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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:[...] schools in the east. has improved. This fact has conciliated the Rabbis of the Community, who originally were hostile to the beneficial changes introduced in the School. The Council have made a grant [...]
Full text:[...] 40 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. I made known to M. Feraud all that had taken place, and the nature of the instructions I had received from your Lordship. I informed him that M. Scovasso and I proposed to [...]
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:[...] SYNOPTICAL TABLE OF SCHOOLS SUBSIDISED. IX._SYNOPTICAL TABLE OF SCHOOLS SUBSIDISED DURING TEE LAST FIVE YEARS. NO. OF PUPIL8. SUBVENTION. Bagdad Bagdad (Apprenticing) Beyrout Bombay Broussa Bucharest [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 45 and assuring you that, so far as is consistent with the duties of my office, I shall ever be ready and most happy to act in the manner which has deserved your appreciation, I have the hono [...]
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:[...] MOROCCO. 48 ' > have been made by the Sultan of Morocco with the view of endeavouring to secure a better administration of justice to his Jewish subjects. I am, Sir, Your most obedient, humble Servant [...]
Full text:[...] ma MOROCCO. 45 Enclosure in No. 126. Cid Mohameb Ben Moktsar to Sir J. Drtjmmond Hay. [Translation.] 25 Joomacl, 1297 (Jlay 5th, 1880). We have received the memorandum in which it is stated that the r [...]
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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