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irreparable loss sustained by Mm through the lamented demise of his estimable wife, Ladj' Lush, and that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to his Lordship."
Copy of a resolution forwarded by the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association to Mrs. Arthur Q. Henriques and family, of Manchester, on the death of Mr. Arthur Q. Henriques :—•
At the Annual Council Meeting of the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association held on the 18th April, 1881, it was proposed by Mr. Julius Zossenheim, President, seconded by Mr. Abraham Cohen, Vice-President, and resolved unanimously : " That a vote of condolence be forwarded to Mrs. Arthur Q. Henriques and family, on the great loss sustained by them through the death of their deeply lamented husband and father, the late Mr. Arthur Q. Henriques."
Copy of a resolution forwarded by the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association to the Manchester Branch, on the death of Mr. Arthur Q,. Henriques :■—•
At a Council Meeting of the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association, held 18th April, 1881, it was proposed by Mr. Julius Zossenheim, President, seconded by Mr. Abraham Cohen, Vice-President, and resolved unanimously : " That a vote of sympathy be conveyed to the Manchester Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association, on the great loss sustained by them through the lamented demise of their estimable President, the late Mr. Arthur Q. Henriques."
Copy of a letter received from the Right Hon. Lord Justice Lush, addressed to the Hon. Sec., Mr. Henry AVorms :—-
60, Avenue Eoad, Eegent's Pake, N.W.
May 3rd, .1881.
Dead, Sib.,
I have to apologise for the delay in acknowledging your letter conveying the very kind and welcome resolution of the Council of the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association. I had left town for change of air when your letter arrived, and have only recently returned. I beg you to accept and to convey to the Members of the Council my deep sense of their kindness in propo-sing and carrying such a resolution. Words of sympathy are amongst the solaces God provides for seasons of trial, and are always welcome.
Believe me,
Yours faithfully,
Bobekt Lush.
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