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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/2 Annual report 1873-4
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Full text:[...] be determined by arrangement or by lot. 11. The Council shall be elected once every year at a general meeting of the members, and shall have the power to fill up such vacancies as may occur in its [...]
Full text:[...] B. LAWS RELATING TO THE BRANCHES. the an 1. The Council shall have the power to admit under general title, " Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association,' organised body of not less than ten subscribers, [...]
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:[...] 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 [...]
Full text:[...] minimum subscription shall be 5s. per annum. Donations will be received, either for the general purposes of the Association, or, with the consent of the Council, for special purposes connected [...]
Full text:[...] 71 made, and the fatigue undergone by him, and for Ha zeal for the welfare of Israel and his attachment to the caiise oi the Association, manifested by his volunteering to atkmd the Conference lately [...]
Full text:[...] 6 still the Council cannot find a cause for regret in this, as they are glad to perceive that the shortcoming in this respect is more than counterbalanced by the increase in the subscriptions, and mor [...]
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:[...] for purposes within the scope of the Association, and may vote money to the Alliance for its general purposes, or for special [...]
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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