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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - April 11, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. . 41. Cincinnati Friday. April is a. a. Cd Cit Ole dumber 403. Tue israelite print a e very i a at 32 Mxon Hetue n Mainland Wain run moan Ohio by Bloch Isaac by. W ise Bailor Al proprietor. Tar rep in Derr a no Mitin i Canoe. The l ii j ii a la i pub i Alifi a i in germ to. It i to Baim it o file my by i lie Puin uht re o a Dollar Hod fifty Cen Chin for to two Pill. Moat pm no in by to Aino or a it a. Four do i or nor in num. In air me. Preacher Are Char j by bal it of. A Pricer. Feria. Of a la Ribin it in either Riper per aquire of twelve Linos of thin ize Type up Eolia one insertion 76 cents t a co insert tone St thro Itiba Rrt Lodh Jive for i month i 3 tenths i 6 months i 12 month i 50 i 4 of i g of to of a Ivert Siemont r aril boil Charnus it Ani purer i mar 12 ird. 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Dwelling in to Sech a foil profane a that bore i should against my will of sojourn to compelled a that in the tents of Kedar still i a i no a prisoner held. Quot my enl hath had her habitation Long with him Char hating Jio Ace delights in wrong my peaceful lie Ort would rancor banish far but when i talk of peace they cry aloud for War i Amidon Jet nth hebrews and crusaders of England. By or. Fra Krolik. Translated expressly for the israelite chapter x i continued a a a have i then guessed rightly a Malka continued laughing. A Why indeed a said Hadassah.44 have not crept myself into the Knight a heart nor a need he guard himself before me. But i a a a a will not Den that i believe be seem me with pleasure he entertains himself gladly with to and comes to us so often for my a Sak ,. 44 admitted admitted a cried Alaska springing up. ,4 Liia is excellent and i a before jes tingly called him your Lover a secret Persou tiniest must have Given Rue the word a a with Apai Nfn expression a she moved her hand to her heart and Sank in fuck in the chair a a Quot for Heavon a Sake a cried the Mother 41 my beloved daughter what ails you a u be Calm Good Mother a a Sbet replied. 14 it is nothing Only a slight Pang it will piss away again. I was too cheerfully disposed through our jesting i forgot my illness and exerted myself too violently. I was Only reminded a Little that i am not yet recovered. But you need have no cares also you my Only Friend. How Pale the Good child has grown come Here kiss me Yon certainly Are not angry because i teased Yon and then i frighten you but i Pia already Quot you should not speak now,1 a said the Kotlier. Quot certainly a responded Malta a a it docs not tire me hut if it calms you i will be silent. Only Hadassah must then relate a Good Deal of her wounded Knight of Lier sighing Canle Eom Randant. Then i will listen and laugh silently for 4�?~ to me the act air is not so laughable a spoke the Kotlier 4�?~ i must admit it i had already entertained such a conjecture Winch i did not wish to express in order not to draw your attention to it. Now it is. Alas certainty and that makes me troubled. A 41 or is to me highly painful a Hadassah 14 however wherein would it give an occasion for a care a 44 child you do not understand that a replied Ciaja. 44 it is not Good if he seeks for your 44 you certainly do not fear a a exclaimed h and Assn a with some sensitiveness. 44 that you will love him a Chaja interrupted. 41 that does not occur to me i know you too Well for that. But i do not know what a Man like chateau Gray is capable of and especially against a hebrew Maiden. The previous friends of the King have Nota name for great conscientiousness and if the Queen As you have heard wished to remove the Knight from the court then this does not speak fur his Good qualities. I wish you was freed of a a i will not detain him if he goos a replied Hadassah,1 but i certainly can not Send him Awny so much the loss As my father receives him 44 it is bad a said Chaja. A a How does he conduct himself toward you a 14 attentively and with respect a the other replied. 44 lately he proposed to show me the inside of the 4�?~ do not accept thisby any Means a cried Chaja quickly. 41 it forbids itself a responded Hadassah sighing. 44 who should accompany me a my poor parents a 41 Mother a began Malka 44 your words make me uneasy. Do you then fear something for our dear Hadassah a 14 at present nothing a replied the Mother 44 and also for the future nothing if Only Hadassah does not give the Knight More Confidence than heretofore. Therefore i have warned Ber and expressed Ray scruples. One must been her guard before such a Man hut he will not venture upon a violent step his considerations for the King forbid this. Moreover As i now know How the affair stands i will speak with my husband. We will indeed watch Over you that no harm will come to you you Good ,. The company was increased by the in trance of Jossen and Rabudal both of. Whom were rejoiced to find Malka so Well. The conversation again took a cheerful turn until Hadassah who could not be absent from Home too Long took Lier departure. Jossen accompanied her. Chaja called away by some Domestic affairs withdrew herself and sent an attendant to her daughter who upon her order took her place in Tho Cabinet. So Don Joseph remained alone with Malta. 44 seat yourself near to Nie a she Quot began 44 for i have much to say to y of and do Bot wish that the attendant shall hear eager and embarrassed theyo nth fulfilled her wish and she continued a a ,. 44 i have Long yearned for an intimate a Jan % conversation with you and am glad that the Opportunity offers itself on a Day in which i am Able to speak. Only i Pray you do not interrupt me notwithstanding what i Mav now Tell its much As you May be inclined to reply to my words.�?�. 44 i owe you Many amends for disappointed Hopes and an explanation of my conduct toward you. You Are the most Noble excellent youth i respect you inexpressibly. I have recognized your Worth from the first instant i would have loved you if a my heart would have yet been free. Of righteous god do you feel what this confession costs me a yes you feel it and measure after Ray self Victory How sin j merely i value you to confide in you to. But now do not question me any nor search after my miserable secret until it another time it will revert itself to Tiru. I have sinned against god j have failed against my Parent but i am not guilty against you for i knew you not and god who created my heart so weak so sensitive to an excellency Lor which according to the propriety and human arrangement i j dare not feel May forgive me the wrong which cling to my 44 merciful god i a cried Rabudal As she stopped exhausted 4 cease speaking you destroy yourself by yielding to your excited 44 still still a said she. 44 think of my request Ani your Promise. I can not do different. Your goodness your Friendship hatters me your glance is a reproach to me. I Bai to give you an explanation Yon should no longer believe that i like a childish eccentric Maiden have exhibited to the Noble betrothed a foolish Caprine. It burned like fire in my soul. It pressed upon me with All might to show Yon How deeply i respect Yon How dear you Are to me but i had to stifle my sentiment forcibly i could not acknowledge tile truth to you. And had to Bear that t appeared cold to you. In order to make every sign which you would be justified in construing As an expression of my cordiality to you impossible. What i suffered thereby f will not say it was Ray punishment. You was revenged believe me a no. No do not interrupt me i read in your Eye that Yon forgive me. It does not require your Assurance a now first i feel myself free again i May without Reserve confess to you that i Ara your cordial Friend. I May again life my eyes aloft to you. But i have another duty toward you i must repair to you what you have lost in me if i May Call that a loss. God he praised and thanked that he has granted me this Consolation. Let me speak with you of iia Dessah. Do not Blush my Noble Friend a do not turn away your gaze Only too Long already arc you struggling against your feeling for Tho Best most excellent being under the Sun in order to preserve a faithfulness for me unhappy one to which you thought yourself bound. What am i to compare myself with Hadassah could you then be Blind to her superiority could you Harden your heart again get her loveliness her Rich spirit Bel pure nature Only she is worthy of you and Only you can make her Happy. I have observed Yon i have noticed with Joy your love for her with shame and wonderment your Noble struggle. Yet it is time that your generosity your faithfulness to Tho Given word be re awarded. Well then you Are confession severs the tie which bound you to to. Be Happy my dear Friend. Lay no More restraint upon your Noble heart.�?�. 14 do i hear right a stammered Don Joseph confused. 44 you yourself summon me to leave you dare i wound your parents so deeply ? will Hadassah a 44 calmly my Friend a Malka him. 44 my parents know the hindrance which stands in the Way a of Bur Alliance they know that this is impossible even if i should live. But we will not deceive ourselves. My Days arc numbered and this flaming up of my sinking spark which rejoices my poor Mother Only hastens my end. Do not lament me i glad depart fro Tiia world which offers me1 nothing but misery.1 Only-iay1 parents fill my of Afert with agony. Be to them a son be the support of their age console them elevate them from their pfc in. But for me prepare yet the Joy of seeing you Happy you and my Hadassar. Know she is not less Noble than you she has sacrificed to me that heart whose could not conceal from me. Learn it from Roe that she loves you and hasten now to win the Blissful confession from her own Mouth 44,too. A fuck Blissful Ness and agony break in upon me Quot cried Rabudal 44 go my Friend do not delay to seize your1 happiness and to Grant i me the Joy of seeing my. Beloved Friend in your my moments Difuro precious. Already i Dee How the depressing weakness nears which threatens my existence. You dare not hesitate if you wish yet to gratify me. Grant me yet one one Joy Winch will lighten my separation. Go dear Rabudal i am exhausted and require rest a chapter Xiii. Benedict Lay id a reclining position upon a cushioned divan his Back supported by Pillow upon which his head also rested and whose red velvet cover con tasted with the Blue curtains of silk with which the windows and doors were draped. All the furniture in the room was richly decorated the Walls Hung with leather tapestry and the floor covered with a costly carpet a rare and striking ornament which might previously have graced the tent of a turkish Emir for Benedict had purchased the Rich floor cover from a returning crusader. In the whole arrangement of the apartment Hie wealth was made More Manifest than the taste of the proprietor yet the Effort for Comfort was not to be mistaken. Opposite the invalid sat Chat Augrain and near the divan a Man of Large stately . A heavy growth of hair which did not beautify him. Of the Rai Ghiya Beard which enclosed his Chin and die Long locks which Hung from his head glittered in a Brilliant red. The countenance bore beside the hebrew stamp an expression of Strong Resolution and two dark eyes which sparkled above the aquiline nose emitted a wild fire. A whoever would have seen the Man in his Black strange costume would sooner have taken him for a disguised Warrior than to guess tile peaceable vocation to which he belonged for he was the rabbi of the con Irreg nation of York rabbi Jochanan what the same time Practised the Callingo a physician. In this character he appeared Here for the first time As Nehemia who until now had treated Benedict and Malka bad been called Back to London. He Felt the pulse of the sick Man and began. In Tell me the truth do you confide in me for Confidence is the first pledge which the physician Musk require of his 14 rabbi a replied Benedict 11 a thousand pardons but what a foolish question you ask me you have Learned your work. Why shall i not confide i you would you bring anything bad upon me nonsense a a 44 it is Only therefore a rejoined the other,4 because you have been spoiled by rabbi Nehemia. This is a mild gentleman who a a a possesses astonishing patience. That is not my. a a. 1. 11 so much the better a said Benedict a laughing 41 always have no patience drive my disease Awny Over neck and head. I will easily reconcile myself to that 44 if it could be so easily done a replied Jochanan. 44 nature does not permit itself to be 44 i know it Well a spoke Benedick 4 nature however will so Long storm upon my until there will be nothing left to 41 what manner of speaking is this a a. A a said Jochanan. 44 i Tell you that you must i a not torture yourself with such Only look cheerful and Bod rag through the Winter. When once it is Spring Here that we can take you into the open air,.you have won the. Game. A 44 yes if i Ean Bear it until Spring a rejoined Benedicta but it shall first be Winter. Well As the highest has decreed it i am no More the youngest and a year i More or a year less what matters that a but for Malka i am sorry very sorry Tho Golden child what do you think of her condition a 44 we must also with her count upon warm weather a replied the rabbi gloomily. 41 what is it what do you want a a oried Benedict to Effie who just opened the door. A a a seek Mise Hadassah Here a said she 41 and seek something for the House 41 the household is a business of mine/9 oried Benedict. 41 then Anniv to nov $

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