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" ... the isles of the sea ; and some of them were sold for men-servants and maid-servants in Genoa and its villages ; and some of them were drowned in the sea. "
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1835
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An Appeal to the People in Behalf of Their Rights as Authorized Interpreters ...

Catharine Esther Beecher - 1860 - 380 pages
...; their bodies, yet living, were ripped open for the hidden gold. Thus writes Rabbi Josef: " ' And there were among them who were cast into the isles of the sea, a Jew and his old father, fainting from hunger, begging bread ; and there was none to break unto them...
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The History of the Jews, from the Earliest Period Down to Modern Times, Volume 3

Henry Hart Milman - 1865
...maid-servants in Genoa and its villages ; and some of them were O ' drowned in the sea. See, O Lord, whom hast thou afflicted so much that a man should...! For there were among them who were cast into the O isles of the sea upon Provence, a Jew and his old father fainting from hunger, begging bread ; and...
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The History of the Jews, from the Earliest Period Down to Modern Times, Volume 3

Henry Hart Milman - 1870
...and maid-servants in Genoa and its villages ; and some of them were drowned in the sea. See, O Lord, whom hast thou afflicted so much that a man should...in a strange country. And the man went and sold his h'ttle son for bread, to restore the soul of the old man. And it came to pass, when he returned unto...
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The Jews: their past, present and future

J. Alexander - 1870
...strain, tells us many touching incidents, one of which I will give you literally :— " See, O Lord, whom hast thou afflicted so much that a man should...his fruit ? For there were among them who were cast upon the isles of the sea, upon Provence, a Jew and his old father, fainting from hunger, begging bread...
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The History of the Jews: From the Earliest Period Down to Modern Times, Volume 3

Henry Hart Milman - 1883
...and maidservants in Genoa and its villages ; and some of them were drowned in the sea. See, 0 Lord, whom hast thou afflicted so much that a man should...of the sea upon Provence, a Jew and his old father tainting from hunger, begging bread ; and there was no one to break unto him in a strange country....
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A History of the Inquisition of Spain, Volume 1

Henry Charles Lea - 1906
...in Genoa and its villages and some of them were cast into the sea. . . . For there were among those who were cast into the isles of the sea upon Provence...his old father fainting from hunger, begging bread, for there was no one to break unto him in a strange country. And the man went and sold his son for...
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A History of the Inquisition of Spain: Origin and establishment. Relations ...

Henry Charles Lea - 1906
...in Genoa and its villages and some of them were cast into the sea. . . . For there were among those who were cast into the isles of the sea upon Provence...his old father fainting from hunger, begging bread, for there was no one to break unto him in a strange country. And the man went and sold his son for...
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A History of the Inquisition of Spain, Volume 1

Henry Charles Lea - 1906
...the isles of the sea upon Provence a Jew and his old father fainting from hunger, begging bread, for there was no one to break unto him in a strange country. And the man went and sold his son for bread to restore the soul of the old man. And it came to pass, when he returned to his old...
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Isabel of Castile and the Making of the Spanish Nation, 1451-1504

Ierne Lifford Plunket - 1915 - 432 pages
...Genoa and its villages, and some of them were cast into the sea. . . . For there were, among those who were cast into the isles of the sea upon Provence,...his old father fainting from hunger, begging bread, for there was no one to break unto him in a strange country. And the man went and sold his son for...
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Isabel of Castile and the Making of the Spanish Nation, 1451-1504

Ierne Lifford Plunket - 1915 - 432 pages
...the isles of the sea upon Provence, a Jew and his old father fainting from hunger, begging bread, for there was no one to break unto him in a strange country. And the man went and sold his son for bread to restore the soul of the old man. And it came to pass, when he returned to his old...
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