A narrative of a voyage, taken by Capt. James Vanleason, from Amsterdam to China; and from there to the western continent of North America.
Where he found a vast number of Indians, and one of the largest rivers in the world, lying in the latitude of 53 ̕30m. north. The owner of the ship, Mr. John Vandeluer, went in her as supercargo, and bought a great quantity of furs of the natives. : Also, an account of Mr. Vandeluer"s being left behind, on the continent, by the misconduct of the ship"s company, where he lived almost seven years. : Likewise, an account of his marriage with a sachem"s or king"s daughter, one of the Indian nations [i.e., natives?], by whom he had a son and a daughter. : With an account of his conversion, while in that western world; and the conversion of the king, or sachem, the queen, and all the sachem"s family, with abundance of others. : Together with an account of his returning again to Holland, and his father in law; with all the sachem"s family, where they now live happy, and are all in Christian love.