Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 35 did not give them courage or activity to go over after us. We were not ready for so great a mercy as victory and de- liverance ; if we had been, God would have found out a way for the English to have passed this river, as well as for the Indians with their Squaws and chil- dren, and all their luggage. 0 that my people had hearkened unto me, and Ifrael had walked in my ways, I fhould loon have fubdued their enemies, and turned my hand againft their adverfaries. Psal. 81. 13, 14. d The fixth Remove. ON Monday (as I said) they set their wigwams on fire, and went away. It was a cold morning, and before us there was a great brook with ice on it : Some waded through it up to the knees and higher, but others went till they