Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/9 Annual report 1886-7
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Full text:[...] 3 € a until, 1886-87. PRESIDENT. Sir Julian Goldsmid, Bart., VICE-PRESIDENTS. M.P. Ellis A. Franklin, Esq. Alfred G. Henriques, Esq. ..^Sir Henry A. Isaacs. F. D. Mocatta, Esq. Sir Benjamin S. Phillip [...]
Full text:[...] fenttifo Cjomntiftee. CHAIRMAN. B. Kisch, Esq., M.A., B.Sc. Jonas Bergtiieil, Esq. PL H. Collins, Esq. E. H. d'Avigdor, Esq. Ellis A. Franklin, Esq. Major A. E. Goldsmid. F. B. Halford, Esq. Alfred G. [...]
Full text:[...] BC 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS—continued. PAGE VII. Schools in the East-—continued. Philippopolis.......30 Salonica........31 Smyrna........31 Tetuan........32 Tunis.........32 Appendix A.—Proceedings at the [...]
Full text:[...] 6 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. charge their duties in the spirit in which he, as the founder of their Society, had acted throughout his honoured career. In Corfu, the Anglo-Jewish Association lost a faith [...]
Full text:[...] 34 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. APPENDIX B. SPEECH OF SIR JULIAN GOLDSMID, BART., M.P., PRESIDENT, AT THE PUBLIC DINNER ON MARCH gXD, 1887. Gentlemen,—I have now to ask your attention for a few moments wh [...]
Full text:[...] THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT of the gtttfllfl- J1} it'is It[iittwtt. 1886-87. THE YEAR'S WORK. The Anglo-Jewish Association has, during the past year, continued to exercise its useful influence [...]
Full text:[...] 66 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. London—cont. £ s. d. Rozelaar, J. A., Esq., 54, Petherton-road . . . 0 10 C Rozelaar, M. A., Esq., 52, Petherton-road . . . 0 10 6 Sachs, G., Esq., 26, Marlboro'- hill, N.W [...]
Full text:[...] THE YEAR'S WORK. termined to hold a public Dinner in aid of the funds. The Dinner, which was given on the 2nd of March at the Gros-venor Gallery, and was presided over by Sir Julian Goldsmid, attained [...]
Full text:[...] 8 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Schools in the East have laid the foundation, two great objects must be kept in view. Girls' Schools must be established and maintained wherever it is practicable; and in th [...]
Full text:[...] branches. 11 I.—BRANCHES. Great activity lias in many instances been displayed by the Committees and other leading members of Branches. In consequence of these demonstrations of energy, increased vita [...]
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