Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 23 token for good, and if it were his blessed will, some sign and hope of some relief. And indeed quickly the Lord answered in some measure, my poor prayer : For as I was going up and down mourning and lamenting my condition, my son came to me and asked me how I did 2 I had not seen him before, since the de- struction of the town ; and I knew not where he was, till I was informed by himself that he was amongst a smaller parcel of Indians, whose place was about six miles off. With tears in his eyes he asked me whether his sister Sarah was dead `? and told me he had seen his sister Mary; and prayed me, that I would not be troubled in reference to himself. The occasion of his coming to see me at this time was this There was, as I said, about six miles from us a small plantation of Indians, where it seems he had been during his captivity ; and at this time, there were some forces