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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - August 13, 1869, Cincinnati, OhioNitro israelite much greater extent affect the still More Mobile Ocean of nth Daft at Moelber which covers the whole surface of our planet and if the Moon produce tides and currents a the atmosphere must it not to an important degree affect the weather which is so largely dependent upon the currents movements and disturbances in the atmosphere in truth although to get recent dictum of science ignoring the old belief and denying that the Moon has any influence upon the weather has not yet been formally revoked it is easy to see that to team begin to falter in Belr doctrine. And Well they May. A whole hot of facts Are a Rosy de against them. Professor Palmier who Hasso Daely studied the varying Phenomena of Vesuvius declares that there is a perceptible relation Between the phases of the Moon and the developments of volcanic action. Any one too who has lived in the South or even sailed on the Mediterranean May have noticed How carefully sleepers in the open air guard their head Ana face against the rays or the mood he May even Nave seen instances of the injurious consequences in the form of Ophthalmia and other ills which attend the neglect of such precautions. In fld Lauifi Well known that meat expose to the Moon rays immediately Putre fies. Some of these facts indicate a lunar action More Subtle than science can a yet account for. But the Moons influence on the weather 1� perfectly intelligible on this ground if no other that it produces tides and currents in the atmosphere just As it does in the less Mobile Ocean. But thou when menus life 1� dark and dreary when afflictions round him come when with toll Hie he set grew weary and Mascare for a Orne tweet Home of if bet Charm it there to wakes Hope within Tat heaving breast a tit not words to kindly poker that will give hit tired heart rest but of woman it it thou when Man a life is Here Moet ended when deaf i nowt Mark his brow. Whan a Rey hair with slivers blended when his form is stooping loft of who then will be beside him Grant Bis every want who will take his hand and guide him who la support him when he a faint who of woman 1 who but Thouin Jerusalem the jews at Jerusalem number about 8,000, and Are divided into l the sephardi so or Spanish jews who Are said to be descendants of exiles from Spain who arrived it the Days of Ferdinand and Isabella 2 the ask Nazim or jews of polish and German origin subdivided into various sects such As Peru Shih or pharisees has Editn or Piona who Are very enthusiastic and fanatical. They Are almost All settlers from Europe. They live on the alms of european societies who sometimes in mistaken Zeal Send poor jews to their ancient land and support them by subscription. Some came of their own Accord from a desire to be burled in the Valley of Jehoshaphat now almost paved Over with hebrew tombstones where jewish tradition says the resurrection and judgment will take place. The Conse Neuce of this artificial colonization is that the jewish inhabitants of the holy City Ard a degraded set of Idle paupers. The funds sent from Europe Are much abused by the rabbits who keep the Lions share for themselves and the poorer people Are Content to live on a miserable Dole rather than labor for their bread. Schemes have been tried to encourage them to cultivate the soil by obtaining Grants of land for the Dan but the idleness of the jews themselves has hitherto frustrated i this praiseworthy attempt. Sir Moses Montefiore was instrumental in building for them schools and houses and a Mill outside the. City near Birket is Sultan or lower Pool of Gihon but his charitable efforts have been apparently wasted on so ungrateful and Lazy a people. Their outward appearance is not repossessing they Are generally Pale Haggard and thin. Most of them have fair hair which they Wear in two Long twisted a curls hanging Down Over their ears. The poorer people Are dressed in Long garments of striped stuff with Black Felt hats on their Heads. The rabbits Wear Loose Black Robes and a Large can of fur
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