A narrative of the sufferings and surprizing deliverances of William and Elizabeth Fleming who were taken captive by Capt. Jacob, commander of the Indians, who lately made the incursions on the fronties of Pennsylvania, as related by themselves. [One line from Psalms] A narrative necessary to be read by all who are going in the expedition, as well as every British subject. Wherein it fully appears, that the bararities of the Indians is owing to the French, and chiefly their priests.
Boston; New-England :
Printed and sold by Green & Russell, at their printing-office near the Custom-House, and next to the writing-school in Queen-Street,
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