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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - May 16, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio Periodical vol. 46. Cincinnati Ohio Friday May 16, 5622, a. 1�1., 186s, a. C. Whole crumber 410. The israelite prime every Friday at 32 six feb Street retire Mala a no i will not Cin Ciavati. Ohio by Bloch it co., for Isaac i. Else a editor amp proprietor a. A a a do i lard or Ann am la Advance. Tho of Bitah is pallid had w.?oki>\ in German at Tho bume Oslo and by the Dame pub lither it at Oue Dollar god fifty Coats in Advance. For Tho two publicationtak3q by Tho -300 Pardon. Four do Jara Peran num in a pre Horn Jar. Arg a Bat half Homo prices. Termi of adverting la either paper per Square of two lilies of till a Bize Typo. Aet a solid one laser. Lfoa75c<joh two insertions51 thro insertions �1% for i month 3 months i g months i 12 months a i 50 4-00 i 6 00.1 to of a or Ertly ement without changed and paper s ear. I Bailo to ird not exceeding six 1inps,�o� Foj Pic Isho i in either Piner if published in both papers la gh-�r7-i will to doable with la per cent off Book printing in enc Lish. German and to Rcw ex-eat-1 p a aptly my Verv 1�crlotion of Job printing in English or received and with r rare one. Nein and d i i Tell. Dom a iii1 i ions Intaro prom of att.?n� Fon should to written of Bat one Aid of r he paper and in a Plain legible hand la. Mob of superintendent. P s a la 11 12 5._ these trusting in the lord shall be like Zions holy Hill which fixed forever on ifs base a remains unchanging still. Tho mountains gird Jerusalem so All hat him adore. A a a a a th1 eternal�?T8 love encompasses henceforward evermore. A for never shall the tyrants Rod a the Good Many Slot command lest to engage in evil deeds the upright lift his hand. O thou eternal kindness show to All fhe Good and kind let All who Are of upright heart thy Loving favor find. Those who to crooked by ways turn the lord shall Pat aside with evil doers but shall peace a. On israelis Cirse abide. London Jeu us chronicle. The he brews and crusaders of England. By by. Or Aroln. Translator cd inc Aly. For the israelite t. Cha Pter x continued Effie threw anxious searching glances upon Peppis a Job ascertain the effect of her a Quot d a a a a word. May be so a said Tho woman faltering and with self command. A a i have myself thought pressing circumstances could Haven line time driven you on to our destruction toward me you cer Tai Aly showed yourself indulgent aod.tliere-. Fore i come to hear you Aud it you can a a justify your conduct to Avail myself of your assistance. For see you have at any rate ruined me and it is no More than right that you should make Good As much As you Effie perceived with terror that she was in the Power of the fearful woman. She Drew her hastily along with Ber to a Small apartment which adjoined the Kitchen while she made sly arrangements to keep the servants Distant she locked the doors and brought Forth several dishes upon which her guest fell with wild avidity. Refreshed by the strengthening food Peppi seemed to assume a cheerful humor and called upon woman to relate How. It had gone with her and How she liked it in the House. Effie gradually lost her anxiety and now related the events in detail. Peppi seemed Well entertained by the narrative and Only interrupted her at the report of Hadassah a. Betrothal with the question if this Don Rabudal had taken part in Tho struggle before the burning building in London. Upon being reminded that he was the one who cleaved Nikko to a Skull and wounded Brian she. Started up furious -. With terrible a. Oaths she cursed the youth who had almost strangled her Heinz and her hate found vent in abominable words. A a the Knight Ghate Augrain should hear you speak a said Effie with laughter-1 lie would be glad for he hates the proud hebrews not less than a a Knight comte Ograin a cried Peppi 11 Why lie certainly is Tho commandant of the Castle what has he to do with the he brews a a a he begrudge him the Bride a replied the old woman still laughing 44 for he himself is in love with her to the death. Oil lid that is a Story to laugh heartily about the whole Houe the maid the servants All knew that the Knight was in love with our Young mistress Only our old jew was like one Blind and imagined that such a sir came Only on his 44 tile Sallow thing a muttered Peppi. A a a if i had Only wrung Lier neck that time when Brian threw Ber into my claws a a a a a Well How did she receive the knights love a a Eon. La a a a what can i poor old woman do for a a a you a a rejoined the other uneasily. 111 have. Been tossed about sick. And the world Peppi continue 14 of replied Effie 44 she had no eyes for anything but for her Rabudal. He was really destined for another one her Best Friend. I believe i have already told you tile 8tory before. Ile came to England to wed Jenssen s a 14 who Cap remember everything Peppi. A a i have Long since forgotten a a a a naturally a rejoined Effie a a Wei Atwould it matter to you but i had to witness the affair then Sucha thing is certainly remembered. I instantly saw that the Youngm in suited our Hadassah. There was chatter ing and caressing without end and she did not rest before she had made him unfaithful to the Friend. The poor Maiden has died cd. 14 you have moved Here with the jews fibr Lipec 11 have contented yourself Well and have enjoyed Good days.�?�. 44 would it have helped you,�?T1 replied the Cid woman a a of i had also Beon miserable a % do not believe that it was easy for me to . Accuse the lascivious wench i of cried Peppi. 1 44 a god accuse her Quot reiterated the i old woman a 41 what do \ hear a said Pepp appear follow the jews a Blit Whit will one not do entry astonished a a a you coincide in my if m necessity our project had failed i would then have Hadd. Return directly a not blame you for having preferred a comfortable living a said Peppi 44 and i Quot a m t a 9 Tun Quot glad that you Are now Able to serve a or. Me a. 11 a a hour would t be Able to do that Quot ask i ilk t i i. A a a . A 44 that will How itself Quot replied present Lead me into a room Herell can be comfortable. You certainly 1 do not want to let me stand Hore in the Hall bring me some warm soup a it is Long a Ince anything warm gassed my lips. Why t de you look around so embarrassed or Arre of my acquaintance do you. Res a that some one will meet Yousri crib a Jecny with me. .0, a e also vote better a clothes once and-1 do not Miod it much to a at Lair to the people1 what Lias brought me Down Tea Krould Bis quite agreeable to would be a ton tinted after that you wait determine i a Vii i i �?�1 curse.? Quot i ,44 Why should i not a asked the other. A n of a i to 1 a 41 it 18 just a 41 i Only thought a Peppi said a you. Had begun to love the people As you have so praised the treatment which they show 44 Well yes Quot returned Effie. 44 i Lack nothing and they give me what i need. A but nevertheless i am far from being satisfied yet. Will i then remain in a hebrew House forever a person surely wishes to live for himself some time and to that Money is required. Here i have now so faithfully nursed the old Man and have shown him every attention. What have i to How for it think you that in dying he even once thought of me not even anything has he willed Quot to me. / there a you can know the hebrews.�?T/. They. Quot gladly receive the of a Christian. Bub of re i warding they. So not think.�?�.i.,4�?Tithent you surely a Are badly. O2/v said 1 Piv a axe a a1 j. / r, pc oar pro sect in London Bald have been successful carried out you would now be a wealthy 41 quite True a sighed Effie. 44 but you can yet come to a handsome Fortune Quot Peppi continued 44 if you a have retained your former 44 How so a asked the old woman eagerly. 41 l in your place a said Peppi Low and confidentially a a would join myself to the crusaders when they 44 pshaw i to exclaimed Effie disappointed. 41 they will Lay hold without me they would indeed leave something Over for Rue. Ii la i a one can not know Quot returned Peppi you might find occasion to show them a similar service like required of you at that 44 and it might again result so poorly for us a Effie put in. 44 Why indeed a cried Peppi. 44ttere is no King who would Send troops against them and the Force in the Castle would not effect much if the commandant should perchance have the wonderful idea of coming to the assistance of the hebrews. That i know for i have viewed the Garrison 44 you a exclaimed Effie 44 have you the business of mustering troops were you in the Castle i thought you Only came to York to seek 41 could he yet be in love with Ber a a spoke Peppi thoughtfully to herself Leav. Ing the words of the old woman unnoticed. A. 4 who Quot asked Effie astonished. I no thinking of the a Knight a replied the other 44 and the thought just occurred to me if his inclination for the jew wench might yet 44 r do not doubt it a cried the old woman grinning. 44 he was very Earnest in it he could not live if he did not see Hadassah daily. Since her betrothal he certainly has not come into the House but that is quite natural it must vex him enough. But what coaids he do Only lately i met him in the Street he came Riding toward but be started when he saw me he stopped his horse and had the air As if he Woald address me. But thought that he might speak with me of Hadassah and that it would be advisable if i would not enter into it sol cast my eyes Down and went on my 44 the to address you on the Street Quot said Peppi despicable. A 14 hear Effie leave. Your fables away and speak the truth which is perhaps More profitable for if the Knight loves the jewess yet. Then there is something to be made by you Quot. 44 explain yourself plainer that i should understand you Quot rejoined the other anxiously. 44 that will a a a returned Peppi 41 but first you must have expressed yourself plainly whether Jou Are inclined to offer your hand to an undertaking which would bring you great a i 11 Yon want to Lead me into temptation a said Effie wavering Between eagerness and fear,41 and if i submit Yon can easily de a x #�1 a a a Btroy me. A a a a a a a Aba a oried peppv4 you do not Trust a a a a t i a to your bad conscience causes you fear be Calm. What is past is past your destruction would give me revenge,1 but not gain. I would More Likely have cause to be distrustful against you but i know this a a a in time,1 treachery would bring you death a a that you will perceive yourself when i have said everything andean to believe that you will be Quot sensible enough to Bee your own advantage a theofore Short and cer-1 lain will Yogi of a a a a 41 what do you require a asked the old. # a _ r a 1 a a Yon should open the House at night to. Me and beteral4�?Tfriends,&Quot the other re plied a i a t. A a a and if i agree to it?1 asked the old woman further a 51 what do to offers ��?�rriep1 ? l. A Hyon Hahn Chick Ybur part of the body yourself Quot returned Peppi. 14 you know the House it would be your own faulty if you would not Supply yourself Well.�?T. A 44 and who Are your friends a Effie inquired. A Quot a 11 the crusaders 199 cried Pepper with a terrible glance. 4 is it not True those Are men who would know How to punish treachery Well you Are ours now therefore no secret More from you Kaow have attached myself to the Brave men and have shared All their expeditions. Now i come from Stamford. Than was a pleasure a patience Here it shall be better upon York i have specially. Looked with Delight a a. A. 4 my Hearth treasure a cried Effie joyfully. 44 Why did you not immediately name to me your Brave companions you might have saved Many words. Yea i will certainly serve you Well As you allow me to participate All my knowledge of the place shall stand at your service. I am satisfied with you so shall you also be with me. 9 i yet Long the two horrible women discussed the plan whose execution was to be fixed upon one of the following nights. A cautiously then Effie let Ber Confederate oui of the House and Peppi took her Way to Ward the Castle where she encountered a Soldier on the draw badge who in the darkness was leaning upon Bis Halberd and did not discover the approaching woman until she hailed him. She informed him of her desire to be taken before the commandant of the Castle he took her into the guard room at the Entrance and there she remained exposed to the rough jests of several soldiers until announcement having reached the Knight that a woman attired in Raga wished to impart to Bim a highly important affair the order came to Lead her before him. A her conversation with the Knight lasted Long and a demoniacal Joy gleamed in her single Eye when she again returned through the gnat d room and outside disappeared in the darkness. I a a chapter Xiv i late in the evening of the sixteenth or March Don Rabudal sat with his Bride whose gloomy Frame of mind was cheered up by the unexpected arrival on the is1 Day of Tho faithful Hannah Meredith. Hannah had a accompanied her Soh who wished to report himself the next morning to chateau rain and remain with him until the departure of the army As far As York. Both who were a a a a a it i a i Only partially informed of the misfortunes a. Which had in the meanwhile happened to the Friendly hebrew families immediately went to see Jossen and filled with Frog hand a a a a grief at the desolation of the House,.to Hadassah. With double Fervour Hannah embraced the dear Maiden the Only one who now had to replace her the so much loved departed one. Hadassah agreeably eur prised by the presence of the old Friend could hardly satisfy her questions and Rabudal found her when he visited her in the evening still occupied in her sad narrative. Owen Early withdrew to the inn in j a a a a which he wished to Lodge Over night his Mother remained with Hadassah. In whose a a % a House she was requested to remain As a 0 a dear guest Abadal remained alone with the two women after Owen departure. A the sick half conscious Mother whose place ddn the. Room Ould not be counted along. He interrupted Hadassah a gloomy narrative and the complaints of the old woman to give the conversation a different turn be expressed the Hope which the whole congregation now nourished to be spared a visit of. The crusaders. A. A i a a Hope mainly rests upon the Circum Blancd that they have not already come Here a said it measures of my in Ole seem to have become know to them they know that Assur pulse is impossible Uliey Cain not arrive us Lesic for Tow it pre Vidt Folk nod then they would Fiol empty Waits la t

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