Sibelius, Jean: Var det en dröm?; Sibelius, Jean: Die stille Stadt : op. 50, no. 5; Sibelius, Jean: Svarta rosor; Sjögren, Emil: I dödens tysta tempelgårdar; Swedish Folk Songs: Allt under himmelens fäste; Swedish Folk Songs: Värmlandsvisan; Burleigh, Harry Thacker (arr.): Swing low, sweet chariot; Payne, John (arr.): Crucifixion; Burleigh, Harry Thacker (arr.): De gospel train
Manuscript; Judah, Samuel; Hart, Barnet; Judah, Elizabeth; Cohen, Barnet; London, United Kingdom; Montreal, Canada; 1778 March 3
Legal documents; Jewish merchants
Printed apprenticeship indenture on vellum, filled out in manuscript. The indenture binds Barnet Hart of London to Samuel Judah a merchant in Montreal as an apprentice. Signed by various family members.
Pamphlet with an act to extend the provisions of an Act made in the thirteenth year of His present Majesty's reign, titled, An Act for naturalizing foreign protestants, and others therein mentioned, as are settled, or shall settle in any of His Majesty's colonies in America, to other foreign protestants who conscientiously scruple the taking of an oath. This Act extends the Act of 6/5/1740 granting rights to Jewish colonists; London, UK
Arnold and Deanne Kaplan Collection of Early American Judaica (University of Pennsylvania)
Marriage; Property; Great Britain; England; Class; France; Immigration; Patriarchy; Money; Court of Chancery; French Revolution; Aristocracy; Nobility; Religion
Correspondence of G.G. Ducarel regarding his daughter Elizabeth, Betsy, and her two brief marriages. A letter describing the different legal possibilities of the Comte de la Pasture as a French alien on British soil. Cursive English script.