My horse was left to browse on
the twigs that grew within his reach, while I explored the shores of the lake and the spot where Templeton stands.
Pardieu, if that is all, I am hungry, too; but it is not everything to be hungry, one must find something to eat, unless we browse on
the grass, like our horses "
The Narragansetts were suffered to browse on
the branches of the trees and shrubs that were thinly scattered over the summit of the hill, while the remains of their provisions were spread under the shade of a beech, that stretched its horizontal limbs like a canopy above them.