The Voice of Jacob 1842

Journal article
In Journal Issue

Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, 1, 7 (1942)

Author(s) David Benjamin AbstractThe foundation of the York Street (Sydney) Synagogue caused a quickening of Jewish consciousness throughout New South Wales, which then included the Port Phillip district, now known as Victoria. The movement . had a noticeable effect in the country towns in the matter of the observance of the Sabbath. In Sydney, under the editorship of Mr. George Moss, there appeared a local edition of The Voice of Jacob, an English periodical founded in 1811. The extract following is from the issue of May 27th, 1842. A copy of this number, bald of the only other two numbers published, are included in the library of our late President
The Voice of Jacob 1842
The Voice of Jacob 1842