Francis Daniel Pastorius, His Hive, Melliotrophium Alvear or, Rusca Apium, Begun Anno Do[mi]ni or, in the year of Christian Account 1696.; Francis Daniel Pastorius his Alphabetical Hive of more than two thousand Honey-Combs, or Bee-Stock, Rusca Ap[i]um, begun in the year 1696.; Beehive manuscript.
Pietism.; Books and reading.; American poetry.; American poetry -- Colonial period.; Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.; German Americans -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.; German Americans.; Quakers.; American poetry -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.; Codices.; Commonplace books.; Diagrams.; Dictionaries.; Genealogies (histories); Indexes (reference sources); Lists.; Manuscripts, American.
Pastorius, Francis Daniel,; Pastorius family; Powell, Howell. Commemoratory poem on Francis Daniel Pastorius.
Alchemy.; Alchemy -- Early works to 1800.; Pharmacy -- Early works to 1800.; Pharmacy.; Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.; Materia medica.; Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800.; Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions.; Codices.; Dictionaries.; Prescriptions.; Recipes.; Manuscripts.; Manuscripts, European.
Broadside that was Lithographed for the Benefit of the Loo-Choo Naval Mission of the Lord's Prayer in fourteen different languages: Hebrew, French, Syriac [Syrian], Polish Jewish [Yiddish], Turkish, German, New Greek [Modern Greek], Latin, Italian, Arabic, Loo-chooan Japanese, Portuguese Jewish [Ladion], Hollandish [Dutch], and Chinese. "A Facsimile of the original M.S. A Production of B.J. Bettelheim. M / (Lord's Prayer. Polyglot) London: by E. Barwick, 1847; Loo-Choo, Japan; London, England
Collection of over 20 choral pieces for a synagogue choir. The pieces at the beginning of the manuscript (p. 1-46) are marked in parts for soloists and chorus; in the rest of the manuscript parts are also marked for the cantor. The Hebrew lyrics are transliterated for pronunciation by German readers, who might have been in Germany or in the United States. A small number of pieces have attributions, to Naumburg (Louis Naumburg, 1813-1902, p. 1, 115), Abrass (Osias Joshua Abrass, 1820-1884, p. 11), Madame Handvogel (Virginie Handvogel?, p. 73), Blumenthal (Nissan Blumenthal?, 1805-1903, p. 78), and Chalaff (p. 108), Many of the pieces are for weekly services; a smaller number are for holidays. Some leaves show evidence of trimming (for example, p. 133)
between 1860 and 1899
Hebrew; German; Italian; French
Arnold and Deanne Kaplan Collection of Early American Judaica (University of Pennsylvania)