De Sola, Abraham
De Sola, Abraham a Jewish rabbi, son of the following, was born in London, England, September 18, 1825. Having completed his academical as well as theological studies, he accepted in 1847 a call from the Portuguese Hebrew Congregation of Montreal, Canada. In 1848 he was appointed professor of Hebrew and Shemitic literature in M'Gill College, which also conferred on him the degree of doctor of laws. He died at New York city, June 6, 1882. See Morals, Eminvet Israelites of the Nineteenth Century, page 53 sq. (B.P.).