Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 1 . The firft Remove. N OW away we must go with those barbarous creatures, with our bodies wounded and bleeding and our hearts no less than our bodies. About a mile we went that night, up upon a hill within sight of the town, where we intended to lodge. There was hard by a vacant house, (deserted by the Eng- lish before, for fear of the Indians,) I asked them whether I might not lodge in the house that night`? to which they answered, What, will you love English- men still ? This was the dolefulest night that ever my eyes saw. Oh the roar- ing, and singing, and dancing, and yelling of those black creatures in the night, which made the place a lively resem- blance of hell: And miserable was the waste that was there made, of horses, cattle, sheep, swine, calves, lambs, roast-