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Full text:[...]  ^<5T7vr— EPITOME OF NEWS- Tra Bbioiitox Railwat Coxpaxt.—Thii Company I* reported to be about to nin fresh capital. The StAtut unJii-star.il* that tho outlay will not roach two millions, mod will bo [...]
Full text:[...] .8VM .0 yjin YAflflBTAB—EWSH HSTfeaBOMIW _- yUMKAHTUQK BUT "lMPCTIAX ^ABljAHskl." - ; .; ,-.fS^^8QOtHAi\UTON OBSERVER AKD -WlfrOHESTER NKWS-SATUBUAiy WLY G; 1878; one of a bn« reply, cpn [...]
Full text:[...] 124 LITERATURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. Southampton took its part in many stirring events in our island's history. To say nothing of earlier times, Roman or Saxon, it was one of the most frequented and noted [...]
Full text:[...] 73 REPORT OF THE MANCHESTER BRANCH OF THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. Offices : Cumberland Street, Deansgate. honorary officers. Arthur Q. Henriques, Esq., Chairman. J. F. Sallon, Esq., Treasurer. ' Pau [...]
Full text:[...] 51 books, it may be added, has been entrusted to the Education Committee. Comment is unnecessary on the above correspondence. It may be permitted us, however, to re-. mark here, that it would be well [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.— JEWS IN THEIR VARIOUS HABITATIONS. 51 protection of the various foreign consuls, and thus more or less partake of the freedom enjoyed by the European inhabitants of the country. This prot [...]
Full text:[...] deeply indebted, and, if tliey do not here specify individuals, it is because where all have done so much this would be invidious ; and if any one has rendered himself especially conspicuous, the Coun [...]
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