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THE FIFTH ANNUAL BEPORT,
1875-76.
The Council of the Anglo-Jewish Association, in presenting their Fifth Annual Report, have to refer to a large number of interesting matters which have occupied their attention during the past period of twelve months. Several works of importance have been satisfactorily concluded, other undertakings still in progress will for years to come require the sedulous attention of this Association. In some cases, the Association has acted in conjunction with the Alliance Israelite Universelle, and also with the Alliance in Vienna, with which bodies constant and most cordial relations are maintained.
Following in the path indicated by the parent Institution at Paris, the Council have in their proceedings endeavoured to conform to that spirit of practical philanthropy which has at all times manifested itself in the development and the progress of Judaism. The Anglo-Jewish Association therefore ventures to
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