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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/12 Annual report 1889-90
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Full text:[...] I. Spielman. Mr. Edward D. Stern. APPENDIX B. SPEECHES DELIVERED AT THE DINNER ON THE 13th MAY, Br the Rt. Hon. A. J. Mundella, M.P., Mb,. Charles Bradlaugh, M.P., and the President of the [...]
Full text:[...] B.—SPEECHES DELIVERED AT THE DINNER. 51 and of him I may say that there is no man who ever left the House of Commons who left behind him so many friends [...]
Full text:[...] ; let me wish that the sun will always shine upon him, and that after many years yet to come he may go down to his grave full of years and honours; and m conclusion I wish success to your valuable [...]
Full text:[...] are ignorant; where they cannot resist with brain and pen the tyranny that threatens them ; and we may hope that the traditions of Englishmen will stop the reviler—the foot shall stand, and the tongue [...]
Full text:[...] to stand up by the soldiers lifting him up by the hair of liis head. The horrors of the exile may easily be imagined when I tell you that in some parts, for three months of the year it is always [...]
Full text:[...] of then-Jewish subjects, but the Government refused the offer. I mention this so that you may then see it is not for want of funds that the Russian Government deny to the people of Israel that [...]
Full text:[...] national church in foreign countries. The Greeks and Armenians, on the other hand, though they may be altogether free from a wrongful political bias, cannot entirely rid themselves of suspicions [...]
Full text:[...] attitude stands before these children their illiteiate teacher, whom some of his patrons may have promoted to this post, on finding that he could not make headway as a dealer in petty wares. [...]
Full text:[...] by the Camondo family and directed by Mr. Bloch. In connection with the subject of education I may advert to the six "Jeshiboth," by which term one generally designates " Jewish Colleges." It is [...]
Full text:[...] in the evening, it is very doubtful whether the pupils can keep up such Hebrew knowledge as they may have received before they entered the primary schools. After matriculating, they are allowed to [...]
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