Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/8 Annual report 1884-5
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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 [...]
Full text:[...] fc x TABLE OF CONTENTS Council, Committees, etc., Elected in July, SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. I. Address to Sir Moses Montefiore II. Alliance Israelite Universelle III. Branches IV. Russia . V. Rouma [...]
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:[...] APPENDIX E. — MR. B. L. BENAS'S TRAVELS. 73 1 attire as the Polish rabbi, and it appears to me to be quite Russian to be guilty more in the breach than the observance of the elements of cleanliness. T [...]
Full text:[...] 53 fourteenth annual report. Haifa.—(75 pupils: subvention, £20.)—The grant made in the past year has been renewed in consideration of the scanty means which the Jewish population of Haifa has at its [...]
Full text:[...] SUMMARY OF THE YEAR'S WORK. 9 Communities such, advantages as the citizens of free countries can liberally bestow, the Council have continued to attach the utmost importance to the dissemination of us [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX E.—MR. B. L. BENAS'S TRAVELS. 71 their European co-religionists; they are taller, more dignified, and are decidedly of a handsome type. I am indebted for my statistics to M. Nissim Behar and [...]
Full text:[...] 74 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. I shall devote my report principally to the course of technical education, with which I believe the future prosperity of the Jews of Jerusalem is bound up. The miserable s [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX E.—ME. B. L. BENAS'S TRAVELS. 75 and hopefulness I experienced in Jerusalem present a marked contrast to the disappointment I felt at the abject position of the Jews in the City of Abraham. [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 39 The Governor, on discovering that they had not foreign protection, indulged in acts of violence, imprisoning and ill-treating them. The Moors in Demnat and neighbouring country, learning t [...]
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