Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/1 Annual report 1872-3
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Full text:[...] 20 The Council feels that it has said enough to induce all who take an interest in the welfare of their brethren in the East, and desire to improve their moral, material and intellectual condition, to [...]
Full text:[...] 56 REPLY TO THE PETITION PRESENTED TO THE SHAH. Buckingham Palace, July, 5 th 1873. I am commanded by the Shah to acknowledge the receipt of your Address, congratulating his Majesty on his arrival in [...]
Full text:[...] i 23 took a very active part. I am persuaded that he would be quite willing to aid the emissary of the Alliance by his advice and experience. At any rate the Alliance would do well to communicate wit [...]
Full text:[...] 52 APPENDIX D. PETITION TO THE SHAH OF PERSIA. " To the High and Mighty Sovereign, the Shah of Persia, unto whom may God grant a long, peaceful, and prosperous reign, and establish his throne in the h [...]
Full text:[...] 22 greater part of his time should be devoted to the improvement of the moral and social condition of his brethren, and the school should only serve as one of the instruments for the accomplishment of [...]
Full text:[...] 2i " Is it possible to ameliorate their condition in the country itselj or to promote emigration ?" The meeting- was unanimously of opinion that this last measure is impracticable, and that as a gener [...]
Full text:[...] 24 clothes. At Yezd they are employed in the cultivation and manufacture of silk. The women too are engaged in similar employment. At Chiraz they are the musicians, singers and public dancers. Some of [...]
Full text:[...] t 55 assessment were to be collected by the community itself from among its members, and remitted, by a special receiver, direct to the Imperial treasury, without the intervention of any local authori [...]
Full text:[...] IO Having thus briefly reviewed the general position and prospects of the Institution, it remains to detail the special works upon which it has been engaged during the past year; and these may for con [...]
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 [...]
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