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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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Full text:[...] 82 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. The Spanish, congregation numbers about 1,500 persons. Amongst them there are several very wealthy, respectable, and respected members thereof; a few wealthy, but not respectab [...]
Full text:[...] 80 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. Judge on three or four occasions; and lastly, there is a law that no peasant can, under any circumstances, mortgage his land. An explanation, which seems to account for the wis [...]
Full text:[...] 78 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. more houses have been rebuilt, it is not likely there will be any considerable influx of Jews. When there I did not come' across any Jews. Kesanlik.—Before the war, there was a [...]
Full text:[...] 76 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. The community is also possessed of another building on the same plot of ground. When they have money enough they intend to convert the ground-floor into an industrial school. i [...]
Full text:[...] 74 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. very indifferent circumstances. In the army, where service is compulsory, there are already some Jewish subordinate officers, but though they serve willingly, and are proud eno [...]
Full text:[...] 72 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. holidays ordained by tlie rites of that Church. Prior to this it had been the law that all places of business, whatever might be the religion of their owners, should be closed [...]
Full text:[...] 70 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. ministers and pointed out how unfair such, a publication was at that crisis. The minister promptly ordered its withdrawal and sequestration. Socially, the Spanish Jews occupy a [...]
Full text:[...] 68 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. APPENDIX B. EXTRACTS FROM MR. LIONEL E. PYKE'S REPORT OF HIS RECENT TRAVELS IN THE EAST* I.—Servia. There are about 2,000 Jews in Servia, 1,200 in Belgrade, the capital, the [...]
Full text:[...] 66 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. If a Moorish debtor endeavours to evade the payment of his debts to a European, he is imprisoned even for years until tlie debt is paid, and should the debtor live in the inter [...]
Full text:[...] destitute were referred to private charity and were generously relieved. BAGDAD, &c.—Telegrams and letters applying for immediate help reached the Anglo-Jewish Association from Bagdad, Diarbekr, Mosul, as [...]
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