CORDOVA, ISAAC HEZEKIAH B. JACOB:
Publisher in the latter part of the seventeenth and the first part of the eighteenth century; son of Jacob b. Moses Raphael de Cordova. After a sojourn in Brazil, he settled in Amsterdam, where, like his brother Abraham, he became a printer. In 1688 he published the Spanish sermons of Joshua de Silva, and in 1706-09 various other works in Spanish and Hebrew. He changed his residence to Hamburg in 1709.
- Steinschneider, Cat. Bodl. No. 7963;
- Kohut, in Hebr. Bibl. vi. 49.