Read the following passage. In 3–5 sentences, identify who wrote it. Support your choice with
details about the content or style of the passage.
"One day, when all our people were gone out to their works as usual, and only I and my dear
sister were left to mind the house, two men and a woman got over our walls, and in a moment
seized us both, and, without giving us time to cry out, or make resistance, they stopped our
mouths, and ran off with us into the nearest wood. Here they tied our hands, and continued to
carry us as far as they could, till night came on, when we reached a small house, where the
robbers halted for refreshment, and spent the night. We were then unbound, but were unable to
take any food; and, being quite overpowered by fatigue and grief, our only relief was some
sleep, which allayed our misfortune for a short time. The next morning we left the house, and
continued travelling all the day. For a long time we had kept the woods, but at last we came
into a road which I believed I knew. I had now some hopes of being delivered; for we had
advanced but a little way before I discovered some people at a distance, on which I began to
cry out for their assistance; but my cries had no other effect than to make them tie me faster
and stop my mouth, and then they put me into a large sack."