Completion of the fifth continental journey, 1849-50.
Letter from J.Y. to John Kitching
Stuttgardt—Death of Elizabeth Dudley
Return home—Resume their journey
Illness of Martha Yeardley-Toeplitz
Prague—Translation of tracts into the Bohemian language
Death of Martha Yeardley, and
John Yeardley’s journey to
Illness and death of Martha Yeardley
J.Y. visits Ireland
Prospect of a journey to Norway
Homburg—Illness of J.Y.
Excursion up one of the fiords
Meetings at Foedde and other places
His journey to south Russia, 1853.
Passport—Sails from Hull
Journey to Iekaterinoslav
Rybalsk—The German Colonies
The Crimea—The Tartars
A suspicious halting-place—Simpheropol
Nismes—Bagneres de Bigorre
From his return from Russia to his last journey, 1853-1858.
The Yearly Meeting—Life of J. J. Gurney
Visit to Minden—Religious service in Yorkshire
Goes again to Minden
Visit to Bristol and Gloucester Quarterly Meetings
Visit to Birmingham, Leicester, &c.
Goes to Nismes
Visits Chelmsford, &c.
Last journey and death, 1858. Concluding remarks.
Religious Mission to Asiatic Turkey
Voyage to Constantinople
Meetings in the neighborhood of Constantinople
Is seized with paralysis, and returns home
His death—Remarks on his character
Notes of some of his public testimonies
From John YEARDLEY’s conversion to
of his public ministry.