Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

108 Narrative of of providence. At first they were all against it, except my husband would come for me ; but afterward they assent- ed to it, and seemed to rejoice in it: Some asking me to send them some bread, others some tobacco, others shak- ing me by the hand, offering me a hood and scarf to ride in : not one moving hand or tongue against it. Thus hath the Lord answered my poor desires, and the many earnest requests of others put up unto God for me. In my travels, an Indian came to me, and told me, if I were willing he and his Squaw would run away, and go home along with me. I told them no, I was not willing to run away, but desired to wait God's time that I might go home quietly, and with- out fear. And now God hath granted me my desire. O the wonderful power of God that I have seen, and the experi- ences that I have had. I have been in the midst of those roaring lions, and say-