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Full text:[...] 44 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. is naturally very limited, as they never work under Mussulman employ, and are studiously kept out of trades carried on by the Mussulmans. They are consequently compelled t [...]
Full text:[...] 88 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. special committee, of which he then was the treasurer,, and which had administered a fund for relieving the distress in famine-stricken districts of Asiatic Turkey and Persia. [...]
Full text:[...] PERSIA. 37 r N Mahomedans. As these children were about to be wrested from the care of their mother, the Jewish inhabitants of Ispahan had appealed to the Governor to allow a delay of three months bef [...]
Full text:[...] 28 This application elicited the following reply:—- Foreign Office, August 21th, 1875. Sir, I am directed by the Earl of Derby to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19th inst., respecting [...]
Full text:[...] 24 clothes. At Yezd they are employed in the cultivation and manufacture of silk. The women too are engaged in similar employment. At Chiraz they are the musicians, singers and public dancers. Some of [...]
Full text:[...] i 23 took a very active part. I am persuaded that he would be quite willing to aid the emissary of the Alliance by his advice and experience. At any rate the Alliance would do well to communicate wit [...]
Full text:[...] PC 2, table of contents. Council, Committees, etc., Elected in July, 1880 SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK I- Branches and Agencies II. Home Affairs HI. Joint Committee op the Anglo-Jewish Association and t [...]
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