Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 73 load, and I went on cheerfully (with the thoughts of going homeward) having my burthen more upon my back than my spirit. We came to Baquaug river again that day, near which we abode a few days. Sometimes one of them would give me a pipe, another a little tobacco, another a little salt, which I would change for victuals. I cannot but think what a wolvish appetite persons have in a starving condition ; for many times, when they gave me that which was hot, I was so greedy, that I should burn my mouth, that it would trouble me many hours af- ter, and yet I should quickly do the like again. And after I was thoroughly hun- gry, I was never again satisfied. For though it sometimes fell out that I had got enough, and did eat till I could eat no more; yet I was as unsatisfied as I was when I began. And now could I see that scripture verified, there being many scriptures that we do not take no-