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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - August 15, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio
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The Vafi ors from the farthest end of Oarth at Dis command ascend he Laii Vaes Forth the lightning Bis rain in torrents Down he a hours and brings his tempests from his stores a hid word their fury bight using. It. He the first born of Egypt slew from men to Liast his Angel flew vouders and signs to thee he sent thy sons 0 Mizraim i to Appal his Wrath did he on pharaoh vent and of his servants All. Great nations smote he Kings he slew shod the amorite o Gerthrew Aud cd the King bids Bali a All Canaan s realms and gave their land. into the Imi id of his elected nation. O lord fore it Eris thy name of thine Ach Icv it Mombi lord the Fame from age to age is Down the lord will judge disc loosen race a upon kid servants Cense to frown and dhow them saving Grace the Heath if idols Are of Gold or Silver fashioned in a in Oxild a to Man they Cive their being Mouths have they but they can not speak eyes have by hut to vainly seek some Token of their soeing. Ears have they but they hear no sound Hor in their Mouth is Ever mud or breath or eign of Lite or sense while Osim ensure Quito Ara those who make them or who Confidence and Hope in Sulci repose. Of hot Iboo Israel i bless the lord Aaron and Levi i bless Tho lord i be also who Revere him from Zion let the lord be bloat who makes his rest Praise be the lord and fear him. London it Tomsk Kronich ast original novel foe the sea elite by h. In. Moos the author of the Mortara drama and of Tice like a sensitive Plant from the touch and torturing its possessor with a thousand Hopes and fears till it is discovered by circumstances dragged Forth from its biding place and made to take its just position among the higher and holier passions of our nature. It was perhaps an hour Ere Julia found herself qualified for the parts Bead so firm. Uprooted by a whirlwind a but one that j night fade Wither and die like a gentle flow i or. From which the Dew and sunlight have been withdrawn. Her complexion was Light and Clear her hair Long and 6ne, of a j Flaxen Hue her nose grecian her Mouth Beautiful and her countenance generally attractive and Lovely. As she was in outward semblance so was she in inner being. Her mind was pure gentle affectionate and y resolved to sustain in the presence of confiding. In Short the elder Newton had Manlius Newton. She dried her eyes and described her. In Brief but homely phrase i strove to obliterate All traces of recent tears when he said she was a Sweet Good girl a arranged her hair with unusual care in and one universally beloved for her Many the Little Mirror before her she stilled j the painful the Rohmings of her heart by the on quitting the presence of Manlius Julia Mere Force of her will Aud lastly she called hastened up stairs to a Little sleeping Chain upon her countenance a look of Content Berk which had always been assigned her a ment such As nature had implanted there when a Lind not infrequently been the Ere love had come to banish it and cause Case she had spent the night with the new it to be replaced by sheer dissembling. Tons and closing and a olmec the door she a thus prepared she descended to the Par threw herself upon a seat and covering her nearer she approached it the face gave vent to her emotions in a flood of greater became the mental struggle till a tears. She wept for Joy at the return of ing reached the door which would admit Manlius whom she had Long secret Aud she wept too. In Mardenly shame that she had betrayed that secret to him. What would he Hinkof her would Knob think her cold Forward and scheming and despise Ber ? she would have Given All she po8seried in the world to have met him As of old to have concealed in her breast that she Felt to Hrin other than As a sister or a Friend and he called her miss Hamilton instead of Julia. Doubtless he was . And had taken this method to show her that having overstepped the Bounds of True Mardenly propriety he must henceforth regard her in the formal Light of a Mere acquaintance. Perhaps he loved another in All probability he did for he had been years Awny and he was of too warm and ardent a nature to live Long without some object of attachment. And even were this not the Case what could he see in her to and her to the dreaded presence she was obliged to pause some moments to subdue her agitation and Force will to gain a Mastery Over her feelings. At length she entered and single glance assured her much to her Relief thatt Heob Jet alike of her love an dread was not there. But two persons were present her motherland Eugene English and drawing a Long Brea Thot , and Ossher turned some a what abruptly to close the door she Felt she was truly herself o uce More. A you Are rather tardy in making your appearance Julia a chided her Mother a mild pleasant looking Middle aged lady. A my daughter or. English a she added turn ing to that gentleman. V Manyva Luab o poems or. H. M. Moos of. 5, Bove All other ? particularly after con Savannah lenn., has int ten an on maj herself in a manner so unbecoming and very interesting novel for Hie israelite Morf. Do snip her or if not. Which we will begin to publish Early in september gentlemen who wish to possess a a most Happy to make Youj acquaintance miss Hamilton a replied. English rising bowing and advancing to Hijra with polished . A truly a be con Jiuei taking her hand and looking earnestly a upon her Sweet countenance a feel As Tho ugh we were not meeting for the first time or i have heard the Liole novel should subscribe now for the ise Velitis. 3iilton-ne Wro i a modern tale of circumstantial evidence. Cha Tell it. Love and do us Tings. Julia Hamilton truly deserved the epithet of Lovely As applied not Only to her material form but to her mind. She was a mild of Sweet tempered gentle being thai seems to be the connecting link Between Earth and heaven a of earthly Mould and substance hut devoid of those passions Hicso often mar what is otherwise nearly perfect and Beautiful. Her right strictly speaking to the latter epithet Beautiful Many would gainsay hut to that of Lovely none. She was of medium stature and what might be termed Well formed but not in every respect symmetrical. Her face was one of those we love to gaze upon soft fair Radiant with intelligence and beaming with affection and All the nobler and holier attributes of our nature. Her features were Fine regular and comely and were pervade ded by an expression of great sweetness which even to Tho ugliest countenance always lends a Charm Bat which aided by nature As was the Case with her proves irresistible in its attraction. The eyes of Julia were Gray Lustrous and mild As those of a Dove and were shaded by Long. Drooping lashes. Feeling they expressed Strong and deep but it is a feeling of meekness patient endurance and Reliance on a holy Faith rather than that which urges one on. To combat opposition to surmount a difficulty As it wore by atom of. I you. Looked therein for any evidence of that passion which raves and rends like a madman foams and boils like an angry sea. You see through those orbs of the soul a heart that might sink under grief but it would sink slowly an gradual no he must despise Here or if not despise pity her which was equally As Humilia a a Amana Lus speak of you so Oft Iio that you seem Ting to her sensitive nature. Yes he j i j. A j l a l xxx j. To me As an old and valued led her for he was too Noble to despise and a f a a c or a. At the mention of the Nav Rife of Manlius tor this reason be had been so anxious to t a i or. I Julia Crim soned to the very temples and for introduce Herto his Friend. Of what would _ i p j i moment or two appeared.,ouch confused she not have Given to have known what she she recovered herself w thaa knew now previous to that interview thai she a. A i i a. \ a a i &d8w6r6cli might have met , not with differ and i we a old playmates. Ent feelings but with those feelings and i am Happy to hear Helas no forgotten hid under a Light and cheerful mask. Yes j ? she thought were she to go through the in the contrary i has thought Niobe of them than of his St idies a pursued same part again she would act that the secret of her heart should never be known to him. She would talk gaily Shell would laugh she would be merry no matter How much it would Cost her. But it was now too late she had already exposed herself had rendered herself ridiculous to Theon whom of All others she would have think a Eli of her. But though she might not blot out the past she reasoned she might in some degree atone for her foolish unmade Only conduct by a different course of action. He should not pity Here no id not pity her. She would meet him As an equal As. A Friend Robul nothing More. She would school her feeling. To Playa part in his presence and Only Theiu no human eyes were upon her should nature have full Sway. She could not Hope she did no indeed de a Are to eradicate the love she fellor him but she would evermore conceal it Bury it deep in her heart even feed on that heart like a living thing and c it a Sigla Lier to an Early grave. A. Thus thought Felt and resolved Julia Hamilton As alone she wept in that Little Cham bet a i could she at that moment have seen the heart of Manlius Newton All tears of regret would have been banished from Ber eyes All her hard wrought resolves would have a vanished into thin air a All herpes to Griefs would have disappeared. But such in Ita operations i consist edit with itself to retarding its advancement it English keeping his eyes fixed steadily upon Julia those Black pier it ing. Orbs that seemed to read her very Soi i. A a Troy he continued smiling a i Woi ild hav vouched to his jul to Vita. Jou Only that i know love As the term in generally understood. Is a something tit Vid and shrink ing which nestles in the resort and keeps its own secret.�?T�?T, j Julia again Crim soned to temples and then became deadly had English known her very thoughts tips been anxious to displace the image of i thus to could not have chosen a time and Rord better calculated to effect his object. We in us t do him the Justice to 6,,.howerj that whatever might have been his a Sii Oil this Point the words he uttered wire Quot rely Noc Ideth us a As regarded the so unfortunately chiming in with her own sentiments and feel Ings. A a a. V a a. A having noted for a inome t the effect of his language but without knowing the secret cause of its sinking sold deeply and All powerfully into the heart of Ber headdress Edl Gen e rid lied and said gaily a a come miss Hamilton a. Truce to this. I have not known you the Brief apace of three minutes and air Cady you see a have introduced the subject of Lyvo which to Wover Natu rally brought is i perceive ill i prop Riata and ill timed. Beside t have be right to make a aeon my dear Friend Man a. Thing of Light and Joy yet concealing it Liuasi whose communications i doubt not self in the deepest recesses of the heart and were confidential thou with 7�?not crushed is by a Sadde n blow a not feeding of melancholy shrinking from to stipulations. Pray let to hand you a scat Liole famber 423. And change the subject r this is a delightful Valley. Miss Hamilton a be added placing his own chair at a decorous distance from a a hers. To me it is a replied Julia greatly relieved of her rec ent embarrassment and determined to make herself cheerful and agreeable if Only to mask her feelings a Bat i believe one is generally partial to the place of ones nativity or. English a yes there is no place like Home a return nod the other with sentimental languor a a for however Bleak Barren and disagreeable it May appear to others to us it must be Ever Beautiful for being Home and thus i a stranger can justly speak in Praise of this your native Vale you in the same ratio May be pardoned for worshipping it a a nay not quite that or. English a said a. Julia with a smile a for Quot she continued solemnly and with great simplicity a we Are permitted to worship none other but god a a. Eugene seemed struck with her words and manner and quickly rejoined a nay you must not take my language literally miss Hamilton. I spoke comparatively for i agree with you that god alone is entitled to the hearts a i like Jou or. English for that sentiment a a chimed in mrs. Hamilton who since introducing Julia to him bad been Busy at one of the windows disentangling skein of silk and who in consequence had Only overheard the latter portion of their conversation while resuming her seat a a i love to hear Young persons talk reverently of the creator from whom flow All our manifold blessings and setting aside the sinfulness thereof there is nothing in my opinion lower and More degrading than profanity. Are you a member of any Church or. English 7 a a a a i am not Quot replied Eugene colouring a a though i Trust in god i worse at heart than Many who a a a Public profession is a Good thing if Only for example Quot replied the Matron peering at Uges Eph a her glasses a and As you seem religiously Lei cloned i Hope your in fluence in this Way upon your associates and Community will not Long be now to suppose Eugene English religiously inclined was to suppose a Man in love with god and mammon it the same time and those who know him Best would have been the very last to accuse him of such a thing though were hypocritical expressions of piety necessary to Advance his interest we regret to say they were not Likely to be Long wanting. The topic of conversation now became a religious one which was for several minutes carried on Between English and mrs. Ham Ikon Julia taking no part and judging by her abstracted air heeding nothing that was said a at length a pause ensued and mrs. Hamilton asking to be excused a few minutes quilted the room leaving Eugene and Julia tete a tete a you seem dejected miss Hamilton a said English turning to her with a respectful air and speaking in a Low Bland and rather sympathetic tone. A a me 7 i dejected ? a a answered Julia storting and colouring. A a of no you must he mistaken Why should i be dejected ? a a excuse me i perhaps i was mistaken a replied English in the same Low Bland tone evidently intending to Render himself agreeable a a but i noticed you were looking Pale and Onetho Ugboc i heard you sigh j wonder where our Mutual Friend Manlius can have gone ? a. As he said this he fixed his eyes keenly upon Julia a contend cd though without appearing to do so and being Quick of penetration he saw in flush to convince him of what he had before suspected namely that something had passed Between her and Manlius which she wished to conceal. Now Eugene was selfish land worldly and though he called Manlius his Friend Jet Friendship ii his View was Only a Hume and should at 1 times be Sab Fifick it
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