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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/1 Annual report 1872-3
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Full text:[...] 19 ness and inactivity. When I see the green fields, the budding trees in the "Mikveh Israel," as I saw them in February; when I see the pleasure the young people take in their work, and the desire wh [...]
Full text:[...] have contended that the existence of such an institution is unnecessary, because in the hour of distress men of position and influence have always been found who were willing to come forward as champi [...]
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:[...] 4* 1 27 over their interests, it would be desirable to appoint a supervisor of Jewish affairs at the Court of Persia. A copy of the petition presented by the Association, and of the answer forwarded b [...]
Full text:[...] barons tormentors. The following Addresses on the subject have been presented jointly by the Anglo-Jewish Association and the Roumanian Committee to the Governments of Austria and Turkey through their [...]
Full text:[...] 38 country whose government has ever been in the van in redressing the wrongs of others, including the Jews, so as in the holy cause of hu-manity and justice, to bring this act of revolting barbarity [...]
Full text:[...] 39 ' L VII. The Jews of Damascus. Some time ago, the attention of the Council was drawn to a conflict between the missionaries and the Jews of Damascus. It appeared that one of the former, an apostate [...]
Full text:[...] 37 merit it extended, to the venerable philanthropist on that memorable occasion. The influence of that support brought about the speedy issue of the imperial decree of the 5th February, 1864, which e [...]
Full text:[...] n i ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION, in connection with the ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE. I MS I I (Council. PRESIDENT. Baron Henry de Worms. VICE-PRESIDENTS. Dr. A. Benisch. Sir F. II. Goldsmid, Bart. [...]
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