Ma’arkhe Adam, R. Abraham Dov Moses, Satmar 1929 (47585)

מערכי אד"ם - Only Edition

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Lot Number: 47585
Title (English): Ma’arkhe Adam
Title (Hebrew): מערכי אד"ם
Note: Only Edition
Author: R. Abraham Dov Moses
City: Satmar
Publisher: Jacob Weider
Publication Date: 1929
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

Only edition, quarto, 100 ff. 234:160 mm., nice margins, light damp & age staining. A good copy bound in the original wrappers.


Detail Description

Very rare collection of discourses by R. Abraham Dov Moses ben Menosh of Menozahan who had served as rav in Sadonoav in Russia and is currently in the city Gateshead on the river Tyne. אד"ם in the title is an acronym for Abraham Dov Moses. Published earlier in 1911 as a twenty-three page pamphlet this edition is almost five times the size of that earlier printing and is the complete work. The discourses are varied and numerous, encompassing most of the weekly Torah readings, festivals, and other occasion in Jewish life. For example, there are ten discourses for the ten days of teshuva, followed by a devar halakhah for Shabbat Teshuvah, three discourse for Yom Kippur, two for Sukkot, one for Shiminei Atzeret, Sium ha-Torah, Lech Lechah, Vayerah, and Hayyei Sarah. There are also discourses for berit milah, bar Mitzvot (two), nissuin, and a shir le-bar mitzvah. The discourses are of varying length. A rich and diverse work on the Torah and seasons of Jewish life.


Hebrew Description

ספר מערכי אד"ם / ר"ת שמי אברהם דוד משה ב"ר מנוש מנוסזאהן ...


כרך [א]: דרושים לרוב שבתות השנה, לימים נוראים ולימים טובים, לברית מילה, לבר מצוה, ולנישואים, ושירים. תרפ"ט

שם המחבר הוא כנראה אברהם משה דב, לפי קונטרס "מערכי אדם". לונדון, תרע"א.