This book is in the Public Domain
- Preface by Rev. J. Hudson Taylor, M.R.C.S.
- Editor's Preface
- List of Martyred Missionaries of the C.I.M.
- List of Martyred Missionaries of other Societies
- The Martyrs' Last Letters
The Last Letters of Mrs. Duncan Kay, Mr. G. Peat, Mrs. G. Peat, Miss E. G. Hurn, Miss Edith Nathan, Miss MayNathan - Pastor Chang's Letter - Extracts from the Last Letter of Dr. Lovitt
Memorials of Ta-T'ung Martyrs
The Confirmation of the Massacre - A Brief Account
- In Memoriam
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McKee, Mr. and Mrs. C. I'Anson, Miss M. E. Smith, Miss Maria Aspden
- The Sufferings of Some Who Escaped "A Great Conflict of Suffering"
Mrs. Ogren's story: Flight-Down the Yellow River Rapids – Caught by robbers - In caves and dens of the hills – Taken prisoner - The training of a Boxer - The Boxer organisation - Separated from my husband - Alone in a Chinese tomb - Nearly drowned - Secret friends - In a Chinese prison - My husband's suffering - A run for life-Sick and delirious - Divine consolations - My husband's death - Home at last
- Through Much Tribulation"
The escape of Mr. G. McKie, Miss Chapman, and Miss Way – The flight to the mountains - Hiding in a cave – Climbing the mountains - Our faithful native boy - Answers to prayer - The sufferings of the Native Christians
- "Kept in Prison"
Dr. J.W. Hewett's story: One month of wanderings among the mountains - Two months in a Chinese prison - A friendly official - My journey to the coast
- The Reorganisation of the Work
The memorial services at Pao-ting-fu-The Mission to Shan-si - The reception - The memorial services - The Native-Christians' indemnity