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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/5 Annual report 1880-1
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Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 29 to the same extent the same thing prevails in Russia, and consequently if by friendly representations to the Russian Ambassador here the hands of the Russian Government can be strengthened [...]
Full text:[...] 30 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. with regard to the Jews ; hut still this law has an immediate bearing on the question, because it is an incentive to the ignorant and prejudiced to take into their own hands, a [...]
Full text:[...] 24 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. secure, as far as international law permits, that justice be secured to our Jewish fellow-countrymen in foreign countries. No unnecessary delay will occur in giving full inform [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 27 >- i 4 kind going abroad. Of course, the news which, has reached us is such as we have received through the public press and from private sources at our command, and we are bound to say tha [...]
Full text:[...] 28 TENTH ANNUAL REPORT. barbarism of the middle ages, and which are a disgrace to the civilization of the present day. All I can say is that we leave our case confidently in your hands." Mr. Arthur Co [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 31 that the Representative of one Government could not dictate to another Government what laws should be adopted for the benefit of the people, but his lordship might well assure the Emperor o [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] RUSSIA. 33 latter case, disturbances against the Jews had broken out at Tar to vo, Im erinki and in Wassilkoff, to which places troops had been despatched, and that similar riots, but not of dangerous [...]
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