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There is a side note on the side of Yerushalmi Terumos 7:2 “עיין במגלת ספר לאוין רנ׳׳ח מש׳׳כ בזה באורך”. I cannot find this sefer anywhere. It appears to be an explanation of the סמ׳׳ג, but I haven't found it. Does anyone know what it is and where I can get it?

  • What edition of the Yerushalmi are you using? (Finding one that has this note could be helpful as some editions have indices of referenced works, etc.) – Double AA Oct 28 '15 at 0:53
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I believe this is a work by Rabbi Binyamin Kazis on the Semag available here (note: the print is from the 18th century).

The page in question on lavin 258 can be viewed here.

The beginning of it is the following:Megillat Sefer

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