Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 87 to him, 2 Kings 6. 25. There was a fam- ine in Samaria, and behold they befieged it, until an afs's head was fold for fourfcore pieces of filver, and the fourth part of a cab of dove's dung, for five pieces of filver. He expounded this place to his brother, and shewed him that it was lawful to eat that in a famine, which it is not at an- other time. And now, says he, he will eat horse with any Indian of them all. There was another praying Indian, who when he had done all the mischief that he could, betrayed his own father into the English's hands, thereby to purchase his own life. Another praying Indian was at Sudbury fight, though as he deserved, he was afterwards hanged for it. There was another praying Indian, so wicked and cruel, as to wear a string about his neck, strung with christian fingers. An- other praying Indian, when they went to Sudbury fight, went with them, and his Squaw also with him, with her papoos