Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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Full text:[...] 86 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. Jassy is practically a Jewish town. It speaks well for the Jews that it has the appearance of a cleaner and busier place than Bucharest. Although there are many wealthy familie [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B. -MR. PYICE'S TRAVELS IN THE EAST. 85 V the Talmud. Children frequent these places till about 12 years of age, where so long as they are kept they remain in entire ignorance of the languag [...]
Full text:[...] 84 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. prohibited, but such obstacles have bow disappeared, and although their relations can scarcely be described as cordial, they are friendly. I shall say no more of the Jews of Wa [...]
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:[...] appendix b.—me. pyke's travels in the east. 81 V A middle classes are on visiting terms with Christians in the same grade of society. What amount of dislike exists against the Jews at the present mome [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—MR. PYKE'S TRAVELS IN THE EAST. 79 standi in Court. Some of them have a small practice amongst their co-religionists, as in arbitration cases. Sometimes, too, a litigant will transfer hi [...]
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:[...] 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 [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—ME. PYKE's TEAVELS IN THE EAST. 73 v#A > difference in their position, and how difficult it would be for them to liquidate the debt of 200 napoleons, (for which the lender, a Turk, was [...]
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