By : Herman Rosenthal Benjamin Salkind Rabbiner (b. at Bauske 1852), for many years president of the yeshivah at DÃ¼naburg (Dvinsk)
Russian rabbi; born at Sloboda, a suburb of Bauske, Courland, 1758; died at Bauske 1830; a
descendant on his mother's side of Mordecai Jaffe, author of the "Lebushim." He was rabbi at Bauske from 1800 to 1830, and wrote: "Gedullat Mordekai," responsa, and "Parashat Mordekai," sermons, published by his grandson Rabbi BÃ¤r Rabbiner together with his own responsa and those of his father, Benjamin Salkind Rabbiner (b. at Bauske 1852), for many years president of the yeshibah at DÃ¼naburg (Dvinsk) and since 1891 a rabbi in New York, U. S. A. áº’emaá¸¥ Rabbiner (b. at Bauske 1862), a brother of Benjamin Salkind, studied at Dorpat and Berlin, from which latter place he graduated with the degree of doctor of philosophy. He published "BeitrÃ¤ge zur HebrÃ¤ischen Synonymik im Talmud und Midrashim," Berlin, 1899. H. R.