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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - June 6, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio Lit t periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. . 49. Cincinnati Ohio Friday june 6, 5622, a. Iii., 1862, a. C. Liole number 413. The israelite printed every Fri any it 32 sixth Street Between mein Walnut Cincinnati Ohio by Bloch amp ., tor Isaac i else editor amp proprietor Dollar or annul in Advance. The of Motiah in published measly in German at the aug no oif Aud by the Dame publisher at one Dollar. Sad fifty cheats in Advance for the two publications. Uja by the is of person. Four do Lars Peran num in tdf4nco. Para Bora Are shared but half Hoso prices. It Rena of adv training in either paper per Square onto Retro lines of this size Type set no solid one insertion 75cents two insertions 81 three insertions 81 for i month i 3 months i 6 months 12 months i so 4 of g of to without change and paper i your 12 Durness 0.vrd<, lines, 6 Pic Thoi in either a per if published in both papers tin Orsjo will be double with la per cent off. B we printing to English German and hebrew promptly a Devory description of Job printing in Soltish or Gorman or received and or cuts with correctness neatness and dispatch. Communications to insure prompt attention should be written on but one dido of Tho paper and in a Plain legible hand. 1>. Maclane superintendent agents for the israelite and Deborah. Tis following gentlemen have kindly consented to act is our agents n. Strauss i Carleton place Boston. M. , new Haven Conn. M. , Hartford do a. Heir is 41 Warren Street. New York. Modes 3ul��ss of a blood brod., do s. Zinn 3o Murray st., do m. 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I Ere afflicted widely strayed but i have now thy word obeyed. Benign thyself thy deeds Benig Bach through thy statutes Render mine. The proud defame me yet i Wili with All my boart thy Law fulfil. They Are of Gros and sensual mind while in the Law Delight f find. From sorrow i have Wisdom earned for i have hence thy statutes Learned. Silver and Gold in thousand please but i prel or thy month d decrees. Yod. A Quot a a a a me framed and moulded by thy hand Ina tract thy Laws to understand. Thoy shall rejoice who oar thee lord i to see to hoping in thy word. Thy judgments lord i Are right i know to Friendship Hoot thou sent me woe. F a a a a a after thy word thy servants mind Pray Comfort with thy favor kind. Thy mercies Send that i May live to Noin Delight thy precepts give. Shame to the proud \si1b9ut a came they wrong me who regard thy Laws. A turn to to those who to thy fear. And testimonies fast adhere. My heart make in thy Slat orcs sound til at a Hamo May not my face confound Cash. My soul for thy salvation Pines a yet in thy word seeks hopeful signs. J Strain min eyes to search thy word Sweet Comfort when Wile thou afford ? a. A a a a Tike a smoke dried wino skin shrink Yot cease not on thy Laws to think. My Days How Many ? on my foes. Thy judgments when Wilt thou disclose i x. A a a a a. Proud have Pitfalls digged to Calico he Tumble and transgress thy Laws thou Whoso commands Are Tai Tifni Ned a my wringers stay my wrongs redress. A of. Me the Earth they now had cleared. A Yot to thy statutes i adhered. T quicken me in thy merry kind All witnessed by thy Mouth to mind. La med. By word in heaven lord i Ever reigns to Ages a11 thy Faith remains. Thou Hast of Obi established Earth and Bho abides As at her birth. A a a. R thy precepts which my life renew shall never vanish from my View. Save me thine own by Ransom bought for i have All thy preempts sought. A a a the kicked plot my rain i Bogard what thou Dost testify. Perfections limit i have scanned Bat not the breadth of thy command. A Mem. Thy Law How love i ? All the Day i carefully its precepts weigh those Ever nigh to me disclose what makes to visor than my foes. Thy testimonies being my thought my knowledge passes theirs who taught More than Tho ancients i discern a because i from thy precepts learn. To keep thy word my feet i guard from every Way by evil marred. I have not from thy judgments strayed for thee my teacher t obeyed. A 1 a a sweeter savor yield thy words than Boney to my month affords. I through thy precepts Wisdom gain to hate nil courses false or vain. Non. A tamp thy word my feet to Guido a a Light if aught my pathway hide thy righteous judgments to observe sworn have to and will not swerve. 9 lord f now that i in sorrow Pine a revive Roe by thy word divine a my Mould s free gifts accept i Pray thy judgments lord i Tome display. In thus in my hand my life remains my memory still thy Law retains. Though snares for me Tho wicked said i have not from. Thy precepts strayed. Obj testimonies which rejoice my heart Aru my eternal Choicy i to perform still eve n to Tho end iodine my will. Sam Cen. S a a a from Idle fancies i withdraw in hatred Bat i love thy Law. My hiding place Art thou my shield what Hope thy words of Promise yield i a a a Quot a. _ away Allye who practice Frond i for i will keep the law9 of god. Thy words support for life i claim a a Wilt thou my Hope contort to shame ? by thee sustained i?8dfc and bold will to thy statutes Over hold. A in Down Hast i ii of. Tram pled All. Who leave thy state ted who by fraud deceive. Such dross from Earth Dost thou remove Ronco Hoa attesting i approve my flesh thou thrills with trembling fear i Quail to View thy judgments near. To to continued the hebrews and crusaders of England by or. Fra we olm. As thou ordained St to the Aday remain All worlds thy servants they. Sta Lesby i it thy Law bad Joyed i Tyd it by borrow Boca destroyed. Translated expressly for Tho israelite chapter x v i con term Jochanan a. Exertions to recall the Young Man to life bad met with Success. He was a a a t j startled when he discovered that hebrews a a were nursing him and was. Seized with a painful remorse. As soon by Jochanan thought that he could break he asked him by whom he had been wounded. Only laboriously and at intermissions the youth gave an answer which contained a charge against himself and filled the hebrews with horror. Of that which had occurred in the House he knew Little but he declared that his comrades had intended the murder of All its inhabitants. Upon the assertion that they missed the daughter of the House and beside a Christian woman he recollected that he had seen them both led away. The Christian woman he thought would at All events be Safe from his comrades but for the life of the girl a Lover had offered a Large sum and so they had delivered her Ever to him. A a a a a a a a a has cried Jochanan,4 Rabudal Hab succeeded in rescuing hib Bride.1 Jochanan immediately hurried into the room to impart to Jose this the confessions of the Young Man sounded probable the circumstance that Abada must Winve been at hand on the first alarm of fire As also hib present absence confirmed it. Indeed it remained extraordinary that Rabudal did not return but Jossen flattered himself secretly that Rabudal had taken this Opportunity to separate his Bride. From York As after the death of her Mother there was nothing left to bind her. To this Jossen had so often advised that now he no longer had a doubt his advice bad been followed and As Jochanan shared his opinion he became quite Calm about the disappearance of the Young folks. The wounded Man who had been exhausted by speaking Lay awhile fatigued and breathing heavily. When he now heard that they were making preparations to have him taken by some citizens to a cloister whose monks devoted themselves to nursing the sick be requested to speak with the rabbi. Struggling with great Effort against Hie weakness he told him by Way of thanks for the assistance Given him he must warn him. His confession disclosed the plan of the crusaders. These informed of the measures for safety taken by the hebrews had Given up the plan of a sudden attack. In place of this a crowd of them should creep1 into York every Day Burn Down a House in which Rich hebrews lived and Slaughter the inhabitants. The houses of the richest hebrews should be Erst in the rank Only then when the hebrews should be sufficiently alarmed and intimidated and their most Able men and leaders would be slain they would fall upon them in mass. The beginning bad been successfully made and for the next night Joss no a House had been appointed to be Burnt Down. A there is no time to be lost a said Jossen after he had heard All a a scatter yourselves forthwith through the whole congregation and prepare themselves for departure. Within a few hours they must All be collected. Send messengers to the spies whom we have sent out the shall this Corpse into the House of the rabbi she shall be interred from his orders were punctually executed and Bood the hebrews streamed from All directions toward the synagogue and filled All adjoining streets. There were near five Hundred men and almost the half robust and ready for Battle. But the throng seemed still More important As increased to nearly twice their number by women and children they spread themselves far out around Laden wagons and carts. Curious a a a and full of wonder the populace swarmed about the unorganized masses and Only the sight of the numerous armed men who stood ready for Protection in All streets in which they were gathering checked the Awakening love for stealing of the common rabble which however indulged in scoffs which remained unnoticed but Well proved that the crusaders would also Bave found participators in their disgraceful deeds Here a expectantly stood the hebrews. Until Jossen with Many friends and several pious old women returned from the burial of Shiffra a 9 and delivered the order for breaking As yet no one knew whither they were Gor ing and already a Long Row of heavily Laden wagons passed on ahead whom Jossen led himself while armed men walked alongside. The rabbi remained behind to organize the trains and let them follow each other then be himself closed up the Roar with a Small armed band. A swarm of spectators who were run to ing ahead and remained standing at All a 1a Cross ways so As to be sure not to miss the direction of the procession increased in All streets by the addition of indolent people. Scornfully they cried to questioners who inquired after the cause of the movement that the new departure of a the hebrews from Egypt was to be seen. But already single threats could also be heard and the growth of the population became alarming. Jossen to whom it seemed necessary to free himself from the unnecessary escort suddenly turned into one of the most narrow streets through which a the wagons could hardly pass. Then with several vehicles he passed quickly ahead while the remainder followed slowly. He soon reached the Castle and Chew first wagons already blood in the door when. The others Cameto the Bridge the Force on guard had no orders in the peaceable City to Stop approaching persons during the if this had been the Case could not have executed it on the sudden arrival of the wagons. Still the appearance was astonishing enough and i a a was announced to the commandant of the Castle who immediately hastened thither and found Jossen busied in having the first wagons very Convis evently unloaded. 41 what does this mean a cried chateau Gray. 44 where Are these packages to go a. 11 to the Treasury room a replied Jossen calmly. 14 this plunder a exclaimed chateau Gray violently. 41 la the Royal Castle a storehouse for hebrews a 44 where the hebrews Are themselves May also remain,0 said the their Ware other. 44 the hebrews themselves a said the Knight a a what do you mean by that a a 41 Well a replied the other. 14 have Yon not summoned us to repair hither to your Protection a. 4�?~i?�?� cried chateau Gray violently. A a have you not done it a rejoined Jos 1sen bitterly. 44 Well then we remind you a 0 of your duty we Are thai Kings subjects our life is threatened. In London the Tower a 1 willingly received our refugees May this. A a a a. Castle be locked upon us surely not but we. Do not want to wait tier the. Need Hap reached the highest degree we wish to misfortune therefore we appear now and will remain Here until assistance a a # a a comes to u8 from a a r 44 that you can not do a replied chateau Gray impetuously. 44 the Castle is no Harbor for you and i will not permit you a 4 just because we know your disposition,0 said Jossen 41 we have not sought for your permission but we a a 11 that to the speech of a. Rebel it cried chateau Gray. 44 a rebel against you a Jossen interrupted 4 still the King will Praise us. However sir Knight i do not love this War of. _ 1 a a words Jet us peaceably determine our future relations. You that people who Are driven to despair by the malice of those monsters who Call them 91 a a a selves crusaders will not let themselves be hampered by considerations which Are. Indulged in in other times at the Choice of Means for their Rescue. What they do against us is so unheard of a so violent treads every human feeling under foot a a a a a a a 1 to such a degree that there can be As Little a sympathy of feeling Between us and our unnatural persecutors As if we had to defend ourselves against wolves and every Noble Christian to whom his a religion is sacred in us be shocked at the hordes of beings who disgrace the human form who violate religion by using it As a pretext for the most horrible crimes and Ais one makes War a upon monsters who break Forth from the pm wilderness and As one moves against beasts of prey to frighten them Back to the Woods t j a so must All Well meaning persons unite themselves to banish these bands of murderers and to cleanse themselves from the stain of these abandoned wretches. To Urquieta Proval of the atrocities might have hindered makes you christians fellow criminals with the profligate ones and t. Covers you with everlasting disgrace. The hand is not free of blood which is not raised to keep Back the Arm of the murderer. Woe unto us that your hearts filled with a. Unjust hate remain insensible to Bur boundless misery and woe unto you that a delusion can Harden you against your brother0, the children of that god who created them like you. Also you sir Knight seem to think that hebrews deserve neither participation nor sympathy that they Are not human , one can maltreat them without Sinnig against god. That is what i must at least think of you because i can not otherwise explain to myself How you could return Jochanan 8 request for assistance with such bitter scorn. What now remains for us but to get by. Cunning and Force what was refused at our request ? a you did not even wish to give a few of your men to our Protection could we Hope that you would voluntarily take us in with

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