It is my intention to proceed slowly with our trenches.
The people are grown very wild and loose in their morals.
Our little force will march on tomorrow or the day after.
The Jews who have arrived would nearly all like to remain here.
I am sustained by the tranquility of an upright and loyal heart.
I value the blood of one Christian more than that of a hundred Indians.
It is not the least anxiety that we have so little powder and lead on hand.
To let her dail would be the greatest profit both for the company and for the merchants.
The attack did not succeed as well as I had hoped, no small impediment having been the loss of my right leg.
We pray that the deceitful race - such hateful enemies and blasphemers of the name of Christ - be not allowed to further infect and trouble this new colony.