manny tourns and crokes, as yt is impossible to
do yt with more cunning or industrye.*
But desiering to imploye the rest of the daye
on the other side of this river, to veue and knowe
those Indians we sawe there, we traversed thither
and withowt any difiycutye landed amonges them,
who receaved us verry gentelly with great hu-
manytie, putting us off there fruites, even in our
boates, as mulberies,|| respices and suche other
frutes as thay found redely by the waye.
Sone after this there came thither there kynge
with his brethern and others, with bowes and ar-
rowes in there handes, using therewithall a good
and grave ffashion and bihavior, right souldier
like with as warlike a bouldnes as might be.§
They were naked and paynted as thothers, there
hearfi* likewise long, and trussed up with a lace
made of hearbes, to the top of there hedes, but
* P., without much conning & industrie.
f From P. The manuscript has with.
|| The manuscript has with mulberies.
§ P. , with their behaviour right souldierlike and as warlike bold-
nes as may be.