New York: [NO PUBLISHER], 1905. Hardcover. Item #41150
1st edition. Period boards. 8vo. 24 pages, 24 cm. In Hebrew with some Yiddish. Title translates as "The Sayings of the Rabbis: Part 1." Goldman, #724. Schwartz was a Richmond based Rabbi and Gorchicoff was a rabbi in Ukraine who later moved to New York City and was a member of Agudath Harabbonim. Together, they authored this volume of mussar in order bring attention to those whose religious observance was lacking as a result of forgetfulness or ignorance. Appended are mystical incantations from amulets to protect pregnant women and to guard against the evil eye (Goldman, #724) . SUBJECTS: Jewish sermons - Hebrew. OCLC lists only one copy at the National Library of Israel. Boards are edgeworn and binding is starting. Some pages were trimmed in the margins with no loss to text. Some pages have light foxing. Rare. (RAB-66-4-'+).