Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. The nineteenth Remove. THEY said when we went out, that we must travel to Wachuset this day. But a bitter weary day I had of it, travelling now three days together, with- out resting any day between. At last, after many weary steps, I saw Wachuset hills, but many miles off. Then we came to a great swamp, through which we travelled up to our knees in mud and water, which was heavy going to one tired before. Being almost spent, I thought I should have sunk down at last, and never got out; but I may say as in Pfalm 94. 18. When my foot flipped, thy mercy, 0 Lord, held me up. Going along, having indeed my life, but little spirit, Philip (who was in the company) came up, and took me by the hand, and said, Two weeks more and you shall be 6