Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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Full text:[...] APPENDIX D.—MR. COHEN ON JEWS IN BAGDAD. 97 brought before the "Twelve" and finally excommunicated, but as excommunication is much dreaded it is very rarely necessary to pronounce it. The cause of o [...]
Full text:[...] 96 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. important an Institution should perish. The twenty old men now engaged in study receive from 20 to 40 beshleks per month. Their business is to study the Law, Talmud, &c., to te [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX D.—ME. COHEN ON JEWS IN BAGDAD. 95 and quiet in some of the classes. Infants were taught in the same way as in the small private Schools, each child coming to the teacher in turn, and eithe [...]
Full text:[...] 94 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. and are huddled together like sheep. The worthy master is-found either in a corner or in the midst of his pupils. These Schools are situated chiefly on the ground-floor, in the [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX D.- ■ -ME. COHEN ON JEWS IN BAGDAD. 93 to show the advantages of this Institution, and by way of contrast the inefficiency of the other Schools. In the Alliance School five languages are tau [...]
Full text:[...] 92 ninth annual report. of 26,504 francs 25 centimes, of which 10,700 francs came from the Alliance, 3,262 francs from the Anglo-Jewish Association^, and the rest from local resources. Mr. Alexander S [...]
Full text:[...] appendix c.—m. pariente on smyrna schools. 91 A., The budget for the past year was as follows:— Subvention from the Alliance ... ... 1,500 fr. „ „ Anglo-Jewish Associa- tion ■Collection made by Ladies [...]
Full text:[...] 90 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. lst. To establish one great School for all children from the age of 7 years and upwards. 2nd. To organise an Infant School for children from 3 to 7 years. 3rd. To improve the s [...]
Full text:[...] appendix c.—m. pariente on smyrna schools. 89 Salaries Clothing to poor Pupils School Requisities ... Sundries ...... Balance in Cash Total 11,804 fr. 50 cent. 1,577 .55 ,, 578.25 „ 620,, 95 „ 147 „ 9 [...]
Full text:[...] 88 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. geography, arithmetic, and book-keeping, religious instruction and literature. The pupils are divided into five classes; only those in the highest division are admitted to the [...]
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