1756 Red BlanketPhilidelphia
. We hear alfo from a Fort near North Kill, in the fame with a Morning came vhofe Houfe - l t.j r . r" 1 l 1 11J U r Z rnev naa ler on I'ire - naa kiiicu. two uiu lvicii. one or j r - ' . whom was fcalped, and would have deftroyed ten Women j nu:u uj . .u rii ru - - i,0 and Children,, that had got into the Cellar: That they then engaged the Indians (faid to be twenty in Number) and put them to flight, two of whom it was thought were badly wounded: And that they extinguifhed the "Fire, and got out the Women and Children, and carried them to the Fort. Lieutenant Humphreys had one Man wound - eA . nrA tiie rwxrrt .Crsot wn? frinf thrnncrVl in fniTT PlarS. They brought off a Gun and Blanketr The Indians had all red Hats, and red Blankets. "