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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/4 Annual report 1879-80
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Full text:[...] Hon. Mr. Justice Lush, addressed to the Hon. Secretary, Mr. Henry Worms :— Leicester Assizes, November 3rd. Dear Sib, I have received with much gratification, not unmixed with humility, the resolution [...]
Full text:[...] Foreign Affairs." In reply to this memorial the following letter was received:— Foreign Office, November 26th, 1879, " Gentlemen, I am directed by the Marquis of Salisbury to acknowledge the receipt of [...]
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:[...] 46 NINTI-I ANNUAL REPORT. them, and tney were legally entitled to do so. The number of those Jews is and must be small: in any case, this is no persecution d la Roumanie." Irrespectively of the facts [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 38 NINTH ANNUAL REPORT. The Jews would be the constant objects of attack. It is so now in the interior. Something has given rise to the impression that the Congress now sitting is about to withdraw pr [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 2; - l having murdered a Moor, and that he was about to be removed to Fez, the residence of the Sultan. The letter which followed this message described the imminent peril of tlie prisoner, i [...]
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:[...] schools in the east. 55 V reports Mr. Cohen states: " My efforts are most favourably seconded by the intelligence and earnestness of my pupils. . . . Their desire for acquiring useful knowledge make [...]
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