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Toledot Yitzhak, R. Isaac Hadad, Livorno 1861

תולדות יצחק - Only Edition

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  • Lot Number 50950
  • Title (English) Toledot Yitzhak
  • Title (Hebrew) תולדות יצחק
  • Note Only Edition
  • Author R. Isaac Hadad
  • City Livorno
  • Publisher Antonio Santini e compagni
  • Publication Date 1861
  • Estimated Price - Low 300
  • Estimated Price - High 600
  • ConsignorName BNSC

  • Item # 1812400
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Physical Description

Only edition. [2], 182 ff. quarto 225:158 mm., wide margins, light age and damp staining, old hands, stamps. A very good copy bound in modern full leather over boards, tooled in blind.
   

Detailed Description   

Only edition of these novellae on the Talmud by R. Isaac Hadad (d. 1755). The title page describes Toledot Yitzhak as being on gemarra, perush Rashi, and Tosafot גפ"ת explaining the subject and the ensuing discussions, “sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb” (Psalms 19:11) “he weighed, and sought out” (Ecclesiastes 12:9) “with his strong arm” (cf. Psalms 89:11). It informs that R. Hadad was a resident of Djerba and that Toledot Yitzhak was brought to press by R. Jacob, Abraham, and Shimon, sons of the author. The verso of the title page has an Italian statement from the parnassim of the community, followed, on the next page, of an approbation with from R. Joseph Pirandus Africano S. T. (Sephardi Tahor), R. David Malakh S. T., and R. Elijah ben Moses ha-Kohen S. T. Next is the author’s introduction, followed by approbations signed by R. Joseph Kohen, R. Mordecai Haikh, R. Joseph Zirka, R. Nathan Borgil, all S. T, followed by yet additional approbations, and an introduction from R. Jacob Hadad, the author’s son. The novellae follow, in two columns in rabbinic type. The first tractate addressed is Berakhot, the last Me’ilah.

     

Hebrew Description

והוא חידושין על גפ"ת ... אשר אזן וחקר ... ר' יצחק חדאד זלה"ה מתושבי אי ג"רבה ... והובא לבית הדפוס בהשתדלות ... ה"ר יעקב ואברהם ושמעון בני המחבר ...

דף ב,א: הקדמת בנו של המחבר, ר' יעקב חדאד. הסכמות: רבני ליוורנו: ר' יוסף פירנאנדיס אפריקאנו, ר' דוד מלאך ור' אליהו ב"ר משה הכהן, יג כסליו תקי"ז; רבני תונס: ר' יוסף כהן, ר' מרדכי חאיך, ר' דוד נגאר, ר' יוסף זרקא, ר' נתן בורגיל, ור' בנימין אספינוזא, ליוורנו, כא למב"י [ו אייר] תקכ"ב; שלוחי גליל העליון: ר' יצחק פראג'י ור' משה שפירא, תונס; שליח טברייה: ר' שמריא קטאריואס, תונס; רבני ג'ירבא: ר' אהרן פרץ, ר' מרדכי כהן ור' יעקב סופר, טבת תקכ"א.

 

References

BE tav 326; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000133177

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