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<plain_text><page sequence="1">JEWISH HISTORICAL STUDIES TRANSACTIONS OF THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND VOLUME XXXIV 1994-1996</page><page sequence="2">JEWISH HISTORICAL STUDIES</page><page sequence="3">JEWISH HISTORICAL STUDIES TRANSACTIONS OF THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND VOLUME XXXIV 1994-1996 THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND 1997</page><page sequence="4">The Society as a body is not responsible for statements made or opinions expressed by contributors to this volume. ? The Jewish Historical Society of England 33 Seymour Place, London WiH 5AP ISBN 0-902528-32-7</page><page sequence="5">THIS VOLUME IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF DOROTHY STONE 1908-1995 PRESIDENT OF THE SOCIETY 1982-1984 AND ALWAYS ITS VALUED COUNSELLOR</page><page sequence="6">Contents Preface xi In Memoriam Robert Nunes Carvalho (i 907-1996) xiii In Memoriam Dorothy Stone (1908-1995) xiv GEOFFREY ALDERMAN The young Cecil Roth, 1899-1924 CECIL BLOOM Samuel Montagu and Zionism AUDREY BURTON Bukharan Jews, ancient and modern 17 43 JOE HILLABY The ritual-child-murder accusation: its dissemination and Harold of 69 Gloucester ANTHONY JOSEPH Genealogy and Jewish history 111 CHARLES MEYERS Debt in Elizabethan England: the adventures of Dr Hector Nunez, 125 physician and merchant RUTH SEBAG-MONTEFIORE A quest for a grandfather: Sir Philip Magnus, ist Bart., Victorian 141 educationalist ROBIN MUNDILL Rabbi Elias Menahem: a late-13th-century English entrepreneur 161 ZEFIRA ENTIN ROKEAH A Hospitaller and the Jews: Brother Joseph de Chauncy and English 189 Jewry in the 1270s vii</page><page sequence="7">Contents NICHOLAS VINCENT Two papal letters on the wearing of the Jewish badge, 1221 and 1229 209 BARRY WEINBERG Aspects of Jewish contributions to musical life in Britain, 1770-1820 225 Book Notes The Jewish Burial Ground at Jewbury, J. M. Lilley, G. Stroud, D. R. 237 Brothwell and M. H. Williamson Hasidism Reappraised-Proceedings of the International Conference .of Jewish 241 Studies in memory of Joseph G. Weiss, University College London, 21-23 June ig88, edited by Ada Rapoport-Albert A Past Renewed: a Catalogue of German-speaking Refugee Historians in the 242 United States after igjj, Catherine Epstein Adventures of a Chemist Collector, Alfred Bader 243 Sentenced to Remember. My Legacy of Life in Pre-igjg Poland and 244 Sixty-eight months of Nazi Occupation, William Kornbluth The 43 Group, Morris Beckman 247 My Ancestors were Jewish: How Can I Find Out More About Them? Isobel 248 Mordy, Michael Gandy and Charles Tucker The Jewish Renaissance and Some of its Discontents, Lionel Kochan 249 Contributors to this volume 251 Notes for contributors to Society publications 253 Society officers and council. 255 Index 256 viii</page><page sequence="8">List of illustrations BUKHARAN JEWS, ANCIENT AND MODERN Map i The Khanates of Bukhara and Khwarazm 44 Map 2 Central Asia prior to the Russian conquest 53 Map 3 Central Asia in 1868 after the Russian conquest 58 THE RITUAL-CHILD-MURDER ACCUSATION Plate i Graffito on the Lady Chapel Reredos in Gloucester Cathedral 84 Plate 2 Lincoln Cathedral: shrine chest of Little St Hugh 95 Plate 3 Lincoln Cathedral: drawing of the shrine of Little St Hugh 96 Plate 4 Drawing of the statue, supposedly of Little St Hugh, 98 from Lincoln Cathedral A QUEST FOR A GRANDFATHER: SIR PHILIP MAGNUS Plate 1 Philip Magnus, c. 1868 145 Plate 2 Philip representing Technical Education, 1891 147 Plate 3 Sir Philip Magnus 151 Plate 4 Unveiling the statue of Charles Darwin 152 Plate 5 Lady Magnus 153 Plate 6 Lady Magnus, ?.1912 154 Plate 7 The Lodge, T?ngley Hill 157 Plate 8 Sir Philip's study 158 ASPECTS OF JEWISH CONTRIBUTIONS TO MUSICAL LIFE Fig. i The published version of 'Oh weep for those' 233 ix</page></plain_text>

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