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HOLIDAY TALES

LEGENDS SURROUNDING THE JEWISH


HOLIDAYS AND FESTIVALS

by

HYMAN

E.

GOLDIN

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THE LAIfS OP

SEARCHING

AFTER LEAVEN.

Nissan,

Ou the eveninsr precodiag the Fourteenth Day of the month


immediately after thf evening Service, prior to enteriiijr on any occupation
whaiboever, it is reqaiidte for the Master of every Family to search after
leavened is supposed to be kept, gathering all the leaven lying in his way.
Befor he begins the Search,
,

nna

art thou, o Lord,


King of the Universe,

Blessed

our God!

who has sanctified us with thy


commandments, and commandest

says the following*

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US to remove the leaven.

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Between the blessing and malting the search, and during the search, strict
after he has dune, he secures the pieces of leaven,
which he has gathered, and says:

silence is to be observed

ho All manner of leaven, that


i.

iu

have

my

possess!..,

not

nor

seen,

which

removed,

shall be null, and accounted dust

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On the Fourteenth Day, after the fou'-th hour (about ten o'clock in the
morning) all manner of leavan must be removed, and that which was ga.thered the preceedinj evening, must be burnt ; then he that gathered th
leaven, says as follows:
If the master
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is

All

in

is

nt at home, he annuls the leaven,

manner

my

of leaven, that
possession,
which I

tit ro'tTeVwhlJkttavS
accounted

as

the

the first Seder

is

of the

i>iVttH1

wherever he

ig.

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J^nariN^ni nnpm^niE^na

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celebrated on Saturday night the

'infi

search

for

made on the preceedmg Thursday night and burnt on


before noon and all manner of leaven is removed on Friday

he leaven
''riday

dut

SJS^Sjn

is

reserving only two meals for Sabbath.

yny

]^V^2^3n

-no

the Eve of a Festival is on the fourth or filth day of the


week, they take bread and some prepared food, and say

If

rh^ ^y-j^^^ ^^ ;-|p^- r^^

in= Blessed art thou, O


Kiug^ oi
Lord, o.ir God
the universe, who hast
ihy
sanctihco us with

^^
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commandments ajid commanded us concerning


the

:)

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By

this

rncan^

for us

be allowable

to bake, boil

^^^
tt

it

and

to

the

and

all

Sabbath,

for

tliis

city.

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us

the Israelites, that

dwell in

keep S'2U^57'1

"'"'v"t
liglit^, aad to do
up
and prepare all things
necessary, on the festival
for

^lo

ru

l]f>ht

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THE PREPARATION OF THE TABLE AND THE


FOUR CUPS
The table must be prepared during daylight, but the
ceremony should not begin until after nightfall. On a dish
three Matzoth are placed
each covered separately, and
upon them are placed in the following order
;

The

E^^jf.

Charoseib.

Salt-Wftter,

The shaiikhone.

Bittei

Herbs.

Pardej.

HDD

b'^ c^n^p

SANCTIPICATION

FOR THE

I'ASSOVER.

FILL THE FIRST CUP WITH WINE


If the Feast happens on the

Sabbath Eve,

'cwn nv (The sixth day) and

-ipn

'H'l

betjin here.
21J?

iM'i

nni?

the heavens and the earth were

and all ihe host of


finished,
them. And on the seventh day
God ended liis work which he
had made. And he rested on
the seventh day from all his
work which he had mad'^. and
God blessed the seventh day,
because he
and sanctified it
thereon rested from all his work
which God created and made.
;

if

^'Ip?^ ^T'^^!^

t]-i^;i

on an other Night of the week, begin here.

r\T\\

art
thou,
Kinj^ of the
Eternal, our God
universe.
Creator of the fruit
of vine.

n^a

DVn.v Q\ibs;

Blessed

nas

T]n|

naB

^^

fi^

art thou,
ina Blessed
Eternal,
our God
Sovereign
of the universe, who hath chosen
us from aniony all people, and
didst exalt us above all nations
and didst sanctify us with the
commaniiments, and with love
hast thou sriven us, o Eternal,

t?

Sabbath

our God! (On the


s a y, Sabbath for the rest and)
solemn days for joy. festivals
and seasons for gladness
(0 n
the Sabbath say, the Sabbatlrday, and) this day of the
feast of Unleavened Cakes the
season of our freedom
a holy
convocation, a memorial of the
departure from Ejrypt
for thou
hast chosen us and santifled us
above all people
and (he (Sabbath and) holy festivals hast
thou caused us to inherit with
(love and fi^vour) joy and glad"
Eternal
fless Blessed art thou,
;

in

^\ "JD

<-ni'^

n^c'ri)

^?^1B ^l^y^
"

*^^^?'^'V

D''!?j;n

who

sanctifietli

(the

Sahhath)

ti^'lp^S
I-

and

Israel

"'"'

t:

and the seasons.

If the Feast

HnS
THST
t -

^iDbn^n
T
:

2''j'5?'ll'^^?T4'*?

H'"^?^*'^"*

happens at the conclusion of the Sabbath, the following

is

said

before. i3"nnE'

T-D

Blessed art thon, o Lord,


Kiii<r of the univerbe,
Creator of .he raaiance ot the fire.

onr God

^^-^^^^ r,^^ ^2'r\bi^


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t

nna Blesspd ai't th^u, o Lord,


Ein- of the ui.iyersej
onr God
a distinction
who hath made
between holy, and not holy;
between liyrht and darkness;
between Israel and other nations;
between the s-eventh day and

sabbath-day in preterejice to
thon
the six working days
also separatest thy people Israel,
and didst sanctify th-ni with
thy holiness. Ble sed art thou,
Eternal who makpth a destinetion between holv and not holy.
Lord,
ina Blesse.l art tlion,
;

Kinir of the universe,


onr God
who hath preserved us alive ;
sustained us, and brought us
!

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to enjoy the seasn.

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working (la^s. Thou


the six
didst also difecriininate between
the sanctity of the s-al.bath-day,
and the sani'tity of the otiier
holydays; and conspcratest the

"j^l'p
'"'"

fSanctification), leaning on the left side.

T7ASHING THE

HAIs^DS.

After which, wash your hands, but do not say the blessing.

TAKE THE PARSLEY

<fcc.

The Master of the House then takes some Parsley, or chervil, and dips it into
vinegar, on salt and water, and having distributed some lo every one at
table, they say the following Grace before they eat it.
-inn Blessed art tbou,

onr God

King

o Lord,

of the universe,

reator of the fruit of the earth.

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SERVICE FOR THE TWO FIRST NIGHTS OF PASSOVER

BREAK THE MIDDLE CAKE.


The Master of the House breaks the middle cake
half of

there, he reserves thie other half,

it

till

in the

plale

and leaving

after sapper, for the pip'UH

THE SERVICE OF THE PASSOVER.


then take the bone of the Lamb, and the egg of the plate, and
table hold it and say :

una Lo

this is as the bread

those

all

let

SHS

in the land of Esrypt

ate

tors

SDH'?

^^^T?

^-^l

at

which our ances-

atniction,

of

all

who are hnnjrry


and all
come and

enter and eat thereof;

who

are

necessitons,

celebiate

the

we

present

Passover

celebrate

At
here,

it

but the next year we hope to


celebrate
Israel

we

This year

vants

but

here,

we hope

of

are

next

ser-

in

Israel.

pin
.

Fill the

no

rii^i
^li hazr^
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cup with wine the second time, and take the dish from the table,
and the younoest in the company asks.

Wherefore

is

this

nig'ht disting-uished

from

all

year,

freemen

be

to

the land

T ~

T T

land of

the

in

it

other nights

other night

we

Any

ma

}'

eat

either leavened or unlea-

vened bread, but on this


night only
unleavened
bread any other night,
we may eat any specie

^5iV

r6^jr\

nVa

night

of herbs, but this

only bitter herbs

other
aip

night

any

we do not

even once,

but

on

rm nvB 6'

rh^yr\
T

TV

w
this night twice

on

rn:n

lo

all

the other nights we eat

and drink

either sitting

on this

or leaning, but

night we

all lean.

Pat the dish again on the

Because, we were
slaves unto Pharaoh in
Egypt, and the eternal,
our God, brought us
forth from thence, with

table,

and the company responds.

B'^2y

a mighty

t?

yiini' nptn

d'^i?

and an

hand

outstretched arm ; and


if the most Holy, blessed
be He had not brought
forth our ancestors from
Egypt, we,
and our

-rk sin Tjni t^Mnpn

and children's
children had still continued m bondage to the
Pharaohs inEg3'pt; therefore, although we were
all wise, all of us having
knowledge in the law,
it nevertheless is incumbent upon us to discourse
departure from
ff the
and all those
Eg3^pt
children,

\T'h

1i^:n1

^J?1

ny'is'7 '\T:^

D'^yii"'

ir7j^'

1d''?'

'rhi

U''h;20h

d'Jj~t

rhi

nivo .nnirn'riA
naipri

'721

who

largely
discourse
of the departure from
Egypt are to be praised.
nt?j?a

and

thns

related

is

of Rablii Eliezer, Rabbi Joshua,

Eabbi Elazer,
riah,

tlie

son

of Aza-

Rabbi Akeeba, and

Eabbi

rns?'

]li5-ia ^2-11

2''pr '111

Tarpon that they once met


night

the

and continued

pin
of

the

all

that

les
it

Passover]

of

departure
night,

came and
is

till

saiJ,

time, to

[on

PASSOVEK

OF

FOR THE TWO FIRST NIGHTS

SERVICE

11

Dnspp vn) pin ^p2]^?pD


.

in

discoursing

from Egypt,
their discip-

instructors,

read

the

npi on^'P^n >s*r^ ir

asnp pi

mor-

on?

:nnntr^ir5;pt!;

ning vntr."

lOK Rabbi Ela/.ar, the son of


Verily, I am like
Azariah said
a man of seventy, and have
hitherto not been able to prove
that the narration of the departure from Eirypt ougiit to he
related at night, till expounded
for it is
by the son of Zonia
said, that thou mayest remember the day of thy going forth
from the land of Egvpt, ALL
the days of thy life." From

^irniii

v.'?ri

.H^ITI? 12
f :-:

i^U^

ITl^t'S
tt

""ni

1DX
t
-

''3^^ ^"Ti
U^V2^
ti>^.'
-?
^ i^.-rr 1^3
\rfr'
-,^^.,^ ns*^*,?^ ^nsinW
il JT
UM^U iiSS^i" \uesi^U ''{n^^r
J>-'
|-^^^

....

whence

\e

observed,

expression of
tliat the
the days of thy life, signifies the
days alone but ALL the days of
The
life include the nights also
sages explain this text thus:

il2tn ]Vj^b ip.5^

Dr-n
pi

Sn
h^

D''i?p

',,

1^1

D''D^"I
t.

^^n^jA^sj n^J:^:^^
U^nj
UMUISS

np

^n?
^^^h-

^D^ *^^^n
...-:
v -

?l''''n
I

n/ ^^n
*Hl^'^'pn
t

?I''''n
^j./,?

12
Tlip

d1^s of the

life

refer to
All the

I'Ut
\\nv\i\
only
thi.>
days oi thy life denotes
the times of the Messiah.
;

even
-

1112
the
Blessed
be
Omnipresent, blessed is
he who hath given the
law to his people Isi^ael;
blessed be he, whose law
of
distinctly
speaketh

four children of different


dispositions; viz: the wise,
the wicked, the simple,

he who hath
capacity to inquire.

and

^iiK*^^

nan

inv irxa'

The wise

(son)

T -

h^'p]

lr-::^7

niln

init:-

ir]k\

hhn ins

irsii;

insT 'en nnsi

T|n|

nTin nisi

Tun

no

on
thus

expresses himself: what


meaneth these tastimonies, statutes, and judgements, which the Lord,
our God hath commanded
shalt thou
us ? Then
instruct him in all the
laws of the Passover;
also that we must have no
dessert brought to table
*fter the paschal lamb.

yc^'T

V -

DDH

SERVICE FOR THE TWO FIRST

13

The

wicked (son)
expresses himself thus
what do you mean by
ye-i

NlCffl'BS

ii?i

OP

PASfff'TilE

n nD yah

the
service ? By
expression You, it is clear
he doth not include himself
and as he hath
withdrawn from the nation he denies a principle
of faith. Therefore must
thou retort upon him
{Set his teeth on edge)
by saying This is done
because of that, which
the Eternal did for ME,
when I went forth from
this

"B^r

.lS

A'?!"

D57

for ME, but


not for him
for had
he been there he would
not have been (thought
worthy" to be) redeemed.
nri
The simple (son)

Egypt

no."ia"t in

no Dn

artlessly observes, what


this ?
Then shalt

is

with
thou answer him
a strong hand the Eternal
brought us out of Egypt,
from the house of bondage.
:

li'MCi But as for


hath no capacity
thou must beyiu (the
as it is said,
and
inform th.y sW on

sayin*

(this

is

who

him,

inquire

to

discourse);

thou shalt

day,
that
done) because

i^rin bi'3 tj:?'? 'pniii

of that (which) the Eternal did


for

me, Avhen

went forth from

Egrypt.
^13'

Possibly you

that he

(the

may

father)

is

explain
from
day of the month

the

efoie

on

to

it

day: yet,

is

it

first

ther-

JD'3,

said,

as

think

bound

is

that

said

on

ii'irin

Sir

nf^

-lai!?

id^h

ora

'A

HDS %'
that day,

tood that it mast be done


it

is

(this

day

but as

done)

is

from

etc.

14

rT\Ti

iiu?ht be anders-

it

it

said,

of

that

becanse

Trhich

it

wliilst

is

nr idj;3

nj.

inyi

be

to

is

infered at no other time, but

s'?

when

the nnleavened Cake, and bitter

herbs are placed before thee.

Our

n'jnno

anciently

were
bnt at

ancestors

indolators

V T

rr\\

nni:iS!

nniy

T -

nfnm

the Lord hath brought

present

near to

tis

semce

his

as

it

and Joshua said nnto

is

said,

all

the people

Eternal, the

thus

God of

said

Israel,

the

your

dwelt on the other side


of the river (Euphrates) In old

ancestors

time (even) Terah the father of


Abraham, and the father oT
Nachor, and served other gods.
And I tooke your Father
Abraham from the other side
him
let
of the river, and
throusfhnut

all

the land

of Ca-

multiplied his

naan and

seed,

and ^ave him Isaac ; and I save


unlo Isaac, Jacob and Esau
and gave unto Esau mount Sair
for his possession ; but Jacob

and

his

children

went

down

into Egypt.

/mikS

n^n^

Vyt;;

TT^

be
he,
preserved
his promise unto Israel
Blessed be the Most Holy,
ina

who

Blessed

strictly

who premeditated the end


of the captivity, that

he

might perform that which

sin

"qm

^i"ii|n^

SERTICE FOR THE TWO FIRST HTGflTS OF PASSOYER

15

he had promised to our


father Abraham, between
the parts ^) as is said
;

unto Abraham Know of


a surety that thy seed
shall be a strang-er in a
land which is not their's,
and they will make thim
serve, and they shall aff:

lict

them four hundred


And also that

years.

nation

whom

np nii^p yan^ cni^

they shall

serve, will I judge

and

afterward shall they go


out with great substance.

(.DnK"ip!3 p"'i Ni^i

vpy D^3v:

Between the

d^cj'jn nty^B?

njm

n-i'i

vry tim)

Parts.
The covenant made with Abraham,
when he yas commaiided to divide the heifer, groat and ram ; through
whioh a smokinar furnace and flaming lamp passed hy which the covena^
was made hetwe^n Ood and Abraham ; and is therefore called the covenant
made between the parts.
')

Lift

And
came promise
K'm

it

np
is

the

cup of Wine and say

this

!):''rii::s'7

whicli has

been the support of our


ancestors and of us (too):
for at every time enemies
rise against us, to anuibnt the Most
hilate us
Holy, blessed be he, hath
delivered us out of their

rnn^j^

i2'72

nns

1111

iii"b5?e;

s^'^l

ii,r\p

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s?

.irni??'? i:T>;'a''ipij?

T]n3

in

hands.

'D'nijni

DTP

i:Si'a
:
Search and inquire
what Laban, the Syrian ti>j53
"j
intended to do to our
p'7
''Pisn
for Pha- nib'r'?'
father Jacob
raoh decreed the destrucri>*-!5ir . ir^s
tion of the males only,
but Laban intended to
root out the whole ; as
nip:^? b*j?3 p'?i
a Syrian had
it is said
(nearly) caused my father ''s'liS
"Tiii-^
.
isri
"^
to perish; and he went
Jg"'"' ,-,.
down into Egypt, and nfi^liO "T1 . ^3X
sojourned there with a
few persons, and they
s

no

.TO

ipri

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128

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became
mighty

there

and

a great,

nni?

7nV

'u'?

cty ^T1

numerous

:2"ii

nation.
Ti'i

down

And he went ciJ


into Egypt:

compelld by
(of

God),

ned there;
we

the

word

and sojourby which

are taught that he


did not go down to settle
there, but only to sojourn;
as is said. And they
(Joseph's brethren) said

DE^* *iri

np'i'ni'Q
:

ibin

ip?! ni; '?^

nnspa

iX^haUh-Sjou'n iw?

ypntt'ri?

Ti'i"
''s

"'j'jz

i!?^P

iras

nj;n-!5H nt;.s'i

SERVICB

17

FOR THE

in the land are

TWO FIRST NIGHTS OF PASSOTER

we come,

because
there
is
no
pasture for the flocks of
thj servants, for the famine is sore in the land

of Canaan
and now let
thy servants dwell, we
pray thee, in the land
;

TT

" T

of Groshen.

With

noa

few

VT

-:

persons:
With

as it is said:
three score and ten

souls

thy ancestors

down into
now the Eternal,
thy God hath made thee
went

F.g-ypt:

as the stars

of

heaven

for multitude.
HM
And he there
became a nation;

by which we are infor-

med that

the

children

were distinguished (even in Egypt) as


a peculiar people.
of Israel

Great

msy

^na

up

^'^^.1

and

might; as it is said, ,,And


the children of Israel
were fruitful, and increased abundantly, and multiplied, and grew excedingly mighty, and the
land was filled with them.

7ani

nNQ

rnn

no?
nps?

ni^pi'

And

am
numerous;
as it is said I have caused thee to multiply like
the vegetation of the
:

and thou becamest


considerable and great,
and adorneth with many

ynTT

field,

beauties

thy breasts are

'nv2

'm

18

fashioned, and thy hair


grown, yet thou art naked
and bare.

And

ij,nn

ERypiians

the

treated us, afllicled us and

hard

And

upon us.

bonda<(e

ill-

laid

the E<,'yptiaMs ill-treated


us; as it is said. Come on,
let

deal wisely Avilh them,

us

let

it

multiply and
that,

pass,

wlien

be a war,

to

join

it

our enemies, and


us,

And

ted us;

as

unto

also

a.ainst

fipfht

they
it

thereupon

they

afflic-

burdenons

built,

,,And

said,

is

did

with
and

cities

for

it

laboura

treasure

over

set

task-masters, to afflict

their
it

come to
happen

and depart of the land."

lawvn

it

it

there

mini ]:;D'?"n^?p'''%

Pharaoh, Pithom and Raainses".

.n^fon

n^i

nai na {on

r'^^

FOR

SERVICE

19

And they

it is said

FIRST

NIGHTS

OP

PASSOVER

bondage

hard

laid

upon us, as

TOW

THIS

And

the

Egyptians compelled the children


f Israel to labor with ri?or.

we

And

pysji

unto

cried

our
heard
our voice, and observed our
affliction, our
labor and our

the Eternal

of

Eternal

the

ancestors;

God

the

oppression:

And we cried unto the


Eternal the God of our

^rninx

'ribx I'l'-ht}

pi;^?V

ancestors;

And

said
long
it came to pass in
this
time that the Kitig of Eyypt
died, and the children of Israel
fiighed
by reason of the bondage; and"^ they cried, and their
as

is

it

Dnip

'^^b no'^i Drin d**?!;

complaint came up unto God,


by reason of the bonda^re".
yoB"! And the Eternal
heard our voice; as it
said,

is

And Cod heard

their

n^3

groaning, and God remembered

with Abraham,
and with Jacob."

covenant

his

Isaac,

Kin And he
affliction;

D^-1^

yptp/^l

saw our
denotes

this

their being denied the company


their

of

wives,

propagation as

God

it

to

:aprrn3

prevent

said,

is

looked upon the

of Israel, and

iDiSi'^

And

children

God took cogni-

of them.
And our grieviousness;
this denotes the destruction of the male children as

zance

it is

born,

said,

ye

Every son
shall

cast

that,

into

is

the

daughter ye

8hlu'saveal7v%

And our
this

denotes

And

oppression;

fatigue

as

it

is

have also seen


oppression wher-with the
the
Egyptians oppress them".
said,

...-.-

,^^,pj;:^;^^;^^p^^^p^^,L,^<^^pj^^^^^^^

nD5

And

13N'^

the

Eternal

bron^'ht ns forth from E<,'ypt,


with a stron? hand and with
an outstretched arm; with great
terror,
and with signs and

b^

mn

T3

20

Di1V?P

is

^hn^ nprn

wonders.

anvD

pxn

"Tisni:;

And the Eternal


brought us forth from
i3N'svi

Egypt,

not by means of
angel, nor liy means of a seraph,
nor liy means of a massenger: but
the Most Holy, blessed be he himself in his glory; as it is said,
,,An(l I will pass through the
land of Egypt, in this night; and
I will smite every first-born in
the land of Egypt, both, man
and beast; and against all the
ffoils of
Egypt Avill I execute
judgements;! am the Lord.

'mayi

through
I

cMv*?p

;:

ijx''vi'i

an

And
t

Jie

I
will pass
land of E gypt;

MYSELF, and

and

nxi TiiniN nx Tin-im

^y, ^V. i<^

will

not an angel ;
smite every first-

ny^i Dn>'9 V>*5 'bl^l^i

D^i'ip

]nsn

''ni5]^i

SERVICE FOK THE TWO FIRST KIGflTS

'21

PASSOVElt

(iP

born ; I MYSELF, and not a


seraph : and ajrainst all the
gcii of E^ypt ^y^ll I execute
judj^emeiits
MYSELF,
I
not a niesseniror ; I am

aii>l

the

AM HE, and no other."


Ta With a mijrhty hand,

Lord

this

denote

as
the pestilence
,,Behold, the HAND
Eternal will be sent
;

it is said,

of the
against thy cattle which is in
the field* against the horses,
against the asses, against the
camels, against tne oxen, and
sheep ;
against
the
a
very

grievous pestilence.

?l?pb? n;in V""i: n^n ^'^^i'p

Debris

^-^m

nim iti^k

D''D?b2

mm

*iT

jriini

ni<p

And with an outstret


ched arm
this denotes the
;

sword, as is said al-ewhere


.,And a drawn sword in his
nand stretched out. over Jeru"
salem."

nr??/ ^^%

^ni i^^pyi

IT

And with great terror;


the appearance of
Divine Presence ;
as
is
said, 0r hath God assayed to
go and take unto him a nation
t'roiu
the midst of (another)
nation, by proofs, signs, and
wonders; by war and a mighty
hand ; by an outstreched arm
this denotes

the

and

great

terrors,

with

nn?

D'^nsion^

accor-

ding to all that the Eternal,


your Godj did for you in Egypt,
before your eyes.

And

n^n'ppni

signs;

this

miracles performed
with the staff: as is said, And
thou Shalt take this staff in
thy hand, wherewith thou shalt

denotes the

nip?

nmn

nj

v:

t:

v t

nhto

do the signs.

And with wonders;

this

D^^n nj

D^nsii^Dni

rinkn

plague of blood :
as is said, ,,And I will show
wonders in the heavens, and
earth.
Blood and
in
the
fire, and ascending pil-

denotes

the

lars of smoke.
It

may

also

Ti nnn :']"? ^I'^POI


rvp; ginn^ >D\n2^ np;n

rjii
be

explained

thus. With a mighty


denptces two
plagues;

hand
with
an outstreched arm: two
plagues.
With signs; two

And with wonders;

Qlj-iSlr^ni

two nlagnes,

i'hese are the ten


plagues which the Most
Holy, ^blessed be He,
brought on the Egyptians

WD'^

nInlSni

I'^N

in

Egypt, viz: BLOOD,

VERMIN,

A
NoxiMYXTURE OF
OUS BEASTS, PESTI-

FROGS,

LENCE, BOILS, HAIL,

Si^^ri^

i-^^?
*
'-'s^ *^.b*I^
'-? ^!5^
r*U ID'i^i^
^^ ^^^ -n^'^^ ti^llpH
'

^^

r
V^)

,^,,.^^

TnnKv
y~?^ rT^
^1

p^v^*^

*
,

_..>!:,

D^.^SI?3 D^l'^.^tDn

V?
Tl3

Trili^

*1Ii*1

n
I'J

^lljj

LOCUSTS, DARKNESS j^J.L^L*,^U -,mU' ^^*|J


and SL^IYING OF THE ni"nD?n?P.TliZ.an3-j
FIRST-BORN.
DHS ]nll H^H ni^T*. ''?']
'31

Rahbi Jiulah fornne,1, the


.yma tt^'iy T'ST
thus

initials

I'^Sa
- -

tf

""1^"
~

-:

"TJT
I

0^

^D'y^cz

c'-^'jor.

hv

.i'3

vnpn u'zrw

ni30 "^cy i^k

D'^IlllD^D

FOR THE TWO

BEEYIC*
an

Mid

From whence

authorised to

OF

PA880VE*

places

thou

art

that

assert,

were

Egyptians
ten

FIGHTS

PntOT

Babbi Jose, the Gallilean,

the

afflicted

with

Egypt,

and

in

ipon the sea they were smitten


with

fifty

he

answered

it

plagnes?

unto Pharaoh

finger

which

Dnsp5\ni2a

D^tTDn

Egypt,

Aiid the magiciaiu

said,

is

said

To
in

This

is

the

God;** but at the

of

sea,

is

the

mighty

the

Lord

,,And Israel saw

said,

hand

wherewith

smote the Egyptians'

813 npis sri'hpmn

and the people feared the Lord,


and believed

the Lord,

in

and

his servant Moses.**

no3 Now, (Rabbi Jose argues


thus)

If

were

they

by

the

fiD?er

smitten

plagues, hence

it is

with

only

**

ea,

they

fifty

'2T

were

D'^
I

^t:~3 '^1^
*^

*^

fi
*":"-1

deducible,*)

that in Egypt they were smitten

with ten plagues

Hl?^

fjii
ten

and at the

smittei

with

i#

niia
ip7" D^nse?
nra?

-iios

plagues.

Rabbi Eliezer saith

From whence can

it

be

proved, that every plague

which the Most Holy bles-

Bedbehe, brought upon

MP

"'P'"^ "^JJ^''?^

^51

H^DI ("126' ^30}


-^p^ ^^^^'^^^-jJ^jLj

t^'^^H^
^j^'

';

>) This is founded of the following argument :


In Egypt they said,
this is ^he finger of God ; but at the sea, it is said : and they saw
mighty hand. If by the finger only, they receired tea plagues, they must
f course have received fifty by the hand, am it contains fiv fiagers, Qa
tkis, the following sentences are also founded.

^e

the Egyptians in Egypt,


consisted of four different

plagues

Answer.

,,He
sent forth against them,
fierceness of his anger,
wrath, indignation, and
trouble (also) by sending

From what

is said,

i^?*

'

(IT

n2~'r\i\^)

evil

angels (among them).

Now,

WRATH

one,

is

INDIGNATION

two,

TROUBLE three and


SENDING EVIL AN;

GELS four. Hence it is


deducible, that in Egypt
they were

afflicted

with

fourty plagues! and at the


sea, were smitten with
two hundred plagues.

Rabbi Akeeba
From whence can
'21

saith,

it be
proved, thateveryplague,
which the Most Holy,

be he, brought
upon the Egyptians in
Egypt, consisted of five
blessed

plagues?

what

Answer. From

,,He sent
forth against them the
fierceness of his anger,
wrath, indignation, and
trouble; (also) by sending
evil angels(among them).
is said,

nnsp?
.

nnifi?

ni2D

D'y2"^s

nibs

p7

rniSDD^nsD'ipVD^n^iri
s^nnti^

hsDi n^o 72^^

nn:n anse?' n -nspn


'i6sW*rii2atrnS^^

THE PIERCE- IBS jinn . c^yn ^^ss^j?


NESS OP HIS ANGER Dj;]i.a:ntynn5'^..nns
Now,

is

one,

WRATH

INDIGNATION

two,

three,

yiis HT^r.c^SV

TROUBLE four, SENDING EVIL ANGELS D^vi

'^2s'?b'

nnSi^'a

SERVICE

25

Hence

five,

FOR THE TWO


it

dedu-

is

that in Egypt tl^ej^


were smitten witli fift^^
plagues ; and at the sea
they were smitten Avith

NIGHTS

FIRST

mas ddh

r\p^;_r2

cible,

two hundred

and

fifty

pi

fftrbn

PASSOVER

OF

an-jjpi

nri hv]

P7

nba

plagues.
na3 what ahoundant favonrs
hath the Oninipresent conferred
on ns

nVf^h ninno nl'prD

nj:^^

For if he had broutrht us


forth tVom Efrypt, and had not
inflicted justice upon the Eyryptians,

it

would have been

suffi-

cient.

If he
had afflicted justice
upon them, and had not executed
(judgment) against Iheir gods,
it would have been sufficient.

If

he had

executed

..

..

and

first-born,
sufficient.

had slain their firstand had not bestowed


their wealth on us, it
would
have been suiTicient.
If

(judge-

ment) against their gods,

had not slain their


it would have
beeji

.,

he

born,

T
.

had given us their


and had not divided
the sea for us, it would have
If

he

wealth,

been

^n
- -

DjiDn

m n
T -

sufficient.
.

had divided the sea


and had not caused us
pass over to dry land, it
to
would have been sufficieut.

nr\

VT

^i^

-)

m
:

^:^ ]ni

^rT

nx

- T

^"^^

^^^

j;*]!?

If he
ftr us,

T T T

If he had caused us to pass


ver to dry land, and had not
plunged our oppressors into
the sea, it would have been
sufficient.
*

If he had plunged our oppresand had not


sors into the sea,

supplied us with everything is


the wilderness, for forty years,
have been sufficient.
It would

iDin? iri?

T T

v0 ^^^
'^

26
he had supplied ns with
everything in the wilderness
for
forty years, and had not
fed us with manna, it would
have been sufficient.
If

If he had fed us with manna,


and had not (riven us the sabhath, it would have been suffi:

cient.

]n;
as
r\2m r^ hi (nj

^ri .mtrn

he had given us the saband had not led us to


Mount Sinai, it would have
been sufficient.
If

j^'p'j

^.i^p

^"^

bath,

If be had led us
Sinai, and had not
would
his law,
it

Mount

to

given

us

have been

ir^^iiinn n

^j^ ]ru

nninn n (r

sufficieml.

he had given us his law,


and had not led us into the
land of Israel, it would have
been sufficient.

t^'pi

(nj ^^

If

vv

he had led

us into the
and had not
of Israel,
built the temple, it would have
If

land

been sufficient.

How

hy

indebted

much then

we

are

manyfold

the

for

nnizD riD^i

fa

vours the Omnipresent conferred


ns forth
brou.th us
He broujfth

ns.?
us

on

^ly^^y

n^s nnx^'^r

DlTD^ rh^^T^^ HSI*^^

^^ ^:^^^M^
^

from Egypt, executed judgement

their Gods

first-born

slew their

gave us their wealth:


sea

divided the

us to

and

Egyptians

the

against

against

us

for

caused

over the dry land

pass

plunged our oppressors into the


sea

thing

supplied
in

forty years
eat

as

to

the
:

us

with

everj'-

wilderness

gave us the Sabbath


Ht>unt

for

gave us manna

Sinai

gave

to

led

us

cTri'^^xn nt'v)

'lib

]nif

D'^psip;

an?

cnniis :nrn

'27

FOR THE

SERYICE

his law

of Israel

us into

led

TWO FIRST NIGHTS OF PASSOTER

the land

and build the chosen

holy temple

for

atonement for

u^,

to

make

our sins.

all

Rabbi Gamlielsaith,
whoever does not
make mention of the
'ai

that

three things (used) on


the Passover, hath not
done his duty; and these
they are: Paschal Lamb

Unleavened Cake ; Bitter

Herb

]r\

m)

innin n:

noB The paschal lamb


which our ancestors ate
at the time of the holy

temple, what did it denote? It denotes that the


Most Holy, blessed be
he! passed over
our ancestors houses in Egypt;
as it is said
And ye
shall say, it is the sacrifice of the passover unto
the Lord, who passed
over the houses of the
Israel
in
children
of
Egypt, w'hen he smote
the Egyptians, and our
houses he spared; and
the people bet the heads
and bowed themselves.
:

nos ne^V';?

-:

n nbs

Then take hold of the Cake in the Dish, and show it to the Company, as
a memorial of our freedom; and say
nsD

cakes,

These

unleavened

why do we

eat

n^'?2iK

mt*

!iT

naii

them? Because our ancestors had not sufficient

QW

time to leaven the dough,


when the H0I3- Supreme

?^

King-

kings,

of

^^

Dlt^^ 7]^
wiU**4

^i^^.

p'^PH 7^

U\^^^^

^^^211(17

*^j^
'"

blessed

HD

^V
-.,^.*^

f
?

'

IjTiI^S
""
"

"

/D Tl/D UTT^V tV^lVi^

he
appeared unto
them,
and redeemed
them; as is said And
they baked of the dough
which they had brought
forth out of Egypt unleavened cakes, for it
was not leavened; because they were thrust

"^D

oute of Egypt, and could

^^y^ ^^^ D^*1^SD IB^*!^

be

not tarry,

they

had

prepared any pro-

visions

neither

for

Dn2:in

t-r^t^i^

^^^\^^ D'?7?n
^ll^Sri:^
ti^M) SIH
'^^"''..^^''^1'

'Er'PS

f^^y
"^3
\

p^f U
'

niND

.^^^.
ISCS J

ilfS

IS^^IH

D^^llJllDD
~
7^'
-

Y^^ ^^

^? rillJ^

.i,J\''''''iZ,i^m,J^
D^j 'l'?'"'?"
7

^^ ^^^

themselves.

^"^ii e'7K

iikii^>^^

iftUH.i...

T^r

trj^a

'

nn^o Dccyno

'^NiiP''

DH^

^:2

'Ik*^!^

lyon

SERVICE FOR THE TWO FIRST KIGflTS OF PASSOYEK


Then take hold of the Lettuce, (or green top of the Horse-raddish), and
show it to the company, as a memorial of our opression, and say
29

ino

This bitter herb,

why do we

eat it ? BeEgyptians
the
made the lives bitter of
our ancestors in Egypt;
as is said
And they

cause

made

lives bitter

their

with hard labor in mortar and in bricks, and

manner of labor
the field
all their
labor was imposed upon

in

'Vi^^

D'.Tia3

Dn"vn~'r,N"

m:k

hi'aM

all

in

them
''33

with
It

incumbend

rigor,

therefore

is

orntv^ '^^'nx nn^'a


:

ri"!2

cnn nij;

ni2>

upon

every
Israelit in every generation, to imagine if he
had actually gone out

from Egypt,

And thou

as

shalt

is

said;

declare

unto thy son that day,


saying, this is done because of that, whioh the
Eternal did for me, when
I came forth from Egypt.
It was not our ancestors
only, that the Most Holy,
blessed be he redeemed
from Egypt, but us also
did he redeem with them:
as it is said. And he
brought us from thence,
that he might bring us
the land
in, to give us

Tim

t^njin b^i'iy?:^

which he promised unto


our fathers.

unisi i:b^ Vart&v

30

Then take the cnp or


ID'tb

are

in

give

glass of

We,

therefore,

duty

bound

adore,

njs

D''3'n

to

thanks to him, to

praise,

wine in the hand and say

glorify,

n7^7Ti-i2r=iin7DDin?

extol, honour, bless, exalt

and reference HIM, who


did all these miracles for

73

our ancestors and for us


for lie brought us forth

ns

'irni27

from bondage to freedom


'
'"" """
to joy, from
from sorrow '"
mourning to holydays,
from darkness to great
light,
and from servitud to redemption, and
therefore

unto

us chant
a new song.

'

"

tlJ'D

ri1"in7

Hl'^^JiP

.'nitD

ni7 73^0

nni?t?^7

^711^^

n7Si

'ni7

let

him

Hallelujah.

o\n Tjini

-:

T T

n^T^

is*?.! '^xtu'^

"jni

cm ^mn onvo nx

.Ti77ri

-n

Lord

ye servants of the

the nanip of the

praise

Lord

Praise ye the

miS'jn

Praise

TWO FIKST NiGRTS OP PASSOVER

THE

FOR

SERYICE

31

he th^r^ me of
Lord, fi'm' hencefoith and

Lord

blessed

the
for

evermore.

of

the

Prom

snn,

the rising

the going

until

down thereof shall the Lord's


name he praised. High above
nations

all

glory

Who
God,

Who

Lord,

the

is

above

is

-^y.

raise th

and

on

in

lifteth

n sV^
1

the needy from the


with
seat him
to

princes, (even) with the princes


people.

his

men

h)i

nn

the

who

earth,

"^

the poor from the dust,

dungehill,

the

n')iii

like unto the

(the things transacted)

of

^;.

Lord onr
who dwelleth on high?
view
to
condescendeth

is

heavens

and

his

the heavens.

all

He

ni?^p

'^

^sn
^ssiQ

enliveneth

hours of the childless woshe becomes a joyful


:

mother

of children.

Hallelujah.

nxsa When Israel went forth


from Egypt (and) the house of
Jacob from a barbarous people
Jiidah became his sanctuary,
and Israel his dominion. The
sea beheld and filled; Jordan
mountains skipped
retreald
like rams, and the hills like
;

-ns n^an nnpi; ^^'^e^iia


: rrphn
b^an

rv^

What

lambs.

ailed

that thou didst flee

thee,
?

sea,

n7\s:p

Vri nS bn
npn nnnn Vhhn?

m^i

n-'^^'K?

:ib'

Thou,

that thou didst reYe mountains, that Ye


skipped like rams and ye hills

Jordan,

j'^T.n

treat ?

like

lambs?

presence

of

It

was from

the

thou earth, from


oC the

God

Lord
the

of Jacob;

the

Quake
presence

who

tur-

npin Dnnn

nD5

^^ ni:n

32
,

rock

the

the

ifatLer,

into

fliuty

a pool

of

^:^phn dpT. ni7 "???

px

rock into a

tonntain of waters.

ina Blessed

art

thou,

our
God,
the Universe who has redeemed
and our ancestors
us,
from Egypt; and has
caxised us to attain (the
Eternal,

Bovereig-n

of

enjoyment of) this night,


to eat unleavened cakes
and bitter herbs; O Eternal,
our God and the
!

God

our ancestors,
mayest thou cause us
to attain other solemn
of

and
seasons,
which approach us that
they may rejoice in the
building of thy city and
exult in tliy service and
festivals

.Tib

13

u^h?H

^_

i^bs^
|5

':

'

nn

-iiib

Dnn8 Q'^'^ff?) bnyiD*?

that

we may

eat

there
sacrifices
the
and
lambs,
pashal
whose
blood shall be sprinkled on the side of thine
altar, that we may be
acceptable; then we will
give thanks unto thee
with a new song for our
deliverance and redemption. Blessed art thou, O
Eternal who redeemeth
of

biwi

n%%')
"pi D^'niinp dV
GDI TSi n^^s Duncan
pi? Tiniip "Tp 7r
T2^ T]'? nniii
^V. ^10
Tjnniij;?

'

Israel.

Blessed art thou,


our God King
of the universe. Creator
of the fruit of the wine.
1113

O Lord

Drink

:
of

JBin
the

nl

-wine.

snii D7ij;n

mo

OKTICE FOK THl

FDLST

FABSOTH

Of

SiaflTS

WASHING THE HANDS.


Wash
T-o Blessed

art

Lordl our God

the hands

and say

thou,

^'^ff7t^

King

"

HPS
t -

'^^

"

3:.

of the universe, who hast


sanctified us with thy

^Jty^p ^\if^

commandments, and commanded us to wash the

7y
n7^P3
^"
"

^,I^J'*
*

"Hl^
IT

D ^7 WH
'H'^D
'^
"^

'i^ 'i

VmSDS

u))i)
t

**

'**

>.

hands.

Q^T^

BREAKING THE CAKE. SAYING THE GRACE.


The Master of the House takes the two whole Cakes and the broken ont
in his hand together; and breakes the Upper Cake.
But do no* eat of it, till he breakes a piece of the already broken one.
iad says the following Blessing, gives a piece of each to every one at
table, who say the same Blessing, and then eat both pieces together.

p.. Blessed art thou, O


King- of
Lord, our God
the universe, who bringeth forth bread from
the earth.
I

p-o Blessed art thou,

Lord
the

our

God

universe,

King

O
of

manded us to

eat unlea-

t:

"

Sn'^rtbhi
^^ ^^'^V,

r)?^3^^
-:

^3
'

p^H P

^''^

t:

nriii

'^V^

-^'Q}^
>-:

/J

Tl/D
*Iv v

0*711^11

fc^^^llSH

who hast ^JJ^^p


:)
t

with thy
commandments, and com-

sanctified us

v:

nn
t -

^1

^J^^f^t^

UrT?

T\T\^
M 't
'

T?12
Q^tyn
|v v
t ^ t

VnlSD3
vV
^ U^SI
t
t

vened cakes.

D^D

THE EATING OF THE BITTER HERBS.


Ae

Master of the House then takes some bitter Herbe, and dips
the noinn and says:
.

Blessed art thou,

Lord our God,


,

Kmg

O yi-j^^
of

v:

<^^

HHS
t -

it

inti

'^ITQ

iTcrs98

tb.

sa]4ifld

OS

i-idments,

l^bo

hast

with

thy

Jl^tJ^^ip
t

:!

^tJ^
v

com- T\T'^)^''^V

and

.Q^'jj;,-;
t

-:

T'OiSP?

^Ij^V^

iead4

as

eat

to

bitter

4 tak(^^

Urk..

Be

\ikvk eats it,

and gives some

to every

one at table,

Blessing before he

eat

"nSO
|v v

who

say the above

it.

EATING THE OAKE AND BITTER HERBS

TOGETHER
%e
ef

Mster of the House

breaks the Undermost Cake

then

takes a

with some bitter Herbs and Harosseth eats them together

pieM
and

says the following

Thus

did

Hillel

^>7n3

during the time the holy


r stood
V,
^1.
he took
temple

^^.*.

the unleavened cake and

^^"^

.1

4-

and ate them


together: that he might
perform what is said,
bitter herb

vrith
ftfid

\fk9f

unleavened cakes'
bitter herbs shall
eat

D^p

DlSD

(HD^) TIllS

;^ "^
)-

(^

t t

^"^"Qt^T] il^Il^

H^D

;,|

- -

/V

L,^'^

^5^5

k<^^;^
*

it.

*^

HiJi/

'^\'\'(2^

'15.1

W^^^tV

^^'J

I"^
I

t^'npP^

C>A<-t

\T

^'

Q^J|'iiil|ll

SERVICE THE MEAT, &c.

After snpper, the Master of the House takes one half f the middle Gate
which he laid aside, and gives to every one a piece of it Then fill t^

Cup with wine

and say the Grace after meat.

FOR THE TWO

SERVICE

35

NIGHTS

FIRST

PASSOVEB

OF

.GRACE AFTER THE MEAT.


custom

the

is

(t

be

Blessed

'.T

he

that

the

name

from hence
and for ever more.
Eternal,

the

If the

who says Grace,


And they answer.
of

"^11^^

"^V) T\r\*^t2
^

'

forth

LET S SAT GRACE.

says:

^"^

t:

D^

\*l^
:

-^

^^>V

company he Ten or more, Then he who says Grace,

ina: We will bless onr God,


of whose gifts we have eaten.

i?M?>

'^^Q

!l1^^Vr^

says.

-t*i^i

1l^'-i^C

^-"J^f^

"^-^Y^S^^

'jj??

The others answer.

ins Blessed be our God, of


whose gifts we have eaten satistied and through whose goodness
we

i^iS'tt !l!lS'^>Ct>^ ll'^ri'^SJ


'J

'^^'^

'-'r='k>l?/

U^Jf

_
T.3

be

gifts

we

and

satisfied

goodness
If

lia:

whose

we

'^^^

will

gifts

we

'-""'^r'"'

him

have

who

71^2
t

.:

SliT!
''*

bless

^^b^^"^*
^TT^"^^
- t t

live

three eat at one table, he

we

**

He then repeats

our God, of
have been
whose
through

Blessed

whose

S^^i^rt V^!i?^"i!l

live.

TT^l'n's

'i*^!!?^'^?

'-

't

"^T

says the Grace, says as follows

of

T\2j
-t

'ib^*^^ M^^^Di^ii^

eaten

- t

The others answer.

ina Blessed
we have

gifts

be

of whose

he,

InrLD^I I'P!^*^ ^^t'^N'^


"

eaten and through

'

"

~ ^ "

^^2
\^^

whose goodness we live

^-^

He then
Tinn Blessed

be

of

he,

whose

gifts

<>

"^^"^

Eternal, our God


King of the universe
thou who nourislKth the
whole with thy good!

51*i'n

'i^Ti^^^ I'PtTP I^^DXi?^ '^Tll


'

we have eaten and through


whose goodness we live
blessed
in2 Blessed be he
his name
Tia Be thou praised

repeats.

;|^*^J^'7^

"

Tl'^m
t

fcilH

H]^
t -

^^

t:

TS

|Tn

%^^
|D|

I^IIDJl

'^

,Q

TH^
^
I

T11*l-*^
"I

Dv1j?n ^.^D

^t.kkA,tak

^.-t^.^ iklni^%l

)7^

071^7.^

m:n

S6

ness g-iveth grace, mercj'

and

who

compassion

food
creature, for
g-iveth

to

every

his

mercy

endureth forever.
His
goodness has never been
deficient towards us and
may we never be in
want of sustenance continually and for ever
for the sake of thy exalted name, thou nouri-

Tpn ^in^n liffii^ \tron

shest,

maintainest, doest
all, and providest food
for
every
creature which thou hast
created. Blessed art thou

good unto

Lord who nourishest

all.

mu
O

We

thank

thee,

Lord, our God for


having caused our ancestors to inherit that desi!

good and sample


and O Eternal, our
God
hast brought us
forth from the land of
Eg3'pt, and redeemed us
from the house of bondage and for thy covenant which thou hast
taught us, and for thy
statutes which thou hast
rable,

land

made known unto


and for the
and mercy,

life,

us t
kindness

which thou
hast graciously bestowed^
and for the
upon us
food wherewith thou do;

Dn>^p

psa

irriS

"^^

J57

bEltVUJls

FOR THE TWO FIRST NIGHTS OP PASSOVER

est

nourish

and

sustain

and

as, continually, daily

rri

"

"*

Dl^"**^^^

And

'

nyt2^'"75i1

hours.

all

i/t

r^y"""^^^!!

for allthese things,

we give

Elernal, our God!

!lJ^i^<
''."

''"'

^I'^tlh^
"

"PSn '^V)
"

'"

'"

"

thanks unto thee, and praise Tjrilt^


D^^'lDt^^ "H? D^llQ
thee: blessed he thy name con- Jj^^ ^^mL^'lJ.^ ^
i __
tinually, in the mouth of every l^uD ^n 73 ^s2 TOt!^ ^^SH^
living creature, for ever and -,fis**,T1
"^^if^**-^
^\^\ i^kWifi
U7]j77
ever: as it is written. When ^7^^> 1 JlHSj I "171
hast
eaten
thou
and art satis;^-nx
fied, then shalt thou bless the
Eternal, thy God, for the good
land which he hath given thee
Blessed art Thou,
Eternal, '?*iT^^!^'^f?1'?^^SJ^^^1lr^^v*^l'^*^
M^^VO^i^ J ]n.^V'^r:'"*?'^l"?
for the land and for the food.
'

'

^W

oni

Eternal,

beseech

on the people
the

??

niriD

irribx

^irrl'^K

';

cnn

on .Teiu-

Israel,

city,

on

Zion

the

of

l<insrdom

the

and on

residence of the ^'lory,

the

hi^y^)

have compassion

thee,

salem,

We

our God,

wn?( wntoi

house

of

David Ihme anointed ; and on


the great and holy temple Avhich
is called by the name,
our
God, and our Father, feed and
nourish us, maintain
support
and eilarofe us. 0! enlarj^e us
speedily frrm all our troubles;
;

and suffer
our God
I

us
to

in

the gifts of mankind,

gham

in

we may
this

nnrri

are

that

^^7

need of

who

lut flesh and blood, nor of their


but let U8 depend on thy
loan
full, open, holy, and liberal hand
go

;>

Eternal

not,

stand

not be put to

world,

nor con-

Dn.s'ifn

""T^

nmnsn " nijiprijn

N^'pi

D^'

?]t^

dk

tr^inis*^^" Jinnini nD*n[5rj

founded in the future one.

On the Sahbath say.


our
us happy by
the observance of thy coraman.iments, even in the commandmeat of the seventh day, the
nui Be pleased,

God!

to

make

Lord,

?T^n1^D3 ^ril^X

u^Z^j.'J^^^
f)l'>r\

r\2m

et^m.\

;-,

'^

'~l

"^

nV
"'

^^

^^V.^^nni.

Hp.

tUkl^Mi*^ i>i-'M^Mlk^i.

^W?^^
'V'^f^
5
ntH ehSryil
''?.'J *^' '|?1J
^^

"

nD!
and lioly sabbath : for it
thy
a great and holy day
presence, Thereon w*- with rest,
and be at ea>e, accortling to
the comniandmeui of thy will
Lord,
and in thy ffood will ,
suffer no trouble or
our Gud
sorrow, to disturb us on our

ffreat

1113^1

13

13 ^22^^

_^

38

r\-^Ti

''P^

r|^1^^3

':\'^^b

tV:^^

-,,.- rN^v^^ -.^-Tv>-^ <-.


^}*V) Tn^U4 'jnjs:^! TJ

ijnnijD
T

DV2 nnjxi
TT -;-

]i:n
I

nnv
TT

Lord
day of rest : show us,
the consolation of
our Cod
Zlon, thy city and the rebuilding
tor
of Jerusalem, thy holy city
thou art the Lord of salvation,
and the Lord of consolations
!

Till

tie God
of our fathers, niayest thou be
pleased to grant that our memoour
rial, and the memorial of
fathers, the memorial of the

whSk Our

God, and

here

rhT irninx

^1':x^

i:M^s

Messiah, the son of David thy


servant, and the memorial of
Jerusalem, thy holy city, and
the memorial, of all thy people,
the house of Israel, may ascend
arrive, approach, te seen accepted, heardv, visited and remembered in thv presence, for the

obtaining a happy delivery with


favour, grace, and mercy, to
this day of
life, and peace on
the feast of unleavened cakes .

Lord,

our

G'>d

remember

us thereon of good : visit us


with a blessing, and save us
enjoy life ; and with the
to

word

of

salvation

and mercy,

have compassion, and 1> gra


have mercy
cious nnto us
upon BS, and save us, for our
are continually towards
eyes

God I art a
for thou,
merciful and gracious King.
thee.

naai

rebuilt Jerusalem,

thy

holy city, speedily in our day


Eternal
Blessed art tnou,
thou, in thy

mercy, didst once

build Jerusalem

AmSa

^*1PD
l>

I'l?

a'ifr^")^

n:ni

THE

FOR

SERVICE

39

TW

FIRST

NIGHTS

(VF

PASSOVEK

Lonl
ina Blessed art thou,
King of the universe;
onr God
!

Omnipotent

Father, King

our

Redeemer
Former, and our Sanctifier the
Sanctifier of Jacob, our pastor,
Creator,

Strength,

the Shephei

of Israel

(1

King

ficient

all

dealest

'nitsn

-^b^n

o:'t:\

o'fim

^mk

hi^'p]

thou

for

hast been, art and ever

n?ii

will be

Thou hast

dealt

bountifully with us! asthoTi

rloest

beneficient to us;

^:hkl ^ii:i

the bene-

tbou who

beneficiently with

.^iii:i^

now, and ever wilt grant us


grace, favour, mercy, enla.'-ge
;

ment,

prosperity

deliverance,

blessing, salvation, consolation,

and
sustenance
maintenance,
may we never wanti mercj,
peace and life with every good
and happiness

May

n'i?75i f\hr\i

most merciful
reign over us for ever and ever
)on-in

]amn May
praised

be

the

the
in

most merciful
heaven and on

nyi n^^v)

li'-i?

T^P? ^^n i^nnn*

earth.

may

|onin
be

the most merciful


throughout all geiier

adored

rations

be

us

amidst

among us

eternally

and

be

glorified

honoured

eternity.

to all

May

most Merciful maintain us


with honour. May the most
Merciful break the yoke of the
the

captivity from of our neck,

lead

us securely to

May

the

quent

merciful

blessing

in

and

our land.

send us frei
this

house,

and on this table on which we


have eaten. May the most Mei-s
ciful send us Elijah the prophet
(of blessed memory) to bring
us the good tidings of salvation

ii2t^\'i^^n

]bnin

mis

nD5 b^
and

May

consolation.

Merciful

my

bless

my

^t!?2'>T ^ItS':' ^!l^t ^'^DJlH ^<T7fc<

and
nij;^t:^:

and

them;

and

us:

our

as

Isaac,

with

may

all

all

lielonging

all helonj?ing to

ancestors,

and

ub

noa

and

Amea.

May

n-jn n'lsn n"23?2 (^niiD

"'i^i^)

ni oriT nsi nn^2 nki onls


^^

riKI I^Hlt^ ^Tt) ^1^*^

^^

thus

alltogether

with a complete bkssiag


let us say

us

nio ^n)

nsi n-Tn rr'sn "^ii

were blessed

Jacob,

bless

to

Abraham,

and every goad

he

^i^

nl-iit!^|

mother, and con-

ductress of this house,their houf^e,

children

niniLD

master of this

conductor, the
house, and

most

the

father

40

rr\y;^

they

':'3D

IH^ 13|3
:

in

heaven

Vis sbri
'pn:J^ anisx
-;~
T
t t

]?

l^illfc^

1?^^:')

im'^ ^51??

Dri"'7r n'l^i?^

^2'''7];i

|5 ^l^

T]*)!"'

show forth (their land our) me-

qiid?

rit for our continaal welfare


and may Ave receive a blessing
and prefection
from the Lord
from the God of our salvation
;

and may we find grace and good


understanding in the sight of
God and man.
On the Sabbath eav
,annn

May

the most merciful

(eternal live.)

|Dmn May

'b^'^ Dl^7

,j^,^j,

^^,

..

most Mercitul
day
inherit^ the

the

cause us to
that is entirely gooa.

pmn May the most Merciful


make us worthy to draw near
ays of the
the
behold
Messiah and eteriuU life in the
future statue. Ho gifeth great
King,
aud
his
to
salvation
to

:-

J^ltD

^^^
'i>'3l!^
.

nlD"'S
*

^^2V
"-

pniH

SIH

^'^"'nr

PniH

NIH

It-:-t
''TOl
(T'D^tDP
,

^^H D^l^nt
-^

nt2r*S;i
"^

'i^^^t^
:

nly^D*"'
'
:

7'i:!:
?
.

SERVICE

CI

mercy

Bhowelli

rO'iv

^^ IpT'pl T^b 1n''t?/p^


.^^''^ q^^I^- ^^.V j
iw^^

his auoiiited

to

David and his .eed for ever

to

May

who maketh

he

peace

high heavens, grant peace


on us, and all Israel ; and say

'

Lord, ye his
,. Fear
saints, for there is no want, they
the

those

who

fear

lions de lack,

they

but

shall not

and

who

suffer

seek

for his

hunger;

Lord

the

Lord,

'n

^Irs

I's
'

'"il

for

he

mercy endureth

The Lord will give strength


tl.e Lord Avill
his people;
bless his people with peace.

to

Blessed

art

Vl^'I

^3
7
n^ 1ST

V.

Dn^)? V^"]^?
:

*7D I'Hpn^

^^'7

,3
j^j^^j,
^-^^.^J p^^-^;^
^.ii-'/'.^.,- .-'cj-c: ,J4.,,,
l^n; ]T:.n ^G '73'?

^^

Tm^^

''n''i<l

V:

J^'^'l

^Vl]

V^ 0^3^

'

'nip.T'CS

-.c..<-,

.j^y-r^
n>
017^^134?

rr-i-i^'
T|l

-i^j^

''^

"

thou,
King of the
Eternal, our God
universe, Creator of the wine.

ina

'

^^'"^

bi^St^''

r^^:

niTI Olt2

"""^l?

^^^P

i^^
i^^ill . l^yiT

^3^0

want any good.


ye the

Praise

good

him. The young

^3

^10^0

w/;!*

^^^
" TO^^

"IDH
Q-,'.y

UV^ H^^^

^y) ^y^])

Amen.

ye,

UJ^w

i'JJ lU-J

in

his

is

KIGflTS OP PASSOTER

TWO FIRST

THE

irH'^^
"

'"

]QTi
'"'"

;^

J.

^n\ri

,'ii
I

^_.

HnS
.,^T

T;

^^

^^^?
"I3;3

7n>. sny^
p.
TJi/ .7
i

"TH^
'c^L^

^1)2 D7T2?n

**

**

'

Open the door and say

"niStl*

O pour outh thy

wrath upon the heathen

who know thee

not,

a.

upon the king-doms who


invoke not thy name
for they have devoured
Jakob, and laid waste
;

his

beautiful

dwelling

Pour out thy indignation


upon them, and cause
thy fierce anger to overtake them, pursue them
wrath and destroy
in
them from under the
heavens of the Lord.

t:

- -

....

Fill the fourth

nh Not
Eternal

for

rp^^

sake,

our

for

not

Cup, and say the Hallel.

sake,

our

""^

thy name give glory,


and truth* s
should the
Wherefore

but unto

i^h

^l^^

^^^-^-j^.l^j^^

^^

th

^^h

^^^^.-^^ ^^^^^ ^^

kindness

for thy

sake.

where now is
But our God is in
heaven, and hath made what-

heathens

say,

their God ?

pleased.

he

soever

Their

idols

are silver and gold, the


f men's hands. Mouths
eyes
have but speak not
they,lut see not; they have
:

work
they

have
ears,

hut hear not: they have nostrils,


but smell not: they have handg
but feel not feet but walk not;

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:

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neither

utterance

is

their

in

who make them,


bo
become like them
those who trust in
all

throat. These
shall

shall

D/Tt^*!;

thou in the
them, Israel
he is your Help and
Eternal
house of Aaron, trust
Shield.
in the Eternal? he is your Help

^^i^]
n''?

7^11"'^^

i^Sl

':

m cniDp'tajm

trust

nD

UT}2, ni?'2

i^n n:h^ airy

^;2

"Sd

hm

and Shield You who revere the


he is
Lord, trust in the Lord
your Help and Shield.
!

"

The Lord who hath

ever been mindful of us,


he will
will bless us
of
Israel
house
the
bless
he will bless the house

-ns

^*!2^

!]-ii':

^y\2]

;^

of

Aaron.

those
Lord,
great.

both

May

increase

more,

He

will bless

who venerate

you
you

children.

the
small and
the Eternal

more and
and your

Ye are

Of the Lord,

?yi
';?

D573;

'

;^

hm b^pna bV

blessed

who made

nyiv

(t>J

':

" j!?

D^.Q^,

TWO FIRST NIGHTS OF PASSOVER

FOR THE

SERVICE

43

heaven and earth. The


heavens are the heavens
of the
Lord; but the
earth hath he given to
the children of men. The
dead praise not the Lord,
nor they who descend in
the silent grave. But he
will praise the Eternal
henceforth and for ever!

more. Hallelujah.
'nanx I am
glad

my

and

that the

my

hearth

Eternal hath

voice,

He has
ear unto me, theres

supplications.

inclined hix

lore will I invoke hini as long


as I live. Should the cords of

death encompass, and tho pangs


seize
of de grave
me, were
trouble and sorrow to overtake

would thpn calm

in, I

upon the

name

of the Loid,
Eternal
I beseech thee, deliver my soul.
!

is
gracious
Lord
and
yea
our God is
rlgtheous;
merciful. The Lord preserveth
I was brougt low.
the simple
and he saved me. Return unto
my soul
for the
thy rest,
Lord will deal bount ifnly with
hast delivered
thee. For thou
my soul from death, mine eye

The

: '';)':'j?

br2^

;;-"'?

'>ymr2J>

my

from tears, and

from

feet

slipping Thus, I yet walk bethe Lord in the land of


fore
the living, I believe, therefore
I declare

when

All

tily said,

no What
the

proclaim

greatly

Lord,

towards

men

shall
for

me

name

that

has-

of the

render unto
his

will

T T r

are liars.
I

all

cup of salvation,
the

it,

afflicted!,

benefits

raise

and
Lord.

pay

my vows

now

in the presence

unto

the

the

upon

call

will

Ijord,

of all

his

people. Precious in the sight of

t;v

HDS
the Lord,

is

death

the

thy sewant, the


haiulmaiJ
thou
uiy bonds.
Unto
oMer a sacrifice of

son

the Lord

will

loosened
will

thee

thanksgiving

invoke

I will also

thine

of

hast

am

name

the

of

my vow^

pay

unto the Loi'd, now in the presence of all

courts of

people

his

the midst of thee,

snps

;:

ir;ii nnin

in the

temple, in

Lord's

tiie

m:n

his

of

Lord

pious servants,

"pr

Jerusalem!

Hallelujah.
yhhrt

praise

nations:
people.

Lord

'he

him

For great

ye

all

kis kindness

is

and

towards us,

Lord, all ye

the

praise

truth of

the

endureth

ever.

for

Hllelnjah.

mn

thanks unto the

gire

Lord, for he

mercy endureth
Let Israel
his

go^d

is

for hia

fdr ever.

now

declare

that

mercy endureth fw ever.

Lst the

house

of

Aaron now
:

iipn dVij;^ ^?

his

iipn

In distress I called
the Lord,
sbad the

declare that his

mercy endureth

for ever

Let
Lord,

thse

who

now

declare

venerate
thut

tlie

D?ip ^3

mercy endureth for ever.


]D

on

Lord, answerttl me
The
enlarg-ement
is for me, I wili not
what can man do
.

with
Lord
fear;

unto

!''

iipn" D^iy^

^2

n:'2n7J?2

"^i^v

45

SERVICE

FOR

THE TWO

FIRST

NIGHTS

OF

PASSOVER

me ? The Lord is with


me and with those who
help me; I therefore shall
see
the
confusion
of
those who hate me. It
is better to trust in the
Lord, than to rely on
man. It is better to trust
in the Lord than to rely on
princes. If all the hea-

then sorrounded me, by


the name of the Eternal,
I will cut

them

off

surro-

unded here, surrounded


there, by the name of the

them
They swarned around

Eternal, I will cut


off.

me like

bees, they flashed


me like a fire of
thorns; but in the name of

around

the Eternal.Iwill cut them


off. They did thrust, sore
at me' to overthrow me,
but the Eternal supported
me.theLord ismy strength
and song",and he is become

my salvation.

The voice of
and sal-

song- of victory

vation resounds in the


tabernacles of the rigtheous; the right hand of the
Lord hath done valianty
The right hand of the
Lord is exalted, the right
hand of the Lord hath done
valianty. I shall not yet
die, but live, and declare
the works of the Lord.
He hath indeed chastised
me, but he hath not
given me over unto death.
the
Open
gates
of
righteousness
for
me,
that I may enter through
them, to praise the Lord

nbip

nion'? iits

;:5

niDH^ ''311D :' nnx2


D'?nj3 nb3p '^:i
:
np^ ''imp b'lir?^
"jiab : D^^bs 2 ?^
^3 !^ 02^3 'Jmp-Dl?
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e^K3

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:

b?"'p

Dti^s

';.

'

rrp])

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13J?'l

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rw^)

rir\

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7:n

rvv

)?

pp'';

ispsi .Tns-^s nia

p")ij"-^Ti?e^

-nf

''j

'

inns

rr 'rni 'D3-t^ix

46

This

is

of the

the gate

Lord

into
which the
righteous shall enter I
will praise thee, for thou
.

answered me and
become my salvation.
I
will,
&c. The stone
which the builders re
jected,
is
become the

hast
art

corner head-stone, the


stone &c. This is from
the Lord; it is marvellous
in
our
This is
eyes.
from &c. This is the
day which the Lord hath
appointed, we will rejoice
and be glad thereoii.

This,

&c.

K3K

Lord

we

beseech

Lord

save

us

uow,

tliee.

save

us

now,

we

beseech thee.

Lord
perity,

Lord
perity,

grant us now pros-

we beseech
!

thee.

grant us now pros-

we beseech

thee.

ina Bleessd be he who co


meth in the name of the Lord
blessed are ye
of the Lord.

from

house
&c.
God is Li)rd
and it is he who
hath granted us li<fht Bring
the sacrifice bound with myrtle branches
to
the horns of
the altar.
God is Lord &c.
Thou art my God oud I will
praise thee
my god 9 will
the

Blessed,

extol thee.

Thou art

thanks unto,

the

<fee.

give

Lord, for he
is good, for his mercy endureth
for ever.
{,nve thanks &g.
niSSrr All thy worka, o Lord
shall praise thee 1 thy pious
servants, with
the
rigtheous
who perlorm thy will, and thy
people^ the house
of Israel,

47

SERVICE

witb

joyful

thanks,
extol,

shall

pmise,

bless,

TWO FIRST NIGHTS OF PASSOVER

FOR THE

song

give,

glorify,

and
acknowledge thy kingly name,
our king 1 for to thee it is
proper to offer thanksgiving,
reverence,

and pleasant
thy name

sanctify,

sing

to

from everlasting

God

art

to everlasting.

art thou,
Lord
Kind a dored with praises

Blessed

nin
Lord,

mercy eudureth
of

t\>r

thanks

thanks

give

ever.

the God
mercy en

to

for his
dureth for ever.

of lords

give thanks unto the


he is good, for his

for

give
goods

rfnth 2I0

r\r2pb^

praise to

thou

for

n^p nKj

the

Lord

mercy

en

to

for his
dureth for ever.
:

To him who alone perfor


for his
meth great wonders
mercy endnreth for ever.
To him who created the heawisdom
for
his
vens with
mercy endureth for ever.
To him who stretched out
:

D^'^pn^'

above the waters


for his mercy endureth for ever*

the

To

earth

anix

nt!^j?^

wko

him

for
lights
for ever.
;

his

made

great

mercy endureth
'

The sun to rule by day


for
his mercy endureth for ever.
;

The moon and i-tars to rule


by night
for Ms mercy endu-

npn

of ip

"''3

rfb^t^t^"? D'?5l3i

n^n n

reth

for

ever.

To him who smote the firstfor his


born of the Bgypti;ins
mercy endureth for ever.

Dn''ii3?3

Dn?p

n?!i>'

Andbrouirht forth Israel from

among ihem

for

his

With a mighty band


arm ;
utsstretched

D5ITO

mercy

endureth for ever.

b.Sltr: ^^l'')
'*

I'lpriDfij.v?
and an
for

his

Itt

-:

for ever.

mercy endnreth

Red
To him who
for his mercy endureth
Sea
divided the

for ever.

And caused Israel to pass


throujjh the midst of it, for his
mercy endureth for ever.
the

Sea

ife.i

his mercy endureth

To

him who

:npnn'jW'b

great

smote

mercy endureth

his

for

for his

for ever.

who

him
;

for

people

his

led

mercy endureth
To

for ever.

throu;,'h the wilderness

Icings

'

for ever.

who

him

To
tings

his

for

Tnrni

pharaoh and

overthrew

But

his host in

'i3in3 7nt;;i

D''?nj D^p^i? r\2nb

slew mighty
mercy endureth

for ever.

Even

the

king of
mercy

Sihon,

en-

his

Amorites: for

''i::.snTj^:p,]in''pb

dureth for ever.

And Og,
for

Basham

of

l<ing

endureth

mercy

his

tnpnn^iyp^p"

for

ever.

their

And gave
inheritance

for an
mercy en-

land

for his

dureth for ever.

Even an inheritance
servant

Israel

endureth

for

to

his

his

mercy

for ever.

Who remembered us in our


for his mercy enlow state
dureth for ever.

:npnD^ii;f"'3

:i-?ipnD|ij;'?^'?
And

from our
his mercy en-

redeemed us

oppressors

for

dureth for ever.

Who
for his

giveth food to

mercy endureth

;iipnDt'ii;b''p

'

all flesh

for ever*

V V

"

SMVICE FOR THE TWO

iy

thanks unto the God


of heaven for his mercy endugive

reth

"i^Dn D^lj/*^
-

breath
of
thy name,
our God
the

all living- bless

Lord,

spirit of all flesh, conti-

nually glorify and CKtol


thy memorial. O our

King thou art God from


eternity to eternity ; besides thee,
we acknow!

neither king redeemer, or saviour thou


redeemest,
deliverest,

ledge

maintainest,
gassianatest

aressf

and
us,

wTw

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nat*J

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thee. Thou art


the first ages,
and God of the last ages
God of all creatures
Lord of all productions
thou art adored with all

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'0<L?n

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of

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with tenderness, and his


with
creatures
mercy
the Lord neither
Lo
slumbereth nor sleepeth,
but rouseth those who
looseth those that
sleep
!

who are bowed


down and therefore thee
alone do
we worship.

'

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To r^ np^i nns n?-;-?
all

King but

those

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The

HDU*:

PASS07EE

OF

""S

ever.

for

God

NIGHTS

FIRST
;

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h^ m:in

Were

our mouth filled


with melodious song as
the sea is with water
our tongues shouthing
loudly
as its roaring
billows
our lips extending with praise, like the
widespread flrmannent
our eyes sparkling like
the sun or the moon
our lips extending like
the eagles wings, our
feet swift as the hinds
we nevertheless, are incapable of rendering sufficient thanks unto thee
and
O Lord, our God
the God of our fathers
or, to bless thy name,
for one of the innumerable benefits which thou
hast conferred upon us
and our ancestors. For
thou, O Lord, our God
didst redeem
us from
Egypt, and releaso us
from the house of bondage in time of famine
didst thou sustain us:
and in plenty provide for
us. Thou didst deliver us
from the sword save us
from the pestilence and
from many sore diseases.
Hitherto thy tender mer-

nyp

so

t^lQ

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wp^BQi

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niiin*?

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c]7s' c]7si?

mini

'^5iy

r)^mb

rjpi^ik

rm

D^s^s

M^r\

O'^vb

u^iyj

n'^ipi

cies

have supported

us,
T

-;

-;

SERVICE

Wi

FOR

THE

TWO FIRST NIGHTS OF PASSOVER

hath

and thy kindness

not forsaken us O Lord ,


thou wilt not
our God
forsake
us in future
Therefore the members
which thou hast branched
out in us, the spirit and
soul which
thou hast
iu
our
breathed
out
nostrils and the tongue
which thou hast placed
they
iu our mouths; lo
bless,
shall
worship,
praise, glorify, extol, reand
sanctify,
verence,
sing unto thy name, our
!

m i^pk^ n;is

nni .
irss?

m'm^ HD^i

)Thi

nbW %^? f^^j)

^DDiTi

inW^i
w^^pi) )T^T)

King

adore

n^s'^l

)yhm

every mouth shall


thee, and every

tongue shall praise thee


every knee shall bend
every rational being shall
worsehip thee
every
:

heart shall fear thee


the inwart
part and
reins shall sing praise
unto -thy name
as it is
written. All my bones
:

O Lord
unto thee

shall say
is

like

who
who

delivereth the weak from


one of superior strenght
the poor and needy from
his opressors.
Who is
like unto thee ? who is
equal unto thee ? who

can
thee

be compared unto
great, mighty and

tremendous God
most
high God
possessor of
heaven and earth
We
!

will praise adore, glorify,

Tj^^HJ

T1^) Q^Pl^ H^p

and bless thy name

m:n

"^^

nofi

52

so

saith David, Bless the


and
Lord, O my soul
within me,
is
all that
bless the holy name.
!

God

Snh
in thy

fiaSp DD*"n

who

art nii!,^lity
wlio art irieat

strpn<rth

bv thy glorious name


tremendous
for ever

faithful acts

''"n*? ''a'i '^iSa

in?

'^iip'7b'i

iniifhty

by

thy

nSan The King

who

sitteth

on the high and exalted throne,


inhabiting eternity, most exalhis name;
Rejoice in
righteous, for

ted,

and most holy

and

it

written

is

is

Ye
the Lord,
the just praise in comely. With
the mouth of the upri^^ht shalt
thou be extolled blessed with
sancthe lips of tiie righteous
tified with the tongue of the
and in the midst of
pious
saints shalt thon be praised.

rhrir\

-in; anr^S ;;5 D'^p'T* i^3i

cpiion ci'cn

]i*:^'?2i

T]i3on

"

^^p_r^r\

D^*rnp :}ip3^

mSnp!32i
gation of

And in the congre


many thousands

of

nii-7^3 ^:2JD

T]P'^'

nssn:

nj^is

thv people, thou honse of Isiael,


our King
thy name,
shall
!

be glorified in

song, throu<rhout

for such
is
generations
all
the duty of every created being,
Lord, our God
towards then,
and the God of our fathers, to
render thanl<s, to praise, extol,
ascribe glory,
exalt,
glorify,
bless, magnify, and adore tliee,
with all the son?s and praises
David, the son
of thy servant
of Jesse, thine anointed.
;

name shall be
nsntr' Thy
praised for ever alraiirhty great
King

in heaven and
unto thee,
Lord
and the God of our
for
evermore
fathers, beseem
hymn and
song and praise,
nsalm strength and dominion

and holy
on earth
our God

for

n':'

t:v

'^

t:-:

ttT

FOR THE TWO FIRST KKJflTS OF PASSOYEK

SERVICE

53

power and greatness


adoration and glory
holiness
and
majebty
blessing
and
tlianks<,'iving,
from now and
victory,

ni::iin n::?;^^ n^nj^

fi^ssni

eveimore. blessed art thou,

lor

King

Lord, Almrj:hty

gloris

most worthy
of thaul<sgivings, Lord of mira.
with

lied

prai!>es

cles,

who

songs

of psalmody

dffl

King

mighty and Eternal

And thus

it

Al-

This
J331

the

in

lighted

came

is

"^

"

|V V

said on the first night.

to pass

at midnight.
diiist thou perform
ahoundant miiacles in the night.
In the beginning of the firstwatch of tliis night.
The rightoiis possf^ssor for
God (Abraham) conquered when

then

TN

he divided
night.

his

An

to

it

came

night.
n:T Thou

company
pass at

at

mids
:

thieaten the
King of Gerar with death, in
a dream at niglit.
Thou ilidst terrify the Syrian
in the dead of night
And Israel wrestled with an
angel, and overcame him in
night time.
And it came to pass at midnight.
yiT
The firstborn of the
Egyptians didst thou crush at

n^^ln Di7n2 ii^

midnight.
Their strength

r\n

'^^ni n^nr2 Dl-ins

ni^s jnr

found Ihera
in night

when they arose

not

time

The swift army of the prince


of

^'j'15

ditlst

Harosheth didst

thou read

down the stars of the night.


And it came to pass at mids
night.
YV^

gined

the blasphemer
to lilt

who

iraas

uphia hand against

n^'^p n'^'iiri

t:j

np'^ip

nD3
my

beautiful haVitJrtitn, didst


thoTi fiustate
by tie number
of his Slain in nighl time.

The

idol

Bel,

was overthrown

and its statue


tt darkness

im.

of night.

man

To the meritoricms

And

came

to pad3
night.

it

the

in a vision

secret was revealed


at night time.

at

mid-

isnco He who got drunk on


the holy wessel was si&in this
night.

He

(Daniel)

who

was

"inis nin iisp y^li

deli*

the den of lions,


interpreted thy dreadful dreams
of the night.
The agaite cherished euemity,
and wrote letters at night.
And it came to pass at midnight.

vered

from

ninip Thou didst awaken thy


against
pjower
him by disturbing the sleep
of the king in night time'
Thou wilt tread the winepress,
when saying to the
watch-man what of the night ?
watchman, (Israel)
Let the
sayalduii, the morning has come

allscouqueriiig

after night.
And it canne

-t:

t;

'':

rh'br\

pass at

'tins

r\p iili vb^ '-^np^rmiy

npi n
T T
t:-

-t

't-;

ntri
T

idWs- rm
-T

sin

i^^ di^ nnp

mids

night.

may th dy draw
aip
nigh, when there is neither
day nor night.
make
thou Most High
known, that unto ihee appers
also
daj and
the
taineth
I

night.

Appoint

watchmen

for

the

for

ail

day

(Jerusalem)
and all night.
city

illuminate like the splendor


the day, the darkness of
night.

of

And

it

came

to pass
nights

at

mids

ih)

GT

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SERVICE

i5

FOR THE
This

is

TWO FIRST NIGHTS


said the

OF

PASSOVEfi

night.

second

p3i And ye shall

siy, this
the Passover.
K01N Thy niiylity power didst
thou wonderiully display on

the

is

Siicritice of

the Passover.

Above all solemn feasts didst


thou exalt tlie Passover.

Thou didst reveal to the


Oriental (Abraham) the miracles
Performed in the midst of the
night of Passover.
And ye shnll sav, this is the

'

sacrifice of P.issuver.
vnhi Thou didst appear unto
him in the heat of the day, on

the Passover.
He entertained the angles
with unleavened cakes on the

np3 nn?' urr\6^]


npS2 a?r\ Din? npsn vnbi
:

np2

np3

Passover.

and he ran to the herd, as


a memorial of offerings of the
Passover,

And

'

"

nps nnr anii^Ni

':

ye

shall
say this is
Passover.
sacrifice of the

the

loyn The inhabitants of So


anger
to
and they were corsumed with
fire
on the Passover.
Lot was delivered, who baked
unleavened cakes for the angels

dom provoked Gud

np??'

n5
nps

nii*!^i

of Passover.

Thou

sweep the land


of Moph and Noph, when thou
didst
pass
through
on the
Passover.

And

ye

Lord

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say, this is
shall
the sacrifice of the Passover.
n'

'r|i:i

didst

'

thou didst wound

the head of the first-born, on


the night of the Passover,
Ominpotent yet didst thou
pass over thy firstsborn sou,
(Israel) Ijeinij marked with the
blood of the sacrifice of the

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Passover.

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Not suffering
enter
Passover*
to

And

:np)

my

the distroyer
doors on the

ye shall say, this

sacrifice of the Passover.

is

the

:'

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66

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m;tDD The strong and forti=
fied city, was suirendered at
the time of the Passover.
Midiaii Ava^ deslroyed by the
barley bi-ead, like the
oft'eiiiig of an oiiier of barley

cake of
on

tlie

'

npn

"n^is;'

"

fa^Sl.ver.

of Pul and
roved with burs

The mighty men

Lud were

desi

niug conflagration on th(Pas<over.

And

ye shall say, this

is

the

sacrilice of ihe Passover.

my The King abcde yet in


Nob this day, till the time of
the Passover.
'

of

Even at the time when the


watch was set and the table
prepared on the Passover.

And

ye shall say, this

is

vr:vpb
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b^'^

the hand which


wroie the destiuctiou of the
founds tion of the em lire of Babylon, Oil the passover.

The part

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the

np^ nnr

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saciifice of the Passover.

th
gathered
Esther
hr\p
congregation to fast three days
on Passover.

The

sworn

enemy

(Ham an)

l> exec Ht'ed


didst thdii cause
on the gallows of fifty cubits
high, on the Passover.

these two thinirs shalt thou


in a moment on Utz, on
the Passover.

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be
Thine hand will then
victorioas, and thy right hand
exalted, on the ni ht When was
sanctified the festival of the

Passover.

And

ye shall

sav, this

eacrifice of the Passover.

is

the

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our God

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King of the universe,

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Drink the Olass of Wine leaning, and say the Grace after drinking Wiue
nal our God

King

Eter-

thou,

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of the uni-

wine

and the
fruits of the w,ne, and for fde
increase of tlie field, and for
that desirable, good and ample

verse,

the

lor

land, which
to

cause

herit, to
of,

and

thou

wast

pleased

ancestors

our

to in

eat of the fVuit thereto

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he satisfied 01 the

goodnes thereof. Have compas-our


Eternal,
us,
on
sion
and on thy people Israel
God
on Jerusalpm thy city, on Zion
the tabernacle of thy -lory, on
thine altar and on thy temple
rebuild the holy city (Jerusalem) in our days anb lead
and cause us
us up thereto
to rejoice therein, that we May
eat of the fruit thereof, and be
goodness
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ceremony, in commemoration of the Passover, is thus solemnly


completed, it will be as acceptable in the presence of the Lord, as the
actual ofterin;^ of the Pa>^soTer lamb
If the

After which

the

of

Passover

plished

is

now

according lo

remainder

its

inp'pn^ riDS yi^^p bpn

of

acom*
order,

and customs

all its formalities;

as

not eat or drink any thing for the


except water. Tea, or coffee.

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commemoration

The

Son
the

may

they

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we have thus arranged it,


may we also merit the actual

most
thereof
thou who dwellest on
high, rise up an hnmble people,
of whom it was said, who can
observance
holy

number them
the

esialili>hed

hasten to lead
plant, (Israel)
the redeemed to

and to bring
zion with jojful song.

inN
thy
it

oil

Almighty God,

temple

speedily

Go

reliuild, it

rebuild
rebuild

Lord

rebuild it oh worlds sovereign


as a piaise '0 Thee as a glory
to Thee rebuild thy sanctuai7.
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as

Thee rebuild thy sanctuary

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glorious God
to

honou=

be

red, truthful God, perfect God,

thy house soon


our

God

time

etc

rebuild

rebuild

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BERHCE FOR THE TWO FIRST NIGHTS OF PASSOTEB


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one kid,
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for two Suzim
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and devoured the kid,
which my father bought
one kid,
for two Suzim

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that
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bit the cat, which devou-

which has beaten the dog,


the cat, which
devoured the kid, which
my father bought for two

m K^ ^1

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Suzim ; one kid, one kid.


And it came a stick

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my father bought for two

red the kid which my


iather bought for two
Suzim ; one kid, one kid.
And a fire came and
Durnt the stick which
smote the dog, which bit
the cat, which devoured
the kid which my father
bousrht for two Suzim;
one kid,' one kid.
And a water came
and extinguished the fire,

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one kid, one kid.


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the
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one kid, one kid.

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came and slaughtered the
ox, that drank the water,

which extinguished the


that burnt the stick,
"Which smote the cat, that
devoured the kid, which
my father bought for two
Suzim; one kid, one kid.
And the angel of death
came and killed the
slaughterer, that slaughwhich
tered
the ox,
drank the water, that
had extinguished the fire,
which burnt the stick
that smote .the dog, that
has bitten the cat, which
devoured the kid, which
my father bought for two
Suzim ; one kid, one kide
And the Holy One,

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