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SALKIND, SOLOMON BEN BARUCH:

Lithuanian Hebrew poet; teacher in the rabbinical seminary, Wilna; died there March 14, 1868. He was the author of: "Shirim li-Shelomoh" (Wilna, 1842), a collection of poems, most of which are adaptations from other languages; "Ḳol Shelomoh" (ib. 1858) and "Shema' Shelomoh" (ib. 1866), collections of poems. Many of his Hebrew speeches are to be found in the "Ḳobeẓ Derushim" (ib. 1864), a collection of addresses by teachers of the seminary, published at the expense of the Russian government.

Bibliography:
  • Ha-Maggid, vol. xii., No. 14;
  • Zeitlin, Bibl. Post-Mendels. p. 328.
S. M. Sel.
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