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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/12 Annual report 1889-90
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Full text:[...] 10 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. I.—BRANCHES. Great activity has been displayed by several of the Branches. Through the energy of Mr. A. Lyons, of Swansea, and of the Rev. A. T. Boas, of Adelaide, the Bra [...]
Full text:[...] 18 nineteenth annual report. the aid of documentary evidence will the absurd statements circulated about the Jews be corrected, such as that the Jews are all modern immigrants, that their number is ex [...]
Full text:[...] turkey. 19 the following day, when it was resolved to address the following memorial to the Marquis of Salisbury:—■ The Eight Honourable The Marquis of Salisbury, KG., Secretary of State for Forei [...]
Full text:[...] nineteenth annual report. veyed it. He promised to cause a strict inquiry to be instituted, and to see that justice is administered in such a manner as to preclude all cause of anxiety and complaint o [...]
Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 115 MANCHESTER BRANCH. HONORARY OFFICERS. E. M. Henkiqites, Esq., J.P., President, Tower Grange, Broughton Park. m. schlesing-eb, Esq., Treasurer, Grove House, Plymouth Grove. Rev. L. M. sim [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—SPEECHES DELIVERED AT THE DINNER. 55 condemned to lifteen years' hard labour ! They .were, I believe, Jews. A Jewish journalist, editor of the Odessa Leaflet, was accused of having purch [...]
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