A Selection from the Correspondence of the Late Thomas Chalmers

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Constable, 1853 - 538 pages

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Contents

Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
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Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
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Mr Thomas Smith to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Smith
43
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Kedie
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Dr Chalmers to the Misses Kedie
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Dr Chalmers to Mrs Kedie
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3136 Dr Chalmers to Mr Kedie 5155
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3741 Dr Chalmers to the Rev Dr Jones of Edinburgh 5561
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Dr Chalmers to the Countess of DA Letter of Chris
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tian Encouragement
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Dr Chalmers to Master J Morton
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Dr Chalmers to Mrs Grant of Laggan
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev John Foster
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247249 Dr Chalmers to T Erskine Esq of Linlathen 293297
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Dr Chalmers to Mr J E Ryland
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Dr Chalmers to Mrs Paul
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev C Bridges
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev C Bridges
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev Horace Bonar
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258260 Dr Chalmers to Dr James Brown 307309
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Dr Chalmers to Mrs Brown
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev Mr Harvey
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Dr Chalmers to Mr John Sheppard
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Dr Chalmers to Mr John Sheppard
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Dr Chalmers to Dr Symington
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev Thomas Bartlett
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev Samuel Miller
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268271 Dr Chalmers to the Rev Thomas Grinfield Clifton 319321
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev Henry Bell
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev Timothy East Birmingham
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev Ebenezer Brown of Inverkeith ing Fife
323
276278 Dr Chalmers to the Countess of Elgin 325327
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Dr Chalmers to Lady Matilda Maxwell
327
Dr Chalmers to Lady Carnegie
328
Dr Chalmers to Lady OBrien
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Dr Chalmers to Lady OBrien
332
Dr Chalmers to Sir Andrew Agnew Bart
333
Dr Chalmers to Mr Thomas Walker Flesher Galashiels
337
Dr Chalmers to the Rev Dr Strachan Bishop of Toronto
338
286289 Dr Chalmers to Professor Duncan 340343
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Dr Easton to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to Dr Easton
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Dr Easton to Dr Chalmers
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Dr Chalmers to William Lamont Jun Esq Glasgow
373
Dr Chalmers to Alexander Campbell Esq M P
374
Dr Chalmers to John C Colquhoun Esq
375
309312 Dr Chalmers to Alexander Gordon Esq London 376384
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Dr Chalmers to Rev
385
Dr Chalmers to the Same
386
Dr Chalmers to Andrew Johnston Esq
387
Dr Chalmers to Andrew Johnston Esq
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Dr Chalmers to the Rev William Findlater
390
Dr Chalmers to Professor Sedgwick of Cambridge
391
Dr Chalmers to D Maitland Makgill Crichton Esq
395
Dr Chalmers to D Maitland Makgill Crichton Esq
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Dr Chalmers to Captain Burnett of Monboddo
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Dr Chalmers to Captain Burnett of Monboddo
399
Dr Chalmers to Sir George Sinclair
401
326338 Dr Chalmers to Mr Lenox of New York 402415
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Dr Chalmers to Dr D Stebbins Northampton Mass
415
340343 Dr Chalmers to the Rev Dr Merle dAubigné 417420
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Dr Chalmers to Miss Brewster
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Dr Chalmers to Miss Brewster
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Dr Chalmers to Miss Marshall Glasgow
422
348350 Dr Chalmers to Charles Spence Esq 423427
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Dr Chalmers to M Descombaz Lausanne
427
Dr Chalmers to Mr John Craig
430
Dr Chalmers to
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Dr Chalmers to Rev Dhanjibhái Nowroji
432
356 Dr Chalmers to Miss Mackean
434
Dr Chalmers to Sir Harry Verney
435
Dr Chalmers to Mrs MCorquodale
437
Dr Chalmers to Mrs M Corquodale
438
No Page 362 Dr Chalmers to Miss MCorquodale
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Dr Chalmers to Miss MCorquodale
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Dr Chalmers to Mrs Rutherford of Edgerstone
442
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Usher
443
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Henry Wood Edinburgh
444
Dr Chalmers to William Buchanan Esq Glasgow
445
Dr Chalmers to William Buchanan Esq Glasgow
446
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Campbell
448
Dr Chalmers to Miss Young Burntisland
449
Dr Chalmers to Charles Cowan Esq
451
Dr Chalmers to Dr Somerville
452
Dr Chalmers to Miss Somerville
453
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Charles Nairne
454
Dr Chalmers to Dr Begbie
455
Dr Chalmers to Mrs MClelland
456
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Bryce Aberdour
457
Dr Chalmers to Miss Burns
458
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Elliot
459
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Anderson
461
Dr Chalmers to Miss Abercrombie
462
Dr Chalmers to Mrs Mackay
464
Dr Chalmers to James Cunningham Esq Edinburgh
466
Dr Chalmers to Frederick Adamson Esq
467
Dr Chalmers to Misses Wallace
470
Dr Chalmers to Miss Wood
471
389410 Dr Chalmers to Mrs Keith Dunlop 473504
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