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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/10 Annual report 1887-8
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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:[...] 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:[...] BRANCHES. 133 Rev. B. Lichtenstein, Tkeasuber, in Account with the Anglo-Jewish Association, Otago Bkanch. Dr. Cr. 1887. May 18.—To Cash in hand „ 17.— ,, Subscriptions 1888. Mar. 11.— „ Subscriptions [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 64 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. established similar schools by their own initiative and with their own small means; though it is rare that these can be long maintained without the aid of our societies. [...]
Full text:[...] ELLIS A. FRANKLIN, Esq., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT Da. Statement of Accounts from June To Balance of Current Account at London and "Westminster Bank and in hands of Secretary, May 31st, 1887 ,, Education [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO, 23 protecting the lives and properties of the Jewish inhabitants of the Sultan, whose immunity from all disabilities was solemnly promised in the Imperial Firman granted to the late Sir Moses [...]
Full text:[...] 26 seventeenth annual report. latter are not allowed to drink from the public fountains in Moorish quarters, nor to take water therefrom. 19. On public occasions, such as a Moorish festival, or a birt [...]
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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