<p style='text-align: justify;'>A letter from Minyat Zifta (Egypt) addressed to Abraham II Maimonides. A physician in a small town who undertook the teaching of schoolchildren in addition to his medical work, became so enthusiastic about the additional income that he did not let the children go back to their former teacher, when he returned from being away in Cairo, where he had had to pay his poll tax. On verso a draft of another letter in a different hand </p>
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