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Full text:[...] 32 not able to bring their grievances under the notice of the Turkish general, as the native interpreters, to whom alone they could entrust the matter, were animated by violent hatred and fanaticism t [...]
Full text:[...] 88 The Council thought that the fact of giving the additional £100 conditionally on other kindred Institutions on the Continent and elsewhere subscribing at least £400, would create a stimulus among s [...]
Full text:[...] 49 questions relating to its management and to the instruction to be delivered in it. 2nd. That the community contribute towards the expenses of the school. 3rd. That the teacher and the Local Committ [...]
Full text:[...] 26 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. June, 1881. Since then lie lias used, in the House of Commons, every endeavour to secure for Jews of British nationality, travelling in Russia, the same rights which pertain [...]
Full text:[...] 26 twelfth annual report. from tliis tax. This grievance of the Jews in Moga-dor was brought under the notice of Her Majesty's Minister at Tangier, with whom the Secretary of the Association had an in [...]
Full text:[...] 34 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. A reply from the Foreign Office, dated 31st December, informed the Anglo-Jewish Association and the Board of Deputies that a copy of their letter had been forwarded to Sir [...]
Full text:[...] 38 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. this day (No. 22), I have the honour to inform your Lordship that I have received from did Bubeker, the Commissioner appointed by the Sultan to make an inquiry at Demnat i [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 43 nat to Tangier. The Secretary of the Association therefore, by the direction of the Council sent a letter to Colonel Mathews, expressive of the appreciation with which his benevolent actio [...]
Full text:[...] I 158 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. Mr. A. Colien, Vice-President (in. the unavoidable absence of tlie President, Mr. Leopold Zossenheim), seconded by Mr. Jacob Sloman, Treasurer, and resolved unanimously, tha [...]
Full text:[...] 40 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. I made known to M. Feraud all that had taken place, and the nature of the instructions I had received from your Lordship. I informed him that M. Scovasso and I proposed to [...]
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