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Rosh Yosef from the Pri Megadim, first edition. Lemberg 1863. Copy of the brothers Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Weiss ofSvaliava and Rabbi Shmuel Zvi Weiss of Munkatch, father of the Imrei Yosef of Spinka. Glosses.

On masechtot Brachot, Shabbat, and Megillah. By the Gaon Rabbi Yosef Teumim, the Pri Megadim, on the Shulchan Aruch, which turned into a foundational work on Jewish psikat halacha—the greatest poskim like the Chafetz Haim and more based themselves on his books. First edition (on these masechtot, his work on masechet Hulin was printed a few years prior). | On the cover is the handwritten signature of Rabbi Shmuel Zvi Weiss of Munkatch, father of the Imrei Yosef of Spinka, and two stamps of ownership of Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Weiss, Ra’avad of Svaliava and Munkatch. Body of the book have glosses, probably in their handwriting. Rabbi Shmuel Zvi Weiss (? – 1879) succeeded his father as Ra’avad of Munkatch after his father immigrated to Israel. He was the student of Sar Shalom of Belz, Rabbi Yehuda Zvi of Razla, and Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac of Zidichov, the Bnei Issachar. At his wedding the Bnei Issachar was the mesader kedushin. He edited for the printer the book Da’at Kedoshim of his rabbi, Yehuda Zvi of Razla. Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac of Svaliava wrote in his book Beit Yitzhak that his brother was beside Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac of Zidichov when he was dying, and he put his hands on his head and gave him the power of being a miracle worker. Throughout his time in Munkatch people gathered around him. Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Weiss (1824-1894), rabbi of Svaliava and successor of his brother in Munkatch. Student of the Bnei Issachar, the Sar Shalom of Belz, Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac of Zidichov, also edited his books, Rabbi Zvi Hirsch of Rimnov, Rabbi Yisrael of Ruzhin, and the Divrei Haim of Sanz. Among his students was his nephew Rabbi Yosef Meir Weiss, the first Admor of Spinka the Imrei Yosef. His son-in-law was the Admor Rabbi Elimelech of Tash. Wrote Beit Yitzhak and Divrei Yitzhak and Toldot Yitzhak. | Moth marks. Not bound. | 85 pages. 37cm. Generally ok to good condition.
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