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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - June 13, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to tile religion history and literature of the israelite vol. 8.�?vo. 50. Cincinnati Ohio Friday Jane 13, 5g22, a. It., isg2, a. C. Whole number 414. The israelite printed every Fri j in at 32 sixth inc it Between main Tad Walnut Cincinnati duo by b Loch amp co., for Ftp Mac i. Wise editor amp proprietor Ash is Tler of Dollar p a annul to Advance. The l a a j huh pub itched men let in Gorman at the id by la a True pub Hor at due Dollar �?�4ul Iti Fey Cut i 5, Iii a Ivi Injo for the Tiro publications t lion by Tho a a i f our do Jara Peran num in Alvia. Of n a Iro cd try i but hair those prices. 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A a to a yes for thy pal Val Ion Strain a see thy word All rights is Fain in mercy with thy a re int Deal thy Oia Tuter to Raj a Oul repeal. Help my thy sirvant while i learn thy pcs Timonik to discern. Tis time lot in a to a urk 0 lord i for Mon have hell thy my abhorred. But Goirn i hold and me them Moe than finest Gold. All right thy Precept i Eilein and every Carer hateful dem. Pm. Thy tej Timoor a Tiomi Droit they my soul doth therefore our their Sway. Thy word on entering Light impart Cive Wisdom to Tho simple Bour. My Mouth i panting opened wide a for thy co it Nman deut longing sighed. Tel amp of Eye of Rio cd lot to claim. That beams Ai those who Ion thy name. My foor tend by thy control nor Onder flu to Rule my Boul. Bavo me from twin o oppressive Sway thy Precept i to ii then obey. Upon thy servant pm ii lug Shine thy St Tutei to in ii me a god i my tearful e>c-3 Uli sier Iver up Beci Ubo thy i we Quieti will a to keep. 7z did. Bight sons eternal god i a thou Oliy Jade Upun righteous All avow. Aud Fuji of 11 Rem amid the evidence tji ii Hast ordained. My Zeal consumes my with Legret to Bro my foes thy word forget. Thy servant Lovei thy a a of j refilled though Small Aud scorned thy Laws i mind. Thy righteousness endures for Aye. And perfect truth thy convey Whilo grief Aud troubles vex my mind in thy Corn Maud i pm Asmo and. An everlasting righteousness thy Tost i Lollie All punier. Tome that i May rightly live a perfect understand Mac. Give. To Pii. With All my heart i cried 0 hear thy statutes Loidl Mill i ret Ere. Buro me i cried that i May weigh thy and Ofay. Before the Dawn of morn i Orlid and on thy word in Hope relied. Miou epics Tho watches did not wait upon thy word to medicate. My Vole 0 lord la kindness hear me by thy judge cents Quick nog cheer. Law those on mischief Bent draw nigh they openly i by Law defy. But then Art also near 0 lord and thy commandments truth record. Thy uoti monies i of old by thoe confirmed for Evor hold. Remix. My grief considering Aid Ray cause. Who am not heed its of thy Laws. Plead for to and deliverance give j a thy word fulfilling let me Iivo. The wicked from salvation stray neglecting thy appointed Way Groit o lord i thy mercies kind Hilo judging me enliven my mind. Though food abound and troubles reign. Bat Talon Hast witnessed i retain org Rosaora i behold and wept because thy word by have not kept. Lord i How i love thy precepts Boe let thy kindness Nickon to. Ight from the first i by word and sound All thy judgments Over Fonoti Shin. Ooga Prince Causeless wrong me Atlue word controls my heart and will j thy word delights me like a soil where Mea discover precious spoil. I with Abhorrence falsehood hate but toward thy Law my love is great. Seven times a Day i give thee Praise for All thy judgments Justice ways. Great peace have they who love thy Laws i no stumbling Stone their fall shall cause. My Hope in thy saltation rests and i have done lord i thy Behest. Thy testimonies All i keep Hove Thorn with affection deep. Thy witnessed truth and Law i hold Anda my Tayb to thee or fold. Tau. O let my cry approach thee lord i and give to Wisdom through thy word. Be re thee Lay my Strong Appeal. And in thy word my Freedom Seal. My ups when t shall Lave been taught thy statutes shall with Praise be fraught. Thy word to mind my Tongue shall Call. For thy commands Ato righteous All. 0 let thy hand afford me Aid who have my Choice thy precepts Mada 1 Long for thy salvation lord i to be thy Laws Delight afford. To Praise thoe let my spirit i be. And Baccar let thy judgment t give. Thy servant seek a thy vol tiered sheep Fain thy commands in mind in keep. London jewish hebrews and crusaders of England. By do Fua be olm. Translated expressly for the israelite chapter Xvi. A continued. Now everything depended upon his finding a reliable Man to whom an important commission might be confided. While he mentally mustered his Garrison he thought of Osborn. This Man who did not belong to his subordinates had forced from him a certain respect through an open free disposition in which there showed itself beside Ai determined courage a Well disposed nature. A business of so determinedly violent a diameter As the easily bribed troopers had undertaken and now should again undertake Coull not easily he conveyed to him but one could certainly expect of him that he without any further examination could be easily persuaded to a service about the nature of which they could deceive him and conceal from him the injustice of the same. The Knight therefore had Osborn speedily brought before him. A a i have just received intelligence a said chateau min to him. A a which makes the assistance of a Fai t ii j ii i and proper Man of importance to me and i have selected you to do me a service for which you can count upon my unmeasured thankfulness. It would be too tedious for me to inform you of All the minute details of the circumstance into which i must now enter with speedy action i Content myself to inform you of Llie most important. I love a Maiden wooed also by another who has the advantage or being near the fair Damsel while my office keeps me Distant from her the Maiden is an orphan and the relatives who have a influence in her decision Are divided among themselves Between Ray rival and myself we both have a party for us. As however the other s party uses my absence for his Benefit those who Are for me wished me awhile to withdraw her from the intrusions of my opponent and my Castle Crainville near Rouen is designed As a hiding place where tile Maiden shall be taken and concealed. There she shall remain until i reach Normandy which i Hope to effect in a few weeks. Then she will to free and can decide for herself. I shall now Send several of my men from Here who shall assist my friends in the undertaking. To you however i entrust the command Over Grain Ville and the guarding of the captive. It is understood that she together with her servants Are to be taken care of and treated in the Best manner Only you must guard her and give no one admittance to her and keep the Castle locked. You yourself i warn to pay attention to her words for i do not know her feeling toward to it is possible she is won by adj rival she is cunning she will attempt everything to deceive Osburn laughed. Such an adventure seemed to him easy enough and he assured that no artifice should move him. He received from the Knight yet Many More particular orders for his conduct and a written order on the old Castle keeper according to which the bearer was Given the office of head Castellan and every one was ordered to show him unconditional obedience. Osborn was speedily packed and saddled and now made cheerfully toward the door. There an unexpected hindrance occurred. Until now the dour had Only been locked at night and As there was no ground for a cautious guard of the place chateau rain had since the emptying of the Treasury left the key to the door under the charge of the commander of Che guard for the time boing. To Day Tho door was locked fur the first time in Daylight and when the troopers wished to for Osborn it was opposed by rhe hebrews who were on guard. It came to a quarrel and a Bateau Grain rushed thither in Tho must violent rage. Linton Tho other Side also Jossen and Tho rabbi were called there and them furiously if he and his men were captives if it no longer was free to him to Send away his subordinates file others calmed him immediately by having the door opened for his messenger and the peace was again restored by their agreeing that the exit should not be refused a person any longer but that the Entrance should not be permitted any one excepting by the agreement of both parties As Well the commander of the Castle us the leaders of the hebrews. Chaton ii Grain though deeply mortified by the presumption of the hebrews was still sat i fit a Len use it gave him the appearance of a Power and favored his purpose. But the hebrews left the door key without care in the guard room asic was necessary after this arrangement because they could depend upon Clio watchfulness of their men. The Uch Rew were startled and feared betrayal. The elders were called Roget Ier and they considered How they were to act upon this unexpected conductor the commander of the cantle. A unexpected 1 cried Jochanan. A no from an enemy of the hebrews like Chat eau Grain everything could be expected. A my advice also was not to act so indulgently with him if my advice would be Beard we would take him prisoner and keep him under Jock and key. But Lessen wished by All Means to have his office respected and i u in that you Aho did very Well a rejoined Rosaen. A a do not forget that the King has placed him Here As commander and that we dare not subject him to violence. We had to show that we came Here Only to seek Protection enmity against the commandant would give us the appearance of a rebellious track upon the Royal Castle and might easily provoke the King to displeasure against All the a a we have All assented to your View and were agreed with that which has occurred. But what shall we do now a a a nothing a oried the rabbi the it certainly follows out of the preceding. If is free and commander of Tho Castle what do you wish to do against it if he comes and goes As he pleases he has bad intentions be wants to betray you to has secretly slipped away but you must to silent to All so As Only not to excite the a that is not so a opposed Jossen a much More the necessity now excuses everything f and in Tho midst of a pressing danger we must not consider Tho possible results of that which we do to Avert it. Chateau rain entertains enmity toward us All circumstances justify this suspicion to a certainty. To has voluntarily separated himself. A did not drive him away and so it is my opinion that we should not permit him Tore i u atla8t a to Ceannn joyfully interrupted. A a now you have finally convinced yourself that mildness and indulgence is thrown away on the false people. Then his separation is blessed to Roe for it rids us of the presence of an enemy who certainly sought for our also the elders coincided with Jossen s opinion and after a unanimously adopted Resolution the Garrison which had been reduced by the departure of the troopers were informed that they had been de erred by their commander and therefore their obligations to him ceased. Yet they should As heretofore guard the cantle and protect against every attack and fur it receive an increased pay. As they Upp it red thie proposition by Rich present tile troopers accepted it and swore to defend the fortress against All the world. Nevertheless they were cautious enough not to entrust them with any service which could give them an Opportunity for betrayal. Now the hebrews were the real masters of the cantle. The citizens of York were astonished when they heard whence the hebrews had fled and they believed generally in an agreement of he same with chateau rain. A therefore even their opponent who had silently rejoiced at the arrival of the crusaders did not venture any seps against them which by the Strong fortification of the Castle must. Anyhow remain without result. Orly curious ones swarmed about the Walls and stared astonished at the hebrew guards who now strode about upon the Walls. It was already dawning when the Knight returned i resolutely and out of humor. Ile h and suddenly Given the women the order for departure and paid no attention to Che remonstrances of old h nah who was anxious about the health of Hadassah Hannah indeed noticed in his uneasiness that an unusual cause must move him to remove i captive so suddenly. She did not know that a word of hers at the door would have been sufficient to give her and her Young Friend their Liberty again. In the greatest hurry they travelled through the whole night and Early reached the Little Village of Brough in the neighbourhood of which a halt was made in the open Field until a horseman who had been sent in Advance brought the intelligence that he had chartered a ship which was ready to sail. The Knight himself accompanied the travellers on Board a d Assa h Lay in a fever heat Hannah despaired and heaped upon chateau rain the bitterest reproaches but he was extremely uneasy at the sickness of the abducted Maiden had gone too far and bad not Jtb. Standing every danger to Complete that which was begun. He left the ship and looked with beating heart after it when it sailed away. Clinging to gloomy thoughts Chat eau Grain Rode Back followed by a servant and his Wrath always fixed itself More violently upon the hebrews whose Entrance into Tho Castle had so thwarted his plans. Bus when now Tho Entrance into the Castle was refused him Bis fury burst Forth terribly. Yet his rage neither Toro Down the drawbridge nor did it burst Tho door and so he determined to take a bloody revenge yet before the near approach of night he sought the Sherif of York and while he made to him the report that the hebrews had through an infamous artifice placed themselves in Possession of the Castle be called upon Bim in the name of the King to order the populace to storm the place. The sheriff who hated the hebrews showed himself instantly ready and promised the Knight to place several a thousand Abl Elmen at his disposal but chateau rain who also wished to have some men Practised in War spurred his jaded Steed on to a spot which Lay a few rules from York where the commander. Of a Large body of troops Lay in Winter quarters to whom he complained of the cunning capture of Tho Royal Castle. A the officer Felt himself fecund in Doty

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