Margoliouth, Moses: The history of the Jews in Great Britain / , 1851
- I. The Bill brought up to the House of Lords. - The Marquis of Landsdowne's speech. - The Primate's speech. - The Speech of the Bishop of St. Davids.
- II. The opponents of the bill. - Sir R. Inglis. - Mr. Fox. - Mr. H. Faudell. - Lord Ashley. - Sir T. Acland. - Mr. Law. - Mr. Hope. - Mr. Newdegate. - Mr. H. Drummond. - Mr. Stafford. [...]
- III. The Most Interesting Feature. - The Jewish Reform Bill. - The New Liturgy. - Letter "To the Gentlemen Elders of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue". - Bull against the Reformed Prayer-Book. [...]
- IV. The number of Jews in this country. - The number of Synagogues. - Birmingham. - Liverpool. - Manchester. - Bedford. - Bristol. - Hull. - Falmouth. - Penzance. - Exeter. - Sheffield. - Cheltenham. [...]
- V. The Jewish poor. - Commissioners of the "Morning Chronicle". - Strictures on their report.
- VI. The disadvantages of Anglo-Jewish literati and literature. - Hertz Ben Pinchas. - Baron Rothschild and the phantom.