Ma’amar Divrei Elokim Chaim handwritten by Rabbi Moshe of Oleh the youngest son of the holy Rav the Admor HaZaken Ba’al HaTanya and Shulchan Aruch, who wrote many of his father’s Ma’amarim.
Divrei Elokim Chaim by Rabbi Moshe the son of the holy Rav the Admor HaZaken author of the Tanya, elucidating basic concepts of Ma’marei HaSiddur by his father the Admor HaZaken. Similar content was printed with variations in Kuntras Peirush HaMilos by his brother the holy Rav Rabbi Dober, the Mittler Rebbe.
The Tzaddik Gaon Rabbi Moshe Av Beis Din of Oleh [born in ca. 1783], the third and youngest son of the holy Rav the Admor HaZaken Ba’al HaTanya. In the years 1802-1808, he used to repeat his father’s Divrei Chassidus. Some of the Drushim of HaAdmor HaZaken in "Torah Or" and "Likutei Torah" are, "Hanachos" of Rabbi Moshe. Eventually, Ma’amarei HaAdmor HaZaken were published from ‘Hanachos’ handwritten by Rabbi Moshe, proofread by the Admor the Tzemach Tzeddek. He also wrote his own innovations, and his writings indicate his great genius. Rabbi Moshe was the son-in-law of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch of Oleh. After his wedding, he served as Rav in Oleh, solving difficult Halachic Sugyos that came before him. In late 1812, he was captured by Napoleon’s army which invaded Russia, was accused of espionage and sentenced to death. These tragic events left their mark, inflicting a lot of pain. See the article by Rabbi Eliyahu Matusov "כיצד חוקרים אישים בישראל, פרק ב: הרב משה בן רבינו הזקן" in his book "Ayin Tachat Ayin" (New York, 2014).
 leaf by Rabbi Moshe, the son of HaAdmor HaZaken Rabbi Shnuel Zalman of Liadi.
Few moth holes to the lower part of the leaf. Placed in an elegant leather binder with a metal plaque. Very good condition.