Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 13 compassion, and I had no refreshing for, it, nor suitable things to revive it. Lit- tle do many think, what is the savage- ness and brutishness of this barbarous enemy, those even that seem to profess more than others among them, when the English have fallen into their hands. Those seven that were killed at Lan- caster the summer before upon a sabbath day, and the one that was afterward killed upon a week day, were slain and mangled in a barbarous manner, by one eyed John, and Marlborough's praying Indians, which Capt. Mosely brought to Boston, as the Indians told me. -- ®o The fecond Remove. BUT now (the next morning) I must turn my back upon the town, and travel with them into the vast and deso-