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Research Query: Page Reference in Sefer Ḥasidim, ed. Gutman

Dear Colleagues,

I need to order via interlibrary loan a scan of a certain passage from Shim'on Gutman's edition of Sefer Ḥasidim (published by Otzar Haposkim).  It's hard to do without knowing the relevant page numbers in advance.  What I need is the passage that begins, "Grant atonement to your people Israel whom you have redeemed."  It is §1171 in the Margoliot edition, § 1177 in the Bologna edition, and § 273 in editions based on the Parma MS.  

I will be grateful to anyone who can help with this.  You may respond to me directly at the e-mail posted below.

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