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TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT.
and kind consideration that meets me from every quarter. I pray you to accept for yourself and to convey to your colleagues of the Anglo-Jewish Association my very high appreciation of the kindly and sympathetic sentiments of which you are the bearer, and of which I shall always retain a grateful remembrance.
I am, yours faithfully,
D. W. Marks.
H. Worms, Esq.
Copy of letter received from Montague Lush, Esq., Bar-rister-at-Law, on the occasion of his forwarding a donation to the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association, in memo-riam of his revered father, the late Lord Justice Lush, addressed to the Honorary Secretary : —
6, Nottingham Place,
Regent's Park, W.,
November Ath, 1882.
Dear Mb. Worms,
I have great pleasure in sending you a small contribution, in memoriam of my dear father, to your Anglo-Jewish Association, for which I know he had a high opinion, and in which he took great interest, I shall be pleased to subscribe annually in future.
Believe me, yours very truly,
Montague Lush.
Copy of letter received from H. Lush Wilson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, on the occasion of his forwarding a donation to the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association, in memoriam of his revered father, the late Lord Justice Lush, addressed to the Honorary Secretary, Mr. H. Worms
2, Paper Buildings, Temple,
January 22nd, 1833.
Dear Sir,
I wish every success to your valuable Association and efforts. I may add that I believe it is peculiarly the duty of those professing and believing in the Christian faith to wish well to and assist the Jewish Community.
Yours truly,
H. Lush Wilson.
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