr. 6 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


20 21 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday, 


26 27 


" 2 last •* 


Monday Tuesday. 


May. 






5 6 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


19 


Pesah Shenee. 


Wednesday. 


23 


Lag Laomer. 


Sunday. 


June. 4 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Friday. 


9 10 
July. 
3 4 


Shebuot. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Saturday Sunday. 


20 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Tuesday. 


Aug. 2 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Monday. 


10 


Tishabeab. 


Tuesday. 


16 


Tubeab. 


Monday. 


Aug.31 
Sep. 1 


• Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1885-86. 


TABLE 2. 


5646. 


1. 

Sept 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 






Mar. 






12 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


20 


Tsav. 


P. Zachor. 


19 




Kipoor 


27 


Sheminee. 


P. Parah. 


26 




Sucot 3rd day. 


Apr. 






Oct. 






3 


Tazriang. 


P.Hahodesh. 


2 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 


10 


Metsorang. 








Friday. 


17 


Ahare Mot. 


S. Hagadole. 


3 


Beresheet. 




24 




Pesah 5 th d. 


10 


Noab, 


Rosh Hodesh. 


May 






17 


Lech Lechah. 




1 


Kedoshim. 




24 


Vayerah. 




8 


Emor. 




31 


Haye Sarah. 




15 


Behar. 




Nov. 






22 


Behukotai. 




1 


Toledot. 


Mah. Hodesh. 


29 


Bamidbar. 




14 


Vayetseh. 




June 






21 


Vayishlach. 




5 


Nasso. 




28 


Vayesheb. 




12 


Behangaloteha. 




Dec. 






19 


Shelach Lecha. 




5 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 3 d. 


26 


Korach. 




12 


Vayigash. 










19 


Vaichi. 




July 




( R.'Hodesh. 


26 


Shemot. 




3 


Hukat. 


} 


1886 










( M. Hodesh 


Jan. 






10 


Balak. 




2 


Vaerah. 




17 


Pin'has. 




9 


Bo. 




24 


Matot. 


Haph. Dibreh 


16 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


31 


Masay 


'♦ Shimoo. 


28 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


Aug. 






30 


Mishpatim. 




7 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


Feb. 






14 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


6Terumah. 


Rosh Hodesh. 


21 


Ekeb. 




ISiTetsaveb. 




28 


Reay. 




20 Ki Tissah. 




Sep. 






27 Vayakhel. 




4 Shophetira. 
llKiTetseh. 




Mar. 


C P. Shekalim 


18 


Ki Tabo. 




ePekudeh. 

1 


( M. Hodesh. 


25 


( Nitsabini. 




IS'Vayikrah. 






( Vayelech. 




Per 


feet Bissextile Year of 385 Days. 





1886-87. 



TABLE 1. 



5647. 



1. 

Sep.30 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 3 

9 

14 15 
20 
21 
22 

29 30 
Nov. 

28 
Dec. 5 
22 
27 28 
1887. 
Jan. 
6 
26 
Feb. 

9 

24 25 

March. 

9 

10 11 

26 

April- 

9 10 

15 16 
24 25 

May. 

8 

12 

24 

29 30 

June. 

22 23 

July. 

10 

22 

31 

Aug. 6 

20 21 



2. 

i Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaatiah Rabab. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosb Hodesh Hesbvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kialev. 
Barech Alenu. 

Hanucahlst day. 

Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 



Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shauah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purini. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesali 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
bhebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz, 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elpol. 



3. 

Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. ^J: 

Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 

"Wednesday. 

Thursday, 

Friday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday. 
Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 



Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Sunday. 
Thursday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 

Sunday. >Jc 
Friday. 
Sunday. 5jc 
Friday. 
Saturday Sunday. 







1886-87. TABLE 2. 


5647. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1 


•2. 


3. 


Oct. 






Apr. 






2 


Haazinoo. 


Sab. Teshubah. 


9 




Peeah. 1 d. 


9 




Kipoor, 


16 




8 d. 


16 




Sucot 3rd day. 


23 


Sheminee. 


M. Hodesh. 


22 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Friday. 


30 


C Tazriang. 




23 


Beresbeet, 






( Metsorang. 




30 


Noah. 


R. Hodesh. 








Nov. 






May 


' Ahar4 Mot, 




6 


Lech Lecha 




7 






13 


Vayerah. 






Kedoshim. 




20 


Haye Sarah 




14 


Emor. 




27 


Toledot. 


Mahar Hodesh 




( Behar. 




Dec. 






21 


^ 




4 


Yayetseh. 






i Behukotai. 




11 


Vayishlach. 




28 


Bamidbar. 




18 


Vayesheb. 




June 






25 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 4th d. 


4 


Nasso. 




1887. 






11 


Behangaloteha 




Jan. 






18 


Shelach Lecha 




1 


Vayigash. 




25 


Korach. 




8 


Vaichi. 




July 






15 


Shemot. 




2 


Hukat. 




22 


Va6rah, 




9 


Balak. 




29 


Bo. 




16 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


Feb. 








( Matot. ) 




5 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


28 


[ 


" Shunoo. 


12 


Yitro. 


10 Commdmts. 




Masay. ) 




19 


Mishpatim. 


P. Shekalim. 


30 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


26 


Teramah. 


lAug. 






March. 






6 


Vaethanan. 


'* Nahamoo 


5 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


18 


Ekeb. 




12 


Ki Tissah. 








fR Hodesh. 
(M. Hodesh. 


19 


(Vayakhel) 
(Pekudeh) 


P. Parah. 


20 


Reay 






27iShophetim. 








rP.Hahodesh.i.Septl 




26 


Vayikrah. 


( R. Hodesh. 


3 Ki Tetseh. 
lOiKi Tabo. 




April. 






17 


Nitsabim. 




2 


Tsav, 


S. Hagadole. 








Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 





1887- 
1 


88. TABLE 1. 

9 


5648. 


Sept. 


^. 


O. 


19 20 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Monday Tuesday. 


21 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Wednesday. 


28 
Oct 


Kipoor. 


"Wednesday. 


3 4 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Monday Tuesday. 


9 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Sunday. 


10 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Monday. 


11 


Simhat Torah. 


Tuesday. 


18 19 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Novem. 






17 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Thursday. 


Decern. 






5 


Barech Alenu. 


Monday. 


11 


Hanucab 1st day. 


Sunday. 


16 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Friday. 


25 


Fast of Tebet. 


Sunday. 


1888 B. 






Jan. 






14 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Saturday. 


28 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Saturday. 


12 13 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Sunday Monday. 


23 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. Q 


26 27 

March. 

13 


Purim. 


Sunday Monday. 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


27 28 
April. 
2 3 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


" 2 last " 


Monday Tuesday. 


11 12 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


25 


Pesah Shenee. 


Wednesday. 


29 


Lag Laomer. 


Sunday. 


May. 






11 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Friday. 


16 17 
June. 
9 10 


Shebuot. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Saturday Sunday. 


26 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Tuesday. 


July. 






9 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Monday. 


17 


Tishabeab. 


Tuesday. 


23 


Tubeab. 


Monday. 


August 






7 8 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1887-88. TABLE 2. 


6648. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2 


3. 


Sept. 






Mar. 






24 
Oct 


Vayelech. 


S. Teshubah. 


31 
Apr. 

7 




Pesah 5th d 


1 


Haazinoo. 




Sheminee. 




8 




Sucot 6th day^ 




Tazriang. 




11 


Haberahali. 


Simhat Torah 
Tuesday. 


1 14 


Metsorang. 




15 


Beresheet. 






Ahar6 Mot. 




22 Noah. 




21 


J 




29 Lech Lechah 






Kedoshim. 




Nov. ' 




28 


Emor. 




5 Vayerah. 




1 

1 






12 Haye Sarah. 




'May 


( Beliar. 




19 jToledot. 




i 5 


J 




26 


Vayetseh. 




i 


i Behukotai. 




Dec, 






12 


Bamidbar. 




3 


Vayishlach. 


i 


19 


Nasso. 




10 


Vayesheb. 


i 


26 


Behangaloteha 




17 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 7 d. 


June 






24 


Vayigash. 




2 


Shelach Lecha 




81 

1888 B. 


Vaichi. 




9 


Korach. 


(R. Hodesh. 
(M. Hodesh. 


Jan. 








7 Shemot. 




16 


Hukat. 




14 jVaerah. 


R. Hodesh. 


23 


Balak. 




21 


Bo. 




i 30 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


28 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


1 






Feb. 






July 


( Matot. ) 




4 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 
C P. Shekalim 


7 


( Masay. 


" Sliimoo. 


11 


Mishpatim. 


^ 


1 14 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 






( M. Hodesh. 


: 21 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


18 


Terumah. 




': 28 


Ekeb. 




25 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


Aug. 






March. 






i 4 


Reay. 




3 


Ki Tissah. 


P. Parah. 


i 11 


Shophetim. 






CVayakhel.^ 
CPekudeh ) 


■ 


1 18 


Ki Tetseh. 




10 


P.Hahodesh. 


25 


Ki Tabo. 














17 


Vayikrah. 




Sep. 


( Nitsabim. 




24 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole 


1 1 


J 




1 1 


1 


( Vayelech. 




Imperfect Common Year of 353 Days. 





1888-89. 



TABLE 1. 



5649. 



fciept. 

6 1 

9 

15 

20 21 

26 

27 

28 

Oct. 

6 6 

Novem. 

4 5 

29 

Decern. 

4 5 
4 

14 

1889. 

Jan. 

3 

17 

Feb. 

1 2 

15 16 
March. 

3 4 

14 

17 18 

April. 

2 

16 17 
22 23 

May. 

1 2 

15 

19 

31 

June. 

5 6 
29 30 

July. 

16 

29 

August 

6 

12 

27 28 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first clays. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 

Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Hanucah 1st day. 

Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 
Barech Alenu. 

Fast of Tebet. 



Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Sbanah Leaylanot. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 
Furim Katan. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 
Fast of Esther. 
Purira. 

Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 

Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee, 

Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 

Shebuafc. 
Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabcab. 
Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 

Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. ^ 

Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Friday, 

Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Thursday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 
Tuesday. 
Friday. 



Thursday. 
Thursday. 

Friday Saturday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 

Thursday. O 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 
Wednesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 



1888-89. 



TABLE 2. 



5649. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


aepti 




Mar. 






SHaazinoo. 


Sab.Teshubah 


23 


Sheminee. 


P. Parah. 


15 




Kipoor. 


30 


Tazriang. 


P. Hahodesh. 


22 




Sucot 3rd day. 


Apr. 






28lEIaberahah. 


Simhat Torah 


6 


Metsorang. 




1 


Friday. 


13 


Ahare Mot. 


S. Hagadole. 


29|Beresheet. 




20 




Pesah 6th d. 


Oct. 






27 


Kedoshim. 




6 


Noah. 


Rosh Hodesh 


May. 






13 Lech Lechah. 




4 


Emor. 




20,Vayerab. 




11 


Behar. 




27|Haye Sarah. 




18 


Behukotai. 




Nov. 






25 


Bamidbar. 




3 


Toledot. 


Maha. Hodesh 


June 






10 


Vayetseh. 




1 


Nasso. 




17 


Vayishlach. 




8 


Behangaloteha 




24 


Vayesheb. 




15 


Shelach Lecha. 




Dec. 






22 


Korach. 




liMikets. 


Hanucah 3 d. 






( R. Hodesh. 


8 


Vayigash. 




29 


Hukat. 


J 


15 


Vaichi. 








( M. Hodesh. 


22 


Shemot 




July 






29 


Vaerah. 




6 


Balak. 




1889 






13 


Fin'has. 




Jan. 






20 


Matot. 


Haph. Dibreh 


6 


Bo. 




27 


Masay. 


" Shimoo. 


12 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


Aug. 






19Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


3 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


26'Mishpatim. 




10 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo, 


Feb.| 




17 


Ekeb. 




2Terumah. 


R. Hodesh. j 24 


Reay. 




9(Tetsaveh. 


i 


31 


Shophetim. 




leiKi Tissah. 




Sep. 






23 


Vayakhel. 




7 Ki Tetseh. 
14 Ki Tabo. 




Mar. 




^P. Shekalim 


( Nitsabim. 




2 


Pekudeh. 


( M. Hodesh. 


21 


( Vayelech. 




9 


Vayikrah. 










16 

1 


Tsav. 


P. Zachor. 









Perfect Bissextile Year of 385 Days. 



1889-90. 



TABLE 1. 



5650. 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor, 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucahlst day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 



I Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days, 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamoo?. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
'Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 



Thursday Friday. 
Sunday, jjc 

Saturday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Friday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 

Wednesday. 
Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 



Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Sunday. 
Thursday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 

Sunday, ^^c 
Friday. 
Sunday. ^ 
Friday. 
Saturday Sunday. 



1889-90. 


TABLE 2. 


5650. 


1. 

iSept 


2 


8. 


1. 


2. 


3. 






Apr. 






28 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


5 




Pesah 1st d. 


Oct. 






12| 


" . 8th „ 


5 




Kipoor 


19|Sheminee. 


M. Hodesh. 


12 




Sucot 3rd day. 


1 ( Tazriang. 




18 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 


26^ 








Friday. 




( Metsorang. 




19 


Beresheet. 










26 


Noah. 


Rosh Hodesh. 


May 


( Ahar6 Mot. 




Nov. 






M 




2 


Lech Lechah, 




( Kedoshim. 




9 


Vayerah. 




lOEmor. 




16 


Haye Sarah. 






Behar. 




23 


Toledot. 


Mah. Hodesh. 


17 


J 




30 


Vayetseh. 






Behukotai. 




Dec. 






24 B'ainidbar. 




1 


Vayishlach. 




31|Nasso. 




14 


Vayesheb. 




June] 




21 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 4 d. 


7 Behangaloteha. 




28 


Vayigash. 




14Sheiach Lecha. 




1890 






21Korach. 




Jan. 






28 Hukat. 




4 


Vaichi. 




July 




11 


Shemot. 




5 Balak. 




18 


Vaerah. 




12 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


25 


Bo. 






C Matot. ) 




Feb. 






19 


< r 


" Shimoo. 


1 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Masay ) 




8 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


26 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


15 


Mishpatim. 


P. Shekalim 


Aug. 






22 


Terumah. 




2 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


Mar 






9 


Ekeb. 




1 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 






C R. Hodesh. 


8 


Ki Tissah. 
( Vayakhel. 




16 


Reay. 


I M. Hodesh 


15 


J 


P. Parah. 


23 


Shophetira. 




1 


1 Pekudeh. 


(P.Haodesh. 


30 
{ Sep. 


Ki Tetseh. 




22 


Yayikrah. 


\ 


6 


Ki Tabo. 






1 


( R. Hodesh 


n 


Nitsabim. 




22 


Tsav. 


,S. Hagadole. 









Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 



1890-91. 



TABLE 1. 



5651. 



1. 

Sept. 

15 IG 

17 

24 

29 30 

Oct. 5 

G 

7 

U 15 

Nov. 

13 

Dec. 5 

7 

12 

21 

1891. 

Jan. 10 

2d 

Feb. 

8 9 

22 23 
]\larcli. 

10 11 

23 

24 25 

Apr. 9 

23 24 
29 30 

May. 
8 9 
22 
26 
June. 7 
12 13 
Julv. 
g" 7 
23 
Aug. 5 
13 
19 
Sept. 
8 4 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Si 111 hat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 
Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st day. 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 

Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon 
Purim Katan. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 

Fast of Esther. 

Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last *' 

Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 

Lag Laoiiier. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan, 

Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday, 

Thursday. 

Friday. 

Sunday. 

Friday 

Sunday. 

Saturday. 
Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday. 
Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

Friday Saturday. 

Friday. 

Tuesday. 

Sunday. 
Friday Saturday, 

Monday Tuesday. 
Thursday. 
Wednesday. 
Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 



1890-91. TABLE 2. 


5651. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Sept. 




V 

1 


Apr. 






20 


Vayelech. 


S. Teshubah. i 


4 


Sheminee. 


P.Hahodesh 


27 


Haazinoo. 




11 


Tazriang. 




Oct. 






18 


Metsorang. 


S.Hagadole 


4 




Sucot 6th day 


25 




Pesah 3rd d. 


1 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 


May 










Tuesday. 


2 


Ahar6 Mot. 




11 


Beresheet. 




9 


Kedoshim. 


R. Hodesh. 


18 


Noah. 




16 


Emor. 




26 


Lech Lechah 




23 


Behar. 




Nov. 






30 


Behukotai. 




1 


Vayerah. 




June 






8 


Haye Sarah. 




6 


Bamidbar. 


M. Hodesh. 


15 


Toledot. 




13 




Shebuot 2 d. 


22 


Vayetseh. 




20 


Nasso. 




29 


Vayishlach. 




27 


Behangaloteha 




Dec. 






July 






6 


Vayesheb. 




4 


Shelach Lecha 




13 


Mikets. 


Hanucah 7 d. j 


11 


Korach. 




20 


Vayigash. 






( Hukat. 




27 


Vaichj. 




18 


•^ 




1891. 








( Balak. 




Jan. 






25 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


S 


Shemot. 










10 


Va6rah. 


R. Hodesh. 


Aug. 


( Matot 




17 


Bo. 




I 1 


] 


" Shimoo. 


24 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Masay. 




31 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


8 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


Feb. 


1 1 


15 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


7 


Mishpatim. 


M. Hodesh. 


22 


Ekeb. 




14 


Terumah. 




j 29 


Reay. 




21 


Tetsaveh. 




(Sep. 






28 


Ki Tissah. 




5 


Shophetim. 




March. 






1 12 


Ki Tetseh. 




7 


Vayakhel. 


P.Shekalim 


i 19 


Ki Tabo. 




14 


Pekudeh. 




1 
1 


( Nitsabim. 




21 


Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 


26 


1 , . 




28 


Tsav. 


P. Parah. 




( Vayelech. 





Imperfect Bissextile Year of 383 Daya. 



g2 



1891-92. 



TABLE 1. 



5652. 



1. 

Oct 
3 4 
5 
12 

17 18 
2;-; 
24 
25 

Nov. 

1 2 
Dec. 
1 2 
6 
26 
31 
1892 B. 
Jan. 1 
10 
30 
Feb. 
13 
28 29 
Mar. 
10 
13 14 
29 
April. 
12 13 

18 19 
27 28 

May 

n 

15 

27 

June. 

1 2 

25 26 

July. 

12 

25 

August. 

o 

8 
23 24 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyali. 
Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 

Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 
Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st daj . 

V Rosh Hodesh Tebet 

Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 

Shebuot. 
Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 

Tishabeab. 
Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh ElooL 



3. 

Saturday Sunday. 

Monday. 

Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Friday. 

Saturday. 

Sunday. 

Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday "Wednesday. 
Sunday. 
Saturday, 

Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. 
Saturday. 

Saturday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Thursday. O 
Sunday Monday. 
Tuesday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 

"Wednesday. 

Sunday. 

Friday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 
Saturday Sunday 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 



1891-92. TABLE 2. 


5652. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 

Apr. 


2. 


3. 


Oct. 










3 




R. Shanahld. 


16 




Pesah 5 day 


10 


Haazinoo. 


Sab. Teshubah 


23 


Sheminee. 


• 


17 




Sucot 1st day. 




( Tazriang. 




24 




Shemi. Aseret. 


30 


. 




25 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah. 
Sunday. 




jMetsorang. 




31 


Beresheet. 


M. Hodesh. 


May. 


( Ahare Mot, 




Nov. 






7 


. 




7 


Noah. 






KedoshiEQ. 




14 


Lech Lecha. 




14 


'. 5mor. 




21 


Vayerah. 






( Behar. 




28 


Haye Sarah 




21 


] 




Dec. 








/ Behukotai 




5 


Toledot. 




28 Bamidbar. 




12 


Vayetseh. 




June 




19 


Vayishlach. 




4 Nasso. 




26 


Vayesheb. 


Hanucah Istd 


11 


Behangaloteha 




1892 B. 






18 


Shelach Lecha 


i 


Jan. 

2 


Mikets, 


8th" 


25 


Korach. 


f B. Hodesh 
(m. Hodesh 


9 


Vayigash. 








16 


Vaichi. 




July 






23 


Shemot. 




2 


Hukat. 




30 


Vaerab. 


R. Hodesh. 


9 Balak. 




Feb. 






16j Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


6 


Bo. 






( Matot. 




13 


j Besbalach. 


Moses' Song. 


23 


\ 


" Shimoo 


20 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 




( Masay. 








C P. ShekaUm 


30 


Debarim. 


*• Hazon.' 


27 


Mishpatim 


] 


Aug. 










(M. Hodesh. 


6 


Yaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


March. 


i 




13 


Ekeb. 




5 


Terumah. 




20 


Reay. 




12 


jTetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


27 


Shophetim. 




19 


Ki Tissah. 


P, Parah. 


Sept 


X 






rVayakhel) 




3 


Ki Tetseh. 




26 


(Pekudeh ) 


P. Hahodesh. 


10 


Ki Tabo. 










( Kitsabim. 




Apr. 






17 


5 




2 


Yayikrah. 






C Yayelech. 




9 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 








Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 


- 



1892-! 


93. TABLE 1. 


5653. 


1. 

Sept. 
22 23 


2. 
Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


3. 

Thursday Friday. 




25 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Sunday. 


* 


Oct. 








1 


Kipoor. 


Saturday. 




6 1 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 




12 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Wednesday. 




13 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 




14 


Simhat Torah. 


Friday. 




21 22 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Friday Saturday. 




Novem. 








20 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Sunday. 




Decern. 








4 


Barech Alenu. 


Sunday. 




14 


Hanueah 1st day. 


Wednesday. 




19 20 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Monday Tuesday. 




29 


Fast of Tebet. 


Thursday. 




1893. 








Jan. 








18 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Wednesday.. 




Feb. 








1 


Rosh Sbanah Leaylanot. 


Wednesday. 




16 17 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Thursday Friday. 




March. 








1 


Fast of Esther. 


Wednesday. 




2 3 


Purim. 


Thursday Friday. 




18 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Saturday. 




April. 
1 2 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 




7 8 


2 last " 


Friday Saturday. 




16 17 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Sunday Monday. 




30 

May. 
4 


Pesah Shenee. 


Sunday. 




Lag Laomer. 


Thursday. 




16 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Tuesday. 




21 22 


Shebuot. 


Sunday Monday. 




June. 








14 15 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Wednesday Thursday. j 


July. 








2 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. 


* 


14 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Friday. 




23 


Tishabeab. 


Sunday. 


* 


28 

A i. 


Tubeab. 


Friday. 




August. 
12 13 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Saturday Sunday. 





1892-93. 



TABLE 2. 



5653. 



Sept. 
Oct. 



24 



2. 



Haazinoo. 



Nov. 



14 iHaberahah. 

15 jBeresheet. 
22 JN"oah. 
29 Lech Lecha 



5 
12 
19 
26 



Dec. 



\"ayerah. 
Hay6 Sarah 
Toiedot. 
Vayetseh. 



3 Vayishlach, 
10 Vayesheb. 
17 JMikets. 
24 jVayigash. 
31 iVaichi. 
1893. 
Jan. 

7 Shemot. 
14 Vaerah. 



21 Bo. 



28 
Feb. 
4 
11 

18 

25 

March. 

4 

11 



18 
25 



Beshalach. 

Yitro. 
Mishpatim. 
Teruraah. 
Tetsaveh. 

Ki Tissah. 
(Vayakhel) 

^PekudehJ 
Vayikrah. 
Tsav, 



Sab. Teshubah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 3rd day. 
Simhat Torah 
Friday. 

Rosh Hodesh. 



Mahar Hodesh 



Hanucah 4th d. 



1. 

Apr. 
1 

8 
15 

22 



2. 



Moses' Song. 

10 Commdmts, 
P. Shekalim. 

P. Zachor. 



P. Paiah. 

P. Hahodesh, 

R. Hodesh. 
S. Hagadole. 



29 

May 

I ^ 

I 13 

I 
1 

I 20 

I 27 

June 

3 

10 

17 

24 

July 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Aug. 

5 



Sheminee. 

JTazriang. 
^ Metsorang. 
( Ahare Mot. 

( Kedoshim. 

Emor. 
Behar. 

Behukotai. 
Bamidbar. 
JSTasso. 

Behangaloteha 
Shelach Lecha 
Korach. 
Hukat. I 

Balak. 
Pin'has. 
C Matot. 

( ]Ma9ay. 
Debarim. 
V^aethanan. 



3. 

Pesah. 1 d. 

.. 8 " 

M. Hodesh. 



Ekeb. 

12lReay 

19|Shophetim. 
26 Ki Tetseh. 
Sept 

2|Ki Tabo. 
9!Nitsabim. 



Haph.Dibreh 
" Shimoo. 

" Hazou. 
*• Nahamoo 



r 

(M. 



Hodesh. 
Hodesh. 



Ordinary Common Year of 354 Days. 



1893-94. 



TABLE 1. 



5654. 



1. 

ScDt. 

li 12 

13 

20 

25 26 

Oct. 1 

2 

3 

10 11 

Novem. 

9 10 

Decern. 

4 

9 10 

19 

1894. 

Jan. 8 

22 

Feb. 

6 1 

20 21 
March. 

8 9 
21 
22 23 
April. 

21 22 
27 28 

May. 

6 7 

20 

24 

June. 5 

10 11 

July. 

4 5 

22 

August 

3 

12 

17 

Sept. 

1 2 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 

Hoshaaoah Rabah. 

Sheminee Aseret. 

Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Hanucah 1st day. Barech Alenu 

Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 
Fast of Tebet. 

Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shan ah Leaylanol. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 
Purim Katan. 

Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 
Fast of Esther. 
Puiim. 

Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
« 2 last " 

Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 

Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 

Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 
Fast of Tamooz. 

Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tisliabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 

Monday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Tuesday. 

Monday. 
Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday. 
Thursday Friday. 

Saturday. 
Saturday Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 

Sunday. 

Thursday. 

Tuesday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 
Sunday, jjc 

Friday. 
Sunday, jjc 
Friday. 

Saturday Sunday. 



1893-94. 



TABLE 2. 



5654. 



1. 



2. 



Sept! 

16 Vayelech. 

23Haazinoo. 

30| 
Oct. I 

SjHaberahah. 

'ZiBeresheet. 
14Noah. 
2i;Lech Lechah. 
28 Vayerah 
Nov.! 

4 Have Sarah. 
llToledot. 
18 Vayetseh. 
25;Vayislilach. 
Dec. I 

2|Vayesheb. 

QjMikets. 

16 Vayigash. 

23jVaichi. 

30 Shemot. 
18941 
Jan. 

e'Vaerah. 

13 Bo. 

20iBeshalach. 



27 

Feb. 

3 

10 

17 

24 

Mar. 

3 

10 

17 

24 



Yitro. 

Mishpatim. 
Terumah. 
Tetsaveh. 
Ki Tissah. 

Vayakhel. 
Pekudeh. 
Vayikrah. 
Tsav. 



S. Teshubab. 

Sucot 6th day, 

Simhat Torah 
Tuesday. 



I. 

Mar. 
31 

Apr. 



Hanucah 6.d 
R. Hodesh. 
M. Hodesh, 



Moses' Song. 
10 Commdts. 



14 
21 
28 
May. 
5 

12 

19 

26 

June 

2 

9 

16 

28 

30 

July 

7 

14 

21 

28 



2. 

Sheminee. 

Tazriang. 
Metsorang. 



P. Parah. 






Hahod. 



P. Shekalim 
P. Zachor. 



Ahare Mot. 

Kedoshim. j 

Emor. I 

Behar. \ 

BehukotaL I 
Bamidbar. 
Nasso. 

Behangaloteha. 
Shelach Lecha. 

Koracb. 
Hukat 
Balak. 
Pin'has, 



Hodesh. 
S. Hagadole. 
Pesah 1 day 

I " 8 " 

IM. HodesL 



Aug. 
4 



11 



C Matot. 

( Masay. 
Debarim. 
ISJVaethanan. 
25 Ekeb. 
Sept 

Reay. 



15 
22 

29 



Shophetim. 
Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 
Nitsabim. 



Haph. Dibreh. 
" Shimoo. 

" Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 

iR.HodesL 
M.Hodesh 



Perfect Bissextile Year of 385 Days. 



1894-95. 


TABLE 1. 


5655. 


h 

Oct, 


2. 


3. 


1 2 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Monday Tuesday. 


3 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Wednesday. 


10 


Kipoor. 


Wednesday. 


15 16 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Monday Tuesday. 


21 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Sunday. 


22 


Sherainee Aseret. 


Monday. 


23 


Simhat Torab. 


Tuesday. 


30 31 


Rosh Hodesb Heshvan. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Nov. 






29 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Thursday. 


Dec. 






4 


Barech Alenu. 


Tuesday. 


23 


Hanucah 1st day. 


Sunday. 


28 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet 


Friday. 


1895 






Jan. 






6 


Fast of Tebet. 


Sunday. 


26 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat 


Saturday. 


Feb. 






9 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Saturday. 


24 25 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Sunday Monday. 


Mar. 






7 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. O 


10 11 


Purim. 


Sunday Monday. 


26 
Apr. 
9 10 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Tuesday. 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


15 16 


" 2 last " 


Monday Tuesday. 


24 25 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


May. 






8 


Pesah Shenee. 


Wednesday. 


12 


Lag Laomer, 


Sunday. 


24 


Rosh Hodesh Si van. 


Friday. 


29 30 


Shebuot. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


June. 






22 23 
July. 
9 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Saturday Sunday. 


Fast of Tamooz- 


Tuesday. 


22 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Monday. 


30 


Tishabeab. 


Tuesday. 


August. 






5 


Tubeab. 


Monday. 


20 21 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 



1894-95. TABLE 2. 


6653. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 
Apr. 


2. 


3. 


Oct. 










6 


Yayelech. 


Sab.Teshubah 


13 




Pesah 5 day 


13 


Haazinoo. 




20 


Sheminee. 




20 




Sucot 6th day. 




( Tazrianff. 




23 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Tuesday. 


27 


( Metsorang. 




21 


Beresheet. 










Nov. 






May 


( Ahare Mot. 




3 


Noah. 




4 


. 




10 


Lech Lecha. 






Kedoshim. 




11 


Vayerah. 




11 


Emor. 




24: 


Haye Sarah 






( Behar. 


1 


Dec. 






18 


] 




1 


Toledot. 






( Behukotai 




8 


Vayetseh. 




25 


Bamidbar. 




15 


Vayishlach. 




June 






22 


Vavesheb. 




1 


Nasso. 




29 


Mikets, 


Hanucah 7th d 


8 


Behangaloteha 




1895. 






15 


Shelach Lecha 




Jan. 












5 


Vayigash. 




22 


Korach. 


f R, Hodesh 
(m. Hodesh 


12 


Vaichi. 








19 


Shemot. 




29 


Hukat. 




26 


Vaerah, 


R. Eodesh. 


July 






Feb. 






6 


Balak. 




2 


Bo. 




13 


Pin'has, 


Ilaph. Dibreh 


9 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




C Matot. ) 




16 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 
C P. Shekalim 


20 


Masay. ) 


" Shimoo 


23 


Mishpatim 


CM. Hodesh. 


27 
Aug. 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


March. 






3 


Vaethanan, 


" Nahamoo. 


2 


Terumah. 




10 


Ekeb. 




9 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


17 


Eeay. 




16 


Ki Tissah. 


P, Parah. 


24 


Shophetim. 




23 


rVayakhel) 
(Pekudeh ) 


P. Hahodesh. 


31 

Sept 


Ki Tetseh. 








7 


Ki Tabo. 




30 


Vayikrah. 






f Nitsabim. 




Apr. 






14 


^ 




6 


T8av. 


S. Hagadole. 




C Vayelech. 




Imperfect Common Year of 363 Days. 





H 



1895-96. 



TABLE 1. 



6656. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


aept. 






19 20 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Thursday Friday, 


22 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Sunday. >|c 


28 


Kipoor. 


Saturday. 


Oct. 






S 4 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Tliursday Friday. 


9 


Hoshaanah Rabab. 


Wednesday. 


10 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 


11 


Simbat Torab. 


Friday. 


18 19 


Rosb Hodesb Hesbvan. 


Friday Saturday. 


Novem. 






17 18 


Rosb Hodesb Kislev. 


Sunday Monday. 


Decern. 






5 


Barecb Alenu. 


Thursday. 


12 


Hanucab 1st day. 


Thursday. 


1*7 18 


Rosb Hodesb Tebet. 


Tuesday Wednesday, 


27 


FastofTebet. 


Friday. 


1896. B, 






Jan. 






16 


Rosb Hodesb Sbebat, 


Tliursday. 


SO 


Rosb Shanab Leaylanot. 


Thursday. 


Feb. 






14 15 


Rosb Hodesb Adar. 


Friday Saturday. 


27 


Fast of Estber. 


Thursday. 


28 29 


Purim. 


Friday Saturday. 


March. 






15 


Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 


Sunday. 


29 30 
April. 
4 5 


Pesab 2 first days. 


Sunday Monday. 


« 2 last " 


Saturday Sunday. 


13 14 


Rosb Hodesb lyar. 


Monday Tuesday. 


27 


Pesab Sbenee. 


Monday. 


May. 






1 


Lag Laomer. 


Friday. 


13 


Rosb Hodesb Sivan. 


Wednesday. 


18 19 


Sbebuot. 


Monday Tuesday. 


June. 






11 12 


Rosb Hodesb Tamooz. 


Thursday Friday. 


28 
July. 
11 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. 


Rosb Hodesb Ab. 


Saturday. 


19 


Tisbabeab. 


Sunday. 


25 

August. 

9 10 


Tubeab. 


Saturday. 


Rosb Hodesb Eiool. 


Sunday Monday. 



1895-96. TABLE 2. 


5656. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 

Apr. 


2. 


3. 


Sept. 




1 






21 


Haazinoo. 


Sab. Teshubah. 


4 




Pesah. 1 d. 


28 




Kipoor. 


11 


Sheminee. 




Oct. 








C Tazriang. 




5 




Sucot 3rd day. 


18 


^ 




11 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Friday. 




( Metsorang. 
( Ahare Mot. 




12 


Beresheet. 




25 


] 




19 


Noah. 


Rosh Hodesh. 




( Kedoshim. 




26 


Leeh Lecha 


1 


May 






Nov. 




1 


2 


Emor. 




2 


Vayerah, 






( Behar. 




9 


Haye Sarah 




9 


< 




16 


Toledot. 


Mahar Hodesh, 




C Behukotai. 




23 


Vayetseh. 




16 


Bamidbar. 




30 


Vayishlacb. 




23 


Nasso. 




Dec. 






30 


Behangaloteha 




1 


Vayesheb. 




June 






U 


Mikets. 


HanucahSrdd. 1 


6 


Shelach Lecha 




21 


Vayigash. 




13 


Korach. 




28 


Vaichi. 




20 


Hukat, 




1896 B. 






27 


Balak. 




Jan. 






July 






4 


Shemot. 




4 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


11 


Vaerah. 






( JVIatot. 


" Shimoo. 


18 


Bo. 




11 


] 




25 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Masay. 


Rosh Hodesh. 


Feb. 






18 


Debarim. 


H. Hazou. 


1 


Yitro. 


10 Commdmts. 


25 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


8 


Mishpatim. 




Aug. 










C P. Shekalim. 


1 


Ekeb. 




15 


Terumab. 


/ 


8 


Reay. 


M. Hodesh. 






I R. Hodesh. 


15 


Shophetim. 




22 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


22 


Ki Tetseh. 




29 


Ki Tissah. 




29 


Ki Tabo. 




March. 






Sept 






1 


Vayakhel. 


P. Parah. 
rP.Hahodesh. 


S 


Nitsabim. 




U 


Pekudeh. 


( M. Hodesh. 








21 


Vayikrah. 










28 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 


1 






Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 


— . » ■ -^ 



1896-1 
1 


37. TABLE 1. 


5657. 


J.. 

Sept. 


^. 


O. 


8 9 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Tuesday "Wednesday. 


10 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Thursday. 


17 


Kipoor. 


Thursday. 


22 23 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


28 


Hoshaanah Rabab. 


Monday. 


29 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Tuesday. 


30 
Opt 


Simhat Torah. 


"Wednesday. 


7 8 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Nov. 






6 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Friday. 


30 


Hanucah I st day. 


Monday. 


Dec. 4 


Barech Alenu, 


Friday 


5 6 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Saturday Sunday. 


15 


Fast of Tebet. 


Tuesday. 


1897. 






Jan. 4 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Monday. 


18 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Monday. 


2 3 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon 


Tuesday "Wednesday. 


16 17 


Purim Katan. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


March. 






4 5 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 


Thursday Friday. 


17 


Fast of Esther. 


Wednesday. 


18 19 


Purim. 


Thursday Friday. 


Apr. 3 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Saturday. 


17 18 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


23 24 


" 2 last " 


Friday Saturday, 


May, 






2 3 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Sunday Monday. 


16 


Pesah Shenee. 


Sunday. 


20 


Lag Laomer. 


Thursday. 


June. 1 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Tuesday. 


6 7 


Shebuot. 


Sunday Monday. 


Jun. 30 
July. 1 


t Rosh Hodesh Tamoo2. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


18 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. Jjc 


30 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Friday. 


Aug. 8 


Tishabeab. 


Sunday, ^jc 


13 


Tubeab. 


Friday. 


28 29 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Saturday Sunday 







1896-97. 



TABLE 2. 



5657. 



1. 


2. 


8. 


1. 


2. 


8. 


Sept 






Mar. 






12 


Vayelech. 


S. Teshubah. 


27 


Sheniinee. 


P. Parah. 


19 


Haazinoo. 










26 




Sucot 5 th day. 


Apr. 




( P. Hahod. 


30 


Haberahah. 


Sinihat Torah 
^Wednesday. 


3 


Tazriang. 


1 R.Hodesh. 


Oct 






10 


Metsorang. 


S. Hagadole. 


3 


Beresheet. 




17 




Pesah 1 day 


10 


Noah. 




24 




" 8 " 


17 


Lech Lechah. 




May. 






24 


Vayerah. 




1 


Ahare Mot. 


M. Hodesh. 


31 


Haye Sarah. 




8 


Kedoshim. 




Nov. 






15 


Emor. 




7 


Toledot. 




22 


Behar. 




14 


Vayetseh. 




29 


Behukotai. 




21 


Vayishlach. 




lJune 






28 


Vayesheb. 




5 
12 


Bamidbar. 
Nasso. 




Dec. 




( Hanucah 6.d. 


19 


Behangaloteha. 




5 


Mikets. 


■j R. Hodesh. 
(M.Hodesh. 


26 
July 


Shelach Lecha. 




12 


Vayigash. 




3 


Korach. 




19 


Vaichi. 




10 


Hukat. 




26 


Shemot. 




17 


Balak. 




1897 






24 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh. 


Jan. 








( Matot. ) 




2 


Vaerah. 




31 


] [ 


" Shimoo. 


9 


Bo. 






{ Masay. ) 




16 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


'Aug. 






23 


Yitro, 


10 Comradts. 


7 


Debarim. 


« Hazon. 


30 


Mishpatim. 




14 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


Feb. 






21 


Ekeb. 




6 


Terumah. 








( R.Hodesh. 


13 


Tetsaveh. 




28 


Reay. 


. 


20 


Ki Tissah. 








( M.Hodesh 


27 


Vaya.khel. 


P. Shekaliin. 


Sept 






Mar. 






4 


Shophetim. 




6 


Pekudeh. 




11 


Ki Tetseh, 




13 


Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 


18 


Ki Tabo. 




20 


Tsav. 




25 


Nitsabim. 





Ordinary Bissextile Year of 384 Days. 



h2 



1897-98. 



TABLE 1. 



6658. 



1. 

Sept. 

27 28 

29 

Oct. 

6 

11 12 

17 

18 

19 

26 27 
Nov. 

25 26 
Dec. 
5 
20 
25 26 
1898. 
Jan. 4 
24 
Feb. 
7 
22 23 
Mar. 
7 
8 9 
24 
April. 
7 8 
13 14 
22 23 
May 
6 

10 
22 

27 28 
June. 

20 21 
July. 
7 

20 

28 

August, 

3 

18 19 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucah 1st daj . 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet 

Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim, 
Rosh Hodesh Kissan. 

Pesah 2^first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laomer. 
Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh HodeshAb. 
Tishabeab. 

Tubeab. 
Rosh Hodesh Elool 



3. 

Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 
. Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 

Sunday. 
Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Thursday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Friday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 

Thursday. 

Wednesday. 
iThnrsday Friday. 



1897-98. 



TABLE 2. 



5658. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


8. 


Oct. 






Apr. 






2 


Vayelech, 


Sab.Teshubah 


2 


Tsav. 


S. Hagadole. 


9 Haazinoo. 




9 




Pesah 3rd d. 


16 


Sucot 6th day. 


16 


Sheminee. 




19 Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 




( Tazriansr. 






Tuesday. 


23 


1 


R. Hodesh. 


23 Beresheet. 






( Metsorang 




30 


Noah. 






( Abare Mot. 




Nov. 






30 


) 




6 


Lech Lechah. 






( Kedoshim. 




IS 


Vayerah. 




May. 






20jHaye Sarah. 




7 


Emor. 




27 Toledot. 






( Behar. 




Dec. 




14 


] 




4 Vayetseh. 
11 Vayishlach. 






( Behukotai. 






21 


Bamidbar. 


M. Hodesb. 


18 


Vayesheb. 


( Hanuca 6 d 


28 
June 




Shebuot 2 d. 


25 


Mikets. 


4 R, Hodesh. 


4 


Nasso. 








1 Ma. Hodesh 


11 


Bebangaloteha 




1898 






18 


Shelach Lecha. 




Jan. 






25 


Korach. 




1 


Vayigash. 




July 


( Hukat. 




8 


Vaichi. 




2 


^ 




15 


Shemot. 






( Balak. 




22 Vaerah. 




9 


Pin'bas. 


Haph. Dibreh. 


29 


Bo. 






( Matot. ) 




Feb. 






16 


[ 


" Shimoo. 


5 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 




( Masay, ) 




12 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


23 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


19 


Mishpatim. 


P. Shekalim 


30 


Vaethanan. 


"■ Nahamoo. 


26 


Terumali. 




Aug. 






Mar, 






6 


Ekeb. 




5 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


13 


Reay. 




12 


Ki Tissah. 


P, Parah, 


20 


Shophetim. 






( Vayakhel. ) 




27 


Ki Tetseh. 




19 


i 


P. Hahodesh. 


Sep. 








(Pekudeh. ) 




3 


Ki Tabo. 




26 


Vayikrah. 




10 


f Nitsabim. 
( Vayelech. 





Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



1898-99. 



TABLE 1. 



5659. 



1. 

Sept. 
17 18 
19 
26 
Oct. 
1 2 
1 
8 
9 
16 11 
Nov. 

15 

Dec. 4 

9 

14 
23 
1899. 
Jan. 
12 
26 
Feb. 
10 11 
23 
24 25 
March. 
12 
26 27 
April. 
1 2 
10 11 
24 
28 
May. 
10 
15 16 
June. 
8 9 
25 
July 8 
16 
22 
Aug. 
6 7 



Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 
Kjpoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hosbaanah Rabab. 
Sbeminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosh Hodesb Hesbvan. 

Rosb Hodesb Kislev. 
Barecb Alenu. 

Hanucablst day. 

Rosb Hodesb Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 



Rosb Hodesb Sbebat. 

Rosb Sbanab Leaylanot. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar. 
Fast of Estber. 
Purim. 

Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 
Pesab 2 fii'st days. 

" ' 2 last " 
Rosb Hodesli lyar. 
Pesab Sbenee. 
Lag Laomer. 

Rosh Hodesb Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosb Hodesb Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz, 
Rosh Hodesb Ab. 

Tisbabeab. 

Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesb Elool. 



3. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Monday. 
Monday. 

Saturday Sunday. 

Friday. 

Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Friday. 

Wednesday. 

Friday. 



'J'bursday, 
Thursday, 

Friday Saturday. 

Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Monday. 

Friday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Thursday Friday. 
■ Sunday. 
Saturday. • 
Sunday. 
Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 



1898-99. TABLE 2. 


5659. 


1. 


2. 


8. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


Sept. 






Apr. 






11 




R. Shanah 1 d. 


1 




Pesah 7th d. 


24 


Haazinoo. 


S. Teshubah. 


8 


Sheminee. 




Oct. 1 




Sucot 1st day. 




( Tazriang. 
( Metsorang. 




8 




S. Aseret. 


15 




9 


Haberabah. 


Simhat Torah 










Sunday. 




( Ahar6 Mot. 




15 


Beresheet. 


M. Hodesh. 


22 


^ 




22 


Noah. 






( Kedoshun. 




29 


Lech Lechah 




29 


Emor. 




Nov. 






May 


C Behar. 




.5 


Vayerah. 




6 


^ 




12 


Haye Sarah. 






( Behukotai. 




19 


Toledot. 




13 


Bamidbar. 




26 


Vayetseh. 




20 


Nasso. 




Dec, 3 


Vayishlach. 




27 


Behangaloteha 




10 


Vayesheb. 


Hanucah 2 d. 


iJune 






17 


Mikets. 


! s 


Shelach Lecha 




24 


Vayigash, > 


10 


Korach. 




31 


Vaichi. 




17 


Hukat. 




1899. 






24 


Balak. 




Jan. 7 


Shemot. 




July 






14 


Va^rah. 


} 1 


Pin'has. 


Haph.Dibreh 


21 


Bo. 




C Matot, 


" Shimoo. 


28 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song, jj 8 


\ 




Feb. 4 


Titro. 


10 Commdts. j{ 


I Masay. 


R. Hodesh. 






(RShekalim 15 
( R. Hodesh. | 29 


Debarim. 


H. Hazon. 


11 


Mishpatim. 


Yaeihanan. 


" Nahamoo. 






Ekeb. 




18 


Terumah. 


P. Zachor. iAug. 






25 


Tetsaveh. 


r 5 


Reay. 


M. Hodesh, 


March. 




!l 12 


Shophetim. 




4 


Ki Tissah. 


p. Parah. li 19 


Ki Tetseh. 






( Vayakhel, 


P. Hahodesh.!! 26 


Ki Tabo. 




11 


] 


I Sep. 








( Pekudeh. 


M. Hodesh 


! 2 


Nitsabim. 




18 


Vayikrali. 










25 


Tsav. 


b. Hagadole 








Imperfect Common Year of 853 Days. 





1899-1901 


X TABLE 1. 


5660. 


J. 

Sep. 


2. 


3. 


5 6 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Tuesday "Wednesday. 


7 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Thursday. 


14 


Kipoor. 


Thursday. 


19 20 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


25 


Hoshaanah Rabah. 


Monday. 


26 


Sherainee Aseret. 


Tuesday. 


27 


Simhat Torah. 


Wednesday. 


4 5 
Nov. 
3 


Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Friday. 


27 
T)ao 


Hanucah 1st day. 


Monday. 


2 8 


Bosh Hodesh Tebet 


Saturday Sunday. 


6 


Barech Alenu. 


Tuesday. 


12 


Fast of Tebet. 


Tuesday. 


1900 C. Y. 






Jan. 1 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Monday. 


15 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Monday. 


30 31 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Rishon. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Feb. 






13 14 


Purim Katan. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


Mar. 






1 2 


Rosh Hodesh Adar Shenee. 


Thursday Friday. 


14 


Fast of Esther. 


Wednesday. 


15 16 


Purim. 


Thursday Friday. 


31 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Saturday. 


Apr. 






14 15 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Saturday Sunday. 


20 21 


" 2 last " 


Friday Saturday. 


29 30 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Sunday Monday. 


May. 






13 


Pesah Shenee. 


Sunday. 


17 


Lag Laomer, 


Thursday. 


29 


Rosh Hodesh Si van. 


Tuesday. 


June. 






3 4 


Shebuot. 


Sunday Monday. 


27 28 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Wednesday Thursday. 


July. 15 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. ^Jc 


27 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Friday. 


August 5 


Tishabeab. 


Sunday, sf: 


10 


Tubeab. 


Friday. 


25 26 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Saturday Sunday. 



1899-1900. 



TABLE 2. 



5660. 



1. 


2 


3. 


1. 1 2. 


3. 


Sept! 




Mar.l 




9|Vayelech. 


S. Teshubah. 


24Sheminee. 


P. Parah. 


16;Haazinoo. 








( P.Hahod. 


23| 


Sucot oth day. 


31 


Tazriang. 


• 


27 Haberahah. 


Simbat Torah 
Wednesday. 


Apr. 




( R. Hodesh 


SOBeresheet. 




7'Metsorang. 


S. Hagadole. 


Oet. 1 




U\ 


Pesah 1st d. 


7 


Noah. 




2l! 


8th „ 


14 


Lech Lechah. 




28:Ahare Mot. 


JNI. Hodesh. 


21 


Vayerah. 




May 




28 


Hay^ Sarah. 




5Kedoshim. 




Nov. 






12Emor. 




4 


Toledot. 




19,Behar. 




11 


Vayetseh. 




26 Behukotai. 




18 


Vayishlach. 




June 






25 


Vayesheb. 




2 Bamidbar. 
9:Nasso. 




Dec. 




( Hanuc. 6 d. 


16 Behangaloteha. 




2 


Mikets. 


] R. Hodesh. 
( M. Hodesh. 


23!Shelach Lecha. 
30 Korach. 




9 


Vayigash. 




July 






16 


Vaichi. 




7 


Hukat. 




23 


Shemot. 




14 


Balak. 




30 


Vaerah. 




21 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


1900C 








( Matot. ) 




Jan. 






28 


\ [ 


" Shimoo. 


6 


Bo. 






( Masay ) 




13 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


Aug. 






20 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


4 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


27 


Mishpatim. 




11 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


Feb. 






18 


Ekeb. 




8 


Terumah. 








( R. Hodesh. 


10 


Tetsaveh. 




25 


Reay. 


) 


17 


Ki Tissah. 








( M. Hodesh 


24 


Vayakhel. 


P.Shekalim 


Sep. 






Mar. 






1 


Shophetim. 




3 


Pekudeh. 




8 


Ki Tetseh. 




10 


Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 


15 


Ki Tabo. 




17 


Tsav. 




22 


Nitsabim. 





Ordinary Bissextile Year of 384 Days. 



1900-.01 



TABLE 1. 



5661. 



1. 

Sept. 
24 25 
26 
Oct. 

3 

8 9 

14 

15 

16 

23 24 
Novem. 

22 23 

Decern. 

6 

17 

22 23 

1901. 

Jan. 1 

21 

Feb. 

4 

19 20 

March. 

4 

5 6 

21 

April. 

4 5 

10 11 

19 20 

May. 

3 

7 

19 

24 25 
June. 

17 18 

July. 

4 

17 

25 

81 

August 

15 16 



2. 

Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 
Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 
Hoshaanah Rabah. 
Sheminee Aseret. 
Simhat Torah. 
Rosli Hodesh Heshvan. 

Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 

Barech Alenu. 
Hanucah 1st day, 
Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 
Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 

Rosh Shan ah Leaylanot. 
Rosh Hodesh Adar. 

Fast of Esther. 
Purim. 
Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 

Pesah 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 
Rosh Hodesh lyar. 

Pesah Shenee. 
Lag Laoraer. 
|Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 
Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 

Fast of Tamooz. 
Rosh Hodesh Ab. 
Tishabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosh Hodesh Elool. 



3. 

Monday Tuesday. 
Wednesday. 

Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Sunday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Thursday Frida3^ 

Wednesday. 
Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Tuesday. 
Monday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 

Monday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Thursday. 

Thursday Friday. 
Wednesday Thursday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Friday. 
Tuesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday Saturday. 

Monday Tuesday. 

Thursday, 
Wednesday. 
Thursday. 
Wednesday. 

Thursday Friday. 



1 " 

1900-01. TABLE 2. 5661. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 

Apr. 


2. 


3. 


Sept. 










29 


Vayelech. 


Sab. Teshubah 


6 




Pesah 3 day 


Oct. 






13 


Sheminee. 




6 


Haazinoo. 






Tazriang. 




13 




Sucot 6th day. 


20 


• 


R. Hodesh. 


16 


Haberahah. 


Simhat Torah 
Tuesday. 




( Metsorang. 
( Ahare Mot, 




20 


Beresheet. 




27 


] 




27 


Noah, 






( Kedoshim. 




Nov. 






May. 






3 


Lech Lecha. 




4 


Emor. 




10 


Vayerah. 






( Behar. 




17 


Haye Sarah 




11 


] 




24 


Toledot. 






( Behukotai 




Dec. 






18 


Bamidbar. 


M. Hodesh. 


1 


Vayetseh. 




25 




Shebuot 2 d. 


8 


Vayishlach. 




June 






15 


Vayesheb. 




1 


Nasso. 








( Hanuc. 6 d. 


8 


Behangaloteha 




22 


Mikets, 


•J R. Hodesh. 


15 


Shelach Lecha 








( M. Hodesh. 


22 


Korach. 




29 


Vayigash. 






( Hukat. 




1901. 






29 


\ 




Jan. 








( Balak. 




5 


Vaichi. 




July 






12 


Shemot. 




6 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh 


19 


Vaerah. 






C Matot. ) 




26 


Bo. 




13 


\ [ 


" Shimoo. 


Feb. 








( Masay. ) 




2 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


20 


Debarim. 


*• Hazon. 


9 


Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


27 


Vaethanan. 


" Nahamoo. 


16 


Mishpatim 


P. Shekalim. 


Aug. 






23 


Terumah. 




3 


Ekeb. 




March. 






10 


Eeay. 




2 


Tetsaveh. 


P. Zachor. 


17 


Shophetim. 




9 


Ki Tissah. 


P. Parah. 


24 


Ki Tetseh. 




16 


^Vayalchel) 
(Pekudeh ^ 


P.Hahodesh. 


31 


Ki Tabo. 








Sept 


C Nitsabim. 




1 23 


Vayikrah. 




7 


] , , 




30 


jTsav. 

1 


S. Hagadole. 




C Yayelech. 





Perfect Common Year of 355 Days. 



1901-02. 



TABLE 1. 



6662. 



Sept. 

14 15 

16 

23 

28 29 

Oct. 4 

6 

6 

13 14 

Novem. 

12 

Decern. 

5 

6 

11 

20 

1902. 

Jan. 9 

23 

Feb. 

7 8 

21 22 
March. 

9 10 

20 

23 24 

April. 

8 

22 23 
28 29 

May. 
1 8 
21 
25 
June. 6 
11 12 
July. 
5 6 
22 
August 
4 
12 
18 
Sept. 
2 8 



2. 

Tisbree Rosh Hasbanah. 

Fast of Guedalyah. 

Kipoor. 

Sucot 2 first days. 

Hosbaanah Rabah. 

Sbemiuee Aseret. 

Simbat Torab. 
Rosb Hodesb Hesbvan. 

Rosb Hodesb Kisley. 

Barech Alenu. 

Hanucab 1st daj. 
Rosb Hodesb Tebet. 

Fast of Tebet. 

Rosb Hodesb Sbebat. 

Rosb Sbanab Leaylanot. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar Risbon. 
Purim Katan. 

Rosb Hodesb Adar Sbenee. 
Fast of Esther. 
Puiitn. 

Rosb Hodesb Nissan. 

Pesab 2 first days. 
" 2 last " 

Rosb Hodesb lyar. 

Pesab Sbenee. 

Lag Laomer. 
Rosb Hodesb Sivan. 

Shebuot. 

Rosh Hodesb Tamooz. 
Fast of Tamooz. 

Rosb Hodesb Ab. 
Tisbabeab. 
Tubeab. 

Rosb Hodesb Elool. 



Saturday Sunday. 

Monday. 

Monday. 
Saturday Sunday. 

Friday. 

Saturday. 

Sunday. 
Sunday Monday. 

Tuesday. 

Thursday. 
Friday, 
Wednesday. 
Friday. 

Thursday, 
Thursday. 

Friday Saturday, 
Friday Saturday. 

Sunday Monday. 

Thursday. Q 
Sunday Monday, 

Tuesday. 
Tuesday Wednesday. 
Monday Tuesday. 

Wednesday Thursday 
Wednesday. 
Sunday. 
Friday. 

Wednesday Thursday. 

Saturday Sunday. 
Tuesday. 

Monday, 

Tuesday. 

Monday. 

Tuesday Wednesday 



1901-02. 


TABLE 2. 


5662 


1. 


2. 


3. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


tSep. 






Apr. 






14 




R. Shanah 1 d. 


5 


Sheminee. 


P. Hahodesh. 


21 


Haazinoo. 


Sab.Teshubah 


12 


Tazriang. 




28 




Sucot 1st day. 


19 


Metsorang. 


S. Haj2:adole. 


Oct. 






26 




Pesah"5th d. 


6 




S. Aseret. 


May. 






6 


Haberahah. 


Sirahat Torah 


3 


Ahar6 Mot. 








Sunday. 


10 


Kedosliim. 




12 


Beresheet. 


Ma. Hodesh. 


17 


Eraor. 




19 Noah. 




24 


Behar. 




26! Lech Lechah. 




31 


Behukotai. 




Nov. 




June 






2 Ynyerah. 


' 


7 


Bamidbar. 




9 


Haye Sarah. 




14 


Nasso. 




16 


Toledot. 




21 


Behangalotelia 




23 


Vayetseh. 




28 


Shelach Lecha. 




30 


Vayishlach. 










Dec. 






July 




( R. Hodesh. 


T 


Vayesheb. 


Hanucah 2 d. 


5 


Korach. 


] 


l4'Mikets. 


1 






( M. Hodesh. 


21 Vayigash. 




12 


Hukat. 


V 


28 Vaichi. 




19 


Balak. 




1902 






26 


Pin'has. 


Haph. Dibreh. 


Jan. 












4 


Shemot. 




Aug. 


( Matot. ) 




11 


Vaerah. 




2 


] [ 


" Shimoo. 


18 


Bo. 






( Masay. ) 




25 


Beshalach. 


Moses' Song. 


9 


Debarim. 


" Hazon. 


Feb. 




16 


Vaethanan. 


"■ Nahamoo. 


1 Yitro. 


10 Commdts. 


28 


Ekeb. 




SMishpatim. 


R. Hodesh. 


30 


Reay. 


■ 


15 Terumah. 




Sep. 






22 Tetsaveh. 




6 


Shophetim. 




Mar. 


1 


13 


Ki Tetseh. 




IjEi Tissah. 


P. Shekalim 


20 


Ki Tabo. 
( Nitsabim. 




8 Yayakhel. 


( M. Hodesh. 


27 


( Yayelech. 




1 5 Pekudeh. 










22 Vayikrah. 


P. Zachor. 








29 Tsav. 


P. Parah, 








Im 


3erfect Bissexti 


le Year of 883 Days 


• 



1902-03. 



TABLE 1. 



5663. 



1. 


2. 


> 

3. 


Oct. 






2 3 


Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 


Thursday Friday. 


5 


Fast of Guedalyah. 


Sunday. 5jc 
Saturday. 


11 


Kipoor. 


16 11 


Sucot 2 first days. 


Thursday Friday. 


22 


Hosbaanah Rabah. 


Wednesday. 


23 


Sheminee Aseret. 


Thursday. 


24 


Simhat Torah. 


Friday. 


Oct. 31 
Nov. 1 


- Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 


Friday Saturday. 


30 
Dec. 1 


• Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 


Sunday Monday. 


5 


Barech Alenu. 


Friday. 


25 


Hanucahlst day. 


Thursday. 


30 31 
1903 


Rosh Hodesh Tebet. 


Tuesday Wednesday. 


X t/\Jt/m 

Jan. 






9 


Fast of Tebet. 


Friday. 


29 


Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 


Thursday. 


Feb. 






12 


Rosh Shanah Leaylanot. 


Thursday. 


27 28 


Rosh Hodesh Adar. 


Friday Saturday. 


March. 






12 


Fast of Esther. 


Thursday. 


13 14 


Purim. 


Friday Saturday. 


29 


Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 


Sunday. 


April. 






12 13 


Pesah 2 first days. 


Sunday Monday. 


18 19 


" 2 last " 


Saturday Sunday, 


21 28 
May. 
11 


Rosh Hodesh lyar. 


Monday Tuesday. 


Pesah Shenee. 


Monday. 


15 


Lag Laomer. 


Friday. 


27 


Rosh Hodesh Sivan. 


Wednesday. 


June. 






1 2 


Shebuot. 


Monday Tuesday. 


25 26 


Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 


Thursday Friday. 


July 






12 


Fast of Tamooz. 


Sunday. 


25 


Rosh Hodesh Ab. 


Saturday. 


Aug. 2 


Tishabeab. 


Sunday. 


8 


Tubeab. 


Saturday. 


23 24 


Rosh Hodesh Elool. 


Sunday Monday. 



1902-1903. 



TABLE 2. 



5663. 



1. 

Oct 

4 

11 

18 

24 



Haazinoo. 



Haberahah. 



vi) Beresheet. 
Nov. 

1 Noah. 
Lech Lechah. 
Vayerah, 
Haye Sarah. 
Toledot. 



15 

22 

29 

Dec 

6 

IS 

20 

27 

190o 

Jan. 

8 

10 

17 

24 

31 

Feb. 

7 

14 

21 



Vajetseh. 

Vayishlach. 

Vayesheb. 

Mikets. 



Yayigash. 

Vaichi. 

Shemot. 

Vaerah. 

Bo. 

Beshalach. 

ritro. 

Alishpatim. 



28jTeruinah. 
Mar. I 

7 Tetsaveli. 
14 Ki Tissab. 
21jVayakhel. 

28!Pekudeh. 
Apr. 

4 Vayikrah. 
lllTsav. 



S. Teshubah. 
Kipoor. 
Sucot 3rd day. 
Simhat Torah 
Friday. 



R . Hodesh. 



M. Hodesh. 



Hanucah 3 d. 



?s loses' Song. 
10 Commdts. 

C P. Shekalim 

I R. Hodesh. 
P. Zachor. 

P. Parah. 
P.Hahodesh 

M. Hodesh. 

S. Hagadole 



1. 



2. 



Apr.: 

18! 

25 Sbeminee. 

Mayj ( Tazriang. 

( Metsorang. 
( Ahare Mot. 

( Kedoshim. 
16 Emor. 
( Behar. 

( Behukotai. 
SOBamidbar. 
June 

GiN'asso. 
1 3 Bebangaloteha 
20 Shelach Lecha 



27 

July 

4 

11 

18 

25 

Aug. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Sep. 

5 

12 

19 



Korach. 

Hukat. 
Balak. 
Pin'has. 
C Matot. 

( Masay 

Debarim. 

Vaetbanan. 

Ekeb. 

Reay. 

Shophetira. 

Ki Tetseh. 
Ki Tabo. 
Nitsabim. 



Pesah 7th d. 



Haph. Dibreh 
" Shimoo. 

R. Hodesh. 

Haph. Hazon. 
" Nahamoo. 

M. Hodesh 



Perfect Common Tear of 355 Days. 



i2 



TABLES 

FOB, THE 

CONTINUATION OF THE JEWISH CALENDAR 

TO 

THE YEAR 5776. 

BEING A PERIOD OF BIX LUNAR CYCLES, CONTAINING ONE HUNDRED 
AND FOURTEEN TEARS. 



EXPLANATION. 

The Index Table contains six columns. The 1 st Column shows the number 
of the year in the Lunar Cycle; the 2nd, the number of years since the 
Creation of the World; the 3rd, the nature of the year, Mhether Common, 
Bissextile, Perfect, Imperfect or Ordinary ; the 4th, shows the Table of the 
New Moons, Festivals and Fasts to be consulted; the 5th, points to the par- 
ticular column in the Table thus indicated, to find the days of the New 
Moons, Festivals and Fasts for any given year :'(At the foot of this column 
will be found directions for reading certain Parashiot for that year) ; the 
6th, exhibits the particular column in the 2nd Section, whereby the English 
dates of the New Moons, Festivals and Fasts for any given year, may be 
ascertained, as also the number to be added to the dates therein indicated. 

Table 1st, for Common Years, is divided into Two Sections. 

Section 1st, shows the order of the New Moons, Festivals and Fasts, with 
the days on which they happen, arranged in seven columns ior the seven dif- 
ferent kinds of Common Years of 12 months. At the foot of these columns 
will be found the directions for reading certain Parashiot separately ; also the 
proper Sabbaths for reading the Parashiot of Shekalim, Zachor, Parah and 
Hahodesh. Section 2nd, contains a series of English dates (of the Solar 
Months) arranged in six columns, to which must be added the number shown 
in the 6th column of the Index. 

Table 2nd, for Bissextile Years is divided into Two Sections. 

Section 1st, shows the order of the New Moons, Festivals and Fasts, with 
the days on wnich they happen, arranged in seven columns for the seven differ- 
ent kinds of Bissextile Years of 13 months. At the foot of these columns will 
be found the directions for reading certain Parashiot jointly ; also the proper 
Sabbaths for reading the Parashiot of Shekalim, Zachor, Parah and Hahodesh. 
Section 2nd, contains a series of English dates (of the Solar Months) arranged 
in six columns, to which must be added, the number shown in the 6th column 
of the Index. 

EXAMPLE. 

If it be desired to know the days of the week and the English dates for the 
two first days of Pesach in 5663, turn to the Index Table, where 5663 is 
shown to be a Perfect Common Year (of 355 days,) on a line with which will be 
found, Table I. V. A. add 21. Table 1 refers to the Table for Common Years 
of 12 months, 5663 being a Common Year. V indicates the particular column, 
in that Table, to be sought, in which, on a line with Pesach, will be found Sun- 
day and Monday. Pesach therefore in 5663 will be on Sunday and Monday. 
A refers to the'Column thus marked in Section 2nd, of the same Table, con- 
taining a series of English dates, where, to- those dates on a line with Pesach 
must be added 21, as directed in the Index. Thus, the dates found on a line 
with Pesach in the column marked A, are March 22 and 23. By adding 21 they 
would be March 43 and 44. March having only 31 days the remainder shows 
them to be April 12 and 13. 

In the same manner the date of any other Festival, &c., may be ascertained; 
always remembering to add the number in the Index to that stated in the 
Table. When the number thus added exceeds the number of days in any given 
month, the excess is to be taken for the date in the following month. 

Note.— This mark Sun* shows the Fast to have happened on the preceeding Sabbath and its observance is deferr- 
«d to tlie Sunday folIo\viiig, in wliich case one day is to be added to the English date, indicated in the Table. 

This mark Thut 0, show.'i that the Fast of Esther would happen on the ensuing Sabbath, but it is to be anticipated 
uR the Thnrsday preceeding. Two days must therefor* be deducted from the English dates indicated in the Table. 



INDEX TABLE. 



Year 
of the 
Cycle 



299 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
800 
1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
f> 

8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



Year 

since 

Creation 



Nature of 
Year. 



th Cycle. 

5663.* Perfect Common 

5664. Ordinary Common 

5665. Perfect Bissextile 

5666. Perfect Common. 

5667. Ordinary Common 

5668. Imperf. Bissextile. 

5669. Perfect Common. 

5670. Imperf. Bissextile. 

5671. Ordinary Common. 

5672. Perfect Common 

5673. Perfect Bissextile. 

5674. Ordinary Common. 

5675. Imperf. Common. 
6676. Perfect Bissextile. 

5677. Ordinary Common. 

5678. Perfect Common. 

5679. Imperf. Bissextile. 

5680. Ordinary Common. 

5681. Perfect Bissextile, 
th Cycle. 

5682. Perfect Common. 

5683. Imperf. Common. 

5684. OrdinaryBissextile. 

5685. Perfect Common. 

5686. Perfect Common. 

5687. Imperf. Bissextile. 

5688. Ordinary Common. 
5689- Perfect Bissextile. 

5690. Imperf. Commun. 

5691. Ordinary Common. 

5692. Perfect Bissextile. 

5693. Perfect Common. 

5694. Ordinary Common. 

5695. jimperf. Bissextile. 

5696. Perfect Common. 

5697. jOrdinary Common. 

5698. {Perfect Bissextile. 

5699. !lmperf. Common. 

5700. [Perfect Bissextile. 



Table 

to be 

Consulted 



Table 1 

'' 1 

" 2 

" 1 

" 1 

" 2 

" 1 

" 2 

" 1 

•' 1 

" 2 

" 1 

" 1 

" 2 

" 1 

" 1 

" 2 

'• 1 

" 2 

Table 1 
1 
2 

1 

1 

2 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

] 

2 



Column 

to be 
Consulted 



V 

III 

XIV 

711 

IV 

VIII 

VII 

XI 

III 

VII 

XII 

IV 

I 

XII 

IV 

II 

XIII 

IV 

IX 

II 

VI 

X 

II 

VII 
XI 

III 

XIV 
VI 

III 

XIV 

VII 

IV 

VIII 

VII 

IV 

IX 

I 

XII 



* Included in the Detailed Calendar. 



Column 

of 

Ens', dates. 



A add 21 



E 

G 

A. 

B 

M 

A 

I 

B 



9 
12 
19 
8 
8 
15 
16 
22 



D « 11 
G " 14 



B 

C 

K* 

B 

A 

I 

E 

G 



20 

8 

10 

16 

6 

1 

12 

15 



A add 22 
C " 10 



L 

A 

A 

I 

E 

G 

C 

B 



11 

18 
8 
9 
14 
17 
22 
11 



K « 13 



A 

B 

I 

D 

B 

G 

C 

K 



20 

9 

10 

16 

5 

8 

13 

15 





INDEX TABLE 


. — (Continued.) 






Year 

of the 


Year 

since 


Nature of 
Year. 


Table 
to be 


Column 
to be 


Column 
of 


Cycle. 
301 


Creation. 


Consulted 


Consulted. 


Eng 


. dates. 


st Cycle. 














1 


5701. 


Ordinary Common. 


Table 1 


IV 


B add 21 | 


2 


5702. 


Perfect Common. 


(( 


1 


II 


A 


" 11 


3 


5703. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


<( 


2 


XIII 


I 


" 12 


4 


5704. 


Ordinary Common. 


(( 




IV 


E 


" 17 


5 


5705. 


Perfect Common. 


(( 




II 


A 


" 7 


6 


5706. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


.t 




XIII 


I 


" 8 


1 


5707. 


Ordinary Common. 


>( 




IV 


B 


" 14 


8 


5708. 


Perfect Bissextile. 


(1 




IX 


K 


" 16 


9 


5709. 


Perfect Common. 


(( 




II 


A 


" 23 


10 


5710. 


Imperf. Common. 


<( 




VI 


C 


« 11 


11 


5711. 


Ordinary Bissextile. 


(C 




X 


H 


" IS 


12 


5712. 


Perfect Common. 


« 




II 


D 


«' 19 


13 


5713. 


Perfect Common. 


<( 




VII 


A 


" 9 


14 


5714. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


<< 




XI 


I 


" 10 


15 


5715. 


Ordinary Common. 


<i 




III 


B 


" 16 


16 


5716. 


Perfect Common. 


l( 




VII 


D 


" 6 


11 


5717. 


Perfect Bissextile. 


« 


2 


XII 


G 


" 8 


18 


5718. 


Ordinary Common. 


« 


1 


IV 


B 


" 14 


19 


5719. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


« 


2 


VIII 


I 


" 15 


802 


nd Cycle 














1 


5720. 


Perfect Common. 


Table 1 


VII 


D add 21 1 


2 


5721. 


Ordinary Common 


(< 


I 


IV 


B 


" 10 


3 


5722. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


« 


2 


VIII 


I 


" 11 


4 


5723. 


Perfect Common. 


(1 


1 


VII 


A 


" 18 


5 


5724. 


Ordinary Common 


« 


1 


IV 


E 


" 6 


6 


5725. 


Perfect Bissextile. 


(C 


2 


IX 


G 


" 9 


7 


5726. 


Imperf. Common. 


(t 


1 


I 


C 


" 14 


8 


5727. 


Perfect Bissextile. 


a 


2 


XII 


G 


" 17 


9 


5728. 


Ordinary Common. 


« 


1 


IV 


E 


" 22 


10 


5729. 


Perfect Common. 


(1 


1 


II 


A 


" 12 


11 


5730. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


(( 


2 


XIII- 


I 


" 13 


12 


5731. 


Ordinary Common. 


ic 


1 


IV 


B 


" 19 


13 


5732. 


Perfect Common. 


SI 


1 


II 


D 


" 8 


14 


5733. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


(( 


2 


XIII 


I 


" 9 


15 


5734. 


Perfect Common. 


<( 


1 


V 


A 


" 16 


16 


5735. 


Ordinary Common. 


« 


1 


III 


B 


" 5 


17 


5736. 


Perfect. Bissextile. 


« 


2 


XIV 


K 


" 7 


18 


5737. 


Imperf. Common. 


« 


1 


VI 


C 


" 12 


19 


5738. 


Ordinary Bissextile 


<( 


2 


X 


H 


'• 14 





INDEX TABLE 


. — (Continued.) 






Year 


Year 


"NTafnrp Cif 


Table 


Column 


Column 


of the 


since 


Year. 


to be 


1 

1 


to be 




of 


Cycle. 


Creation, 


Consulted 


Consulted. 


Eng 


dates. 


303 


fd Cycle. 














1 


5739. 


Perfect Common. 


Table 1 1 


II 


A add 21 I 


2 


5740. 


Perfect Common. 


■i 


1 


VII 


D 


" 10 


3 


5741. 


[mperf. Bissextile. 


(( 


2 


XI 


I 


" 11 


4 


5742. 


Ordinary Common. 


<t 




III 


B 


a 17 


5 


5743. 


Perfect Common. 


(( 




VII 


A 


.. 7 


6 


5744. 


Perfect Bissextile. 


(< 




XII 


K 


" 9 


7 


5745. Ordinary Common | 


(1 


1 
1 1 


IV 


B 


" 15 


8 


5746. 


[mperf. Bissextile. 


<i 


1 


VIII 


I 


" 16 


9 


5747, 


Perfect Common. 


(( 


■* 1 


VII 


A 


" 23 


10 


5748. 


Ordinary Common. 


i( 


■^ 


IV 


E 


« 11 


11 


6749. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


i( 


1 

2 


VIII 


I 


" 12 


12 


5750. 


Perfect Common. 


<( 




VII 


A 


" 19 


13 


5751. 


Ordinary Common. 


<( 




IV 


B 


" 8 


14 


5762. 


Perfect Bissextile. 


(1 




IX 


K 


" 10 


15 


5763. 


Imperf. Common. 


« 




I 


C 


" 15 


16 


5754. 


Perfect Common. 


« 




V 


A 


" 5 


n 


5755. 


OrdinaryBissextile. 


(( 


2 


X 


H 


" 7 


18 


5756. 


Perfect Common. 


a 


1 


II 


D 


" 13 


19 


5757. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 


« 


o 


XIII 


I 


" 14 


804 


th Cycle. 














1 


5758. 


Ordinary Common. 


Table 1 


IV 


B add 20 | 


2 


.5759. 


Perfect Common. 




1 


II 


A 


" 10 


3 


5760. 


Perfect Bissextile. 




2 


XIV 


K 


" 12 


4 


5761. 


Imperf. Common. 




1 


VI 


C 


« 17 


5 


6762. 


Ordinary Common, 




1 


III 


B 


" 6 


6 


5763. 


Perfect Bissextile. 




O 


XIV 


G 


" 9 


1 


5764. 


Perfect Common. 




1 


VII 


D 


« 16 


8 


6765. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 




2 


XI 


I 


« 16 


9 


5766. 


Ordinary Common 




1 


III 


B 


" 22 


10 


6767. 


Perfect Common. 




1 


VII 


A 


" 12 


11 


6768. 


Imperf. Bissextile. 




o 


XI 


M 


" 12 


12 


5769. 


Ordinary Common. 




1 


III 


B 


" 18 


18 


5770. 


Perfect Common. 




1 


VII 


A 


" 8 


14 


5771. 


Perfect Bissextile. 




2 


XII 


G 


" 11 


15 


5772. 


Ordinary Common 




1 


IV 


E 


" 16 


16 


5773. 


Imperf. Common. 




1 


I 


C 


" 4 


11 


5774. 


Perfect Bissextile. 




2 


XII 


G 


" 7 


U 


5775. 


Ordinary Common 




1 


! IV 


B 


" 13 


ic 


) 5776. 


Perfect Bissextile. 




2 


i TX 


K 


" 15 



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LIST OF JEWISH INSTITUTIONS, 

RELIGIOUS, CHARITABLE, &C. 

[* The Kditors, while expressing their acknowledgments to their friends 
•who havo kindly afforded them such items of information as, jointly with 
gleanings from the Jewish press, have enabled them to compile the present 
Table, would beg to state that any irregularity traceable in its form, has una- 
Toidably arisen from the difficulty they have experienced in obtaining anything 
of a more uniform character.] 



1. ALBANY, (State of New York.) 

1. K. K. BETH EL. bi^ na 

Organised in 5598 — 1 838. Synagogue in Herkimer Street. Burial 
place o?i the Bethlehem road. Minister, the Rev. Veist Traub. 
President, Mr. P. I. Nusbaum, 

2. K. K. BETH JACOB, npr' na 

Organized in 5608 — 1847. Synagogue in Fulton between Lydius 
and Van Zandt Streets. Burial place on tlie Schenectady Turn= 
pike. Minister, Rev. Joseph Levin. President, Mr. Isaac Le- 
derer. 

3. K. K. ANSHE EMET. n?3s^ 'it^J« 

Organized in 5611 — 1850. Synagogue, head of Herkimer Stree* 
—120 members and seat-holders. Burial place on the Troy road« 

Minister, President, Mr. Joseph Sporborg. 

Time of Service on the Eve of Sabbath, the same as in New 
York. Attached to this congregation are the following institutions: 
— 1. The Hebrew and English Common School. Super- 
intendent. Dr. J. Lewi, Chairman. — 2. Hebra Kadisha, to visit the 
sick, support the poor, bury the dead and comfort (he mourners. Mr. 
M. Stein, President. — 3. Ladies' Benevolent Society to support the 
sick, &c. President, Mrs. F. Smith.— 4. Ladies' Sewing Society to 
support widows and orphans. President, Mrs. M. Smith. — 5. Young 
Men's Literary Society, established 1849. President, D. Stern. 

2. AUGUSTA, (Georgia.) 

K. K. BENAI ISRAEL. Vw^iz?' ' ji 

Polish Minhag, organized 5607 — 1846. Synagogue, corner o 
Green and Jackson Streets. Burial place adjoining the Christian 
Cemetery. Minister, Revd. I. Schatz. President, Mr. Lewis 
Levy. The Congregation numbers 26 members. Sabbath com- 
mences half an hour later than in New York. Service on Sabbath 



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Morning, throughout the year, at half-past eight. Hebrew Sunday 
School estabhshed in 1845. First meeting of Jews to organize a 
rso for Rosh Hashanah, was held in September, 1846. 

8. BALTIMORE, (Maryland.) 

1. K. K. NIDHAY ISRAEL. Vi^nir' 'mj 

Organized 5583 — 1823. Synagogue in Lloyd Street. Burial 
place on the Balair road. Ministers, Revds. H. Hochheimer and 
Lissner. President, Mr. B. Himmelreich. 

2. Eden btreet Congregation, organized 5605 — 1845. Synago- 
gue in Eden Street. Burial place on the Philadelphia road. Min- 
isters, Rabbi, Kevd. Dr. Gunzburg ; Reader, Kevd. Mr. Fried. Pre* 
sident, Mr. Chazan. 

3. Howard Street Congregation. Synagogue in Howard Street. 

4. Har Sinai Congregation. Minister, Revd. M. Brown. Presi- 
dent, Mr. Lowman. 5. Gay Street Cong. President, Mr. Stiebel. 

Ba timore Hebrew Select School, Commenced 1852. President 
Mr. Cohen. Assistance Society, President, JNlr. Putnel. 

4. BARBADOES, (British West Indies.) 

K. K. NIDHAY ISRAEL, bi^iw^ >mj 

Portuguese Minhag. First Settlement of Jews, said to be in 5388 
— 1628. The oldest tombstone (to all appearance, the first placed 
in the Beth Haim,) bears date 5418 — 1658, There is no earlier 
record of Jewish settlement in Barbadoes. Synagogue in Bridge- 
town, Acting Minister, Ephraira Polack. President, Mr. Michael 
B. Isaacs. A Sunday School was established in January, 1844. 

5. BERLIN, (Marquette County, Wisconsin.) 

First Service on Kipoor, 5612 — 1851, at the residence of Mr. 
Kusel. 

8 BOLIVAR, (Tennessee.) 

First Service on Rosh Shanah, 5612 — 1851, in a private house. 
7. BOSTON, (Massachusetts.) 

1. K. K. OHABAY SHALOME. oi^tir »nmt«! 

German Minhag. Organized in 5602 — 1842. Incorporated in 
1845. Synagogue in Warren Street, between Elliot and Tremont 
Streets. Consecrated, March 26th, 5612 — 1852. Burial place in 
East Boston, opposite the City proper. Minister, Revd. S. Sachs. 
President, Mr. W. Goldsmith. Time for commencing Sabbath at 
Sunset. This Congregation has attached to it, a School, in tlie 
Synagogue building, for Hebrew, English, and German instruction, 
under the superintendance of Revd. S. Sachs ; and two Benevolent 
bocieties, namely, the " Brotherly Love Society " and the " Sisterly 
Love Society," for the relief of the Poor and the Sick, and for the 
burial of the dead. The Synagogue is open for Service in the 



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morning of Mondays and Thursdays and Rosh Hodesh ; on Friday 
evening; and on Sabbath and holydays in the morning, afternoon, 
and evening. 

2. K. K. BETH ISRAEL. Vi^-)tt^» n'n 

Polish Minhag. Organized 5610 — 1849. Synagogue in a hall 
over the Boylston Market, which was consecrated on Rosh Shanah 
5610—1849. Minister, Revd. P. Rosendale. President, Mr. J. 
W. Ezekiel. 

8. BUFFALO, (Kew York.) 

1. K. K. BETH EL. bi^ no 

Organized in 560Y — 1847. Synagogue in Pearl Street. Burial 
place South of Batavia Street. Minister, Revd. L. Blumgarten. 
President, Mr. Joseph Lesler. Minhag, Polish, 

2. K K. BETH ZION. rvv n'l 

Organized, 5611 — 1850. Synagogue, corner of Ellicot and Clin- 
ton Streets. Burial place the same as that belonging to the Jacob's 
Benevolent Society. Minister, Revd. Joseph Fry. President, Mr. 
Victor Burger. 

Jacob's Benevolent Society. Burial place in Batavia Street, 
about one mile from the city. President, Mr, Lewis Tahlman. 

9. CHARLESTON, (South Carolina.) 

1. K. K. BETH ELOHIM. D»p'?« n>n 

Incorporated 5551 — 1191. Synagogue in Hasel Street. Burial 
place, in Gumming Street, purchased in 1757. Minister, Dr. M. 
Mayer. President, Mr. Joshua Lazarus. 

2. K. K. SHEARITH ISRAEL, 'pt^nu^* n>n«ii^ 

Portuguese Minhag. Organized, 5603 — 1843. Synagogue in "Went- 
worth Street. Consecrated, August 13, Elool 1, 5697—1847. Bu- 
rial place in Cummings Street. Minister, Revd. Sol. Jacobs, Pre- 
sident, Mr. Samuel Hart. 

SOCIETIES. 

1. DHDn n'lV^Dj nnnn Organized, 5510 — 1750. 

2. Hehreiv Benevolent Institution, organized 1*791. 

3. nD»»p ]'^\> Organized, 5555 — 1795. 

4. D'Din' »2« Organized, July 15th, 1801. Societyr 
for the relief of Orphans and indigent children. 

5. Sunday School, established 1839. 

10. CHICAGO, (Illinois.) 

K. K. ANSHAY MANGARIB. mrD 'ii^J« 
German Minhag. Organized, October, 5607—1847. Synagogue 
in Clark Street. Consecrated, June 13, 5611—1851. Burial place 



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jsear the City Cemetery. Minister, G. Sbneidacher. President, 
Mr. A. Kohn. 48 members. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society organized, 5612 — 1852. Mr. Leopold 
Mayer, President. 

11. CIXCINNATI, (Ohio.) 

1. K. K. B'NAI ISRAEL. V«itt>' >ii 

Polish Minhacr. Organized, 5579— 1819. Chartered, 5590— 1830 
Synagogue, corner of 6th street and Broadway. Burial places, 1st on 
Western Row ; 2nd Beth Haim. now in use, is situated on the 
Montgomery road, two and a half miles from the City. Minister 
Revd. Hart Judah, elected 1837. President, Mr. Milius. Service 
in this Synagogue daily. 

. 2. K. K. B'NAI JESHURUM. pniti?' >Ji 

German Minhag. Organized, 5600—1840. Chartered, 5605— 
1845. Synagogue in Lodge Street, near 5th Street Market 
House, Consecrated, 5608 — 1847. Burial place on the Montgomery 
road, two and a half m.iles from the city, in common with K. K. 
B'nai Israel. Minister, Dr. I. M. V/ise. President, Mr. Max 
Fechheimer. 

3. K. K. AHABAT AHIM. D»ni^ nnn« 

German Minhag. Organized, 5608—1848. Chartered, 5610—1850. 
Synagogne in Race Street, North of the Miami Canal. Burial 
place on Vine Street Hill, about two and a half miles from the city. 
This congregation numbers over 100 members. Minister, Revd. 
Solomon Wiel. President, Mr. Wolf Fechheimer. 

4. K. K. AD AT ISRAEL, h)^-\w mi^ 

Polish Minhag. Organized, 5611 — 1850. Synagogue, corner of 
Sixth Street and Western Row, Burial place in common with the 
K. K. Bnai Israel. This congregation numbers 80 members. 

SOCIETIES. 

1. The Hebrew Beneficent Society, extending aid to the needy 
and the sick, and for mutual benefit in sickness and during the 
seven days of mourning. Organized, 5588 — 1828. Incorporated, 
5598 — 1838. This Society numbers 160 members. President, Mr. 
Wolf Cohen. 

2. TJie English Ladies^ Benevolent Society, for the assistance of 
Jewish females and orphans. Organized, 5598 — 1838. President, 
Mrs, S. L. Wurkum. 

3. The Old German, Ladies^ Benefit Society, for mutual benefit 
and for the assistance of Jewish females and orphans. This Society 
numbers 140 members. Organized, 5601 — 1841. President, Mrs, 
Julius Goodheart. 

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A. Hehrah Meshibat Nephesh. ti^sj ni»ll^?3 

For the relief of the needy, — numbers TO raembers. Organized. 
5602—1842. President, Mr. Isaac Wolf. 

5. Hehrah Tipheret Israel. V«lit>» nn«sn 

To defray the expenses of the •rr\pr:: (legal bath) and for other good 
purposes. Organized, 5602—1843. The Mikvah is in 8th Street, 
Western Row. Another is at the corner of John and Kemble 
Streets, the private enterprise of Mr. Jacob Hilp. 

6. Relief Fund Society for the Poor Jews in Palestine. Insti- 
tuted, 6609—1849. Reorganized, 5613—1863. The object of 
this society is to remit money direct to Jerusalem, and to obviate the 
necessity of sending messengers to collect money. President, Mr. 
E. Mayers. 

*1. The German Ladies' Relief Society to relieve deserving per- 
sons in distress. Numbers 40 members. Organized, 6610 — 1850. 
President, Mrs. Max Turnauer. 

8. The Jews Hospital Society. Organized, July, 5610 — ISSO". 
Hospital at the corner of Malantham Street, Western Row. 
President, Mr. Jacob Elsas. Physician, M. Bettman, M. D. 

9. Hehrah Kadishah. ntr^np min 

To attend on the sick, the dying and the dead. Organized, Tebet, 
561H 1853. This Plebrah numbers 65 members, and is not parti- 
cularly attached to any Congregation. President, Mr. Leopold 
Milius. Doctor Myers, Rabbi and Secretary. 

10. Talmud Yelad'im onV' mD^n Institute of the Bhiai 

leshurun Congregation, under the direction of the Congregational 
officers. Incorporated, 5609 — 1849, for Hebrew, English and Ger- 
man instruction. School in the basement of the Synagogue. 

11. Hebrew and English School attached to the Congregation 
Jhahat Ahini, under the direction of the Congregational officers. 

12. CLARBORNE, (Alabama.) 

The Clarborne Jewish Congregation. Organized, 5613—1853. 
Minister, Revd. Leopold Maas. President, Mr. Sol. Levy. 

13. CLEVELAND, (Ohio). 

1. K. K. ANSHE HASED. ion ^^ivk 

First service in 1839. Organized in 5601 — 1841. Synagogue in 
Eagle Street. Burial place across the Cuyuauga River, in Ohio 
City, two miles from Cleveland. Minister, Rev. B. L. Fould. Pro- 
eident, Mr. Hoppeman. 

2. K. K. TIPHERET ISRAEL, h^^w^ mt^sn 

Organized, 5610 — 1850. Synagogue in Bolivar Street, near Erie. 
(They worship, at present, in Main Street, Seneca Block). Burial 



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place in Ohio city, adjoining that of K. K. Ansh6 Hased. Minister, 
Kevd. Isidore Kalisch. President, Mr. C. Koch. It is supposed 
there are not less than 140 Jewish families residing in Cleveland, 
Time of Morning Service. — Rosh'Hashanah, 5^ ; Kipoor, 5-| ; Holy 
days,8 ; Sabbath, from Nissan till Hesvan,8; Heshvan till Nissan,8-^. 
Evening Service on Friday. — From Rosh Shanah to Sabbath Bere- 
sheet, 5^ ; from Bereshet to Sabbath Vayesheb, 5 ; Vayesheb to 
Sabbath Bo, 4f ; Bo to Sabbsth Mishpatim, ,5 ; Mishpatim to Sab- 
bath Ki Tisah, 5^ ; Ki Tisah to Sabbath Sheminee, 6 ; Sheminee to 
Sabbath Bamidbar, 6^- ; Bamidbar to Sabbath Pinhas, 7 ; Pinhas to 
Sabbath Shophetim, 6^ ; Shophetim to Rosh Hashanah, 6. He- 
brew and English School estalslished in 1844. 

14. CLINTON, (Mississippi.) Organized Congregation. 

15. COLLUMA, (California, on che Yub a Biver.) 
OrganizecTUongregation, 5610 — 1850. 

16. COLUMBIA, (South Carolina.) 

Congregation organized, 5607 — 1846. Minister, (Acting,) Mr. 
P. S. Jacobs. President, Mr. Jacob Levin, (in 5612). Sunday 
School established, 5604— 1844. 

17. COLUMBUS, (Ohio.) 

German Minhag. Congregation organized November 16th, 5612 
— 1851. Minister, Revd. S. Lazarus, in 1851. President, Mr. T. 
Gundersheimer, in 1851. They numbered 30 members at their or- 
ganization. 

18. CUMBERLAND, (Maryland.) 

K. K. BEER HAHAYIM. D»>nn n^^i 

Temporary Synagogue in Baltimore Street. Consecrated, July 
8, 5612—1853, Acting Minister in 5613, Mr. H. Adler. Presi- 
dent, Mr. H. Rosenbach. 

19. CURACAO, (Butch West Indies.) 

K. K. MIKVEH ISRAEL. ^Nnt2?» mpa 
Portuguese Minhag. Synagogue-building in Willems stad in 
the Joodenkerk Street, is over 122 years old. Burial place on 
the Plantation Roosentak, two miles from the city. I\Iinister, Revd. 
Dd. Cardoza. Corresponding Member of the Mahamad, Mr. M. 
C. Henriques. A School for instruction in Hebrew and English 
was established, 5608—1847. 

20. DANVILLE, (Pensylvania.) 

K.K. B'XAI ZIOo^. fvy >:a 

Organized Congregation in 5610 — 1849. Minister, (acting,) Revd. 
Mr. Jacobs. President, Mr. Abra. Levy. 



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21. DETROIT, (Michigan.) 

K. K. BETH EL. V« n»i 

Organized, 5610 — 1850. Temporary Synagogue in Jefferson 
Avenue. Buvial place three-quarters of a mile from the city, ad- 
joining the Eimwood Cemetery. Minister, E,evd. B. Marcus. Pre- 
sident, Mr. Jacob Silberman. This Congregation, numbering nearly 
25 active members, is probably the only one organized in Michigan. 
There are, however, many Jews living in Adrian, Monroe, and 
other towns of this s tate. 

Hebrali Blkur Holim. D^Vin nipn 

For attendance on the sick and dying. Organized, 5611 — 1851. 

22. EASTON (Pensylvania.) 

1. K. K. BERITH SHALOME. diW nni 
President, A. Falk, (5612.) 

2. K. K. IMANUEL. h^ ^^m 

Organized, 5611 — 1851. Synagogue consecrated on Sabbath Ha-= 
gadole, 5611. President Mr. Michael Putzel. 

23. FORT WAYNE, (Indiana.) 

Organized Congregation , November, 5609 — 1848. Minister, Revd. 
J. Solomons. President, Mr. I. Laufferty. 

24. GALVEST02T, (Tezas.) 

Burial place enclosed in the Citv grave yard. Consecrated, 
Elool, 6612—1852. 

25. HARRISBURG, (Pensylvania.) 
Congregational Union in 5613. 

26. HARTFORD, (Connecticut.) 

K. K. BETH ISRAEL. Organized, 560Y— 184Y. President, 
Mr. M. Stern, elected in 1851. Minister, acting, Revd. M. L. 
Strauss, in 1861. 

27. KINGSTON, (Jamaica, British West Indies.) 

l.K. K. SHAARAY SHAMAYIM. C2^12)2^ npu^ 

Portuguese Minhag. Synagogue, front of Princess Street. 
Erected in 5510 — 1760. Burial places : 1st. In Upper Church 
Street, 2nd. opposite the first, 3rd. Upper Orange Street. Minister, 
Revd. A. H. DeLavante. President, Mr. Aaron de Cordova. 

2. ENGLISH AND GERMAN CONGREGATION. 

Organized in 6548—178 8. Synagogue, front of Orange Street. 
Buiial place near the Camps. Minister, (vacant.) President, Mr. 



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Ellis T. Davis. Time for commencing Sabbath in both Congrega- 
tions, from January to June, 5 o'clock ; June to January, 5^ o'clock. 

SOCIETIES. 

1. Hebrew National School ^^v bn^ra instituted 5607-1847. _ The 
Honorable Philip La-u^rence Pres. This School is a combination of 
the English and German Free School and the Beth Limud of the 
Poituguese Congregation which took place on Sunday Feb., 21st 

6607-1847. 

2. Hebrew Benevolent Society : Mr. B. A. Franklin, President. 

28. LAFAYETTE, (Indiana.) 

K. K. AHABAT AHIM C3»n« T\1r\\^ 

German Minhng, organized February, 5611-1851. Temporary 
Synagogue. Burial place, one mile from the City. The congrega- 
tion numbers 30 members. Minister, Rev. L. Emmrich. President, 
Mr. ]M. Hallstein. 

29. LANCASTER, (Pensylvania) 
Congregational union in 1847. 

30. LOUISVILLE, (Kentncky.) 

1. K. K. ADAT ISRAEL hvK^m^ r\^v 

German Minhag. Incorporated in 1836. Synagogue consecrated 
March 5609-1849, in Fourth Street between JeflFerson and Walnut 
Streets, being the first in the State. Minister, Rev. B. H. GotheK 
President, Mr. Moses Lieberman. 

Polish Congregation. Established 1851-5612. 

SOCIETIES. 

1. For attendance on the Sick and the Dying. Organized 1860. 
In 1854, President, Mr. A. Sammelson. 

2. Ladies Benevolent Society. In 1854, President, Mr. Charles 
Lichton. 

3. Ladies Benevolent Society, No. 2. President, Mrs. A. Sam- 
melson. 

31. LYNCHBURG, (Virginia.) 

Public Worship on Rosh Shanah 5613. 
82. MARYVILLE, (California.) 

Temporary Synagogue. Hebrew Benevolent Society organized 
6613-l_853.,_£iuiaidfitttiMi\F. M. Rinehart. 



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S3. MEMPHIS, (Tennessee.) 

Hebrew Congregation. Acting Minister, Rev. Jonas Levy. Presi- 
dent, Mr. M. Simon. Hebrew Benevolent Society possessing a Beth 
Haim, founded 5611-1851. President, Mr. B. Emanuel. 

34. MILWAUKIE, (Wisconsin.) 

Organized Congregation. 

86. MOBILE, (Alabama.) 

K. K. SHAARAY SHAMAYIM D^^m nvm 

Organized, 6604-1844. Synagogue, in Jackson Street, be- 
tween St. Louis and St. Michael Street. The first Syna- 
gogue was consecrated Kislev 27, 5605, December 27, 1846. 
Minister, Rev. Dr. J. Eckman. President, Mr. Israel Jones, Burial 
place adjoins that of the city. The present Synagogue in use, in 
Jackson Street, was consecrated, March 11 th 1853. The time for 
commencing Service varies but little from that of Charleston S. C. 

SOCIETY. 

The Ladies Hebrew Benevolent Society organized 5610-1850. 
"There is no other Society attached to the Congregation, the consti- 
tution of the Congregation having incorporated as a part of its orga- 
nization the discharge of the objects contemplated in Benevolent 
associations." 

36. MOKTEGO BAY, (Jamaica.) 

K. K. BETH JACOB ipj;» n>i 

Portuguese Minhag. Minister, Rev. A. C. Heni-iques. President, 
S. G. Corinaldi 

37. MONTGOMERY, (Alabama.) 

K. K. MEBAKAB HOLIM a^V^n npna 

Congregation organized 5607-1847 German Minhag. Tempo- 
rary Synagogue in Court Street. Minister. Rev. S. Myer. President, 
Henry Weil. Burial place out of the City limits. 

SOCIETY. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society, organized 5612-1851. President, 
Mr. M. Gerstle. 

38. MONTREAL. (Lower Canada.) 

[There are no attainable records of the early settlement of Jews 
in Canada, prior to the conquest of the Proviuce by England. 
Samuel Jacobs, Simon Levy and Aaron Hart arrived in Canada in 
1760. They accompaniecl det:ichments of infantry under the 
command of General Haldimand, immediately after the conquest. 
Aaron Hart remained in Thi^ee Rivers, and was employed as a 
Commissary to supply tJie troops with forage, provisions, <fee. 



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J'rom this period to the year 1'7'74, there came to reside in Canada 
David Salesby Franks, Ezekiel Solomons, Andrew Hayes, Jacob 
Mam'is, Isaac Judah, Lazarus David and Levy Solomons. In 1775, 
was purchased a piece of ground in the St. Antoine Suburbs, Mon- 
treal, for a Beth Haini, to which an additional piece of land was 
added in 1809, the gift of David David, upon whose property was 
erected in K"otre Dame Street, adjoining the present Court House, 
the first Synagogue building possessed by the Jews in Canada. 
The earhest record of interment in the Beth Haim of Montreal, 
is that of Lazarus David, 22nd October, 1776 ; while the oldest 
standing grave stone is that of Moses Nathan, 7th March, 1804, 
the first mentioned tomb-stone having been replaced in 1824 by 
another under which it was placed. In the town of Three 
Rivers, a piece of land was appropriated by the Hart family 
for a Beth Haim, one half retained by the family, the other for 
the use of all Israelites, The ground which is in Alexander, 
off Hart, Street, is still used. On the 24th July, 1826, a very 
earnest and able appeal for re-organization and revival was 
issued to the Israelites of Lower Canada, by Benjamin Hart, Esq., 
of the City of Montreal, to whom, during a portion of the period 
intervening the abandonment of the old, and the building of their 
present, Synagogue, his co-religionists were indebted for a temporary 
place of worship in his own residence, S. W. corner of St. Helen and 
ReeoUet Streets. On 15th Oct., 1832, a meeting of the " registered 
members of the Jewish Persuasion," in Montreal, was held agreeably 
to an Act passed with the Royal Assent, 1 8th January, 1 83 1 ," for the 
purpose of forming the present members into a Congregation, (fee." 
On 30th June, 1835, was passed " a deed of sale from the repre- 
sentatives of the late Gabriel Cotte to the Trustees, <fec." of the 
present Synagogue lots on Chenneville and Lagaucheti^re Streets ; 
and in 1846, the Legislature passed an Act incorporating them as 
the " Congregation of Portuguese Jews of the City of : Mon- 
treal." In Berthier, a piece of ground off the property of the 
late Henry Joseph, was devoted for the purpose of bmial, when 
he, a respected merchant of Montreal, and for many years a much 
esteemed resident of Berthier, " fell a victim to the pestilence 
■which devastated this Province" as is declared on his tomb, the 
Hebrew inscription of which bears date 23rd Sivan, 5592, 21st 
Jime, 1832 — near his grave some other (family) interments have 
been made. In the City of Toronto, the Israelites purchased a 
piece of ground for a Beth Haim in 5612 — 1852, and the Israelites 
of Quebec did the same in 5613.] 

K. K. SHEAKITH ISRAEL. ^«nir' nn«tr^ p,p 

Synagogue. — Chenneville Street, Consecrated, Ereb Rosh Hasha- 
nah 5598, 19th September, 1838. Portuguese Minhag. 
Minister, — Abraham De Sola. 
President. — David Moss, Esq. 



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Burial Ground. — St. Janvier Street, St. Antoine Suburbs ; now 
to be closed by direction of the City authorities, for one out of the 
City limits. 

In 5607-184'?, was established 

"PN"!^' "ivnN niip r\'\'2rt T/ie Montreal Hebrew Philanthropic Society. 
President, M. J. Hayes, Esq. It is proposed to reorganize this 
Society on the same plan as the Hebra Hesed Vehemet of Loudon. 

Hebrew School, daily, presided over by the Minister of the 
Congregation. 

Sunday School. — Established 5608-1848. Superintendent, 
the Minister of the Congregation. A committee has been organized 
for the purpose of establishing " the Alontreal Hebrew and English 
Instituted attached to K. K. Shearith Israel. 

The time for commencing service is appointed by a By-law of 
the Congregation, the same as the Portuguese Synagogue in New 
York. 

TIME FOR COMMENCmG SABBATH 



From 1 Jan. To 

" 22 Jan, 
" 22 Feb. 
" 15 March 

8 April 

1 May 
" 15 May 
" 22 July 
" 22 Aug. 
" 15 Sept. 

8 Oct. 

1 Nov. 
" 22 Nov. " 

The above Table, calculated for the City of New York, (long. 
74°. 1'. 8".,) by Rev. J. J. Pinto, A. M. 5519 will serve for Mon- 
treal, (long. 73°. 25'.) there being only a difference of about two 
minutes of common time in the longitude of these places. It will 
also serve for Quebec, Three Rivers, &c. east, by deducting 
from it, and for Bytowu, Kingston, Toronto, <fec. west, by adding 
to it, the difference of time contained in the number of degrees, 
cfec, between the places. It is to be remembered, also, that accord- 
ing to the subjoined authorities. Sabbath must everywhere com- 
mence at about one quarter of an hour before sun-set : — 

tzj'^^Tn'D 'Win r\'i -amni^ t-Q '^'di ''d C3'»n n"n« 



BY THE 




H ISRAEL" 


MONTREAL. 


22 Jan. 


At Four o'clock. 


22 Feb. 


" Half-past fom'. 


15 March 


" Five. 


8 April 


" Half-past five. 


1 May 


" Six. 


15 May 


" Half-past six. 


22 July 


" Seven. 


22 Aug. 


" Half-past six. 


15 Sept 


" Six. 


8 Oct. 


" Half-past five. 


1 Nov. 


" Five. 


22 Dec. 


" Half-past four. 


31 Dec. 


" Fom\ 



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39. NASHVILLE, (Tennessee.) 

K. K. MAGANE DAVID nn po 

Congregational Union, 5618-18.52. Temporary Synagogue at 
the house of Mr. Isaac Garritson. Minister, Rev. Mr. Iser. Presi- 
dent, Mr. H. Harris. Burial place S^ acres of lands, 1 ^ miles from 
City. There are more than 30 Israelites residing in the City. 

40. NATCHEZ, (Mississippi.) 
Organized Congregation. 

41. NEVADA CITY, (Califorma^,^^^^^ 

First assemBry'KiFl^orship was on Rosh Shanah 5613-1852 held 
in the Masonic Hall. Acting Hazan on the occasion Mr. H. Leo. 
The Number of Israelites in the city in 5613 was Thirty. 

42. NEWAEK (New Jersey.) 

K. K. BNAI JESHURUN p-nu;* U2 

Organized 5608-1848. Temporary Synagogue at the corner of 
Commerce and Mulberry Streets. Burial place on Springfield 
Avenue. Minister, Rev. Mr. Nieman. President, Mr. Lewis Frier 
in 1852. The Congregation numbers 40 members. 

SOCIETY. 

The Mendelsohn Hehra numbers nearly 10 members. 

43. NEW HAVEN, (Connecticut.) 

K. K. MISHKAN ISRAEL V«nit^» ptt^D 
Minister, Rev. L. Sternheimer, 5612. 

44. NEW OELEANS, (Louisiana.) 

1. K. K. SHAARAY HASED. non nm 

German Minhag, Incorporated, 5588-1828. Synagogue in Ram- 
part Street. Burial place in Jackson Street in the 4th District of 
the City. President, Mr. L. Klopman. Service, on Sabbath Eve, 
half hour before Sunset ; on Sabbath Morning in Winter ^ past 8 ; in 
Summer, 8 o'clock. 

2. K. K. NEPHUTSOT JEHUDAH. r\-^^n^ niviaj 

Portuguese Minhag. Organized, 5606-1845. Synagogue in Canal 
Street, the liberal gift of the late Judah Touro of New Orleans. Burial 
place, on the Metarie Ridge in the 2nd. District of the City. 
Minister, Rev. J. K. Gutheim. President, Mr. G. Kursheedt. Service, 
on Sabbath Eve, half hour before Sunset; Sabbath Morning Service 
commencing from Nishmat at 9 -J o'clock during the whole year. 
Doors opened at 9 for the reading of the Zemirot. On Holy days 
at 8 o'clock ; on Kipoor, at 6 o'clock. 

L 



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3. K. K. AHABAT AHIM. omt^ nin^^ 

German Minhag. Organized, 5610-1850. Synagogue in Lafayett® 
district. Burial place, — Bouligny. President, Mr. B. Goldberg. 

SOCIETIES. 
1. Hebrah Gemilut Hased, non mV>?3J 

Hebrew Benevolent Association for the relief of the indigent dis- 
tressed and sick. Organized, May 560*7-1847. President, Mr. J. 
Simon. 

2. Hehrah Nashim. u-'XDl mm 

LadiesBehrewBenevolent Association for the same purpose as above j 
organized March, 5601-1847. 1st, Directress, Mrs. A. Haber. 

3. Hehra Bikur Holim. Hebrew Beneficial Society, mostly for 
the benefit of its members, organized, 5609-1849. President, Mr. 
A. Frank. 

4. Hebrew Foreign Mission Society of New Orleans, organized 
6613-1853. President, Mr. G. Kursheedt. 

6. Hebrew and Religious School attached to the Congregation 
Shaaray Hased. 

6. Hebrew and Religious School attached to the Congregation 
Nephutsot Jehudah. Superintendent, Mr. G. Kursheedt. 

45. NEWPORT, (Rhode Island.) 

K. K. TESHUAT ISRAEL. hv<'^^ nritt^n 

Synagogue and Burial Ground are both located in Touro Street, 
and are kept in repairs by the bequests of the late Mr. Abraham 
Touro and his brother, the late Judah Touro of New Orleans, 
sons of the Rev. Isaac Touro. Organized, 5418-1658. Minhag 
Portuguese. Synagogue consecrated on the first day of Hanucah 
5524—1763. 

46. NEW YORK. * 

I K. K. SHEARITH ISRAEL, bxnu'* n^iKtr p'p 

Portuguese Minhag. The first settlement of Jews in the City of New 
York, is supposed to have been about the year 5410 — 1650. The earliest 
known records are copies of a petition of Salvador d'Andrade, dated Decem- 
ber 17, 1655, to the Directors General and Council of the New Nether- 
lands, and of a remonstrance signed by Abraham de Lucena and others, 
dated, March 10th, 1656. In the Documentary History of the State of New 
York, Vol. 1 ., Governor Andros, in his answers to certain inquiries about New 
York, in 1678, included Jews amongst the inhabitants, and in Vol. 3, mention 
is made of the Rev. Abraham de Lucena, applying as a Jewish Minister, to His 
Excellency Governor Hunter, in 1710, to be exempted from Militia and civil 
city duties, stating that these privileges had been allowed to his predecesors. 
The first minutes of congregational affairs at present in possession of the 
Congregation " Shearith Israel," written in Spanish and English, are dated 
Tishree 20th, 5489 — 1728, and have reference to certain wholesome rules and 
regulations, adopted, 5466—1706, twenty-three years previous. Before the 



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erection of a regular Synagogue, prayers were read in a frame building 
in Mill Street, in the first Ward, about 100 feet east of the lot on which 
the first Synagogue was built in 54S9 — 1729, and consecrated on the eve 
of the 7th day of Pesach, 5490 — 1730. This place of worship was taken 
down, re-built on the same site in 5377 — 1817, and consecrated on the eve of 
Shabat Hagadole, 5578 — 1818, the Congregation, in the interim, worshipping 
in a large room in an engine house in Beaver Street, a few doors west of 
Broad Street. During the prevalence of the yellow fever, in 1 822, service 
■was performed in a school-house, corner of Henry and Oliver Streets. In 
the spring of 5593 — 1833, the property in Mill and Beaver Streets was sold, 
but the materials of the old Synagogue having been reserved by the Trustees, 
were, as far as possible, used in the erection of the present place of worship 
in Crosby Street, which was consecrated on the eve of the first day of She- 
buot, 5594 — 1834. The Congregation worshipped in the meanwhile in a large 
room flfted up for that purpose, over the New York Dispensary, corner of 
"White and Centre Streets, which, without interruption, has ever since been 
used by various congregations as a temporary Synagogue. The first 
Beth Haim, as far as is known, was on the corner of Madison and Oliver 
Streets purchased in 5441 — 1681, and stood on a high hill adjoining the 
ground purchased in 1729 — 5483, extending to Chatham Street, then called 
the Kings High Way. Interment having been prohibited by the Common. 
Council, a portion of this ground that had not been used was sold, and the 
entrance made in Oliver Street facing Henry Street. The 2nd Beth Haim, 
in Eleventh Street, near 6th Avenue. The 3rd Beth Haim in Twenty-first 
Street, near 6th Avenue, was dedicated November, 5589 — 1829. Interment 
was discontinued in accordance with an ordinance of the Common Council, 
prohibiting burial in tlie City, in 5611 — 1851, The 4th Beth Haim now in use 
is situated on Long Island in Kings and Queens Counties opposite Cypress 
Hill Cemetery, 5 miles from Williamsburg ferry, consisting of nearly 7 
acres, dedicated August 3rd, 5311 — 1851. Chartered by the Legislature, 
5613—1853 

Synagogue, Crosby Street between Spring and Broome Streets • 
Minister, Rev. J, J. Lyons. President, Mr. Benjn. Nathan. 

TIME FOR COMMENCING SABBATH. 



FROM 



AT 



FROM 



TILL 



AT 



Jan. 22 
Feb. 22 


Feb. 22 
March 15 


^ past 4. 
5. 


July 
Aug. 


22 
22 


Aug. 
Sept. 


22 
15 


1 past 6. 
6 


March 15 
April 8 
May 1 
May 15 


April 8 
May 1 
May 15 
July 22 


•J past 5. 

6. 
i past 6. 

1. 


Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


15 

8 

1 

22 


Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Jan. 


8 

1 

22 

22 


■J past 5. 

5 
i past 4. 

4. 



This calculation was made by the Rev. Joseph Jeshurun Pinto, 
in 5519 — 1759, for the meridian of New York, and confirmed by 
an Ascama of the Trustees of K. K. Shearith Israel. It may, with 
a slight variation, be made to answer for all the Northern States. 

TIME FOR COMMENCING SERVICE. 

Morning service, daily, from the day after Kipoor 1 o'clock. 

1st of November,. 8 " 

1st of March, 1^ « 

1st of May, 1 

During the season of early morning Selichot, Shachrit is read 
immediately after Selichot. 



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Sabbath and Holydays . . mT'^aT 8 o'clock, 

Rosh Hashanah " 7 *' 

Kipoor " 6 " 

Hoehaanah Rabah " 1 " 

Purim " 8 " 

Tishabeab, " 1 " 

AfterDOon Service, Sabbath | g^iniour before the established time 

HI d" \ for commenciDg Sabbath. 

Ereb Kipoor at 1 o'clock. 
Afternoon and Evening Services daily, at the hour of commen- 
cing the previous Sabbath. 

II. K. K. B-NAI JESHURUK pnw^ ^3n 
Polish Minhag. Organized, 5586 — 1825. Synagogue, Greene 
Street between Houston and Bleecker Streets. Consecrated, Sep- 
tember, 5612. Burial grounds, 1st. in Thirty second Street near 
6th Avenue, no longer in use. 2nd. On Long Island adjoining that 
of the congregation Shearith Israel. Ministers, Rev. Dr. M. J. 
Raphall, Rabbi Preacher; Rev. Ansel Leo, Reader. President, 
Mr. David Sampson. Time for commencing Sabbath, the same as 
Congregation Shearith Israel. Time for commencing Service; — 
Morning Service daily from Pesah to Rosh Hodesh Heshvan ^ past 
6 ; from Rosh Hodesh Heshvan to Pesah, 7 : Sabbaths and Holy- 
days from Tishree to Pesah, ^ past 8 ; from Pesah to Sabbath 
Teshubah, 8 ; Rosh Hashanah, 6 ; Kipoor, ^ past 5 ; Hoshaanah 
Rabah, -| past 6 : Purim, 7 ; Tishabeab, 6 ; Afternoon Service, 
Sabbaths and Holydays, 4. Afternoon and Evening Service daily 
at the hour of commencing the previous Sabbath. 

IIL K. K. ANSHE CHESED. ivn ^w^x 

German Minhag. Organized. 5590 — 1830. Synagogue, N"orfolk 
Street between Stanton and Houston Streets, Consecrated, May 
6610. Burial Ground, near Cypress Hill Cemetery, on Long 
Island- Ministers, Rev. Dr. M. Lilienthal, Honorary Rabbi ; Rev. 
L. Sternberger, 1st Reader ; Rev. J. Hecht, 2nd Reader. President, 
Mr. E. A. Stern. 

Time for commencing Sabbath, see Congregation Shearith Israel. 

Time for commencing Service, Morning Service daily from Pesah 
to Rosh Hodesh Heshvan, 6 ; from Rosh Hodesh Heshvan to Pesah, 
7 ; Sabbath and Holydays, from Pesah to Rosh Hodesh Heshvan, 8 ; 
from Rosh Hodesh Heshvan to Pesah, •^- past 8 ; Rosh Hashanah, ^ 
past 6 ; Kipoor, | past 5 ; Hoshaanah Rabali, 6 ; Purim, 6 ; Tisha- 
beab, 6. Afternoon Service, on Sabbaths and Holydays, 4 o'clock ; 
Ereb Kipoor, 3 o'clock. Afternoon and Evening Service, daily at 
the hour of commencing previous Sabbath. 

IV. K. K. SHAARAI TSEDEK. pi)t '-\if)2; 

Polish Minhag. Organized, 5600 — 1839. Synagogue, 38 Henry 
Street. Burial ground in Yorkville, 86th street. Minister Rev. H, 
A. Henry. President, Mr. Joseph Levy. 



163 

Time for commencing Sabbath, see Congregation Shearith Israel. 

Time for commencing Service, Morning Service daily in the sum- 
mer, 6. In the winter, 7. Sabbaths and Holydays in the summer, 
8, In the -winter, ^ past 8. Eosh Hashanah, Kipoor, Purim and 
Tishabeab at 6. Hoshaanah Rabah ^ past 5. Afternoon Service, 
Sabbath and Holydays, in the summer, 4. In the winter, 3. Ereb 
Kipoor at one o'clock. Afternoon and Evening Service daily at the 
hour of commencing the previous Sabbath. 

V. K. K. SHAAR HASHAMAYIM. D^aurr t^),^ 

German Minhag. Organized 5601 — 1841. Synagogue, 122 
Attorney Street between Rivington and Stanton Streets. Burial 
Ground in Salem fields Cemetery, near Cypress Hill Cemetery 
adjoining the Beth Haim of Congregation Bnai Jeshurun. Ministers, 
Rev. Dr. M, Lilienthal, Honorary Rabbi ; Rev. J. Falkenstein, 
Hazan. President, Mr. Moses "Wallach. 

Time for commencing Sabbath and Service, see Congregation 
jinshe Ghesed. 

VI K K RODEF SHALOM, aibu' f)ni-i 

German Minhag. Organized, 5603 — 1842. Synagogue, Clinton 
Street, between Houston and Stanton Streets. Burial ground, 
adjoining that of Congregation Anshe Chesed. Minister, Rev. 
N. Davidson, President, Mr. H. T. Weinschenk. 

Time for commencing Sabbath and Service, see Congregation 
Anshe Chesed 

Yl\. K. K. IMANUEL. bxiwy 

Organized, 5605 — 1845. Synagogue, 56 Chrystie Street between 
Walker and Hester Streets ; soon to be removed to 12th Street 
between 3rd and 4th Avenues, Burial ground, Salem fields Ceme- 
tery, north side of Brooklyn and Jamaica roads, adjoining that of 
the Congregation Bnai Jeshurun. Ministers, Rev, L. Mertzbacher, 
Preacher ; Rev. A. Rubin, Reader. President, Mr. A. Michelbacher. 

VIII. K. K. SHAARAI TEFILLAH. nbsn nyu' 
Polish JNIinhag. Organized, 5606 — 1846. Synagogue, 112 
Wooster Street between Spring and Prince Streets. Burial 
ground, 105th Street, on the 5th Avenue Road. Minister, Revd. 
Samuel M. Isaacs. President, Mr. John I. Hart. Time for com- 
mencing Sabbath same as Congregation Shearith Israel. 

Time for commencing Service, the same as Congregation Bnai 
Jeshurun except Morning Service on Sabbaths and Holydays -J past 
8 throughout the year ; Kipoor, 5 , Hoshaanah Rabah, 7 ; Tishabeab, 
7. 

IX. K. K. BETH ISRAEL, bH^^v^ tri 
Polish Minhag, Organized, 5606 — 1846, Synagogue, at present 
over the New York Dispensary, shortly to be removed to 5 6 Chrys- 
tie Street between Walker and Hester Streets. Burial ground in 
Yorkville. Minister, Vacant. President, Mr. S. Pinner. 

l2 



164 

Time for commencing Sabbath and Service, the same as in Con- 
gregation Shaaray Tsedek. 

X. K. K BENAI ISRAEL, bx-ny^ *2n 
Netherland Congregation. Organized 5601 — 184Y. Synagogue 
63 Chrystie Street, between Walker and Hester Streets. Burial 
ground in Yorkville 95th street. Minister, Rev. M. S. Cohen. 
President, Mr. Phillip Levi. Time for commencing Service and 
Sabbath same as Congregation Shaaray Tsedek. 

XL K. K. AHABAT CHESED. nnn n:inii 
Bohemian Minhag. Organized, 5608 — 1848. Synagogue, 83 
Ridge Street. Burial ground in Cypress Hill Cemetery, Minister, 
Rev. Falkman Teberich, President, Mr. Ignatz Stein. 

Time for commencing Sabbath and Service the same as in Con- 
gregation Anshe Chesed. 

XIL K. K. SHAARAI RACHAMIM. D^ram -ij^ty 

German Minhag. Organized 5609 — 1849. Synagogue, 156 
Attorney Street, between Stanton and Houston Streets. Burial 
ground in Cypress Hill Cemetery. Minister Rev. L. Heilner. 
President, Mr. B. Federlein. 

Time for commencing Sabbath and service the same as Con- 
gregation Anshe Chesed. 

XHL K. K. BIKOOR CHOLIM. a^bm n^p:! 

German Minhag. Organized 5610 — 1849. Synagogue, 514 
Pearl Street, in Monroe Hall, corner of Centre Street. Burial 
ground, 93rd street in Yorkville. Minister, Rev. Wolf Stamper. 
President, Mr. Isaac Levy. 

Time for commencing Sabbath and Service the same as in Con- 
gregation Shaaray Tsedek. 

XIV. K. K BETH ABRAHAM, amnw no 

Polish Minhag. Organized 5611 — 1850. Synagogue, 9 Henry 
Street. Burial ground in Cypress Hill Cemetery. Minister, Rev. 
L. Kantrowiez. President, Mr. Isaac Peiser. 

XV. K. K. BETH EL. bn no 
German Minhag. Organized 5613 — 1852. Synagogue, No. 1104 
Broadway, near 33rd Street. Burial ground, adjoining that of the 
Imanuel congregation. Minister. Rev. T Schieckler. President Mr. 
Edward Natlian. 

XVL K. K. BETH ELOHIM. a^pbN n^n 
Polish Minhag. Organized 5614 — 1853. Synagogue, 51 Divi- 
sion Street. Burial ground, (none as yet). Minister, Rev. 
Jeracliiniel Chuck. President, Mr. M. Greenthal, 

XVIL K. K. NEVEH TSEDEK. pi)i ma 
This is, properly speaking, a Society for mutual benefit and char- 
itable purposes, with a room fitted up as a Synagogue in No. 9, 
Henry Street. Burial ground adjoining that of congregation Beth 



165 

Abraham. President of the Society, Mr, Shillink, Mulberry Street. 
Presiding oflScer in Synagogue, Mr. Jaffe. 

XYIII K. K. B'NAI ZION". irv*D3 
German Minhag. Organized 5614 — 1853. Synagogue, 202 Hous- 
ton Street. President, Dr. Weiler. Minister, Rev. J. Leon. 

XIX. BETH HAIVODRASH. w')nr2:i n^3 
Polish Minhag. Organized Sivan 5612 — 1852. Location, in 
Monroe Hall, 514 Peaii Street, corner of Centre. President Mr. 
Isidore Raphael, 405 Pearl Street. Minister, Rabbi Abraham J. 
Myers. Burial ground, near Cypress Hill Cemetery, adjoining the 
Congregations Anshe Chesed, and Rodef Shalom. 

Time for commencing Service : — Morning Service, daily. In the 
Winter at day light. In tlie Summer at 6 o'clock. Sabbath during 
the year, half past 7. Afternoon Service always at r^mr:! 10T 

The time intervening the afternoon and evening services is devoted 
to the study and discussion of the Law and tlie Talmud. The place 
is always open for the free use of the Library, and a competent 
person is in attendance to answer questions on Dinim, (fee. 

XX. BETH HAMIDRASH (POLISH.) ba-^^" ^n"? irn-ran n^i 

Organized, Heshvan 5613. Location, 132 Walker Street. Pre- 
sident, Mr. J. Middleman. Burial ground in Cypress Hill Cemetery. 

Time for commencing service the same as the preceding Beth 
Hamidrash. 

CHARITABLE AND EDUCATIONAL SOCIETIES. 

1. riDKT TDn mnn For' visiting the sick, attendance at funerals and 
at the house of mourning ; attached to the congregation Shearith 
Israel. Organized, 5562 — 1802. President, Mr. Isaac Phillips. 

2. Polonies Talmud Torah attached to congregation Shearith 
Israel, imder supervision of the Trustees. Organized, 5568 — 1808. 
School in the basement of the Synagogue in Crosby Street. 

3. Female Hebrew Benevolent Society of congregation Shearith 
Israel. Organized, 5580 — 1820. First Directress, Mrs. J. J. Lyons 

4. u'32 nn-trn man Hchreio Benevolent Society. Organized, 5582 — 
1822. President, Mr. H. Arouson. 

5. nDn nib*?33 mnn Hebrew Mutual Benefit Society. Organized 
5586—1826. President, Mr. A. S. Vanpra'ag. , 

6. Society for the Education of Poor Children and relief of In- 
digent Persons. Organized, 5588 — 1828. Attached to the con- 
gregation Shearith Israel. President, Mr. L. I. Cohen. 

7. u'npn noinn nnnn Society to collect and transmit funds to the 
poor of the Holy Land. Organized, 5592 — 1832. President Mr. 
Solomon I. Isaacs. 

8. a'TiK naiHK mnn attached to the congregation Anshe Chesed. 
Organized, 5592—1832. President, Mr. L. Rotacher. 



166 

9. nax bii/ ton mV-oa n'^:in Hebrew Mutual Benefit Society 
attached to the congregation Shaarai Tsedek. Organized, 5601 — 
1851. President, Mr. Isaac Levy. 

10. The Me7idelsohn Mutual Benefit and Burial Society. Or- 
ganized in 1842, Burial ground in Salem's fields' Cemetery. 
President, Mr. Jonas Heller. 

11. The Montefiore Mutual Benefit Society, for the relief of 
Widows, Orphans and the sick. Organized, 5601 — 1841. Presi- 
dent, Mr. I. D. Walter. 

12. n:2KT "rrrt d-itd m:3n Ladies' Benevolent Society of the Con- 
gregation Shaaray Tephilah. Organized, 5603 — 1843. President, 
Mrs. J. M. Davies. 

18. Ladies' Hehrah, of the congregation Shearith Israel, for 
attendance on the sick and the dead. Organized, 5601 — 1841. 
President, Miss Zipporah Hart. 

14. The German Hebrew Benevolent Society. Organized, 5604 — 
1844. President, Mr, Joseph Seligman. 

15. Ladies' Benevolent Sewing Society. Organized, 560*7 — 1847. 
President, Miss. J. Palache. 

16. a-nK nnnx min Society of Brotherly Love, attached to the 
congregation Bnai Israel. Organized, 5601 — 1847. President, Mr 
H. B.Herts. 

17. Bachelors' Hebrew Benevolent Loam Association. Organized 
5608—1847. President, Mr. B. Benrimo. 

18. li'Tpn n?2Tin mnn of the congregation B'nai Israel, to collect 
and transmit funds to the poor of the Holy Land. Organized, 
5608—1848. President, Mr. J. A. Leon. 

19. Young Meii's Hebrew Berievolent Association, for the distri- 
bution of fuel during the winter. Organized, 5609 — 1849. Presi- 
dent, Mr. H. B. Hierts. 

20. B'nai Jeshurun Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society, for the 
benefit of indigent females. Organized, 5609 — 1848. President, 
Mrs. David Sampson. 

21. n^npT D'bin mpl 7\''\'2n Mutual Benefit Society, attached to 
the congregation Bikur Holim. Organized, 5610 — 1849. Presi- 
dent, Mr. Joseph Levy. 

22. 3£utual Benefit and Burial Society, of the congregation 
Shaaray Tephilah. Organized, 5610 — 1850. President, Mr. John 
I. Hart. 

23. a^anni* D^yi mirt Society of Brotherly Love. Organized, 
5610—1860. President, Mr. S. Hyams. 

24. ^D^ "boia mnn attached to the congregation Imanuel, for 
attendance on tlie sick and the dc.ad. Organized, 5611 — 1851. 
President, Rev. Dr. Mertzbacher. 

25. "JDn "bona "ira r\'^1'n Ladies Society, attached to the Congrega- 
tion Imanuel, for attendance on the sick and the dead. Organized, 
5611—1851. President, Rev. Dr. Mertzbacher. 

26. TJie Bnai Jeshurun Educational Institute. Organized, 5612 
— 1852, School house, adjoining the Greene Street Synagogue. 



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President, Mr. Joseph Fatman. Superintendent, Rev. Dr. M. J. 
Raphall. 

27. m^obxT □^oiD" mTj; 'n Widow and Orphan Society, attached 
to the congregation Anshe Chesed. President, Mr. Marx Wash. 

28. bxnir* "32 r\'"MW 'n for attendance on the sick, attached to the 
congregation Shaar Hashamajim. President, Mr. S. Oppen- 
heiraer. 

29. □"bin "iipn 'n attached to the congregation Rodeph Shalome. 
President, Mr. Marx Wash. 

30. zy^'i nnnx 'n attached to the congi-egation Rodeph Shalome. 
President, Mr. A. Semel. 

81. nvriN nnnn 'n attached to the congregation Shaar Hasha- 
mayira. President, Mr. S. Rosenfeld. 

82. mpn -nyty 'n attached to the congregation Anshe Chesed. 
President, IMr. N. Rossman. 

33. Hebrew Young Men's Literary Association. Organized, 
1851. President. Mr. Isaac Seligman. 

34. Hebreio and English School, attached to the congregation 
Rodeph Shalome. Mr. H. American, Superintendent. 

85. n:iDK "WIN 'n Mutual Benefit Society, attached to the congre- 
gation Shaaray Rachamim. President, Mr. Isaac Jeitels. 

86. The Constitutional Grand Lodge, over the subordinate 
lodges in the Union, of the order of nnn -23. Grand "lU' H. Jonas, 
residing in New York. 

37. The District Grand Lodge of the order of nnn "an. Grand 
ax N-^s Dr. S. Waterman. 

88. The Jewish Dispensary, a private charitable enterprise of 
some of the medical men of the Jewish Religion. Established 
5612—1852. President, S. Abrahams, M. D. 

89. D'-'-n xv ""nnn Mutual Benefit Society, attached to the con- 
gregation Bnai Israel. Organized, 5612 — 1852. President, Mr. 
Joel Isaacs. 

40. The Jews' Hospital of New York. Organized, 5612—1852. 
Hospital, 28th Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues. President, 
Mr. Sampson Simpson. 

41. The Jewish Theological Seminary and Scientific Institutio7i. 
Organized, 5612- — 1852. President, Mr. Sampson Simson. 

42. The Jews Orphan and Indigent Asylum, in New York. 
Organized, 5612 — 1852. President, Mr. Sampson Simson. 

43. Hebrew National School, attached to the congregation 
Shaaray Tsedek. Organized, 5613 — 1853. School house, in the 
rear of the Synagogue in Henry Street. Superintendent, Rev 
H. A. Henry, 

44. The North American Relief Society, for the indigent Jews 
in Palestine. Organized, 5613 — 1853. President, Mr. Sampson 
Simson. 

47. NORFOLK, (Virginia.) 

Prayer Meeting Rosh Shanah, 5607-1846, Synagogue conse- 
crated, 1851. 




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48. PANAMA, (New Grenada.) 
Hebrew Benevolent Society, founded 1852. 

49. PHILADELPHIA, (Pensylvania.) 

1. K. K. MICVEH ISRAEL. V«-)tt^» mpo 

Portuguese Minhag. Established 1782. Synagogue in Cherry 
Street, above 3rd Street They have been worshipping on this site 
for nearly 72 years. Minister, Rev. S. Morais. President, Mr. 
Abraham Hart. Time for commencing Sabbath, the same as 
the Portuguese Congregation in New York. Morning Service on 
Sabbath and Holidays, 9^ o'clock, commencing from nD^3. Zemirot 
at half past eight. 

2. K. K. EODEPH SHALOME. mW >nin 

German Minhag. Organized, 5562 — 1802. Synagogue in Juliana 
Street, near Callow-hill Street. Consecrated, :£lool, 1847. The 
Congregation numbers 71 members and 130 seat holders. Ministers, 
Rev. Isidore Frankel, Rev. Dr. B. Illowy Lecturer. President, 
Mr. Joseph Einstein. The Mikvah (legal bath) is on the south west 
part of the Synagogue building, and the School for Hebrew, Eng- 
lish, and German instruction is in the basement, under charge of 
Dr. B. Illowy. 

3. K. K. BETH ISRAEL. ^«^ii^» n»i 

Polish Minhag. Synagogue in Crown Street, between Race and 
Vine Streets, consecrated March, 5604 — 1849. Minister, Rev. 
Gabriel Pappe. President, Mr. Hyman Polock. 

4. K. K. KENESETH ISRAEL. »?«nti;» ddjd 

German Minhag. Established, 1847. Synagogue in New Mar- 
ket Street near Noble Street, at present worshipping in Fourth 
Street above Vine. Minister, Rev. L. Naumberg. President, 
Mr. J. Stern. 

5. K. K. B'NAI ISRAEL. bi^-\m> 'jn 

Netherland congregation, organized, 1847. Synagogue, corner 
South, on Cedar and George Streets. Minister, Rev. Jacob Lipman. 
President, Mr. H. De Boer. 

BURIAL PLACES. 

1st. In Spruce Street, belonging to Iv. K. Micveh Israel no 
longer in use. 

2nd. New Beth Haim, in Federal Street, District of Southwark. 

3rd. In the District of Kensington, belonging to Rodeph Shal- 
ome, no longer in use. 

4th. In Nice Town, 4 miles from Philadelphia, property of K. K. 
Rodeph Shalome, now in use and nearly filled. 

5tb. On Frankford road, property of K. K. Rodeph Shalome, 



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SOCIETIES. 

1. United liehreto Beneficient Society. Organized, 5582 — 1822, 
President, Mr. J. L. Moss. 

2. United Hebrew Beneficent Fuel and Savings Societg. Organ- 
ized, 5602—1842. President, Mr. D. Pesoa. 

3. The Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society. Organized, 1819. 
President, Mrs. R. Hayes. 

4. The Widow and Orphan Society. Organized, 5604 — 1844. 

5. Hebrah Hased Vee^net for attendance on the sick and the 
dead. Organized, 5604 — 1844. President, Mr. M. Engel. 

6. Hebreio Ladies' Sewing Society, Organized, 1838. First Di- 
rectress, Miss Bluma Hart. 

7. German Ladies Benevolent Society. Organized, 5605 — 1845 
President, Mrs. Goldman. 

8. American Jewish Publication Society. Organized, 5606 — 1846. 
President, Mr. Abm. Hart. 

9. Hebrew Sunday School. Instituted, 5598 — 1838. Superin- 
tendent, Miss Rebecca Gratz. 

10. Hebrah Bikur Holim Ugmilut Hasadim. Organized, 1814. 
President, Mr. H. N". Phillips. 

11. Hebrew JEducation Society. Organized, 5608 — 1848. Presi- 
dent, Mr. Soln. Solis. 

12. Young Men's Society. Organized 1841. Mr. M. Goldman, Pres, 

13. Hebrew Literary Association. Organized, 5610 — 1850, 
President, S. Van Biel. 

14. The Independent Order of the BnaiBerith.consi&img of three 
Lodges and nearly 800 members. Organized, 1850. 

15. Mount Sinai Cemetery Association. Organized, 5613—1853. 
President, Henry Mayer. Cemetery near Frankford, dedicated in 
December, 5614 — 1853. 

16. Hebrew School attached to the Rodeph Shalom congregation. 
Teachers, Dr. J. lilowy, and Mr. Straass. 

17. Hebreio School of K. K. Keneseth Israel, 3 times a week 
by Rev. L. Naumberg. 

60. PITTSBURG, (Pensylvania.) 

K. K. SHAAR HASHAMAYIM. o^atr^n nrii^ 

German Minhag. Organized, 5608—1848. Minister. Rev. E. 
Marcussohn. President, Mr. L. Jaroslawski. Burial place, acro33 
the river in Allghany City. 

51. POUGHKEEPSIE, (New York.) 
Organized congregation in 5611 — 1851. 

52. PTJERTO CABELLO, (Venezuella.) 

Portuguese Mnhag, Service on Kipoor day, (probably the first 
time with loo at the house of Mr. David Lobo, in 5614, present 14. 

53. RICHMOND, (Virginia.) 



1^0 
1. K. K. BETH SHALOME. c=)iVu^ n>i 

Portuguese Minhag. Organized, 5651 — 1791. Synagogue, in 
Mayo Street above Franklin. President, Mr. Jacob Levy. Burial 
places, 1st. Grant of Isaiah Isaacs in 5553 — 1793, in Franklin 
near 21st Street. 2nd, Grant of the city of Richmond in 5576— 
1816, on Shockoe hill near the poor-house. 

• 2. K. K. BETH AHABA. nnn« na 

German Minhag. Organized, 5601 — 1841. Synagogue, in 
Eleventh, near Marshall, Street. Minister, Rev. M. Michelbacher. 
President, Mr, E. Strauss. 

SOCIETIES. 

1st. Hebrew Beneficial Society attached to the Portuguese con- 
gregation. Organized, 5612 — 1852. President, Mr. I. Schriver. 

2nd. Hebrew and Eriglish Institute attached to the Portuguese 
congregation. Incorporated, 5608—1848. President, Mr. I. 
Schriver. 

54. ROCHESTEE, (New York.) 

Congregation organized, 5607 — 1847. Minister, Rev. M. Doski, 
(in 5612). President, Mr. I. Katz. 

SOCIETY. 

Ladies Hebreio Benevolent Society. 

56. SCSAMENTO, (California.) 

\ / Organized congregation, 5614 — 1853. First Hebrew Benevolent 
\ /Society. Organized, 6610 — 1860, possessing a Beth Haim. 

f 56. SAN DIEGO, (South portion of California.) 

y First Jewish Service, Rosh Shanah, 5612—1851. 

57. SAN FRANCISCO, (California.) 

\/ First assembly for prayers was on Rosh Shanah, 5610 — 1849. 

1. K. K. IMANUEL. h^Mn)) 

Organized, 5611 — 1851. Synagogue in Kearney Street, between 
Pine and Bush Streets. President, Mr. Henry Seligman. 

/ 2. K. K. SHEARITH ISRAEL. h^-\^^ mni^ti^ 

Organized, 6611 — 1851. Synagogue in Kearney Street, near 
Broadway. President, Mr. I. Solomons. 

3, K. K. SHAAR ASHAMAIM. 

Portuguese Minhag. Organized, September 5613 — 1863. First 
Beth Haim was purchased and enclosed in 1850. 



m 

SOCIETIES. 

1. Hebrew Benevolent Society. Organized, 1850. President, Mr. 
Lewis Cohen. 

This Society purchased a Beth Haim in April 1850. 

2. The Eureka Society consisting of German Jews, established in 
October 1850. 

58. SAVANNAH, (GeorgiaO 

K. K. MIKVEH ISRAEL. ^«iti;» mpo 

Portuguese Minhag. Organized, 1733. Chartered in 1790. — 
Synagogue, corner of Whitacker and Liberty Streets. Minister, 
Rev. J. Rosenfeld. President, Colonel J. De La Motta. 

Beth Haim conveyance made and executed in the 13th of George 
III, a grant of Mr. M. Sheftall. In July 1787, a wall was erected 
around it by the Society Meshebat Nephesh. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society. Solomon Cohen, Esq., President ; A. 
Einstein, Esq., Vice-President. 

Ladies Sewing Society. For the relief of poor female Israelites. 
Miss Ann DeLyon, first directress. 

Savannah Hebrew Sunday School. Mrs Solomon Cohen, Super- 
intendent. 

69,S0N0RA, (Califoniia.)'^/ 

Organized Congregation/ 

60, SPANISH TOWN, (Jamaica.) 

K K. NEVEH SHALOM. diW nu 

Portuguese Minhag, President, Mr. Isaac Levy. 
/61. STOCKTON, (California.) 

Organized Congregation. Society of Lovely Nation, for attend- 
ance on the sick and the dead. President, Mr. I. Zachariah, 

62. ST. LOUIS, (Missouri.) 

1. Polish Congregation. Organized 5602 — 1842. Synagogue in 
Fifth Street, near Green. Burial Place, one mile from the Court 
House. 

2. K. K. B'NAI EL. hvK ui 

Organized 5613 — 1853. This is a union of two formerly exist- 
ing congregations, viz: The Immanuel, Bavarian Minhag, and the 
B'nai Berith, Bohemian. Synagogue to be erected in Sixth Street, 
very near its intersection with Cierre Street, Minister, Revd, L. 
Schwarzkopf. President, Mr, Singer. This Congregation numbers 
about 60 active members. The number of Jews in the city is esti- 
mated at from 600 to 700 souls. Hebrah Meshibat Nephesh was 
founded November 1 842. 

63. ST. THOMAS, (Danish West Indies,) 

M 



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K. K. BERAHAH VESHALOME UGMILUTH 
HASADIM. DHDn niV'DJi di'pu^i nDii 

Portuguese Minhag. Synagogue on Bery's Hill. Burial places ; 
let In back of All street, no longer in use. 2nd, On the road to 
the Gregory Bay. Minister, Revd. Solomon Levee Maduro. Pre- 
sident, Mr. Jacob H. Osorio. 

64. SURINAM, (Dutch Guiana.) 

1. K. K. BERAHAH VESHALOME. Q^hm^ nD^i 

Portuguese Minhag. Synagogue on the Jew Savanah, situated 
on the Surinam River. 

2. K. K. TSEDEK VESHALOME. c:^bm^ pnv 

Portuguese Minhag. Synagogue fronting Graave street, in the 
City of Paramaribo. 

3. K. K. NEVEH SHALOME. C2^\>m mj 

New Synagogue fronting Keyzer street, in the City of Para- 
maribo, was built on the old site and consecrated, Nissan 80, 
5691 — May 5, ISSY. The three Burial places of the two latter con- 
gregations are on the Graave street, above the Viotti bridge, on 
the road to Quatta. Earliest organization in 1664. 

65. SYRACUSE, (New York.) 

K. K. KENESET SHALOME. oiVir^ ddjd 

Organized, 5606 — 1846. Synagogue in Mulberry Street, con- 
secrated September 19, 1851. President, Mr. I. H. Bronner. 
Hebra JthabaC Ahim. — W. Henocksberg, President. 
Hehra Bodef Hesed. — I. Garson, President. 
Zadies Benevolent Society. — Mrs. F. Bamberger, President. 

66. TALBOTTON, (Georgia.) 

Congregational Union. Hebrew Benevolent Society. President, 

Mr. Morris Selig. 

67. TORONTO, (Canada West.) 
Organized Congregation. 

68. UTICA, (New York.) 

Organized Congregation. Synagogue in Hotel Street. Minister 
Rev. P. Rosenthal. 

69. VICKSBURG, (Mississippi.) 
Organized Congregation. 

70. WASHINGTON, (District of Columbia.) 

The Washington Hebrew Congregation. President, Mr. J. Frie- 
denwald. 



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n. WHEELING, (Virginia.) 

Congregation organized for worship, 5610 — 1849. Temporary 
Synagogue in "Washington Hall, corner of Market and Monroe 
Streets. Burial place on the Northern Hill. President, Mr. Julius 
Ballenberg. Minister, Rev. J. Solo mono wietz. 

72. WILKESBAEaE, (Pensylvania.) 

K. K. B'NAI BEPJTH. nnn »n 

Organized, 5605 — 1845. German Minhag. Synagogue con- 
secrated August, 5609 — 1849. Burial ground, in town, bought in 
1845. The congregation numbers 30 members. Minister, Rev. H. 
Rubin. President, Mi. Joseph Coons. 

73. WILLIAMSBUEG, (Long Island, New York.) 

K. K. BETH ISRAEL. ^«nty»no 

Synagogue in Eighth Street, between North First and Grand 
Streets. Consecrated August 1st, 1852. Burial place in South 
Thu-d, between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets. Minister, Rev. T, 
Eisenman. President, Mr. A. Cristellar. 

74. WILMINGTON, (North Carolina.) 
Charitable Society in 1852. 

75. WOODVILLE, (Mississippi.) 
Organized Congregation. 

76. YORK, (Pensylvania.) 
Organized Congregation. 



LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS 

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ALBANY, NEW YORK. 
Spannier, L., 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. 
Brand, H., 
Levy, Lewis, 
Mayer, Isaac, 
Phillips, B., 
Sarling, Isaac, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
Judah, D. 

BOSTON, MASS. 
Ehrlich, M., 
Goldsmith, W., for K. K 

Ohabei Shalom. 
Markwald, S., 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 
Alexander, S., 
Bennett, S., 
Brown, Michael, 
Burger, Victor, 
Friedenberg, Monie, 
Getskey, J. M., 
Grunwald, A., 
Hart, H., 
Jacobs, B., 
Lazarus, Nathan, 
Lessler, Joseph, 

Noah, M. W., 3 

Strass, Albert, 2 

Zinsheinier, H., 

BIRMINGHAM. 
Rev. A. P. Mendes, 
Sundry Subscribers, 20 

CASSVILLE, GEORGIA. 
Levy, Samuel, 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 
Jacobs, Rev. S., 
Mayer, Rev. D. M. S 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 
Barbe, B., 



Bestman, S., 
Frank, E., 
Frankel, S., 
Friesleben, I., 
Goodman, R., 
Grunebaum, J., Senior. 
Horner, H., 
Kohn, A., 
Liebenstein, S., 
Meyer, L,, 
Rosenberg, I., 
Rosenfeld, L., 
Shlossman, S., 
Shaefer, W., 
Spiegel, S., 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, 
Freedman, Joseph, 
HAMBURG, S. CAROLINA. 
Levy, Abm., 
McGire, S., 

KINGSTON, JAMAICA. 
Belinfante. R. C, 3 

Sarfaty, M., 

LONDON. 
Rev. D. A. De Sola, 
Sundry Subscribers, 30 

MOBILE, ALABAMA. 
Foreheimer, J., 
Foreheimer, M., 
Jones, Israel I., 
Morrison, H., 

Morrison, Joseph, 2 

Salomon, Col. D. 3 

MONTREAL. 
The Synagogue, 
Ascher, G. I. 
Barnard, G., 
Benjamin, G., 
Benjamin, H., 
Benjamin, H. Jun., 



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Benjamin, L., 


Samuel, A., 




Benjamin, M., 


Samuel, L., 




Benjamin, S., 


Samuel, M., 




Benjamin, W., 


Silverman, S., 




Bibo, L., 


Solomon, Mrs. C, 




Brahadie, A., 


Solomon, Adolphus, 




Bresler, A., 


Solomon, L. 




Cohen, E, A., 


Solomon, M. 




Cohendale, E., 


Solomons, H. 




David, A. H., M.D, 


Sternberg, W. 




David, E. D., 


Warner, S. B., 




David, M. E., 


Wenk, Mrs. J., 




Davis, I., 


Worms, S., 




Dawson, B., 10 


NEW ORLEANS. 




Drake, R, 


Goldsmith, L., 




Hart, Mrs. A. T., 5 


Haber, Abm., 




Hart, Aaron E., 


Hart, Isaac, 


10 


Hart, Benjamin, 


Kursheedt, G. 


20 


Hart, Craig, 


NEW YORK, 




Hart, Miss E., 


Abecasis, Judah, S., 


5 


Hart, H. J., 


Abendanon, Mrs. G., 




Hart, Simon, 


Abrahams, Jacob, 


6 


Hart, S. B., 


Abrahams, Simeon, M.D. 


6 


Helmuth, Rev. per G. B., 


Arnold, L., 




Hort, A., 2 


Bach, J. L., 




Hyman, S., 2 


Belais, S., 




Joseph, Mrs. R., 


Bennet, J J., 




Joseph, A., 8 


Benrimo, B., 




Joseph, G., 3 


Block, Mrs. Abby, 




Joseph, J. H. 


Blumenthal, L., 


3 


Joseph, J., 


Brandon, A. R., 


5 


Joseph, Miss Sarah , 


Brandon, Edward, 




Kortosk, R. 


Brandon, Isaac L., 


5 


Levy, Alexr., 


Brandon, Joseph, 


2 


Levey, John, 


Brandon, Joseph, R., 


6 


Mayer, M., 


Cardozo, Abraham, H., 




Mayer, Morris, 


Cardozo, Albert, 




jNIayer, L, 


Cardozo, M. H., 




Mayer, Leopold, 


Cohen, I. B., 




Mendels, E., 


Cohen, D. S., 


3 


Moss, D., 2 


Cohen, Lewis I., 


30 


Moss, E., 


Content, Simon, 




Moss, L, 2 


Davies, Andrew M., 




Morris, E., 


Davies, D. 




Ollendorff, M., 


Davies, R., 




Peres, M., 


Dovale, A. J., 




Piddian, J. 


Dreyfous, S., 




Plattner, A., 


Einstein, L 


6 


Roman, Mrs,, 


Feuchwanger, L., 


2 


Roman, S., 


Friedman, P., 


5 


Runkle, J. 


Godfrey, G., 




Runkle, M, 







IVG 



Goldsmith, Henry, 
Gomez, A. L., 
Haber, I., 
Hamburger, B.. 
Harman, I., 
Hart, A. W.. 
Hart, B. I., 
Hart, B. S., 
Hart, B. W. 
Hart, Miss C. E., 
Hart, David, 
Hart, The Hon. E. B., 
Hart, Henry, 
Hart, Henry E., 
Hart, Henry I., 
Hart, John, I., 
Hart, Joseph, 
Hart, Leon, 
Hart, Mitchel, 
Hart, Nathan, 
Hart, Soln. I. 
Hendricks, Mrs. Harman, 
Hendricks, Henry, 
Hendricks, Joseph, 
Hendricks, M. M., 
Hendricks, Miss Selina, 
Hendricks, Uriah, 
Henriques, Edward, 
Henriques, George, 
Henriques, Jacob M. , 
Henriques, Joseph I., 
Henriques, Moses., 
Henry, H. S., 
Hershfield, H., 
Isaacs, Miss Hannah, 
Isaacs, Sampson M., 
Isaacs, Sol. I., 
Jacobs. G. W., 
Jacobs, Julius, 
Jacobus, Julius, 
Jessurun, Solomon, 
•loachimsen, L., 
Joachimsen, P. J., 
Joseph, S. I., 
Joseph, I. L., 
Josephi, Henry, 
Judah, Edward 
King, George, 
King, P. 
Kohnstamm Salomon, 





Kursheedt Alex., 


2 


10 


Kursheedt, Asher, 


2 




Lawrence, B., 


5 


5 


Lazarus, J. H., 


2 


2 


Lazarus, Moses, 


5 




Lazarus, Samuel, 


3 




Lazarus, Solomon, 




5 


Leon, Abraham, 
Leon, E. A , 




2 


Leon, I., 




5 


Leon, Jacob, 




10 


Levi, Solomon, 




3 


Levy, Arthur L., 






Levy, D. I, 


2 




Levy, George I., 






Levy, Hart, 


5 


4 


Levy, Isaac, 


S 


5 


Levy, Jobn I., 


5 


3 


Levy, Jonas P., 




5 


Levy, John, 
Levy, L. S. 




5 


Levy, Mark, 


2 


5 


Levy, Myer, 




3 


Levy, Solomon I., 




5 


Levy, U. H., 


5 


5 


Levy, CaptU.R, U.S.N 


5 


10 


Lewis, A. A., 




3 


Lewis, H., 




10 


Lissack, A. H., 




2 


Lopez, Edwin, 
Martin, L., 


2 


2 


Mawson, G. S., 
Mendes, G., 
Meyer, Isaac, 




2 


Meyer, Isaiah, 






Meyer, Theodore A., 


5 


3 

3 


Morris, C. S., 
Morrison, E. 




3 


Morrison, H., 






Morrison, Lewis M, 


5 


5 


Morrison, M., 






Moses, A. R. B., 


6 




Moses, David, 


3 




Moses, Isaac, 


10 


3 


Moses, Jacob J., 


5 




Myers, A. (Brooklyn, L. I,) 






Myers, Myer S., 


2 




Nathan, Benjamin, 


5 




Nathan, Gershom, 




10 


Nathan, Jonathan, 





Ill 



Nathan, Mendez, 5 

Noah, Mrs. Rebecca, 3 

Palache, Miss Judith, 

Peixotto, M. L. M., 

Phillips, Albert, 

Phillips, Isaac N., 

Phillips, John D., 

Phillips, Jonas, B,, 2 

Phillips, Jonas N., 3 

Phillips, Joshua, 2 

Phillips, Naphtali, 

Phineas, M., 

Pike, E. B., 5 

Polack, Joseph,, 

Ritterband, H. M., 2 

Ritterband, L. M., 

Rose, Cornelius, 

Ruden, J., 

Salomon, Benjamin 

Franklin, 2 

Samuels, Samuel, 

Sarfaty, David, 

Seixas, Benj. M., 5 

Seixas, Daniel, 5 

Seixas, Hayman L., 

Seixas, Hillel M., 2 

Seixas, I. B. Y., 

Seixas, J. B., 

Seixas, J. L,, 

Seixas, Miss Rebecca M., 

Seixas, Theodore J., 5 

Simons, Elias, 

Simons, Henry, 

Simson, Sampson, 

Simpson, L. H., 

Simpson, L. H., junior, 

Simpson, Solomon L., 

Solis, David H., 5 

Solomons, Adolphus, 3 

Solomons, A. H., 

Solomons, Mrs. A. H., 

Solomons, Barnett, 

Solomons, John, 

Solomons, M., 

Solomons, Moses, 

Solomons, Sampson M., 

Soria, Joseph, 10 

Souza, Moses, 5 

Souza, Samuel, 



10 



Tobias, Alfred, 5 

Tobias, Samuel, I., 

Tobias, Tobias I., 5 

Turk, Edward, 

Warner, Mrs. Jane, 5 

Woolf, Morris, 

PHILADELPHIA, 
Cohen, Henry, 

Florance, William, 10 

Hart, Abraham, 12 

Lazarus, Henry, 
Lazarus, Miss Rachel, 
Levy, Leon J., 
Lyons, Samuel, 
Moss, E. L., 
Moss, Mrs. John, 
Moss, J, L., 
Pesoa, David, 
Samuels, David, 
PROVIDENCE, R. ISLAND. 
Pereyra, Solomon, 2 

RICHMOND, VA. 
Levy, Jacob A., 
Mailer t, August., 
Myer, Capt. Joseph, U. 

ST. "louis, missourl 

Newmark, Abraham, 

ST. THOMAS, W. INDIES. 

Wolff, Major A., 12 

SAVANNAH, (GEO.) 
Colonel, J. De La Motta, 
Sundry Subscribers, 20 

SAN FRANCISCO, (CAL.) 
Elias De Sola, 

ST. DOMINGO. 
Benjamin De Sola. 

TORONTO, U. CANADA. 
Casper, S., 
Hooper, Mrs., 
Jacobs, J. 

Joseph, G. 2 

Lumley, M., 2 

Lumley, S., 

Lyons, J., 2 

Marks, L., 

Nordheimer, Abm., 2 

Rosin, S., 







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11 


4 


hundred and fifteen 


hundi'ed and fifty 


12 


46 


to 


lo 


22 


5 


Feast Eighth 


Feast Shebuoth. 


23 


25 


385 


383 


23 


26 


383 


385 



In table 1 of year 5618, for Pesah, March 3, read 31. 
" 2 " 5634, for Sim. Tor., Tuesday, read Friday. 

" 2 " 5636, to Oct. 16, add Sucot 3 day. 

" 2 " 5641, for March 16, Tsav. read March 19. 



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