Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 37 hath the Lord preserved me in safety ! Oh the experience that I have had of the goodness of God to me and mine ! The feventh Remove. AFTER a restless and hungry night there, we had a wearisome time of it the next day. The swamp by which we lay, was as it were a deep dungeon, and an exceeding high and steep hill before it. Before I got to the top of the hill, I thought my heart and legs and all would have broken, and failed me. What through faintness and soreness of body, it was a grievous day of travel to me. As we went along, I saw a place where English cattle had been, that was a com- fort to me, such as it was. Quickly after that we came to an English path, which so took me, that I thought I