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Literary Gleanings. 403 

The Paris MS. 842 was copied for a Moses "lpE>? J3X, probably Ibn 
Al-Ashkar, and finished the 13th of Elul, 5224=1464, at Oran ; but 
this name cannot represent the Moses mentioned above. 

Joseph Sambari (Med. Jewish Chron., p. 161) mentions Abraham 
and Solomon IXpBWX, both in Egypt, the latter a very munificent 
man. 

Jacob Alascar is to be found in a MS. of the late Dr. L. Loewe, 
according to Dr. Hirschfeld, in the Bevue des Etudes Juives, t. xxv., 
p. 260, note. 

XI. 

The MSS. of the late Mose Lattes. 

Pkofessoks Lattes, brothers of the deceased, have presented his 
fifty-two Hebrew MSS. to the Ambrosian Library at Milan. Amongst 
them is the MS. of Elijah del Medigo's dissertations on the intellect, 
made at the request of Pic dela Mirandola, formerly in the possession 
of the Treves family at Venice (see Dr. Steinschneider's Catalogue 
of the Schonblum's MSS., 1872, No. 24, H., and Monatsschrif t fur 
G-eschichte und "Wissenschaf t des Judenthum«, xxxvii., p. 187). The 
treatise begins as follows : — 

MfflDiK^ nnrwom a»eoxn 3rfc ni&ian nwDrn nm *ju3d »a dj 
nox wnn by rbv ab r#x uaaa Don xb by ujta^ am wby mpa. 
■minn win nipoynnn nr rbm »nx nixvion ninaiani rfcya 
nwia npi!?noni "imn nvnb nr by spui rnn ^»a pro n*BDB>m 
o-np aa paD^> o^aiDi^an no x^> "i2>k a>B»pn r6xn a*x^BJn a'pioyn 
Drwo aa rrrpnn b^zti x^> n»aiDiSarr e>x-» ujdt ny pt^>ax jot 
uxv x^a»x *3n«o avivin -rc> ncpa"? »"» anwari port ^>xx m?i6 
nsnjpD x>*?x mx »rnax noam nano ri^XD b»x sohjtdd ^an 
nnj^ i^>y aisvw »jivi pxi no vm nanax ivnoVr nz>D an id p 
a»aiD^»an nox* -fi?xa noann nanxi nixnr6i nnntV !?ax nonr6i 

: otoprrt a^oea 
Another MS. contains poetical pieces by the physician Ephraim 
Luzzatto (5509=1749), who lived some time in London, according to 
the following lines on the title-page : — 

♦o»a -wn nn vby nua idxsi^ anax xann n^y> oniyan >ia r6x 
mnx px ^x aa^'i D3 irin arvaxi nx^xta»x pxa txd roi^y 
an 1 ? iB>y x^ rm bji pij^ nixina a*t3Die>Di a»aa nom ntn ova 

This is followed by the following lines (with vowel points) : — 

mjb> x^» »ame> aa jnx x^> tb> i rap ia-n rwxi t^ip^x jn 
j .itaxv^ x»n p -iipnn w6» ax J >jx anax »ok6 Wn xj ax 



404 The Jewish Quarterly Review. 

It was printed in London, 1766, as stated on the title-page of the 
MS. in the British Museum, Add. 27004 (see Zedner's Catalogue, 
p. 502), in 100 copies (see Steinschneider Catalogue of the Hebrew- 
books in the Bodleian Library, col. 906, where all particulars are given). 
We read the following date in the British Museum MS.:— 'npJIJJn 
'33 J3 1133 T3 D'ilTI X1J5SO fN J JH1 3HK DX» t!? K3rt K n» 
P"E)b D'hjttn. London. Excudebant; G. Richardson et S. Clark, 1768 
(read 176). It is stated that E. Luzzatto died at Lo3ano in the years 
5552=1792 a.d. 

A third MS. contains a fragment of a Mahazor for ni and an - '- 
square characters, in fol. At the beginning a biographical note 
(Italian cursive character) of the family of Cremona and the name 
of Abraham, son of Israel Saul Raphael 'Dip, for whom the Mahazor 
was written by Berakhah, son of Israel Halevi. The following passage 
is found on folio 3 (perhaps already published) :— 

nDm D«n hu pnnn nvn *ry niyn 'mx rwwn D'r6xn nam 
♦ onois3 >naDX ♦»» Vdi • mj/3 inbxb m»t«i mm • nov nK>y 
ids • awian d»o» r6am rtap n3i3 jn^i ts>p3^> * nnsiDn nns 
nnn m n-wn nWoo nnn rwi? tjd wnaov ? oniasn ow m 
■v»» 3^ nnn» pwn n3^»3 'mo!? ia^a, •j'pDn laaiiK t-i'pb'dd 
'D3n bsi D'pDiasi TiD^ns 3?aiDi asn e»k (in irn an • rnna 
ni^K rm thd naiD rfni T^y 3py* vino ids? npai ♦ onao ike? 
row nis n"?Di rta "?3 D'toun n»o» ni?an "?a vao TO5 ^oipDi 
nna t»3 tasBW pt6 'nx3i 'npmn mnso vnmo Kin Vsp "rao 
rtap ^>jo o^na o'D3n owonp dwd vn dpi xna'K noe>i mop 
-mnD3 3iri3 'nsvDi ♦ n-ijnsd jna two idk> topa nwx bm ids 
-ity^a *nno ne>p3D Van jna nno n&san ^ it iutd bnpn hv \w 
rone ^ i?nan rrn n3n r6x) s'm 3"D to? db> n!?3p3 Kponjo 

: (jnoy ns* r\rh\ jm 2 nn nnn