Cincinnati: Bloch, 1883. 8vo. Viii, 441 pages. Errata at end. The author states in his preface his intention of creating a non-sectarian reader suitable for Jewish youth, so that they may know their own history and spiritual accomplishments, and proclaims his book suitable as well for the non-Jewish student, as it is free from sectarianism. He includes many passages from the Talmud, as well as Jost, Zunz, Graetz, Philippson, Geiger, Franekel, Sachs, and others. Singerman 3113. This is not the more common Rogers & Sherwood edition. SUBJECT (S) : Readers and speakers. Jews -- History. Jews -- Biography. OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide of this edition. Ex-library with minimal markings. Lacks outer wrappers. Flyleaf loose; soil to outer pages. Text in good condition. (AMR-2-16).