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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/3 Annual report 1875-6
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Full text:[...] f 11 responded to, and there is every reason to believe that this new fund will greatly help to facilitate the diffusion of knowledge amongst various Jewish communities. As a first attempt in the trai [...]
Full text:[...] 10 Deputies. A proposal was therefore made by tlie Council to the Board, to agree upon a plan whereby harmony of action might be established without encroaching on the constitution or the autonomy of [...]
Full text:[...] 8 require continual solicitude, and will undoubtedly increase with the growth of the Association. However economically managed, the educational work of the Association demands considerable expenditure [...]
Full text:[...] 7 useful data on the subject of public instruction, and on other matters of importance. Owing to such valuable co-operation, the Council have been enabled to elicit from some foreign governments disti [...]
Full text:[...] 6 hope that it will derive increased prosperity from the general recognition of its objects, and that the principle of voluntary accession, an element of strength in all similar institutions, will hav [...]
Full text:[...] t~3 C u o !2J Oi _o Mj o g ZD a o w o % Q f1 o =H M CO W !> m CO o o £ t/2 w 1 g Members will greatly aid the objects of this Association by soliciting their friends to All up the following form. A [...]
Full text:[...] PRESIDENT. Baron Henry de Worms. VICE-PRESIDENTS. The Rt. Hon. The Master of the Rolls. Dr. A. Beniscii, Sir Barrow H. Ellis, K.O.S.L Sir F. H. Goldsmid, Bart., Q.O., M.P. Julian Goldsmid, Esq., M.A., [...]
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