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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - January 10, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. . , Ohio january to 5622, a. M., 1862, a. C whole number 392. The Ishak Lite tried Evary fruity at 12 it is h Street Betws of main Aal it civic Intje i. Ohio by Bloch co., for 13 a pc i Wise editor it pc proprietor. Str rlr3 Dollar or in than Advance. The orb a Tan i pull in he we by in Gorman of the same often i but ii Hiruo Dib i Hor. It Ojo Dollar mad fifty a mph Iii Alv Ine fir a two pub a cation Titan by Tho i to Poio i. F our do Itri per annul in Al Taro. Or. Fate re Are Barg Bat half Tosu Price. Tar Iii of a a Irti Iino in a Uher paper per pm Nero of Tolvo line j of Chi Jice Typo. Rot up solid one Inser lion 7.&Quot>c�? two ins it Iossi three insertions so it for i month i 3 a nth i 6 months i 12 month i 50 i too g of to of a ire to Cement without chanced and Poperl vpar�?z.�?z.,12 Bilao card. 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Low and High to Crow Jed Hall to court and Street to frown heart and Hafting feet to those who co and he re who come Good Bye proud world in going Home. I a going to my own Hearth Stone Bosomed in Yon Green Hills alone a a secret Nook in a Para Mani land a Hob Groves the frolic Drle planned whore Arche Green the Livelong Day Boho the Blackbird s round Lay Abl vulgar feet have never a spot that is sacred to thought and god. Of i when i am Safe in my Sylvan Home i tread on Tho Pride of Greece and rooms and when i no stretched beneath the Pine i where the evening Barso holy shines i laugh at Tho Toto and the Pride of Man at the sophist schools Aud the Learned clan for what or Thov All in their High conceit m Hen Man to Tho Bush with god May meet a the hebrew a and crusaders of England. Jar or. Fra Neola. Translated exp really for the chapter v i 11.�? continued a a Arine Maiden a the Queen address cd her a a step nearer a hada88ah obeyed. Still nearer a said the Queen. What Fly it str Nome?1�?T the Maiden informed her with a feeble Foice. U Hadaf Isali m repeated the Queen. 11 i Neer heard this name before. If we Are not misinformed the jewish names always have a particular meaning. Your holy of i fice Bishops leaves us Hope you can inform us what is implied by Tho hebrew word by which this Den is called. We always love to understand the idea which is attached to a name As it often assists to a speedy knowledge of Tho person who bears it. Because the person not in frequently Der pelops in that direction which Mast con a a tautly occur to him when he hears his ame called. Can you readily imagine a i a a tar be cowardly whose Paine is Leo -11 j would you expect a Pius to be sacrilegious or a Clemens to be cruel Well Bishop which picture does the name Hada Sah Wake in you 41 your Grace will excuse me if i can nor give the definition of this name,�?T1 said the Bishop somewhat embarrassed. 4 to be sure the hebrew language is not strange to me As it is also a holy one to us for the holy men of god. Who prophesied of our lord Jesus Christ made use of it and o. That is Rael Woald not have been dumb when the Promise was prod timed or Blind when the fulfilment neared. But How complains the holy seer jes nieu the it on of Amos the of know his buyer the ass the Manger of his master Israel knows me not my nation has not Thi penetration. I have often and industriously read in those holy work and especially at those Points which treat of the future of the Church. But tile press of weirdly affairs to which i subjected myself Liri Hugh Zeal fur your re a Yai son hit torn me from those pious studies to which i applied myself in former years and Many a hebrew word has escaped my 4 i Lien we must see if this child herself can give us an explanation a rejoined elea Nora with a slight show of impatience. A a Well Maiden do you know what your name implies m 44 my Riel Quot said Hadassah a Lily and blushing. 4 what think Yon. Bishop a the Queen turned surprised to pud a -. 4i had i not aright in pay my attention to the meaning of the name Myrtle i the Symbol of a Happy love i the constant remembrance of the Rao to Beautiful Wreath that Ever graced a virgins brow docs not one excite the heart of a Maiden to tender feedings and Cli it with silent desires when we Call her Myrtle Well then you Beautiful Myrtle have you already found the Man who is to wreathe the Blooming branches of that Beautiful Plant after which you Are named about our brow a a my parents have not yet disposed of me a replied Llad Ssith. A a Xot yet a cried the Queen. 11 the jews Are generally in the habit of wadding their daughters Early but your father probably has High ambitions in regard to you and you perhaps entertain proud thoughts a 14 what height could to reached by me a replied the Maiden resolutely Quot and which Pride becomes the jewess a Quot say not so a responded a a did nut the jewess Esther become Queeno that Grout realm which reached from India to the land of the moors a a a that god caused to sustain Ray people Quot said Hadassah 44 but for that no jewish girl will have the presumption to dream of. a a at least we Hope not a said Tho Queen sternly. A and of a jewish wench go so far. Let her in her mania Don the Crown of the moorlands but not that of a Christian realm. Such a dream even were sacrilege a and by our heavenly. Father would we know one head whose overstrained Bruin nourished such audacious dreams it should Fly from its trunk. No we do not believe that the most audacious presumption could forget itself so far. Even for the mistress of a Christian Noble is a jewish wench a Hadassah looked wonderingly at the Queen. A Why do you not answer a she continued. 44 were we not so fortunate a to guess your opinion a 4 your majesty has spoken of a deplorable madness,1 replied Hadassah frightened at the sternness of the Regent Bat collecting herself. 44 the mistress however is to be despised whatever Ocee she disgraces for virtue is the Crown with which the master of All Kings has graced each a to were Batter for her to die the bitterest death Ere it is torn from her you express what every Maiden should think a rejoined Eleanora in. A. Milder tone a often overthrows the beet i if cations and the flattery of thes Edu Are easily enters the heart which thinks itself Safe. The tempter stands in connection with a secret Power which slumbers in the woman a breast and once awake Over come her. You have not yet been tried therefore you Are. Perhaps confident of a greater firmness than you really possess. A Row would run conduct yourself if in important and Good Man sued for your favor suppose be was a Noble who would forget his rank leap Over toe Gulf which separates Yon from him to worship your Beauty. A we will suppose it were a King a a my gracious a John supposes what is Imposable a said in dash Ali. 44 much appears impossible and still be comes a returned Eleanor a a a King of a Lover has great advantages for a up von. Kit a in stance you certainly love your Lei 4t with All the Fervour of a subject a cried the Maiden enthusiastically 4 and i Pray fervently for Bis he Lith. For his 41 he is worthy of thy pions wishes a said the Queen 44 for he it tile Model of a hero full of Noble thoughts and generosity. A and. Is to not True he is a handsome 11 Man. A a so says the popular report a answered itada8ah. You depend on the popular report when you have in eve of your own to judge a a asked the Queen 44 do you not find Bim handsome m i have never had the Fortune of seeing him. Returned Hadassah. A a How a cried the Queen astonished a Yon have never seen him a never a reiterated the Maiden candidly. A a i had hoped to been fortunate at the Coronation but your majesty a command will keep a jews at a distance from the 14 this Lovely child is innocent said the Queen returning to Pudsey 14 or the dissimulation is beyond All a 44 or she herself is deceived and does not know rho High rank of Ber adore a remarked the Bishop. 44 by the holy Virgin right a cried the Queen. 4 we will cautiously investigate command shall not deprive you of your View of your Monarch a she said again turning to Bishop will show you an apartment from which you can unperceived witness Che Coronation , we appreciate your thanks. And now to the purpose for which you were summoned we have Beard you praised tor your skill in Fine embroidery and Are disposed to confide some work to a a it these words removed the. Last apprehension from the bosom of the Young girl and once More she breathed freely. A Lovely cheerfulness overspread her Fine features and when the Queen began to speak of her work she showed herself so intelligent and made with the most respectful a modesty such sensible propositions that the Queen and others became quite repossessed with her. And Pudsey also was delighted with her expressions. 4 you have taste a said the Queen a and neither your speech nor your Demeanour betray your origin you might pass for a Christian. Are you not sorry that you Are hot one a a a of i Felt such a regret i would through a a a a it become unfaithful to my religion a replied Hadassah. A a and this seems terrible to you a the. Bishop began. 14 nevertheless Maiden real Fidelity to your religion must Lead you into the Lap of the Only saving Church. That i a a. M Israel to which. You count yourself i i has been shattered by god because they refused salvation and redemption and its remnants Lead a feigned life which All nature discloses. God has founded a new Israel it is the congregation of believers. Thus has been fulfilled wha was proclaimed by Moses and the prophets and the scriptures of the old testament whose divinity you a knowledge must have taught you that conf obey the divine Coin Naiad if you Are Seq Vertex to the new Creed which is the coma a a a a a. A i a action of the old one if you embrace that redemption which was not acknowledged by your fathers if you save yourself from 4�?~ what shall an untaught girl reply to the Prince of the Church a rejoined . J 14 i can die for my religion but not quarrel by words. What you most reverend sir name the prophecy of a new Union is explained otherwise by Hie Learned of my people. It is not for me to judge about its meaning. I can but obey and. Can but peek for fat Lention in that path which is pointed out to me. God has permitted me to be born among that people which i anger a made an outcast under All nations of the Earth from whom however his Grace is not removed As it says even if they Are in the land of their enemies i will not disown them nor become angry with them. To destroy. Them to destroy my covenant with them i Hie lord their god. To this peopled now belong its Creed i imbibed from my earliest infancy since i can remember i feel the blessed truth of its Tench mgr which were impressed in me not a doubt troubles my spirit and urges it to seek salvation in another 14 is your feeling also. As lulled is your spirit a rejoined the. Bishop �?~4 for be Power of Tiibi keeps Down even the Freedom of thought and replaces the might of Strong proofs. The Eye which Bas seen naught Bot night holds the darkness for Light and Closen itself deluded when it meets a Ray of Daylight therefore those repugnant and superstitious usages with which your nation tries to appease the Aneer of god do nos appear so repulsive to you As they Are. But does not your heart rebel when the origin of love is described to you As an angry revenging and jealous god can Yon with Confidence Pray to that ruler who. Is merged in dark Clouds from which the lightning issues to destroy the sinner a not Tho Christian Church even 60 teach that god punishes the sinner a interrupted Hadassah. A a truly Thedoe that a returned the Bishop 4 the punishment of the Christian god is an action of love the hebrew god is full of darning anger and fiery the Christian god the hebrew god a cried Hadassah. 41 do we not believe in the same creator of heaven and Earth still if you most reverend sir make this disc tel Tion do not detract from that god of love. # a who takes mercy on the ignorant and also receives those in his everlasting realm Wop have no knowledge of his Laws. This is taught by israelis sages and interpreters of the scriptures. You however Call your Church the Only saving one and thereby express the Precept that All Are excluded from salvation who do not Rhar your belief. How Bard and unjustly comes then eve Las a i i i a Ting damnation to and tens w a a a Iii of thousands who have never been informed of the teachings of the a Church or have a not yet comprehended them. Can the High v a Iii est love so unjustly condemn the innocent a 44 hear the Little heretic a the Queen exclaimed 4�?~.she slanders a �1. R a a girl you do hot understand that a said Pudsey. 41 after your narrow Conception you venture to measure the Way of the inscrutable one. First Yon must be enlightened by Grace to comprehend that Only in the truth salvation lies and that there is but one indivisible truth. You wander either in full lighter in the blackest darkness and the path of darkness leads Inco the a of forgive most High Queen a rejoined Hadassah anxiously a a if i spoke too boldly Pardon you also most reverend sir a surely i did Nott intend to slander could but have failed through my ignorance. 44 it needs no excuses a said the Queen a u the Church is too elevated it to he desecrated by unbelievers. Still if you do not Bethink yourself of the salvation of your soul for which the pious prelate was concerned Yon will perhaps Chow yourself More thank jul for the consideration or your earthly a welfare. This to Raj object in asking you

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