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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/6 Annual report 1881-2
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Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 13 and the public to the sufferings and the wants of the Jewish population in Russia. It deserves to be stated that several notable accessions to the Anglo-Jewish Association have been made [...]
Full text:[...] 14 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. for several years sedulously acted as the Hon. Secretary of the local Branch, he has been succeeded in that office by Mr. J. M. Myers. In nearly every town where the Anglo-J [...]
Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 15 / An 6 The Council, 011 receiving the Report, voted their cordial thanks to the Rev. A. Lowy, and to Mr. Asher Levy, for the assistance thus rendered to the emigrants. Similar thanks were [...]
Full text:[...] BOUMAMA. 17 IV.—ROUMANIA. Since tlie conclusion of the Berlin Treaty, the Roumanian Legislature has deprived the Jews ot many means of gaining an honest livelihood. Frequent communications were receiv [...]
Full text:[...] 18 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. v.—RUSSIA. Last year's Report of the Council gave a brief account of the recent outrages upon the Jews in Russia. The persecutions having since that time increased to an unp [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 19 creased both in number and in violence. No cessation of the persecution appearing probable, public bodies in foreign countries appealed to the Council of the Anglo-Jewish Association to per [...]
Full text:[...] 20 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. speeches delivered have been published in pamphlet form by direction of the Council of this Association. At that meeting the following resolutions were passed:— 1.—That in t [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 21 Hon. Moritz Ellinger, Baron Gr. de Worms, Mr. S. Morley, M.P., Mr. Isaac Seligman, and Mr. S. Montagu* The large and generous views expressed by the speakers at the Mansion House meeting pr [...]
Full text:[...] 22 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. of Commons, adverted, on several instances, to the endangered condition of the Russian Jews with the view of obtaining the assistance and co-operation of Her Majesty's Gover [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 23 a ; > Benas, of Liverpool, likewise attended some of these meetings. A memorable letter relating to the persecution of the Jews in Russia, and addressed by 246 Graduates of the University [...]
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