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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/8 Annual report 1884-5
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Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 43 nat to Tangier. The Secretary of the Association therefore, by the direction of the Council sent a letter to Colonel Mathews, expressive of the appreciation with which his benevolent actio [...]
Full text:[...] SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JOURNALS. 55 no doubt, look to the Alliance and the Association for support. IX.-8UB8CRIPTION8 TO JOURNALS. The Council have, during the past year, given increased support to Eastern [...]
Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 133 -twelve months have been light, it will be seen from the last Annual Report of the Parent Body that the work of the Anglo-Jewish Association is yearly assuming vaster proportions. The gr [...]
Full text:[...] SUMMARY OF THE YEAR S WORK. of a hopeful and partly of a painful character. From Persia, the Anglo-Jewish Association, jointly with the Board of Deputies, received a letter of a highly gratifying natu [...]
Full text:[...] BRANCHES. 15 cester. and North Shields, where he formed new Branches. Many new members were inscribed in these towns. A cordial expression of thanks was voted to the Secretary for the successful perfo [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 17 would use every opportunity for furthering the interests of the Association. It deserves to be noticed that the number of members has in the past year risen from 119 to 156. The income has, [...]
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:[...] 12 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. In response to the congratulations offered by the Anglo-Jewish Association, the following acknowledgment was received from Sir Moses Montefiore :—• East Cliff Lodge, Ramsg [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 49 classes for adults should be encouraged. According to a letter received from the President of the Bombay School, Mr. Stern had followed up his recommendation in favour of eveni [...]
Full text:[...] 10 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. than 5)000 children. But the area of public instruction requires to be considerably enlarged. Owing to the want of properly supported schools, more than 10,000 children ar [...]
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