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Biographical sketch of Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Glasgow: Bell and Bain, 1847. 30 p. 8°. AGH p.v. 6

Blaikie, William Garden. Thomas Chalmers. New York: C. Scribner's Sons [1907). 160 p. 12°. (Famous Scots series.) *R-AN

Bruce, John. A sermon, preached in Morningside Free Church, June 6, 1847... after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1847. 22 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

Buchanan, James. A tribute to the memory of Dr. Chalmers, being the substance of a lecture delivered...in the New College, Edinburgh. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1848. 24 p. 8°.

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Cairns, John. Thomas Chalmers. A lecture. (In: Lectures delivered...in Exeter Hall. London, n. d. 12°. 1864-65. p. 41-71.) ZAD

Chalmers, Thomas. A selection from the correspondence of...Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D. Edinburgh: Thomas Constable and Co., 1853. xi, 538 p. 8°. AN

Couper, David. Dying in the Lord: being the substance of two discourses, preached in the Free Church of Burntisland, on the Sabbath after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1847. 24 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

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Cunningham, William. Inaugural lecture addressed to the theological students of the Free Church of Scotland, November 9, 1847, at the opening of the session of college succeeding the death of Rev. Dr. Chalmers. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1848. 26 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

Davis, Henry. The life and writings of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers. London: James Gilbert, 1847. 108 p. 16°.

AN (Chalmers) p.v.1 Dr. Chalmers. (Gentleman's magazine. London, 1857. 8°. v. 203, p. 393-401.)

*DA Dr. Chalmers. (In: Lives of the illustrious. London, 1856. 8°. v. 1, p. 56-65, 97-105.) A Dr. Chalmers. (North British review. Edinburgh, 1847. 8°. v. 7, p. 560-574.)

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Gemmel, John. A sermon preached at Fairlie, on June 13, 1847...after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D.; with some reminiscences of the author whilst residing in the house of the deceased at the time of his death. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1847. 19 p. 8°. An (Chalmers) p.v.1

Gibson, William. The teacher from the tomb: a discourse on the life and character of the late Dr. Chalmers. Belfast: Wm. M'Comb, 1847. 39 p. 8°.

AN (Chalmers) p.v.1 Gleig, George Robert. Dr. Thomas] Chalmers. (In his: Essays, biographical, historical, and miscellaneous. London, 1858. 8°. v. 1, p. 1-125.)

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Hanna, William. Memoirs of the life and writings of Thomas Chalmers, D.D.,

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Lorimer, John Gordon. The righteous man taken away from the evil to come: a tribute to the memory of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers... Glasgow: W. R. M'Phun, 1847. 31 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

M'C., J. A tribute to the memory of Dr. Chalmers. By a former pupil. Signed J. McC. Brechin: David Burns, 1847. 8 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

M'Comb, William. Tribute to the memory of the Rev. T. Chalmers, D.D., LL.D. [Belfast: Banner of Ulster Office, 1847.] 11 p. 32°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

Macleod, A. A new original poem, an eulogium to the Rev. Doctor Chalmers, containing various remarks in the form of a dialogue between some of the audience and the minister, occasioned by that admirable sermon which the learned doctor preached, October last, in the parish church of Dysart... Edinburgh: the author, 1826. 31 p. 8°. NCM p. box

Moffat, James C. mers, D.D., LL.D. derson, Wilstach & p., 1 port. 16°.

Life of Thomas ChalCincinnati: Moore, AnKeys, 1853. x, 11-435 AN

Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret Oliphant Wilson. Thomas Chalmers: preacher, philosopher, and statesman. London: Methuen & Co., 1893. 2 p.l., 255 p., 1 port. 12°. AN London: Methuen & Co., 1896.

2 p.1., 255 p., 1 port. 2. ed. 12°. * R-AN

Oratory, The, of Chalmers. (American literary magazine-. Albany, 1847. 8°. v. 1, p. 309-318.) * DD

Ramsay, Edward Bannerman. A biographical notice of the late Thomas Chal

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Individual Biography, continued. mers, D.D., LL.D. (Royal Society of Edinburgh. Transactions. Edinburgh, 1849. 4°. v. 16, p. 497-518.) * EC Edinburgh: R. Grant, 1850. 47 P. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.2 Read before the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and reprinted from the Transactions, v. 16.

Ross, Alexander Johnston. The Rev. Thomas Chalmers, his character, life and labours, a sermon... Brighton: Arthur Wallis [18471. 28 p., 1 1. 12°.

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Sieveright, James. Man's best eulogy after death: a sermon, preached in the Assembly Hall, Canonmills, June 6, 1847... after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1847, 16 p. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

Sinclair, John. Thomas Chalmers. (In his: Sketches of old times and distant places. London, 1875. 8°. p. 68-92.) NCZ Smith, Walter Chalmers. Chalmers. Edinburgh: Macniven and Wallace, 1884. 255-289 p. 12°. (The evangelical succession. series 3, lecture 8.) AGH p.v.6 Smyth, Thomas. The character of the late Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., and the lessons of his life, from personal recollections. Charleston, S.C.: printed at the Office of the Southern Christian Advocate, 1848. 29 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.2

Sprague, William Buel. A discourse commemorative of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D. D., delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on...June 27, 1847... Albany: Erastus H. Pease & Co., 1847. 47 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.2 Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1847. 24 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1 T., M. S. The Queen and Dr. Chalmers. (Scottish notes and queries. Aberdeen, 1897. sq. 8°. v. 10, p. 90-91.)

Tasker, William. Elijah's translation: a sermon, preached in Chalmers' Territorial Church, West Port, on June 6, 1847 ...following the death of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1847. 16 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

Thomas Chalmers, A. J. Scott, and Edward Irving. (National review. London, 1862. 8°. v. 15, p. 350-370.) * DA

Tweedie, William King. "He being dead yet speaketh." A sermon preached in the Territorial Church, West Port, Edinburgh, on June 6, 1847...following the death of Thomas Chalmers. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1847. 18 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

Wallace, John A. "The chariot of Israel and the horsemen thereof." A discourse delivered in the Free Church at Hawick,

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Wells, James. Dr. Chalmers, the founder of Scottish home missions. (Catholic Presbyterian. London, 1880. 8°. v. 4, p. 292-300.) * DA

Williamson, Dugald S. The homage of the wise men to Christ. A sermon preached after the death of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., on the 6th of June, 1847. Edinburgh: Myles Macphail, 1847. 29 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

Wilson, Robert. Elegy on the death of Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Glasgow: David Robertson, 1847. 22 p. 16°.

AN (Chalmers) p.v.1 Wood, James Julius. "Help, Lord for ceaseth." the godly man A sermon preached in the Territorial Church, West Port, Edinburgh, on Thursday 1st July 1847, on occasion of the ordination of the Rev. William Tasker as the pastor of that church... Edinburgh: John D. Lowe, 1847. 20 p. 8°. AN (Chalmers) p.v.1

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CLERK, SIR JOHN, OF PENICUIK Clerk, Sir John. Memoirs of the life of Sir John Clerk of Penicuik...extracted by himself from his own journals, 1676-1755. Edited from the manuscript in Penicuik House with an introduction and notes by John M. Gray. Edinburgh: T. & A. Constable, 1892. xxxi, 278 p., 3 pl., 7 port. 8°. (Scottish History Society. Publications. v. 13.) CPA

Scott-Moncrieff, William George. Sir John Clerk of Penicuik. (Scottish review. Paisley, 1893. 8°. v. 22. p. 257-274.) * DA

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Cockburn, Mrs. Alison. Letters and memoir of her own life by Mrs. Alison Rutherford or Cockburn; also "Felix," a biographical sketch and various songs. Notes by T. Craig-Brown. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1900. xxxii, 281 p., 2 fac., 2 pl., 4 port. 8°. AN

Graham, Henry Grey. Mrs. Alison Cockburn, 1713-1795. 2 port. (In his: A group of Scottish women. London (1908). 8°. p. 178-198.)

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New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1856. 442 p. American ed. 8°. CP LUCAS, Samuel. Lord Cockburn's Memorials of his time. (In his: Biography & criticism... London, 1860. 16°. p. 184209.) NCZ

RUSSELL, Alexander. Exposure of the attack on Lord Cockburn's "Memorials." [By Alexander Russell., Edinburgh: A. & C. Black, 1856. 34 p. 8°. *C p.v. 669 Reprinted from the "Scotsman" of Sept. 3, and Nov. 8, 15 and 29, 1856.

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