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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - July 4, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals dented to the religion history Rand . Vol. 9,-Hfo. I. Cincinnati Ohio Friday july 4, 5622, a. Ji., 1862 a. Cd whole lumber 411 a a written expressly for Tho israelite the exiles lament. By a m. j in banished from Home from the shrine where my childhood raised by Bright vision v weary and hungry the Bleak Heath l must traverse air not a. Prairies untrodden and mountains on mountains must hear my condition plaintively sailing on Tho air with a Mournful sad tone. Haggard and wan 1b my visage and ghastly the Hue of my features. Sorrows unnumbered Are hanging in mute eloquence there. A a a for a tis my country that a buffeting from traitorous creatures whiles Tho Lone exile is doomed to die in despair. Onward i still a award i a Providence dare cloth the feet of the weary. A Quot Onward still Onward were death and destruction Onward stiff Onward i i care not if pathways be dismal and dreary Onward still Onward i since Tho foe though Victor i leave in the rear. Foe to the Bravo to the fearless in Bill Rand the Scourge of the people i tyrant of tyrants Tho worst that did harass a oppress i a a soon will Mcclellan be there a to sustain thee thy lord Lings too feeble vassals unruly Loath of oppression shout for redress Liberty i Liberty i child of Jovo i Long have to watch. De at thy altars a a stained with Tho Gore of thy champions tor Tho flame in the skies. J hecatomb hallowed forever the Martyr of Justice defaulters a incense of stats , to Yon heaven applied Hart through the portals when Phoebus in radiance it in circles the morning _ Pegasus mount of Apollo and to claim Tennessee thunders lot Roll i from Parnassus in lightnings i Sci in the dread warning vengeance is grinning at Davis and at Johnson an i be. Tremble of tremble Tho bight of Tho Patriot excite a to anger All Tho attendants in Connoll with Minerva on High freemen Advance. For our country demands us to Roto from our languor a Freedom for Freedom my Brothers let us live in us die. A a a sound Bot the trumpet Obilo sections Are hurled in Cootie commotion / millions of champions will follow to the Brink of to grave i a a f heroes Havo suffered in exile and died in their Cut Katrys. Devotion a a a sons of bold fathers avenge now Tho pure Man esp Tho Brave. Numbers More plaintive were carried on Cloud Sils through Fields of Fine matter i where the just Euler of heaven sat enraptured my a amp re a Star after Star As by magic their lamps in tim Cairo did scatter still Tho Lone wanderer thrilled Forth his sad note As the Bird. A once Only once be looked Back Ore the purple gave yay to Grey terror. Bidding Adieu to his country in a language inspire whiles Over his bosom he folded his arms Felt re nurse for each error a a. Asking forgiveness in meekness then Knelt Down and hebrews and crusaders of England or or. Fra or olm. Translated expressly for Tho israelite a in chapter . A Pale from pain and shame chateau Gray of whom no notice was taken repaired to his chamber. A trooper followed him. 44 Here Noble sir Are the keys a said lie. 111 have faithfully guarded and nursed your a a a a Udall a cried the Knight. Heavens i he will starve i a a hardly rejoined the Soldier. 44 tomorrow we will again be in the Castle and a for to Day i have plentifully supplied him. One is human anyhow. But see Noble sir i you must notate angry for upon my soul i could not help it.�?T. A a a then speak on a. Exclaimed the Knight impatiently. R Quot a i have faithfully guarded your secret the other continued a a and no one suspected the presence of the captive but this morning when i stole myself away from my reveling companions with a can of wine to take to the poor youth i was noticed by one of them and be crept after to to discover a what i was going to. Do with the can of wine. I a devils and furies in chateau Gray burst out. A and he discovered the captive it is not my fault a said the trooper confused. A a but after All to does not know whom he has seen and had to Promise to my hand that he would keep silent about a the m bring the Man Here a cried the Knight i will speak to him 14 that can hardly be done a replied the other. 41 for he Bas probably gone away with the others aready. Yes Noble sir the hebrews have Given tis Rich presents we wish neither to Light again St them nor to Here we wish to have nothing to do with these people Hep also i sir will remain with you if to desire to keep me but Only As your serv it pot to Battle. Pfc is inf amies Hwy to toward the hebrews. I wish to he no their a a loud Sefc announced that the structures were Tang moved Aud driven on by inner pow. Chateaugray1 hurried into the open Al to see the events of Tho beginning. Although hundreds pulled at each Tower the could still plow Beachy and the exhausted Force had of Teri to to relieved. ,. With yonder the mass noticed that the hebrew did nothing to hinder a preparation we cd brought them the most decisive but no Stone no Arrow flew from tie Castle the Walls were unoccupied Only n few guards showed themselves who calmly seemed to View the scene which offered itself to their gaze. Noon came on when they gained half of. The intervening space and now there was found unevenness of the ground to the leveling of which All hands that could be spared from the towers were engaged. Quot More energetic grew the work they gradually camb nearer to the end Only yet a few hours exertion and it would be reached. The Wijn a whizzing in the air and a buzzing a aching tar Wreath flew thither adhering to Ole of the towers. With a cry of terror Ard of fury the workmen clambered up Buttle burning material bad spread itself Over he Wood work and the flames already communicated from Plank to Plank labor Aid sweat were in vain the Tower was Envell Ped in flames. And the Walls were suddenly occupied by the hebrews who threw Oil a sea of fire. Burning Wood arrows with combustible material balls of burning tar uninterruptedly whizzed through the air and fell directly on the towers and Aminthe compact masses of the labourers. The put cries of those who were struck the mining of those who were burned the rating of the furious men raised a terrible coif in to Sion and mingled with the psalm which Fobe old men who were unfit for Battle Anil the 9 women struck up behind the rows othe fighting hebrews like Battle song. Cran a thus 4i the lord hears you in the Day of Fois Ery the name of the god of Jacob pro acts you. He sends you help out of the Stocku Arr supports you from Zion. He remembers All your offerings the ashes Olour sacrifices Selah he gives you what your heart desires fulfils your a projects. We exult in your welfare and let our burners wave in the name of our god the Lold fulfils your wishes All. Now i know to lat the lord helps his anointed hears him jut of his holy heaven through the Wora Erful might of his right hand. Those with wagons those with horses we in the none of our god which we remember. Those fetal blend fall we stand upright and main. Lord help King hear us. When re Call Upun Yum a j. The struggle had never yet raged so violently As on this Day during therbole1 siege such numerous masses had Nestr before pressed themselves Quot together Beye the Walls and always new hordes pm erg <4 from the streets and replaced the loss of the wounded and dead. Notwithstanding the throwing of burning stuff1, the crusaders Drew the other two unharmed tories Forward but these were protected by dampened leather and people with buckets filled with water stood above to immediate by extinguish each falling a spark. At the same time archers and slingers moved Forward to the ditches to frighten the hebrew from the Walls Tod they did not Send their missiles in vain the ranks of the hebrews were terribly thinned. A a the towers were already threateningly a close and but Little remained to be dories Ere their Long Bridges could reach the Wall a when evening a broke in an fatigue caused the crusaders to cease their wort but they did not want to. Leave the place Acy of our Quot property by the rabble More and made preparation a to await the. T. A morning Here encamped upon Straw and blankets. A a a a. F a also the hebrews suspended the struggle and rabbi Joe h an Arf toned a Over from the Wall that he wished of speak with chateau rain. A a 44 he is not Here a cried several of the leaders of the crusaders to him. 44 Tell us a # what you want a 44 did not the troopers disclose to Yon our proposition a asked the rabbi. 44 they have done it replied one of them 44 and we have shown you by oar acts that we do not wish to negotiate with a a Ltd # 41 then you have heaped a he Tivy guilt of blood upon your had cried Jochanan 44 and will yet increase it if you persist in your Resolution. Consider How Many peo pie you have this Day sacrificed How Many must yet fall before violence leads Yea to the end and enter into a a no treaty with the hebrews a cried Many voices. 44 the just kill them i a not in even their suckling must escape our a a 44 you hear How we think pc it ene the Lea Der with s c o Mii 11 pm a Quot a \ e r. Quot 44ybrnwillnot see the Sun sink again just get yourself and Youra ready Quot for death a then fight with us men said the rabbi despairingly 44 but take for the women and children the Ransom Money and permit them to 44 with clubs we will annihilate the Breed a Many cried to him. A 44 then heaven avenge our blood upon you cried the rabbi 44nevertheless you shall not shed it a a scornful laugh followed the rabbi when he turned to leave the Wall. An Arrow which whistled after him missed its aim and hit the breast of the god resigned old Man who in the prayer room had wished for himself the death of the righteous. He had gone to meet the rabbi and was just about to address him when the deadly Iron closed his lips forever. The horde exulted in his fall. A the rabbi could hardly have come Down from the Wall when the Castle was illuminated by the reflection of afire and soon after a High flame Rose aloft from the Middle of the open space before the building. At the same time the hebrews were heard praying loud and to judge by the voices they a1 must have been collected at the place., curiosity drover few of the crusaders up. The towers but from which they could not look 5ver the Walls. 4 i 41 the hebrews Are conjuring a cried one in the group. This explanation of the strange phenomenon found so much favor that. The most. Of them stared in anxious expectation at the flames. A. The e fire yet burned for several hours and the prayer was continued with Only Short pauses. Finally the flames were extinguished the sounds of song ceased the deepest darkness Lay like a Shadow of death Over the Castle in which the silence of the grave reigned a. T no Star glittered in the heavens. The night was dreary and cold the Crusa Dors wrapped themselves shivering by in their cloaks. A Fine rain which toward morning the thick Clouds poured out wet the fatigued men through and interrupted their restless slumber. It was late when it became suffix 4. A. A gently Light to permit the renewal of the work and the crusaders were hastily atthe a task. Chateau rain who now As the capture of the Castle could not be doubted Dor a a a a a red not stand Back placed himself at the a a a a head of the warriors and a mass of. The populace behind a Tower and awaited its further Advance to mount it at the right time. They had prepared themselves for a continuation of the hot struggle which yesterday had caused every foot who the towers were advanced bought with blood but no opposition exertions of those who were pulling them. The Walls remained empty and with astonishment they even missed the solitary guards. They expected a stratagem and the leaders gathered a Council at which chateau rain also was present when something appeared to move behind the Walls and really several Mea could now be seen up ii them their a a a. / 1 Ca ./7 a a numbers increased and finally Negry Twell of them had Quot come together. But they and a amp Sie p up with War like courage they walked timidly about they were unarmed and beckoned with signs of entreaty. Their not be distinguished in the tumult of the labor but seized by astonishment and curiosity the leaders ordered qui h a i i / i 1 r a a f a. F a a a Eft through theory of the supplicants resounded. J a. 44 have mercy upon us seen re us our lives t a. A c a a a v and we will open the doors to you. And re 4 i a a a a a a a w i a j chive the baptism.�?�. A cry of Surprise and Triumph was raised among but one of threaders asked a a Vav a a a v a i a a a Why Are you Malone Why to not All a a a a �.#. A a 4m \ a. Appear and substantiate your. Promise a a i a. 1 a # 4 j t a a v a a 4 t a Weare alone a they cried bin enting. 44 you see All Here who yet live within these Walls. Our rabbi had taken a desperate re-601 ution and the old Man who opposed him was killed by your Arrow. We saw the impossibility of a further opposition we Buhl have fallen in a Sally upon you if we would a i in h a 9 a not have feared to leave the women and children helpless behind. When you even a 4 in in a. 0 swore death to these a mad fury seized the rabbi and he carried out a Long harboured terrible Resolution. You Are deceived in your Hopes you will kill no hebrews you will find no treasures. With the help of a few confidants the rabbi has buried the Gold and. Silver and All which Conli Noble quickly Des Troy eds Ai you would have. To upturn the Castle if you would successfully search for it. Everything else the most valuable materials stores of every kind pearls precious stones All have become a. Prey to the flames. The oppressed men however let their wives and children die an easy death a. A a a l i. 9 a j a a a # a a by their hands and then mutually killed each other. Also we were resolved to die hut the horrible a Hoof the blood running about us a realized our courage we fled timidly the love for life Grant us safety and we will join you we willbe converted to % a Quot a f. Quot a a your a # a a or a it a. The wild Immo vibrate noise of the people made the answer of the Leader unintelligible Only the words a open open i a resounded. A a a a a distinctly. The us fortunate men hurried to obey the command and were immediately torn to pieces in the doors by the furious populace that pressed in. The crusaders raved when they saw themselves disappointed in the expectation of a a a in Quot a a a Rich the. Piles of bodies they rushed into the Castle and furiously they searched a Oufa in the apartments. Their fury increased the populace foamed with anger and chateau rain could scarcely keep the warriors in Scheir tanks. After the populace had Long enough rav de in Blind fury the multitude left the Castle and rushed to the Cathedral where the clergymen were. Forced to open the archives and give out All the. Papers which the he brews. Ha4.dgposiod -which1 in the Middle. Of the. Churchy were Given Over to the flames this desecration of the Temple , the destruction of the papers brought a advantage to the mis doers but the brutal rage had to be vented in some violent deed a its victim the avarice its object taken Wray. A of the whole formerly so grooming he it brew Pongre gation. There lived Bat one Young couple who were United Bat shortly before the outbreak of the the Young Man coid not Toke the Resolution of. Striking Down. His wife. And also to Here life a a was yet too valuable that she should now / voluntarily give it up. They. Escape Dunno a tired amid the confusion of the bloody. Scene and. Concealed themselves in a Corner. A a. A a a a a a a i a j it. Y a. There they were found by the trooper the attendant on Abada. He kept them concealed during tile Day and at night convey i de i Thorn in a Safe Dis ise the Castle and the City. V they safely London. A Bat chateau rain Felt himself ruin it tic a failure of Hie projector. The of he fear ? i of cd

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