Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 89 ed, and humming or muttering, with their mouths, and striking upon the ground with their hands. Then they bid him with the two guns, go out of the ring again : which he did a little way. Then they called him again, but he made a stand, so they called him with greater earnestness ; but he stood reeling and wavering, as if he knew not whether he should stand or fall, or which way to go. Then they called him with exceed- ing great vehemency, all of them, one and another. After a little while he turned in staggering as he went, with his arms stretched out, in each hand a gun. As soon as he came in, they all sang and rejoiced exceedingly a while, and then he upon the deer-skin made another speech, unto which they all as- sented in a rejoicing manner; and so they ended their business, and forthwith went to Sudbury fight. To my thinking, they went without