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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/2 Annual report 1873-4
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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:[...] removed. And some will say, "Of what good are your protests? what have they done hitherto? what effect will they have on fanaticism, superstition, and prejudice ?" To these the Council would answer in [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] 0 upon at the last moment by his medical advisers to forego the journey. Not content with sending a delegate, the Alliance, in order more completely to denote the friendly feelings which they entertai [...]
Full text:[...] 12 artistic and scientific interest, and especially to the members of the Entertainment Committee, both collectively and individually, for the able and indefatigable manner in which they carried out a [...]
Full text:[...] 24 letters of appeal, of which the following are translations :—- Paris, 21st July, 1873. Gentlemen,—Among the various works which together constitute the mission of the Alliance, that of the Russ [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 88 The Council thought that the fact of giving the additional £100 conditionally on other kindred Institutions on the Continent and elsewhere subscribing at least £400, would create a stimulus among s [...]
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