Get Mekushar, R. Aryeh Leib b. Moses Zuenz, Warsaw 1812 (47511)

גט מקושר - First Edition

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Lot Number: 47511
Title (English): Get Mekushar
Title (Hebrew): גט מקושר
Note: First Edition
Author: R. Aryeh Leib b. Moses Zuenz
City: Warsaw
Publisher: Zevi Hirsch b. Nathan
Publication Date: 1812
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD
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Physical Description

First edition. 10, 89, [1] ff., folio, 330:2102 mm., wide margins, usual light age staining, old hands on fly. A good copy bound in later boards, rubbed.
 
One of the first books printed in Warsaw.
 

Detail Description

Discusses the ordering of get and halizah with a commentary, Tiv Gittin by R. Aryeh Leib ben Moses Zuenz (1773-1883). R. Zuenz was a descendant of R. Leib Zuenz (17th century) who served as rabbi of Holleschau and Pinczow, where R. Aryeh Leib was born. His great perspicacity was recognized when he was young, and he became known as R. Leib Harif ("sharp-witted"). He lived in Prague and in Bratislava, and was appointed rabbi of Plotsk. He later went to Praga, a suburb of Warsaw, where he served as rabbi for two years. However, he relinquished this position when he was appointed the head of a yeshivah in the town. A prolific writer, 21 of his books were published and frequently reprinted. After he directed that the inscription on his tombstone should state that he would intercede in Heaven on behalf of anyone who published his books, many Jews came forward to publish them. His works were highly valued in Poland because of their extreme subtlety and pilpulistic method. Most of his books are on the Talmud and on the Shulhan Arukh; most important are: Ayyelet Ahavim (2 pts., 1888–1891) on Ketubbot; Simhat Yom Tov (1841) on Bezah; Gur Aryeh (1943) on Hullin; and Geresh Yerahim (1870) on Gittin. He also wrote original interpretations of the Pentateuch, responsa, and sermons.

 

Hebrew Description

גט מקושר עם ביאור טיב גיטין, שחיבר הרב ... ר' אריה ליב [צינץ] נ"י במו' משה ז"ל, שהיה אב"ד ק"ק פלאצק וק"ק טשעכנאווא ... ביאור סדר מהר"ם (סדר הגט [מאת] ... ר' מיכל ר' יוזפס [עם הפנים]) שנדפס בב"ש [בספר בית שמואל, מאת ר' שמואל ב"ר אורי שרגא פייבוש מוואידיסלאב] ... גם ... קונטרס השמות כאשר הוא בב"ש, עם תוספת מרובה מן המחבר וכללים חדשים. וגם סדר חליצה (בקצרה, מן הרב מהר"ם בעל סדר הגט) עם הגהות מקונטרס טיב חליצה שת"י המחבר בכתובים. ובסוף הספר ... בענין שיעורן של תפילין ... וגם הערה בענין גביות עדות, ובסופו איזה חדושים ...

בראשי העמודים: גט מקושר וטיב גיטין. וכן בשער הוצאה הבאה. הגהות ונוספות "מה שנמצא בגליון ס' גט מקושר מן הרב המחבר" נדפסו בתוך: "שו"ת דברי שלום ואמת", [ווארשא תקצ"ג]

 

References

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000134536; EJ