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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/2 Annual report 1873-4
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Full text:[...] 53 10. Half of the members of the Council shall retire annually in rotation, but shall be eligible for re-election. The portion of the Council to retire at the end of the first year shall be determine [...]
Full text:[...] REPORT, Three years have now gone by since the Anglo-Jewish Association was formed, and for the third time the Council appear before the public to give an account of the manner in which they have disc [...]
Full text:[...] deeply indebted, and, if tliey do not here specify individuals, it is because where all have done so much this would be invidious ; and if any one has rendered himself especially conspicuous, the Coun [...]
Full text:[...] 14 To His Serene Highness, The Prince Milan of Servia. Highness,— On the occasion of your stay in Vienna you granted to a deputation of the Committee of our Alliance Israelite the honour of a private [...]
Full text:[...] a large increase in the. expenditure; first, for the purchase of books and materials; and, secondly, for the dress of the children, who cannot be received in rags. Now this is what the local [...]
Full text:[...] 51 books, it may be added, has been entrusted to the Education Committee. Comment is unnecessary on the above correspondence. It may be permitted us, however, to re-. mark here, that it would be well [...]
Full text:[...] 58 (b) Good moral and religious character; and, in the case of male teachers, a fair amount of Hebrew scholarship. These qualifications to be testified by a competent Jewish authority. (c) Thorough ac [...]
Full text:[...] In the first year we had but three, viz., Manchester, Birmingham, and Liverpool; in the second year to these were added New South Wales and Ballarat; while during the last twelve months [...]
Full text:[...] in the East, is attributable in a certain measure to their own ignorance and want of culture; and secondly, that in order that the burden may be effectually removed from their shoulders, our brethren [...]
Full text:[...] they are as good citizens and patriots as other men, and that they can contribute in an equal degree with other men to the improvement and good of the country in which it is their lot to dwell. For t [...]
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