Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

110 .Narrative of lived many comfortable years among my relations and neighbours : and now not one Christian to be seen, or one house left standing. We went on to a farm house that was yet standing, where we lay all night ; and a comfortable lodg- ing we had, though nothing but straw to lie on. The Lord preserved us in safety that night, and raised us up again in the morning, and carried us along, that before noon we came to Concord. Now was I full of joy, and yet not without sorrow : joy, to see such a lovely sight, so many Christians together, and some of them my neighbours : There I met with my brother, and my brother-in-law, who asked me if I knew where his wife was 2 poor heart ! he had helped to bury her, and knew it not; she being shot down by the house, was partly burnt, so that those who were at Boston at the desola- tion of the town, came back afterward and buried the dead, did not know her