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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:[...] •36 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL KEPORT. XI.—SYNOPTICAL TABLE OF SCHOOLS SUBSIDISED DURING THE LAST FIVE YEARS. No. of Pupils. Subvention. 1885. 1880. 1887. 1888. 1889. 1886. 1886. 1887. 1888. 1889 £ £ £ [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 37 support which the institution has hitherto received from the Anglo-Jewish Association of London, the Government of Bombay, and the Bassoon family. The Council are in communicat [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX A.- -PEOCEEDINGS AT ANNUAL MEETING. 39 enforced. During the last year, however, the number of foreign. Jews increased so rapidly all over South Russia that the Government felt itself compelle [...]
Full text:[...] SYNOPTICAL TABLE OF SCHOOLS SUBSIDISED. IX._SYNOPTICAL TABLE OF SCHOOLS SUBSIDISED DURING TEE LAST FIVE YEARS. NO. OF PUPIL8. SUBVENTION. Bagdad Bagdad (Apprenticing) Beyrout Bombay Broussa Bucharest [...]
Full text:[...] WITH THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. 1st, 1888, to May 31st, 1889. Cr. By Expenses (Petty Cash, Telegrams, Postages, Expenses, and Stationery) Commission and Gratuity to Colleetor Printing .... Advertis [...]
Full text:[...] WITH THE ANGrLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. 1st, 1886, to May 31st, 1887. By Expenses (Petty Cash, Postages, Rent, and Stationery) „ Commission on Collections . ... ,, Printing...... ,, Advertisements ...... [...]
Full text:[...] 56 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. no arrangements for decency. Flogging is frequently resorted to, even the women being subjected to it, whilst the soldiers are allowed to practise the greatest cruelties o [...]
Full text:[...] 58 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. greatest and absolute necessity, and to be avoided whenever possible. The greatest sufferers up to now are the wort-producing part of the population, and there is no good [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B. — MR. S. ASH'S PROPOSALS, ETC. 59 that legislation of most relentless character will follow, unless the new Treaty is favourable to foreign and to the Roumanian Jews. It will be known t [...]
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