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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/9 Annual report 1886-7
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Full text:[...] 16 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. VI.—MOROCCO. By the desire of the Council the Secretary waited, in September, upon Mr. W. Kirby Green, who had been appointed Minister to Morocco in succession to Sir John [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 17 The Jews of Demnat.—In the previous Annual Report the Council adverted to the calamities which had befallen the Jews of Demnat through the insults and extortions to which the Governor of t [...]
Full text:[...] 18 sixteenth annual report. day, irons were placed on his feet, and, on the 8th, he was mounted (being still in chains) and sent, under military escort, to Tangier*, through Arzila—a most circuitous r [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the bast. 19 hands. Afterwards lodged victim underground dungeon heavily shackled. JSTo crime against victim. Community implores your energetic action prevent further outrages. Suggest your [...]
Full text:[...] 20 sixteenth annual eeport. pupils, who, as Mr. Cohen observes, work well together with the new comers. Out of 204 pupils attending the School, 143 received instruction in English. The Training of App [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 93 every year, the Committee thought it expedient, since April last, to charge small fees to such of the children attending the Institution as were in a position to pay them. ^ Th [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 25 and of France, up to the time of the Crusades. No elementary books are employed in this instruction; the children learn the facts as related by the teachers. Geography is well [...]
Full text:[...] 26 sixteenth annual report. Master of the Boys' School, the Council, after consulting their colleague, Dr. M. Davis, forwarded a quantity of drugs, in-cluding quinine, for the benefit of the school ch [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IK THE EAST. 29 benefit of the Technical Department of the Jerusalem School, to be administered by the Alliance Israelite, purchases were made under the auspices of the Anglo-Jewish Associatio [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE BAST. 31 the attendance, 97 per cent, of the pupils being noted down as punctual in the daily roll-call. The several classes were progressing at a good and even rate. The teachers bore [...]
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