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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/10 Annual report 1887-8
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Full text:[...] 124 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. hitherto the darkness and squalor of ignorance. Where individual efforts have been made by the members of this Branch to gain an accession of members, the inane plea has [...]
Full text:[...] 1 APPENDIX B.-JEWS IN THEIR VARIOUS HABITATIONS. 65 Let us all strive towards this high aim according to our means and our powers, and we shall be achieving a benefit to our race, our age and to the w [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B,—JEWS IN THEIR VARIOUS HABITATIONS. 63 countervail these improper and baneful proceedings, we, as Jews, are bound to use every exertion and to make every sacrifice. This great work of Jew [...]
Full text:[...] 60 seventeenth annual report. million there, under very favoured circumstances, as already stated. In Spain, with the exception of about 1,200 in the British Settlement of Gibraltar, it may be said th [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—JEWS m TIIEIll VARIOUS HABITATIONS. 59 as a valuable element in their country, to which, they are so warmly attached; but they require to exercise a large amount of patience, constancy and [...]
Full text:[...] 56 SEVENTEENTH ANNEAL REPORT. of whose complicity in corjwre there can at most be but an assumption, and certainly no sort of proof. No doubt here also the education of the Jews, which has hitherto un [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.— JEWS IN THEIR VARIOUS HABITATIONS. 51 protection of the various foreign consuls, and thus more or less partake of the freedom enjoyed by the European inhabitants of the country. This prot [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—JEWS IN THEIR VARIOUS HABITATIONS. 49 Cbbiwa developed by Baron Edmond de Rothschild, will exercise a beneficent influence upon this depressed population, and that the aids from abroad wil [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B. JEWS IN THEIR VARIOUS HABITATIONS. 47 ,finally expelled from both countries at the end of ■~e nfteenth century. The fugitives found a refuge in North Atiica, Turkey, and the other States b [...]
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