Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

78 Narrative of horse-feet, (they being wont to eat the flesh first, and when the feet were old and dried, and they had nothing else, they would cut off the feet and use them.) I asked him to give me a little of his broth, or water they were boiling in : He took a dish, and gave me one spoonful of samp, and bid me take as much of the broth as I would. Then I put some of the hot water to the samp, and drank it up, and my spirits carne again. He gave me also a piece of the ruffe, or ridding of the small guts, and I broiled it on the coals, and now I may say with Jon- athan, see I pray you, how mine eyes are enlaàhtened becaufe I tafted a little of this honey. i Sam. 14. 20. Now is my spirit revived again ; though means be never so inconsiderable, yet if the Lord bestow his blessing upon them, they shall refresh both soul and body.