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Third List of Subscribers, 1845

PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia.
Morris Ashheim
Napoleon Goldsmith
Historical Society of Pa.
Isaac Jacobs
Mrs. Leon
Israel Morris
David Ranken
A. Stein

Beaver Meadow
Aaron Hamburger

Marcus Hook
Mrs. M. Emanuel

Mercersburg
Dr. Rudolph Lehwiss

NEW JERSEY
Shrewsbury
Joseph A. Jackson

NEW YORK, City
New York City
Abr. Abrahams
Lumley Franklin
J. K. Gutheim
David Hart
Mrs. Sol. Isaacs
George Levy
Ralph Schoyer
H. L. Seixas
Adolphus Solomons
Mr. Van Berg

Buffalo
Barnett Lichtenstrin

MASACHUSETTS
Boston
Rev. Henry Giles
Moses Ehrlich

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Professor Cleaveland
Miss Etting, Sr.

SOUTH CAROLINA
Edgefield, C. H.
Jacob Pecare

Walterboro'
C. Sampson

GEORGIA
Columbus
J. Levison

ALABAMA
Claiborne
B. M. Emanuel
Levy & Hirshfeld
Rothschild & Kayser
Saunders & Co.
 

Mobile
I. I. Jones
I Marcuse
I Rothan
D. Unger

Suggsville
Meirs & Co.

KENTUCKY
Louisville
E. Bamberger
Sol. Hart

LOUISIANA
New Orleans
David Bravo
Dr. B. W. Cohen
A. Emanuel
Henry Florance
Isaac Hart
A. C. Labat
Dr. C. Luzenburgh
J. Newton
S. Ries

MISSISSIPPI
Grenada
W. Tantler

Kosciuko
C. Levy

MISSOURI
Lousiana
E. S. Block

St. Louis
Mark Samuel

ILLINOIS
Chicago
I Kohn & Brother

INDIANA
Lafayette
A. Kuhn & Co.

OHIO
Cincinnati
M. J. De Young
F. & L. Milius
Solomon Moses
L. Tannenwald

CANADA
Montreal
G. I. Ascher
Dr. A. H. David

ST. THOMAS
A. I. Levy
Isaac Levy

PORTO RICO
Aguadilla
A. Senior

VENEZUELA
Angostura
Henry Herman

BRAZIL
Rio de Janiero
Arthur Moses

JAMAICA
Kingston
Henry Abrahams
George Chavanes
Louis Cunha
H. S. Henry
Daniel Jacobs
Louis Lewis
Nathiel Nunes
Myer G. Oppenheim
Sigismund Schloss

Montego Bay
Horatio Corinaldi
Abraham Hart

Old Harbour
Isaac Henriques

Port Maria
Alexander Lindo

Spanish Town
George Abrahams
Jacob Adolphus
Benj. De Casseres
Phineas De Casseres
Abraham Vaz

Savannah La Mar
John Segro

Vere
Jacob Lopes

ENGLAND
Islington
Mr. Jackson

London
J. Barnet

NEW SOUTH WALES
Sydney
Moses Joseph

NEW ZEALAND
Wellington
Jacob Joseph

Van Diemen's Land
Lewis Nathan

 

Our contemporaries in England and France boast that they have a constantly increasing Subscription List and few withdrawals; we have been much less fortunate, as in a year and two months we have increased but ninety-three, and have lost at least one hundred and seventeen, and at the present moment we circulate scarcely above 510 for which we can say that we have subscribers. Our loss, from our printed list, has been 21 in Philadelphia, 5 in Chambersburg, 3 in Mercersburg, 1 in Pittsburg, 1 in Erie, and 1 in Pottsville, Pa; 1 in New Jersey; 12 in Baltimore, and 1 in Frederick, Md.; 16 in New York city, and 1 in Long Island, N. Y.; 2 in Richmond, Va.; 3 in Charleston, and 1 in Columbia, S. C.; 3 in Savannah, and 3 in Augusta, Ga.; 3 in New Orleans; 5 in Kentucky; 1 in Mobile; 2 in Ohio; 1 in Montreal; 2 in Barbadoes; 8 in St. Thomas; about 15 in Jamaica, and 5 in London, in all 117. But we are happy to say that, except about eight instances, we are sure that economical motives, but no dissatisfaction with our course, were the cause of the withdrawal which we have received.

May we in this place urge upon our friends, who are anxious for the success and continuance of a Jewish organ in America, the propriety of endeavouring to increase the circulation of the Occident? The labour of which falls to our lot is heavy indeed, as the receipts will not permit us to obtain any but voluntary assistance, without running the risk of increasing a loss which we cannot afford. And sure we are, that if the subject were urged upon the consideration of American Israelites, our publication could be put upon a footing which would insure its permanency. Will our friends try to respond to this call? We hope for a favourable consideration, at all events.