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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. 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:[...] 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. 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:[...] 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:[...] 32 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. should be deprived of the humane services which have been rendered to them by the representatives and agents of the Foreign Powers, they would be completely at the mercy of uns [...]
Full text:[...] 32 NINENEENTII ANNUAL REPORT. the Tangier Branch stated that after careful consideration they had decided not to take any action, as the Sultan had given evident proofs of his benevolence and sympathy [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 35 giveii for the losses of the British subject from the seizure of his property, and that the Governor of Demnat should be dismissed. This letter was transmitted by Hadj Mohamed Torres to th [...]
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:[...] 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 [...]
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