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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - April 18, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio R Rnea weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. . 42.Cincinnati, Ohio Friday april is 5622, a. Iu., 1s62, a. C. Whole in urn be r 406. The israelite Prate j every idly at 32 i Xii Between a main and Walnut Cincinnati. Ohio by Roc to a ., Isaac i. Vise de i it or amp proprietor. Term three dollars p r mourn. To Advance. The Deborah is pub Zahed a Vor sly. In Cor Man at Tho Fame office and by the Dane push her at que Dollar and fifty nil Vinco r be i to publication a taken by Tho same person four do i irs per an no in in Advance. Preachers Are Char a Lur half those Price. Tem of advertising in either paper per Square of twelve lines of this size Type it up solid one insertion 75cents two insertions 81 three insertions i i month i 3 months i months i 12 months i 50 i 4 of j o of to of advertisement without hindi in i Peper i year 12 hallows cart toot exceed in is x i id 6 in blah 61 la either p id or if p i bin hid Iii both papers the Iacre will and a ump with in nor Eon i off Book printing in English. Orman and hebrew �?xe-Cuca-1 porn Rapaly and a Vorva i a it in to in of printing in English of both think a will received and executed with Rrecti--8�. Noun and dispatch. Communia i Iowa n i nor or a mpr a it a a Lan Hiim be writ ton a but goo dido of i to , and in a Plain legible hand. In Maclane superintendent. A a s. N. Agents tile israelite Aud Deborah. have kindly consented to act As our agents n. Straits i Carrolton . Boston. M. A adder new Haven. Conn. A Komi nor Dart Fri a in. Herman 41 Warren now York. Moses Shle it to of so loan bros., do s. 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Who heaven and Earth Lias made a Tea he my cause defends. And never shall my fool he moved Wakeful he has Ever proved who thee in safety keeps j to tie that Over Israel Lias watched so Long and watched so Well nor shuts his Eye nor sleeps. Th1 eternal hath thy keeper been the lord is thy protecting screen of thy right Liand outspread by Day the Sun shall never smite. Nor a Cali the Moon affect by night with hurtful rays thy head. The eternal will uphold thee still a thy son preserve from every ill the lord will As of Yore thy going out thy coming in. Protect from harm and cleanse from sin hence Forward evermore. London Jervah chronicle. A romantic. By Simon when darkness o or the Earth is spread when All the people Are in bed when in the town there a Nota Light then hear it All a then it is night the hebrews and crusaders of England. By or. Fran Kolm. Translated expressly the israelite chapter n i 11.�? continued 41 Well will Tell you still More news said chateau Gray 11 and something which is not generally known even in London. The King has not gone to Normandy merely on account of the preparation the crusades. He has yet another purpose. King William of Sicily his brother in Law is sick and lays hopelessly there a according to All probability to is at this instant no More with the 44 what one does not hear All but Seldom something Good Quot Benedict interrupted. A a a then Queen Johanna is a widow yes Yea so goes it in this inconstant world the brother receives a Crown the sister loses now a stranger comes As King in the of Feavai the German King Henry. He has once married shrewdly he can rejoice now and the Pope will be angry. In Rome they did not like to Soo the marriage with Constance but what cares Henry that. He has carried out his Point. It will also be unpleasant our Richard and be will certainly invite the sister to Retarn to England. But Why should he therefore go to Normandy a 1 14 of he wished to care nothing further than the kingly widow Quot replied chateau Grain u he might certainly remain in London. However the succession to the throne in Sicily does not stand so firm As you believe and the German King May perhaps have miscalculated i 41 what do you 6ay a cried Benedict surprised. 11 a pretender has been found on whom they had not thought until now a the other continued. 41 i know not if it is known to you that the father of the now probably dead King William the first wis the youngest son of King Rogers and Only reached the throne through the decease of the elder 44 certainly it is known to me a rejoined Benedict. 44 when King Rogers died he Only left two children. William and Constance. Whereby William became Kin and bequeathed the realm to his son William the second. With this one however the male line of the House was extinguished and so Constance came in. Now from where does a pretender come All at once a a a he is already Here Long since a replied the Knight 11 but none believed he would make such bold claims and bold him satisfied. One of the deceased elder sons of Rogers left namely a natural son Tankred Earl of Lecce. This one who lately became sicilian commander in chief has in silence made himself a Large party which overlooks the stain of his birth and wishes to elevate him to the throne. Romish influence and dislike against the German King May work equally in it the numerous Saracenia population of the Island is also w on Tankred and Henry will have trouble in making Good the right of his con sort 11 14 Well Here we have it Quot cried Jochanan 44 the War is 44 but i still do not understand a said Benedict 44 How that is connected with Richard s 14 cunning master Benedict a replied chateau rain 44 Are you not capable of explaining that to yourself where there is a quarrel there is always something to be won by a courageous person and where standing rights Are contested the most Remote claim can be Given out a new right if Only the Power to support it is equal to the boldness of the demand of Richard can move the King of France to support him or at least not to go against him he has now an Opportunity from which he can draw Tho greatest advantage. While Tankred and Henry Are disputing with Ench other he overthrows them both and demands Sicily Johanna. The army of the crusades will without this Start upon their sea voyage from Southern France and land in Sicily. What will Tankred begin if such a might rises up in his realm a 44 according to that the whole crusade might turn out the capture of Sicily ? a Jochannan hinted. 44 not that a replied chateau rain 41 Philip August would not permit such an increase of the English strength and the King who Burns with impatience to measure his sword with Paladin will guard himself from being bound up in a doubtful struggle. But he will threaten and thereby extort a considerable estate his sister and himself g re at sums which he can use 14 what does he need Money from Sicily Quot cried Benedict 44 he has enough. I have calculated that with the treasure which Jossen has delivered Over a Hundred thou a a a shod Marks must Lily in Salisbury s hands. Do you hear Over a Marks it is a fright if one names such an mount and what think you sir chateau rain How much hebrew Money is j among it god have mercy Quot i a a a a Well your re Iron its have Probo in a Bly Goto Berthat Lon since a said the Knight smiling at Benedictus deep sigh 44 As the christians must also console themselves who have equally not been Spires the Money has been gathered by the former government. Then it is natural that the King on his Side also wishes to bring a sum together that he can be less economical and As it does not go upon our income this time it must be desirable 44 his departure from England is in no Way at All desirable to me a spoke Bee dict. Who so a asked the Knight. How can you even ask that Noble sir Quot replied Benedict. 41 How should a hebrew not tremble if the Only one departs who has the Protection of the hebrews earnestly in View a we have alas round out How the populace is disposed toward us and without the Royal proclamation the uprising would perhaps have spread itself Over the whole land Only the King they have fear. But who knows How the malice will again revive when he is away a 41 nonsense a rejoined theother. 4,t Pierc Are enough christians yet who Are not so badly disposed. Many have condemned and reelected the 41 what does their condemnation and re claimed Benedict anxiously. 11 enough of it already what will come of this conversation let us rather speak of something 44 there you have our misfortune a cried Jochanan bitterly. 44 this mistreated Man curses in his heart the infamous villains who without any cause so deeply outraged Bim Addy Ethe quails fear because i Call the accursed band in your presence by the right name. So Are the most hebrews i they take scorn and abuse from the most despicable persons and do not venture to wound their persecutors even through an offensive word they think to disarm their torturers through their patience. What Bas become of gods people who once defied mighty nations have you Ever read in old a a books the Story of our Antiquity sir Knight proud Rome was astonished at the valor of the hebrews the armies used to Victory which had conquered the world were wearied in the struggle with the Little nation their strength was lamed paralysed before the Walls of the hebrew cities they bought every footstep of the ground with greater sacrifices than the Conquest of whole Landa a had caused them and not their strength Only the eternal decree of god delivered Over to them the holy City of Jerusalem. Even Gret help us a Benedict interrupted 44 if in later years they showed themselves terrible and the emperors of Eastern Rome trembled on their throne when the hebrews United themselves with the persian King Kos roes. Are we really the descendants of those heroes now one unarmed citizen drives hundreds of us into flight with an angry word and if be swings a whip he drives thousands before him. This is the result of the disgusting pressure which weighs upon and degrades us. Through years full of misery Weare so degraded that a cowardly Servile mind Bas mastered us we sacrifice Honor and Selt esteem Only to drag on our miserable existence we have not the courage to reply to an insult our hearts swell with rage and sadness we Start Back from an expression of just displeasure like slaves who do not venture to murmur. So you have now seen my Friend Benedict shrink because i openly spoke out what i thought and what he also thinks but locks a within him. In Spain that is different. There the hebrew is a Man and has preserved in himself tile humane impulse of courageously opposing Bis enemies. There Only see our Don Abada. A he did not cowardly surrender himself he has fought like a hero and inspired the faltering ones with his courage. Had there Only been a few More that were like him in London and fired up the attacked ones to opposition then that night would not have carried away so Many innocent ones and the fallen would have bloody revenge. But thank god there Are yet men who feel like a Buda and As True As god is above us by my Hopes of eternal life i swear if Ever the atrocious scenes of murder of your rabble should direct itself to my congregation i will devote my last breath in calling courage to the hearts of my religionists and the last drop of my blood to defend 44 you speak bravely but not prudently Quot rejoined chateau rain. 44 what would your feeble handful carry out against the deliberate 44 it would depend upon a trial a replied Jochanan. 44 but it always is More glorious to fall in courageous defence and to draw yet Many an enemy with you into the grave than to let yourself be slaughtered meekly like a it is from me Quot said chateau rain they sit still and look on How they Slaughter us a 44 do you totally forget Quot exclaimed chateau gray44 that cares were instantly taken your defence a 44 on the contrary a replied Benedict 441 recognize it thankfully and May god remember the King in mercy what he has done a in our need. We were lost and not a single hebrew would have come away from London alive if the King bad not taken our part. But just therefore i am alarmed. For if he is not Here who will be at hand so quickly with help Quot 44 Well you will not require any a said chateau rain 14 ever3�?Tthing is quiet and no one thinks upon attacking you 44 do not Szy that too confidently a Jochanan took the word 44 you can not know the people Are 44 How a cried chateau rain 44 you strengthen Liq sick Man in his ungrounded cares it seems to Rue you give yourself up to an unnecessary fear and it triumphs Over your medical 41 fear a said the rabbi firing up a 44 no that i do not fee. I do not conceal from myself the worthlessness and baseness of your people and do not doubt that the whim of the first Best villain can again excite enough degraded rabble against us but that causes me no fear so give me the Only god in whom i believe the happiness to live to see revenge on those murderers As i have often wished to have been in London at that time. If i should live yet to Day that i certainly do not know at least i would not have spared my life but i would not have lost it a avenged i would have sent a pair of the dogs to perdition a 11 heavens Bow violent you brei cried a chateau rain. Villains dogs you were not born to be a flatterer one hears a heavens Sake Noble sir Knight a Benedict prayed 41 Bear with the Good rabbits anger he does not mean it so Badland his Tongue is worse than his 11 what shall the Good Knight excuse me a Jochanan eagerly put in. 44 have i then offended him by designating those villains As they deserved perhaps because ii they Are christians air chateau rain will i with an approving smile Ani an i Volanta certainly not therefore respect them As his 44 not just that Quot replied the Knight Quot but nevertheless i doubt whether it would have been agreeable to you if i had spoken so of 14 if hebrews had done that which those christians committed a returned Jochanan i would certainly have coincided with . ,. A 44 Well what will we do Quot about it sex by respect,44 to criticize a sentiment which. Would also Honor the Knight but i lament that Fate has brought you to a position which you Are so Little suited . It becomes Tho spiritual Leader of a congregation More to preach peace and resignation than to sum Moh up to but your Bishops May grasp the sword and fight along in your Battles Quot cried Jochanan. 44 is it not Trpo everything is permitted to the Christian and whoa

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