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Full text:[...] morocco. 2; - l having murdered a Moor, and that he was about to be removed to Fez, the residence of the Sultan. The letter which followed this message described the imminent peril of tlie prisoner, i [...]
Full text:[...] 26 sixteenth annual report. Master of the Boys' School, the Council, after consulting their colleague, Dr. M. Davis, forwarded a quantity of drugs, in-cluding quinine, for the benefit of the school ch [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 25 let or hindrance. Eighty heads of families were at the present time deprived of the means of gaining a livelihood. Mahomedans, encouraged by the enmity borne towards the Jews by the govern [...]
Full text:[...] 24 eighteenth annual report. of the Association placed himself in communication with correspondents in different parts of the East, with the object of obtaining statistics of Jewish populations within [...]
Full text:[...] 16 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. VI.—MOROCCO. By the desire of the Council the Secretary waited, in September, upon Mr. W. Kirby Green, who had been appointed Minister to Morocco in succession to Sir John [...]
Full text:[...] SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. it was generally apprehended that other Foreign Powers would be induced to follow this example. Although the advantages of protection had only been â– enjoyed by a small nu [...]
Full text:[...] fc x TABLE OF CONTENTS Council, Committees, etc., Elected in July, SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. I. Address to Sir Moses Montefiore II. Alliance Israelite Universelle III. Branches IV. Russia . V. Rouma [...]
Full text:[...] fc 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Council and Committees Elected in July, 1886 THE YEAR'S WORK I. Branches II. Roumania III. Russia . IV. Palestine V. Persia . VI. Morocco :— Disturbances at Fez . The Jews of [...]
Full text:[...] fc % TABLE OF CONTENTS, Council and Committees Elected in June, 1888 RETROSPECT ..... I. Resignation op the Secretary . II. Future Arrangements III. The Education Fund . IV. Branches V. Roumania VI. R [...]
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