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Full text:[...] WITH THE ANGrLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. 1st, 1886, to May 31st, 1887. By Expenses (Petty Cash, Postages, Rent, and Stationery) „ Commission on Collections . ... ,, Printing...... ,, Advertisements ...... [...]
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:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 31 Letter-writing, miscellaneous Readings, and Grammar. In the Spanish language the teaching comprises Grammar, Exercises, Literature, Translation, and Composition. In the Hebrew [...]
Full text:[...] ELLIS A. FRANKLIN, Esq., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT Dk. Statement of Accounts from June To Balance of Current Account at London and "Westminster Bank and in hands of Secretary, May 31st, 1888 ,, Subscripti [...]
Full text:[...] \ 01.. X\ II.—No. 1)1 (i. f'ni VI'V PAPER - ESTABLISHED 1860. ,\KMisri:\. sriiniOAL \xn I 1 • ■ ■■ \\ ill, ,. niU.u>l on (lie U(r ' ■ ■; i -m fir5"**1 Southampton redding, bedstead w,iat sualld i ^ t [...]
Full text:[...] 38 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. The Jews would be the constant objects of attack. It is so now in the interior. Something has given rise to the impression that the Congress now sitting is about to withdraw pr [...]
Full text:[...] 64 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. very little the second. These boys are required to attend a class at the School one hour every evening. I examined the boys in both the first classes, French and English, an [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX D.—REPORT ON JEWISH SCHOOLS IN MOROCCO. 67 The income is barely sufficient for payment of salary to Master and rental of school rooms. About 15 of the most advanced of the boys came to my ten [...]
Full text:[...] 48 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. lie would undoubtedly have pressed upon the Sultan the necessity of relieving the Jews from some of their grievances, and of affording to them additional protection for their l [...]
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 [...]
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