Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

16 .Narrative of spirit did not utterly sink under my af- fliction ; still the Lord upheld me with his gracious and merciful spirit, and we were both alive to see the light of the next morning. -o® The third Remove. THE morning being come, they pre- pared to go on their way, one of the Indians got upon a horse, and they sat me up behind him, with my poor sick babe in my lap. A very wearisome and tedious day I had of it ; what with my own wound, and my child being so exceeding sick, and in a lamentable con- dition with her wound, it may easily be judged what a poor feeble condition we were in, there being not the least crumb of refreshing that came within either of our mouths from Wednesday night to