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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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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:[...] KOUMANIA. 21 / K August. Agent in conspicuous amongst whom were a large number of Jews. An account of these expulsions was published by the Secretary, in the Times, on the 9tli of M. Callimaki Catargi [...]
Full text:[...] 22 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. resolution, which, was made widely known through the daily press:— " The Council having heard statements concerning the present state of the Jewish Question in Roumania, and [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 39 /l- -a k Sultan. This news was soon corroborated by letters from Morocco and Gibraltar, including one from Isaac Amar himself, who expressed his profound gratitude to his deliverers. The C [...]
Full text:[...] ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE. 47 V X.—ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE. A continuous correspondence has been carried on during the past year with the Alliance Israelite in Paris, as appears in the pre [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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