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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/6 Annual report 1881-2
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Full text:[...] 40 eleventh annual report. amounts of compensation were procured for Jewish, families who had been affected by outrages of which Mahomedans had been found guilty. Reports were received from time to ti [...]
Full text:[...] morocco. 41 of the Council of the Association, kinclly "undertook, during a visit he paid to Morocco in the spring and summer of 1881, to collect information on the condition and progress of schools i [...]
Full text:[...] *- a grants to journals.—schools in the east. 43 the Council have, as oil former occasions, made grants of £5 eacli to various Jewish journals published in the East. XIII.—SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. Aleppo. [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 45 " Since the arrival of the Bern-Israels in India, there never has been an occasion like the present, when not only the European, the Arabian, and the Indian Jews have met toge [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 47 K the progress made by the pupils, and I trust that under the good management of the staff of teachers provided by the Committee they will continue to improve." Constantinople. [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 49 I I , liave, as heretofore, granted a subvention of £30 to this institution through the Berlin Society for the Education of Jewish Orphans in Palestine. An anonymous donor, at [...]
Full text:[...] 50 eleventh annual report. Smyrna.—According to last reports, the Smyrna School was attended by 200 boys and . 1-10 girls. English instruction was being given to a small number of boys. Ali Pasha, the [...]
Full text:[...] 58 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT, nations. I do not urge upon the Government any course that may involve the country in unpleasant relations with Russia ; but the opponents of the Resolution will be offering [...]
Full text:[...] 66 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. appropriate mode of utilising Sir Moses's gift. The School continued open for fourteen years, and was temporarily suspended in 1878, during the late dreadful famine. It had [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX E.—THE JEWISH SCHOOL AT BAGDAD. 71 be taught, the Council have discontinued this contribution until such time as the study of English shall be resumed. In bringing the foregoing remarks on th [...]
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