Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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Full text:[...] 62 ninth annual report. testified in terms of high praise to the fact that Madame Leon had done great justice to her pupils. The Council felt it therefore their duty to make in this instance a grant o [...]
Full text:[...] 60 ninth annual eeport. This new Fund, though started only a short time before the present Report was issued, already amounts to £595,* and there is every prospect that this sum will be liberally incr [...]
Full text:[...] 58 ninth annual report. therefore felt justified in setting aside an additional sum of £60 for the encouragement of Jewish pupils in Bombay. Through the kind co-operation of Sir Barrow Ellis, K.C.S.I. [...]
Full text:[...] 56 ninth annual report. the managers of the Alliance Schools. By this wise step the assistance rendered by the Anglo-Jewish Association to the Smyrna Schools will prove far more efficient than hithert [...]
Full text:[...] 54 ninth annual report. and the sacredness of these objects, the Council appeal to every friend and supporter of the Anglo-Jewish Association to aid freely and liberally in improving the wretched cond [...]
Full text:[...] PALESTINE. 53 4 X An estimate for a School for 200 boys, and a similar number of girls, was appended to this circular, showing that the annual expenditure would be about 36,000 francs, of which 20,50 [...]
Full text:[...] 52 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. agrees on the necessity for founding- irreproachable religious conduct. One of our honourable correspondents wishes that we should commence only with a Boys' School, and not op [...]
Full text:[...] PALESTINE. 51 SI.—PALESTINE. x. » Since August 1878, when the International Jewish Conference was held in Paris, and the various Educational and Communal Jewish questions were discussed,* the Anglo-Je [...]
Full text:[...] 50 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. At the present day it is fully understood that the Jews in the Holy Land cannot be efficiently aided unless it be by instruction, as also by industrial and agricultural trainin [...]
Full text:[...] 48 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. from a career in which his loved and venerated name was a tower of strength to the children of his people, his illustrious example will shine amongst us in undying vividness, s [...]
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