By Arthur Naylor Wollaston
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Joyfully released the young man from his impending fate, and taking the creatures slaughtered them as food for the inhabitants of Mecca, the residue being left to the beasts of the field and the birds of the air, for the family of Abdul Muttalib refused to taste of food hallowed as a sacrifice to the gods. The story is romantic, but pregnant with importance. The events of that day had changed the history of the world, inasmuch, as the lad, Abdullah by name, whose life was thus spared, lived to become the father of the Prophet of Arabia.
576). Whereupon the little orphan was carried back to his native city, Mecca, by his nurse Baraka, who handed him over to his grandfather, Abdul Muttalib, at that "The child," time a patriarch of fourscore years. says Sir W. Muir, "was treated by him with singular rug used to be spread under the fondness. shadow of the Kaba, and on it the aged chief Around reclined in shelter from the heat of the sun. the carpet, but at a respectful distance, sat his sons. d. 578), having on his deathbed consigned the guardianship of his orphan grandchild to his son Abu Talib, who discharged the trust with most scrupulous care and indeed, he scarce ever allowed the lad to diligence leave his side, and when he had occasion to undertake a mercantile journey to Syria, it needed but little persuasion on the part of the child, now twelve years old, to induce his benefactor to allow him to accompany the caravan.
The honour of handling this most revered of relics was so great that each family of the Quraish advanced an exclusive pretension to the coveted privilege. The strife waxed warm, and the danger of bloodshed became imminent. It so happened that Muhammad one day chanced to pass through the midst, at a time when the various aspirants, unable to arrange their quarrel, had argued that the first person who entered by a certain gate of the city should be arbitrator in the matter it thus fell to the lot of *' The faithful," as he was known amongst his kinsfolk, to decide the dispute.