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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/7 Annual report 1882-3
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Full text:[...] 3 <£ 0« nfil. 1882-83. PRESIDENT. Baron Henry de Worms, M.P. VICE-PRESIDENTS. Sir Barrow H. Ellis, IC.C.S.I. Sir Julian G-oldsmid, Bart. Alfred G. Henriques, Esq. F. D. Mocatta, Esq. Sir Benjamin S. P [...]
Full text:[...] TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT For instance, Roumania, whose autonomy was constituted by the Treaty of Berlin, and whose obligation to emancipate the Roumanian Jews (250,000 souls) was formulated in the same T [...]
Full text:[...] SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. 9 grafted on the Elementary establishments, pauperism ceases to prevail, and is replaced by self-help. In confirmation of these facts the Council gladly refer to the notice [...]
Full text:[...] ■ BRANCHES. 11 22nd of that month in the Beth-El Synagogue, under the presidency of Mr. E. D. J. Ezra. It is confidently anticipated that great advantages will accrue from the relations established b [...]
Full text:[...] 12 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. a future time to further the objects of the Anglo-Jewish Association. The Brighton Branch held its annual meeting at the Synagogue Chambers on the 17th December. The parent b [...]
Full text:[...] 14 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. III.—AGENCIES. TEAH when FoaaiBD. agency. number op MEHBEliS. ConTiiibdtioks. 1381 1880 1872 1872 Alexandria (Egypt) ...... Bedford ■>. ... ... ... Bekast ... ... ... •. • "■ [...]
Full text:[...] 16 TWELFTH ANNUAL KEPOIiT. intolerance, it is satisfactory to bring under notice the good results produced by the action of the Association. These results are shown in the following letter, which Mr. [...]
Full text:[...] SALONICA. 17 The actual condition of the Jewish population is very much improved, and the spirit of toleration is so far extended that anti-Semitic movements are not only not supported but ridiculed. [...]
Full text:[...] 18 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. confidence in their social intercourse, and succeeded, by their influence and example, in removing some of the extravagant prejudices which used to disturb the relations of t [...]
Full text:[...] JERUSALEM.—PERSIA. 19 Communities to effect insurances upon tlie houses inhabited by the poorer classes. It haying, however, been ascertained that the premium required would be so heavy as to form a [...]
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