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  2. OUR HOME LETTER.

    IT is with sincere regret that I have to record the death of Mr. Solomen Benjamin, of Clifton Gardens, which occurred on the sixth day of Passover. The deceased, like his brother David, was probably as well known in Melbourne as he was in London, ...

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  3. A PLEA FOR THE STUDY OF JEWISH HISTORY.

    VERY opposite opinions, however, are hold, even amongst non-Jewish writers, touching this marked cast, endurance, in the Hebrew character. Schlegel, in his work quoted above, asks in a philosophical spirit, "Wherein consisted the peculiar bent of mind, the moral and ...

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  4. DEATH OF MR. MARK MARKS, J.P.

    ONE morn of the oldest members of the Melbourne Jewish community has just pone to rest in the person of Mr. Mark Marks, He being a familiar figure in the city, at communal gatherings, as well as in private circles, his death, which took place ...

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