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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/1 Annual report 1872-3
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Full text:[...] 1 I 1 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Leopold Schloss, Esq., Chairman. J. Bergtheil, Esq: I Rev. M. N. Nathan. M. H. Benjamin, Esq. I I. Seligman, Esq. Jacob A. Franklin, Esq. A. E. Sydney, Esq. Benjamin Kisch, [...]
Full text:[...] 43 15. The Council shall, at its first monthly meeting, elect an Executive Committee, consisting of not less than ten members, of whom three shall form a quorum. 16. The Executive Committee shall hav [...]
Full text:[...] ;r to obtain as successor, Baron Henry De Worms, a gentleman in every way qualified to fill the place of Professor Waley. The Council deems this however a fitting opportunity to record the expression [...]
Full text:[...] 63 MANCHESTER BRANCH. OFFICERS. Arthur Q. Henriques, Esq., Chairman. Julius F. Sallon, Esq., Treasurer. Paul Susman, Esq., Hon. Secretary. COMMITTEE. I. D. Belisha, Esq. Ph. Falk, Esq. I. A. Franklin [...]
Full text:[...] 14 The Anglo-Jewish Association recognizing the importance of the work undertaken by the Alliance resolved from the outset to support it, and it may be remembered that it was stated at the close of th [...]
Full text:[...] 32 The receipts of the ledged in these terms : foregoing documents have been acknow- \Translation.] Austrian Embassy, Bel grave Sqre, 24th March, 1873. Sir, I beg to acknowledge the receipt of the com [...]
Full text:[...] barons tormentors. The following Addresses on the subject have been presented jointly by the Anglo-Jewish Association and the Roumanian Committee to the Governments of Austria and Turkey through their [...]
Full text:[...] 59 'f REPORT OF THE LIVERPOOL BRANCH OF THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. 1873- OFFICERS. Baron L. Benas, Esq., President. Mark Samuel, Esq., Treasurer. A. Benas, Esq. L. Davis, Esq. A. Hoffnung, Esq. A. [...]
Full text:[...] i7 «n t addressed two or three months ago to the " Anglo-Jewish Association" on this subject; if you have not, pray do read it. It explains the end and aim of the Institution, and gives some idea of [...]
Full text:[...] Ways and Means, whose province it is to canvass for subscriptions and donations; to devise means for obtaining support by the establishment of branches, both in the British Empire, and in Foreign Coun [...]
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