With a Proposal, in a Prefatory Epistle, for Erecting Indian Schools. and a PostScript by the Editor, Introducing Yariza, an Indian Maid's Letter, to the Principal Ladies of the Province and City of New-York
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Horizontal chain lines. Purporting to be a translation of Indian poetry, the work is actually by William Smith, in support of his proposals for educating the Indians.
New-York: printed by J. Parker, and W. Wayman [sic, for Weyman], 1752. 27, p.; 8