Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

42 Narrative of about me, I sitting alone in the midst : I observed they asked one another ques- tions, and laughed, and rejoiced over their gains and victories. Then my heart be- gan to fail and I fell a weeping ; which was the first time to my remembrance that I wept before them; although I had met with so much affliction, and my heart was many times ready to break, yet could I not shed one tear in their sight, but rather had been all this while in a maze, and like one astonished; but now I may say as Pfal. 137. 1. By the river of Babylon, there we fat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. There one of them asked me why I wept ? I could hardly tell what to say ; yet I answered, they would kill me : No said he, none will hurt you. Then carne one of them, and gave me two spoonfuls of meal (to comfort me) and another gave me half a pint of peas, which was worth more than many bushels at another