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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—ME. PYKE'S TRAVELS IN THE EAST. 77 A- tlie Jews, and came to the conclusion that they alone were to ' blame. Neither Mr. Mitchell nor the German Commissioner were satisfied with this ter [...]
Full text:[...] grants to publications.—distress in the east. 63 statements, lie hoped that the Jewish youths in Palestine would not be doomed to pine away in their present abject condition, and that henceforth the J [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] MOROCCO. "37 x 8 A jects of Her Majesty and ' other persons enjoying consular protection as well.' Whatever may have been the origin of the treaty rights between other countries and Morocco" they were [...]
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:[...] APPENDIX B.—MR. PYKE'S TRAVELS IN THE EAST. 7o the worthy Exarch Joseph, of Bulgaria and Poumelia, and with the Metropolitan of Philippopolis. Both expressed friendly views towards the Jews. The Presi [...]
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