Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

5o Narrative of all the day and night in my stinking pocket. In the morning I went again to the same Squaw, who had a kettle of ground-nuts boiling : I asked her to let me boil my piece of bear in the kettle, which she did, and gave me some ground- nuts to eat with it, , and I cannot but think how pleasant it was . to me. I have sometimes seen bear baked hand- somely amongst the English, and some liked it, but the thoughts that it was bear, made me tremble : But now that was savory to me that one would think was enough to turn the stomach of a brute creature. One bitter cold day, I could find no room to sit down before the fire : I went out, and could not tell what to do, but I went into another wigwam, where they were also sitting round the fire ; but the Squaw laid a skin for me, and bid me sit down, and gave me some ground- nuts, and bid me come again; and told