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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/5 Annual report 1880-1
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Full text:[...] russia. British passport duly vised by the Russian Consul-General in London, was expelled from St. Petersburg, to which place he had proceeded on business in September last, on the sole ground that he [...]
Full text:[...] eussia. 23 St. James's, and courteously acknowledged by his Excellency. Expulsion of Me. Lewisohn feom St. Peteesbueg. —In September, 1880, Mr. Leon Lewisohn, a British subject, was expelled from St. [...]
Full text:[...] 22 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Alexander II. had been murdered, tlie following address was sent to his Imperial successor:— To His Imperial Majesty, Alexander III., Czar of all the Russias. The Humble Addres [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] >0 tenth annual report. first instance, submit their complaints to their own Government. Continuance op Jewish Disabilities.'—The correspondence relative to the Jews in Roumania dealt principally wi [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 8 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. to be influenced by calumnies which threaten the lives and the peace of unoffending fellow-creatures. This prompt action was highly appreciated by the heads of the Jewish Commun [...]
Full text:[...] b TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Council have been enabled to adopt proper measures for the immediate or the future advantage of suffering Jews, and for conferring the benefits of education upon thousands of Je [...]
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