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" The father and his boys enter the synagogue, sometimes pausing in the vestibule, if they have touched uncleanness on the way, to wash their hands, conveniences for which are placed there. As they enter, they are required to bow to the ark containing the... "
Glimpses of a Strange World - Page 85
by Henry Sandé Stollnitz - 1908 - 202 pages
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British Jews

John Mills - Jews - 1853 - 413 pages
...customary to bow towards the ark, and to say as follows : — " How goodly are thy tents, O Jacob — thy tabernacles, O Israel. And in the greatness of thy benevolence, will I enter thine house ; in reverence of thee will I bow down towards the temple of thine Holiness. O Lord ! I...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 26

Current events - 1870
...As they enter, they are requited to bow to the ark containing the scrolls of the Law, and to say : " In the greatness of thy benevolence will I enter thy house : in reverence of thee will I bow down toward the temple of thy holiness." The " ark " is a closet at the eastern end of the synagogue, usually...
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The Scattered Nation, Volumes 3-4

Missions to Jews - 1868
...iotc towards the Ark, and toy the following : — MAW Towvtr. — How goodly are thy tents, 0 Jacob ! thy tabernacles, O Israel ! And in the greatness of thy benevolence will I enter thine house ; in reverence of thee, will I bow down towards the temple of thine holiness. 0 Lord !...
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Topics of the Time

James Parton - United States - 1871 - 401 pages
...they enter, they are required to bow to the ark containing the scrolls of the Law, and to say : " I" the greatness of thy benevolence will I enter thy house : in reverence of thee will I bow down toward the temple of thy holiness." The " ark " is a closet at the eastern end of the synagogue, usually...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 26

American literature - 1870
...As they enter, they are required to bow to the ark containing the scrolls of the Law, and to say : "In the greatness of thy benevolence will I enter thy house : in reverence of thee will I bow down toward the temple of thy holiness." The "ark" is a closet at the eastern end of the synagogue, usually...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 64

1843
...sustained us and brought us to enjoy this season." The choir then sung: "How goodly are thy tents, O Jacob! thy tabernacles, O Israel! And in the greatness of thy benevolence, will I enter thine house; in reverence- of thee, will I bow down towards the temple of thine holiness, O Lord! I...
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