Nahalat Zevi, R. Zevi Gutmacher, Lemberg 1873 (48394)

נחלת צבי - Only Edition - Segulah (Remedy)

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Lot Number: 48394
Title (English): Nahalat Zevi
Title (Hebrew): נחלת צבי
Note: Only Edition - Segulah (Remedy)
Author: R. Zevi Gutmacher
City: Lemberg
Publisher: A. J. Madfes
Publication Date: 1873
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD
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Physical Description:

Only edition. 28, 42 ff., small folio, 290:205 mm., wide margins, usual age staining. A good copy bound in recent cloth over boards.

R. Elijah Gutmacher declares in his introduction (f. 1 v) "should one be in need of Divine assistance - he should learn Mishne, the commentaries of the Bartenurah and of my son, I am confident that he will be answered.

 

Detailed Description:   

Novellae within a multi-part work by R. Zevi ben Elijah Gutmacher. The title page, with a decorative frame, informs that Nahalat Zevi was brought to press by R. Meir Weinstein. The following page informs that Nahalat Zevi is in four parts. They are Nahalat Zevi, which begins with an introduction from the author and then addresses “in a brief but thorough manner” the relationships discussed in tractate Yevamot and Keritot. This part (2-28) is accompanied by numerous detailed charts illustrating and clarifying the various complex relationships addressed in the tractate as well as accompanying text. Foliation begins again with the next part which is comprised of an introduction and detailed commentary on tractate Kinnim. The text is in the middle with the commentary on the sides and comprehensive glosses on the bottom of the page. This part also has accompanying diagrams. Next is Zaphenath-Paneah, elucidating the memre of R. Rabbah bar bar Hannah on tractate Bava Batra, perek ha-Sefinah. The fourth part, Shalom be-Familia shel Ma’aliah, is meant to resolve contradictions between the Shulhan Arukh and its commentators. These last two parts were written by R. Elijah Gutmacher, the author’s father, who also wrote the last two introductions.

 

Hebrew Description:

מהרב ... מוה' צבי גוטמאכער זצ"ל בן ... ר' אליהו גוטמאכער אבד"ק גרידץ. הובא לביה"ד על ידי ... מהו' מאיר וויינשטיין נ"י מסטאלין ...

דף כו, ב - בח: חידושים ושו"ת מאת מורינו ... ר' יוסף שאול הלוי נאטהנזאהן נ"י האב"ד ור"מ דק"ק לבוב והגליל [בדין חמץ בפסח]. כולל ארבעה חיבורים: א. נחלת צבי ביאור סוגיות קשות בדיני קרובים שבמס' יבמות, כריתות ודיני עריות. ב. קן מפורשת: ביאור על מס' קינים. עם הפנים. ג. צפנת פענח: ביאור מאמרי רבה בר בר חנא שבמס' בבא-בתרא, פרק הספינה. ד. שלום בפמליא של מעלה: יישוב סתירות בין חלקי השולחן הערוך ומפרשיו. שני החיבורים האחרונים הם של ר' אליהו גוטמאכער, אבי המחבר, שכתב גם שתי הקדמות לשני החיבורים של בנו. שני חיבוריו של ר' אליהו גוטמאכער נדפסו שנית בשם: ספר צפנת פענת, בראדי תרל"ה.

 

Reference Description:

EJ; BE 347; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000123722