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Raphall, and the following translation (comprising such parts of the work as more immediately relate to Israel in their present dispersion) is the production of their joint labours.

Of all the measurements established by the sages, when treating of vineyards, this is the only instance in which they require " something more," beyond the fixed measure. The Mishna enumerates 39 aboth, or principal occupations, the carrying on of either of which constitutes a violation of the Sabbath.

14), " mules and camels," which cannot be meant here ; but the true meaning, and which fully applies here, appears to be that given by Aben Ezra, in his Commentaries on Esther, ad loc. " Mules foaled by mares, which are stronger than those foaled by she-asses." 4 The description of this animal, given by various commentators of the Mishna, is, that of an absolutely fabulous one, which cannot have been meant by the text. Jost's surmise, " It may be a kind of ape, perhaps an ouran outang, or Chimpanzee. According to others, a Chinese weasel ; but, according to the opinion of Maimonides, "a kind of fox or martin." TREATISE KILAIM. 8 If the 14th of Nisan fell on a Friday, which thus became the eve of the festival as well as of the Sabbath.

31 not subject to the rules of kilaira, provided man's flesh do not touch them. Barbers' cloths are prohibited on the score of kilaim. Shrouds for the dead, and saddle-cloths of an ass, are not subject to the law of kilaim ; but the latter must not be borne on the shoulder, even to carry dung therein. Dealers in clothes may, according to their custom, carry garments of kilaim for sale ; but they may not carry them with the intention of protecting themselves therewith in warm weather against the sun, or in wet weather against the rain. 9 A hall in the Temple, in which a fire was constantly kept up, and in which the ministering priests used to warm themselves.

2 Or, according to another opinion, one-third part of the whole property. [Contains laws relating to the first dough, founded on Num. 2nd, *VH*n JTl SJh, private property : any place surrounded or inclosed by a wall or a ditch ten hands wide and four deep ; also the ditch itself ; any city encompassed by walls with gates that are closed at night, &c. ., (derived either from the Hebrew Carmel, forest or lonely spot, or from the Greek Kr]pa/Jceramis, a corner, or hollow way), that which does not belong to either of the other two ; because it lies entirely open, like the sea or a plain ; or because it is enclosed on three sides only, and open on the fourth, &c.

3 Such is the explanation of the Talmud and Jarchi on this most obscure and difficult passage, but which explanation seems altogether incongruous. 4th, "l-IOS D'lp D, a free place, one which is more than three hands deep or high, but not more than four hands square in width, such as a column or small cavity, &c.

In consequence of this application, the meeting passed a resolution authorising the Rev. To his co-religionist, equally unacquainted with the Hebrew, who thinks that a doctrine involving the soul's salvation or perdition should rest, not on presumptive but on demonstrative proof, and whose scepticism is grounded on the expressive silence of God, of Moses, and of the Prophets, as to the existence of two divine codes equally acceptable to him must be a publication which throws light on a subject of such deep spiritual interest. TREATISE BERACHOTH CONTAINS LAWS FOR REGULATING THE DAILY PRAYERS AND THE RITUAL OF DIVINE WORSHIP. From the time the priests 2 again enter [the sanctuary] to eat their heave offerings, until the close of the first watch 3 [of the night] . Eleazar ; but the sages say, " until mid- night." Rabbon Gamaliel saith, " until the break of dawn." It happened [once] that his sons returned from a banquet [after mid- night], They said to him, " We have not yet said the yoirr." He replied, " If the day is not yet dawned, ye are bound to say it : and," added he, " not only in this [instance], but every [duty the perform- ance of which] the sages say [is limited] to midnight only, the legal obligation does not cease until the break of dawn. " Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one," &c. 7.) 3 The night (according to the Mishna) begins at 6 p.m., and is divided into three watches of four hours each. From the time man can distinguish between blue and white. Eleazar saith, " between blue and leek-green." And it may be said, " until the sun shines forth [over the mountain tops]." R. At the close of the different sections, man salutes out of respect and responds [to a salutation] : but in the middle of a section, he salutes from fear [only] and responds. The [close of the] sections are, between the first benediction and the second: between the second and *? " He answered them, " I will not listen to you, to withhold my homage from the kingdom of heaven even for the space of a single instant." 6. Gamaliel] bathed on the first night of his wife's death.

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vation of the vine, and the remainder [of the open space] may be sown in. When an espalier of vines, %' ' proceeding from the corner of a wall, extends beyond it (vide Fig.l), room must be left for the due cul- tivation of the vines, and the rest may be sown on. Jose saith, " if this space doth not contain four amoth, it may not be sown on." 8 . "Thus, for instance, under the principal occupation of ploughing, every analogous kind of work, such as digging, delving, weeding, dunging, &c. In addition to these thirty- nine principal occupations, and their accessaries and derivatives, there are certain other acts which are especially prohibited in the oral law, as tending to violate the Sabbath-rest [fl-ll^] .

From the time it strikes root ; and the grapes from the time they reach the size of a white bean. I, 1 , of this treatise, is called f)2^n Tl^\, and forms the thirty-ninth of the principal occupations, requires par- ticular attention and explanation, from the complexity of cases to which it gives rise.

If grain is completely dry [if it be cut down] when a vine is planted near it, or if the grapes are fully ripe [when corn is sown] , it does not cause either to be consecrated. When, near vines, any thing is sown in a pot with holes, it causes consecration ; but, if sown in a pot without holes, it does not. Simeon saith, " Both are, indeed, prohibited, yet if it has been done, it does not consecrate the produce of the vine." Should a pot, with any thing sown in it, be carried through a vineyard, [and some of the contents have dropped out, and taken root], it [the fruit of the vineyard] is prohibited as soon as the seed is grown a two-hun- dredth part. All space was, by the Tanaim, divided into four classes: 1st, B^in ri-IEJh, public or common property, to which all men have an equal right : as a highway; any street not less than sixteen amoth wide, uncovered and open at top and bottom ; every market-place, &c.

Such, at least, ap- pears the plain and rational explication of the text, which is very obscure. Kilaim of clothing may lawfully be applied to any pur- pose, except that of dressing or clothing one's self therewith. Should the master stretch out his hand, and the mendicant take [the gift] out of it, or put [his wallet] into it, both are absolved. A man is not to sit down to the barber, near the time of until he has said his prayers; 4 nor must man [about that 1 Property or space, vide Introduction. [The study of the Law] is to be interrupted for the Shemang, but not for the Tephilah. The tailor must not go out with his needle near dusk [on the Sabbath-eve], lest he forget and carry it out with him [during the Sabbath].

It is permitted to rear kilaim of cattle ; but it is unlawful to breed from them ; and also to cause them to copulate with each other, [as a mule, gotten on a mare by an ass, with one by a stallion out of a she- ass]. It is prohibited to plough with, to cause to draw, or to drive a team composed of domestic animals of diverse kinds, or of wild animals of diverse kinds ; or with a team composed of a domestic animal and a wild one, a wild with a domestic one, an unclean beast with a clean one, or a clean with an unclean one. Whosoever drives [a team] of kilaim shall bear the punish- ment of the forty [stripes] ; and whoever sits in the waggon or car- riage is also liable to the punishment of forty stripes ; but R. It is also prohibited to fasten to a team a third animal not of the same kind as the other two, [as an ass to a team of two oxen], even though it should not assist in drawing. It is prohibited to tie a horse [in order to break it in], to the sides of, or behind, a waggon [drawn by oxen], and also [to tie], for the purpose of draught, [a Lybian ass] 1 with a camel. Jehudah saith, " Whatever is foaled by a mare may be joined with each other, although the sire should have been an ass ; and, in like manner, whatever is foaled by a she-ass may be joined together, although the sire should have been a horse ; but it is unlawful to join what has been foaled by a mare with that which has been foaled by a she-ass." 5. 2 The illustration purposely chosen is an act of charity, to shew that no deed, however commendable in itself, can authorise a needless infraction of the law. The scribe [writer] is not to go out with his writing- reed [pen] ; nor must a man cleanse his garments of vermin, or read by candle-light [on the Sabbath- eve] .

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