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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - July 18, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to tie religion a history and lit Satee of Isra Eute amp la la a i a a a a a a i a f i a a 4 a v a a i v a a i vol. A a a no. 3 Cincinnati Taio Friday,.uly is 5632. A. A 1s6�/a. Cd a a a a a a a a i .1. A a / a a j. I 7 Tutti of a f a v whole dumber 4ld. F. I a a a a a a. J j a a i i in .7 4\l ii s a ii me 132. 1 beep Ember David lord i recall. R. Missor route end afflictions All a How to Tho lord he the one almighty vowed 4j.As Jacob dido Yore. A a sorely i will not seek to come a into Tho Sholter of a Home nor on Couch Roposo a. A a mine Eye shall slumber never shroud. hoi sleep mine eyelids close a a a till for Tho lord a fitting Placo i find a a a sue whore Jacob a might May be. Enshrined.�?�-. Ephratah was revealed two found in the wooded Field / with glad now will we now into his Tabernacle go and his Footstool Bow. Como enter lord i thy rest length thou and thy holy Ark. Of Etc Ngali in a a let All thy priests be Clad in righteousness that Joy May flow a and All thy saints to glad. A a now for thy servant David a Sake the Faco of thine anointed turn not from this place. R i m the eternal has to David sworn , nor from Ilia vow will turn a a a i verily will one Tho fruit of thine own body Placo upon thy kingly Bron and if thy soot with reverence deep thy covenant and witness Kep and to alone adore. A upon thy throne thy Royal race shall bit for Over for Zion hath the eternal made his own and for a dwelling Cheson Hor Abouo. A a this Ahi Ding rest and Here will i remain fur amp to is Deal a her need i will Supply. . In Rich abundance and her poor a a a a a a in in 9 in. With bread will satisfy a. Anil clothe Hor priests a Dolight holy feasts a Thoro also Canso Tho Horn of David s Bud a with radiance pure. A holy one adorn. Upon his foes will i confusion frown while on his head shall rest a glorious Crown a London jewish chronicle ithe hebrews Aud crusaders of England. Jit do Frajia olm. Translated expressly for the israelite chapter x Vii a Contin Bud a tiie Queen who with the most Lively sympathy daily required Are Ortof tile condition of her protege and deeply moved the unhappy Fate of so Many hebrews whom advice to an indulgent treatment of their first aggressors had plainly become destructive sought through special kind a a a i Ness to the rescued Maiden,.to shield herself from Lier own secret reproaches and went so far in her consideration that she ordered nil which hands Sahy a Comfort required to be prepared according to the religious precepts of the rabbi who was finally rejoiced Pudsey s arrival before whom he Laid his petition As soon As the,.Bishop gained Leisure for him.�?T. A a a a a a the.Bishop had already been informed the Queen of Tho sad lot of the hebrews be was startled and assured that the strictest Means should be taken for the Protection of the persecuted people. Yet the absence of the King embarrassed him for longer regeness and with the Best will to work for the further safety of the hebrews Aho still could Only direct Ana a i. A. A v. A a entreaty to the King from whom alone the necessary orders must Issue. Meanwhile himself Aswell As the rabbi with the Assurance that a the a hebrews in York a had for Tho present nothing to fear. In Deseah could already leave the room and according direction occasionally repaired to Tho Fields upon which swards announced the coming of Spring. A suit of mourning enveloped the orphaned. Maiden stately train of servants who accompanied her upon command of the Queen convinced every one who saw her that she i was not a forsaken being Slieson Felt herself completely recovered and the next Day was her appearance before the Queen. Then the revolting intelligence of the siege of the Castle York bad its horrible result reached Rouen. Neither Nehemia no hannah3 could conceal the frightful news from Hadassar which5 she read in their care worn countenances but they left her Iii the delusion that Abu a a. A a a. A. Ii i a ii. Dal belonged to the. Victims of those Days. better,�?T1 , rabbi a a she should mourn biogas one Aho has fallen in Battle than that Sheb Hewa Snur Dereby chateau rain for you certainly can not deceive yourself with the Hope thattis horrible Man will yet spare harass Abs a heart bled thousand wounds the rabbi who inconsolable imparted Toller the nearer circumstances of Jossen s death for these had been made1 a a i a la a a known in London whence the rabbi had his a a a a a in a report the fleeing Young married couple. A a a up died like holy Man a said he. A god called i him to. Him in the midst of his a a Happy him that be died i a cried Hadassah amid streaming tears. A a i do hot lament him life. Was an oppressive Burden to him since his loved ones had departed. Hap a a every one who got a to eternal rest i hut woe unto me that i live 0, Rabudal i 9a a toa beloved Rabudal i also your Blooming head lies in the dust your Noble heart beats no More tile lips Over which Only the words of piety of Wisdom and of love streamed. A a a Are forever closed i what is there yet. For me in this world ? parents dear friends have gone ahead i alone Hare been a _ a left behind Why do i not follow them a a you sin through such words a said Nehemi amp a against the decrees of a v a a a j a a o rabbi in she replied a do not chide the poor word which swells out of the broken heart is the cry of the martyred one a a which does not soothe the pain that causes . God is not angry the tear which the a i a bitterest misery Sheds and were Mouth silent breast would still be full of complaint and a sorrow. Are you then Calm Are your thoughts free from every complaint ? also you have lost the Noble excellent friends on whom your soul Hung with All the fervency of la pc yet How dare. We selfishly weep Over our loss when the destruction has met whole communities ?. But we Are not to be. Blamed if we yearn for ii release from an existence which has been so embittered to us. desire for life is gone i shudder when i reflect that i am Young that . Yet spreads out so far before a a a 44 we Are sorely tried a rejoined the rabbi feeling such As you express shows that we do not stand in the trial. You judge with god,.you Wrangle with his destiny. Where is your firm belief on ins Justice your uns Haking conviction of his end less goodness ? because you do not comprehend How such a shuddering event is to be United with Justice and mercy the doubt Falls upon your soul Ike a malicious enemy. Of what value is a Confidence which Only _ f a a lasts As Long As everything occurs according to desires and nothing incomprehensible appears in our lot but which is extinguished As soon As the usual Mode of life is disturbed and according to our penetration the just hand that guides our destiny should Ward off ?. But what has fur a a a a a i a a ther happened then that profligacy and wickedness has triumphed Over innocence ? did then the holy one praised be he when he proclaimed his Law. Upon Sinai Promise to the obedient that no wickedness no. Rough violence would Ever oppress them is the Good Only Good when Grants external Fortune safety and Protection a against the pressing a transgression against the tack of worthlessness real piety the True adherence to the divine command a a f a a f Grants higher inner happiness a Blissful Ness of which no death robs us. May Tho a a. W f transgressors Triumph May they. Exult Over their Victory they Are still the unhappy ones and condemned their misdeeds a while the innocent. Victims a their fury through severe Short suffering purified and cleansed from the dross of earthly Lite Are accepted in the Lap mercy. How could you then despair and hasten away your Young life a. A. A. A rabbi i succumb to the horror for the might of the wicked she replied 14 but conscience the blessed feeling of a conduct. A a a a a a a a a a. A i m which is pleasing to god can never be torn. A. A a. A a a a i a a a a Quot ,4,j a a a a %-&Quot-�?�3 from the pious one yet is weak and the heart formed where a an a gels smile the resignation if Fate destroys a worlds is hot Grant red the mortal. We require a guv Rapatee for the quiet of Bur existence we Are accused Tomed. To find this in. The lawfulness of life. A q a 9 a and this is a holy idea is grounded upon the Confidence in our fellow Man that right and Justice is holy to them. Therefore the hardest misfortune is to be borne but the # /. A i a i a a a arbitrariness of hate the inhumanity which a a a a a 4 a. Y a \ i sworn sell lawfulness leaves us despair. friends were. Born mortally an Accident. A disease could have killed them i. Should have., them mourned them their loss would have disturbed life but i would have had to recognize a the a a. B r or a immediate Dis position highly praised. Yet they have fallen they the excellent the Noble because a horde of villains with a a a a Al a Quot a out ground without cause wished their Des a % in a Quot m 9 a a a i traction. And should live live in a world in which this is possible a o rabbi do not criticize me if i lament lot. If i can. A 7 a a to a. Not resist the wis that had to leave me perish the same time with the j a. Quot i. I i a. Loved ones. A a a a 0 4�?~i have spoken in vain said Nehemia a your pain scorns every Consolation. Still i know you you will collect yourself and vein resignation you will a find the a strengthen yours Elf to Bear what god lays upon you and courageously and with hew Hope to live yes nil child Hope is not extinguished be cause a terrible occurrence has a shattered your previous happiness the Quot same time with the happiness of thous Indk. In the heaviest tempest the lord reigns and his shattering lightning Lightens Blessing the Quot dark Clouds pass away and a the eternal Grace glitters on the cheerful heaven. Also this tempest has passed away and a quieter time is Quot before us to heal our deep wounds and fio in i n e w to work on the e a a. A Structure of our happiness. A guarantee for the continuance of our satisfaction As you desire there is not much More. God warns us Ali Rouger the changes of destiny of the Parish Ahlness of All that is earthly in a order that we realize that All is vain and Odin and virtue have value. As from time to time the hostile elements which the Earth conceals in is Depths fermenting Roar and Vav Hile they try to break out shake the Earth a destroy Blooming lands and plunge proud cities into newly opened chases so also has Mankind destructive Mitte rial. In which. 6fceking an outlet spreads desolation lit when thee rth quake is Over and the ground no longer totters Man calmly huds hut again and when the wickedness Jins spent its fury and Prudenc Erc turns on can confide in the general virtuous feeling Devery. Human heart so i believe that a time of peace has now come for Israel and after Tho terrible storm which your tender youth outlived cheerful arid Happy years will yet appear to to i you can not be rushed a great Blessing rests a protecting upon1 you you will perceive How gods mercy ,1 even if he shakes the world in her fastnesses As the psalmist Speaks a the the lord Rolls Over hoods the god of Honor thunders Over mighty floods. The voice of the lord is powerful the voice of the lord is exalted the voice of the lords its the a Cedars hurls flaming lightning shates the d a Sert but in his Sanctuary Al Speaks silent majesty. The lord sat on the throne the deluge the lord will reign ask chg Eter Paliy. A the lord i to Fry the lord blesses hisnatfbh/vjiith.peace.�?T. The rabbi had rightly i judged the Noble being whom he overcoming his own pain sought to soothe. A Ilia free had assails spirit find re echoed in her ?6ui worked , and while she thought Over Nehemia a a intimations arid repeated them after her own Peculiar manner amp he remembered the teachings which Jossen had Given her the declaration which she had heard of Rabudal. Her tears poured Freer a she thought Quot of the i Eue Riib of these you certainly Are right that the peace of the \ men and in the Solitz which. Strip r or Gung with her burning pain she retired be. Fee picture Oit a ,?tni�,t7 Les,9iagpny 9f.her,lops,.y j Yeti the words of the rabbi her de. representation Dpi heard them peat Jed the , they to Call to. Her the wanning to willing submission or thre herself Down to . And Stred gab of the god who had tried her. In her. Prayer she set. Tied with the future from which Hetio longer expected anything after the de thilber loser a heart like Ber should love but Eppse a the thought Yvo Aken be. Fervency of her , and Mae her susceptible to new i and had Jobgen expressed in her presence she would Havo spurned 4 disgust/.-. She. Entertained she viewed herself As, Down who was. Not a to la aside the. , ? ight Oiler fee figs endure infer and. To Bear Ber Fate without Murrai iring her a a a of. T a tender nature filled with we l7\vishes toward the world,.struggled against the de Day a cd Ness Wirich crept Over her in bran be j of the .inhumanity., had trodden Down her happiness she galled. Back. In her me Mory Harnaha Fai Tai fun i Ness Osborn s honesty the goodness spa the Queen,.t to convince herself Noty to disappeared from thelor ,.atit. Warher duty to respect and Mankind. Kiv who am a she said to that Al Chisht o Des ciby that i might be angry with the world because Fate is sorrow Ful is in selfish the Asci Fon its pangs 8ake. forge millions on this wide Earth suffer endure land were her. Hand which p Unis ii is them a Oder receive lot with shall tiny Lieari Harden bitter Esse and Otee Sions to Mankind swell Bra ast Quot have 4 suffered through the band of mis doers ? of lord of me that i. Be found righteous .before.tlree Calm the storm j which rages in me banish the gnawing Width the thirst for vengeance on the transgressors and of heart sustain me in the ways Oto thy Laws of love teach me Hope and Confidence your five afflicted a Israel and your doings ave without error a what you. Wish is 3ust.r&? ?<desi8fc fr0tnl ? your anger and retract the Resolution for destruction iof your humbled us lord lift us up a again ictus wander in the Light of your countenance. A lord you will oaf the nation whose go in people whom Youlay a self also to me again your. Mai Ltd you Are a a a a b. T j a. J a a a / indeed near a broken heart and.,.help Shat. Tired minds do not Jet bad thoughts Ruif. I a a a a a 9 a a. I # of . R p re i j a a a 4 Over me jct me after perfection 3\iaythe�?� words Jommy Mouth and. The thoughts of pay heart a pleasing to you lord Shepherd Ani. Spy redeemer i. from Hep strengthened and the next Day she had composure enough to the Queen. Eleonore was a when she saw the unfortunate Maiden enter and pad sey just then with the ugh a was scarcely capable of top trolling his emotion. , a air deeply moved and the Bishops presence completed her emotions As the Piotre of Hee first appearance before. This High personage Aga a in her mind. that time she had come in company of Hep father that time she., knew that amender Mother and faithful friends turn., now she came As an Oij Phan and so. Many beloved ,forayer.depart-. De from her. So mad heartrending thou to amp pressed while she placed herself upon one Khee she Horst out into a Stream of team she word to thank the Queen but her voice refused her ? sympathy or vate a into be eyes of the Queen. stopped to the Kneel

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