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M. Schwarzfeld, M.D.

Bucharest, Rumania.

BACAU – Capital of a district of the same name, situated in the southwest of Moldavia, a division of Rumania, with a population of 15,000, one-half of whom are Jews. A census taken in 1876 enumerated 743 Jewish families at that time....
BUCURESTEANU (BUCURESHTEANU), ABRAHAM COHEN – Rumanian publicist; born at Bucharest 1840; died there Jan. 24, 1877. From his earliest youth he was passionately fond of the theater, and obtained some success on the stage; but by the advice of his family he devoted himself to...