The book of religion, ceremonies, and prayers of the Jews,
as practised in their synagogues and families on all occasions: On their Sabbath and other holy-days throughout the year, to which is added, a preface shewing the intent of the whole. The contents, and an index, with the Hebrew title of each prayer made English; with many remarkable observations and relations of the rabbies: All which are what the modern Jews religiously observe. Translated immediately from the Hebrew, by Gamaliel Ben Pedahzur, Gent.
London, Printed for J. Wilcox, 1738.