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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/2 Annual report 1873-4
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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:[...] 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:[...] 31 had delayed to communicate until we returned to Tangier, in order that we might forward it to you through the friend of all, the above mentioned minister. Wishing you well. Friendship. 26, Rabea, t [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] 33 14 'L influence at Sanaa on behalf of the oppressed Jews. The request preferred by the Jews of this country was granted, and Her Majesty's Government addressed a despatch on the subject to the Res [...]
Full text:[...] 34 that the Government of Turkey has been distinguished no less by its sentiments of humanity than by the largeness of its religious views, and has been, moreover, especially remarkable for the protec [...]
Full text:[...] 35 secure an equal protection to all its subjects without distinction of religion or nationality, you may rest assured that your coreligionists in Arabia will find themselves treated in the same manne [...]
Full text:[...] 36 Jews of that province on the same footing as the other Ottoman subjects. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, (Signed) MUSURTTS. Baron Henry de Worms, President, Anglo-Jewish Associ [...]
Full text:[...] 37 present 29 pupils, whose ages vary from 13 to 16 years. Four are employed as carpenters; the same number serve with shoemakers in Jaffa; two are smiths; the remainder are kept at work in the fields [...]
Full text:[...] 39 The Council may state, in conclusion, that the considerable sums from time to time advanced by M. Goldschmidt, of Paris, to the Alliance, for the purpose of the Jaffa School, have been recently mad [...]
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