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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/3 Annual report 1875-6
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Full text:[...] 39 APPENDIX A. CONSTITUTION OF THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE. 1. The title of tie Association shall be the "Anglo-Jewish Association/' in connectio [...]
Full text:[...] 50 Manamohini : Novel Mr. Abraham Daniel, K. Translation of Blessings said in the Evening') of the Sabbath, and Praise after the I Messrs. Shaloam Moses monthly appearance of the Moon, from / and Benj [...]
Full text:[...] 60 In the year 1874, 500 children became a prey to this scourge. Vaccination is not properly attended to, and it seems that there is a lack of sufficient vaccine matter. A medical practitioner, who re [...]
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:[...] 14 collect interesting and useful information, for which he received the thanks of the Council.* Since the receipt of that letter, several attempts have been made to maintain a regular correspondence [...]
Full text:[...] 17 The Memorial having been translated into the Spanish language, was, through the kindness of Baron Lionel de Rothschild, transmitted to M. Ignaz Bauer (of the firm Weisweiller and Bauer) of Madrid, [...]
Full text:[...] 19 In answer to this Memorial a communication was received from tlie Foreign Office, on the 27th of January, stating that the desired instructions would be sent to Her Majesty's Ambassador at Constant [...]
Full text:[...] 31 It is highly satisfactory to notice that no similar outrages have to be recorded in the Report for the present year. Important information has been obtained respecting the defective sanitary state [...]
Full text:[...] 34 the Council voted £20, to make up the sum which the parent institution in Paris required for the assistance of the school at Larache. XIV.—TUNIS. Acting upon the suggestion of Mr. Consul Wood,* [...]
Full text:[...] 36 who upon false evidence liacl, without trial, been most cruelly maltreated. H.B.M. Consul-General long since earned a high reputation for justice and humanity, and has greatly aided-the furtherance [...]
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