1. Ben Porat Yosef, on chassidut, by Rabbi Yaakov Yosef HaKohen of Polona, author of “Toldot Yaakvo Yosef”—student of the Ba’al Shem Tov. Printed in Pietrekov 1883. 2. Noam Magadim and Kvod HaTorah, on chassidut, by Rabbi Eliezer HaLevi Ish Horwitz, Av Beit Din of Tarnigrad—student of Rabbi Elimelech of Luzhansk. Printed in Lviv, 1873. 3.Sfatei Tzadikim, articles on the Torah by Rabbi Pinchas Lerner, Av Beit Din of Dinawitz in Bessarabia—among them divrei torah by his rabbi, Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heschel of Aphtha, the Ohev Yisrael. Printed in Warsaw 1909. 4. Safra Zikukin d’Nura u’Biurin Dasa, commentary on the Tanna D’Rabbi Eliyahu. Warsaw 1880. The copy was owned by the kabbalist Rabbi Shimon Englander, with a stamp on the first page. 5. Or Pnei Moshe on the five books of Torah and megillot, by Rabbi Moshe Sofer of Peshversk. Warsaw 1883. Bound together with the books Netzach Yisrael and Tiferet Yisrael by Rabbi Yehuda Liva, the Maharal of Prague. Warsaw 1885/6. 6. Toldot Yaakov Yosef (5 sections in one volume) on the Torah, by Rabbi Yaakov Yosef HaKohen of Polona, student of the Ba’al Shem Tov, Premyslan 1909. Nice copy, each section has its own cover page. 7. Be’er Moshe, on the Torah, by Rabbi Moshe Elyakim Briya Hopstein of Kozhnitz, son of the Maggid of Kozhnitz. Jozefof 1883. Copy of the kabbalist Rabbi Shimon Englander, stamp on the first page and cover. 8. Yosher Divrei Emet, articles of chassidut by Rabbi Meshulam Feivish HaLevi of Zabriz, Munkatch 1905. Attached to it is a pamphlet, Nezirut Shimshon, from the author’s son Rabbi Shimshon of Ozriyan. 9. Parshat Drachim, 26 drashot by Rabbi Yehuda Roznis, the Mishneh LaMelech, on the Rambam. Warsaw 1870, bound together with the book Ohev Yisrael Chassidut, by Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heschel of Aphtha. Warsaw 1881. Various conditions, wear, moisture stains, moth damage.