where they mete with us the day before, seming
unto us that there ys some ennemytie bytwen
them and the others. But when the [y] perceved
our* long tarring on this side, the [y] ran to se
what we had don in that place where we landed
ffirst and had sett our lymete, which they vewed
a gret while withowt touching yt any waye, or
abasshing, or ever speaking unto us therof at any
tyme after. Howebeit we could scant departe but
as yt were with greif of mynde from theis our
first alies,f they runyng|| unto us [all] along the
river from all partes, presentyng us with some of
there harte skins, paynted and unpaynted, meale,
littell cakes, freshe watter, roottes like unto ru-
barbe, which they have in great estymation, and
make therof a kinde of bevradg or potion of
medyzen. Also they brought us littell bagges of
redd coullours and some smale peces like un-
to oore,§ perceving also amonges them faire
thinges paynted as yt had byn with grayn of scar-
* The manuscript has also the before our.
f P., this our first alliance.
|| P., rowing.
§ P. has spices like vnto Vire.