will have five sections.
In this section we will have poems in the holy tongue. .
. . Poems of passion and lust, however, are an abomination
and will not be accepted. . . .
Essays and disquisitions. . . . This section will illuminate
subjects in Hebrew grammar . . . phraseology and rhetoric
. . . Hebrew poetry, and teach the readers to recognize
the meaning of the individual root word. . . . interpretations
of difficult passages in Scripture. . . .
The springs of this section will pour forth short, clear,
pleasant, and elegant studies, either from ancient wise
men or from wise men of our generation. . . .
The streams of this section will flow into the sea of the
Talmud in order to remove the obstacles which have deterred
many teachers of our people who are unacquainted with the
Talmud and its problems. . . . the rest of the things necessary
to moral education. Nor will we avoid discussing physical
education, for many of our artisans are sedentary and unaware
of the importance of physical education. . . .
Biographies of the great men of Israel. . . .
News. Accounts of the events occurring among us in these
days, the days of the first fruits of natural science and
love in all the kingdoms of Europe. . . .
Announcement of new books . . . both in the holy tongue
and in the languages of other peoples.