A collection of prayers from all over the year according to the Arizal, part two, in the style of the Chabad Chassidim with many additions by the Alter Rebbe, author of the Tanya, "according to the one printed in Berditchev" [see below] - third edition Koenigsberg 1852. Various signatures, various tears, moth holes and stains, general good condition, faded signatures on title page, not checked thoroughly, stamp of Chabad Central Synagogue in Tel Aviv. The third edition of Siddur with Da'ush (Siddur with Droshi - commentary on the Siddur by the Alter Rebbe, was first printed by the middle Rebbe, in Kapist 1815, and second in Berditchev 1818 and then printed in this edition). With regard to why this siddur was printed with Hassidic exegeses, especially in Prussia, which did not have many Chabad Chassidim, and not in Russia itself, where most Chabad Hasidim were located, Rabbi Chaim Lieberman referred to the teachings of Chabad - Bibliography - Tanya p. 72:"In the period following the printing of the printing press in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Hebrew printers were established in the state of Prussia, in towns near the border of the Russian state of Lithuania, such as Konigsberg, Jahnisburg, M'amel and Danzig. Which were intended to transfer them to Russia legally, that is, to pass them through the customs station and through censorship, etc., printed regular gates with the name of the printer and the printing press There were books that for various reasons were designed to smuggle them across the border. These books printed pages in hiding the place of printing and the name of the printer and the date, and many times they printed a fake date many years earlier. Many years in front of an unknown place. " Therefore, even in this siddur they have omitted the place of printing, and they also changed the year of printing, which would look like an old book printed in Berditchev, before the pattern was decreed: In the year you worked the Lord with all your heart to . Regarding the year in which this book was printed: It is clear that the year 1831 was not correct, since the decree began in 1837, and only then did the books of Hasidism for Russia begin to be printed in Konigsberg. So Friedberg assumed that he was from the year 1857 (based on what?), While the bartender added a year, and recorded that it was from 1858 (based on what?). These hypotheses were copied by most of the authors of the books, which later, Winograd (curator of the Hebrew book, Koenigsberg 165), wrote: Koenigsberg 1857. Indeed, in the name of number 102, Winograd once again registers this order itself: "[Koenigsberg], 1852." And it is certainly correct, since the individual "in the year that you served God with all your heart" (1841) to deceive the censor ), And if we list the name of God in full, which is in the Gematri '26, may be' the individual. And although the catalog writers assumed that the date was completely false, along with the printing press; This is also the correct date: 1861. Another fact gives us the impression that the year of printing is 1852 (and not the second, 1857), since this printer, Adalem Zameter, printed several books in Koenigsberg between the years 1861-1957 (Maalot HaTorah, Kingship, Orach Chaim, Lamentations, Shulchan Aruch, and the Passover Haggadah), and did not print any book after the year 1857.