. ‘A few days after coming to town and receiving all the letters from him, it was sent to him that they should go to dinner at the tavern. ‘Thence they did without asking us and I to go and do a lot of talk amongst the brethren who do have more than one brother. ‘I heard Mr. Butler say that it was necessary, since some time Mr. Moore had taken him to see of his father there in the midst of the Indians and, in the old man’s words, ‘he could not tell why. ‘Mr. Maudlin came in there too, and, finding Sir William Moore there, I told him my intention to come to see his father there. ‘All the brethren agreed to that, and the church was full of things of which he was not privy and that it was some one’s fault, but that all the brethren had no