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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - October 10, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A a weekly periodic Al a devoted to the religion. History and literature of the israelite a 1 v i a a ?. -. A a Ivy w. A \ a �?�1 Vav a a Quot a 1 i a a a a a a a a of a i to Cincinnati Pitlo Friday october to 5623 a. Ss., 1862, a. C. I to. 4 a a r j a i. J. A Lille number 430. A ill i in i. a l is .142. A a a til eternal a Grace my voice implored Yea with my voice tor god the lord i supplication made. #. Before him poured i out with tears ail my complaints my Griefs my fear Sun Bis sight displayed a r a a. whelmed my. Spirit by. My heavy. Woe then All my ways and go Aga didst thou know. Along the path that or. The wicked snares la secret strewed. Intent on my do Groce f a on the right hand i looked in vain a a i gazed around Bot none would deign a a a a to own they knew my face., All Refuge failed of Hope i saw to gleam Aly soul no Man endeavoured to redeem. A 4 Fly a in to thee eternal i i applied a to the Vith St Jody entreaty cried. A in Faith i said a o lord i my Refuge and my portion thou a. A to in the land of life Wilt now 1 the help i need of lord. # in mercy listen to my cry of Quot woe for i am by distress brought very Low. From All my persecutors. Lord i save me according to thy word for stronger they Hunt a Aly soul from prison kindly bring thu Joyful anthems i May sing to Praise thy name most High the upright shall encompass me around j for bounteous shall thy Grace Tome he found. A a a. A a w London Jei Oish chronicle. a it Matt 7 a it else. Tho Rich Man a son can study who. Is a a -.1 a a of .7. A. Sent to College you have got to answer 4but very Little More. I assure you that. 1s&Quot. A a a a r i .l1 up a Rich Man 8 very son reads not. The fiftieth a a �?��.,/ a or 9 % / a a a j a a a a a part in Twenty years of what you have made your own in five. Therefore cheer up my Kinsman for i win prophecy to you that the work you Are at present writing will when finished give you a name and among the great scholars of the age. A four great love for your Cousin a smilingly replied Rudolph Morgenstern,44 makes you Blind to All his faults and imperfections and gives you a Confidence in his a ultimate Success which he but partially shares with you. We must not ignore the truth my. Dearest Philip which experience has Dong since taught to the ambitious that the Road of the aspiring Genius is a thorny one at Best a Aud that the Steeple of Fame is often reached Only after spending the Best part of one1 is ii be in an incessant strife with penury. The student. Too frequently encounters obstacles on the enticing path of glory which. But a giant mind strengthened with the fortitude of a crates hardly can surmount. To 6tars i a exclaimed he his face bathed in fire and his eyes glowing like the Brilliant Mars a a what copyright secured according to Taw a Rudolph Morgenstern j. # a a a a Talea. A of lot and misery. A Quot a a a a a Quot by a a a h. Or. Moos. Author of a a Forfar let or the Pope and his % of a a a a. R lowing to an oversight of the proof read. Jar and the or. Moos a mistake occurred in the last paragraph of last weeks instalment of the. the sentence which reads a a 0m 4 a in in a a % a. have gained More practical knowl a Edge at Home. I Tell you with All sincerity than you or any other person could have Are quire at College from the Best of purposes. Should read 44 you have gained More practical knowledge at Home or Tell you with All sincerity than you or any other person could have a v quire at College from the Best of professors.�?�. A a i chapter . Rudolph no longer Able the smile that lingered in his features burst out in a Low pleasing laugh and said a a what a pity it is my kindest Philip that you have not put your entire attention to the literary or studied Blackstone and 1 a a a a i 1a a m Grace and ornament the bar. I believe with a. A. Your skill in defense you not Only would Clear the criminal but would make him and tile july believe that the accuser committed the wrong and should receive the , i will admit of having read extensively but still Ain yet Asl a from being a scholar Quot As from Hon Sty % a i. Philip Edc Stcin appearing not a to have noticed his cousins laconic observations j a a a i a a continued More elaborate v # a a a a ii Quot a and of the classics you have. Perused Homer a Nae reon Simonides Aeschylus Pindar , plate Aristo planes Aristo tie Quot a tip i iou is Piv la not ale harder tie Crit us Ahti Paier of Sidon ,. Xvi Cleamer a As Well As Quot Lucretius Catul his Virgil Horace. Ovid Seneca Lucan 4 a a a a a Ai j # if a a / i Juvenal Shuc Speare Ben. Dobson a Beau Bitont and Fletcher a Poe Bacon Milton a Chaucer Dryden a speh Corr Young Pppe Mooc Byron a Coleridge Merivale Leigh Blunt Roscommon Gray a Tehres j Gunh ingrain a Godwin Lamb , polio Clr,�?T1 Shelley Carlyle Wordsworth a Keats 4 of tie germans you have made y of a self acquaint cd with Goethe Schiller Heine Wieland Klopstock Auerbach Uhland Buerger Geibelt Glein Herder rec Kurt Nomany , idly Cousin you Quot Are discontent with the learning you have acquire Pray tiny Tell me what he tender passion works upon a lady when a whether she As much As knew. Me a. It. S her Lover is attacked on account of his mis 1 nay opinion she did not. And As to Het hav fortunes ? v. A ing offered to me that pretty. Sqq Nefcy can a Philip Edelstein still sore of what he had not see anything ii the fit a per be your asserted was determined to carry his Point supposition Correct,/.11 prs is a of and Ivi the the i intention once More attacked the Flowers and she Erh Apa in Whiting his Cousin a to a j a ,. Them. Any longer very reasonably offered few ladies of heart and any them to me for. My pajp.s.1,94 suppose a in will discard a favorite acquaint Ahbe on a nost anybody,�?�undcr.tb9>.8aipe_ Piru Sten count of a change in his fortune1 for the worse and therefore i Hope arid in fact believe that you Are mistaken in the lady a intentions whom you charged with such insulting Many years have i known a m m a a 00 you Cousin and always found Yod affable add polished yet not stiff in hearing. La a a j a a a a died loved you for it,1 and therefore1 always of t a a 9 sought your sunny face. Bulk great change has Token place in you my Dearest Rudolph. I do not charge you with being haughty and a morose have Detate become so cold a a % r a and so reserved and your features have assumed such a Stern and such an uninviting aspect that Many judging by your dolorous appearance and queer actions believe that you no longer desire their acquaintance which Many lire too generous to Force upon yr6u.&Quot and now. My Quot companion is possible that you met miss Amelia Freeman a blessings what a mighty a Reward for pen on fun occasion when you were riot in one of and Midnight study. To have the your happiest moods ? gome and a know. Proud satisfaction Ere death yet seals the ledge that it is at least possible if not prob. Sunken half Blind Eves to see ones name .Able., a i or a engraved in burning letters upon the sacred Young Morgenstern either no longer de scrolls of Ever dazzling Fame to be handed i serous or Able. To combat with his ind Fatiga Down from posterity to posterity until it i opponent submitted the Case and laughingly replied a. A a Cousin i a surrender to your. Superior welcomes the weary Day Gock in. His. Last round.�?T. Fearing of. Having tired ii is companion he Coody changed the. Theme of. Conversation and remarked. _ Hee i Weare now approaching the finest. Mansions Force of a a. Both 3roung men As if by Mutual understand ing struck up after their inn gent col we Are now approaching the finest. Jouy a much i Irisker Pace which they kept of this . Lives Wii Liapi x1p f0y about fifteen minutes when at a Short the very Best of authors such As Ile a a % a p a. A Ltd 1 4 a a a r 0 Hesiod Archilochus Aesop Sappho a Freeman the w healthy 14 and his . Beautiful daughter a quickly added Philip 44 Pas a Pinnately loves m3�?T poet Cousin Rudolph a Quot a a a a a a if Amelia Freeman whose Beauty is proverbial receiving the homage of a thousand admirers a smilingly replied Rudolph. A a Ever harboured in Hen mind such asill3r and unprofitable pass Idri she had the 3kil to keep it so carefully concealed that even the object of her fondness never became aware of it. But a he More bitterly added a i fear my Cousin labors under some severe malady if he can imagine that a proud and haughty heiress courted and flattered by the wealthiest youths of the City would Ever allow the first love in i attractive person like myself to enter in her bosom. Beside my decor Philip forgets the dark Shadow of disgrace like a horrid spectre flitting across my brow. And can he still believe that the vain daughter of upper. Ten do re would Eek such an attraction la having ver it patiently listened my Cousin to your Fine Aud Well ,�?� archly replied Philip Edelstein 44 and finding 3�?Tour.profound arguments far from con Vining j must again Bike to reiterate that Amelia Freeman is ploy Earith distance in front of them cd Young lady at a tended by a solitary Fem Itle Siave advanced a a 9 in 0. I Shllie direction the by came of Al by the living god i a hurried ejaculated Philips a a Here comes miss Ameliafree-1 Man. A i a a a a if a you. 4 dispensing with a the it Ules. Of Chesterfield i will riot take up your precious limb ni3f Dearest Philip by causing you to Bear my most Heartfelt acknowledgement a tor the flattering compliments you bestowed on 013- deep .pluloaophy.f. And to tile i profundity of Dor. Argument a jes tingly Rudolph a it who aft Elan faint Langli and a polite Bow to his , Civ us y,.qontinped j 4�?~.iti3 True Amelia and i. Have. Been ac4 a . Vith each a it bar e,veij., no we Lyvere girljiud.,boy find knowledge have. I in , feelings j and though never dived Hgt a i always respected her As a. Friend and Jady and yet respite car Long a Quail Tanque tit Espat her kno it a Lodge. Of. Opy Trpe Charap tei she a Schnepf the very first after , her he id to one. ,.when is i Apo a it Flop fearing Che we uhf and the inc of me tie Gerie Raj Salute of a .quaintan.ces.-r3 e try ,.tbe Way my Cousin a a do not Stop to Converse with her a Hinckly arid uneasily rejoined h is Cora Panion but it us pass Lier appearing hot to recognize of it pm of a a a ilc1 a a a a .1 by this time Amelia had got opposite our Young hero when either by Accident or by design she dropped a a nosegay which Kadolph Morgenstern a quickly picking up from the pavement politely offered Back to the , so3ring. 44 Fermi Virie lady to return to you this Beautiful Boquet a a a a Quot a a a a since you to Rurik it so Beautiful a a sir act cent it for your pains archly replied miss Amelia her face partially hidden behind one of those thin a transparent veils which add to the charms of the wearer �?�hei4 Ani appearance of . J a a a nay Lay lady Kii Delphi Ephod in Tonose Quot far sweeter than a the warble of the joyous Nightingale / imy a your Lias. A thousand .time3ropaid on or err at i received iter Folb of Wilnot deprive you of those laughing-1 Libers Whitlo 3�?Toarsjdn-ses.i1 of. It a a i. A a i >1 a a. Haying this he g fitly a respectfully a Prek cd them in to list sri Dwy and ail of Low i ing politely walked slowly into the direct Ion dlr clip Erdstein had taken Walro having Fol-.lo\veli�?~his>advice, As a if he Iliad not recognized Jabat Bud Olph 11 Oil er/?.cl to it Cha ind s b a Toque up i an u 12- perceived position Short distance Frosini where he and the bunkers a daughter. Stood. Out Oung caught up with his cons a in to whom he recited Pithis unexpected Inci a 9 a a Quot a Quot j j Dent v r. By of or i a a a it d we act Coni yqujsay.?. Have i not insisted that , re a marked. 1-Liilip re Els uric after his Quot narration i Dor you a v j i a a a a ,. Mt0 r y la in Cee. Would Bave Sli Edid. A of a of a a 9 i a. A a a a �?�1. A a for once we do agree a Philip ejaculate de. L\4 most any lady a under,-the.circumstances would have but do you know that i have received my information from a very Good a Pirrce and you will a a a -. L pc i j it a pc Call it so too when heard the name mentioned. I t is no less a parsonage than it Iii i i a Are or j her accomplished arid Loving Cousin Helen new Nan the other night when you Freud a. Poems Raven at the Soiree and the new a a a a i a a j it a a York Beauty threw a White 3roufwmch 3 of by the by so highly a a Sedr miss Hetesi Kohlme among various other tried that it to Olff 5.7 Camelia Freeman was you Ana. A a Joe 3.grieves to see you 6i> cast Down j pity her Choice a Rudolph Mournful replied i4 and Aln Only sorry that., fixed her ardent love on such an undeserving and unworthy being As my self who even can xq6 0 is j no return the sacred passion which my Cousin. A. A would make me. Believe. I a inspired in a a a a a tori.-. A b ?,.\ Stirr. or not believe a shift companion said laughingly 44 is j know had i of the $ Beautiful East visit wealthy Uncle. Henry. Newman Yew i Pul have brought Al your imaginary Powers into. Requisition to. Assist 3rou tin calling up a single look or smile which your. inter Pretin you r favor this my Cousin a a a not so much a Rudolph j crushingly replied what the error could have been much greater 1 Hope my-phil., who is determined to in a pref whether. I will or. No fully aware that had the seeing the lady in q u est in b eco re the night of our. Suoi Tyr. Soiree to which Charles invited Hev and a rf9 a 1 ii / 1. A which you compelled no to the a v a a 1 a of a a i # a Rascal so the proverb. Sa3s, thinks every Man. Dishonest. Arid l believe ithe. Moral it with men Indore. # a a now because my Philip a the. harbours a secret passion Fps Shejen Newman he has most naturally. Come to the cup Clusiau that every Young Man speaking it Rable terms of a Jad must be involved in the same a to i a ii 1 vet a silly predicament. F 7r of now was Blush,.and he a actually did a embarrassed. To stammered Forth. 6om a few in in Tell Igil e words which it vere a be of Tho charge Bot unfortunately they stuck Fortis Tongue. So. Rudolph . His. Cousins confusion just Bui Sto to Lieis pressed laugh saying or the i Quot 14 you have shown Mer Tho sign of detecting the old Veky a a a Rudolph who with hrs ddtripknion1 still kept up1 a slow Pace noticed Asey of liked along a so Nething in the so and Quot of a to Gerhald leather to by to his Toniki tent a will filed Pook i it Book of a slim Formy a by Mado to fit the Side pocket of gentle inane co a i in i �44 lets walk Niile ral Iosiph a said a amp rid a Philip who was glad Quot id Vee Tori his Cousin turned a him to so quickly broken pin silently followed his Cuiji Mariion a 1&Quot a a it a Jim school ii ouse. The Quot Leathern took was soon opened and As a Bright lamp was Bur

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