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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/10 Annual report 1887-8
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Full text:[...] 108 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. HASTINGS BRANCH. HONORARY OFFICERS. Rev. PH. bender, President and Treasurer. Alfred Ph. Bender, Esq., Hon. Secretary. Alexander, E. B., Esq., Bray- brook-road . . . .0 [...]
Full text:[...] 112 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. L. Marcan, Esq., Treasurer, in Account with the Anglo-Jewish Association, Leeds Branch. n.. Or. 1887. £ s- d-June 1.—To Balance . . 5 2 4J 1888. May 1.— „ Subscriptions, [...]
Full text:[...] 143 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. ALFRED D. Benjamin", Esq., Teeasueee, in Account with the Anglo-Jewish Association, Toeonto Beanch. Dr. Cr. To Balance in hand . „ Subscriptions to date Dols. . 0 . 133 [...]
Full text:[...] NORTH LONDON DISTRICT CANVASSING COMMITTEE. 87 LIST OF ANNUAL SUBSCRIBERS ENROLLED AT THE PUBLIC MEETING. Mis. Atrutel .... Messrs Cohen Bros, (increased to)...... Ephraim Cohen, Esq; A. V. Crewel, Es [...]
Full text:[...] 18 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Copy of the Regulations as to Russian Jews under British Protection in Palestine. All those Russian Jews who were originally registered as heads of families in or prior t [...]
Full text:[...] seventeenth annual report. will have the effect of deterring the Moorish authorities from repeating their acts of cruelty on similar occasions. Murders near Mogador.—A series of murderous outrages w [...]
Full text:[...] 28 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. following passages occur {Blue the Emperor, in which the Book, p. 159):— " Our wish 'is that they (the Jews) obtain justice without " the intervention of the Powers, or [...]
Full text:[...] 30 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. signed by you as Vice-President of the Anglo-Jewish Association and by Mr. A. Cohen as President of the London Committee of Deputies of the British Jews, in regard to the [...]
Full text:[...] 40 Seventeenth annual report. The National School of Mogador, conducted by Mrs. Corcos, is certainly a bright spot in this land, which seems to have been shut for so long a time against all civilising [...]
Full text:[...] 48 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. of the towns, from some being wholly excluded, and in these quarters they were locked up on high festivals and certain public occasions. In most countries they had to pay [...]
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