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The tents of Shem: being an account of the trial of Jacob ben Isaac, of the city oe Madrid, in the year 5250 A.M., who was accused of the murder of a Christian child in order to obtain its blood for Jewish ritual purposes; was found guilty, and condemned to death; the said child being afterwards found alive in Grenada.

Title:The tents of Shem: being an account of the trial of Jacob ben Isaac, of the city oe Madrid, in the year 5250 A.M., who was accused of the murder of a Christian child in order to obtain its blood for Jewish ritual purposes; was found guilty, and condemned to death; the said child being afterwards found alive in Grenada.
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Note:London, Vallentine, 1883
  
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Subject:Blood accusation
Subject:Jews
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