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Lorain Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1829, Elyria, OhioAmantea that was her name had i Tan orphan with one Only Broth having adopted the Christian they possessed but few friends in the London keeps Keing lines from the pen Torian Ros of a from Distant. Came with by title social aim the Earth to scan As Frie tid to Friend its Man to Man. No the stranger brought no arts no wealth he sought his every wish one View Confin a the interchange of mind with mind. What he the richest prize would deem was Friendship kindness and esteem what he would in return the same warm feelings of the heart. Idiot his with selfish views alone to Trace his course from zone to zone his Strete i affection s Chain land to and from main to the Elvanious Powers and Virtues toil in Hitman Heads and hearts that dwell the Bonds of love the race to bind and make one people of Mankind. The literary chronicle. The renegade. The sack of the City had commen ced. The fire dated from a Hundred roofs the crash of broken bars and bolts rang through the blood stained streets of the Long peaceful Mother of the arts. Barbarians of Gigantic stat ure their hair flowing wildly on their shoulders and wielding Spears of prodigious length with fierce gestures and dissonant cries trampled the venerable Halls of the Areopagus and violated the holy stillness of the every outlet and Avenue was choked with a terror stricken crowd flying from the Conquy covers who satiate with carnage now abandoned themselves to rapine and excess. The goths were no win Athens. Ulderic one of the bravest of the Peruli and the gothic army could boast no tribe More valiant led a band of his companions to plunder a spa Cious and Noble looking mansion. It was already deserted by its the spoilers passed from room to room pausing at times to gather the Rich Stulls and vessels of Gold and Silver by Winch the apartments were but tit 1 t 1 i i 1 1 i t i own rank and led a Lonel life Mitil the arrival of i the shores of Attica. Her brother As she of Wiathe defence of his n a attendants tied at the sound 6f anly hopeless of escape by earthly Means she waa engaged in imploring divine Succour at the moment Ulderic burst on her Retreat. This narrative though Brief was not concluded till after Many interviews. It was impossible for Chari Tea to re fuse meeting the defender of her. Life and honour. The remembrance too that for her Sake he had sacrificed Fortune friends and military glory could not but immediate strongly in his favour and the extraordinary person Al Beauty of the Young Goth was entirely without its influence. Ulderic meantime became daily enamoured and More hopeless. The religious enthusiasm of Chari Tea for hers was the christianity of the third Century mingling with and controlling every action of her life her lofty and fervent imagination and the Rich eloquence in which at times she gave utterance to her feelings All conspired to nurture in his heart a sentiment of reverential Handhen Otiest Tion that he was not quite indifferent to her he would have left Athens and endeavoured to forget his love. Was months before he ventured it to the object and when he did it was so humbly and despairingly that the Maiden could not but express the rejection she anticipated in the most gentle terms. You Are not a Christian and she sighed. And Iff were a Christian charitea.? the Blush and smile that were her Only answer might have encouraged the most timid Lover. What Marvel then if under the guidance of so Lovely and zealous an instruct Ress Ulderic speedily abandoned the of his forefathers and became a conscientious believer in the pure and simple to nets of the Christian Faith. Love had no share in his t conversion Ulderic who cared Little about wealth soon outstripped his search of a prize More suited to Liis taste. After 51 Long sur vey he discovered a Small Dootr-n6ariv- behind some hangings and throwing it violently open perceived the figure of a Young girl with clasped hands and pallid face kneeling before a Crucifix at the noise of his Entrance she arose and stood before him. He had expected shrieks and supplication the Calm majesty of her air the holy Resigna Tion of her countenance awed the soul of the barbarian and he endeavoured by signs to intimate that he intended her no injury or insult and when she motioned him away sought to express his inclination to protect her from the violence of his countrymen. Ulderic had seen men meet danger calmly but to fits Sublime and Marty like Deport ment in a woman was so strange and novel As to affect him in a manner that caused wonder at his own emotions. At the symptoms of has pity the poor girls manner became less firm burst ing into tears she threw herself at the Leet of the relenting Goth. He renewed his mute offers of Protection and accompanying her Down private Stair Case followed under her guidance a silent and respectful guard to an obscure House in the suburbs where the poor inhabitants came Forth with Joy to offer her shelter and concealment. Around Liis Humble Ling at his own weakness and favoured Only by an occasional kind glance or grateful smile from her whom he had rescued Ulderic maintained an anxious watch while the conquering troops still ravaged the wide City and after the work of devastation was Complete without purpose or reason for his stay desiring he knew not what and Loath ing his Comrade s society he knew not Why though the gothic Fleet set sail from the Piraeus Ulderic remained in Athens. It was in truth the height of rash Ness and Folly for one of the detested goths to expose himself to the revenge of their desolated Homes and the Young War rior must certainly have perished had not the maid ii now secure from fur ther evils enjoined her faithful hosts to afford him a Retreat during this his body athenian garb the last Grgek la new at least they both said and thought so and if they deceived themselves the harshest moralist could have smiled at the Chari Tea too to place her lovers. Doubt Ai eventful history to thei ears of the great Man. Appeared less charmed by the condescension of their new Friend and though his discourse was in Tiv highest degree Lively and a the Solitude of his Sci Ofhie Ssofi was disposed main to her religious Asce Tison and he now for the first time be Gan to perceive and to lament the very Large portion of time which she Consu med in pious exercises As lie paced the deck alone at evening enjoying the refreshing coolness after the heat of a Long cloudless summer Day he now and then sighed that she should think it a duty at such an hour to immune herself below in the performance of acts of Devotion. On one occasion stealing Down with the design of be Guiling her from her employment his ear caught the following strains uttered in a Low whispering voice time was two heart throbbed on Serene and unsexed by Fern or like Metlis Tjw s Fountain troubled Only by holy things descending1 calmly there. Mine was a love but not to Rhor tals Given a Pride but not in charms of lace a spotless love that panted still for heaven. A sacred Pride that there should be my place. As some Lone Fountain in Whoso streams soft ,.j playing Ere was mirrored save the pure Calm sky till one by Clinice the a Latles around surveying there Cimic traced his image wan Dering by. So slept my spirit from the world divided till o or its Depths his glorious Shadow known before or Long Sursi Wali ening and kindling to delicious flame. Sinful pleas did teach me of lord if this be if love like tins unmet unholy be yet from my heart i la tear its fondest my ure Orcas the til a year s probation Hall proved constancy of his religious change. Other considerations however came to trouble their Felicity. The Small Quantity of Gold be jewel which the Maiden had saved in her escape was gradually disappearing. In the place of her mansion the goths had left Only a Heap of ruins and she Learned that the Vii Yards and Olive Groves which had formed the chief por Tion of her brother s wealth were utterly wasted and destroyed. With the Prospect of total destitution Ilder in unskilled in any Trade but War could devise no remedy for the evil. But at the moment when they were reduced to their last piece of Gold and even Confidence in divine Aid failed to support her cheerfulness the news reached Athens that Naulo Batus the chief of the Peruli after ravaging the whole Western coast of Greece had accepted an honourable capitulation and entered with All his band i to the service of the emperor gah Ienus. To secure a passage to brim usum by the first firemen for himself and his mistress was the Young he described to of his obtaining and Ivo the tortured remnant All to the already thought Ulderic As he silently withdrew already she repents of having loved me. The remainder of their voyage was unmarked by any incident and on their arrival at Brun Dusi urn they took leave of the rest of the passengers not without a Promise from Dyni trades that he would take an Early Opportunity of recommend to notice of but a part to dream that fee rude unlettered Goth would Iong continue to be dear to the refined athenian maid spare me she exclaimed with a fresh Access of grief me these unjust upbraid rigs. , still shall love you Ever truly fondly firmly. You shall know All then. It shall be told Promise but fortitude and patience. Start i know you saw Notor suspected in our voyage from Athens How i was treated by that Man. I was at first offended Only by his look and Man might have believed that i mis took their meaning had he not placed Rny suspicions beyond a doubt on two or three occasions which he found of addressing me his spies must have watched us to Rome for the very Day after our arrival he discovered this obscure Retreat. Since then he has never ceased to persecute Rne with his infamous offers yet t fear to Tell you Well knowing the wretch s Power and your temper s violence. This Day been Here and if i a till delay compliance to tear me hence by bring of you disgrace or death. By cried the Goth drawing3 his tall form to its full height and joining his clenched hands above his Odin i my Dag Ger to the Hilt in his detested carcase. For a Footstool. Have some faint and obscure notions of Tain things so finely treated it author laying his hand i manuscript so i a t m a. 1 _ _ hey Dpi 6 most gah Ienus pretend to aspire Points of resemblance with the do replied the q most Loving youth consents to restore thy Little but upon one condition for trades is a g Geeky and therefore thing he Wisko to do honour to his gods by adding so worthy a youth to the number of votaries. Must become a to shipper of Jove and we will give a place among our guards. If refuses dem trades shall keep Tai girl and we will have thee Burnt we have not As yet slain one Christia Aff in our reign and we do wrong. Soj Long to delay imitating the example of our dear father o most Are no Escelie by Goth s next care. Her the certainty High and powerful situation among his comrades of whom he had before been one of the eminent leaders been a attorney Gen of on Wale and although her religious feeling caused her to disapprove of his Resu tiling the military proc so Iii yet in Case of such extremity she was compelled to acquiesce and consented to accompany him to among the companions of their Voy age to Italy was an Asiatic greek by name dem trades. The acknowledged Friend of gah Ienus the ready minister to each new whim or fancy of that licentious and inconstant Prince he was of course treated by his fellow passengers with that deference men Are wont to Manifest toward those whom Kings Delight to honour and equally of course he received their homage with contemptuous indifference. Towards Ulderic and Chari Tea his manner was however More conciliating. Seemingly interested by their appearance and treated them with a kindness and a familiarity that completely won tie heart of the inexperienced Goth and induced him Ere their voyage was comple Tilto confide the whole of his of rank in the Imperial guard f he travellers beheld Rome for the irs time with More of wonder than Delight Rome destined Little longer of be the Harbor of Imperial greatness n All the bloated and unhealthy grand or of its latter Days Glit ring with gorgeous palaces and temples and swarm no with a countless population Idle destitute alike of one spark of virtue or valour. Having procured a resting place for Chari Tea. The first care of Ulderic was to seek his old commander Naul Batus. The honest chieftain received him with a courteous Welcome and forthwith Oli ered him a place of importance in the i charts of the Peruli this was joyfully accepted on the part of the Young Goth whose circumstances admitted not delay though he had still a secret Confidence in the Promise procure him a Sta Tion about the emperor s person however passed away and he Heiji nothing from that accomplished Greik the duties of his military com Manji were important and he engaged with an Ardour that left Little for love he sometimes passed Rio Joe Days without a glimpse of Char Itea but during his Hasty and unfree Queil visits he could not but remark a in despondency in her manner i will grind his will slay him in tie very presence of wifi haughty . It was sometime Ere Chari Tea could succeed in moderating his fury. She represented to him the dangerous Folly of openly assailing so mighty a foe and proposed the safer Means of intercession arid entreaty in the meantime it was agreed that she should remove to another Quarter of the City and Ulderic left her to seek out some retired place of Refuge. The next Day he came at an Early hour to con duct her thither but she was gone. She had left the so said the other inmates at the Dawn of Day to join a prayer meeting of some christians in the neighbourhood but had not returned. In a transport of Griel and indignation he rushed to the pal Ace and inquiring for the apartment of dem trades he was refused admit Tance by the guards. The distracted youth then remembered the Generou Jnpaul Batus. Naul Batus thought he both can and will assist Rne and he hurried to the abode of the chief of thei Peruli. The Warrior was Start with True commiseration me of his wrongs. But when he toned the name of the suspected rav i exclaimed the chief the inventor of the new sauce the importer of another species of Rose from Syria he whom the emperor would be glad to make a god of i fear thy Case is desperate. But poor Ulderic 1 will straight not he this moment that become a a Christian i c Tell Why he thought jrilt6 Abanda old Faith of his countrymen but rather see him aught than one of the christians for they love not bold and Brave men.7 meantime was utterly a loss for words. This sudden turn in his affairs had come so edly upon him that he needed to examine his feeling. Had his Fey Only been involved natural age and a Strong sense of the in Josf ice of such treatment might 11" 1 men to gah Ienus. Though he May not much regard me As a roman and Consul i doubt not he will listen with attention to the Reno instances of the Leader of the goths.1 he hastily cuing his Chari Tea from the clutches of the licentious greek presented temptation too Strong to resist a when Gallie nub Calfbo again for 1 decision he signified his to the terms proposed. He was Forth under the guidance of Nau Loba Tus and after going thro the ceremony of throwing a few grains ii the Al tar of Jupiter was enrolled in Imperial guard and then conducted to the apartments provided for Hirm Here he saw Chari Tea. He was powerfully struck on entering by the re semblance which her present attitude bore to that of the hour of their first meeting. She stood before him now and Majestic As then. Ill they Tell Roj have become an infidel a a wer Rne in a word is it not a falsehood a wicked treacherous it is he groaned bitterly. Then she exclaimed vainly Strag. Gling to repress All symptoms of . Tion then we now forever. You have rent univ. Ced your renounce As suited his costume of chief magistrate and departed. The result of his intercession was a summons for Ulderic to appear the next Day before the emperor. On a Couch of the softest texture for which he vainly asked or imagined arid most luxurious form reclined the son of the unfortunate Valerian. He was surrounded by strange objects indicating the various occupations of his Lively but unprofitable Genius. On a table covered with scrawls of his original compositions Lay spread before him a manuscript of Plato s Republic flanked on one Side by a Basket of rare Flowers and on the oth i or by some utensils of culinary exper Wimenta. Two individuals totally Dis similar in appearance stood near As he of turns addressed them the one v i t in _ _ have broken your compact break mine with pc and. For what have you done this t preserve your Purchase Arev worthless years of miserable is is enc with countless Ages of sufferings even on Earth to be shunned by e Good and scoffed at by the bad As apis Tate renegade had you by chosen Ulderic the better part to i How joyfully could i have shared Yoi said the Goth cannot longer. Day after Day i have come met with of love and i find you of ten weeping always sad. Can it be my coming that afflicts you if so i ask but Candour. Say so and Ulderic the g oth he who once so loved you that he forgot the Joys of Conquest and the ties of Kindred so that he might but breathe and move in your Bright presence he who so loves you that he would count these and More than these cheaply sacrificed to dry those tears will forever free you from his loathed he entered with Ulderic behind him by slight inclination of the head and signed to the Young Goth to approach. Most worthy he began in a soft languid voice hath us thy causes of complaint we have questioned our de trades on the matter and he confesses to Haye Laid somewhat Hasty hands upon thy girl. Ulderic hastened to make a tem Perate reply. Silence said the continued the girl is a the same religion is death but now we meet no Here and of May your heart yet b touched with there remission even for such May meet hereafter i pity i forgive she turned and fled from his presence. He never saw her More. Some moments elapsed Ere Ulderic could so far collect his scattered sen ses As really to feel and understand his hopeless situation. With the conviction that Chari Tea had abandoned there was no Chance Tion or winning Back tier love thei came Over him a tumult of wild thoughts More Akin to his old Condi Tion than any he had Felt since his first Day at Athens. Gone for every he muttered to himself and All for i saved her Dishonour and this is Christian Charity f she has taught me Well How to forgive injuries. So revenge reve Rigep to Rush too trades to strike bunely crests of my barbarous count Myrnen where our pleasures Tai Bilge less polished Are More lasting and our truer though Lesoff fair thou. It was Ulderic it is Well
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