Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 115 pleased to pay. The Lord reward the major, and all the rest, though unknown to me, for their labour of love. My sis- ter's son was redeemed for four pounds, which the council gave order for the pay- ment of. Having now received one of our children, we hastened toward the other. Going back thro' Newbury, my husband preached there on the Sabbath- day, for which they rewarded him mani- fold. On Monday we came to Charlestown, where we heard that the governor of Rhode Island had sent over for our daughter, to take care of her, being now within his jurisdiction ; which should not pass without our acknowledgments. But she being nearer Rehoboth than Rhode Island, Mr. Newman went over and took care of her, and brought her to his own house. And the goodness of God was admirable to us in our low estate, in that