5 8 (AMERICAN-JUDAICA) Jonas B. Phillips. The Chimes, or, The Old and New Year - Ballad. Sung by Miss (Elizabeth) Rainforth. Composed by J.P. Knight. pp. (5). Foxed. Unbound. Folio. [Worldcat locates only three copies.] Philadelphia, George Willig, c. 1850. $1000 - $1500 ❧ “Why chime the bells so merrily.” For voice and piano, a musical score written by Philadelphia-born Jonas B. Phillips (1805-69). A member of an illustrious American-Jewish family, Phillips was assistant district attorney for the county of New York, holding that appointment under several successive administrations (see Daly, l.c. p. 145). 7 (AMERICAN-JUDAICA) Sidur Divrei Tzadikim. The Book of Daily Prayers for Every Day in the Year. According to the Custom of the German and Polish Jews. Edited by Isaac Leeser. FIRST EDITION ff. (4), 243. Lightly foxed in places. Contemporary blind-tooled cherry-red morocco, spine titled in gilt, rubbed, rebacked retaining original backstrip, new marbled endpapers. 8vo. [Vinograd, Philadelphia 18; Goldman, 37.] Philadelphia, C. Sherman, 1848. $400 - $600 ❧ First Aschkenazic prayer-book issued in the United States.