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Oh! freely still your aid bestow,
Yourselves be doubly blest on high.
"The collection taken on this occasion, in aid of the society, exceeded seven thousand dollars.''''
On a first reading of the above, it impressed on my mind that it was an account of the London Society for Evangelizing the Jews; being placed in company with the "Massachusetts Society for meliorating the condition of the Jews," "Salem Jews' Society? "Northampton Jews' Society," "Providence Auxiliary Society;" all
which are illegitimate, that is, societies of tittns who assume the name of Jews'
Societies; and it surprised me to find H. It. H. the duke of Sussex in such company. I also noticed the strangeness of the wording and punctuation. On a reperusal, the wrong beoame apparent—and behold my agreeable surprise on the discovery of a friend. It is a garbled account of an annual meeting of the Society of London, the members arc principally Jews ; it is called pljfn xV\i Nivhy Uatsedek, the righteous refuge or dwelling, a charitable institution for aged infirm Hebrews, and poor Jew children; they have a large elegant Hospital in Mile-end road, called the Jews' Hospital, where manufactories of several kinds are in successful operation. The aged and infirm are supported for life: the children receive an education, are taught a trade or handicraft, and when of age set up in business. The institution is entirely a Jews' institution. The children are educated in Judaism; it is supported by voluntary contributions and annual subscriptions. The subscribers have an annual meeting, when the duke, being a patron, usually presides for the day.'
Israel's Advocate has introduced this society to the notice of its readers in such a
manner that it may be mistaken for a society of ians, calling themselves a Jews'
Society; it therefore became our duty to notice it here, to correct the erroneous idea it is calculated to impress. Would that all societies calling themselves Jews' Societies were like this, and would that all pious ians were like the Duke of Sussex.
Blessings on his head! May he see the delight of Israel and be satisfied!
Now, reader, will you please to say by what name shall such doings be called? It is neither murder nor robbery! It does not "make me poor indeed," neither does it "make him the richer!" The plumage is indeed borrowed; and I would not willingly pluck a single feather from him. Let it then stand, a thing without a name, and so in future shall all misdoings in that work be, till it is otherwise conducted.
No. 12 concludes the first volume of the Jew; those who wish to withdraw their subscription will please to signify the same to the publisher, at the office, 265 Broadway, before the 6th day of March next, or they will be considered as pledged to continue their subscriptions.
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MALABAR JEWS. We have latterly been favoured with the perusal of an original account of the Jews of Cogin, (Cochin) in China, and are in hopes of being favoured with a communication on that subject, which will correct Missionary misrepresentations on that head!
END OF VOLUME I.
A DEFENCE OF JUDAISM
PARTICULARLY AGAINST THE INSIDIOUS ATTACKS
-. -p-iin nan "rh nitsyS ny
"'Tis time to work for the Lord j they make void thy law.
"And I will answer the blasphemers of the word; for I depend upon thy words."
Bible, the edition of the London Bible Society, called Simion's edition,
shown to be a false copy . . . ,
Camden's address to the Jews
Answer to ....
ian religion establishment of, foretold by Daniel
Conversion of Rabbi Drach.—
Relapse to Judaism .
Relapse to ianity
Cranganor massacre of the Jews
Dea's letters . . .279 309 336 350 355 419
Faith ian, a great miracle .
Gog, an Emperor of Russia
Isaiah's message to the American nation, answered . . 319
Israel's Advocate, strictures on
Judea, boundaries of
Jews, of Malabar account of
Sargon's account of, confuted
Not priest to the exclusion of the sons of Aaron
Paul St explanation of Isa. ix. 10. shown to be false
His reasonings on Gen. xxii. 18. shown to be erroneous
Romans, their generosity explained .
Wolf, his argument on Isa. ix. 6. confuted .
Oenesis xxii. 18 - - - - - - 448
Psalms xii. ..------ 414
Isaiah, viii. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, - - - - 302
ix. 6 ------ - 441
xi. 1, 2, 3, 260
xi. 3 - - - - - - - - 258
liii. Dea's objection to the ian explanation - - 430 453
J. Nikelsburger's objections to the same - 458
Jews' explanation ----- 462 466
Daniel xi. 36 &c. - - - - - - - 347
JJechariah xi.- - - --- - - - 408
Malaehi i, ..-.,.- ---427