Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/5 Annual report 1880-1
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Full text:[...] 10 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. sing an Orphan School in Jerusalem (page 61), in establishing an important School at Damascus (page 66), and in founding a promising educational establishment in Bombay. The fa [...]
Full text:[...] SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. 11 maintained which in itself has greatly facilitated the work of the Council. The Anglo-Jewish Association has also profited by the ever ready co-operation of such powerf [...]
Full text:[...] 12 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. I.—BRANCHES. The Council have to deplore, with the deepest regret, the death of several representative men. The Bradford Branch lost its venerable President, Mr. I. A. Unna. [...]
Full text:[...] branches. 13 4 * of Middlesborough joined the Anglo-Jewish Association in the month of January, when the Rev. A. Lowy, Secretary of the Association, paid a visit to that town, aa also to Newcastle-on- [...]
Full text:[...] 14 TENTH ANNUAL EEPOET. correspondent of the Anglo-Jewish Association, was deservedly elected, the head of the new Branch, which is expected to be the medium for spreading the advantages of a sound Je [...]
Full text:[...] 16 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. III.—AGENCIES AND COMMITTEES OF MEMBERS. Year number when agency and committees. contribution. formed. members. £ s. d. 1880 Bedford ...") ( 7 1 15 0 1872 Cape Town > A [...]
Full text:[...] HOME AFFAIRS. 17 I! In accordance with a further resolution of the Council, a letter, embodying the preceding entry, was sent to Mr. Ralph Disraeli, and copies of this letter were forwarded, both to t [...]
Full text:[...] 18 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. III.—JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION AND THE BOARD OF DEPUTIES. Five meetings with the Delegates of the Board of Deputies have been held since June, 1880. The f [...]
Full text:[...] joint committee. — eoumania. 19 The Delegates of the Anglo-Jewish Association brought to the notice of the Representatives of the Board of Deputies the steps which had been initiated with respect to t [...]
Full text:[...] servia.—russia. 21 r k * Office. The despatch states that through the good offices of Mr. Vice-Consul Baker, a Jewish widow at Nisch had been fully compensated for some house property, of which the Mu [...]
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