Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/11 Annual report 1888-9
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Full text:[...] 14 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Morocco, and they may ultimately succeed in establishing unity amongst the several Congregations of their native country. In the last Annual Report it was mentioned that M [...]
Full text:[...] 108 eighteenth annual report. of the many arms of its great parent whose labours on behalf of our suffering brethren in various parts of the world are given in the Seventeenth Annual Report, forwarded [...]
Full text:[...] 38 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. is that 140 members have been added to the list of supporters of the Anglo-Jewisli Association. Again, in the Western district, Mr. 1<. 1). Mocatta, who has done so much f [...]
Full text:[...] 68 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. ballarat—cont. £ .<• d. Samuel, S., Esq. . . , 0 10 6 Scharrer, Mrs.....0 5 0 Showman, J., Esq. . . .050 Silberberg, M. M., Esq. (Brax- holme) . . • • "110 Silberfeld, Ber [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX A,—PROCEEDINGS AT ANNUAL MEETING. 41 are limited, I think I shall have pointed out a duty which lies upon the Jewish community. I must especially refer to the want of the means of education [...]
Full text:[...] 92 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. MANCHESTER BRANCH. HONORARY OFFICERS. E. M. henriques, Esq.. J.P., President, Tower Grange, Broughton Park. M. schlesingek, Esq., Treasurer, Grove House, Plymouth Grove. R [...]
Full text:[...] 10 eighteenth annual report. I—RESIGNATION OF THE SECRETARY. To the great regret of the Council, the Rev. A. Lovvy has placed in their hands his resignation of the office of Secretary which he has h [...]
Full text:[...] 16 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. exposed by M. Fior, who, after being expelled in 1885, together with the other Jewish exiles, returned to Roumania and thus forced the Government to bring him before the C [...]
Full text:[...] 18 EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. than one instance, and especially in the question of naturalisation. During a whole session, lasting over seven months, only three or four Jews were naturalised, whilst hu [...]
Full text:[...] so EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. and diseased persons, as meet the eye of the stranger in those parts of Russia. One would have thought that under such circumstances the constant emigration of Jews—whic [...]
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