Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 63 killed me, and struck at me with it, but I stept out, and she struck the stick into the mat of the wigwam. But while she was pulling it out, I ran to the maid, and gave her all my apron; and so that storm went over. Hearing that my son was come to this place I went to see him, and told him his father was well, but very melan- choly. He told me he was as much grieved for his father as for himself: I wondered at his speech, for I thought I had enough upon my spirit, in reference to myself; to make me mindless of my husband, and every one else, they being safe among their friends. He told me also, that a while before, his master (to- gether with other Indians) were going to the French for powder, but by the way the Mohawks met with them and killed four of their company, which made the rest turn back again; for which I desire that myself and he may ever bless the