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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/5 Annual report 1880-1
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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:[...] 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:[...] 40 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. for the Alexandrian Jewish Community effectual guarantees that they would not be molested by the prejudiced populace. Her Majesty's Government complied with this request, and o [...]
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:[...] 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. M Rabat to Alcazar were killed for similar purposes of plunder. The authorities, as usual, were not ready to punish the criminals. The foregoing facts were submitted to a meeting of the Joint [...]
Full text:[...] 54 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Board, of Deputies, Mr. Henry Harris and Mr. Lewis Emanuel. At this interview Sir John entered into full particulars concerning the relations which existed between the Jews and [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 55 a of such highways. It was also pointed out that the formation of well-constructed roads would materially improve the prospects of commercial intercourse, and that at the outset the roads [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 57 of the Governor. This man underwent various ill-treatments, and a chain was put round his neck and fastened to the roof. To escape from being strangled he had to stand on tiptoe. Whilst in [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 59 < > r â–  ~\ Cicl Moliamed Bargash at Tangier was not permitted to remain a dead letter. In a despatch dated 25tla January, Sir John D. Hay informed Earl Granville that the Edict conferrin [...]
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