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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - January 3, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals a devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. . 27. A i l. Cincinnati Ohio sanitary 3, 5622 a. M., i862, a. I f ssi. The israelite r i a printed every Fred in Ai 32 six ii Street Between main aul Walnut Cincinnati. Ohio by Bloch amp ., for Isaac Ai Wise editor do. Prop Rector. I�?Tltlerm�?tljre.? Pir anon in Advance. The a do to it a i pub idled wee ii or in German at the Oil of. And by Hie a Aiuto no but a Ber at Dollar Bod , in adv Taco f a he two pub Leat Lonn Ink a no by the a Quot of recoil f or do litre per annul in or Nhor Are i Rolf a but half those Pricer. Triv of l,fi�-rt4�,7 in a Al ther paper. Per Square of twelve la Neihof this Alz Type. It up sol Iii one inner lion 75cent9 to it in stations is three insertions is 12 months to of o for i month i 50 .6 months 6 of do do do do do 3 months 4 of advertise neat a or Hoot Chanco and paper i Var,12 Butin 0trd<. 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They for inc love become my foes a a Bat i in Prater my trait repose evil return they for Ray Good and for Ray kindness hat red rude a that wrong to Dell the unjust command. Eos do him i lilt the accuser stand when judged Ilia guilt shall Cone to a a a by Vor Prater shall Ain imbue. File thread of life shall Early break thu office shall another take to shall hid wife a widow leave ills children fit Berleau shall Grieve. A a a a a a a u 1 a a a a. A a a vagrants Hull la orphans go and beg for Broad in tones of woe a pome frag inputs craving for their must to cheer them in their Lone Retreat. A exact ors shall b s goods despoil t j while strangers profit by hid Loiland none shall idly s a a. # a 9 a a Hie helpless orphans none befriend. A it i Eyar Raco a Xii ctr their Nanie Unknow it the age next of for a amp la evil i by hi6 father wrought a a a 1 a a a a a w a Quot a. To god s remembrance shall to drought Quot we a a a a Quot b a a a a1 /. I t his Mother s guilt too boil remain and both shall lands a lading Blain before Tho lord who Beall from Earth cat off Tho memory or it thur by rib. S a Quot because to merciless of Dure. Oppressed the needy and the poor a i. Employing every wicked Art to Flay the Jan of wicked heart i my god tit eternal t help afford a a a after thy mercy save to lord i. Thai men May know thy band and own. That this Hast thou lord i done alone. # j9 Carse they bless then. To shame shall to their a icing mine to Joy in thee. Clothed with disgrace their of n despair my food shall a a mantel Weara the lord my Mouth shall Praise in song. Exalting him amid Tho throng for he beside ill Pool Hall stand to Bave blazon from hostile Brand. A t a London a Irith chronicles mall a i e i. -4_ a a a the hebrews and crusaders of England. A by or. Fras Kolm. To 1 i i v he listed to curse and burst Shalt to s to never Blee ted nor Bliss a Alisee. Cursing he like a garment wore. Water it so que or him Poun. A a a a to i Jato his vitals it shall go 1 if n 1. A and through his Bah of Ifko ail shall flow a like raiment shall it wrap him Roand and to hid Girdle Ever bound. A. I 9a�? i t a i i. R. I a i 7 r i a a Tycus so amp la the lord the foot whose spite a a a i a i a Cal a in Tat is , requite 4 but favor kind to me 0 lord i v _ Iti Bohor of thy name accords it ��?�.�?��?�<�?T4 and As thy mercies Are benign a deliver me with Power divine 9 a i a a 1 ,. A % a _ Jive. Needy poor depressed in heart like length Ning shadows i depart. A j tossed like a Locust have i been a s weakened through fasts my doth worn lean i am a by word to the vain / they shake the head and scow a i i translated exp Rdv fur the israelite a a a chapter Vii i Sti Nirun 14 what docs your Prace Nenn by til is ? a rejoined confusedly. R a Are you really not instructed or do you Bat pretend so Quot asked Eleonora. A keep nothing Back Bishop speak openly with me for i know All. Slave you noticed nol Liinar or has William. Longchamp confided nothing to you Quot. ,. A. A Well yes then Quot replied Puppy a but i can not imagine Why 3�?Tourprace is enlightened with ?."�?� Keyou Trif Lerr a she exclaimed painfully. You think different in your heart from what your Rmoutil Speaks. Of my Friend do not conceal you opinion from Rue forget the Queen Sec in my but the Mother of your Richard whom you love so Well with whom can i consult about this if not with you clod Lins Given me Anoble son born hero full of Ziph kingly though shut great stains obscure Bis Lustre and threaten to overshadow him entirely. Mighty nod grasping a , Are also his Nee and they overpower him. How will he ,.who has not or to control himself Ile has inherited 1 the passionate nature of his father and is he seized by tile Blind rage Hie Friend becomes his foe whom he annihilates in his clutches and whom no remorse will return. His thirst for fume is not quenched by victories in Battles he is not satisfied with the rank of commander of the army he envies a a the lowest Knight for his preference for personal him hear of a tournament and lie hurries there in dark Annotto break a Lance unknown to yields his Dimity in order to. 9t.ib a Low antagonist into the dust. And sets a ufos in danger a which he should pare fur England in order that he May carry Awny the Praise of a prize fighter a you judge your great son too hard Quot interrupted. Pudsey. A a a a i a a no my Friend Quot she returned i Only see it As it is. 1 bring Honor til the Knight becomes blame wort by in a King and yet All ii does not Grieve Ane so much As his passion for woman. Duca an inclination common Bim and it is even As powerful As Tilp perishable it rules him entirely it bears him on to. Throws the it mob Tofini portent business aside to snatch a kiss from a wench undertaken in unbecoming disguise Foolhardy adventures Dike. They ung Squire who wishes to earn his ,.nnd kingly Honor to flatter to creature whose veryrprcfleito6 is a Dishonour. A the War i Normandy did pot hinder him from secretly London from time ,?to which a shia rueful love affair Drew him and 1he put danger of being recognize captured and All ther advantages we had Gainell it. A i know i know Boid the Bishop pm -barra88ed.&Quot.�?��?� a but not the end 1 re tamed the or a need a of my. I a a aft it. 1 ill Humoured by �?~7�?~the disappointed girl Wom of Atli less to tier he to toothed and then deify Stid hoped for his re a 4 a 1 1 a v f in i l turn for according id she held him Knight who served in Tho Nyui a a a of Normandy. Chateau Grain who had the a commission of reconciling her with her for a i,.1 if. Mer beloved on his. Return to. London run we not a cwt to help Liim self. With Tike constancy. Of the girl otherwise that by that her Knight had fallen in battle.1 upon this news the deceived one threw herself in a a horrible Quot a cried Pudsey a -11 and the result of his unbecoming add a a a t venture Richard docs not even Hie a # j 1 a i Queen continued a for he no longer thinks of the abandoned chateau Graniri will take Good care. Not to remind him of her. A a m in % j a and Richard has commenced a new amour a a 1 a i i Thich is More serious than any for Mer intrigues for this girl should a be so Beautiful and so virtuous and Ince Hon so truly that Richard treats Iier with such respect As he does hot often How to the women. A and this girl is a hear Bishop hear a a daughter of Benedict Oyork. He a a # a a a has fairly conquered her in a g 9 a a i from the hands of an excited rabble for Ai a a of Hor fake he fought a mob of tile commonest a 1 a populace and that at a time when it Jampo filled the safely of England s throne and since thence has had everal meetings with Thi jewess for this Pur a a in a poc and Pines for her like a sighing a 11 the Bishop of Ely and i a said puds a a have greatly regretted this occurrence but we did no know of the continuation of these ,. A circumstances nor did we ascertain the Maidens . A. A. / a. A a t believe it Quot a rejoined Eleonora a for 1 Lyl a a % i i he but partially confided in Chat a Tea Grain and but by Accident that a a a % he discovered anything nearer As Jig con. A. Of use to me yesterday when i had taken him into a strict examination. This Man docs not snit for Richard lie must be re a moved from his presence and for this Rea t g on i have made Kirn cum Manger of the Strong i t. In. In Antic in York. The jewess Musk also be a i a a a a a removed but see by re i must know i ii at girl who eau Rich a 1 a and. Sec Bishop How Jib addition to the a a a a a a a a heavy governmental, that rest upon. R is a a a a l l me at this moment the cares of the Mother m 1 a 1 a 1 a a. A a a Are added i feel. The deepest grief and can not. Dispel m3f anxieties for the. Fun a. A a a a. Turn. How Riu Iii Over this a i a a a a a -�?�1 a areal Dit ,scorn of his powerful Wasa a m a in a a a Sals How shall lie crush seeds of. A a a a a f ,. J a a a a a a. Sleepingrebeliionw1>ieh at its outbreak will t v f 4,.k Al a. 1 a a a make a pretence of Zeal. For John How a Quot or i a �11 i a 4 a a a a a a a 1 a crush the might of France and thereby re a a a a a a deem the vow of the crusades when a Mai 1. I % in a a a in a in i a a a a a Den can cause him to lose All. Control Over # a a a _ it a a a himself therefore do i wish to hasten. To. A a a h is. Alliance with Beren Aara. Wha this be 0 a a a a a a 1 # a come possible to the je\ves�, Queen must succeed in. A Noflie wife, understands Tiow. Lio Arfi of Complete , will Mode 11. A a a a a a a. # rate his impetuosity Bicu Frodo ,. I Ai f m 1,4# m a Al Illa committing actions which would degrade him Bel Ore the people were. By. Up Slimy known. Until then i will watch Over Hima a a. A a a i. J a 1 a t a of 1 and count upon. Tho Asi Gotanco of 60 True a Quot Friend a you Ltd suz noned your majesty a a Chamberlain . I a i bang them hither a returned Cheque a and let them wait for u.-/- lie Bishop that i can disgust some in atthrd5 with j you ii c61 i a $ 9 a a i 1 a a a a ill a a she deft the Hall in company with pud sey arid the Chin Berlin Adin tved a Bene i a 9 a dict1 and Honda sub door where exp ten by Sta Din near the Bene a a a a a dict it rinsed it Ruth a feeling partly of cuio1 sity Wishod Aparic Talent his we Iii dered unsteadily a to u n d Escos t to a pol n to can to ins lips 1� r a 9. A a moved by t to so dad est Tea a them Jaivid i twas a whether he uttered a1 is Leo sprayer,1 or Vas calculating Tho value of the a Bril giant Fiihr fiure. Fia Dassah Owris Tih ired in silk and it vote a turban4, from which Tju Vig a Long embroidered veil which was of Broth n a a ack kind revealed the con 0 to no Ance a the e Pale Nesfie of which together Init life heaving of who bosom showed tar theye who a Long Pau a of Hadassah could no Len of boar if and tie Gan whisper Itig a a f m v j help us out. Well1,-wh at do you want speak rut for the Sake of god pc mercy Don t speak a j i i re a a a a a 1 a a a ooh. father said Hadassah scarcely audibly a i am so frightened i what can the Queen desire of us a has it Rcv r t. Abeen Beard that she in sent for jew.1 mar child a he has we bed 14 von can not a _ 1 a 1a a a now that with Eleonora everything is possible. If one would attempt to write All to. T a a j a that she has caused in her life it would make a thick Boot. A she was also in a a with her first husband the French King Trudwig Vii., a 1, r and if Richard get 4 there he wont hear his Kotlier praised Ucli for she was not the most pious 1 Titer and Ludwig wan glad when he was per minted lobe divorced from her. She then wedded our deceased King Henry who however was yet a Prince. Neither of them was very fortunate with the other but for England the match was Good Liiv she was the heiress of Guinne and Poitou and thereby Richard Hap More land in France now than the French King himself. During her second marriage she instigated tie against each other now against their father and in vain did Henry leave Berat Liberty. As you hear she led a wild life and i ,wonder, a a a if she never needed the jews for to a wild life one needs Money and w Hen one needs Money the jews Are dear charming people. Now she is again Foremost the children s Coupe she a alias firmly espoused she Isa 1 cunning As the Day Light arid now she will be the Good and pious Kotlier. Blit what file wants of us on is perhaps known to god of Money there is no want id the Treasury to which will by added the great presents which we jews will bring As she knows from our petition. 1 nevertheless ii silo had ordered me to. Appear alone i would have thought of j to now tax or a War Coo tribute in Juir the crusades. A but i can nor imagine Why you had to come along. There a a a j my Quot 1 a a a my a Little wit comes to a stand still. Only a a a a j # a this much i know it is nothing a Jodi god be a with and help us safely away from Here. But be careful of every word if you should have to specie with,hcr., a ooh father/1 she sobbed. A i no a1 a a i a a # j i Cady Boun easy and your warning makes m it Phil More timid1 a a Don t be a fool my Darling he returned. Whit go do is anxiety your bashfulness collect All your wit together pay attention if she Speaks with you Quot a Tipper i a to a ii. L Ril i Jav. I. Briefly and with judgment not one word too much arid Trust in i pome rulers one not Cessor. 1 a a gods Blessing upon oar Fin la who. Ched happily surprised. All tiles of fear suddenly vanishing a the to Etc who woe a with hid Bertah t a David pro tee to shield and preserve Bur a urious a a the lion hearted. The lying of Kings re pfc him Long life guard a Bim from All Hanron re tick or pain. Lay the n of ions at is tet Humble his Emles before Bim Ahu Fet him amp succeed in All his undertakings.1 a a and Jojou most honorable sir and Bishop How can a poor jew thank you a bloat Sybil Condo Redd a it be a the e deliverer of so j of Ful of Ine Sage a i know not a what to say i know not How to Frame my words before s6 High a person a Boc Coin a a Mand to As Tanh Afi god Bohld bless to 3 Quot of father a a a Quot i a that he will gite me Joy i a Btl a Rte whispered boned ii �?��?T4.lwiiy through my Only Yahild Hrej x a ind at your do you speak so hero Walls have ears j service a even tis you leak the Day a will not thames yesterday a a a Chere vre Aron Ihei Iona Den Aud May a god be too 6iirly or the right Poe late,1 if you will e cbniesl�?4he sleeps not to i he of Israel it my a. _ % a. ,1 a. A 1 # a a a 1 a w i 11 i pro of u n j is t Bow Sta Cher and Daigh ter received the entering Bishop of Bur Liam this personage irame lately cast his eyes upon the trembling Maiden whose Beauty surprised him he gazed upon her awhile during which he a remained standing id the Centre of tie Ipar Lineni suddenly he turned and Beck nod to the jew who trembling by and with Doivan cast eyes continued to win g adv an cod Ain. F/�?~receive�?Tthis4 first began us in the document in which a of Infix Nat Yii a 1

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