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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/2 Annual report 1873-4
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Full text:[...] 19 I relieve our brethren in his dominions. And not only was this done in Europe, but even our Australian brethren followed suit; for from Melbourne—the seat of our Victorian Branch—came a petitio [...]
Full text:[...] 20 the formation of schools, and of furthering the educational plans of the Alliance ; and that body has taken advantage of an opportunity which has recently presented itself, and is about to have sen [...]
Full text:[...] 23 appeared to the Council that the desired purpose would not be served by the mere transmission of the document, and it was resolved not to take any further action for the moment, especially as infor [...]
Full text:[...] 25 In order not to interrupt the action of the principal Committee of Konigsberg, we have been compelled to resort to the expedient of borrowing 10,000 francs from our Reserve Fund. Although that port [...]
Full text:[...] 26 We would ask you to be good enough to study the question, and to see whether the Anglo-Jewish Association would not contribute to this great undertaking in such manner as it may deem most advisable [...]
Full text:[...] 27 following are the particulars :—A poor Israelite at Fez, being very ill, was ordered the use of vapour baths. But as the Israelites of Morocco are not permitted to have such baths in their ghetto [...]
Full text:[...] 28 should the case be urgent, to interfere at once on behalf of the victims as far as he could properly do so. And shortly after this, the welcome intelligence was received that the unfortunate Jews h [...]
Full text:[...] 29 happy, peaceful, and prosperous reign, that He may shower every blessing upon you, and cause your Sheriffian Majesty to live in the hearts of your Majesty's loyal and devoted subjects. We further h [...]
Full text:[...] 80 Translation of a letter addressed by the Moorish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Cid Mahommed Bargash, to the President of the Anglo-Jewish Association, dated 13f/i May, 1874. Praise to the One God! [...]
Full text:[...] 32 not able to bring their grievances under the notice of the Turkish general, as the native interpreters, to whom alone they could entrust the matter, were animated by violent hatred and fanaticism t [...]
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