Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

96 Narrative of asked each other of our welfare, and how my husband did, and all my friends 2 He told me they were all well, and would be glad to see me. Among other things which my husband sent me, there came a pound of tobacco, which I sold for nine shillings in money ; for many of them for want of tobacco, smoaked hemlock and ground-ivy. It was a great mistake in any who thought I sent for tobacco, for through the favour of God, that desire was overcome. I now asked them whether I should go home with Mr. Hoar `? They answered no, one and another of them, and it be- ing late, we lay down with that answer. In the morning Mr. Hoar invited the Saggamores to dinner ; but when we went to get it ready, we found they had stolen the greatest part of the provision Mr. Hoar had brought. And we may see the wonderful power of God, in that one passage, in that when there was such