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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/5 Annual report 1880-1
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Full text:[...] TUNIS.-PALESTINE. 61 Nab el to dispose of his merchandise, and calling at the house of an Arab he left his friend waiting outside. Soon afterwards a rumour was spread that the Jew had been murdered. T [...]
Full text:[...] grants to jewish journals.—schools in the east. 63 XV.—GRANTS TO JEWISH JOURNALS. The Council, in making the usual Grants to Jewish Journals, have been guided by the conviction that the encouragement [...]
Full text:[...] 61 tenth annual report. Bagdad. This gentleman offered to the best pupils in the English classes four prizes of 50, 40, 30 and 20 rupees. In a letter dated 19th April, Mr. Cohen states that the examin [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 65 & recent years done much towards promoting Jewish education. It has been stated that the Jewish children are exceedingly intelligent, and show a good capacity for the instructi [...]
Full text:[...] schools in" the east. 67 correspondents for a variety of useful data, which have guided them in the resolutions they have adopted. The great interest which Midhat Pasha took in the encouragement of Je [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 69 give particulars respecting the newly-opened Infant School. The encouragement which the Anglo-Jewish Association has given to Dr. Allatini's successful scheme for organising th [...]
Full text:[...] 70 tenth annual report. In the past year tlie council voted £130 in aicl of the Smyrna Schools for boys and girls. The sum of £30 out of the grant was devoted to the payment of an English teacher. The [...]
Full text:[...] I 76 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. The novelty and peculiarity of this exercise amused them very much, but the harmless sport was soon cut short by the objections of the parents, who, besides considering this [...]
Full text:[...] 80 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. pital for the aged and the infirm, and no Jewish institution that can he compared with any belonging to other sections of the population. The present School-houses of the Allia [...]
Full text:[...] III ill I'M |IIH APPENDIX D. -CONDITION OF THE JEWS OF SMYRNA. 85 is to be found in the furtherance of public instruction and of manual labour. The apprenticing of boys to various handicrafts must [...]
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