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August 7, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
A SWEET REVENGE.

A SWEET REVENGE.

IN TWO PARTS. Written expressly for this paper. [COPYntaliT.] CHAPTER I. years ago, the heart of a certain young lady beat high with anticipation; Josephine Goodman was preparing for . her first ball, and being young and happy, and Possessin 6 o• moreuver 9, bigmt, cheerful spir
August 7, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
- WANTED TO PURCIIASE —HOUSEHOLD Piano-fort es , A nt i que Chi na , Pl a t e ,

- WANTED TO PURCIIASE —HOUSEHOLD Piano-fort es , A nt i que Chi na , Pl a t e ,

&c., &c., by SOLOMON COHEN, 9, Edward street,Wardour street, and Duck lane, Soho, W. Valuations made for administrations, &c. t and damages by fire assessed. Houses completely furnished on the shortest notice. MO SHIPPERS AND CIGAR MANUFACTURERS.— _L HENRY L. HARRIS, Cigar Box,
August 7, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

JEWISh STATISTICS.—According to the Ed WOW there are in Italy 43,620 Jews, forming 68 congregations, presided over by 39 rabbis, and worshipping in 108 synagogues, the finest of which is at Leghorn. The largest communities are those of Rome (2,500) ; Leghorn (4,480) ; Venice (2,
July 24, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
LITTLE MIRIAM'S HOLIDAY STORIES.*

LITTLE MIRIAM'S HOLIDAY STORIES.*

Grown up readers as well as the little people for whom these tales are specially written, will, we believe, welcome gladly a continuation of those Bible stories told to the gentle, invalid child, " by her mother. In the manner of relating the history of the creation, thus leadin
July 24, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
ASSOCIATION FOR 'THE COLONIWION ^.7! )4114ESI'Tvt% lb thA —intot. of the Jewish Record:

ASSOCIATION FOR 'THE COLONIWION ^.7! )4114ESI'Tvt% lb thA —intot. of the Jewish Record:

ASSOCIATION FOR ' THE COLONIWION ^.7! )4114ESI'Tvt% lb thA —intot. the Jewish Record: Sir,—My spirit of deep sorrow has been moved to express my sentiments publicly • through your valuable journal, as this month Tamuz, and the next month Av, arc both days of the anniversary on wh
July 24, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

NATI-FE-BORN' informs us that ' " no native of this country yet occupies the pulpit of an y Sy na gogue." This is a confession which shauld suggest to the ewish persuasion the propriety of active exertion, in order to procure native talent for that responsible position. Whilst t
June 26, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
JEWISH TALENT.

JEWISH TALENT.

To the Ed ,itor of .the Jewish Record: • , the Introductory address published in the first h number avent o of your yt PaPor, you assert that the English Jews produced any literary work; and while you regret this, you express a hope that in the time yet to be, there may still ar
June 26, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
ROUMANIA.

ROUMANIA.

I Commission has been appointed to estimate the damage the Jews have received during the late excesses. One of the first results of Prince Napoleon's visit to Bucharest is the publication of a decree by the minister Bratiano, permitting the banished Sews to return to their homes
August 14, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
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August 14, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England