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Full text:[...] 60 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. To cover Roumania with a network of schools would demand a yearly subvention of £600; but no such outlay is wanted at once, as. by judicious help to the weak institutions [...]
Full text:[...] 74 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. very indifferent circumstances. In the army, where service is compulsory, there are already some Jewish subordinate officers, but though they serve willingly, and are proud eno [...]
Full text:[...] 84 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. prohibited, but such obstacles have bow disappeared, and although their relations can scarcely be described as cordial, they are friendly. I shall say no more of the Jews of Wa [...]
Full text:[...] 86 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. Jassy is practically a Jewish town. It speaks well for the Jews that it has the appearance of a cleaner and busier place than Bucharest. Although there are many wealthy familie [...]
Full text:[...] 88 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. geography, arithmetic, and book-keeping, religious instruction and literature. The pupils are divided into five classes; only those in the highest division are admitted to the [...]
Full text:[...] schools ik the east. 35 Committee, and on the Beni Israel Community, who had always proved themselves loyal and law-abiding, he hoped that at no distant time the Institution might be placed under the [...]
Full text:[...] WITH THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. 1st, 1887, to May 31st, 1888. Ditto, for Apprenticing. Bombay Bucharest Constantinople Corfu .... Crajova Damascus Fez .... Jassy .... J erusalem Mogador Philippopol [...]
Full text:[...] ROUMANIA. 17 crowded by poor Jews, and the poverty of the inhabitants increased from day to day. To make matters worse, such Jews were sent, as in Russia, by simple administrative order of the police [...]
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