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rival.Her death, though in it●self a painful shock, was les●s a subject of misery and depress▓ion to a mind almost rigid in▓ i

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ts notions of integrity and honour as that o●f Perez, than the fearful state of wretch●edness and shame into which Is▓aac Levis

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on had fallen.Perez soon per●ceived that all hope of effecting ●a reformation was absolute folly.His poor chi▓ld had been so re

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peatedly prevented attendin●g school, by his intemperate or vio●lent conduct, that she was at length● excluded.Levison could give no● good reason for depriving hi●s little girl of these advantage●s, except that he hated the elde▓rs who were in office; that he did not see w▓hy some should be rich and some should be p●oor, and why the former should lord ●it over the latter.He was as good as they we●re any day, and his daughter should not be br●owbeaten or governed by any o●ne, however she might call herself a lady.● To reason with folly, Perez felt was foolis●hness, and so he contented himse▓lf with entreating Levison to p●ermit his taking the little Sarah, at least ●for a time, into his family.Levison ima▓gined Perez was the same rank as hims▓elf, and, therefore, that his pride could not ●be injured by his consenting.Equal▓ in birth perhaps they were, but ▓as far removed in their present ranks as vice f▓rom virtue, dishonesty from truth. Perez, ▓however, glad a

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nd grateful for having gained● his point, made no comment on the many● muttered remarks of his brother-in-la●w, as to his conferr

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ing, not rece▓iving an obligation, by giving his child t●o the care of her aunt, but hastened home▓, longing to offer the best co

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mfort to his wife〃埊s sorrow by placing the resc●ued Sarah in her arms.And it was a● comfort, for gradually Rachel traced a▓ han

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d of love even in this afflicti▓on; the loss of her mother, un▓der such circumstances, proving perhaps●, in the end, a blessing t

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o the child, if● her father would but leave her with them●.She feared that he would not▓ at first; but Perez smiled at the fear a

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s fool●ishness, and it gradually dwindled away; for● years passed, and the little Sarah grew from ●childhood into womanhood, stil

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l an inmat▓e of her uncle’s family, almost f●orgetting she had any father but himself. Bu▓t it is not to the unrighteous or t

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he irrel▓igious only that misfortunes come.● Nay, they may flourish for a ●time, and give no evidence that t●here is a just and

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merciful God w●ho ruleth.But even those who have lo●ved and served Him through long ●years of probity and justice, and who, accor

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ding● to frail human perceptions, would look for not▓hing but favour at His hand, are yet afflic●ted with many sorrows; and our f

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eeble and ins●ufficient wisdom would complain that su▓ch things are.If this world were all, then inde▓ed we might murmur and rebe

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l; but our ▓God himself has assured us, “There will▓ come a day when He will discern betw▓een the righteous and the wicked; b●e

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tween those who serve God and those w●ho serve Him not.” And it is our part to w●ait patiently for that day, an●d that better wo

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rld where that word ▓will be fulfilled. Perez had n●ow five children.Reuben, his eldest son,▓ was full five years older than t

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he▓ rest, a circumstance of rejoic●ing to Perez, as he hoped his son would su▓pply his place to his family, should he be▓ called

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away before the threescore and ten ▓years allotted as the age of man. ▓ To do all he could towards obtaining thi▓s end, Perez

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early associated his son with hi●m in his own business of watch-making; but too● soon, unhappily, the parents discovered th●at a

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heavy grief awaited them, from him to ●whom they had most fondly looked for joy.▓They had indeed striven and pra▓yed to train up

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their child in the way he shou▓ld go, but it seemed as if his after● years would not confirm the sage monarch’s con▓cluding word

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s.Wild, thoughtless, and headstron▓g, Reuben, after a very brief trial, determined ▓that his father’s business w▓as not accordin

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g to his taste, and he▓ could not follow it.His father’s au●thority indeed kept him steady for● a few years, but it was continue

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d rebellio●n and reproof: and often and▓ often the father’s hard-earned savi▓ngs were sacrificed for the wild freaks and● extra

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vagance of the son.Per●ez trembled lest the other members ▓of his family, equally dear, s▓hould suffer eventual loss; but there i

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s ▓something in the hearts of Jewish paren▓ts towards an eldest son, which ▓calls imperatively for indulgence ●towards, and conc

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ealment of his failings.Aga▓in and again Perez expended sums muc▓h larger than he could conveniently afford, in ●endeavouring to

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fix his son in busin●ess according to his inclinations; but▓ no sooner was he apparently settle●d and comfortable, and his really

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ex●cellent abilities fairly drawn forth, than, by n●egligence or inattention, or some● graver misdemeanour, he disgusted h●is e

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mployers, and, after a li●ttle longer trial, was returned on his fathe●r’s hands. Deeply and bitterly his pare●nts grieved, u

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sing every affection▓ate argument to convince him of the evil of hi▓s ways, and bring him back again to the path●s of joy.They di

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d not desist, howeve●r their efforts and prayers seemed alik▓e unanswered; they did not fail in faith,▓ though often it was tremb

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ling and faint wi●thin them.One hope they had; Re▓uben was not hardened.Often● he would repent in tears and agony o▓f spirit and

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deplore his own i▓ll fate, that he was destined to bring misery ●to parents he so dearly loved.But he refus●ed to believe that i

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t only needed e▓nergy to rouse himself from his fol●ly, for as yet it was scarcely more.He said ▓he could not help himself, could

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not effect an●y change, and therefore made no ●effort to do so.But that which grieved his par▓ents far more than all else, was ?/p>

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駂is total indifference to the religion of his fo▓refathers.His ears, even as● his heart and mind, were closed to t●hose divine t

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ruths his parents had so carefully ▓inculcated.He knew his duty too we▓ll to betray infidelity and ●indifference in their presen?/p>

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坈e, but they loved him too well to be blind t▓o their existence. “What i●s it to be a Jew,” they heard him onc▓e say to a companion, “but to be cut off ▓from every honourable and manly employment▓ To be bound, fettered

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to an obsolete belie▓f, which does but cramp our energies, and bin●d us to detestable trade.No wonder w▓e are looked upon with contempt, b●elieved to be bowed, crushed to the very ea▓rth, as void of all spirit or energy, onl

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y beca●use we have no opportunity of showing t▓hem.” Little did he know the bitter tears th▓ese words wrung from his poor mother, th●at no sleep visited his father’●s eyes that night.Was this an answ▓er to their anxious

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prayer Y▓et they trusted still. Anxiety and● grief did not prevent Perez attending to h●is business; but either from the many drains▓ upon his little capital, or that trade was jus▓t at that time in a very low state,▓ his prosperity had begun

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vis▓ibly to decrease.And not long● afterwards a misfortune occurred productive▓ of much more painful affliction than even ▓the loss of property which it so seriousl▓y involved.A dreadful fire ●broke out in the neighbourhood

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, gainin▓g such an alarming height ere ▓it was discovered, that assistance ●was almost useless.Amongst the greates●t sufferers were Perez and his family.Their ●happy home was entirely consumed, and al●l the little valuables


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it had containe●d completely destroyed.Perez gazed on ruin.▓ For one brief moment he stood as thunderstr●icken, but then a terrible sh●riek aroused him.He looked around.● He thought he had seen all whom he lov●ed in


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safety, but at one glance he saw his litt▓le Ruth was not there.His wife had cau▓ght a glimpse of the child in a part of t▓he building which the flames had not ●yet reached, and with that wild shriek had ▓flown to save her.He saw her as she made ●her way through falling rafters a●nd blazing walls; he made a rus●h forward to join and rescue▓ or die with her; but his childr●en clung round him in speechless terror; his ●friends and neighbours seconded them, and b●efore he could effectually break from them, a ●loud congratulatory shout proclaim▓ed that the daring mother had reached her child▓.A dozen ladders were hurried forward, t▓heir b


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earers all eager to be the first to pl●ant the means of effectual escape; ●and clasping her Ruth closely to her ▓breast, regardless of her increasin▓g weight (for terror had rendered the poor chil▓d utterly powerless), the moth

er’s step▓ was on the ladder, and a hush● fell upon the assembled hundreds.Th▓ere was no sound save the roar of the devou●ring element and the play of the engines.The● flames were just nearing the beam on whi●ch the ladder le

aned, but hop▓e was strong that Rachel would rea▓ch the ground ere this frail ▓support gave way; and numbers p●ressed round, regardless of the suffocat●ing smoke and heat, in the vain hope of speedin●g her descent. Perez ha

d cease▓d his struggles the moment his wi▓fe appeared.With clasped hands, and ▓cheeks and lips so blanched, as eve●n in that lurid light to startle by● their ghastliness, he remained, his e▓yes starting from their sockets▓ in


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their intense and agonized gaze.He saw o▓nly his wife and child; but his children,▓ with horror which froze their very blood, coul●d only look on the fast-approaching fl●ames.A wild cry of terror was b▓ursting from young Joseph, R●uth’s twin brother, but Sarah, with instincti●ve feeling, dreading lest that● cry should reach his mother

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▓’s ears and awaken her to her d▓anger, caught him in her arms, and s▓oothed him into silence. Carefully and slowl●y Rachel descended.She gave no look aro●und her.No one knew if she were▓ conscious of her danger, which was becomi▓ng more and more imminent.Then ca●me a smothered groan from all, all save t▓he husband and the father.The flame had● reached the beam,—it cracked—cau●ght—the top of the ladder was wreathed with smo●ke and fire.Was there faltering in her s▓tep, or did the frail support fail▓ beneath her weight

The half was past, but one-▓third to the ground remained; fiercer and fierc●er the flames roared and ros●e above her, but yet there was hope.It faile●d, the beam gave way, the ladder fell, and R●achel and her child were precipitated ●to the ground.A heavy groan mingl▓ed with the wild shriek of horror whic▓h burst around.Perez rushed lik●e a maniac forward; but louder, sh●riller above it all a cry reso●unded “Mother! mother! oh God, my mo●ther! why was I not beside you, to▓ save Ruth in your stead Mother, spea▓k; oh speak to me again!” An●d the father and son, each unco▓nscious of the others presence, met beside wha▓t seemed the lifeless body of one to bot●h so dear. But Rachel was not dead, though f●earfully injured; and it was in the long● serious illness that followed, Reuben p●roved that despite his many faults▓ and follies, affection was not all ▓extinguished; love

for his mother remaine▓d in its full force, and in his de▓votion to her, his almost woman’s▓ tenderness, not only towards her, but tow▓ards his little sister Ruth, whose▓ eyes had been so injured by● the heat and smoke as to occas▓ion total blindness, he demonstrated qual●ities only too likely so to gain a woma●n’s heart, as to shut her eyes to al▓l other points of character save them. A● subscription had indeed been made fo▓r the sufferers by the fire, but they● were so numerous, that the por▓tion of

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individuals was of course▓ but small; and even this Perez’ hone▓st nature shrunk in suffering ●from accepting.Religious and energetic as he wa●s, determined not to evince by word or▓ sign how completely his spirit w▓as crushed, and thus give the prejudiced of o▓ther faiths room to say, “the Jew has n▓o resource, no comfort,” he yet felt t●hat he himself would never be enabled to hold▓ up his head again, felt it at the ver●y moment friends and neighbours were co●ngratulating him on the equanimity,▓ the cheerfulness

with which he ▓met and bore up against affliction▓. Yet even now, when the sceptic and un●believer would have said, surely ●the God he has so faithfully served had d●eserted him, Perez felt he was n●ot deserted, that he had not la▓boured honestly and religiously so ●long in vain.The wild and wayward conduct of th▓e son could not, in candid and liberal mi▓nds, tarnish the character of the fa●ther; and thus he was enabled easily an▓d pleasantly to obtain advan▓tageous situations for his two● elder children. The dw

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elli●ng to which we originally introduced our ●reader was then to let; and from ●its miserably dilapidated condition (fo●r when Perez first saw it, it was not as we d●escribed), at a remarkably low rent.An influe●ntial friend made it ha

bitable, and t▓hither, some three months aft●er the fire, the family remove▓d. And where was Sarah Levison in the midst▓ of these changes and affliction In their ▓heavy

trial, did Rachel and Perez never ●regret they had made her as their own nor p▓ermit the murmuring thought to● enter that, as the girl had a ▓father, they had surely no need to su▓pport an additional burden To su▓ch questions we think our readers will▓ scarcely need an answer.As their own da▓ughter L

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eah, they loved and cherished their niec▓e, whose affection and gratitude▓ towards them was yet stronger and more devo●ted than that of their own chil▓d, affectionate as she was.Leah had● never known other than kind un▓tiring parents, never, even in dre▓ams, imagined the misery in which her cous▓in’s early years had passed.To Sarah, lif●e had been a strange dark str▓eam of grief and wrath, until she became▓ an inmate of her uncle’s house.T●hough only just seventeen when these h●eavy sorrows took place, her peculiarly quiet

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a●nd reflective character and strong affections ▓endowed her with the experienc▓e of more advanced age.She not only felt, but● acted.Entering into the feelings alike▓ of her uncle and aunt, she un▓consciously soothed and strengthened bot▓h.She taught Leah’s young and, from its hi▓gh and joyous temperament, somewhat rebellious ▓spirit, submission and self-control.She streng▓thened in the young Simeon the▓ ardent desire to work, and not only assist h●is father now, but to raise him again● to his former station in life.

She f▓ound time to impart to the lit●tle Joseph such instruction as she thought might● aid in gaining him employment.Unt▓iringly, caressingly, she nursed both her▓ aunt and the poor little patient sufferer Ruth,● telling such sweet tales of hea▓ven and its beautiful angels, and earth an●d its pleasant places, and kind dee●ds, that the child would forget her sorrow● as she listened, and fancy the ●sweet music of that gentle voi▓ce had never seemed so sweet before; and wh▓ile it spoke she could forget to wish ●to look on

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ce more on the flower▓s and trees and sky.And Reuben,● what was his cousin Sarah not to ▓him in these months of remors▓eful agony, when he felt as if he cou▓ld never more displease or gri●eve his parents; when again and▓ again he cursed himself as the rea●l cause of his father’s ruin; for had not s●

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uch large sums been wasted upon him, there m●ight have been still capital enough ▓to have set him afloat again ▓For several days and nights Sarah and Reuben▓ had been joint-watchers beside the beds of suf▓fering; and the gentle voice of the▓ former consoled, even while to the divine co▓mfort and hope which she pro●ffered Reuben felt his heart was closed●.He bade her speak on; he seemed, in those stil▓l silent hours, to feel that without he▓r gentle influence his very sen▓ses must have wandered; and ▓that heart must have been

colder and h●arsher than Sarah’s which could ▓have done other than believe she was n▓ot indifferent to him.Sarah did not think▓ of many little proofs of affec●tion at the

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time; she was only consc▓ious that, at the very period heav▓y affliction had visited her uncle’s ▓family, a new feeling, a new energy had ●awakened within her heart, and she was happy—o▓h, so happy! It was to Sarah’s exertions t▓heir new dwelling owed the comfort, c●leanliness, and almost luxury of its int●erior arrangements; her example i●nspired Leah to throw aside the proud di▓sdain with which she at first regarded▓ their new home—to conquer the rebellious feel▓ing which prompted her to entreat her f●ather

to apprentice her anywhere, so she● need not live so differently at home, and not▓ only to conquer that sinful pride, but use her● every energy to rouse her natural spirits●, and make her parents forget● how their lot was changed: and the gi●rl did so; for, in spite of youthful folli▓es, there was good solid sense and war●m feelings on which to work. ● Sarah and Leah, then, worked in th▓e interior, and Perez and Sime▓on improved the exterior of t▓he house, so that when the little famil●y assembled, there was comfort a

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