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LIVERPOOL BRANCH OF THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION, 1881.
HONORARY OFFICERS. B. L. Benas, Esq., President. E. M. Davis, Esq., Treasurer.
A. L. Benas, Esq. S. T. Hess, Esq. A. M. Jackson, Esq. Louis Jackson, Esq. P. S. Levy, Esq.
A. Liebschutz, Esq.
B. Newgass, Esq. S. Stern, Esq.
A. Stern, Esq. H. A. Tobias, Esq.
H. M. Silver, Esq., Hon. Secretary.
HONORARY MEMBERS. Rev. Prof. Prag. Rev. Morris Joseph. Rev. Dr. Stern.
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The Liverpool Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association continues to maintain its numbers and income. There are at present enrolled 121 Members, with subscriptions amounting to £53.
It is thought that the Annual Meeting of the Association should not be held permanently in London as hitherto, but, similar to the British Association, might be transferred from year to year to different cities in England. By this means the general interest would be stimulated, and the reports of the local press, which would devote more of its space to the recounting of the proceedings, would give far more importance to the gathering than the mere formal meeting which now takes place annually in London, and is dismissed with a few lines in the daily press. It is most necessary that the Association should not assume an Anglo-Metropolitan position, but rather retain an Anglo-Jewish representative character.
We have to record our grateful thanks to the Editors of the Liverpool Mercury, Daily Post, Daily Courier, and Albion, who very kindly inserted spirited articles on the anti-Semitic movement in Germany. These journals, representing all shades of political opinions, were unanimous in their condemnation of an
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