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Author: Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657.
Title: The hope of Israel: written by Menasseh ben Israel, a Hebrew divine, and philosopher. Newly extant, and printed in Amsterdam, and dedicated by the author to the High Court, the Parliament of England, and to the Councell of State. Translated into English, and published by authority. In this treatise is shewed the place wherein the ten tribes at this present are, proved partly by the strange relation of one Anthony Montezinus, a Jew, of what befell him as he travelled over the Mountaines Cordillære, with divers other particulars about the restoration of the Jewes, and the time when.:
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The hope of Israel: written by Menasseh ben Israel, a Hebrew divine, and philosopher. Newly extant, and printed in Amsterdam, and dedicated by the author to the High Court, the Parliament of England, and to the Councell of State. Translated into English, and published by authority. In this treatise is shewed the place wherein the ten tribes at this present are, proved partly by the strange relation of one Anthony Montezinus, a Jew, of what befell him as he travelled over the Mountaines Cordillære, with divers other particulars about the restoration of the Jewes, and the time when.:
Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657., Wall, Moses.

Printed at London: by R.I. for Hannah Allen, at the Crown in Popes-head Alley, 1650.
Alternate titles: Miḳṿeh Yiśraʼel. English
Subject terms:
Lost tribes of Israel
Jews -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89453.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Parliament, the Su∣pream Court of England, and to the right Honourable the Councell of State, Menasseh Ben Israell, prayes God to give health, and all Happinesse.
MENASSEH BEN ISRAEL to the courteous Reader.
The Translator to the Reader.
The Authors of other Na∣tions, which are quoted in this Treatise.
The Hebrew Books, and Authors.
THE RELATION OF ANTONY MONTEZINVS.
The HOPE of ISRAEL.
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