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APPENDIX I.
THE JEWISH SCHOOL AT SMYRNA.
Extracts prom the Report of the Smyrna Committee of the Alliance Israelite Universelle.
The Annual Returns supplied by tlie Smyrna Committee of the Alliance Israelite, show that the expenditure of the Smyrna Boys' School for the year amounted to 11,100 francs, towards which the Anglo-Jewish Association contributed 1,750 francs (£70). The Boys' School is placed under the superintendence of M. D. Gazes, assisted by five principal teachers and one pupil teacher. The salaries amounted to 9,150 francs, rent 1,000 francs, and sundry expenses 950 francs.
The examination of the pupils was held on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of October, when the pupils were examined in the Hebrew and the Turkish languages, in Biblical History, Geography, Book-keeping, &c. The distribution of prizes took place on the 24th of November, and was calculated to impress the pupils with the importance of the occasion. The pupils were addressed by Essad Pasha, Governor of the Province, who was accompanied by the Consuls of several European Countries, and by the Consuls of the United States and of Persia, by the civil and military dignitaries of Smyrna, as also by the local ecclesiastical and lay representatives of the Jewish congregations. The late Mr. Cumberbatch, then British Consul at Smyrna, who, as shown by former Reports of this Association, took a great interest in education, stated that he intended to send to Her Majesty's Government a report of the proceedings,
APPENDIX J.
THE MELLAHS (JEWISH QUARTERS) IN MOGADOR.
Abstracts from Reports furnished by H.M. Consul at Mogador, by Mr. L. A. Cohen, of Manchester, and by Mr. J. L. Yuly, of Mogador.
The Jews reside in the Old Mellah, the New Mellah, and the Casta (citadel). The last-named portion of Mogador does not
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