Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/10 Annual report 1887-8
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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. 55 mechanics, and where all sorts of machinery are made and repaired, is one of the best things of its kind to be seen anywhere, and is far more than sel [...]
Full text:[...] 54 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. of their religion they are shut out from all the more important duties of citizenship, ancl made to feel at every step in their career that they belong to a separate, and [...]
Full text:[...] appendix b.—jews in their various habitations. 51 years must pass before we can hope to realise so happy a state of things, and in the meantime it is our duty to watch that all possible means of edu [...]
Full text:[...] 52 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. large part of the commerce of the country, developing its resources, hut at the same time arousing the jealousy which success in trade and the creation of capital usually [...]
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:[...] 50 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Jews are also found in tlie Khanates, mostly traders, and rather a fine race, but badly treated. India, China, &c.—Many of the large cities of India contain Jews, thoug [...]
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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