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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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Full text:[...] appendix e.— m. cazes on tunis schools. 99 ..x << v * of conduct. The income of the School has become more settled, and the old-standing deficit has been reduced. The apprenticing to trades has been r [...]
Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 157 I We are strongly of opinion that the Parent Body and its Branches at home and abroad should invite subscriptions from Christian friends, as we feel convinced that nothing could tend so [...]
Full text:[...] 176 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. [iYo Report having been received this year, the subjoined is reprinted from last Year's Report.'] MERTHYR BRANCH OF THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. honorary officers. G. Freedma [...]
Full text:[...] 194 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. \_No Report having been received this year, the subjoined is reprinted from last year's Report.'] SUNDERLAND BRANCH OF THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. HONORARY OFFICERS. Joseph [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 39 dungeon, tormented and fined. This year a Jew was stabbed and killed by a Mabomedan debtor because be threatened to bring him before a court of justice. Although the case was tried by the [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—MR. PYKE'S TRAVELS IN THE EAST. 69 .A. -*r v of the Jewish disabilities. I was told that not more than 100 Jews would take immediate advantage of the permission to reside in rural Servi [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] APPENDIX B.-ME. PYKE's TRAVELS IN THE EAST. again, K matters affecting their own Congregation. Then, Rabbis and Chazanim are with but slight exceptions totally without culture. They cannot even speak [...]
Full text:[...] I 158 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. Mr. A. Colien, Vice-President (in. the unavoidable absence of tlie President, Mr. Leopold Zossenheim), seconded by Mr. Jacob Sloman, Treasurer, and resolved unanimously, tha [...]
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