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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:[...] 57 advantages of the projected pate at a future period in tlie institution...... " It would be advisable to extend a useful supervision to the schools in smaller towns in Turkey, which, being less enc [...]
Full text:[...] 56 ninth annual report. the managers of the Alliance Schools. By this wise step the assistance rendered by the Anglo-Jewish Association to the Smyrna Schools will prove far more efficient than hithert [...]
Full text:[...] 19 In answer to this Memorial a communication was received from tlie Foreign Office, on the 27th of January, stating that the desired instructions would be sent to Her Majesty's Ambassador at Constant [...]
Full text:[...] CONTENTS. List of Honorary Officers, Officers Fifth Annual Report . I. Home Affairs II. Branches III. India IV. Aden and Yemen V. Spain VI. Turkey . VII. Salonica VIII. Smyrna IX. Bagdad X. Jaffa XI) [...]
Full text:[...] SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. lost the President of the Local Committee of Members, Baron Jacob L. de Menasce, who enjoyed a high reputation for the benevolent use he made of his position and social inf [...]
Full text:[...] 36 twelfth annual report. a special meed of praise for his energy in promoting the objects of the School. Salonic4.—(Boys'School, 356 pupils; Girls'School, 200; Infant School, 139; subvention by the A [...]
Full text:[...] 38 twelfth annual report. general report on the School by Mdlle. Epstein, the head-mistress. Tunis.—(Boys' School 917 pupils: subvention by the Anglo-Jewish Association £120. Girls' School 122 pupils: [...]
Full text:[...] SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. 9 Empire—the outrages upon the Jews are gradually diminishing. Also in other countries where the Jewish population is numerous, the Council have been able to exercise a b [...]
Full text:[...] grants to jewish journals.—schools in the east. 63 XV.—GRANTS TO JEWISH JOURNALS. The Council, in making the usual Grants to Jewish Journals, have been guided by the conviction that the encouragement [...]
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