Sola, David Aaron de

(1796-1860)
   British rabbi. He was born in Amsterdam. He became h azzan of the London Sephardi community in 1818. His writings include Forms of Prayer According to the Custom of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews and Eighteen Treatises of the Mishnah.

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