Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/12 Annual report 1889-90
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Full text:[...] especially, with 25,000 or more proteges, was in this respect a constant thorn in the side of Roumania. It is not exactly known what means were resorted to by the Roumanian Government, but [...]
Full text:[...] the information received by the Conjoint Committee, another meeting of that body was held to consider the communication from the Foreign Office, as also additional facts reported by correspondents in [...]
Full text:[...] ELLIS A. FRANKLIN, Esq., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT Dr. Statement of Accounts from June To Balance of Current Account at London and Westminster Bank and in hands of Secretary, May 31st, 1889 ,, Subscriptio [...]
Full text:[...] gives the pupils a smattering of Arabic and Persian, as from these two languages a considerable quantity of terms flow into the Turkish idiom. Six out of the eight primary schools are [...]
Full text:[...] RETROSPECT. 9 Sultan directly in some of the towns visited by him during the course of last year. The Council can again, with every satisfaction, refer to those pages in the present Report which deal [...]
Full text:[...] £200.)—The following is an abstract of the Report which has been furnished by Mr. Haeem Samuel, President of the School Committee :— Two years have passed away since the last prize distribution. The [...]
Full text:[...] ANNUAL REPORT. which they have published 011 the Report under our consideration to-day. No one who has the advantage, or disadvantage as the case may be, of being in public [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—SPEECHES DELIVERED AT THE DINNER. 55 condemned to lifteen years' hard labour ! They .were, I believe, Jews. A Jewish journalist, editor of the Odessa Leaflet, was accused of having purch [...]
Full text:[...] believe that the course adopted by them has achieved its object. The Council have given earnest consideration to a suggestion made by members of their body as to the desirability of promoting [...]
Full text:[...] difficulties have been imposed on foreign Jews who, for business or other purposes, desire to reside even temporarily within the Empire. The law forbidding native Jews to take up their abode within a [...]
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