Journey through Canada

A Faithful Narrative of the Many Dangers and Sufferings as well as the Wonderful Deliverances of Robert Eastburn during his Late Captivity among the Indians together with some Remarks upon the Country of Canada, and the Religion and Policy and Inhabitants; the whole intermixed with devout Reflections. With a recommendatory Preface by the Rev. Gilbert Tennent.

Philadelphia: Printed by William Dunlap [but G. W. Mentz/ E. C. Clay], 1758 [but 1828].

Reprint of the very rare 1758 editions, extracted from Ashbel Green's "Memoirs of the Rev. Joseph Eastburn" Frontispiece of the Rev. Joseph Eastburn (a tear into text and along gutter without loss). Pages following title numbered pp. 185-208. 1 vols. 12mo. Journey through Canada. Disbound, some browning and chipping, else a very good copy Sabin 28504. Item #28270

Captured in 1756 near Oswego by the French and Indians, Eastburn was taken to Canada where he received cruel treatment, escaped to Quebec and was sent to England from whence he returned.

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