Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon . 25 earth rang again. And thus they con- tinued till those that had been upon the expedition were come up to the Sagga- more's wigwam ; and then, Oh, the hide- ous insulting and triumphing that there was over some English men's scalps that they had taken (as their manner is) and brought with them. I cannot but take notice of the wonderful mercy of God to me in those afflictions, in sending me a Bible. One of the Indians that came from Medfield fight, and had brought some plunder, came to me, and asked me if I would have a Bible, he had got in his basket ? I was glad of it, and asked him if he thought the In- dians would let me read 2 He answered yes ; so I took the Bible, and in that melancholy time, it came into my mind to read first the 28 chap. of Deuteron- omy, which I did, and when I had read it, my dark heart wrought on this manner, that there was no mercy for me,