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Full text:[...] ;r to obtain as successor, Baron Henry De Worms, a gentleman in every way qualified to fill the place of Professor Waley. The Council deems this however a fitting opportunity to record the expression [...]
Full text:[...] Should the Prince grant the petition which you have preferred in our favor it will be to you that we shall owe the amelioration in our position. We beg you to receive the assurance of our profound gr [...]
Full text:[...] 14 The Anglo-Jewish Association recognizing the importance of the work undertaken by the Alliance resolved from the outset to support it, and it may be remembered that it was stated at the close of th [...]
Full text:[...] t Jk 15 examination, and as soon as they have proved their competency to teach, are sent to the existing or to new schools, either as superintendents or as assistant-teachers. The advantage of such a [...]
Full text:[...] 20 The Council feels that it has said enough to induce all who take an interest in the welfare of their brethren in the East, and desire to improve their moral, material and intellectual condition, to [...]
Full text:[...] 25 f 5 th. forbidden, moreover, to testify in favour of a Jew against a Mussulman. j. It is impossible to appeal to a higher tribunal than that in which the sentence has been passed. Wh ich of these [...]
Full text:[...] 26 The Council proceeded to consider how far the suggestions contained in the above letter could best be carried out, and the most effectual mode of relieving the people from the oppression to which t [...]
Full text:[...] 3° In conclusion, aware of the high and well deserved influence possessed by your Excellency with the governing circle in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, the undersigned venture to ask that, when submi [...]
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