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ma●rtyrdom which Jews and Je


nken prost●itute, and sat until morning i▓n a chair, praying.The man who rela●ted these facts to me was a Rus

wesses und●ergo in order to g


sian auth●or widely known and honored. A Jew who for▓ five years has paid the taxes of the first g●uild in

ain the right to stay i●n t


a municipality of the pale ▓receives permission to leave the pale and settle▓ elsewhere.He must, however, gai

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n permiss▓ion for each member of his family through the● strictest formalities.Woe to him if a c●hild has bee

坅gic.A non-resident Jewess


n born to him during that▓ time! It cannot qualify, and it may easily h▓appen that the father must return ●to

is not allowed ●to study in


the pale.A Jewish merchant of● the first guild in Moscow tried to obtai▓n permission to send such a child to

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sc▓hool.Admission was refused, bec▓ause he did not possess the nec●essary papers.The father appealed to the se▓nate in St.Petersburg, and ask▓ed for provisional permissio▓n for attendance of his child at s●chool until the passing of a judgment in tha▓t place.The minister of justice,

  • these places, but may live▓ there as a prostitute.An innocent young
  • gi●rl wished to have herself registered as a● prostitute, so that
  • she might att●end the university, never suspecting wh▓at for
  • malities she would have to undergo in con●sequence.In course of the med


Muravie●v, however, entered a[Pg 165] p▓rotest against this.Therefore▓ the father was obliged either ●to employ private tutors or t▓o let the child grow up without instructio▓n. Whoever works as assis●tant to a dentist, and has obtained a certifi●cate, may open an office for himse

lf.●The only requirement for this is that it shall● be well fitted up and that nobody shal▓l sleep in it.This facilita▓tion is granted because of the fact t●hat in Russia there is a great lack of dentist▓s.Yet a Je

i▓cal exami

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was punished for the attempted ●deception and sent away. A well-k▓nown Orientalist, a man of sev

▓e to pay;

in that case life ▓is not hard for him in Russia,● where, as I have said, no anti-Semitic feeling● whatever exists among the people, and th

enty years, ●

had business to execute in Moscow whi▓ch he did not succeed in finishing before ni▓ght.No hotel woul

e nat▓ional

characteristics of good-nature,▓ of heartiness, helpfulness,● and politeness make life easy and pl▓easant.But woe to the poor wretch who c

d have taken h

im● in; and he could not endanger any[Pg 164] of h●is friends, for if in the frequent no●cturnal ra

annot ▓pay

at every step! Woe to the struggler who wi●shes to better his lot! Woe to the ▓lover of justice who dares to fight f●or his rights or even

ngings of the