Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jewish” in chapter 1.35 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...o two relatives in New Orleans. He died in Paris in 1884. In person Mr. Benjamin was rather short, heavy set, with square shoulders, and was inclined toward corpulency. His face was typically Jewish , the short black beard he wore helping to intensify it. His ability to sway an audience by his eloquence was nothing short of marvellous. When in Richmond he resided on Main street, between Fourth ...
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