Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/10 Annual report 1887-8
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Full text:[...] THE SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT of the gMtjjlfl-Jjndslt ^Bwiatioit, 1887-88. RETROSPECT. In giving an account of the work clone during the past twelve months, the Council have first to advert to several [...]
Full text:[...] 6 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. energies to uphold the local Alliance School, which is placed under the able direction of M. S. T. Pariente, and is regarded by Jews, Christians, and Mahomedans as a model [...]
Full text:[...] RUSSIA. 13 General Roop, the Governor-General, acting, I conclude, upon instructions from St. Petersburg, issued orders that all foreign Jews residing in His Excellency's district, viz., the Governmen [...]
Full text:[...] 14 seventeenth annual report. your Lordship by the Secretary of the Anglo-Jewish Association are, I firmly believe, gross exaggerations, ancl I would submit that too much importance should not be give [...]
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:[...] side, may well aspire to become one of the chief feeders of the Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute." After congratulating the Head Master and Head Mistress for bestowing all their energies on their [...]
Full text:[...] schools ik the east. 35 Committee, and on the Beni Israel Community, who had always proved themselves loyal and law-abiding, he hoped that at no distant time the Institution might be placed under the [...]
Full text:[...] 46 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. APPENDIX B. THE JEWS AT THE PRESENT TIME IN THEIR VARIOUS HABITATIONS. [A Lecture Delivered by Mr. E. D. Mocatta at the Kensington Town Hall on April 22nd, 1888.] The mig [...]
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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