Some account of the North-America Indians; [sic]. Their Genius, Characters, Customs, and Dispositions, towards the French and English Nations. To which are added, Indian Miscellanies, viz. 1. The Speech of a Creek-Indian against the immoderate Use of Spirituous Liquors; delivered in a National Assembly of the Creeks, upon the breaking out of the late War. 2. A Letter from Yariza, an Indian Maid of the Royal Line of the Mohawks, to the principal Ladies of New-York. 3. Indian Songs of Peace. 4. An American Fable. Collected by a learned and ingenious Gentleman in the Province of Pensylvania. [sic].
A complete answer to the clergyman's letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of ------ concerning the affair of Elizabeth Canning. In which are contained, many observation that have escaped the notice of the British writers on this subjects. By a Wild Indian, suddenly landed in England from California.
- Wild Indian.
- MDCCLIII. 
In a short time will be published, by subscritpion, voyages and travels of an Indian interpreter and trader, from montreal to the interior parts of the Nipegon country, at the Northern Extremity of Lake Superior. Describing the manners and customs of the North American Indians; with an account of the posts situated on the River Saint Laurence, Lake Ontario, &c. To which is added, a vocabulary of the Iroquios and Chippeway languages. Names of furs and skins, in English and French. A list of words in the Mohegan, Shawanee, and Esquimeaux tongues, and a table shewing analogy between the Algonquin and Chiooeway languages, By J. Long.
- Long, J. Indian trader.