Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 57 River. We went in the morning (to gather ground-nuts) to the river, and went back again at night. I went with a great load at my back ; (for they when they went, tho' but a little way, would carry all their trumpery with them ;) I told them the skin was off my back, but I had no other comforting answer from them than this, that it would be no mat- ter if my head was off too. The thirteenth Remove. NSTEAD of going towards the Bay (which was what I desired) I must go with them five or six miles down the river, into a mighty thicket of brush, where we abode almost a fortnight. Here one asked me to make a shirt for her Papoos for which she gave me a mess of broth, which was thickened with