So they supposed, from what they had heard, that it was impossible
to get the possession of the country. And when the congregation was dissolved,
they, their wives and children, continued their lamentation, as if God
would not indeed assist them, but only promised them fair. They also again
blamed Moses, and made a clamor against him and his brother Aaron, the
high priest. Accordingly they passed that night very ill, and with contumelious
language against them; but in the morning they ran to a congregation, intending
to stone Moses and Aaron, and so to return back into Egypt.