Yeardley Smith What you know her from: More like “what you know her voice from.”
The calling of the first assembly was one of the principal acts of Yeardley's administration.
If Yeardley did me right, he would put in jeopardy his office and his person.
Wyatt and Yeardley were men of a different stamp from Dale and Argall.
Yeardley came armed with instructions to effect the division.
The mild and gentle Yeardley, overcome by these annoyances, at length requested leave to retire from the cares of office.
There must have been rejoicing in Virginia when Yeardley arrived with orders "for the better establishing a commonwealth."
Not many days after this, Opechancanough—with Yeardley's consent—went to the Chickahominies to secure a peace.
Yeardley made similar efforts to strengthen Virginia's position on land against the numerically superior Indians.
Yeardley had soon to deal with the Chickahominies who objected to their payment of "tribute corn."