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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/5 Annual report 1880-1
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Full text:[...] PERSIA. 37 r N Mahomedans. As these children were about to be wrested from the care of their mother, the Jewish inhabitants of Ispahan had appealed to the Governor to allow a delay of three months bef [...]
Full text:[...] 88 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. special committee, of which he then was the treasurer,, and which had administered a fund for relieving the distress in famine-stricken districts of Asiatic Turkey and Persia. [...]
Full text:[...] persia.—egypt. 39 instruction. Efforts are being made by the Council to overcome the difficulties which are in the way of the establishment of the desired school. Distress in North Western Persia.†[...]
Full text:[...] ABYSSINIA. 41 determination that all sections of his subjects should be brought over to the dominant Abyssinian Church. The Council having caused inquiries to be made into this subject, received intel [...]
Full text:[...] 42 tenth annual report. of subjecting the Falashas to baptism. The King, in fact, views with displeasure any endeavour to make proselytes amongst the Falashas. In a village near Gondar, where the inha [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 48 ' > have been made by the Sultan of Morocco with the view of endeavouring to secure a better administration of justice to his Jewish subjects. I am, Sir, Your most obedient, humble Servant [...]
Full text:[...] u TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Majesty all cases where the Governors had refused or failed to do justice ; but as one of the Chief Secretaries at the Court told me confidentially that he feared such an arrang [...]
Full text:[...] ma MOROCCO. 45 Enclosure in No. 126. Cid Mohameb Ben Moktsar to Sir J. Drtjmmond Hay. [Translation.] 25 Joomacl, 1297 (Jlay 5th, 1880). We have received the memorandum in which it is stated that the r [...]
Full text:[...] 48 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. lie would undoubtedly have pressed upon the Sultan the necessity of relieving the Jews from some of their grievances, and of affording to them additional protection for their l [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 49 walk barefoot through certain thoroughfares, but that with the abandonment of that usage the compact of granting them the right of settlement would be annulled. It would seem to us that t [...]
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