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Full text:[...] 88 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. geography, arithmetic, and book-keeping, religious instruction and literature. The pupils are divided into five classes; only those in the highest division are admitted to the [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 39 trie installation shall be added. In the joinery department (the largest in the entire establishment), apprentices belonging to different countries and denominations are to be [...]
Full text:[...] appendix c.—the jews of constantinople. 63 grants are made to these schools out of the funds of ^ the communal gabella, and further slight contributions are received out of the offerings made at the s [...]
Full text:[...] 50 greatly pleased to observe the viva,city and intelligence of the scholars, and their evident progress in the knowledge of the English and French languages. Many of them spoke English with much flue [...]
Full text:[...] 50 Manamohini : Novel Mr. Abraham Daniel, K. Translation of Blessings said in the Evening') of the Sabbath, and Praise after the I Messrs. Shaloam Moses monthly appearance of the Moon, from / and Benj [...]
Full text:[...] 58 APPENDIX I. THE JEWISH SCHOOL AT SMYRNA. Extracts prom the Report of the Smyrna Committee of the Alliance Israelite Universelle. The Annual Returns supplied by tlie Smyrna Committee of the Alliance [...]
Full text:[...] 124 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. Manchester—cont. £ s. d. Valentine, Rev. J. H., Elizabeth-street . . . .050 Vivante, M. S., Esq., 108, Bury New-road . . . . 0 10 0 Walford, L. D., Esq., 108, Bury New-road [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 21 been managed. The progress of education amongst the Beni Israel in general being an object of paramount importance to the Committee, they think it desirable to cast a rapid and [...]
Full text:[...] 30 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. With regard to the proceeds of the entertainment, Mrs. Corcos informed the Council that they served for the purchase of School material, and of an humble trousseau for a fo [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE BAST. 31 the attendance, 97 per cent, of the pupils being noted down as punctual in the daily roll-call. The several classes were progressing at a good and even rate. The teachers bore [...]
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