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Lot 113

Tehillim Amarot Tehorot – Warsaw, 1838 – First Printed Chassidic Commentary on Tehillim

Amarot Tehorot on Tehillim, by R. Eliezer HaLevi Horowitz, rabbi of Tarnogród. Warsaw: D. L. Sklower, 1838. The first Chassidic commentary printed on Tehillim.
R. Eliezer HaLevi Horowitz Rabbi of Tarnogród (d. 1806), a holy and eminent Torah scholar. Descendant of the Shelah, disciple of R. Yechiel Michel of Zlotchov and R. Elimelech of Lizhensk, and disciple-colleague of the Chozeh of Lublin and the Maggid of Kozhnitz. He died and was buried in Kozhnitz, after visiting the city and stating: "This city is fit for burial".
[2], 67; 59 leaves. 22 cm. Good condition. Stains, including dampstains. Worming. Marginal open tears to some leaves, not affecting text. Perforation to title page. Leaves trimmed close to text in several places. Inscriptions. Stamps, some deleted. New binding.

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