Mulder, Israel

Mulder, Israel a Jewish writer of note, and celebrated also for his philanthropic labors among his people, flourished in Holland in recent times. He died at Amsterdam December 29, 1862. He contributed largely for the dissemination of culture among his co-religionists, and did everything in his power to elevate the Jewish people in their literary life. He also wrote much himself, and among other works published a Hebrew-German dictionary and many essays on various subjects.

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