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Full text:[...] 46 APPENDIX C. ' REPORT ON THE JAFFA AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, Dear Sir, Mr. Netter, by his last letter, requests me to give you some account of what I saw at Mikveh Israel, and of what I think of its pros [...]
Full text:[...] 48 Since last year we have had only one inter-marriage between ua and the Jews. 16. Are the Beni Israel treated in a friendly manner by the Jews in India, or is there a distance between the two classe [...]
Full text:[...] PALESTINE. 51 SI.—PALESTINE. x. » Since August 1878, when the International Jewish Conference was held in Paris, and the various Educational and Communal Jewish questions were discussed,* the Anglo-Je [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 49 I I , liave, as heretofore, granted a subvention of £30 to this institution through the Berlin Society for the Education of Jewish Orphans in Palestine. An anonymous donor, at [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX C.—A SKETCH OF LIFE IN DAMASCUS. 51 quarters, and they would ask you whether Paris be larger than France. They read little, and know hooks and journals merely by names. Marrying very early, t [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] 47 no Jewish school at Bagdad, for the contrary is the case. An establishment exists, which has been munificently patronised by the princely house of Bassoon, and is attended by pupils who, as is test [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 27 same kind-of speeches over and over again, with very little variation. The favourite toast at repasts which have been gratuitous, has of course been the giver of [...]
Full text:[...] LOCAL TOKENS. 39 Miss E. Stevens. 191 " The Civil Wars of Southampton." A Book dealing with Local Conflicts, 1794. 192 193 194 195 X.—Local Tokens. Tokens of Hampshire and Southampton. The issue of t [...]
Full text:[...] strengthened the walls of the town. There appears, however, to have been but one gate on the landward side, the Bar Q ate ; and that on the water side the defences partly depended on a series of stro [...]
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