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Albion and JerusalemThe Anglo-Jewish Community in the Post-Emancipation Era$

Michael Clark

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780199562343

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199562343.001.0001

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(p.268) APPENDIX 2: Synagogue Statistics at the Board of Deputies

(p.268) APPENDIX 2: Synagogue Statistics at the Board of Deputies

Source:
Albion and Jerusalem
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Board Triennial Session

1859–62

1862–5

1865–8

1868–71

1871–4

1874–7

1877–80

1880–3

1883–6

1886–9

Number of deputies in period (not including replacements)

25

27

23

30

39

39

40

38

47

50

Of which, represented provincial synagogues

9

11

7

13

19

18

18

12

20

21

As percentage

36

40.7

30.5

43.3

48.7

46.2

45

31.6

42.6

42

Number of synagogues represented

15

17

13

19

28

26

27

27

33

33

Of which, were provincial

9

11

7

12

19

16

16

13

19

18

As percentage

60

64.7

53.8

63.2

67.9

61.5

59.3

48.1

57.6

54.5

Number of synagogues with Board marriage licence

43

43

44

49

54

56

58

60

59

59

Synaogogues on Board as percentage of this

34.9

39.5

29.5

38.8

51.9

46.4

46.6

45

55.9

55.9

Source: Information taken from the Minute Books of the Board of Deputies.