They are as rich as Jews, those Waules and Featherstones; I mean, for people like them, who don’t want to spend anything.
Everything seemed dreary: the portents before the birth of Cyrus—Jewish antiquities—oh dear!
He described touches of incident among the poor people in Rome, only to be seen by one who could move about freely; he found himself in agreement with Mr. Casaubon as to the unsound opinions of Middleton concerning the relations of Judaism and Catholicism; and passed easily to a half-enthusiastic half-playful picture of the enjoyment he got out of the very miscellaneousness of Rome, which made the mind flexible with constant comparison, and saved you from seeing the world’s ages as a…
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Jerusalem is a holy city for Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Jerusalem’s Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest prayer site.