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MOSES, SILAS MEYER – President of the Bank of Bombay; second son of M. S. Moses; born in Bombay Nov. 23, 1845. He was educated in that city, and, being related to the Sassoon family, went at an early age to China in connection with the business of...
MOSES BEN SIMḤAH OF LUTSK – Karaite scholar of the first half of the eighteenth century; father of Simḥah Isaac, author of the "Oraḥ Ẓaddiḳim." Moses of Lutsk wrote a work entitled "Torat Mosheh"; it is divided into four parts and contains liturgical poems...
MOSES OF SMOLENSK – Russian engraver of the twelfth century. In a collection of documents published by Professor Kunik of the Russian Academy of Sciences and relating to business transactions between the people of northwestern Russia and those of...