The author was a distinguished Yemenite Rabbi of Sana'a whose authority was accepted in India (Enc. Judaica 14, clmn. 683-684). Yaari Calcutta 21 -- VARIOUS AUTHORS. Sefer ha-Pizmonim [songs, edited by Eleazar ben Aaron Saadiah Arakie ha-Kohen]. Calcutta: Eleazar ben Aaron Saadiah Arakie ha-Kohen, 1856. 8vo, modern morocco. Yaari Calcutta 25 -- ARISTOTLE. Sefer ha-Tapuach le-Aristotlus [Aristotle's De Pomo, translated from Arabic into Hebrew]. Calcutta: Ezekiel Suleiman, 1872. 8vo, modern calf. Yaari Calcutta 28 -- ALMOLI, SOLOMON. Sefer ha-Achlamah [on chiromancy]. Calcutta, 1884. Lithographed. 8vo, contemporary quarter cloth. Yaari Calcutta 117 -- ANONYMOUS. Sefer Chanukat ha-Bayit le-David [homilies on Chanukkah]. Calcutta: Solomon ben Abed Twena, 1885. 8vo, modern cloth. Yaari Calcutta 41 -- ANONYMOUS. Sefer Midrash Elijahu [one of seven eulogies by Twena on Elijah David Joseph Ezra, Jewish philanthropist of Calcutta]. Calcutta: Solomon ben Abed Twena, 1888. 8vo, contemporary half cloth. Yaari Calcutta 44 -- MISHNAH. Perek Masekhet Avot [Sayings of the Fathers, with Arabic and English translation]. Calcutta, Ezekiel Suleiman, 1891.8vo, modern cloth. Yaari Calcutta 34 -- LITURGY. [Haftarah of Tish'ah be-Av] [Readings from the Prophets for the Fast of 9 Av, edited by Shalom Joshua Araki ha-Kohen]. Calcutta, n.d. Lithographed, published without a title. 8vo, modern binding, contemporary wrappers bound in. Yaari Calcutta 123 -- JUDAH HALEVI. Mi Kamokha ve-en Kamokha [Poems with Arabic translation]. 8vo, contemporary half calf; upper cover gilt stamped "E.E. Ezra". Unidentified edition, the flyleaf has Yaari Calcutta 97 (printed in 1897), but the cover is stamped "mi kamokha" 1889, possibly indicating that this is Yaari Bagdad 42 or 43 (both printed in 1880), rather than a Calcutta imprint -- ISAAC, I.A. A short account of the Calcutta Jews with a sketch of the bene-Israels the Cochin Jews, the Chinese Jews and the Black Jews of Abyssinia. Calcutta, 1917. 8vo, later quarter calf boards, most contemporary wrappers bound in. [Bound with:] ISAAC. Judaism. Calcutta, 1917 -- [Song of Songs with Targum Jonathan and Arabic translation]. Calcutta, 1841. 8vo, later calf gilt, worn. The first Hebrew book printed in Calcutta. Lithographed, incomplete. Yaari Calcutta 1 -- Seder Yehi Ratson shel Rosh ha-Shanah according to the custom of Calcutta. Two printed single sheets [on recto only], undated, one measuring 345 x 238 mm., the other 235 x 165 mm., listing names of fruits, vegetables and other foods to be eaten on Rosh-ha-Shanah with respective Arabic names and their symbolic wishes for the New Year. (15) " /> [INDIAN IMPRINTS]. JOSEPH BEN GURION (ascr.), Sefer Yosifon [historical chronicle from the Second Temple Period until the year 70 C.E., the year of the Destruction of the Temple by the Romans]. Calcutta: Eleazar ben Aaron Saadiah Arakie ha-Kohen, 1841. With the printer's mark of Arakie ha-Kohen, leader of the Calcutta Jewish community, on last page. <I>8vo, modern half cloth</I>. Yaari Calcutta 4 -- VENTURA, MOSES. Sefer Yemin Moshe [on the laws of ritual slaughtering]. Calcutta: Eleazar ben Aaron Saadiah Arakie ha-Kohen, 1844. <I>8vo, modern calf antique</I>. Yaari Calcutta 14 -- YIHYEH BEN TSALICH IBN YIHYEH. Sefer Sha'arei Kedushah [on the laws of ritual slaughtering]. Calcutta: Eleazar ben Aaron Saadiah Arakie ha-Kohen, 1851. <I>8vo, contemporary calf, some worming; upper cover gilt-lettered in Hebrew "Azariah Shemuel."</I> The author was a distinguished Yemenite Rabbi of Sana'a whose authority was accepted in India (Enc. Judaica 14, clmn. 683-684). Yaari Calcutta 21 -- VARIOUS AUTHORS. Sefer ha-Pizmonim [songs, edited by Eleazar ben Aaron Saadiah Arakie ha-Kohen]. Calcutta: Eleazar ben Aaron Saadiah Arakie ha-Kohen, 1856. <I>8vo, modern morocco</I>. Yaari Calcutta 25 -- ARISTOTLE. Sefer ha-Tapuach le-Aristotlus [Aristotle's De Pomo, translated from Arabic into Hebrew]. Calcutta: Ezekiel Suleiman, 1872. <I>8vo, modern calf</I>. Yaari Calcutta 28 -- ALMOLI, SOLOMON. Sefer ha-Achlamah [on chiromancy]. Calcutta, 1884. Lithographed. <I>8vo, contemporary quarter cloth</I>. Yaari Calcutta 117 -- ANONYMOUS. Sefer Chanukat ha-Bayit le-David [homilies on Chanukkah]. Calcutta: Solomon ben Abed Twena, 1885. <I>8vo, modern cloth</I>. Yaari Calcutta 41 -- ANONYMOUS. Sefer Midrash Elijahu [one of seven eulogies by Twena on Elijah David Joseph Ezra, Jewish philanthropist of Calcutta]. Calcutta: Solomon ben Abed Twena, 1888. <I>8vo, contemporary half cloth</I>. Yaari Calcutta 44 -- MISHNAH. Perek Masekhet Avot [Sayings of the Fathers, with Arabic and English translation]. Calcutta, Ezekiel Suleiman, 1891.<I>8vo, modern cloth</I>. Yaari Calcutta 34 -- LITURGY. [Haftarah of Tish'ah be-Av] [Readings from the Prophets for the Fast of 9 Av, edited by Shalom Joshua Araki ha-Kohen]. Calcutta, n.d. Lithographed, published without a title. <I>8vo, modern binding, contemporary wrappers bound in</I>. Yaari Calcutta 123 -- JUDAH HALEVI. Mi Kamokha ve-en Kamokha [Poems with Arabic translation]. <I>8vo, contemporary half calf; upper cover gilt stamped "E.E. Ezra"</I>. Unidentified edition, the flyleaf has Yaari Calcutta 97 (printed in 1897), but the cover is stamped "mi kamokha" 1889, possibly indicating that this is Yaari Bagdad 42 or 43 (both printed in 1880), rather than a Calcutta imprint -- ISAAC, I.A. A short account of the Calcutta Jews with a sketch of the bene-Israels the Cochin Jews, the Chinese Jews and the Black Jews of Abyssinia. Calcutta, 1917. <I>8vo, later quarter calf boards, most contemporary wrappers bound in</I>. [<I>Bound with</I>:] ISAAC. Judaism. Calcutta, 1917 -- [Song of Songs with Targum Jonathan and Arabic translation]. Calcutta, 1841. <I>8vo, later calf gilt, worn</I>. The first Hebrew book printed in Calcutta. Lithographed, incomplete. Yaari Calcutta 1 -- Seder Yehi Ratson shel Rosh ha-Shanah according to the custom of Calcutta. Two printed single sheets [on recto only], undated, one measuring 345 x 238 mm., the other 235 x 165 mm., listing names of fruits, vegetables and other foods to be eaten on Rosh-ha-Shanah with respective Arabic names and their symbolic wishes for the New Year. (15) | Christie's