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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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 27 following are the particulars :—A poor Israelite at Fez, being very ill, was ordered the use of vapour baths. But as the Israelites of Morocco are not permitted to have such baths in their ghetto [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 41 of the Council of the Association, kinclly "undertook, during a visit he paid to Morocco in the spring and summer of 1881, to collect information on the condition and progress of schools i [...]
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:[...] APPENDIX A.—THE JEWS IN MOROCCO. 67 aI jk. V unanimously withdraw their protection from the Jews throughout the Empire. Those Moors scarcely conceal their impatience,. for during the late outrages in [...]
Full text:[...] 200 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. there were 867, on the 30th of June, 886, on 31st December, 842. At present (in April, 1880) 833 attend. A new set of 100 pupils had just been inscribed when this report was b [...]
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