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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/8 Annual report 1884-5
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Full text:[...] 54 fourteenth annual report. pointed out that whilst sixty pupils were admitted into their small establishment, thirty children had hitherto been excluded, owing to want of funds. Sofia.—(Boys' School [...]
Full text:[...] 56 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. APPENDIX A. PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TEE ASSOCIATION. Held under the Presidency of Baron Henry de Worms, M.P., on Jul? 6th, 1884. The President having addresse [...]
Full text:[...] 58 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. greatest and absolute necessity, and to be avoided whenever possible. The greatest sufferers up to now are the wort-producing part of the population, and there is no good [...]
Full text:[...] 60 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. To cover Roumania with a network of schools would demand a yearly subvention of £600; but no such outlay is wanted at once, as. by judicious help to the weak institutions [...]
Full text:[...] 69 fourteenth annual report. Technical Schools. We will now consider the no less important question of trade schools. These present a far different aspect. The Jews are positively excluded from techni [...]
Full text:[...] 64 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. exactly as pupils would have been taught two or three generations ago. This will be altered when a new school can be obtained ; it is then hoped that the Boys' School will [...]
Full text:[...] 66 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT, to do their best for the maintenance of the educational establishments. The last school I visited was at Corfu; 100 girls attend there. The school was founded by the excel [...]
Full text:[...] 68 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. The number of pupils in this School amounts to 139. In this establishment only Hebrew, French and Arabic are taught. I have the same observation to make here as in the sch [...]
Full text:[...] 70 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Jesuit Schools. They have a kind of meeting-room, a shochet and rabbi, but no effort is made to give instruction. I venture to suggest that the Alliance and Anglo-Jewish A [...]
Full text:[...] 72 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPOET. clerk of the works give her sixty centimes as her daily wages. They were in terrible distress at first and slept in caverns, but thanks to the exertions of Mr. Marcus Adle [...]
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