During the existance of Rech Pospolitaya (the union between Polish kingdom and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania) Lipsko was situated in Benzsk Voevodstvo, Poland. 309 jews lived in Lipsko in 1765. Since 1795 - Lipsko - the part of Russian Empire in Radom Gubernia.
In 1856 jewish population of Lipsko was 758 (christian - 664). The results of famous Russian census (1897 ) for Lipsko are: 2443 inhabitants - 1448 jews.
Lipsk (Lipsk). During the existance
of Rech Pospolitaya, the part of Grodno povet, Troki gubernia. 392
jews lived in Lipsk in 1766. Since 1795 - Lipsk - the part of Russian Empire
in Navagrudok uezd. In the book "Rossija. Polnoe geographicheskoe opisanie"
("Russia. Full geographical description") (St-Petersburg, 1900) I find
the next information about Lipsk: small empty place in Palesse (southern
part of Belarus) with the one othodox church.
Today, Lipsk is known as a small in Liachavichi region of Brest region.
Lipskerov Abram Yakovlevich in 1883
began to publish in Moscow the newspaper "Novost dnia"("The news
of the day"). This newspaper was very popular. Since 1891 Lepskerov - a
publisher of "Novosti inostrannoy literaturi" ("The news of foreign