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Copy of telegram forwarded by the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association to Lady Jessel on the sad occasion of the death of her husband, the late Right Ron. Sir George Jessel, Master of the Rolls :—■
In this dark hour of dire affliction accept sympathy of Branch. We share your and your family's deep grief.
Copy of reply to above telegram :—
10, Hyde Pake Gardens,
9th April, 1883.
H. Worms, Esq.,
Hon. Sec. Anglo-Jewish Association,
Leeds Branch.
I am directed by Lady Jessel to acknowledge the receipt of your telegram of the 23rd ultimo, and to request that you will be good enough to convey to the Council of the above Institution her Ladyship and family's sincere thanks for their kind expressions of sympathy and condolence with them in their very great bereavement.
I am, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
Arthur Vm. Painton.
Copy of letter received from the Hon. Mr. Justice Chitty, on the occasion of his Lordship becoming an annual subscriber to the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association, addressed to the Honorary Secretary:—
33, Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W.,
1th April, 1883.
On my return to town I found your letter and the Report of the Angle-Jewish Association you kindly sent me. I send you a subscription which can be considered, in the form you desire, as an annual one, and as a small mark of my approval of the objects of your Association, and I accede to your suggestion that it should be entered for the first year as in memory of my good friend, the late Master of the Rolls.
I am, yours faithfully,
Joseph W. Ciiitty.
Hy. "Worms, Esq.,
Honorary Secretary.
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