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Full text:[...] 40 nineteenth annual report. tion in Bible and Religion should be given through the medium of the Roumanian language, although this course entailed an additional charge on the School funds. The instit [...]
Full text:[...] 38 nineteenth annual report. a workroom in which 32 girls of female apparel. The work undertaken by the Munca Society is the more necessary, since Jewish children are excluded from the Government Scho [...]
Full text:[...] a SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 37 making good progress. Unhappily, the School continues to be wholly dependent on foreign subventions. Crajova. — (85 pupils; subvention, £20.) — The Jewish population of Crajo [...]
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:[...] 34 twelfth annual report. confirm the conviction that such a School would prove of the utmost advantage to the Jewish population of Damascus. An interesting 11 Sketch of Life in Damascus," has been su [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. Constantinople.—(512 pupils: subvention by the Anglo-Jewish Association, £200.)—The Association has been favoured by M. F. Bloch, Inspector of the Alliance Schools in the Levant, [...]
Full text:[...] 30 eighteenth annual report. £13.)—Special attention is given in the Talmud Torah School to the study of Arabic, and the pupils have made good progress in that language. The Director takes care to pre [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 29 study of German. The half-yearly examinations took place at the end of January, and gave great satisfaction to all who are interested in the furtherance of Jewish education. Co [...]
Full text:[...] PERSIA. 2.; bassador. The Council have had the satisfaction of learning that the action taken in the matter has had the desired effect, The Blood Accusation at Damascus. At the time of the recent East [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 25 and of France, up to the time of the Crusades. No elementary books are employed in this instruction; the children learn the facts as related by the teachers. Geography is well [...]
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