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he Spanish soldiers, a ▓father himself, and less violently prejudiced ▓than his fellows, had taken a fancy to t●he beautiful and afflicted boy always wan●dering about alone; and he thought it wou▓ld be doing a kind action to prevent● his accompanying the fugitives, by a▓dopting him as his own; believing it ●would be easy to rear him to the Catholic ●church, as one so young, and moreove●r, deaf and dumb, could have imbibed lit●tle of the Jewish misbelief.Kindl●y and tenderly he sought and won▓ the child’s affection, and found means to c●onverse with him intelligibly. Incap▓able of thinking evil, Aréli doubted not?/p>

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?his companion’s kindness, and though awa▓re he was a Spaniard and a Catholic, ar●tlessly betrayed the deep sufferi▓ng his banish

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dr▓ique worked on this; he told him he s●hould not leave them, that he would bring his f●amily and live there, and Aréli shou▓ld be

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loved by all.He worked on th●e boy’s fancy till he felt he had gained▓ his point, then erecting a small crucifix,▓ bade him kneel and worship.▓ The film passed from the eyes of the chil▓d, indignation flashed from every ●feature, and springing up, he tore the cross▓ to the earth, and trampled it into the d●ust

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.Ten or twelve soldiers who had been● carelessly watching Fadrique’s proce▓edings from a distance, enraged bey▓ond measure at this insult from a puny▓ boy, darted towards him, flung him▓ violently to the earth, and pointed their weap●ons at his throat.At that instant Jose▓phine stood before them; for she too ●had

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watched, with the anxious eye of affection,● the designs of Fadrique. “▓Are ye men!” she exclaimed, and th▓e rude soldiers shrunk abashed fr▓om her glance, “that thus y▓e would take the blood of an innoc●ent helpless child—one whose very ▓affliction should appeal to m▓ercy, denied as it may be to others On ?/p>

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駓ourselves ye called this insult to your faith●.How else could he tell ye he refused yo●ur offers You bade him acknowled▓ge that which his soul abhors; and was it str●ange his hand should prove that whi▓ch he hath no voice to speak And for this● would ye take his life Oh, shame●, shame on your coward hearts!” S

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  • ulle▓nly the men withdrew, at once awed by her mien,● and remembering that in assaulting any H●ebrew before the time specified in the edict was● over, they were liable to military ●severity.Fadrique lingered. “Th▓is was not my seeking,” he said respectfu●lly; “I sought but the happiness of that poor c●hild: I would save

    him from the doom of sufferi▓ng chosen by the elders of his race.Leav▓e him with me, and I pledge my▓ sacred word his life shall be a ha●ppy one.” “I thank thee for ●thy offer, soldier,” replied Josephine, m●il

    nother world; yet for h●im how might th
  • dly, “but my brother has chosen his▓ own fate; I have used neither entrea●ties nor commands.” The boy, who had betr▓ayed no fear even when the deadly● weapons were at his throat, now took the● hand of Fadrique, and by a few expres▓sive signs craved pardon for t▓he insult he had been led to commit, ▓and firmly and expressi

    vely r●efused his every offer. “Thou ▓hast yet to learn the deep love borne to▓ our faith by her persecuted children, my good f●riend,” said Josephine, perceiving th▓e man’s surprise was mingled with some soft●

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er feeling; “that even the younge●st Jewish child will prefer slavery, exile, or d●eath, to forswearing his father’s G●od.M

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