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Divrei Moshe, by Rabbi Moshe [Shoham], one of the discipes of the Besht, Zholkva, 1865. Second edition. With ...
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Divrei Moshe, by Rabbi Moshe [Shoham], one of the discipes of the Besht, Zholkva, 1865. Second edition. With important approbations.
Sefer Divrei Moshe, by Rabbi Moshe Shoham Av Beis Din od Dolina, Shmuel Pinchas Stiller Press, Zholkva, 1865.
, 46 leaves. 24 cm. Approbations by the holy Rav Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heschil the "Ohev Yisroel" of Apta and the holy Rav Rabbi Yitzchak of Radvil the son of the Maggid of Zlotchov (which were printed in the first edition and printed here with variations), Rabbi Yosef Shaul Halevi Nathansohn Av Beis Din of Lvov author of "Shoel Umeshiv", the holy Rav Rabbi Chaim Halberstam of Sanz author of the "Divrei Chaim" and Rabbi Shimon Sofer Av Beis Din of Krakow author of "Nichtav Sofer".
The holy Rav Rabbi Moshe ben Rabbi Dan Shoham of Dolina, a lofty Tzaddik, one of the youngest disciples of the the holy Besht. Studied Torah also with the holy Rav Rabbi Yechiel Michl the Maggid of Zlotchov and his daughter married the Maggid's son the holy Rav Rabbi Yitzchak of Radvil. Authored the Seforim "Divrei Moshe" on the Torah, "Imrei Shoham" on tractates Ketubos, Kiddushin and Bava Metziah and 'Sarag Pri Etz Chaim' on Kabbalah. Many of the Tzaddikim of following generations were his descendants since he was the in-law of the holy Rav Rabbi Sholom Yosef of Sadigura.
New binding, tears and gluings to the last lasf affecting the text, agig stains, fair-good condition.