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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - April 25, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. 43,, Ohio Friday. April 25, 5622, a. Hs., 5862, a. A Waole dumber -107. The israelite printed every told in a 3? tix h , i ctn main and Walnut Cioci Nihti. Olio by bloc u amp ., for Isaac Al. Wise edit or amp proprietor a a _ a to gym a to Iron do Mari or mourn in France. Tho Debo la a h is pub intact a a Rikli. In Coelho. It Hie 01 b , and by the a a to publisher a it Dollar no. I fifty be i a in for the i to publication t Ikon by the dry. Perron. Four do i my. Ivr annul. In Alvon a pro Hen a mar a hut prices. To r,7j of advertising in either in per per Nara Oit Olva i in a of i ii a a in ? Type. Up Oli j oar. 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Stone Syraine do j. E. Is . Buffalo do , Albany do Martin Brin Roc hearer do Cit ten Columbus Ohio. A n. D. , Chicago Ihin-41 a Rev. R. , St. . Vogt. W. S. Icv Irir a aver City,1. A Ann if Jpike a a Bim so Is r. In of. No , Phil id la Hia a. It a. E. Oppen ii Al mtr. Dart lib do Heitov a nor a of Ell. Vav a do hrs and Bloom Cal irim re. Mil. Solomon Goodman , a. Julio Baku Richmond do h. Aid i. Marx Murillo Alabama. L. It flotta a. Tonew . J icon e i a Mav san Antonio to v.t�. No 7,. By to i ,. Do Nio Foi. So Natter. Sta Noad Mie. A i. , port Gibson do a h s r tic s., Jii in Amu do a a in City Cal. A pm. Stipe a Irr so a Francisco. Do Joseph la Lynn Oroville. Do Jon. S. , Marysville. Do a k. Ujj Kjorno Sonora. Dothe hebrews and crusaders of England. It do. Trax Kolm. I i % psalm 122. How did my Bear w 11 ii pleasure glow to Lear them give Ibe word 11 come let us to the Temple go a the Temple of the in thee Jerusalem shall we stand within thy gales a Joyful band. A a a a Jerusalem is a City Strong to which the eternal s tribes in mighty congregation throng when Israel there a subscribes his testimony to proclaim his homage to the eternal name. A a a for there Are set eternally. The thrones of judgment pure a Tho thrones of do Vijo a dynasty in righteousness secure. A Pray that Jerusalem May in peace for Ever More and More increase. All they whose bosoms Ioly glow. 7 with ardent love to thee. Shalt have an flow of Rich Prosperity. A Way peace abound within thy Allyl a Aud gladness la thy kingly Halls. R for their Skes whom i love so Well. my Brethren and my friends a a a peace i Willsay of wit ii i u theed Well a that peace which never because of god the eternal s Fano thy weal to Forward i will Strain. A Loudon jewish chronicle. A a a love a a few weeks ago a grandmother with a Little grandson of twelve years of age started from the House of a a j a a a a Friend to return to heir own House. It was in the evening and on one of the Prai res of minnej30j.a a do on who has never crossed the Winter has any a Correct idea How suddenly and How fearful the wind will Rise and the Snow a blow and 1 it % a 1 a a a a a a a Drift and obscure the., pathway it was cold and dreary and fearful when our dear old Hen Little toy were on their a to their Prairie Home. They were chill i a i and checked Jay. The Stream. Oak their Way. The�?�-Good.,. Becj orning drowsy flaw. Her destiny and. Tarried to Lier boy and t a a. A a a Yib of mar Ethan a Mother she it liw her on clothing from. Her bowed shoulders and wrapping ii around him Laid Down Aid died. The cold wind had spread her of Snow while the warmth of amp Noble .s6ui glowed in death. A the utile grandson was found in the morning alive though tie 1 spoke his grand Mother love and care of him As she Lay th6 Snow l. Quot a a a a this catastrophe happened not Long since in Alin nes Ola a Standard a r. Quot. Translated exp to a by for the israelite a a chapter x l contindco.3 is it not horrible,1 the rabbi continued that such disgraceful deed recommitted in the name of god is it not terrible that they Are permitted Liat. The Lack of punishment encourages to their repetition Are we not human beings like you oms not god also for us let Tho san Shine the rain fall Hie fruits grow does not god see our pain does he not hear our lamentation is such your preference to us that you May be our executioners you do not deceive us we know what we have to think of you we know that you place yourself in an artificial fury to Sari Sty your avarice your love a a a. A a for rapacity and your religion serves you As a pretest gins Over your avidity. A you scorn us you curse us you throw every kind of accusations Asfa inst us because you have the might Iii j Wiir hand to he unjust and. Finally you yourself believe the slanders against us which you have originated. A you hold yourself far excellent you Praise yourself mutually and strengthen yourself in your conceit because nobody contradicts you. Dared we portray you As we see you you woo id be astonished at your picture. Sternness and egotism. Rule you entirely selfishness drives by you the husband against his. Wife a the child parents the la forber again it the brother and Yourn Nger knows no pity no mercy what need we far brought example Tomk Only on the last War in Normandy on the expedition of the former King to j a a you have a special gift of painting christianity a said chateau Grain con Coaling Bis sensitiveness under a forced laugh. A wonderful sayings cried Benedict whom the rising enthusiasm of the rabbi \ a a m with anxiety 4 How can one a a. I a a Only say something like t hat _ what is it All of a sudden the. Whole world is Worth nothing. Go whoa one is. In anger he. Must not judge of anything. 0, Ray god what Good christians have i not already known Effie Here the Noble sir a a. Pardon sir Knight what do i place with. 9 a you Here i must laugh. But the rabbi has. 0 quite brought me into a 4�?~let it be Good exclaimed chateau Grain laughing loud. , thank you for your Good opinion of me and Willever a a a a agree with the company of your e Fie this. Time if she Only remains from my neck oth. A a a i a m Serwise for she really has Izore the air of. An old Wirroh than a Good Cliris tian. Mean Whilo she was certainly to von and her evidence brought the villains a Borcom a Nii ted the outrages upon you it it the rial lows. A f a Only do m7 idea a spoke Benedict 11 Yon and Effie what a comparison. But what did want to a ? i yes a no by you Secief Vursa rely a Good heart Are. You. Toward me a god Reward you the to tryout cheer a sick one so for i am Gjud if 1 Only hear your foot step. also my High Patron the Earl of Salisbury a a Noble feeling in and the Bishop of Durham not less. And what. Could be brought in against the archbishop a 4 a 0 a 9 a in. A i of Canterbury. That is certainly a spiritual Man who knows Justice and honors it Why would Thero not be Good humane. Christians go rabbi it is easy to. Condemn but one must also be just in anger have you known Hannah Meredith Well certainly a Jive known her Jitou have surely seen her. Often enough in Ray House and at Jossens. The woman is Good nature personified and hangs to our children As if she were their Mother a Hannah Meredith,1 say you a a began Chat Augrain a a , related to a Young Man named Owen Meredith?.�?� 14 whom you gained the situation in Tud of Hill rejoined Benedict. A a that is Lier son and she lives with 4fc Are you so closely informed of the or a cum Stancea a cried the Knight. 11 then it will surely be acceptable to Yoi to hear the latest from the people. A Owen wants to leave Tush ill. He wishes to take part in the crusade. know of birn41 Osborn a asked Benedict. No i hear the name for the first time. Who. Is that.?. Y 14 it is also a Young Man who hns taken the Cross a tile other replied. A a it was he who brought me the letters from London with the which i give you. He is befriended by Owen and therefore took his Way Over Tuthill we Cre he was informed of Owen s Resolution. He is a Fine fellow and i also retain him with me until i myself go a a a a Only see what worthy friends gather her to Dav a cried Benedict cheerful a ,? door opened and Job a of entered 0 whom a i ass a and Abidael follow j. A god s Welcome but Joss a is it right a a to come to i be at the sight of Star a a ted. The presence of the Knight seemed unexpected and unpleasant to him. Srill after a Short reflection he replied a a a a i was in the meanwhile Only busied in a a. Your a flairs i have made use of the authority which you yesterday gave to me.4 a How what say you a stammered Benedict,.surprised. A a How do you mean Bot a a a do you forget rejoined Jossen 44 that a a a you have confided to Rue your paternal rights ?. That your wife left it to me to act according to my judgment what concerned me is a done but the Blessing the children await a Quot i a a from Yon and Tho i a i can not vet at All accommodate myself 1. A a a. To it 1 stammered Benedict softly while the r Sibbi smiling cast an understanding look toward Jossen Drew Back and Chat i i Saugrain his Talmin eyes cast upon the bashful Maiden followed his example. A 14 the youth say you Bas from Bis fat a a for a a a received More for his dowry than Yon. Might ask Jossen interrupted. A a and with his office it is also certain?.�?�, the other continued. A. A Tso certain a replied Jossen with some impatience 44 that he has Only left Lisbon with a leave from the King Sancho. How do you appear to me Benedict so Long. You know Oil Nephew and now doubts does Young Man please Jav a. A a Elf he pleases me cried Benedict. A u if one wanders through the whole world j j % it # a lie. Will. Not find another such person like him. / Only a marriage is no child s Piny and better one Speaks a word too Many than one too few. �?1 then you give him .free?1�?T. A Quot 1 a a a a r a a k a v entirely free a said Jossen nth Adeep painful yet one thing to rejoined Benedict not noticing the emotion of his Friend i a i m a a a How much does he require Quot a he does not speak replied Jos. A i a 0 in sen reluctantly. A a he wants your daughter not your a a 9 a a do me the favor a said Benedict to Anda do not bring new fashioned affairs into my House. The fathers of our fathers have Al ways asked after the dowry and have done i Iii a Well thereby. To Jive requires Money and my daughter is no poor Maiden who allows herself to be made fortunate. He i quite right he is cunning he knows she will an How receive All sometime. With me i ear what i Tell you it is Over oven if the rabbi wishes to encourage me with Hopes. But my wife god spare her yet a Hundred years shall retain my Little Fortune. If you take her Spain Abe will surely also go with the daughter to Lisbon and there i Hope she Cali finally enjoy what she possesses. Therefore she must not be curtailed in anything therefore i mu9fc�?~ specially care of tfx Hadassah and. So i appoint the first Remi Money which Hiis departed to spdin�?oa8 a portion will Den Joseph be satisfied with it ? will his father Content himself with it ? 11 Well then in gods name said Benedicti while the highest ecstasy lit up his Pale features. 14 Call the children Here to me. A a a a gentlemen a cried Jossen 41 you see Here a betrothed couple happiness and blessings be with you you beloved children a the Loving one hurried to the father who tenderly embraced them and seemed newly revived from the Joy. He asked for Shiffra and Hadassah permitted herself to bed rec a a j i ted rabbi to await the Awakening of the Mother. A a a. During the Happy exclamations the warmly spoken wishes the embraces chateau Gray stood pay Ely there his Oyes glanced furiously toward Rabudal his breast heaved As if moved by an inner storm his band convulsively clutched the Hilt of his .sw.ord. In the joyous Bustle no one heeded the change in , he gained time to collect lib self that he could deliver the bridal pair Bis congratulations. Soon after be departed. 4�?~ my heart Ray life my Only. Daughter a said Benedict 141 am too weak to thank the almighty praised be he for the Fortune which he has to Day granted to die. I can Only speak in the words of the prayer a although our Mouths were filled with songs drops of the sea our tongues with shouting As the roaring Billows thereof our lips with Praise like the wide extended firmament our eyes with sparkling brightness like the Sun and Moon our hands extended like the towering eagles and our feet As Abe Hinds for. Swiftness. Nevertheless we # # a a Are incapable of rendering sufficient thanks to the you become a wife. A 1 a f righteous before god and beloved by Man. Respect and love him All your life. And you my son my Rabudal you a pure Pearl an untarnished Diamond. You Lead away out of this land full of injustice and persecution. This was my warm wish. Be to iter there Friend Broth her father there in Honor when tam no More. Weep not my hearts child because. J speak of my death. How a Long lasts a human life and what matters a few rears More or Lees i have lived enough As my dear daughter has grown up in piety and virtue and i confide her a i hand to the most Gallant Man. This happiness becomes my part because god rewards your , your obedience. God will also further be with you be will confirm the Blessing of your a father a. T a a a t i 7 a Owr neatly replied jo8ben> to i assure you of it in Tho plate of both a a i a a chapter. X i a. The joyous Flower with which the sympathetic Fate yet grated the sick Couoh of Benedict bloomed in full Beauty and her odor which refreshed the Happy father and let Bim forget All pain spread itself out till into Jossens House and seemed to work upon Malta like a strengthening remedy. Bene dict could not come to the Resolution out of considerations of his bodily condition to omit Tho slightest ceremony with which it is customary to celebrate a betrothal in hebrew families and on the a next saturday his House was almost too Small for the multitude of friends who came to deliver their congratulations and were extravagantly entertained. The Bride appeared to please her parents glittering with jewels for Rabudal who according to the custom had been presented with Quot valuable rings from his father in Law had bestowed upon her a Diamond Chain whose High value Benedict joyfully estimated and Shiffra through Tho joyous event awoke out of her stupor had increased the Rich gift of the bridegroom through the addition of her own ornaments a splendid feast at the preparation of which Shiffra had permitted no assistance of her daughter United the friends of the House and even Chaja could not fail at it with pain Benedict missed a Malkas presence and Only consoled himself that she. Ciu id taste i part a a a in the feast which should be amp arranged it on the next Sabbath in Honor of the betrothed ones in Job sends House yet Malta required no feast a a a a a

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