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To the Editor of the jewiBh Record:

To the Editor of the jewiBh Record:

Sir,—ln reply to Mr. Marks I beg to say that the i i agtaton for a Jewish hospital will not be allowed to ' sleep, but as so many of our Community are away from London just now, it is considered advisable to postpone for a short time, calling a public meeting, or taking any very
August 21, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

. A correspondent of the Educator(' boytelita, comparing the present with the past position of the Jews in this kingdom, states as follows: :When the father of the late Count CaVour was Governor of it was his custom never to receive the Chief Rabbi and the heads of the congregat
January 1, 1869 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC CAUTION.

PUBLIC CAUTION.

A J. ABRAHANIS, (NEPHEW AND SUCCESSOE /X. to the late L. Symons,) SAUSAGE MAKER and CUREL of SALT and SMOKED BEEP, TONGUES, ttc., of 31, MIDDLESEX STREET, ALDGATE, begs‘ to caution the Jewish public against purchasing from any person otherwise than those stated below (who are th
January 1, 1869 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1869 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON. —REV. A. HARRIS, SEVERAL YEARS Student of the Universities of Leipsig and Berlin, and late lecturer to the Synagogue,

BRIGHTON. —REV. A. HARRIS, SEVERAL YEARS Student of the Universities of Leipsig and Berlin, and late lecturer to the Synagogue,

Charleston, S. C., assisted by an M.A. of .Oxford in English and the Classics, and by native professors of the modern languages, receives a few Young Gentlemen BOARDERS. Domestic arrangements under the superintendence of the rev, gentleman's pother. Terms moderate and strictly i
January 1, 1869 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
- TO BE SOLD—THE NEARLY NEW, MODERN, I_ handsome FURNITURE of a gentleman's ten-roomed house; Broadwood Piano and Harmonium, every

- TO BE SOLD—THE NEARLY NEW, MODERN, I_ handsome FURNITURE of a gentleman's ten-roomed house; Broadwood Piano and Harmonium, every

requisite for a family. The house is situated in Bayswater and can be let ' • rent £7O. A. good opportunity for a gentleman about to marry. Further particulars by letter to LEX, Burbridge's Library, 202, Queen's road, Bayswater. TO ' LET—A FIRST-CLASS SHOP, SITUATED IN 1. Shored
January 1, 1869 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
MARK JOSEPH, I GROOM AND IMPORTER OF FOREIGN PROVISIONS, itc., (Established 25 years,) Nos. 4 & 128, LEMAN STREET, And

MARK JOSEPH, I GROOM AND IMPORTER OF FOREIGN PROVISIONS, itc., (Established 25 years,) Nos. 4 & 128, LEMAN STREET, And

No. 10, LITTLE ALIE STREET, GOODMAN'S FIELDS, Respectfully invites the attention of the Jewish public to very choice stock of FOREIGN viz WINES, which he has constantly on hand, and is enabled to sell at such unprecedented low prices as to defy competition. A single bottle of th
December 11, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
HALEXANDER, • FAMILY GROCER. OIL AND BUTTER MERCHANT, 28, DUKE STREET, ALDGATE, Begs to inform his friends and the publis

HALEXANDER, • FAMILY GROCER. OIL AND BUTTER MERCHANT, 28, DUKE STREET, ALDGATE, Begs to inform his friends and the publis

that he is prepared to supply them with GROCERY, &c., of the very FINEST QUALITY at th. lowest market prices. Families waited upon for orders daily. Agent for Huntley & Palmer's Bisemts.
December 11, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
IF YOU WANT ' --. V - 7C — r.,t —jp, POR YOUR MONEY purchase your Groceries, Oils, Cheese, Spices,

IF YOU WANT ' --. V - 7C — r.,t —jp, POR YOUR MONEY purchase your Groceries, Oils, Cheese, Spices,

Jams, &c., at ABRAHAMS & LEVY'S Grocery Provision Stores, 1, Stoney Lane, Gravel Lane, noundsditch, N.E. Orders by post punctually attended to and sent carriage to any part of London. ..._, ._... . DREAD, MEAT AND com. TAKEN AS JO cash for GROCERY, OIL, &c., at ABRAHAMS & LEVY'S
December 11, 1868 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
No. 34.

No. 34.

N_EXT WEEK th,' , JEWIISII RECORD - EIVTLIRGED to THIRTY-TWO C , without increase of price, it is: already r the best Jewish medium for, cavertisements, and advantages will be secured to those tcho may in • advertise. in its pages. .The tariff of announcements for lengthened per
January 22, 1869 - Jewish Record - London, London, England