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בס"ד

 

Elections.

 

At the last annual election of the Society חסד ואמת "Mercy and Truth," of Philadelphia, the following gentlemen were elected officers for the current year:

Morris H. De Young, President; Joseph Levy, Treasurer; D. A. Phillips, Secretary; Julius Davidson, J. G. Myers, H. Marcus, and Samuel Hunt, Managers; Dr. Samuel M'Clellan, Physician, and Elias Linse, Messenger.--We learn in a note from the Secretary, that the Society is acting in union, and the funds are rapidly increasing. The number of members is twenty-six, and a farther accession is earnestly desired.

At the annual meeting of the Ladies' Hebrew Sewing Society, held October 19th, 5606, the following ladies were elected officers for the current year:

Miss Louisa B. Hart First, Directress; Miss Bluma Hart, Second Directress; Miss Julia N. Carvalho, Treasurer; Miss Amelia J. Allen, Secretary; and Misses Rachel Pesoa, Sarah Abrahams, Isabella Arnold, Hester Stork, and Pauline Cromelien, Managers.

Miss I. Arnold resigned, and Miss Sophia De Young was appointed in her place.

At the last annual election for officers of the Hebrew Congregation of Baltimore, the following gentlemen were elected to serve during the current year:

Leon Dyer, President; S. Rosenwald, Treasurer; L. Hammerslaugh,

M. Fleishman, and M. Rosenfeld, Electors, and Rev. A. Rice, Secretary.

At an annual meeting of the Hebrew Congregation--"Shanarai Chassed," of New Orleans, held at their Synagogue on Sunday, October 26, 1845, (corresponding with 25th Tishri, 5606,) the following gentlemen were elected to office for the ensuing year:

Isaac Hart, President; A. Haber, Vice-President; J. Marks, Treasurer; B. W. Cohen, Secretary; Ferdinand Hirsch, L. Hess, J. Raphael, Trustees.

At the annual meeting of the Congregation Beneh Israel, of Cincinnati, the following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year:

Morris Moses, Parnass; A. Weiler, Gabah Zedokah; L. Tanenwald, Gabah Beth Hiam; Lewis Einstein, Treasurer; M. Ezekiel, Secretary.

At a meeting of the Hebrew Benevolent Society of Cincinnati, the following gentlemen were elected officers for the year:

Elias Mayer, President; Philip Heidelbach, Vice-President; Phineas Moses, Treasurer; Benjamin Symonds, Secretary.

This Society has only been in existence three years. It has accumulated a very handsome fund, and has relieved a great many poor persons during the time.

At a meeting of the Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Society of Cincinnati, the following ladies were elected officers for this year:

Mrs. Elias Mayer, Patroness; Mrs. Joseph Jonas, Treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Abraham, Secretary; Mrs. Louisa Symonds, Visiting Committee.

This Society has been instituted about six years. Its object is to relieve the female poor. It has a good treasury, and has soothed many an aching heart.