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MENDES – ...Edouard Mendes (member of the municipal council, president of the tribunal of commerce, chevalier of the Legion of Honor), Auguste Mendes ("inspecteur des postes"), and Elysée Mendes (member of the tribunal of ...commerce and of municipal council). The earliest Mendes tombstone now in existence in Bayonne is that of Rodrigues Mendes (1637).The Holland branch produced some notable writers, such as David, son of Atalyah ...Franco Mendes (author of "Gemul 'Atalyah," "Ḥanukkat ha-Bayit," "Peri 'Eẓ Ḥayyim," "Teshu'ot Yisrael"), Samuel Rodrigues Mendes, and Samuel da Silva Mendes (authors or editors of editions of the Sephardic ritual on...
MENDES (MENDEZ) – ...Oporto as a residence. Persecuted by the Inquisition, the Mendeses left Oporto and settled in Holland and England, emigrating later to America.Gideon Mendes:

MENDÈS, CATULLE – ...year as critic to the "Journal."Mendès is the author of a large number of works both in prose and in verse. A perfect stylist, he is nevertheless inclined to the sensual; his "Le Roman d'une Nuit," which ...appeared in the "Revue Fantaisiste" (1867), was condemned as an immoral novel, and Mendès was sentenced to a month's imprisonment and a fine of 500 francs for publishing it. Of his works may be cited: In verse ...of Paris, and have been well received.Mendes Pedigree.—American Branch. In 1894 Mendès received the...
MENDES, FRANCISCO – ...Portuguese Marano; physician to Don Affonso, brother of the cardinal infante; lived in Lisbon in the sixteenth century. The shoemaker Luis Diaz, who proclaimed himself to be the Messiah, induced Mendes to ...undergo circumcision at the age of thirty-seven and to confess Judaism (c. 1541) together with other converts. Diazwas burned at the first auto da fé held at Evora toward the end of 1542, Francisco Mendes...
BELISARIO, MIRIAM MENDES – ...English authoress and teacher; born in London about 1820; died there 1885. She was a granddaughter of Isaac Mendes Belisario (see Lyson, "Environs of London," iii. 429), and with her sisters for many years...
CHUMACEIRO, ARON MENDES – ...Aaron Mendes Chumacelro.Delegated by the parnasim of his congregation in 1854 to receive the future King Pedro V. of ...class="subheadinglevel1" name="anchor1">1. Abraham Mendes Chumaceiro: Attorney at law; born at Amsterdam Nov. 16, 1841; died at Curaçao, Dutch West Indies, Aug. 19, 1902. He moved to Curaçao, in 1856 ...subheadinglevel1" name="anchor2">2. Benjamin Mendes Chumaceiro: Ḥazzan; born in Amsterdam in 1871. He received a ministerial training at the bet ha-midrash Ets Haim of Amsterdam. In 1892 he was elected assistant...
PRICE, JULIUS MENDES – English traveler, artist, and journalist; born in London about 1858; educated at University College (London), at Brussels, and at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. He was war correspondent to the "Illustrated London News" during
MENDES, DAVID FRANCO – See Franco.
MENDES (MENDEZ), MOSES – ...English poet and dramatist; born in London; died at Old Buckenham, Norfolk, Feb. 4, 1758; son of James Mendes, a stock-broker of Mitcham, Surrey, and grandson of Fernando Mendes. He was educated partly at ...the words by Mendes and the score by Boyce, scored a great success Dec. 2, 1749, because of both its merit and the clever acting of Mrs. Clive as Pastora. "Robin Hood," produced at Drury Lane Dec. 13, 1750 ...Whitehead and Schomberg; "The Squire of Dames," another poem in imitation of Spenser. Mendes also translated Maphæus' continuation of Vergil's "Æneid" (1767). His "The Blatant Beast" was not published until 1792, when...
MENDES-NASI, FRANCISCO – ...and which advanced money to Charles V. and other rulers. After Mendes-Nasi's death his brother Diogo, director of their Antwerp branch and husband of Beatrice de Luna's sister, was the richest ...kinsman of both the Mendes was Hector Mendes, a very rich man, who, when asked by the King of Portugal what he called his own, replied: "The alms which I have given."
COSTA, ANDREA MENDES DA – ...Chamberlain of Queen Catherine of Bragança, wife of Charles II. of England; flourished about 1665. His position at court was due to the influence of his brother, Antonio Mendes, who had ...they openly proclaimed themselves Jews. Andrea Mendes, as well as his brothers, is said to have taken an active interest in the affairs of the Jews of London, and frequently influenced Charles II. on their behalf...
SILVA, JOÃO MENDES DA – ...1739, one day before the martyrdom of her youngest son, Antonio José da Silva. She is said to have died three months after his execution. João Mendes, after the...
MENDES, MAURITS BENJAMIN DA COSTA – ...which he had suffered since his boyhood and caused him to give up his regular studies. Mendes established himself as a private master of classical languages and soon became known for his pedagogical capacity. Since ...1891 he has been curator of manuscripts in the University library.Mendes has applied himself to the study of Greek, especially of Homer. In collaboration with his friend Dr. van Leeuwen (since 1884 ...Homerische Gedichten" (ib. 1883; 4th ed. 1898; translated into German 1886, and into French 1887), a grammar of the Homeric idiom. Mendes himself wrote a Latin grammar (ib. 1885; 4th ed. 1899).On...
ABBASI, JOSEPH – ...bibliographyitem"> Mendes do Remedios, Judios em Portugal, p. 163; J. A. de los Rios, Historia de los Judios, ii. 279.M...
COUTINHO (CUITIÑO, V04p317004.jpg) – ...anchor1">1. Abraham Pereyra Coutinho: Mentioned as living in Amsterdam in 1675.2. Baruch Mendes Coutin: Member of the benevolent society Sha'are Ẓedeḳ ...founded in Amsterdam 1678.3. Daniel Coutinho: Mentioned with No. 1.4. David Mendes Coutinho: Mentioned ...anchor6">6. Jacob Coutinho: Son of Moses Henriques Coutinho (No. 11).7. Jacob b. Abraham Mendes Coutinho: A brother of Moses (No. 10).
BELMONTE, MOSES BEN JOSEPH – ...Writer in Amsterdam during the first half of the eighteenth century. He was the author of a poem in Hebrew prefixed to the edition of the Pentateuch and Hafṭarot published by S. Rodrigues Mendes (Amsterdam...
ALMILIBY, ADAM – ...Mendes dos Remedios, Os Judeus em Portugal, p. 367.M. K...
COSTA, DA, PEDIGREE – ...The family of Da Costa is probably identical with that of the Mendez da Costa. It has even been suggested that an early Mendes called himself Mendez da Costa ("Mendes of the Coast"). The arms of the two ...pedigree the key to Sephardic genealogies. The principal branch of the Da Costa family in the Netherlands (pedigree I.) and the Holland Mendes da Costa branch (pedigree II.) follow herewith:I ...Mendes Da Costa of the Netherlands II.Da Costas of Holland.
COSTA, ANTHONY DA – ...Da Costa referred to in the "Thurlow Papers." Jacob Alvarez (or Alvaro) da Costa arrived in England with his family in 1655. He married Leonora (Rachel) Mendes, sister of Fernandez (Fernando) Mendes, the Marano ...physician of John IV., King of Portugal.Anthony married his cousin Catherine Mendes, in 1698. Catherine was born in Somerset House, and was named after Queen Catherine of Bragança, wife of Charles II., who...
AMERICAN JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY – ...Mielziner, and F. de Sola Mendes, New York rabbis; Marcus Jastrow of Philadelphia, and Moritz Ellinger of New York, editor of "The Jewish Times." In 1873, as its first publication, the society issued the fourth volume ...Dr. William Herzberg), translated by F. de Sola Mendes; and (2) "Hebrew Characteristics," miscellaneous papers from the German,comprising "extracts from Jewish moralists from the eleventh to the fifteenth...
ÇAPATEIRO, JOSEPH – ...Bibliography: Garcia de Resende, Chron. del Rey D. João II., 29 et seq.; R. J. Mendes dos Remedios, Os Judeus...
COHEN – ...I. Cohen, Mendes I. Cohen, Benjamin I. Cohen, David I. Cohen, Joshua I. Cohen, and Miriam. I. Cohen.The older sons soon participated in public life. In 1812 the name of Philip, and in ...1822 that of Jacob, Jr., appear in the list of members of the exclusive organization, The Ancient and Honorable Mechanical Company of Baltimore. In the War of 1812-14 Philip and Mendes were members of Captain ...Mendes (1796-1879), after his retirement from the firm in 1829, traveled extensively in Europe and the East, and brought back with him the objects that form the Cohen collection of Egyptian...
BEVIS MARKS SYNAGOGUE – ...synagogue in Cree Church lane; but the considerable influx of Jews made it necessary to obtain other and commodious quarters. Accordingly a committee was appointed, consisting of Antonio Gomes Serra, Menasseh Mendes ...great Amsterdam synagogue of 1677 is apparent. In 1747 Benjamin Mendes da Costa bought the lease of the ground on which the building stood, and presented it to the congregation, vesting the deeds in the names of a ...committee consisting of Gabriel Lopez de Britto, David Aboab Ozorio, Moses Gomes Serra, David Franco, Joseph Jessurun Rodriguez, and Moses Mendes da Costa.The Bevis Marks Synagogue was for more than a century...
AGUILAR, EPHRAIM LOPEZ PEREIRA, BARON D' – ...Second Baron d'Aguilar; born in Vienna in 1739; died at London, 1802. In 1757 he was naturalized in England, where he had settled with his father. He married in 1758 the daughter of Moses Mendes da Costa ...to pay the fine. Eight days were given him to accept or to submit to the penalty. He evidently submitted, for in 1767 he married the widow of Benjamin Mendes da Costa, which he would not have been able to do had...
BELINFANTE, ISAAC COHEN – ...Belinfante's printed works are: (1) "Minḥat Nedabah" (A Free Offering), a poem in honor of the poet David Franco Mendes (Amsterdam, 1764); (2) "Gilah we-Ranen" (Joy and Singing), an epithalamium (Amsterdam ...Rodrigues Mendes, and other works printed in that city.Bibliography: Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, p. 596;
  • ERLANGER, CAMILLE – ...Maurel in the title-rôle; "Bar-Kokeba," a lyric drama in three acts and four tableaux, in collaboration with Catulle Mendès; "La Glu," a lyric drama based on the novel of Richepin.
    GALLEGO, JOSEPH SHALOM DE SHALOM – ...work "Imre No'am," containing religious poems, hymns, and elegies (Amsterdam, 1628). Several of his Hebrew poems are to be found in the manuscript collection "Ḳol Tefillah we-Ḳol Zimrah" of David Franco Mendes...
    JUDAH ("Rabbi Mor") – ...2, 19; Kayserling, Gesch. der Juden in Portugal, pp. 19 et seq.; J. Mendes dos Remedios, Os Judeus em Portugal, pp. 139 et seq.;