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owed their owners at a breakneck pace. Colonel Roberts, in his fall, struck a tree and broke a rib, and I sustained severe contusions about the head. After a day's travel we stopped for the night at Cresap's House, It was near this house that Logan's family were killed in 1774, and Cresap was supposed to have been instrumental in the murder; therefore Logan and his bend massacred a large number of settlers in the vicinity. on the Ohio River, a historic place, and in the course of the eveninLogan and his bend massacred a large number of settlers in the vicinity. on the Ohio River, a historic place, and in the course of the evening the hostess — a handsome, bright-eyed woman, in a large white muslin turban-being stirred by some vague memory, asked my servant to tell her my maiden name; and then related how my father and mother, and Mr. Joseph E. Davis, had spent the night there, when going through the wilderness, just nineteen years before. When my husband inquired why she remembered them so well, she answered, They were so beautiful and so cheerful, I have never forgotten them, and your voices are the same. When we r