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tion, and a Committee lias been appointed to co-operate in the attainment of this object.
The Annual Reports of this Association have hitherto contained statistical details which had been found useful for various functions of this Association. With the view of continuing the statistical inquiries on a systematic principle, the Council have appointed a Special Committee for the collection of the desired information.
The Laws of the Association and the Branches are now under revision. They are, therefore, not incorporated in this Report, but when completed will be published in a separate form and circulated amongst the members of the Anglo-Jewish Association.
III.—JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE ANGLO-JEWISE ASSOCIATION AND THE BOARD OF DEPUTIES.
Eight meetings have been held since last July by the Committee appointed by this Association and the Board of Deputies for joint action in matters involving communications with the Foreign Office. These meetings transacted business connected with the Jews in Roumania and in Morocco. Deputations of the two bodies waited upon the Marquis of Salisbury, on the 25th of July, 1879, and on Earl Granville, on the 18th of May, and presented memorials on the subjects referred to in this Report, pages 16 — 26 and 33—42.
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