Thomas Chalmers

St. Andrew's Church, [[Edinburgh Thomas Chalmers (17 March 1780 – 31 May 1847), was a Scottish minister, professor of theology, political economist, and a leader of both the Church of Scotland and of the Free Church of Scotland. He has been called "Scotland's greatest nineteenth-century churchman".

He served as Vice-president of the Royal Society of Edinburgh from 1835–42.

The New Zealand town of Port Chalmers was named after Chalmers. A bust of Chalmers is on display in the Hall of Heroes of the National Wallace Monument in Stirling. The Thomas Chalmers Centre in Kirkliston is named after him. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Mount Zion

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1808
Printed for Oliphant and Brown

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1850
Published for T. Constable by Southerland and Knox

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1832
Printed for W. Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1840
Printed for W. Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1841
W. Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1827
W. Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1846
J.D. Lowe

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1832
Printed for W. Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1822
Printed for W. Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1826
[s.n.]

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1823
Chalmers and Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1827
Printed for William Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1821
Printed by J. Starke, for Chalmers & Collins

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1818
Printed for Oliphant, Waugh & Innes, and W. White

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by Chalmers, Thomas
Published 1832
D. Appleton