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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - May 23, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio Tin a no e or a 9a weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. . 47, Cincinnati Ohio Friday May 23, 5622 a. Di., 1862, a. C. Liole in Ember 411. The israelite printed Erory Friday at 32 sixth Street. Both a main a and Walnut Cincinnati. Ohio by Bloch a co., for Isaac jul. Wise editor a proprietor to rec dollars per annul to Advance. The Deborah a published measly in German at Tho .8ami off co Aud by the same publisher at Oao Dollar an i fifty contain Advance. For Tho two publications 1aku by the Arno person four Dom Are per Anno Ai in air Inco. Preachers Ara charged Bat half those prices. Ofrim of Adverl Liing in Eilicer paper per Square of twelve i cues of this Oua Typo net up solid one insertion 75c�rnts two insert Lone is Throe insertion is for i month i 3 Mouths 6 months 12 months i do i of i g of i to of Airor Isom int wit bout Cha Goland paper i year a a 2 llu�in�9 �?T7irdr, oot exceeding lines solid. Pic Shedio a ichor Piper of published la both papers cd ire0 w ill be double with to per cont off. Goo printing in English German and hebrew Oxe entail promptly and every desert of by of Job printing in by ii a or German or received and it it Cuc 4 with Correct Ness neatness and dispatch. Comm Node it Ion to insure pro in it at to should is written on Bat one Side of Tho paper and in a Plain legible band. 1 la. Maclane. Superintendent psalm 126. Parti. When Tbs eternal set us free from our Long Captivity we might return Home to Zion mount again dreamy pleasure caused our brain feverishly to Burn a a Joyful were we a1 the Day and our voice with laughter Gay kept the Welkin ringing neither silent was our Tongue but the Heathen tribes among Hever ceased we singing. % 11 much a exclaimed they every one it hath he eternal for them done a we responded a a a von a a much the eternal hath indeed a done for us his chosen seed 44 wherefore we Are part la. Lord i those of us who still remain whom soul enthralling chains retain in vile Captivity. Of turn again to thee our Sud of Babel a Rivers southward run to mingle in the sea. They who amid surrounding fear with eyes be dimmed by sorrows tears sow hopefully thou weeping shall yet with Beans of gladness sing to see the fruit their labors bring when comes the time of reaping. Though he that seed of Promise bears May be oppressed with anxious Cires a when Home he Laden leaves return shall he with Joyful smiles produce of Bis toils a abundant Golden sheaves. London be Ivanh chronicle. Are robbers then take All which you can i by agony As by Hannah s pow find but spare women who can not oppose Erless fury the men dragged both out with themselves to you. Do not murder the poor child at the death bed of her Mother-17 11 by ail the devils 77 cried one of the men laughing a a i believe the woman is dead. Good i that saves us a blow of the a a pack yourself to the Devil 77 cried a second to Hannah. A a we have nothing to do with you. Let us St ize the wench 17 44 i will not move from this spot 11 replied Hannah a a murder me also if you wish.77 a that you can have a cried a third drawing his sword. 111 will run you and the wench through if you do not instantly withdraw a a a As dear As your life is to you you mad Man hold a cried Forward. 44 old Meredith yield no harm shall happen to the Maiden we will convey Ber into safety.71 a a you know to 77 a ked Hannah in whom a Hope moved. A a who Are you a u have you entirely forgotten Peppi 17 the other rejoined. 41 Why you have often enough seen me with Owens Bride. Go Good woman do not keep us Back we have More to do. You must not feel uneasy about this girl we will Rescue Ber. Now save Yon 41 hold a cried a further Man. 44 the people Are not yet Here to receive the girl. Until then also the woman must not leave the Honse. A a the is right a Effie whispered into Peppi s ear. A a silo might make a noise and betray us before we have received the Money. 11 the hebrews and crusaders of England. By or. Fras Kolm. Translated expressly for the israelite chapter x v i a icon tinted a Hannah saw that the sick woman Jay in her last moments. Hadassah had sunk upon her Knees,.weeping, and outside the tumult lad reached a terrible Hight. Hadassah did not heed the noise she had no thought for anything save her Kotlier. But Hannah was irresolute the desire to Ascer a Tain the cause of the horrible excitement a the fear of a danger the extent of which a a could not yet be distinguished the desire to 1 eave herself and Deryoung Friend the doubt whether she might Leare the dying woman l the fear of venturing herself out into the tumult produced in Hcrman indecision which % 1 in connection with the highest Surpri Seand confusion robbed her of the capacity of i a just speak loud Good Effie a cried Peppi with louder voice. 41 before whom do you now Lay constraint upon yourself. We Are your Good friends who know How to thank you for having opened the House As we also Are rejoiced at your caution. But be without fear. We will not sooner deliver up the Maiden than the promised sum is paid Over to us Andje our part shall not be lost to a Effie Effie a stammered Hadassah. A a a you have betrayed us you have sold me to whom a 44 she meant in Well with you a said Peppi breaking out into a diabolical laugh As Effie remained silent and embarrassed. A 41 she surrenders you to a distinguished protector who will make you a respected lady while your depraved race is 44 yes a stammered Effie gathering courage 441 have thought of your preservation. You will yet acknowledge my exertions. A then do not forget an old woman who has done so much for you.71 a Effie 77 cried Hadassah in despair. �?-44 what have they offered you for this dreadful treason i will give you three times As much four times a much Dame the Price yourself but free me. A see h e re the Corpse of the woman Ivhon took your want who saved you from the bitterest misery a is it possible for you to make the daughter so soundlessly miserable consider again it is yet time Lead me to Jossen and i guaranty you and these people everything which you May demand. You know t keep my word you can to responsible for 44 we do not doubt your Good will,77 said Peppi scornfully �?~4 but you have nothing More to give away or to make presents .1 any. Resolution. She still a food there inac a v dive and a typified when five or six men. Burst into the room. Behind them Peppi showed herself beside whom Effie searingly flood. A Quot this is her,77 Effie whispered to the -.her, while she pointed to Hadassah who unspeakable horror gazed at the Intro ters with staring glances. A a a seize Herl a Peppi commanded the ten. U what want you a Hannah cried out freeing herself before Hadassah with out Fead if to protect her. 41 who to of what brings you hither if you 44 what s the use of this talk a cried one of the men impatiently. 14 away with her77 shrieking Hadassah clasped Hannah who firmly embraced her. A a tear them apart77 14 As Long As there yet is life in me,77 cried Hannah a you will not separate me from a a a a w we lose too much time,77 rejoined Peppi a a drag them both away May the Knight see to it How he will get rid of the old to a t l. The feeble opposition of Tbo-unfortunate1 women was soon overcome Aud. Unmoved a their a Jvn a them across the dark Bali to a place lit up by Many candles from whence Steps led to the lower As Well As the upper stories. A when they arrived Here a dense Cloud of smoke from above appeared and several men came with wild Jubilee Down the stairs. 4�?~ which accursed hand has so soon without orders started the fire a cried one of Hadassah a leaders furiously. A a which worthless scoundrel thinks that i must wait for Bis orders a replied a Young fellow resolutely. A 44 take this for the scoundrel a yelled the other in foaming fury while he struck a tremendous blow with his sword at the youth. Jieu too late the others seized his Arm. Already the youth had sunk to the ground. Hadassah a senses faded. Through the streets of York the cry of fire resounded and wakened the but a Buda was ret awake. The conversation with Bis Bride had deeply moved him for he had Well perceived the hopelessness of the condition of her Kotlier and what he said to Comfort Lier was against his conviction. When lie had departed j rom her the thought rested heavily upon his heart that her Mother would not live to see Daylight. Though the faithful Hannah Meredith was with his Bride still he Felt himself drawn on to stand by her Side in so hard an hour. He quickly turned around but the House was locked. Should he Knock and perhaps awake the sick one and with what pretext could be gloss Over his return could stiff Ray Send so soon be foretold with certainty he rebuked himself for Bise Cess re fear and still he could not dispel the anxiety which weighed upon his breast. It was impossible for him to close himself up in a room and he walked about the streets with Hasty strides and continually passed the House in which lived the Dearest one on Earth to him. As often As he neared the building his anxiety Rose and a painful expectation As though he must meet something extraordinary Lent wings to Bis feet still he always found tile door locked and the House in the most peaceful quiet and was angry at Bis foolishness. He finally resigned himself to a suspension of his vain wanderings but his thoughts had too greatly excited him to seek his Couch. He still walked about Bis chamber and the first Distant cry of fire met Bis ear. He Tore the window open but nothing showed the locality of the conflagration. Yet it mattered Little to him to receive information about this Only Fiat he bad a ground once More to hasten Back to the dwelling of Bis Bride he awakened a servant forbid Jos sen s being disturbed unless it should be necessary rushed out upon the Street upon which the watchmen were making a noise. It began to get Lively windows were opened everywhere Bere and there also Bouse doors questions were asked for the location of the conflagration but no one knew an answer for them. In the midst of the increasing noise a Buda hurried restlessly Forward and soon reached the Street to which it attracted him. There a violent terror ran through Bim for out of the roof of his brides House a powerful mass of fire and smoke issued a which like a dark Cloud extended Over the neighbouring Gables. The door was open and Many people apparently busied in chests and bundles out of the threatened building. A in the Large illuminated Entrance however Hadessah Lay in a swoon upon a sofa which was surrounded by strange wild forms among a whom several completely armed soldiers distinguished themselves. A he had Only tune yet to recognize Hadas Sah s fear disfigured features for in this to my nth covers and curtains were drawn about the bed which several men now raised aloft and carried away. A a Jyh Cre. Would you a take her a cried Rabudal who took the carriers of neighbors. Who had buried to the ragout stepping in a ii a Jwj a to Ai of a a a a. A upon the sound of his voice Hannah turned herself about. 11 Don Rabudal 17 cried she a a help res a it a Cue your Bride is being abducted 77 a horrified Rabudal looked about for the one who called and discovered her Between two armed men who were in the act of following the litter. A a Man of terrible appearance sprang toward her with a glittering knife. 4% this i will plunge into your Throat if you utter another sound i 71 cried be a a grimly. To Rabudal the terrible scene was inexplicable a thousand imaginations flew through his confused head but he became impressed with the danger in which Hadas Sah was placed and he Drew Bis sword. A but scarcely had it left the Sheath before the youth was seized from behind and thrown to the ground. A a it is the bridegroom a said a trooper,441 know him. Well take him with us that a the a 44 the safest is a Good stroke of the sword a rejoined a voice. A that our commander May decide a replied the trooper 411 will not take anything like that upon me. But quickly Ere we will be seen. Toe Devil take him who started the fire.77 with the greatest hurry Rabudal was bound and thrown into a littered the procession speedily put itself in motion. It was High time for already the flames burst out through the roof ominously the alarm Quot a Bells began to vibrate and from All quarters the frightened citizens streamed thither. The troopers hurried through dark solitary by ways and conveyed their captives into the Castle where chateau Gray who in anxious suspense was waiting in. The door of the guard room joyfully received them. Bot he was startled when he saw Hadassah insensible and deathly Pale. The old Hannah Meredith released from her captors threw herself upon the unfortunate Maiden. A a hasten haste 77 cried the Knight trembling a Bear her into her apartment so that she May recover. O heaven preserve Ber for 44 shall the old woman come along 77 a asked a trooper. 44 certainly certainly,�?T7 replied chateau rain. 44 she loves the Beautiful Maiden she is highly Welcome As she will exert herself in her a a the insensible girl was taken across the a a open space Between the Walls and the building where several Well preserved apartments were prepared for her reception. A chateau rain had offered up everything to make the furnishing As comfortable As possible and the past nights were made use of for the arrangement of every thing necessary. Only about a dozen people from the Force of the Castle men who for a Good regard seemed ready to undertake any service without consideration upon the nature of the same had been fallen into con Aden of and afforded assistance to the scheme Winch was to remain a strict secret to the remain Der of the Garrison. They had taken the curtains away from the litters and the freshness of the air re a a i # a Vived Hadassah. Above in the warmed rooms a woman who. Was designed for her service awaited her arrival and combined with Hannah for her assistance. Chateau rain withdrew to an Ante chamber and waited in burning impatience until the announcement of. Hadessah s recovery was brought to Bim by the woman. He immediately hurried to her. She concealed Ber Pale countenance in both hands and broke. I is % a a a a a a a out in loud lamentations a % a a a look at me Beautiful Hadassah,77 be a a a a began 44 convince yourself that a Friend stands before you whose nearness can Calm you.�?�. A /. A a o holy god,77 she moaned. 11 father of the orphan take mercy upon me have you then. So completely cast me off i am miserable helpless and deserted. From the Corpse of my Mother i am a Javay in my nameless grief i any Given into Tho

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