Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/12 Annual report 1889-90
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Full text:[...] 72 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. LIST OF MEMBERS ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION AND OF DONORS TO GENERAL AND SPECIAL FUNDS. The names marked with an asterisk recur in the List of Donors to the Special Education [...]
Full text:[...] WITH THE ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. Ist, 1889, to May 31st, 1890. s) By Expenses (Petty Cash, Telegrams, Postages, Rent, Travelling, and Stationery) ,, Commission to Collector ,, Printing .... „ Advert [...]
Full text:[...] 68 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. in and out-door students. On successfully completing their studies, the young men obtain the degree of B.A. Some of them on leaving this college join foreign universities, [...]
Full text:[...] 66 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. YI.—Turkish Schools. Under the control of the Sultan's Government, Constantinople has eight primary schools, in each of which are received from 200 to 300 boys. Jews and C [...]
Full text:[...] 64 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. knowledge of the Hebrew their pupils to get a sound language. Mr. Bloch, the principal of the Camondo School in Haskeui, is the Inspector of the Alliance Schools, which he [...]
Full text:[...] 63 nineteenth annual report. certain imposts which were to he put upon the trade of such butchers as have hitherto escaped taxation. Should this source of communal income be honestly and judiciously a [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX C.—THE JEWS OF CONSTANTINOPLE. 61 rivals to the established synagogues. They cripple the income of the congregations, and interfere with the efficiency of public worship. ^The synagogues are [...]
Full text:[...] 60 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. barrier for any natives of Turkey, if they are otherwise qualified, to be promoted to an office of the State. Theoretically speaking, it appears that a Jewish candidate fo [...]
Full text:[...] 58 nineteenth annual report. APPENDIX C. THE JEWS OF CONSTANTINOPLE: A Study of their Communal and Educational Status. By the Rev. A. Lowy. Constantinople lias one of the largest communities of Sephar [...]
Full text:[...] 56 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. no arrangements for decency. Flogging is frequently resorted to, even the women being subjected to it, whilst the soldiers are allowed to practise the greatest cruelties o [...]
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