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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - July 4, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio Amp a a / it a is r a e i t e. A. To. a a volume 9. King and alway increasing stings of conscience note his spirit with confusion. Nevertheless he did not want to give Abu Dot la a Freedom it and went himself to the vaults to examine the condition of his map Uve. The massive keys could Only after vireos turning push Back the heavy bolts of the Iron doors. 41 you have chosen a Safe place of custody a said he to the trooper who accompanied him. A from Here no escape is possible a Rev plied the trooper a yet i wish you would give the Man his Freedom. Pity him for he must perish if you hold him much longer. 9 i a a have you so much sympathy with him Quot rejoined the Knight standing yet upon the a Steps a then certainly would be More Safe if i would henceforth keep the keys my. Self a a was you desire Quot replied the trooper a yet i think i have shown you a faithfulness which does not deserve this suspicion. You Are my commander and must be responsible for that which i do upon your order. But after that Winch you informed me of the events at Crainville i think it can. In do you no Good to keep him in custody any .longer.�?�. A think you so a replied chateau Gray. A a but i Tell you that it cools my burning pain to know him unhappy to leave imn to Pine away who w Che cause of my misery. The defiant haughty Man f among All the hebrews he was the Only one who boldly held himself equal to every Christian and Bra Pride had already wounded me before i Ever suspected that he was suing for Hadaa-sah�?T8 love. I wished to free him when she was mine when my happiness had broken his heart. Now that i am unhappy it rejoices me him bowed Down. Of i become furious my senses Are confused when i reflect to what Steps he Only he has driven me Aye he alone bears the blame for the destruction of his people his death would be Only a Small atonement for so much blood. Come twill see a a for the Savior a Sake i a cried the trooper. 4�?~ you want to kill him Quot a a of my glance kills him yes i Quot said chateau Gray a yet my hand shall it touch him. Come i Down 111 a yet one word i a began the other. A if you would now be betrayed. If a a who should betray me a a replied chateau Gray. 44 the flying servant ? or the woman who perhaps escaped from the fire ? whom should they accuse ? who would believe them if i should punish them As ii ?9 ? c 44 and if you leave the Castle a a asked the other. A a what then do with the prisoner a a a then my successor will undertake certainly without reflection the guarding of a hebrew whom i have arrested for heavy crimes a rejoined the Knight grimly a enough of the objections which do not startle me follow me i a a sighing the Man obeyed. He showed his com in a Der the vault in which he had yesterday prepared Rabudal s Couch. This bore fresh Marks which proved that it had been used during the night but the captive did not show himself. They sought him in All the cellar rooms. He was not there. They searched in every Corner of the Large space Rabudal had disappeared. To by continued foreign record. % Jue Dische Zebu Crift is remarkable in More than one respect. He complains of the Retro grading tendency of the age in theological matters which he ascribes exclusively to the domineering and controlling intellects in state and Church. The consciousness of the millions however is decidedly progressive. This is Moat Likely True in Germany where tha the entire loss of their preponderance with the Dis appearance of ancient traditions and time sanctioned usages and conceptions take Church and science into their service. Still even in Germany or Geiger records the the new to Raf David Fredrio Strauss on a Sherman Sssmuel Kei Marics defence for the National worshippers of god a in which Strauss though theologian in a his conceptions says enough to undermine the pie tis tical tendency of the ago. In France however and in Italy England Holland and Belgium the tendency of Tho age in Church and literature is decidedly Liberal and progressive. Let read the West Minster review bucker history of civilisation Lewis works on Hamilton s and caries let a beside the remarkable a essays Quot which he notices and be will find a new spirit a amp Kin in England so powerful Cleir and self conscious that another and better future is sure to come upon that country and the English speaking nations. Catholic France and Italy dethrone the heirs of per in lome by political Adion and literary labor is this a sign of retrogression ? modern French literature shows of research and wealth of material than it did at any time. A or. Geiger is right in maintaining s degraded to the Servile a fixity or policy. The materialism of our age presses to invention and applications of known facts in science purposes but encourages no scientific research Foraci Encey Sake. The respect for the monuments of the mind from times past declines steadily on account of their non paying character. Still in our Days the ruins of Hercula Nuin and Pompey Babel and Nineveh Wert exhumed and desert Hod the researches into the Indian and Chi-1 Nese antiquities Are of modern Date and the so called German jewish literature is scarcely thirty years old still grown up already into a considerable Library. The fact is that we retrograde not thousands Are now engaged in literature and science where formerly there were scarcely ten. A cursory inspection of the Field shows the vast number of materialists among whom the few lovers of science larger still than formerly its entire votaries disappear is right in regard to the synagogue and hebrew lore when on observing he exertions of Hirsoh Lehmann and their compatriots in Germany Hungary and Poland or on Reading our French English and italian periodicals or professor Luzzato a Peculiar attacks on modern ideas a he thinks there is retrogression visible in the Freedom of research science is either degraded to a handmaid of superannuated forms or ventures Only to whisper and twinkle with cowardly caution. In this respect much of or. Geiger we Hope he will break once More through the spider web of touch me not and speak an Earnest and firm word for Progress and Freedom of research As he already does in the same pamphlet in the article researches of this kind on particular topics touching practical life Are the very thing needed and produced so most remarkable feature in or. Geiger s first article is the announced polemics. It appears that he intends to take up the Gauntlet thrown out again and anon by Christian theologians against Judaism and Rise in defence of Judaism notwithstanding the caution in this Point having been driven to such an extent that the literature Verein on publishing or. Gruetz s history refused the chapter on the origin of christianity. That is cowardice a notwithstanding the lamentable and lamenting words of blocks c universe that we jews Are patient sheep we can hear and Bear everything and say nothing. Or. Geiger understands Well that modern Christian writers deny the right of existence to Judaism or and its literature a to boor notto be Quot in science is the question Why not defend yourselves ? and if defending Why not adopting the better policy of offensive attack ? it appears that Geiger entertains our own views on this Point and we expect something Good of his pen. Our German doctors have not yet tried their abilities in that us see what they can do. Geiger s journal should be in every body s hands who can read German the Man deserves your supported the matter your attentive perusal a Breslau. A we have already mentioned the fact that the first three rabbis were lately ordained at the Seminary of Breslau the drs. Ruedemann Perl Sand find now an extensive description of the solemnity in or. Flankers Moats Schrift this solemnity is new in Germany where a rabbinical Seminary in the modern style never existed. In Olden times the Semi Chah or ordination a judge and teacher by thenos is and the two officers next to him in rank mu8thave been quite a solemn act. But since the determination of to Sanhedrin no ceremony of ordination was established. The candidate received his diploma in a simple and informal manner. Iii Breslau however the ceremony was quite pompous. The ordination took place in presence of deputations of the Royal government the University the City and congregational dignitaries. It was opened with the 19th psalm. The director or. Frankel and or. V Ruedemann of the candidates delivered eloquent speeches which we intend to reprint in the Deborah a soon As the space permits after which the diplomas were handed Over in duo form and congratulations received. That is All right so far but the questions on cos-uistic8, also published appeared childish and ridiculous to the uninitiated there Are three on dietary Laws and two on the divorce Laws rather complicated but not very difficult to be answered. Could not they find better talmudic Al themes for examination and publication t or do they Only in study so much of Cas Ristics As they deem inevitably necessary Why just publish the talmudic Al question and not the others too so the uninitiated must ask. But we understand All that. That n All done for the bake of effect All calculated with priestly smartness. The orthodoxy of the director being lately put in question by. Rabbi Sirach he particularly that his students know the Yore deah up to and also so much of the Eben Estr As required in Poland and Hungary. It is hard to please All parties and we would not please All for millions. . Joffre from Posen was appointed professor extraordinary to the philosophical faculty at this correspondent of the a Mainzer israeli a gives or. Sachs credit for \ Sermon delivered on Sun wed against the words of the last minister of Prussia who accused Judaism of intolerance and . The correspondent Bays the doctor proved the direct contrary by quotations from Bible talmud and mid rash. Now that deserves credit if or. Sachs succeeded ii this Point after having read pm j y7 run it a fulfilling a n3�nwd\ i be Orfio Dox heroes with your self deception no rpm of no we can Tell you an univ Esal secret there is no. Orthodox religion without intolerance and persecuting proclivities in the Cor though in practice Man h always a Man Vand Many Are much biter than their Voeten a May it israelis we must acquaint the Reader pol ably premature a with another fact. Lie desertion of hapless women by faithless husbands is a fact among a certain class o our people. Some conic from Europe whee they have wife and children after they Lave got a few dollars by. The co Eversion society a England marry Bere also to desert Agah their deceived w Ives. Tile Law of the Laid provide for such eases. But the rabbinic lawgiver at present no redress to the Ahan med woman formerly the Law was inn pea a Force him Quot even by the Castinado to divorce his wife if lie does not wish to live with her. But at Prescan t we have no Means to Force him other Wise we would. Lately we r Tuo Ruk r a 4 j Token of resp stand satisfaction. Our Friend the 59th Case of tins category under Consul a. Ration a woman of Chica was deceived a z��u9 competent of robbed and abandoned by a scoundrel of that Judt so and Memphis ppr to a a. A a. Atc8 his merits description who returned to Europe. I Owensboro Well aware that in jewish philosophy now open the eyes of French philosophers to this Rich Field of thought. Emile Sausset the Well known translator of Spinoza a works gives utter Ance to his Surprise Quot in the revue Dee Deus a a bonded the article is headed a a la philosophic Des Julifs a a in which he exposes the influence of that philosophy on the Progress of thought in general. Ile thinks Maimon ides was the precursor of Thomas do Aquin and gives particular credit to Mai Nonides for his philosophical definition of prophecy and revelation. On this occasion he also refutes Victor cousins supposition that Spinoza had no connection with Tho system of Des Cartes. There is no doubt in any ones mind who is acquainted with the Philosoph. In theology of the Spanish and French jews of the Middle Ages that their influence was great in the province of theological and philosophical researches that these very men made the reformation and Luther Galvin Zwingli Melanchton and the others is an idea which we often uttered but which. Tile Christian scholars will not believe until the works of those jews have become fully accessible to them. Doing Jdc record Rev. Or. B. Muscovite Hazan of Amati Israel congregation Here having been Given four weeks vacation by his congregation travels East to recruit his health and attend to private affairs. We wish him a Happy journey and recommend him to the kindness of our Brethren he having been quite a popular and respected i Zan Here for the lost three or four years. Memphis is with much Pleos it ure that we notice the complimentary resolutions of the congregation to Rev or. Tuska and add the fact that to has been presented with a valuable Silver plate As a the name and behalf of humanity we addressed a printed circular to All european celebrities stated the Case requested them to find out the faithless husband and cause Jim to divorce his wife or else we would break through the rabbinical Barrier and act recording to the Laws of our country As sanctioned by the Cleveland conference. We Nusic confess the circular is written with ouch impudence but we knew Well that otherwise they would not notice an amen 4 an circular. We reached our aim Only Ai tile one Side or. Lehmann of Mainz ii his israelite instead of attempting to ascertain the Man and prompt Bim to do jus tace to the woman gave the fire alarm against or impudence frivolity ignorance and god knows what not preached a perfect crusade against us called upon All his compatriots who responded freely Tenter their priest against our doing and left no Means untried and no arms unused to frighten us. Tie reformers said nothing nothing at All. Seth matter was extensively noticed that is Arhat we wanted but the fanatics did not notice Tho Many a name whom we wish to fid and that is a disappointment to us. Of Cir fanaticism outweighs their humanity. Yfe construe the silence of the reformers in our savor on the Rule n i Emma pvn and will bet on this question boldly independently id according to the dict of humanity Carless of consequences. When we per Init ted girls to sing in the syn Gogal choir family pews in the synagogue or anything of this kind that Gentry raised the same mad dog cry it infidelity so that we Are used to and do a care for it especially in this Case intending to write a pamphlet on this ques Tion the shall say no More we a forced to make an explanation. District court of this place declared the juridical oath More Judaic Caos regal and inadmissible. This settles an Luand vexatious question if the Superior court Blustain the decision. Hirsch Lehmann Ortho doxy of i Hamburg Send a petition with 170 8igna9ires to the congregational Board praying tor a peaceable dissolution of the Congre Gate in order to give them an Opportunity to organize in correspondence with their views and i East 500 members of the congregation Good a Contra petition praying not to Grant the prayer of the first but re organize tie congregation according to the de Mani of the age and make it a condition of attuning the right of citizenship to be a contenting member of the Ioard promptly rejected the prayer of the litter and. Said they wish to interfere with Tho religious ideas of anybody. This funds american. Migd buro. A Rev. Or. Ruedemann just dismissed from the Breslau Seminary has been elected rabbi of this congregation successor of Rev. Or. A Philipson. Rev. Or. Series another of the. Breslau graduates goes to Posen As preacher of the Bruder g Crnin de. Parns Tho labors of Frank and Munk you take a Lively interest in everything concerning Judaism i take the Liberty to trespass on your valuable time and space to inform you that the hebrews of this town Are not behind the times. They have organized a jewish burial association and have already bought a piece of ground for that purpose they number nine members and at an election for officers last sunday june 22, the following were elected s. Klein president it j. B. Lejeune Secretary. Sundheimer treasurers. Wile inserting the above in your valuable Inper you oblige &c.,. B. M. A Laporte a meeting of the men a Olsohn literary association of this place told at their Hall sunday june 15, Tho fallowing gentlemen were elected officers fir the ensuing term Levy Nussbaum president 1 Marcus Marx vice president Isaac Meyer Secretary Ralph Davidson treasurer David Wertheim Foreman of gymnasium. St. Joseph know it Pulci Seyou to. Pit on record any progressive religion movement among our Brethren in Tho Jar West. I therefore inform you of a an Advance in the right one of the largest busines3 establishments in this City was closed on Sabbath last. Tho proprietor or. G. Friede Nubit one of your admirers and subscribers to the israelite with his clerks repaired to the synagogue in due time so we will have less difficulty in procuring pro in the future. May others go and do likewise. A. L. Fists Mac Shire lately of Canandaigua. N. Y., has letter at this office. Send address immediately. A Marcus Stein formerly of Wau Kesha wie., will please Send us Bis present address. For his Sake As Well is for our own his friends will please notify him ax>4 us immediately. It is important. Ski the first who paid in Advance for Tho israelite and Deborah to july i. 1863, is a a usual s. Morgenthau Esq. of Cincinnati o. R the new York examiner furnishes a a a Case a indeed. A subscriber to the examiner living in Montgomery county n. Y., so the statement runs who suffered himself to get in our debt $10, for four years subscription and from whom we offered to accept $9 in full flatly refused to have the deduction made and instead thereof insists that the interest shall be added to the debt and payment then be accepted in full he says he has had the paper resp Early and knew the Price of it and while ashamed of Bis neglect he will not allow the publisher to contribute a Dollar toward helping to pay an honest debt Gay the above is. Something so very rare that we have clipped it from an Exchange paper and herewith publish it pro Bon Opeth a a it. A

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