[Toronto? : s.n.], 1878 (Toronto : Rowsell & Hutchison); 45 pages
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|Creator||Hirschfelder, Jacob M. (Jacob Mair), 1819-1902.|
|Title||A wife to her sister : being a treatise in which the question, so long and warmly discussed, whether marriage with a deceased wife's sister is prohibited under the Mosaic law, is, in a clear and precise manner, placed before the English reader|
|Published||[Toronto? : s.n.], 1878 (Toronto : Rowsell & Hutchison)|
Impediments to marriage.
Mariage -- Empêchements.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada.|
At head of title: Ish-shah el Achothah.
"And thou shalt not take a wife to her sister to cause jealousy or enmity...in her life time -Lev. XVIII. 18."
Title from title screen.