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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - February 7, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodical devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. . 32. Cincinnati Ohio february 7, 5644, a. Im., 1862, a. A tilt israelite. For Inlet every Friday at 32 six h fit Wjt Between main and Walnut Cincinnati. Ohio by blocs a ., for Iba am Wise editor amp proprietor. A a a a a a a a a % dollars Jar annul in Advance. The Deborah k pub Lilied wee in id German. At Tho a May of too. Aud by i Lime Dobaj Hor no o let Dollar and fifty cats in air Nace Forth two pub i Cathorin in Kou by the a a Perso i. But or do i Era or annul in a la Njo. Heri a sri �1 but bal Thole or Cen. Tar Rno id Crl Siny in either papier per a a mire of Rollo Len oof tiii5��� Type. Net a solid one Inser Tola 75 coat to it insertion is Throe fneertion5$lfor i Mouth i 3 ninth j 6 months i 12 months so i 4 of o of i to of a Dhoti on it changed Ani paper i rear 12 toni Ovd. Not a a King six line Olid. 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Who his lofty dwelling share stooping surveys a that Are in heaven and Earth a Quot yet the poor of lowly birth a Oil doth Praise. A a a from contempt Hie needy raises to the dignity a a of his people s lords housewife to makes a Joys maternal in her wakes children i London Temh chronicle. To the hebrews and crusaders of England. U. J a f to i. Cd by or Pran Kolm. 1.translated them Rici hts h a p t r i x. A continued 4�?~ then you still torture you Rue of with your a id cares a rejoined Benedict. 44 do not a a it a a a a a t j ?5tter your life without necessity a that you persist in5 your piety is surely right j and Good most Quot holy Praia in or Ber ,.will not withhold your Reward therefor. But if you think that with your piety you must Avert a particular danger then i no i1 1 i a a i m longer understand How to speak with you no rdc a to bring you to other thoughts. A Haft i have heard of the i shop Justiciary is known you the icing is graciously inclined to us has highly honoured Jossen and a a Blethe will accept the pre ent and receive of delegates. Only tile Coronation should past first. Also Good so Long can have patience. What then is to feared the common populace is embittered against that is nil a hat can the populace do to us if the King wishes of Well nothing Bishop wishes that do not Aggra vate it. Then will on a few weeks. Believe they need us. Of one bears them speak they would Dike to tear a to pieces to Poison us and at the a. W in j end they still can not get along without us. That is because have the head and when j they have awkwardly taken hold and no longer know How to help themselves the jew must yet furnish advice. Leave them there a a a a a fore cry they will get enough of it and then they will consider of themselves. Lieve need not concern ourselves Quot Rany the whole excitement.�?. The worst is that will not see the spent Dor of the Coronation festivities upon this Ionly say and All us Well shall never grieved by anything worse. And. Then ten of you i will get into the Castle that i undertake that must a sport for . Have you heard How the Queen has spoken with my daughter she has ordered in the Palace prepared for her. The child should. See everything she has. Said and at the panic Lime she rated the Bishop so that his heart trembled. God praised and thanked the whole Story is Only laughable and those who incite against us will strangled with their own anger a 44 with apprehension i hear you speak so a said Jossen. 44 for heaven s puke do not take this affair so lightly and do not Jet us fail of the greatest a i a a a 1 a a 44 Only Tell what has come upon Yon a cried Benedict. �?o4 at the first councils you Laboured to Calm our frightened friends and now that they have every reason to Calm you awaken their fears 4 at that time they were alarmed for resolutions of the government a replied Josson a and i knew from a Good source that from this Side there was nothing to. feared but now the most dangerous foe stands prepared against us the 44 the populace and always again the populace Quot cried Benedict angrily. 41 will riot commence with the populace and if the populace commences with were. Stands the King will permit 11.?1 a 1 a of his kelp does no come too late a said Josson. A a then it has already gone so far that you no longer hold anything of the King a scolded Benedict. �?�44 what do you think then that should do a. A i a a with Dray ourselves More than it seems 11 a a a necessary to you a the other rejoined. 4you rely on your personal influence Atcourt-7-. You tender so lightly Many persons men trance into the Castle arid forget there Bhaji caution undoubtedly several must go there in order that do not seem to scorn a 1 the offer of the Queen but the appearance of Many would excite an attention which. A a \ must avoid. The multitude is always terrible because it nets without deliberation follows the momentary impression and does not consider the rest requires but i a a a i a a a a a Small cause and the passion for wild deeds Breaks Forth it does not resist the a a 1 1 passion to disclose its might through destruction. Like a laboriously tamed brute suddenly seized by its original wildness tears asunder the. Fetters and in Blind fury destructively rages even so often a mob quite unexpectedly tears asunder the chains or the. cruelty and storms in misuse of their strength.? ii 1 a # t a. A 44 god sustain your health Jossen,�?T1 inter a a j a a at j v t erupted Benedict 41 but you speak too High i Ifor teamed brute Fetters misuse 4&Quot Whit do i with that a Tell quite Plain wig you mean. What can happen a i v t0 this give you no certain a Awer. For., who can calculate what , injustice and Caprice Ere capable of committing i Only know that the die plea Suro Quot a Fri St As has grown very Load and that the slightest incentive is dangerous. A a Are yet fortunate enough that the Der a a 1 by Are not Agamiri amp to us. I Tell you Quot it would need but a Clergyman to drop a word against As,.andwe Woald lost a replied Jossem 41 of would lost a cried the first tax guest a a my Only prayer in this Timo is that god a prevent the joining of a ,enemies. As much As hatred cries the danger is not so great so they do no make our persecution a religious affair and there Are a some Well j a m a. 1 a 9 a i meant christians who will speak a word for us but has. A Clergyman once spoken against us then god have mercy on us. A that is Iii for which i tremble. I know a a a what such of priest is capable of do you know the Story of Jeziers a 4 what happened there let us Hearit a cried several a a. 14 m r wife is from Jeziers As you know a a a a a a a a lie began 11 and there. I was married it is a a a now nearly thirteen years since. In Ziers everything was quiet hebrews lived quite peaceably amid the christians and if they also should have been on All occasions As everywhere hated despised and scoffed at. Yet it was always Quot but raillery which individuals against individuals Aud a a naturally As the sufferers were jews indulged Iii with impunity. Taking it All together however it was no harder for till hebrews there than in other places rape scially Attiat time not the slightest thing had happened which could produce a rupture a a a and really there existed in no Christian a thought against the hebrews. My marriage was celebrated before our easter and i was to pass the holidays in the House of my parents in jaw. Now on easter foil at that time so that the Palm sunday happened upon a half holy Day. It was a Beautiful Spring morning i sat with my Hiither in Law upon a Bench at the House in merry conversation and saw the christians streaming to the Church. Many greeted us Friendly Many even stepped up to us Arida a a a exchanged some words with us for my fax r i 1 tier in Law was beloved in the whole City. Finally went As the Street had got empty Back info the House where entertain rid ourselves with the women arid severe a a a visitors Orit of tile neigh Boroody among mirth and laughter. So a Good hour May have passed when the door a iwo open and a hebrew Maiden with a cry of fear burst into the room. 4 help she cried.4 they murder inel sprang up horrified but Ere could receive yet from. The help inanimate child any information a youth Hiir. Ried breathlessly in who Only with great exertion cried to us 4 save yourself the christians could speak no More and Sank to the floor now first saw that . Was bleeding from a wound in his were Stup Ifird with fright retained Butr to much consciousness As to lift up the insensible and carry him to a Couch in a Side chamber already heard a Distant or a of fury upon the Street and Ere Long a Stone flew in through the window. Our first thought was the City was surprised by. Enemies or robbers but from whence should enemies come in the midst of peace and How would robbers have ventured rider the Well defended City no it was the Friendly citizens who had hastily armed themselves for the a destruction of the brews and murder of the defenceless or. I j a a a i i a there was no plan no agreement yet on the morning of this Day no one had thought of enmity against the hebrews and the Ina. A a a a a Jority of the inhabitants had gone fur their a a it. T a a f a j. J a edification into the Church. Then the preacher mounted the pulpit and commenced age inst ? pm Rte Rayed them. As enemies of Christi Amity As conspirators of Platan a ter rial blasphemy hrs whose existence mocked the Church and 1 when . A a j a a 4 Quot a / r i a a had through his representations embittered the spirit of his hearers to the utmost a lie called upon them to exterminate Tho one Mies of their intoxicated with fury the populace Hurst out of the Church. And grasped the sword Speir and club. Of the her Rob of this Day i Jwill ? and yet god held his hand. Over us Rind protected his people from total destruction for lie allowed the Favi Ric of b i 1 t a i f a a a. A a a ones to reach tithe saving of our life. Only the unfortunate hebrews whom these met a a 9a i a in their first ardor fell As sacrifices to their a a a a a a a a a a fury and their reeking blood Rose aloft from the Earth to heaven Hereupon however they directed of Weir attacks More upon the property than the persons and maltreated a Only those who resisted them. They. J burst in windows and doors9 broke open whole number 396. A a in in f a Al in n. A i ii Mitti locks and bolts demolished everything which could not carried a Gyt and by Dyve bings of the hebrews looked As if enemies bad conquered them by storm and plundered them. My parents in Law came off Jot tolerably for in their Street but a the great swarm Jap geared the plunderers did not remain very Long and the most valuable Ai tides escaped them. But others were not of. Fortunate by Many Eye thing was. Emptied and Many were quite impoverished. To this Al to came the mourning for the fallen ones in the cares wounded one and How Many women died of the fright or its consequences. Sec you this a priest brought about a. A 14 thou one almighty god a cried Benedict. 44 the blood. In ones veins turns to ice. A a 44 How was it then further in Jeziers a a several inquired. T. -4i even the everything was quiet As if nothing had happened rejoined the narrator. 4�?~ i twas really As if j citizens had considered and ashamed but what did that help thereby the dead were not brought to life and the destruction bettered. Meanwhile i must yet mention a Nice move of one evening a Day labourer came to my. Lather in Law and a Silver candlestick which Hod seized at the plundering and at the same time begged for forgiveness for what and done then a you can easily imagine that my. Father in Law was a if had fallen from the Clouds and wished to make the Man a present Bac accepted nothing and said. That his father confessor had made him believe that the return of the article was a duty. Should i Tell you there Yvere yet two or three other citizens who Haji the same father confessor and a Lof. These brought every trifle Hack la bore whom they bad rot. It a. ,. I. 44 do you hear whispered Jossen ohis Nephew. 4\ had this confessor recognised the sense of real christianity a. a a ii is a a a a a a 4 pity i the narrator continued. 4 that the name of this honest priest was kept is tent a Comfort to to know that there was such a Man in the City in which i must leave my parents in Law As i abort a i j.i1j # i a. By thereafter departed with Ray wife who pined with fear for Ber parents. Meanwhile they left the jews in peace and these trembled Only for the return of the Palm. Sunday. And truly i on this Day. Antobe such Sermon was delivered and again the people _ a i a a i. I j j j. It a 1 a a it k t burst out of the Orch. Yet this Jtimo there was no. Respectable citizen among them Only the common fit people went against the. , indeed wit Hoot anger without fury Jonly with Ujj hjlarity7not to. Kill but . Plunder put. The hebrews had shrewdly placed the a St articles aside in timeout Little Jill Jato the robbers hands and. The greatest daipajje7was sufi tarried through the voluntary destruction a it 1 i a. It a a a i a., of the plan Darior repeated Fin. The third Yar find now the. Hebrews resold to prey in t the Tho future., it Ion peered ithe a hop a Durn with Dybich they pull annually the Sermon the to Aitio was and new. Ond not unimportant duty with Jwj Ith the peace had to a. V Law i a . Money the it a returned i Pond a a 18., what Rili ,0l?.e oot ski Fiuri and Sash him self from fear and fright?.wqqid to god would know like of pm to free ourselves Arpin his a. Certainly convinced that it is Dafer design for Money As it to. A a a Sabbath while world to Day. It quite natural. , crusaders walk about pow who have. Ninth ing to do and nothing q Jive upon. Their Heads , full of. The fir at wealth which they. Jab to take away from Tho turks but the expedition still postponed meanwhile they. Have nothing and now where shall it come Quot from prom the a a a a a a a a i a ,. Brew when yet if any troopers retain

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