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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/1 Annual report 1872-3
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Full text:[...] 54 Your Majesty, in passing through the leading States of Europe, will not have failed to discover that the Jews, who formerly were subjected to exceptional laws, similar to those under which their Pe [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 33 The indefatigable chairman of the Roumanian Committee, Sir Francis H. Goldsmid, has likewise been in communication on the subject with Earl Granville, who has addressed a despatch to the represent [...]
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:[...] 53 not of our Jewish brethren alone, but also of those not belonging to our faith, on whom the common calamity had fallen. When we consider the benevolent orders issued at various times by your Majest [...]
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 [...]
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