History of the Jews - Vol. 5

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INDEX.
Aaron de la Papa, rabbi in Smyrna, anti-Sabbatian, 136.
Abdul Meg'id, sultan of Turkey, 634.
and the protection of the Turkish Jews, 662.
and the Rhodes accusation, 647.
emancipates the Jews of Turkey, 641.
Abendana, Jacob, rabbi in London, 214.
Abensur, Daniel, Jewish millionaire, 205.
Aboab, Immanuel, defends Talmudical Judaism, 55.
Aboab, Isaac, de Fonseca, rabbi at Amsterdam, and Spinoza's unbelief, 92-3.
Kabbalist, 52, 54, 88.
Sabbatian, 139, 160.
Aboab, Samuel, rabbi at Venice, excommunicates Moses Chayim
Luzzatto, 240-1.
Abraham Ibn-Ezra, studied by Spinoza, 88.
Abraham Vita di Cologna. See Vita, Abraham, di Cologna.
Abt, Thomas, rival of Moses Mendelssohn, 303.
Abudiente, Abraham Gideon, Sabbatian, 155.
Abulafia, Moses, arrested on the blood-accusation in Damascus, 636.
converted to Islam, 638.
Abydos, Sabbataï Zevi at, 148-9, 151.
Acosta, Gabriel. See Da Costa, Uriel.
Act of Federation for the German states, and the Jews, 518-20.
Adam Kadmon, Kabbalistic term, 121, 143.
Adams, Hannah, historian of the Jews, 593.
Adath Jeshurun, a separatist community in Amsterdam, 457.
Admission of Jews into England, the feeling about, 44-7.
Adrianople, Sabbatians at, 159.
"Advice to the Representatives of the People," by Van Swieden, 453-4.
Aguilar, de, Baron, frees the Moravian Jews from a tax, 252.
intercedes for the Austrian exiles, 253.
Ahmed Coprili, grand vizir, and the Sabbatians, 146.
imprisons Sabbataï Zevi, 148.
Aix-la-Chapelle, Congress of, and the emancipation of the Jews, 525-7.
Akiba, disciples of, enthusiasm of, 724-5.
Alenu prayer, the, attacked, 185, 191-2.
Alexander I, of Russia, and the improvement of the condition of the Jews, 472-3, 525, 527.
Alexandria, Jews of, and the Damascus blood-accusation, 647, 660.
Algazi, Moses Joseph, rabbi at Cairo, supports CrU+00E9mieux, 664.
Algazi, Solomon, anti-Sabbatian, 144.
Ali Ibn-Rahmadan, mathematician, 76.
Alliance Israélite Universelle, the, foundation of, 664, 701-2.
"Almansor," by Heine, 548-9.
Almanzi, Jewish scholar, 622.
Alsace, Jews of, appeal to Mendels sohn, 351.
attacked, 437.
discussed in the French Chamber, 524-5.
impoverished by the Revolution, 474-5.
money-lenders, 475-6.
persecuted, 349-50.
protected by the National Assembly, 446.
restrictions imposed on, 347-9.
taxed, 446.
Amigo, Abraham, Talmudist, 126.
Amschel, representative of the Frankfort Jews, 505.

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