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" ... bearing up my spirit, that it did not quite fail. One of the Indians carried my poor wounded babe upon a horse; it went moaning all along, "I shall die, I shall die. "
A Narrative of the Captivity, Sufferings, and Removes, of Mrs. Mary ... - Page 9
by Mary White Rowlandson - 1853 - 73 pages
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Indian Captivities, Being a Collection of the Most Remarkable Narratives of ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indian captivities - 1839 - 360 pages
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it of] the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed and I fell down with it. Then they...upon a horse with my wounded child in my lap, and 'here being no furniture on the horse's back, as we were going down a steep hill, we both fell * Mr....
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Events in Indian History: Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the ...

James Wimer - Indians of North America Biography - 1841 - 633 pages
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed and I fell down with it. Then they...creatures laughed and rejoiced to see it. though I thought we should there have ended our days, overcome with so many difficulties. But the Lord renewed my strength...
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Tragedies of the Wilderness: Or, True and Authentic Narratives of Captives ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indian captivities - 1841 - 354 pages
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed and I fell down with it. Then they...back, as we were going down a steep hill, we both fell * Mr. Rowlandson, with Capt. Kerley and Mr. Drew, were at this time in Boston, soliciting the governor...
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Events in Indian History: Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the ...

Indian captivities - 1841 - 633 pages
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed and I fell down with it. Then they...a horse with my wounded child in my lap, and there hemg nojurniture on the horse's back, as we were going down a steep mil, we bo,th fell over the horse's...
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Indian Wars of the United States: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time

John Frost - Indian captivities - 1852 - 300 pages
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed and I fell down with it. Then they...as -we were going down a steep hill, we both fell * Mr. Rowlandson, with Capt. Kerley and Mr. Drew, were at this time m Boston, soliciting the governor...
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Indian Captivities; Or, Life in the Wigwam: Being True Narratives of ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indian captivities - 1853 - 361 pages
...the place. t No less than seventeen of Mr. Rowlandson's family were put to death or taken prisoners. over the horse's head, at which they like inhuman...laughed, and rejoiced to see it, though I thought we should there have ended our days, overcome with so many difficulties. But the Lord renewed my strength...
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Indian captivities or Life in the wigwam

1857
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed and I fell down with it. Then they...back, as we were going down a steep hill, we both fell * Mr. Rowlandson, with Capt. Kerley and Mr. Drew, were at this time in Boston, soliciting the governor...
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A Narrative History of King Philip's War and the Indian Troubles in New England

Richard Markham - Indians of North America - 1883 - 336 pages
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed, and I fell down with it. Then they...child in my lap, and there being no furniture on the horse s back, as we were going down a steep hill, we both fell over the horse's head, at which they...
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The Growth of American Literature: A Critical and Historical Survey, Volume 1

Edwin Harrison Cady - American literature - 1888
...sorrow that cannot be expressed. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms, till my strength failed and I fell down with it Then they...laughed, and rejoiced to see it, though I thought we should there have ended our days, overcome with so many difficulties. But the Lord renewed my strength...
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Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster ..., Volume 1

Almira Larkin White - History - 1900
...sorrow that cannot be exprest. At length I took it off the horse, and carried it in my arms till my strength failed, and I fell down with it. Then they...wounded child in my lap, and there being no furniture upon the horse's back, as we were going down a steep hill, we both fell over the horse's head, at which...
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