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Title: The bells of Nebenjob Freiburg :
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Clare, Austin Bensel, Gottfried Duke University. Library. Jantz Collection. German Americana
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A PRELUDE TO THE SOUND OF BELLS.

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Gloria in excelsis Deo,In terra pax hominibus. * HIS is what the bells of Nebenjob Freiburgseemed to be saying one Christ-mas Eve, as they swung to andfro in the Minster tower; and every-thing in the old Cathedral city, inobedience to their message, seemedto be preparing for the coming of Him Who isPrince of Peace. A keen wind was sweepi^ig away the snow-clouds which, all day long, had been scatteringdown feathery flakes upon the neighbouringhills of the Black Forest. The dark boughs ofthe pine-trees were all arrayed in festal garments * Glory to God in the highest, On earth peace, goodwill towards men. 10 THE BELLS OF FREIBURG. of pure white, which glittered more and moreas the clouds were swept away, and starafter star appeared in the sky above, studdingthe blue pavement where walked my LadyMoon. Every street of the old town was carpetedwith soft white, and as for the roofs overhead,each, high and low, big and little, looked asthough it had put on a clean cap for the occa-sion. The Miinster

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Title: The bells of Nebenjob Freiburg :
Year: 1880 (1880s)
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c ^ How far away it was all growing ! Was thesteeple falling, or was I falling CHAPTER VI.

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DUMB BELLS. SLEEP ? Yes, that must havebeen it; I must have fallenasleep, for, when I came to mysenses and rubbed my eyes I couldsee no light; when I listened I couldhear no sound. But /tad I been asleep ^ or could itbe that I had grown suddenly blind and deaf A great fear came over me. I rose, feelingstrangely stiff and cold, and groped my waytowards the door. It was closed. I shook it.It was locked. I turned colder still, but astrange sense of relief rushed over me when Ireflected that I could /lear the rattling of therusty fastenings as they shook backwards andforwards under my touch. Then I was at leastnot deaf. I groped my way a little further till I cameto one of the openings in the belfry walls. DUMP, BELLS. lOI Thank God I was not blind either! for,looking out, I could see the stars shining in thedark blue sky. My question, then, was answered. I wasneither deaf nor blind. I had simply fallenasleep and was locked in alone with the bells.I will not pretend to say that I felt ver

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Title: The bells of Nebenjob Freiburg :
Year: 1880 (1880s)
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CHAPTER IV. INNOCENT AS THE BABE UNBORN. Y worst fears were realised. Thingsij^ did go against me in the trial;and, innocent as I was, I wasconvicted, on evidence which satis-fied everybody but one or twowho knew me too well for doubt, ofhaving stolen a bank-note worth 5,000thalers from his Grace the Archbishop. The points which chiefly went against mewere these :— 1st. The Archbishop had left the note on hisstudy-table ten minutes before I entered theroom ; it was gone when he looked for it on mydeparture. 2nd. It was proved that no one had been inthe room meantime besides myself, the key ofthe only door which communicated with the restof the palace (except the glass one into the INNOCENT AS THE BABE UNBORN. 45 garden) being as usual in his Graces pocket.That no one but myself had entered from thegarden, was sworn to by the Archbishops house-steward who sent me there ; as he only, besideshis master, possessed a key to this private en-closure, and that he had lent to me. 3rd. In the

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