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MS137/AJ37/4/6 Minutes of the general purposes and foreign committee of the Anglo-Jewish Association
Full text:[...] 16 seventeenth annual report. ing different localities in Transcaucasia, and settled there before the annexation of the Caucas' and others again before 1837, who are legally same rights as the native [...]
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:[...] TUNIS.-PALESTINE. 61 Nab el to dispose of his merchandise, and calling at the house of an Arab he left his friend waiting outside. Soon afterwards a rumour was spread that the Jew had been murdered. T [...]
Full text:[...] 22 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. to gain a livelihood by the labour of his hands, that is to say, to become a tiller of the ground, the emigration of Russian Jews cannot be of sufficient advantage to the [...]
Full text:[...] PALESTINE—PERSIA. 15 IV.—PALESTINE. The Council have been in communication with representative members of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, in order to obtain grants in aid of the educat [...]
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MS137/AJ37/1/4 Council minute book for the Anglo-Jewish Association
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MS137/AJ37/4/6 Minutes of the general purposes and foreign committee of the Anglo-Jewish Association
Full text:[...] PALESTINE. 53 4 X An estimate for a School for 200 boys, and a similar number of girls, was appended to this circular, showing that the annual expenditure would be about 36,000 francs, of which 20,50 [...]
Full text:[...] BOUMAMA. 17 IV.—ROUMANIA. Since tlie conclusion of the Berlin Treaty, the Roumanian Legislature has deprived the Jews ot many means of gaining an honest livelihood. Frequent communications were receiv [...]
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