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MS137/AJ95/ADD2 Council minute book for the Anglo-Jewish Association
Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 93 LEEDS BRANCH. HONORARY OFFICERS. JULITIS ZOSSENHEIM, Esq., President. PAUL HlRSCH, Esq., Vice-President. L. MARCAN, Esq., Treasurer. S. Ash, Esq., [fun. Secretary. COMMITTEE. Rev. M. Abra [...]
Full text:[...] 94 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Leeds—cont. Krakauer, S., Esq. Lazarus, H., Esq. . Lees, Dr. . Levenstein, J., Esq. Lea, Alfred, Esq. . Liepman, M., Esq. . Lowrey, C., Esq. Marcan, Lucien, Esq. Maud, E. P [...]
Full text:[...] leeds—ccmt. Bruce, \V., Esq. Cadman, J. Heaton, Esq., Pontefract .... Cantherley, Ch., Esq. Cohen, Maurice, Esq. Cohen, M., Esq., Darlington . Cohen, Julius, Esq. Gross, Leon, Esq. . Crossland, B. & S [...]
Full text:[...] ELLIS A. FRANKLIN, Esq., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT •^R- Statement of Accounts from June To i. d. funis 18 0 0 70 0 0 24 16 10 23 5 0 0 0 0 1 16 20 15 21 11 6 14 15 32 0 Balance of Current Account at Londo [...]
Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 159 The expenditure of our Branch, of the Association has been this year much greater than in ordinary years, but the money has been well spent. First, the Committee assisted to return to th [...]
Full text:[...] ELLIS A. FRANKLIN, Esq., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT Dr. Statement of Accounts feom June To Balance of Current Account at London and "Westminster Bank, May 31st, 1882 ,, Subscriptions . . „ Donations for Ge [...]
Full text:[...] 102 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. past year by subscribing may be mentioned The Hon. Mr. Justice Chitty ;* Sir Farrer Herschell, Q.O., M.P., Solicitor-Oreneral; The Right Hon. The Lord Mayor of York (Mr. Ald [...]
Full text:[...] ELLIS A. FRANKLIN, Esq., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT Dr. Statement of Accounts from June To Balance of Current Account at London and Westminster Bank, May 31st, 1880 .... ,, Subscriptions from June 1st, 188 [...]
Full text:[...] appendix b.—jews in their various habitations. 61 ledgecl by law, their number was, except in the provinces above-named and in the south, quite insignificant. Then-position is naturally one of perfect [...]
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