Bonar, Horatius; McAll, Robert Whitaker; et al. A Cry from the Land of Calvin and Voltaire: A Sequel to "The White Fields of France"; With an Introduction by the Rev. Horatius Bonar, D.D. With Eight Illustrations. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1887. First Edition.
Cover title adds: "Records of the McAll Mission." Blue cloth, 5 x 7 1/4 inches, light edgewear, bright gilt titles, 187 clean pp., tight. Very good. Hardcover. 
Robert Whitaker McAll (1821-1893), British Congregational missionary to Paris. He founded the Popular Evangelical Mission of France there in 1872, which is still in existence today.
Introduction, by Horatius Bonar; The Cry of France addressed to British Christians, by McAll; Selection of Incidents, by McAll; "Given with Thanks," America's Contributors and Contributions, by W. W. Newell, Jr.; Experiences of a French Evangelist, 1871 to 1886, by Ruben Saillens; The Work among the Young, by Charles E. Greig; French Work for Christian Ladies, by Mrs. G. Theophilus Dodds; Some Stories of our Children's Work; Conclusion, by Pastor Theodore Monod.