Opechancanough withdrew his warriors because he believed that the English would behave like the Indians if they were defeated: seize and leave, or learn their lesson and respect the power of the Powhatan.  Following the event, Opechancanough told the Patawomeck, which was not part of the Confederacy and remained neutral, that it expected « that there would be no English in all their countries before the end of two moons. »  He misunderstood the English settlers and their followers abroad. 6. A strand or the way to experiment: Necessary for all young sailors, or those who want to go to the sea, in short the phrases, functions and words of the order that belong to the building, and say, a man of Warre; and how to handle a fight at sea. With the charge and duty of each officer and his parts: also the names, vveight, charge, shooting and powder, all kinds of great order. With the vse of the petty count. London: Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Ionas Man, and Benjamin Fisher. 1626. In the spring of 1613, English Captain Samuel Argall took Pocahontas hostage in the hope of using him to negotiate a lasting peace with his father. She was taken to Jamestown and placed under the care of Sir Thomas Gates, the Virginia Marshal. Gates treated her as a guest rather than a prisoner and encouraged her to learn English customs. She converted to Christianity and was baptized Lady Rebecca.
Powhatan eventually agreed to the terms of her release, but by then she had fallen in love with John Rolfe, who was about 10 years older. On April 16, 1614, Pocahontas and John Rolfe married with the blessing of Chief Powhatan and the Governor of Virginia. Restless in England, Smith was actively involved in Virginia`s plans to colonize Virginia for profit. Smith was on the fleet of three ships that set sail on December 20, 1606, and was charged with the mutiny during the four-month voyage by the expedition leader, Captain Christopher Newport. Smith was a prisoner when the ships arrived in Virginia in April 1607 – but was released when the other colony leaders opened orders from Virginia Company and discovered that Smith was to be on the Governing Council. The colony fought for food, and Smith proved adept at securing the food of the Virginia Indians. In December 1607, he explored the Chickahominy River area when he was captured by Chief Powhatan`s men. Smith`s first meeting with Chief Powhatan, the supreme leader of the Chesapeake region, was eventful, but historians have cast doubt on whether the captain`s life was actually saved by Powhatan`s favorite daughter, Pocahontas, as Smith reported years later. What is known is that Powhatan liberated Smith, and the rise and fall of the relationship between Smith and Powhatan determined many of Jamestown`s early successes and challenges.