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Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 27 that Sir J. D. Hay reports that Mr. White, who during his absence on leave was in charge of Her Majesty's Legation, lost no time as soon as he heard of the outrage, in using his good offic [...]
Full text:[...] u TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Majesty all cases where the Governors had refused or failed to do justice ; but as one of the Chief Secretaries at the Court told me confidentially that he feared such an arrang [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 49 walk barefoot through certain thoroughfares, but that with the abandonment of that usage the compact of granting them the right of settlement would be annulled. It would seem to us that t [...]
Full text:[...] 58 tenth annual report. to the evidence obtained in Morocco, M. Hecquard, First Dragoman of the French Legation in Tangier, had sent a messenger to the local Governor, in this instance represented by [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 31 The Sultan, lie observes, is more ready to listen to diplomatic representations, made to him 011 behalf of oppressed Jews, than to demands based on strained interpretations of the Madrid C [...]
Full text:[...] 32 seventeen!1!-! annual report. subject has been received from Her Majesty's Minister at Tangier Sfr W. Kirby Green reports that Mr. White, Her Majesty's Consul, within whose sphere of duty the case [...]
Full text:[...] 32 NINENEENTII ANNUAL REPORT. the Tangier Branch stated that after careful consideration they had decided not to take any action, as the Sultan had given evident proofs of his benevolence and sympathy [...]
Full text:[...] 86 fourteenth annual report. and is held in high esteem by the Sultan and his Ministers. I expect that he will be enabled to give an unbiassed account of what has occurred, as he has no cause to appre [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 39 The Governor, on discovering that they had not foreign protection, indulged in acts of violence, imprisoning and ill-treating them. The Moors in Demnat and neighbouring country, learning t [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 43 nat to Tangier. The Secretary of the Association therefore, by the direction of the Council sent a letter to Colonel Mathews, expressive of the appreciation with which his benevolent actio [...]
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