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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - February 5, 1858, Cincinnati, OhioMy history Cincinnati i Ian 1 h 1 i bin Meier person. Chapter h it h�?T8 flight it was a Gloriosa night in May of the year 15�?. The moot from amp a unclouded sky threw great masses of the rustling wood8,the Leafy Bill and the White gleaming Walls it out the Convent of St. Ursula. A the r nerf ii Quot a i or. A a a Quot a by z / a a a whisper if therees and the Distant splash of a babbling Brook were the Only sounds that i i mingled a with and enhanced the dreamy silence which covers Earth and air and sky late at night i very dark were the Woods around the Convent and the purplish Silver which the Moonlight poured on them penetrated a farther than the Leafy summits. A feeling of loneliness and Awe that checks All admiration they might else awaken is created by these silent grandeur of night and the Bright cold Moonshine stress a ghostly glitter Over natures a face. I the Bells of the Convent bad poured their sounds into the dark Chestnut Woods to announce the hour of one when a window in the rear of the Convent opened and the figure of a nun appeared at the easement. The Long Black Robes of the order closely enveloped a her form but beg Durga White be Ilas Well i As the it a shapely Cap were b thrown Baek and disclosed a face of wonderful Beauty. Features of exquisite loveliness by t on which dwelt the cold and severe expression of Marble a eyes of glorious and Diamond like radiance with slight but in tensely Black brows and hair of a Glossy purplish Black Hue that hung in Large and a amp in wave1 Dawn her Book beneath the upper garments All combined to give a haughty and cold but gloriously Beautiful appear amp be to Ike nun. She again closed the window and proceeded by the Light of the Moon which poured a Stream of radiance through every casement and orifice through Long galleries and vaulted Halls past the Small Black doors a Tiv. 1 a. M Tysh 1 a. Fly Fay. Of cells and the glittering images of saints and martyrs now unlocking some door with extreme caution then a winging Back an Iron grate that barred Beltway until she arrived at the chamber close to the Chapel. In this room entered the nuns As they were received into the Convent after taking the veil and laying aside the gorgeous garments in which they for the last time had been attired assumed the Sable costume of the Sisters. The garments and jewels they Laid aside were kept in no Korge closet in the Corner of the room which containing Many valuable ornaments was securely the nun taking a key from the Blank bag hanging at her Girdle unlocked it, Gap by the Light of the Moon to examine the various garments that hung from the Hooks. She selected a Robe of White Satin gorgeously embroidered with Gold and edged with White fur an undersea of Gold and Silver brocade and a Oba Talaia or Girdle of jewels which after 1 spanning j the Waist almost reached the ground. A Wreath of White roses and a Diamond necklace were taken from off the drawers in the closet and then the nun Rel Chad Tho wardrobe i -.? m h a my bridal costume a a she Maripu redos with Quick hands Ltd tips off the Robes of the Convent she attired herself in the Rich garments and jewels we Cave mentioned. Then with a proud step entering the Chapel the Beautiful woman wed to the Alfer where Polo tapers were Golden agents for tote mar acute and Deborah. Tas following gentlemen Hare kindly consented to act act As our agents. #. Bondy Albany . S. Tusk a Rochester n. T. D Rev. M. Wurzel Buffalo if. T. M. Ezekiel Cleveland Ohio. K. A s. Steenb Sereb Philadelphia a. Isaac Hast esq., n9tr Orleans. Rev h. Kut eee St. Louis to. It Rei / Rev. En0ppmi�rt pm la j. Strauss Boston Maas. Tett Sec Menao Flikki Francisco California. Kohn a boo. Sacramento City Cal. I t / ? amp h i Rissky it bao., Stockton Cal. 0 Vitt til Jonas 8. Barman Marysville Cal Proi gue. A of eaten one to bin i can Hope to be aked the Lyre with cons taw to themes Well suited to his the last most glorious struggle of Bis land like heavy curtain he has thrown aside the mists and shadows of two thousand Yei at a a it i �?T�?Ty1 Julg v of m in x Ial of and brought the glorious past a with All its heroes sages manner j i <�-4� a a a 4 by a a. V a let a a a a Law Lri a x 7 r .1 a Quot a t bar Cochuba son of Royal David s 1 Messiah Prince and hero with his Akuba a venerable form and face Ben Anock and bar Droman a con of ring band 1 1 the Battles sieges of the eared War a v the nation s last glory fall the Blo oily setting of Judea a Star a with master hand he has depicted Ell. -iflu1 Aid a tween the songs of Bat ale Anil of strife Are heard celestial strains of love and peace Mair and Ruth the Hermit noes Ltd of the shepherds with their flocks and mounts and Trees but to the cries of Acher s wild despair of traitor san Belat thy Serpent Hiss disturb the loves of gentle in Kand Mair disturb the visions of the Shepherd Bliss. H4tv a a a jew la a a a Fiffis it i you heard a glorious song of glorious things Yob saw the paintings of a glorious a a master hand has struck the Golden strings which sound their strains in a very jewish breast now judge of humbler song too severe and look with kindly Oye on humbler themes a Talent merits and of faults you la hem a song of darkness and of joyous gleams. The readers Justice and kind indulgences i claim and so 1 step before him without Pride or shame. Of Mabb m. D. , a up nature s it Jlko theman. We Bat deceive ourselves to Call time be just that ate so in their Petty dealings with Mankind of i t in he who out of Flasar of Uniti no wrong evading crime that a natures gentleman while Hia faint heart and soul for Aye does yearn for that Naii Sij s i. Viher Filetti Joys and fears Greet which cowardice out his constr shoe keeps away a ftoarraich\k4 one Pho should be called the truly just. Who scatters Alma that a tonight a generous map whilst evermore his Tongue gives Loose to slanders vile to injure those whose anal too weak to Muke a mighty Flat. Nor is it to who would offend no living Man Andy to unmoved sees him abused by every Knave that Man in whose love House dwells poverty a Hugh drove away the t Houa ands of those seem a friends that in Prosperity would a Pilior round Bis Hearth. Nor he my friends who a Tiki his Praise to him Aldno who safely rests in Ihme l arts Milwid dome Bat finds no cheering words to stir the mounting Pool which struggles hard with Fate but s doomed to struggle on in vain. A a few a my a i >1wp7< in i pm Mph up is he alone that s worthy of our Praise who boldly dares to Check the proud and overbearing i of Jug a it s ,.j� f., resenting when he May safely vengeance take por wrongs inflicted on Hin by his follow men. He is the just whose conscience even spurns the Sekeet. A i m. A h 4 in ill Wollod Hla Man lined in big if Bavia Elk be Rosa. Ii enough,�?�1, exp a enough have Baon cd Tipeti to Gia of crop Jung f High Hay a chant within the Chi soul a a a to jul to a in a a a lie Quot v a a t. Al i a a a. 1 w it 1�? a ,. 1 which with just deeds does a Mukhil Many brow 1 pronouncing him at once a Many creations Monarch j t h. M. Moos. Louisville january 188. Heart to heaven while my soul groaned it agonising slavery now for Freedom a

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