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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/10 Annual report 1887-8
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Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 15 As to foreign Jews, representatives of important foreign firms, banking houses, etc., may be allowed to reside in the locality during a certain period only. Notwithstanding such restriction [...]
Full text:[...] 16 seventeenth annual report. ing different localities in Transcaucasia, and settled there before the annexation of the Caucas' and others again before 1837, who are legally same rights as the native [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 19 Sib, Foreign Office, January 5, 1888. With reference to my letter of the 13th ultimo, I am directed by the Marquis of Salisbury to inform you that Her Majesty's Ambassador at Constantinopl [...]
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:[...] 2'2 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. The Proposed Conference at Madrid.—At the January meeting of the Council, notice was taken of public . announcements that a Conference was, at an early period, to meet [...]
Full text:[...] 24 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. of non-Mahommedan bodies, even more than at present, to the rapacity and barbarity of the Moorish authorities. In respectfully submitting our views to your Lordship, we c [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 89 " tolerate the commission of acts of tyranny and injustice of " the Sultan's officers." In the same year Earl Granville wrote: -—■" The European Powers could not be expected to " cont [...]
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:[...] MOROCCO. 31 The Sultan, lie observes, is more ready to listen to diplomatic representations, made to him 011 behalf of oppressed Jews, than to demands based on strained interpretations of the Madrid C [...]
Full text:[...] SCHOOLS IN THE EAST. 33 the coppersmiths was considerably better than in 1887, when the failure of the crops occasioned general distress, which naturally affected the sale of manufactured articles. Th [...]
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