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Divrei Shmuel/Kedushat levi Masechet Avot/Divrei Emet.
Three chassidic books bound together, some of them first editions. The three were printed in lemberg in 1862.
A holy volume from the library of the holy Rav Rabbi Avraham Yaakov of Sadigura the author of the Abir Yaakov.
Sefer Divrei Shmuel by the holy Rav Rabbi Shmelkeh of Nickelsburg. Printed for the first time in Lemberg, 1862.
Contains forewords, approbations, Hanhagos Yesharos and Likutim and five leaves of innovations on Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim and Shut by the holy Rav of Nickelsburg. The manuscript had belonged to the holy Maggid of Kozhnitz and was kept by him for over 70 years. Published by Rabbi Moshe Hacohen Ungar, the grandson of the holy Maggid. Stefansky Chassidut no. 124.
, 5-58 leaves.
Bound with: Kedushat Levi on Pirkei Avot. Eight leaves on trcatate Avot by the holy Rav Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev. First edition. Lemberg, 1862. Published by the above publisher, Rabbi Moshe Hacohen Ungar. Stefansky Chassidut 512.
Bound with: Divrei Emet. By the holy Rav the Chozeh of Lublin. It too was printed in Lemberg in 1862, with an approbation by the holy Rav the Ohev Yisroel of Opatow who writes that whoever owns this book will be protected from sickness.
, 40 leaves.
It should be noted that these three important Chassidic books that were printed in Lemberg in 1862 were often bound together, possibly by the printery itslef.
The Holy Rav Rabbi Avraham Yaakov of Sadigura author of Abir Yaakov [1884-1961] the son of Rabbi Yisroel of Sadigura, a renowned Tzaddik. One of the prominent leaders of the worldwide Agudas Yisroel and one of the leaders of organized Charedi Jews. One of the greatest members of Moetzes Gedolei HaTorah and for as short while, served as its president. One of the founders of Charedi education in Israel who did much work to increase Torah and purity in Israel. Passed away in 1961 without Zera shel Kodesh.