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tenth annual report.
of subjecting the Falashas to baptism. The King, in fact, views with displeasure any endeavour to make proselytes amongst the Falashas. In a village near Gondar, where the inhabitants are exclusively Jews, they enjoy perfect religious liberty, and share with the Christians an absolute equality of rights.
XII.—MOROCCO.
Thanks Voted to Me. Serjeant Simon, M.P.—In July, 1880, the Council resolved that a cordial vote of thanks be offered to Mr. Serjeant Simon, M.P., for the attention which he, in the House of Commons, had devoted with beneficial effect to the condition of the Jews in Morocco.
Protection of the Jews in the Moorish Dominions. After the completion of the last Annual Report, and in response to applications which the Council had addressed to Her Majesty's Government, the following letter was received :—■
Sir,
Foreign Office,
12th June, 1880.
I am directed by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to transmit to you for the information of the President and Council of the Anglo-Jewish Association the accompanying-copy of a despatch, which has been received from Her Majesty's Minister at Tangier on the subject of the arrangements which
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