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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - June 27, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite Cincinnati Ohio Friday june 2% 5622, a. Bi., 1862, a. Cd whole Wum Foer 416.vol. . 52. The israelite printed Ivory Fri Liv at 12 sex h it try it main and Walnut Clonin Niri. Ohio by Bloch amp co., fur Isaac in. Wise eel i or proprietor. Tell Dinar per in no in Advance. Tho Ucb j Cali i Pill i he in idly. In germ to at Tho Bimini in by Mil i into Nab i a Borut 0 Dollar a of Fife or or i 5. Iii a1, in f-.rfh-. Two pub1 Leat Lorn taken by Tho i Quot j p �?��?��?��?�0 a f air do i in a mourn. I n a or Moo. Or b 9 Are Ohr a by hit Folio Pieer. Ter a of i a a j in either paper per Square of twelve iiii4 of Iii Typo it up solid one in?er-cion75conti two inrtiuna21 three insertion sl1 for i month j 3 in mibs i 6 months ii Menthe i 50 i i of i g of i to of a runt Micout chances in pop a i , 12 b j Lin i 0 a a nor to Lin six . 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What pret what Joys refined abide with nun of prom mind a who reverently the lord ride re yes Man of god with Bounty free from Zim til ill lbs eternal pour his Lief figs Dow n on thee the whole Days of thy lift Lolow Shalt thu behold pc Rico us grow in eur Rind Prosperity Ami in All Excel thy children e children Shalt thou soc Aud pc Jcj on Israel. London Peiruh chronicle the hebrews and crusaders of England. Or or. Prax Kolm. N. Translated exp Cealy for Tho israelite chapter x v i continued. The preposition to negotiate was unanimously accepted and further determined. A at the same time it was agreed that a fast Day should be held on the Morrow. These conclusions were then announced to the hebrews. It seemed As if the great struggle had also exhausted the enemy or As if they wished to spare their strength for a grand blow for their slings and throwing machines which until now had been continually Active rested and for tile first time since the beginning of the siege the night remained undisturbed. Refreshed by a Long sleep Jossen arose in the morning Togo to the room of worship As for the Day the office of conducting the worship had been Given to him. All who were not employed by guard duly were assembled in tile Hall and Jossen stepped up to the prayer pulpit before the holy Ark which was erected behind two posts. Yet All was quiet outside but when they had come to about the Middle of Tho prayer the throwing machines began their play More terribly a than Ever. Vicat pieces of rocks and Strong planks hew against the Walls and threatened in spite of their firmness to demolish them. Jossen just spoke a a Quot he sustained graciously the living Grant eth in Lite abundance of his benignity perpetual life to the dead Ile supported the falling the sick delivered the a captives and spend eth his faithfulness on those who repose in the dust who is like unto thee omnipotent Ford and who can compare unto thee o King who i Iloth revive a and Grant eth salvation. Thou Art guarantee for the perpetual life of the dead. Praised be thou o god who Grant St perpetual life to the the congregation who at the naming of the lord had spoken 44 praised be he praised be his name concluded the Benediction with a loud 11 a a a Jossen continued. We Sanctify name in Hie world As they Sanctify it in the most High heaven As was written by thy Prophet and one Calls to the other and Fay the Tho congregation joined 14 holy holy holy is the lord Zebarth the whole Earth is full of his to sen spoke further 44their opposite multitudes speak praised i a the congregation cried 4 praised to the name of god from his Jossen said further 41 and in the words of your holy ones it is written As follows a and the congregation completed 4�?~ god will reign forever thy lord o Zion from generation to generation. Hallelujah i a but Jossen now prayed 41 forever and Over will we extol thy greatness Ever and eternally Praise thy holiness. And thy prune our lord shall nevermore escape from our month for thou o god Art a great and holy King. Praised be thou lord holy god.�?�. And during the 44 amen a of the congregation there was heard a terrible crashing and before the holy Ark there was raised a Cloud of dust. A piece of Rock had shattered the pillars and buried the praying Man under their ruins. The highest Praise of god was yet on his lips when his soul Rose aloft to him whom his lips had just praised. A cry of horror resounded through the Hall and furious outbreaks of and complaints followed. Joel a Nan remained standing speechless. His heart trembled. 41 let the priests separate themselves that they will not defile the Corpse a cried a pious one in this terrible moment still thinking of the Precept of the Law. 44 whither ? a replied a Man of Aarons tribe. 44 the Law is abrogated through the necessity. But now let us take away this with this there were now Many hands busied and already the ruins were removed. Tossers countenance was not disfigured his body unharmed he seamed to slumber Only at the temples there was perceptive the Trace of a pressure which had quickly and painlessly ended his life. The sorrow gave itself vent in words and tears when the lifeless body of the be taxed Man was carried away. 44 Way do you weep a cried Jochanan himself struggling to suppress his tears. 44 Grant the Noble Man that rest which god has appointed him he enters in the assemblage of the living where he again will find his pious Chaja his Good Malka who walk with our mothers Sarah Rebecca Rachel and Leah in the Light of Paradise. A his pure soul was full of reverence when it returned to its creator. He departed from this world full of hard trials like a holy one beloved by god. 44 of began the old Man who yesterday had reproached the mix during w Oman a that i would die the death of these righteous ones that my death would be like 44 to the prayer i a continued the rabbi. 44 it Bas already been interrupted too Tang. Still your complaints and turn your hearts Lull of Fervour to he himself took the place of the fallen one and continued the benedictions. His voice was choked by tears and he often had to pause As he could not utter Tho words for sobs. In his soul wrestled pain and fury. His spirit went further than the contents of the prayer which was on the usual peaceable conditions and did not satisfy him. Pirn % Dally he spoke 44 hear our voice. Lord our god preserve have mercy upon us and receive our prayer with mercy and kindness for thou Art a god who hears prayers and entreaties. A a do not cond us our King Awny from your countenance loud wept the congregation. The rabbi exhibited All the fury of his wild mingled his service. As though it were to storm the mercy of heaven he Here sound Jed a prayer which was appointed to be said in the evening. His blood boiled All mod oration left him Bis voice raised itself powerfully and he cried with a penetrating voice a a Hearne lord almighty god hear us this Day when we repent and fast for we Are in great misery. Do not turn away from our wickedness do not conceal from us your countenance do not withdraw yourself from our entreaties be dear to our prayers. Let your mercy move you to console us hear us As we do Cal upon you in the words As it is there spoken scarcely do they Call upon me that i hear them already they yet speak and i already understand it. For you lord hear in the time of misery you free and Rescue in every time of misery and despair. A praised be thou god who Hearest in the time of when theraby became from prayer youth stepped up to him. 44 the troopers Are prepared for departure a a announced 44 but they yet demand wine for in Anan. 44 our Slock is not Large any More a rejoined the other thoughtfully. 44 i must in general bring to your attention that we will soon be in want of the necessaries of 44 in no Case a replied the rabbi fiercely and significantly 14 of that i can assure he hurried upon the Wall. The throwing of missiles bad again ceased and one could look out without danger. The enemy had fallen Back and Only single Small groups tarried in the neighbourhood. During the night two More towers had been brought there out of the streets and a number of persons were busied with the preparations for further advancing. 44 then we should be attacked in three places a said the rabbi coldly. 44 the Good people give themselves More trouble than is necessary we can scarcely resist in one place. Have we no More tar wreaths than i see Here ? a 44 no a replied an cider 44 Straw and Wood 44 then we must be economical with the tar a rejoined the rabbi. 44 let the structures come near Here before you begin to 44 the troopers Are ready a it was announced after awhile. 41 erect a pole a commanded the rabbi 44 and tie a White rag to it the sign which waved from Tho Wall attracted several of the enemy who were walking around and they called to these that if they would All withdraw themselves they would let Down the Bridge and Send to them the troopers. Several ran with this intelligence to their leaders and soon the trumpets called Back All the swarms and a regular division of the troops placed itself to take guard of All that would happen yet at such a distance from the Castle that the hebrews could without fear open the door. The troopers walked Over the Bridge which quickly was drawn up again behind them and were received with cheers from Tho troops and the people. But from All sides they were asked in Happy wonder How they had Gono to work to move Tho hebrews to their when they replied that they had sent them with messages they were accompanied by a multitude of curious people to chateau Gray. They were frightened when they saw the Knight a few weeks had so disfigured him. He had terribly discovered that one does not commit great wrongs unpunished. Driven on by his thirst for revenge he had not borne considerations of combining himself with the common rabble he had offered up the common strength in Tho Hope of ruling them and directing them to his purposes and was now yoked Down by them and become their servant whom they Only yet offered a show of respect but who lacked All importance. The hordes of the people were formed out of the commonest and lowest classes and their violence would not let itself be bound. They counted. Pofe their number and strength and declared aloud that they could also get through with the hebrews without the haughty Knight who took it upon himself to command them. The troops who had opposed themselves to their own commander were inclined to nothing else than obedience to a Leader to whom they were Only bound by their free will. But the crusaders viewed themselves As the chief Force in this struggle and their influence on the people was 60 great that it Only required their voice to have a command from them obeyed. When now contrary to All expectation the siege was prolonged through the Gallant defence the Load of those evil thoughts which had immediately made themselves Felt weighed heavily upon the Knight a shudder seized Bim at the revolting barbarity of the robber hordes who were now his companions. The More these showed him that they endured him More than honoured him As a Superior officer the More they acted according to their own will and scorned his directions the deeper did he feel the disgrace of the Alliance to which he had degraded himself. Remorse and reflection took the place of his anger against the hebrews and the increasing thought for the displeasure of the King banished All rest from his nature for if after a Victory won in Quick connection he could justify his undertaking with the necessity of forcing Bis return to the Castle there still was no excuse for a protracted siege to which an excited multitude who practice misdeeds even in the City was used. In the list Days however he bad received information which quite pressed him Down. Osborn had successfully arrived at Crainville and had taken Tho chief command. A his haste had been so great that the troopers with Tho abducted Maiden arrived a few Days after him. But in the night following the Castle was burned Down and Only one of the troopers returned to York and announced this misfortune to Chat eau Grain. How it had originated whether they had saved the women the informer did not know. According to his narrative he had fatigued by journey Early repaired to rest while his companions yet revealed. A awakened by a noise which May have been Long in reaching his Remote chamber he staggered out. The dwelling the stables the barns and outhouses were in flames the horses were running wildly about and Tho servants dragged out of the Castle what could be brought away. He ran Back to get his effects then be had trouble to catch his horse which had run into the Field through the open door and when he had finally succeeded in catching Tho horse he found the Castle deserted. Chateau Gray a suffered horrible torments at this message. As Little As it satisfied As Little As it gave explanations of the occurrence at Crainville there was still revealed by it that he was ruined. His Only Possession was lost his plan foiled for if Hadassah should now have lost her life or escaped his plans were in either Case frustrated. In vain he had then by her abduction from the Castle excited the suspicion of the hebrews As to the purpose of his departure and thereby called up their refusal to admit him again in consequence of which to had begun this struggle which he now painfully repented. His passion for and assay his egotism which in the Alliance with the beloved Maiden must have been so richly Bat a isfried his ambition which relied upon the favor of the King i All were disappointed Well then give them some a said Joch but plenty of nothing remained for him but Tho feeling of his misery and his degradation. He now almost entirely withdrew himself from the struggle without gaining anything else by it than the contempt of the crusaders who quite openly disregarded Only yielded him Tho command Over the Small number of troopers. Under these circumstances the intelligence that the soldiers would Annex themselves to him was highly desirable be even rigidly expected that they would bring propositions from the besieged hebrews a

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