News from New-England: Being a True and Last Account of the Present Bloody Wars Carried on Betwixt the Infidels, Natives, and the English Christians, and Converted Indians of New-England, Declaring the Many Dreadful Battles Fought Betwixt Them: as Also the Many Towns and Villages Burnt by the Merciless Heathens. And Also the True Number of All the Christians Slain Since the Beginning of that War, as it was Sent Over by a Factor of New-England to a Merchant in London
Reprinted for S.G. Drake, 1850 - King Philip's War, 1675-1676 - 20 pages
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