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Full text:[...] 40 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. for the Alexandrian Jewish Community effectual guarantees that they would not be molested by the prejudiced populace. Her Majesty's Government complied with this request, and o [...]
Full text:[...] persia.—egypt. 39 instruction. Efforts are being made by the Council to overcome the difficulties which are in the way of the establishment of the desired school. Distress in North Western Persia.†[...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 55 a of such highways. It was also pointed out that the formation of well-constructed roads would materially improve the prospects of commercial intercourse, and that at the outset the roads [...]
Full text:[...] TUNIS.-PALESTINE. 61 Nab el to dispose of his merchandise, and calling at the house of an Arab he left his friend waiting outside. Soon afterwards a rumour was spread that the Jew had been murdered. T [...]
Full text:[...] 22 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. to gain a livelihood by the labour of his hands, that is to say, to become a tiller of the ground, the emigration of Russian Jews cannot be of sufficient advantage to the [...]
Full text:[...] 34 the Council voted £20, to make up the sum which the parent institution in Paris required for the assistance of the school at Larache. XIV.—TUNIS. Acting upon the suggestion of Mr. Consul Wood,* [...]
Full text:[...] 37 Nataf, residing at Sfax, was induced to call at the house of Achnxad El Noory, who pretended that he wished to employ Nataf in making some purchases. Immediately on entering the house, El Noory kil [...]
Full text:[...] CONTENTS. List of Honorary Officers, Officers Fifth Annual Report . I. Home Affairs II. Branches III. India IV. Aden and Yemen V. Spain VI. Turkey . VII. Salonica VIII. Smyrna IX. Bagdad X. Jaffa XI) [...]
Full text:[...] 18 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. v.—RUSSIA. Last year's Report of the Council gave a brief account of the recent outrages upon the Jews in Russia. The persecutions having since that time increased to an unp [...]
Full text:[...] PERSIA. 31 a >- I i x. 4 Imperial Highness the utmost happiness, together with all those enjoyments of life which are merited by the most honoured and the most worthy of men. This document, signed by [...]
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