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Full text:[...] March 20th; Summer longest day), June 21st; Autumn, September 23rd : Winter (shortest day), December 21st. The Quarter Days. In England.—Lady-day, 25th March ; Midsummer 24th June; Michaelmas, 29th [...]
Full text:[...] 12 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. first anniversary meeting, which was to be held on the 10th of September, the Committee of the Edinburgh Branch arranged with him that he should previously address a meeting of [...]
Full text:[...] 28 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. the help of Mr. Benzecry, Mr. Cohen kept up during many months a constant correspondence with this Association. During the whole of this time the kinsmen of the deceased Moor, [...]
Full text:[...] PALESTINE. 53 4 X An estimate for a School for 200 boys, and a similar number of girls, was appended to this circular, showing that the annual expenditure would be about 36,000 francs, of which 20,50 [...]
Full text:[...] 60 ninth annual eeport. This new Fund, though started only a short time before the present Report was issued, already amounts to £595,* and there is every prospect that this sum will be liberally incr [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 19 creased both in number and in violence. No cessation of the persecution appearing probable, public bodies in foreign countries appealed to the Council of the Anglo-Jewish Association to per [...]
Full text:[...] 10 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. I.—BRANCHES. The Provincial and Colonial Branches have, with unabated zeal, aided the Association in the fulfilment of its work, a fact which is amply proved in the several [...]
Full text:[...] 28 twelfth annual report. ing grounds. The majority of Mogador merchants, whose commercial transactions were affected by the special tax levied on imports were Jews; and the burden of relieving their [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. M Rabat to Alcazar were killed for similar purposes of plunder. The authorities, as usual, were not ready to punish the criminals. The foregoing facts were submitted to a meeting of the Joint [...]
Full text:[...] 56 tenth annual report. which had belonged to the murdered man. As is usual in such instances, he coerced some of the Jewish residents to declare that his proceedings had been free from cruelty, and t [...]
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