This manuscript was acquired by Enriqueta Rylands as part of the Spencer Collection. It is one of a series of Passover service books (Haggadot) created by the scribe and artist Joseph ben David of Leipnik (in Moravia) in the 1740s. He mimicked Hebrew print of the period, and usually provided illustrations himself. In this case, however, some illustrations are by another artist, who was English. We know this because the Ten Commandments on the Two Tables of the Law, are in English (folio 37a)! The manuscript may have been commissioned by a member of the English aristocracy.
The Two Tables of the Law (upper left image, folio 37a), illustrating the poem Dayyenu with the beginning of each Commandment in English. Painted by the English artist.