Free Church of Scotland Ministers (1843-1900): Publications A-C

Publications of Free Church Ministers:

A – C

 

Publications either by or about a minister are generally included under his name in Ewing’s Annals, in the case of Free Church ministers, or, in the case of others, in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers. However, in some cases the list is so extensive that it is not convenient to burden a relatively short biographical article with a long list of publications. In these cases, his publications are found here.
 



 

ADAM, JOHN, D.D. (Glasgow)

 

Publications – by him

The Preaching of the Word in Relation to the Times, a sermon, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1861

The decalogue: its perpetual obligation: a sermon, preached on Sabbath, 3rd December, in the South Free Church, Aberdeen Sabbath Observance Committee, A. and R. Milne, 1865

The fourth commandment: its unchanged authority, a sermon, preached on Sabbath, 10th December, in the Free South Church, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1865

The Sabbath: its right observance: a sermon, preached on Sabbath, 17th December, in the South Free Church, Aberdeen Sabbath Observance Committee, A. and R. Milne, 1866

An Exposition of the Epistle of James, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1867

Christ’s headship over the nations: false alarms and real dangers, the substance of a speech delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, on the 22nd March, 1869, Glasgow, Blackie, 1869

Union on the basis of the Standards, explained and vindicated in the opening and closing speeches of the debate of 30th March and 4th April 1870, in the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, with Robert Buchanan, Edinburgh, printed by Thomas Constable, 1870

Establishments: their state and our duty, with special reference to the Church of England, a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, Glasgow, David Bryce & Son, 1873

What voluntaryism had done for the Free Church of Scotland, 187-?

The state-church system

Shall we return to the establishment?: a question for Free churchmen, Glasgow, David Bryce and Son, 1874

A course of three lectures on Free Church principles: considered in the light of Holy Scripture, history and recent legislation, with others, Glasgow, 1877

The action of the Commission of Assembly in Professor Smith’s case explained and vindicated, Glasgow, David Bryce & Son, 1880;

Unbelieving men blinded – a sermon, Edinburgh, 1880

The drunkard’s progress: being a panorama of the overland route from the station at Drouth to the general terminus in the Dead Sea: in a series of thirteen views, Scottish Temperance League
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 28/1/1891, D.D., 3 Marchmont Terrace, Glasgow, d. 19/11/1890 at Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/131; Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/102

 

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AGNEW, DAVID CARNEGIE ANDREW

 

Publications – by him

On the principles associated with the memory of the late Sir Andrew Agnew, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1851?

Rest and responsibility, pictured in the fourth commandment, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1851?

Englishmen introduced to the Free Church of Scotland, Perth, James Dewar and Son, 1851

The palace of the people, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1852?

Neighbourly religion and self-denial, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1852?

Living machinery and perpetual motion, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1852

Address on the New-Year’s-day drinking customs, Stranraer, printed at the Wigtownshire Free Press Office, 1852?

The working-man’s week, or, Thoughts on the Creator’s distribution of labour and rest, to which is added a plea for an unbroken Sabbath in every post-office, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1852

The law of the weekly Sabbath unrepealed, a lecture, Glasgow, printed in the Scottish Guardian Office, 1852

Divine authority no metaphysical mystery, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1853

Lead us not into temptation, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1853?

A prize and a blank, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1853

Paternal prohibitions and restraints, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1853

All railroads, post-offices, &c., already closed on the Sabbath to consistent Sabbatarians, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1853?

Who are the poor on (what ought to be) the day of rest?, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1853?

The Saturday half-holiday for many, an auxiliary to the Sabbath made for man, Stirling, published at the British Messenger Office, 1855

Protestant lectures and addresses to the people, delivered in Wigtown, Edinburgh, Miller and Fairly, 1857

Instructive hymns, adorning the doctrine of God our saviour, Wigtown, printed for David C.A. Agnew, 1858

Soul’s business and prospects familiarly discussed in several sermons, London, J. Nisbet and Co., 1863

Henri de Ruvigny, Earl of Galway, a filial memoir, with a prefatory life of his father, le Marquis de Ruvigny Edinburgh, W. Paterson, 1864

The Wigtown hymn book, containing one hundred and fifty hymns, with music / edited by D.C.A. Agnew, Wigtown, A. Machan, 1868

Letter, 2nd December, 1869, to David Laing

Anniversary sermon on Free Church principles and union with other churches, preached in Wigtown 20th November, 1870, Wigtown, Gordon Fraser, 1870?

Protestant exiles from France in the reign of Louis XIV, or, The Huguenot refugees and their descendants in Great Britain and Ireland, London, Reeves & Turner, 1871-4, Vol.1; Vol.2; Vol.3

The Theology of Consolation; or, An account of many old writings and writers on that subject, printed for private circulation, 1880

A covenant with our eyes, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

Hymns for the sanctuary, including scripture paraphrases and meditations in verse

Catalogue of … the library of the late Rev. David C.A. Agnew, F.H.S.L., Wigtown, … to be sold by auction … on Monday, 12th December, 1887, Edinburgh, Morrison and Gibb, 1887
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this website: David C. A. Agnew

Papers of the Agnew Family of Lochnaw, Wigtownshire: Carte de visite photographs by London photographers, NRS GD154/987

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 6/4/1887, sometime F.C. Minister, Wigtown, afterwards residing at 46 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, d. 16/03/1887 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/257; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/224

 

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AIRD, GUSTAVUS

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments, Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 3rd May, 1844, Against religious trusts and dissenters’ chapels bill, respecting the Irish marriage question, and regarding bill for dividing parishes in Scotland, NRS GD112/74/826; Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Travelling by rail on Sundays, & Maynooth endowment, 8 April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/171; Against Sunday traffic & Maynooth grant, 16th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/176; 13th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/211

Cuthbert of Castlehill genealogy, Letter to Provost Ross, Inverness, from the Very Rev. Gustavus Aird, D.D., minister of the Free Church, Creich, asking for the date of death of Mrs. Gair of Nigg, who died about 1780 aged at least 107 years, and narrating genealogical information about her family, including the Cuthberts of Castlehill, 16th April, 1888, NRS GD1/602/1

Opening address by the Rev. Dr. Aird, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, held at Inverness on the 24th day of May, 1888, printed at the Courier Office, 1888

Memoirs of the Rev. James Fraser of Brea, 1639-1698, James Fraser, edited by Gustavus Aird, Inverness, Melven, 1891

Rev. Dr. Aird’s farewell: Gaelic & English sermons, preached in Creich Free Church, on Sabbath, 15th Nov., 1896; presentations to Dr. Aird, complimentary luncheon at Inverness, etc., etc., biographical sketch, with portrait

Religious Life in Ross … with memoir and introduction, John Noble. Edited by Rev. J. Kennedy Cameron and the Rev. Donald Maclean, Northern Counties Newspaper Co., Inverness, 1909
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this website: Gustavus Aird

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 18/3/1899, sometime F.C. Minister at Creich, Sutherland, d. 20/12/1899 at The Manse, Sale, Manchester, testate, Dornoch Sheriff Court, NRS SC9/36/9

The life of Gustavus Aird, Creich, Alexander MacRae, Stirling, Scotland, E. MacKay, 1908

Image: Tain through Time

 

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ALLAN, JOHN, ABERDEEN

 

The guilt of idleness under the call to Gospel activity, Kilmarnock, 1831

Christ and the Father proved to be One in Essence, Power, and Glory, in two sermons, Aberdeen, G. Cornwall, 1834

Exposure of Unitarianism and of Mr. Harris, in reply to a pamphlet entitled “The Bible, the true hand-book”, Aberdeen, Laurie, 1839

A handbook for popular use in testing the doctrines of Unitarianism, Glasgow, 1840

God the efficient, and sin the procuring, cause of existing distress in church and state, Aberdeen, Laurie, 1842

The Lentiad, or, Peter the Pope and his pioneers the Puseymen, together with anti-Pentateuchal prelates, broad-church and balaam-ass-men, pommelled and pounded with a hudibrastic cudgel, a tale in rhymens fit for the times, London, W. Freeman, 1863

John Todd and how he stirred his own broth pot, London, Houlston and Wright, 1864?

Fiddle-de-dee, a hurdy-gurdy ode; or, Pseudo pindaric anent Presbyterian church organs, Aberdeen, 1865

Broad views apart from “broad church” views, illustrating essential features of redemption work in sermons and addresses, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1873

A council canticle, as chaunted by the Pope, hailing Manning’s arrival from Puseydom, blessing begging nuns, and expressing apprehension of a visit to Rome from Dr. Cumming, Aberdeen, James Murray, 18–?

Dean Norman down in the mouth, and dealing in confessions, a broad-church lament in pibroch measure, Aberdeen, L. Smith

The fashion, or, Something to wear, a sequel to Butler’s “Nothing to wear”, Glasgow, G. Gallie, 1880?
 

Publications – about him

The Bible, the true “hand-book”, an appeal to the inhabitants of Aberdeen against the flagrant misrepresentations of Christian Unitarianism and Unitarians by the Rev. John Allan, George Harris, Glasgow, J. Hedderwick, 1839

William Walker, Bards of Bon Accord, Aberdeen, 1887, p.660

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 30/6/1885, 14 Queen’s Terrace, Ayr, d. 21/05/1885 at Ayr, testate, Ayr Sheriff Court, NRS SC6/44/46; Will, Ayr Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC6/46/17

 

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ANDERSON, ALEXANDER, BOYNDIE

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, March, 1842, Boyndie, Vol.13, Banff, p.220; Address to children attending Sabbath Evening Schools, Aberdeen,1846

Extract letter to the moderator of the Free Presbytery of Aberdeen, 1848

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.551, The unity of Christ and his people

In the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland. May 1848, Protest and Appeal against a judgment of the Free Presbytery of Aberdeen, in the case of the Rev. Alexander Anderson, Minister at Old Aberdeen, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1848?

Statement of principles on the spirituality of the New Testament Church, given in to the Free Presbytery of Aberdeen, by desire of said Presbytery, on 25th April 1848, with relative documents, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1849

Letters to his family, Nathaniel Paterson, with brief memoir by Alexander Anderson, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1874
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 16/3/1885, LL.D., sometime resided at Hilton House, near Aberdeen, d. 25/10/1884 at Aboyne, testate, deponent is Alexander Gavin Anderson a shipowner of London, Extract Inventory, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC1/36/96; 20/3/1885, Will, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC1/37/95

Image and family details at Findagrave

 

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ANDERSON, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Reasons why the prospect of death may be distressing to the people of God, a Discourse in the Scottish Christian Herald, 1838, p.569

Sermons. To which is added a sermon preached on occasion of the death of the Rev. James Aitken, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Joint editor with David Laing of Scot of Cupar’s Apologetical Narration and Forbes of Alford’s Records concerning the Church, Edinburgh, Wodrow Society, 1846

A translation of Calvin on the Psalms, 5 vols., 1845-49 – on line Vol.1; Vol 2; Vol.3; Vol.4; Vol.5

Biographical Notices of Correspondents of Samuel Rutherford, 1848 – an edition containing his work is found here: The Letters of Rev. Samuel Rutherford, London, Religious Tract Society

Martyrs of the Bass Rock in The Bass Rock, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1848

Ladies of the Covenant, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1862

Ladies of the Reformation, Glasgow, W.G. Blackie and Son, 1855

Ladies of the Reformation in Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy and Spain, London, Blackie and Son, 1857

Memorable Women of the Puritan Times, 2 volumes, London, Blackie and Son, 1862 – Vol.2, is found online here

French: Les femmes de la réformation [Ladies of the Reformation], translated into French by Mme Abric-Encontre, 3 volumes, Paris, Grassart, 1865-1869: Vol.2

A Biographical Sketch of James Young, author of The Life of John Welsh, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1866

He assisted J.A. Wylie in editing an edition of Howie’s Scots Worthies, London, William Mackenzie, 1875?
 

Publication – about him
Inventories, Wills, etc.: 11/10/1875, Revd, residing at No.8 Tarvit Street in Edinburgh, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/175; Mutual Disposition and Settlement with Helen Lothian Whitelaw Anderson, his wife, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/157

 

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ANDERSON, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Re-union of seceders with the Church of Scotland defended, in speeches delivered at the meeting of the Associate Synod in Glasgow, September, 1837, (with others) A. McIver, Greenock

Two discourses occasioned by the death of the Rev. George Moscrip preached on 31st September, 1838, (with James Stark, Greenock), A. McIver, Greenock

Patrick Welwood, a tale of the times of the kirk and covenant, for the young, Glasgow, 1841

The footsteps of the flock, or The contendings of our forefathers for the Headship of Christ, with the Disruption of the Church of Scotland and the duty of separation from the residuary establishment, 3rd edition; Glasgow, Edinburgh, and London: Blackie and Son, 1844

Breadalbane Muniments, Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 19 April, 1844, NRS GD112/74/825; Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth bill, 27 May, 1845, NRS GD112/51/196

Lays and laments for Israel, poems on the present state & future prospects of the Jews, original and selected, with an introductory essay, by John Anderson, Glasgow, Blackie & Son, 1845

Chronicles of the kirk, or, Scenes and stories from the history of the Church of Scotland, from the earliest period to the second reformation, for the young, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1849

Pencillings in Palestine, being scenes descriptive of the Holy Land and other countries in the east, written during a visit in 1850, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1851

Wanderings in the land of Israel and through the wilderness of Sinai, in 1850 and 1851, with an account of the inscriptions in Wady Mokatteb, or the Written valley, Glasgow, Collins, 1853

Bible Light from Bible Lands, Glasgow, William Collins, 1856. [Note: this edition, published by Robert Carter and Brothers, 1856, attributes authorship to Joseph Anderson, Helensburgh

The diligent pastor dying in peace: a brief memorial of the life, labours and death of the Rev. Peter Currie, minister of the Stockwell Free Church, Glasgow, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1860

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.244, The withered leaf; Vol.4, p.282, Naaman the Leper, and the little Hebrew Maid and Vol.5, p.306, Popery

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.405, The rainbow, the sign of the covenant; Vol.3, p.260, The late Rev Finlay Stewart; p.688, Lines written on revisiting a church after long absence
 

Publications – about him

The departure of the Saviour to the many mansions, and his promised return to receive his people to himself, a sermon preached in the West Free Church, Helensburgh, on the 29th of January, 1867, on the death of the Rev. John Anderson, with a sketch of his life and character, John G. Lorimer. Glasgow, W.R. McPhun and Son, 1867?

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 15/2/1867, Minister of West Free Church at Helensburgh, Dunbarton County, Dumbarton Sheriff Court, NRS SC65/34/14

 

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ANDERSON, JONATHAN RANKIN

 

Publications – by him

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.481, The difficulty of attaining to a knowledge of our sins

The saving work of the Holy Spirit, sermon preached in Kirkfield Church of Scotland, Glasgow, Sabbath, 8th December, 1839, Gisborne, Westminster Standard, 1971

A warning to ministers, or, The dangers incident to the ministerial office: a fragment, Edinburgh: W. P. Kennedy, 1851

Notes of a sermon on the sabbath: preached in the United Presbyterian Church, Wellington Street, Glasgow, on the evening of Sabbath, 23d Sept., 1849; at the request of the Working Men’s Sabbath Protection Society, Aberdeen: George Davidson, 1851

A Testimony for truth: being a sermon preached in Hope Street Gaelic Church, Glasgow, on Sabbath evening, Nov. 23, 1851, Edinburgh: W. P. Kennedy, 1851

Let not your heart be troubled, sermon preached on 16th May, 1852, now abridged and edited

Two sermons preached on sacramental occasions, Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1845

The Free Church, her character and proceedings: in a series of letters, Glasgow: Sold by Robt. Wilson, 1858

Lectures and sermons, Glasgow, Murray and Son, 1861

Sermons for the times, Dumbarton, c.1860?;

The transfiguration on the mount, Edinburgh, A. Eliot, 1868

Days in Kirkfield: being discourses on a revival occasion in Kirkfield Chapel, Gorbals of Glasgow, London; Edinburgh: Blackie, 1872

Soul counsel: being letters, Glasgow, 1894;

Life and Diary of Rev. Jonathan R. Anderson

The outcasts gathered: why stand ye here all the day idle?, 1900?

One sacrifice for sins: being notes of sermon, Glasgow: Anderson, 1901, 1914

Extracts from diary of Jonathan Ranken Anderson, minister of the Gospel, Glasgow, Neil Cameron, Pickering & Inglis

The Life and Sermons of the Late Rev. J. R. Anderson, 1934

Free grace tracts, nos. 1-4, 1940

Gaelic: A’ chuirm bhainnse [The marriage feast, a sermon], Glasgow, A. Maclaren, 1944

The Spirit of Grace and of Supplications: Sermons by Rev. Jonathan Rankin Anderson, Glasgow, 1946

Life and Sermons of the Late Rev. J.R. Anderson: Minister of the Gospel, Glasgow, 1834-1859 A.D., 3 volumes

Heavenly conversation, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, Inheritance Publishers, 196-

Dutch: Sieraad voor as [Jewels for Ashes], Veenendaal, Kool, 1977

Dutch: Geen andere naam gegeven [No Other Name Given], Kampen, De Groot Goudriaan, 2008

The Witness of Noah, Lulu, 2012 (This is said to consist of eight sermons, never before published, taken down by one of his hearers).

Also, by translation: Sieraad voor as, Dutch, Veenendaal: Kool, 1977;

A’ chuirm bhainnse, Gaelic, A. Maclabhruinn ‘s a Mhic, 1944.
 

Publications– about him

For a short statement about his ministry and the later history of his congregation, see here

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 1/3/1859, minister at John Knox Tabernacle of Glasgow, residing at 27 Abbotsford Place in Glasgow, widow is Mrs Ann Alison or Anderson, Inventory, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/45

Jonathan Ranken Anderson – An Annotated Bibliography, Roy Middleton, Historical Journal: Scottish Reformation Society, Vol.6, pp.175-221


 

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ANDREW, ALEXANDER, D.D.

 

Publications – by him
Taken from the plough: a memoir of Robert Thomson, a faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Glasgow, 1875

Bible mementoes, (not Bible Memories as stated by Ewing), Stirling, 1883

Outline sermons to children: with numerous anecdotes, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1883

My visit to Palestine: or, A three months tour through Bible lands, Paisley, J. and R.Parlane, 1892 (This is recorded in a contemporaneous list as being by him (A’ Choisur-chiuil, p.19).)

Other possible publications of his are:

Dr. Andrew Bonar: lessons from his life, a book for the young, London: S.W. Partridge & Co.

Memorials of the Rev. James Shaw Sillars, the earnest evangelist, Glasgow Homeopathic Association, Glasgow: Maurice Ogle & Company, 1866;

John Cairns, D.D., L.L.D.: his life story, with lessons; for the young, Stirling: Drummond’s Tract Depot; London: S.W. Partridge & Co., (see Worldcat)

 

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ARNOT, WILLIAM

 

Publications – by him

The Family Treasury, 1871 and 1873

Memoir of the late James Halley, A.B., student of theology, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

Scheme of scripture lessons for one year, for the use of Sabbath schools and private families, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1843

Jesus in the midst, Perth, James Dewar and Son, 1845

Sabbath school teaching, in its principles and practice, 1845

Suggestions on Sabbath school teaching in its principles and practice, addressed especially to the younger teachers, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1847

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.593, Jesus in the midst, John 19:18

The race for riches: and some of the pits into which the runners fall. Six lectures, applying the word of God to the traffic of men, 1853

Temperance and total abstinence in their relation to the Bible and the Church, Glasgow

What to do for drunkards and how to do it, being an inaugural sermons preached before the Ministerial conference on the suppression of the liquor traffic at Manchester, June 8, 1857, Manchester, United Kingdom Alliance, 1857

Laws from heaven for life on earth, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1858

Roots and fruits of the Christian life, Boston, American Tract Society, 1860

Our prayer from the Lord and to the Lord, being a metrical version of the Lord’s Prayer, with music for four voices, composed by James Imrie, Glasgow, J.M. Wood, 1860?

On the Swedish licence law, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, between 1860 and 1869?

Circular letter from ministers of the churches in Scotland, condemning slavery as a crime with others, Edinburgh, Nelson & Sons, 1863

Life of James Hamilton, D.D., F.L.S., 1870

General Beckwith, his life and labours among the Waldenses of Piedmont, J.P. Meille , with an introductory notice by William Arnot, London, T. Nelson, 1873

The average theatre, J. de Witt Talmage , with introductory note by William Arnot, Edinburgh, 1875

Sermons [on 1 Peter 1:24,25 and 1 John 3:2] preached on the occasion of the death of William Arnot, Robert Rainy and W.G. Blaikie, Edinburgh, 1875

Correspondence on the rite of ordination between the late Rev. Dr. Robert Buchanan and the late Rev. William Arnot and a member of the Free Church of Scotland, Glasgow, David Bryce & Son, 1876

Autobiography of the Rev. William Arnot and memoir by his daughter, Mrs. A. Fleming, New York, R. Carter and Bros, 1878

Anchor of the soul, 1880

The church in the house: a series of lessons on the Acts of the Apostles, 1883

The Lesser Parables of our Lord, 1884

The parables of our Lord, London, T. Nelson, 1893

Lessons from Life
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this website: William Arnot

Disruption Worthies on this website: Arnot, William

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.2, William Garden Blaikie, Arnot, William

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchell, Arnot, William (1808–1875), Free Church of Scotland minister

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 21/9/1875, Holograph GD, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/157

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Arnot or Fleming, Jane Nicol, 20/4/1900, sometime residing at 6 Stafford Street, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. William Arnot, Minister, Free High Church there, d. 18/11/1899 at Oxford, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/389; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/321

Mr. Gough’s address to the ladies of Glasgow, delivered in the City Hall on Saturday February 11, 1854, William Arnot in the chair, Glasgow, Scottish Temperance League, 1854

Exposure of the evasions, misrepresentations, and abuse contained in “the book” recently published by the Rev. William Arnot, entitled “Temperance and total abstinance”, Glasgow, R. McPhun, 1855


 

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BAILLIE, JOHN, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

Report of the proceedings in the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland for MDCCCXLI, Edinburgh, 1841

Proceedings of the general assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, with a sketch of the proceedings of the residuary assembly, 1843, Edinburgh: W.P. Kennedy, 1843

Christ the only Lord of the conscience or, The Church of Scotland, why disestablished?: an address occasioned by the recent union with the “United Original Seceders”. Edinburgh: Johnstone and Hunter, 1852

The oil of joy for the afflicted and the bereaved. From the writings of the Rev. W.H. Hewitson Hewitson, London, 1854

Missionary of Kilmany: being a memoir of Alexander Paterson, with notices of Robert Edie, New York, R. Carter, 1854

Manna for the pilgrim for each morning of the month: from the writings of Hewitson, William Hepburn, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1855

Select letters and remains of the late W.H. Hewitson, New York, Robert Carter, 1855

An Earnest Ministry, or, How to Win Souls, New York, Harper, 1857

Life-Studies, or, How to Live illustrated in the biographies of Bunyan etc., New York, Robert Carter, 1858

Rivers in the Desert, or, Mission Scenes from Burmah. Seeley, Jackson, and Haliday, etc, London, 1858

A Memoir of Captain W. Thornton Bate, R.N., London, Longman, etc, 1859

St Augustine: A Biographical Memoir, London, James Nesbit, 1859

The Madeira persecutions: chiefly compiled from the Rev. John Baillie’s “Life of Hewitson,” and Mr. Roddam Tate’s “Madeira in 1836”, William Carus Wilson, Religious Tract Society, 1860?

The revival: a record of facts personally witnessed, chiefly in London and its vicinity, London: James Nisbet and Co., 1860

The great events that are coming upon the earth, Isaac P. Labagh, edited by Baillie, London, James Nesbit, 1860

The crucifying of the world, by the Cross of Christ, Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691, Edited by Baillie, London, 1861

A Memoir of Adelaide Ann Newton, London, James Nesbit, 1861

Grace Abounding: A Narrative of Facts illustrating What the Revival has Done and is Doing, London, James Nesbit, 1861

What I Saw in Lancashire: a Plea for the Distressed Operatives, London, James Nesbit, 1862

Memoir of the Rev W.H. Hewitson, London, Nesbit, 1866

The comforter: how he acts on the world through the church, London: S.W. Partridge, 1866

Coming events, or, Thoughts on the Antichrist: Christ’s appearing and second coming, the saint’s translation, the intermediate state, the spirit-body, the Jews’ restoration, the millenium, the eternal state, London: James Nisbet & Co., 1869

Pleasant Memories: A Woman’s Thoughts and Life-work, London, Hatchards, Picadilly, 1878
 

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BALFOUR, WILLIAM, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

Dr. Rainy’s position indefensible, or, The real question at issue in the union movement, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1868

The proposed union: vital doctrine of Christ’s headship over the nations; essential difference between the views held by the Free and United Presbyterian Churches, as brought out by the present negotiations, Edinburgh: James Nichol, 1868?

Voluntaryism of the United Presbyterian Church unchanged: and directly opposed to the distinctive principles of the Free Church of Scotland, including a reply to Dr Rainy, Edinburgh Johnstone, Hunter, & Co., 1869

Essential difference between the Free and United Presbyterian Churches in regard to the duty of the civil magistrate toward religion and the Church of Christ, Edinburgh: James Nichol, 1870

Establishment Principle Defended: A Reply to the Statement by the Committee of the United Presbyterian Church on Disestablishment and Disendowment, with Foreword by James Begg, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co., 1872

The Psalms versus hymns in the service of the sanctuary, Edinburgh: James Thin, 1881

Treasure in the Field
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: William Balfour.

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 30/12/1895, Minister of Holyrood Free Church, Edinburgh, residing at 16 St John’s Hill there, d. 08/11/1895 at Edinburgh, intestate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/34


 

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BANNERMAN, JAMES, D.D. (Princeton)

 

Publications – by him

Death of the Rev. Dr. Andrew Thomson, Perth?, 1831?

Discourses on the fundamental doctrines of Christianity, as opposed to the corruptions of the Church of Rome. No. 5 Popery opposed to true repentance, Edinburgh: William Whyte & Co., 1837

Address of the special commission of the General Assembly: to the members of the Church of Scotland in the seven vacant parishes in the Presbytery of Strathbogie, Edinburgh, 1839?

Letter to the Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale: in reply to the speeches delivered at the intrusion meeting at Haddington, on the 28th February 1840, Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1840

Report, by the Strathbogie Special Commission, printed by J. Greig, 1841?

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth bill, 23rd April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/182

The prevalent forms of unbelief: an introductory lecture addressed to students in the first year of their theological course at the commencement of the session of the New College, 1849, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1849

Inauguration of the New College of the Free Church, Edinburgh, November MDCCCL, Apologetical Theology and the Doctrine of the Church, p.101

Extract from the Records of the Commission and pastoral address delivered on 15th November 1854, with others, Edinburgh, 1854

Church and state: the spiritual and civil courts, Edinburgh, William P. Kennedy, 1860

Review of “Essays and reviews”, Edinburgh?, 1860?

The works of William Cunningham, D.D., Edited by him. Edinburgh, 1862-1863

Inspiration, the Infallible Truth and Divine Authority of the Holy Scriptures, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1865

The union question being the substance of a speech, Edinburgh, 1867

The Church of Christ: a treatise on the nature, powers, ordinances, discipline, and government of the Christian Church. Edited by his son (D.D. Bannerman), Edinburgh, 1868

Sermons, Edinburgh, 1869

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.174, The indwelling of the Holy Ghost more precious to believers than the visible presence of Christ, John 16:7
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Bannerman. For a short biography, see Disruption Worthies on this website: Bannerman, James

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.3, William Garden Blaikie, Bannerman, James

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchel, Bannerman, James (1807–1868), Free Church of Scotland minister and theologian

New Statistical Account, September, 1835, Ormiston, Vol.2, Haddington, p.130

Some Remarks on Dr. Bannerman’s View of that which constitutes the Church of Christ, as set forth in his late work on the Church, James Currie, Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas, 1869.

Some Free Church Professors and Preachers in Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections, William Knight, p.103, Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 22/5/1868, Doctor of Divinity in the New College in Edinburgh, residing at 7 Clarendon Crescent, Edinburgh, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/139; Trust Disposition & S, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/114; 2/12/1880, Professor of Divinity, New College, Edinburgh, d. 27/03/1868 at Edinburgh, testate, Additional Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/203

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Bannerman or Douglas, David Anne, 17/7/1879, lately residing at 7 Clarendon Crescent, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. James Bannerman, D.D., Professor of Divinity, New College there, d. 11/04/1879 at Abernyte House, Inchture, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/194; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/179; 29/04/1925, Confirmation ad non executa granted, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/729


 

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BEGG, JAMES, D.D

 

Publication – by him
This is not as yet a complete list of Begg’s writing but it is sufficient to show the frequency of his publications and the extent of his interests: A careful and strict inquiry into the pretensions and designs of Dr. Heugh or his “Considerations on civil establishments of Christianity”, Glasgow, 1833

The transfiguration, or, Moses, Elias, and Christ upon Mount Tabor: a communion sermon, Glasgow: W.R. McPhun, 1834

Papers of the Innes family of Stow, Peeblesshire, Letters, It is proposed to erect a new church at Gilmerton. James Begg writes to say he has heard that Miss Innes is willing to give the ground and perhaps also a contribution, 17th September, 1835, GD113/5/113c; The church at Gilmerton is complete. All sittings have been taken and the minister is a success. A manse is now required and before the subscription list is opened James Begg writes to enquire if Miss Innes would like to contribute, 19th August, 1837, GD113/5/113d

The antiquity of church extension; with the methods by which it was promoted by the Church of Scotland, nearly two hundred years ago, Edinburgh, 1838

Seat rents brought to the test of scripture, law, reason and experience; or, The spiritual rights of the people of Scotland vindicated against modern usurpations,, Edinburgh, 1838

Heaven and earth inviting sinners to come: a sermon preached at the opening of St Mary’s Church, Dumfries, on Sabbath, November 17, 1839; published at the request of the Trustees of that Church, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1839, The seat rent question. The duty of the friends of the Church of Scotland, in consequence of the judgment of the Lord Ordinary in the case of the Tolbooth Kirk-session v. the magistrates of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, 1839

Instrumental music unwarranted in the worship of God. A sermon. Edinburgh, 184-

The history of the Act of Queen Anne, 1711, restoring church patronage in Scotland. With a list of the patrons. Edinburgh: J. Johnstone, 1841

Reply to Sir James Graham’s letter [to the moderator of the general assembly, in answer to the Church of Scotland’s claim of right, Edinburgh: J. Johnstone, 1843

Reason why no seat-rents should be in the Free Church, with practical directions for getting on better without them, Edinburgh, 1845?

How to promote and preserve the true beauty of Edinburgh: being a few hints to the Hon. Lord Cockburn on his late letter to the Lord Provost, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1849

Pauperism and the poor laws; or, Our sinking population and rapidly increasing public burdens practically considered, Edinburgh and London, John Johnstone, 1849

National education for Scotland practically considered; with notices of certain recent proposals on that subject, Edinburgh, 1850
Social reform. How every man may become his own landlord; or, A way by which to elevate the condition of the masses of Britain, and develope the resources of the country: being a lecture, delivered in Newington Free Church, at the request of the “Scottish Social Reform Association,” on the 6th of March 1851, London and Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

Drunkenness and pauperism, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1851?

A handbook of Popery; or, Text-book of missions for the conversion of Romanists: being Papal Rome tested by scripture, history, and its recent workings. With an appendix of documents. Edinburgh, 1852

Reform in the Free Church; or, The true origin of our recent debates, Edinburgh, J. Nichol, 1855

Reform in the Free Church / No. 2, or, Practical questions of immediate interest briefly discussed, being suggestions respectfully addressed to the members of the approaching assembly, Edinburgh, J.Nichol, 1856

To the Reverend the Moderator and brethren of the Free Church Presbyterian Synod of Victoria, Edinburgh, November 14th, 1857, signed by James Begg and others, Edinburgh, 1857

Report of the Committee on Houses for the Working Classes, in connexion with social morality, to the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, May 1862

Free Church of Scotland. Committee on Houses for the Working Classes, in Connexion with Social Morality, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1862

The art of preaching, and the duty of the Church towards her theological students, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1863

The hand of God in the Disruption, and the vital importance of Free Church principles being an address delivered at the opening of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on May 18, 1865

Free Church Presbyterianism in the United Kingdom: Its Principles, Duties, and Dangers, 1865

The security of the Christian, and the strength of the church: A sermon, preached at the opening of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, May 24, 1866, J. Nichol, 1866

The use of organs and other instruments of music in Christian worship indefensible Glasgow, 1866

Happy homes for working men, and how to get them, London, 1866

The late Dr. Chalmers on the establishment principle and Irish Protestantism. With some “Forgotten chapters” of Free Church history, Edinburgh, J. Nichol, 1868

The proposed disestablishment of Protestantism in Ireland: its bearings upon the religion and liberties of the empire, Edinburgh: J. Nichol, 1868; see also Papers of the Hope Family of Luffness, East Lothian, two pamphlets: The Proposed Disestablishment of Protestantism in Ireland by Begg, and another pamphlet, NRS GD364/3/39

Free Church principles since the disruption, with special reference to some remarks made by Dr. Buchanan at a meeting of the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, Edinburgh, 1869

Present aspect of the Union question: a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, on the 10th November, 1870, Edinburgh, Ballantyne, 1870

The ecclesiastical and social evils of Scotland, and how to remedy them, Edinburgh, 1871

A violation of the Treaty of Union the main origin of our ecclesiastical divisions and other evils: a second address to the people of Scotland, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, and Co., 1871

Establishment Principle Defended: A Reply to the Statement by the Committee of the United Presbyterian Church on Disestablishment and Disendowment, with Foreword by James Begg, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co., 1872

God’s gift to Scotland in John Knox and the Reformation: a sermon, Dewar, Mitchell & Co., 1872

Voluntaryism indefensible; or, A nation’s right and duty to profess and practice Christianity, 187-?, and in Gaelic, Cuis na “Voluntaries” gun steidh, no, Coir agus dleasdanas gach rioghachd an creideamh Criosdaidh aideachadh agus a chleachdadh, with D. Macgregor

The establishment principle embedded in the constitution of the Free Church of Scotland, with memorial and opinions of eminent counsel on the subject, and some remarks on our present state and prospects, Edinburgh Johnstone, 1874

A visit to New Zealand, An address, Edinburgh, 1874

Memorial, with the opinion of eminent counsel in regard to the constitution of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1874

Free Church of Scotland: foreign missions, Edinburgh, 1874?

Anarchy in worship, or, Recent innovations contrasted with the constitution of the Presbyterian Church and the vows of her office-bearers, Edinburgh, 1875

The principles, position, and prospects of the Free Church of Scotland. A lecture, Edinburgh, 1875

The apostolic commission applied to present circumstances: a sermon preached in the open air at Kirkbride, near Sanquhar, on sabbath, the 2d of July 1876, Edinburgh, Lyon & Gemmell, 1876

Creeds and consistency: a lecture, Edinburgh, 1877

God’s people comforted: a Communion sermon, Edinburgh, J. Gemmell, 1879

Scottish public affairs, civil and ecclesiastical: a letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Beaconsfield; with special reference to the coming general election, and the advent of Mr. Gladstone to Scotland, Edinburgh, J. Gemmell, 1879

New Statistical Account, August, 1839, Liberton, Vol.1, p.1

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.421, Christ’s Last Charge to his Apostles; Vol.3, p.219, The Transfiguration; or Moses, Elias, and Christ upon Mount Tabor; Vol.5, p.133, Paul’s Prayer for the Thessalonians when absent

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.325, Jesus the only saviour

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.248, Discourse, Malachi 3:16; 2nd series, Vol.1, pp.137, The Parable of the Pharisee and the Publican and 152; p.313, The Faith of Moses

The Modern Scottish Pulpit, God’s People comforted, Zepheniah 3:16-17, p.76
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Begg

Disruption Worthies on this website: Begg, James

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.4, William Garden Blaikie, Begg, James

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, John Wolffe, Begg, James (1808–1883), Free Church of Scotland minister

Some Free Church professors and Preachers in Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections, William Knight, p.103, Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903

Miscellaneous documents deposited by British Records Association, Inventory of title deeds (35 writs) of lands of Newington, 1722-1806, belonging to the British Linen Company, lent to the agents of Rev. Dr. James Begg and others, trustees for the Deacons’ Court of Newington Free Church, in their action of declarator against Andrew Jack, NRS GD2/121

James Begg (Review of his biography), The Original Secession magazine. New Series 17 (1885-86), p.159

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Bishop, Donald H.; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1953: Church and society: a study of the social work and thought of James Begg, D.D. (1808-1883), A.H. Charteris, D.D., LL.D. (1835-1908), and David Watson, D.D. (1859-1943); Doctoral Thesis, Author: Macdonald, N. A.; Awarding Body: University of Oxford; Awarded: 1984: Free Church ‘constitutionalist’: A study of his views on the testimony, doctrine, worship, and practice of the Free Church of Scotland, with special reference to the period 1860-83

James Begg – Social Reformer and Ecclesiastical Conservative in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

Letter to Mr. James Begg, occasioned by some passages of his book on “Seat rents”, Free Sitter, Glasgow, 1838

Disruption in Mr. Begg’s Free Church: Statements in reply to the Rev. James Begg’s appeal and sermon, on the 22d September 1844, Edinburgh, 1844

Sketches of the Edinburgh ministers, William Duncan of the Edinburgh press, Edinburgh, 1865?

Six letters to the Rev. Dr. Begg and his protesting minority, shewing that their “Statement, explanatory and defensive,” involves an abandonment of Free Church principles, by one of the majority, Edinburgh, A. Elliot, 1868

A seventh letter to the Rev. Dr. Begg and his protesting minority, shewing that endowments are a political, not a theological question, and according to their “Statement,” either an impossibility or a sin, by one of the majority, Edinburgh, A. Elliot, 1868

The dead fly in the apothecary’s ointment; or, The reason why presbyterian church union in Australia has hitherto proved a failure: a letter to the Rev. James Begg, D.D, Lang, John Dunmore, 1799-1878, Glasgow: George Gallie, 1861

What the Rev. Dr. Begg said in 1871 about home rule for Scotland, Edinburgh, Scottish Home Rule Association, 1893

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 14/11/1883, Minister of Newington Free Church, Edinburgh, d. 29/09/1883 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/228; and Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/203

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Begg or Faithfull, Maria, 11/6/1892, 50 George Square, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. James Begg, D.D., Minister of Newington Free Church, d. 15/05/1892 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/308; and Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/26

For photo by Hill and Adamson see here, 3rd from left


 

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BEITH, ALEXANDER, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

Gaelic: Dearbhaidhean an aghaidh teagasg nan Anabaisteach: a’ nochdadh gur coir naoidheana a bhaisteadh, agus gu bheil an t-ordugh sin gu h-iomchuidh air a fhrithealadh, o’n leth a muigh, le uisg’ a dhortadh no ‘chrathadh orrasan a ta ‘gam baisteadh, Glaschu, M. Ogle, 1824

Sermon at the opening of the Synod of Glenelg, 16th July, 1834, Glasgow, Maurice Ogle, 1834

The compulsion of the gospel: a sermon preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge in the High Church of Edinburgh, on Thursday, June 1, 1837, Edinburgh, printed for the Society and sold by William Whyte and Co., 1837; note also: Records of The Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge: Sermon by Rev. Alexander Beith at anniversary meeting, 1st June, 1837, NRS GD95/13/119

A catechism on baptism, with an address on infant baptism and parental duties and responsibilities therewith connected, Stirling, printed in the Observer Office, for J. Shearer, 1842; and the Gaelic version: Leabhar cheistean mu nadur a Bhaistidh, airson seòladh agus cuideachadh pharantan ‘n an dleasnas a thaobh an ordugh so: maille ri Earail dhoibhsan a tha cuir an dleasnas ‘s an ni so ann an beag suim, Glascho, M. Ogle & son, 1840

The essential and special Kingdom of God, Stirling, printed in the Stirling Observer Office, 1841

Does not the Church of Scotland, in her present position, occupy ground new as well as unwarranted?, Stirling, printed in the Stirling Observer Office, 1842

Christ the friend of his people, Perth, James Dewar and Son, 1845

The “Two witnesses” of the Apocalypse traced in history, Edinburgh, 1846

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites of churches, 28th April, 1846, NRS GD112/51/204

Letter to Patrick Arkley, Esq., advocate: in reply to a letter addressed by him to Rev. Alexander Beith, Stirling, one of the secretaries of the Gaelic School Society, on the recent decison of the committee of that society, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1846

Letters to the author of “The seventh vial;” relative particularly to the identification of the prophetic history of the two witnesses with that of the true church generally, during the Apocalyptic period of 1260 years, and the completion of their history, Edinburgh, 1849

Christ our life, or expository discourses on the Gospel by John, Vol.1 and Vol.2, London, 1857

God’s controversy with the nation: a sermon preached in the Free North Church, Stirling, on Wednesday, 7th October, 1857, the day appointed as a national fast on account of the insurrection in India, Stirling, P. Drummond, 1857

Pastoral address by the General Assembly met at Edinburgh in the year 1858, to the people under their charge, Edinburgh, printed by John Greig & Son, 1858

Disruption facts and principles. A sermon [Matt. xxii. 21] preached in the Free North Church, Stirling, on the second Sabbath of November, 1859, Stirling, 1859

Scottish reformers and martyrs, London, 1860

The Scottish Church in her relations to other churches at home and abroad, Edinburgh, 1869

Scottish reformers and martyrs, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1860

Report by the Committee of the Free Church General Assembly on the Cardross case to the Commission of the General Assembly, Edinburgh?, 1864?

A Highland tour, Edinburgh, A. & C. Black, 1874

To the men of the North. A “letter”, Edinburgh, 1876

Memories of disruption times. A chapter in autobiography, embracing the half-year preceding and the half-year following 18th May, 1843, London, 1877

Sorrowing, yet rejoicing; or, A narrative of successive bereavements in a minister’s family, Stirling, 1878

The river of water of life, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1880

Memoir of the Rev. James Carment, of Comrie, Samuel Carment, with introduction by Alexander Beith, Dalkeith, 1886

Dutch: Bedroefd en toch blij: Gods genade verheerlijkt in vier jonge kinderen, (Sad yet happy: God’s grace glorified in four young children), by Alexander Beith; L J van Valen, Houten, Den Hertog, 2003

New Statistical Account, January, 1836, Glenelg, Vol.14, Inverness, p.128

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.608, Christ the friend of his people, Song of Solomon 5:16
The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.1, p.148, The Death-bed of a Young Christian

He gave evidence before the Committee on Sites (Scotland) – see the Report of this Committee from Question 5877 on p.90 of Third Report.
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Alexander Beith

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, T. B. Johnstone, revised by Rosemary Mitchell, Beith, Alexander (1799–1891), Free Church of Scotland minister and author

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 17/6/1891, Minister Emeritus, Free North Church, Stirling, residing at 3 St Bernard’s Crescent, Edinburgh, d. 11/05/1891 at Edinburgh, testate; and Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/252; 01/10/1899, Eik granted, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/383

Image: see here for a picture of early Free Church Moderators.


 

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BENNIE, JOHN

 

Publication – by him:

A Systematic vocabulary of the Kaffrarian language in two parts: to which is prefixed, An Introduction to Kaffrarian grammar, Lovedale, 1826

Sermon notes, 1829

Parts of Kaffir history, (Xhosa: Iziqwenge zembali yamaxosa), 1838

Letter, 1838 May 21, Tyume Vale, to G.J. Pike, Cape Town, 1838

Corrections of 1st half sheet of Kaffir History, Tyume Vale, 1838
Xhosa: Iindaba ezilungileyo ezibaliweyo gu-Marki (Mark’s Gospel);

John Bennie’s press

An account of a journey into Transorangia and the Potchefstroom-Winburg Trekker Republic in 1843, by John Bennie; edited by D. Williams.

Publications – about him:

Bennie family papers

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Bennie


 

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BLAIKIE, WILLIAM GARDEN, D.D., LL.D. (Edinburgh and Aberdeen)

 

Publications – by him

He was a prolific writer and editor and I don’t propose to attempt a full list of his works here. A list of his works is found here. Also the world catalogue of books comes up with 125 items for “William Garden Blaikie”, though all are not his: see here. He wrote about 110 articles for the Dictionary of National Biography – see here for a list of his contributions. At different times, he edited the North British Review – see The North British Review, August-November,1862, for an example; and the Sunday Magazine – see The Sunday Magazine, Isbister, London, 1874, for an example; and the Catholic Presbyterian – see Catholic Presbyterian, July, 1883, for an example.

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites, 7th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/207; Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 16 th April, 1850, Against marriage affinity bill, NRS GD112/74/834

The following publications of his are available online:

Bible history, in connection with the general history of the world, London, T. Nelson, 1859

Outlines of Bible geography, physical and political, London, T. Nelson, 1861

Better Days for Working People, Alexander Strahan, London, 1865

Heads and hands in the world of labour, London, Alexander Strahan, 1865

Spiritual Christianity in relation to Secular Progress, in Christianity and recent speculations, Edinburgh: John Maclaren, Princes Street, 1866 p.67

For the work of the ministry, a manual of homiletical and pastoral theology, Strahan, London, 1873

Glimpses of the inner life of our Lord, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1876

The Personal Life of David Livingstone, 1880

The Personal Life of David Livingstone, Chiefly from his unpublished Journals and Correspondence, New York, Harper Brothers, 1881

A manual of Bible history, Edinburgh and New York, T. Nelson, 1882

Leaders in modern philanthropy, Religious Tract Society, 1884

The First Book of Samuel, The Expositor’s Bible, New York, A. C. Armstrong and Son, 1898, Toronto, Willard Tract Depository, 1888

The Preachers of Scotland from the Sixth to the Nineteenth Century, Cunningham Lectures, Edinburgh, T & T Clark, 1888

Summer suns in the far West, a holiday trip to the Pacific slope, London, T, Nelson, 1890

The Vitality of the Bible, in Historical Evidences of the Old Testament, American Tract Society, New York, p.57, 1890?

Christianity and Secularism Compared in Their Influence and Effects, Present Day Tracts, The Religious Tract Society

The Witness of Palestine to the Bible, Present Day Tracts, The Religious Tract Society

Letter to the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D., on a manifesto issued by him on the Dods and Bruce cases, Edinburgh, MacNiven and Wallace, 1890

The Book of Joshua, The Expositor’s Bible, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1893

Heroes of Israel, London, T. Nelson, 1894

Thomas Chalmers, Famous Scots Series, Oliphant Anderson and Ferrier, Edinburgh and London, 1896

David Brown, A Memoir, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1898

The Second Book of Samuel, The Expositor’s Bible, New York, A. C. Armstrong and Son, 1898

The French Riviera, 1899

XLIX English hymns rendered in Latin rhyme, Edinburgh, 1900
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: William Garden Blaikie

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Blaikie, William Garden (1820–1899), Free Church of Scotland minister and writer

Reply to Letter of Professor Blaikie, D.D., LL.D. to Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D. On Statement issued on the Dods and Bruce Cases, Rev. Robert Howie, M.A., Glasgow, David Bryce and Son; Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1890

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 8/9/1899, Professor, 2 Tantallon Terrace, North Berwick, d. 11/06/1899 at North Berwick, testate, Inventory only, Haddington Sheriff Court, NRS SC40/40/32; and Will, Haddington Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC40/43/1

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Blaikie or Biggar, Margaret Catherine, 7/12/1915, 2 Tantallon Terrace, North Berwick, D.D., LL.D., d. 25/07/1915 at North Berwick, testate, Haddington Sheriff Court. NRS SC40/40/37


 

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BLYTH, ADAM

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth grant, 15th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/175

The following are all by Rev Adam Blyth:

The Dew of Youth: or, Sermons for the young, London, William Macintosh, 1867

The Labour of Love; or, Friendly Counsels to Sabbath Šchool Teathers. London, James Nisbet & Co.

Fleeting Time and How to Improve it Glasgow, Glass & Duncan

Juvenile Missions, or The Day of Small Things

The following are also by Adam Blyth, most probably the same one:

Treasury gifts, or, Rules for giving, an address to the young, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1848

The youthful missionary: a sermon to the young, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1850

The city of Ninevah, an address to the young, Edinburgh Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

Sacred hours, or, Rules for reading, an address to the young, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Adam Blyth

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 22/4/1870, minister of Free church of Scotland at Girvan, then resided at Oakbanks House, Bridge of Allan, spouse of Jane Allan Blyth, Inventory; Extract Registered Mutual Trust Disposition and Settlement and Codicil with spouse, Stirling Sheriff Court, NRS SC67/36/58


 

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BONAR, ANDREW ALEXANDER, D.D.

 

Publications – by him
Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth grant, 28th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/186; 29th April, 1845, Sunday trains, NRS GD112/51/187

Letters of Samuel Rutherford, London, Religious Tract Society

The Life and Remains, Letters, Lectures and Poems of the Rev. Robert Murray McCheyne: Minister, 21st Edinburgh edition

Gaelic: Iomradh air beatha agus ministreileachd an urramaich R.M. McCheyne, ministear an t-soisgeil ann an Dundee: maille ri litrichean, searmoinean, agus laoidhean leis, [McCheyne’s Life etc] translated by Allan Sinclair

Dutch: Het leven en de nagelatene geschriften van Robert Murray M’Cheyne, [McCheyne’s Life and Remains], Arnhem, 1860

Narrative of a Mission of Inquiry to the Jews from the Church of Scotland in 1839, Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publications, 1845

French edition: Les Juifs d’Europe et de Palestine: voyage de MM. Keith, Black, Bonar et McCheyne, Paris, L-R Delay, 1844

The Jews, a letter from the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, Edinburgh, J. Lindsay, 1841

To the members and adherents of the Free Church, Collace, in regard to the Sustentation or Pastoral Fund, Perth, J. Fisher

Baptism briefly opened up and applied, Kelso, Border Watch Office, 1844

The Lord’s Supper explained, for the use of a class of young communicants, Dundee, William Middleton, 1847

The ransom for many: an address to children, Stirling, Peter Drummond, 185-?

A commentary on the Book of Leviticus: expository and practical, New York, Robert Carter, 1851

The development of Antichrist, London, 1853

Nettleton and his labours: being the memoir of Dr. Nettleton by Bennet Tyler, D.D., remodelled in some parts, with occasional notes and extracts, and specimens of his sermons and addresses, and an introduction, Edinburgh, 1854

Emilia Geddie, a child of the Covenant who died in 1681: an example alike to young and old, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1855

The visitor’s book of texts, or, The word brought nigh to the sick and sorrowful, London, 1856

Christ and his church in the book of Psalms, London, 1859

The books of the Old Testament, being brief notes on the contents of each book specially intended for the young, London, J. Nisbet, 1859

Sermon VII: the love of the Father, Edinburgh, 1860?

Young men invited to join Christ’s standard, Edinburgh, J. Greig, 1860?

Lecture XXIX: the leper drawing forth the Saviour’s Grace, Glasgow?, 1860?

The manslayer’s flight, Glasgow, Charles Glass & Co., ca. 1860

What gives assurance, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1860

Memoir of the life and brief ministry of David Sandeman, London, James Nesbit, 1861

The true heaven, and the way to it, Glasgow Glass and Duncan, ca.1865

Victory over sin, Glasgow, Charles Glass & Co., ca.1865

Coming to Christ, Glasgow, Charles Glass & Co., ca.1865

Palestine for the young, London, 1866

The brook Besor: words for those who must tarry at home, London, James Nesbit, 1869

Gamaliel, a word to young men, Glasgow, Charles Glass & Co., 187-?

Ecclesiastical order: a respectful answer to Dr Candlish’s appeal, by the Rev. A. Moody Stuart, and the Andrew A. Bonar. Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1871

Fourteen communion sermons, Rutherford, Samuel, edited by Andrew A. Bonar, Glasgow, 1878

Gospel truths, Glasgow, Charles Glass & Co., 1878

Angel workers, Glasgow, Charles Glass, 1880?

The Scots worthies according to Howie’s second edition, 1781, edited by Andrew A. Bonar, Glasgow, McGready, 1880?

A protest for reverence, Edinburgh, Macniven and Wallace, 1880

The Christian congregation, Glasgow, Glasgow Young Men’s Society for Religious Improvement, 1882

Quaint sermons of Samuel Rutherford, hitherto unpublished, with a preface by Andrew A. Bonar, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1885

James Scott, a labourer for God, London, 1885

The Gospel pointing to the person of Christ

Thirty years of spiritual life in the Island of Arran, Glasgow, J.N. Mackinlay, pref. 1889

Bearing the yoke in youth: a New Year’s address to the young, Glasgow, C. Glass, ca. 1890

Statement by ministers and other bearers of the Free Church in regard to the decisions of the last General Assembly in the cases of Drs. Dods and Bruce, Edinburgh, 1890?

Andrew A. Bonar, D.D., Diary and Letters, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1894

Heavenly springs. Portions selected from the diary, letters, and sermons of Andrew A. Bonar, London, 1904

Wayside Wells. Thoughts for Sabbath evenings, selected from the writings and sermons of Andrew A. Bonar, London, 1908

Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.44, A Picture of China in its Religious and Moral Aspect; 2nd series, Vol.1, Arrangement of Psalm 119, pp.180 and 195; p.263, Biographical Sketch, George Charles, Baron of Dyher; p.376, The Palm Tree; p.741, A Letter to the Parishoners; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.121, The First Captivity and Restoration of the Jews, viewed in Reference to the Coming of Messiah

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.75, The love of the Father, John 6:38-40; Vol.3, p.454, The leper drawing forth the saviour’s grace

He contributed to Fairbairn’s Imperial Bible Dictionary

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 17; 26; 207; 258; 314 and 789. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Andrew A. Bonar

Disruption Worthies on this website: Bonar, Andrew A.

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Bonar, Andrew Alexander (1810–1892), Free Church of Scotland minister

Horatius Bonar in Fifty portraits of religious and philanthropic celebrities, p.88, London, S.W. Partridge

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 28/2/1893, Minister of Finnieston Free Church, Glasgow, latterly residing at 20 India Street there d. 30/12/1892 at Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/140; and Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/107

Andrew Bonar – Pastor and Evangelist in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

A loving tribute to the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, One of His Flock, Glasgow, 1893

Letter to the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D., on a manifesto issued by him on the Dods and Bruce cases, by William Garden Blaikie, Edinburgh, MacNiven and Wallace, 1890

A letter to the Rev. Prof. William G. Blaikie in reply to his letter to Rev. Dr. Andrew A. Bonar, Watts, Robert, Edinburgh, R.W. Hunter, 1890?

Reply to Letter of Professor Blaikie, D.D., LL.D. to Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D. On Statement issued on the Dods and Bruce Cases, Rev. Robert Howie, M.A., Glasgow, David Bryce and Son; Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1890

The life of the Rev. Dr. Andrew A. Bonar, Fergus Ferguson; also tributes to his greatness by ministers of various denominations, Glasgow, John J. Rae, 1894?


 

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BONAR, HORATIUS, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

The Blood of the Cross, J. and J.H. Rutherford, Kelso

Gospel of The Holy Spirit’s Love,, Edinburgh, Andrew Stevenson

God’s Way of Peace, London, James Nesbit

Gaelic: Rathad Dhe gu sith, [God’s Way of Peace] translated by Neil Dewar, London, James Nesbit, 1874

Historical Collections Relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the Gospel, by John Gillies, edited and enlarged by Horatius Bonar, Kelso, J. Rutherford, 1845

Truth and Error, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1846

Prophetical Landmarks, Containing Data for Helping to Determine the Question of Christ’s Pre-millennial Advent, London, James Nesbit, 1847

The Story of Grace, London, James Nesbit, 1847

The Morning of Joy, London, James Nesbit, 1850

Selected hymns by the Rev. Horatius Bonar, arranged for part singing, with instrumental accompaniment by David Colville, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co., 1850

Kelso tracts, London, James Nesbit, 1851

Man, his religion and his world, New York, Robert Carter & Brothers, 1851

A Stranger Here, London, James Nesbit, 1852

The New Jerusalem: A Hymn of the Olden Time, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1852

The desert of Sinai, New York, R. Carter & brothers, 1857

The land of promise: notes of a Spring-journey from Beersheba to Sidon, New York, R. Carter & Brothers, 1858

The Bible Hymn-book, edited by Horatius Bonar, New York, Robert Carter, 1860

Follow the Lamb, London, James Nesbit, 1861

God’s Way of Holiness, London, James Nesbit, 1864

Welsh: Gwirionedd a chyfeiliornad neu Lythyrau at gyfaill ar rai o brif bynciau dadleugar y dydd y ddegfed fil [Truth and error, or, Letters to a friend on some of the most controversial topics of the day], Translated by T. Williams, Llanidloes, T. Williams, 1865

Lyra consolationis, or, Hymns for the day of sorrow & weariness, New York, R. Carter & Brothers, 1866

Days and nights in the East, or, Illustrations of Bible scenes, London, James Nesbit, 1866

Light & Truth: The Gospels, London, James Nesbit, 1869

Light and truth: The Epistles, London, James Nesbit, 1870

The Everlasting Righteousness, London, James Nesbit, 1872

Light & Truth: Revelation, 1872

The Song of the New Creation: And Other Pieces, London, James Nesbit, 1872

The Rent Veil, London, James Nesbit, 1875

Earth’s Morning, or, Thoughts on Genesis, New York, Robert Carter, 1875

Words to Winners of Souls, London, James Nesbit, 1877

My old letters, London, J. Nisbet, 1878

Hymns of the Nativity, and other pieces, London, James Nesbit, 1879

Preface to British children in Canadian homes, by Bilbrough, Ellen Agnes, Belleville Ontario, 1879

The white fields of France, or, The story of Mr. McAll’s mission to the working-men of Paris and Lyons, London, J. Nisbet, 1880

Does God care for our great cities?, the question and the answer from the book of Jonah, a word for the Paris mission, London, James Nisbet, 1880

Words of peace and welcome, London, James Nesbit, 1881

How Shall I Go To God, Religious Tract Society, 1881

Communion hymns, London, James Nesbit, 1881

Light and Truth: the Old Testament, London, James Nisbet, 1881

The life and work of G. Theophilus Dodds, London, James Nesbit, 1884

Vol. 1: Hymns of faith and hope, New York, Robert Carter, 1886

Vol. 2: Hymns of faith and hope, New York, Robert Carter, 1886

Vol. 3: Hymns of faith and hope, New York, Robert Carter, 1868

Songs of the dawn, selections from the poems of Horatius Bonar, Charlotte Murray and others, London, J.E. Hawkins, 1887

“Until the Day Break”: And Other Hymns and Poems Left Behind, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1890

Letters from Horatius Bonar to his brother John James Bonar, 1830-1873

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.3, p.633, The free invitations of the gospel; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.745, The Union between Christ and Believers, and the Union of Believers one with another; p.776, The Faithful Minister of the New Covenant

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.313, Christ our high priest bearing the iniquity of our holy things, Exodus 28: 36-38; Vol.3, p.276,
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Horatius Bonar

Disruption Worthies on this website: Bonar, Horatius

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Bonar, Horatius (1808–1889), Free Church of Scotland minister and hymn writer

Horatius Bonar, D.D.: a memorial, New York, Robert Carter, 1889

Dr Horatius Bonar’s Greatest Hymn, in The great hymns of the church: their origin and authorship, by Duncan Morrison, p.219

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 1/11/1889, 10 Palmerston Road, Edinburgh, Minister, Chalmers Memorial Church, d. 31/07/1889 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/278; and Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/240

Reply to Dr Bonar’s book, “The Rent veil”, John Nelson Darby, J. N., c.1875

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BONAR, JOHN, D.D.

 

Publication – by him

Remarks on the subject of presbyterial visitation in parishes, Edinburgh, William Whiyte and Co., 1838

Sin and danger of leaving a faithful ministry, an address to those who left his ministry in May 1843, which may still be of use in 1845, Edinburgh, Charles Ziegler, 1845

The established Church of Scotland: as it was and as it is, Edinburgh, Charles Ziegler, 1845

Report of the Colonial Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, presented to the General Assembly on Thursday, 31st May 1849, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Ballantyne, & Co., 1849

Report of Colonial Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, submitted to the General Assembly, May 1853, by the Rev. John Bonar, Renfield Church, Glasgow, with Speeches and Addresses Delivered on the Occasion, Edinburgh, John Greig and Son, Lawnmarket, 1853

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.5, p.217, Submission to the Will of God

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.241, The universal calls and invitations of the gospel consistent with the total depravity of man, and particular redemption

 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Bonar

New Statistical Account, Larbert, Vol.8, Stirling, p.340

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 24/2/1864, Revd Dr, residing at No.17 York Place in Edinburgh, Inventory Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/119; and Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/90

 

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BONAR, JOHN JAMES, D.D.

 

Publication – by him

Divine judgments considered in their nature and results, two discourses preached in reference to the late calamitous inundation at Greenock, Greenock, J. Thomson, 1835

Address to the people of Scotland, with D. Macfarlan, Church of Scotland, Colonial Committee, Edinburgh?, 1836?

Architectural sub-committee: buildings, suggestions and queries, respecting the construction of places of worship, suitable to be provided in the event of the disruption of the Church, Provisional Committee of Ministers and Elders, 1843

Circular letter regarding church collections, with Alexander Dunlop, Select Committee on Regulations, Edinburgh, 1843

Claims of the Temperance cause upon the Free Church, Edinburgh, 1844

Warning to the public, with Graham Speirs, British and Foreign Bible Society, Edinburgh Bible Society, 1845

Circular urging congregations to petition Parliament, regarding a bill to be passed regulating the sale of sites for churches, manses and schools, with Graham Speirs, Committee on Sites, Edinburgh, 1846

Reissue of a tract by William Romaine, originally published ca. 1756, London, Macintosh, 1846

John Knox’s monument, Edinburgh, 15th July, 1846, with Robert S Candlish, Edinburgh, 1846

Response to Queries, addressed to the presbyteries of the several university seats by the General Assembly’s Committee for the Free Church College, with R. J. Brown, Presbytery of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, 1847

Circular urging congregations to petition Parliament regarding a bill on Refusal of Sites, with others, Edinburgh, 1848.

Speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, January 5th, 1848, in moving the consideration of the Overture on the Report of the Education Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, sent down by the General Assembly of 1847, for the consideration of presbyteries, with a view to its being passed as a standing law of the Church, 1848

Edward Bickersteth: a model and a motive for young men, Edinburgh, J. Greig & Son, 1852

Man’s boast and God’s rebuke: a sermon, Greenock, St. Andrew’s Free Church, 1855

The lessons of 1860, an address delivered in St. Andrew’s Free Church on the last Sabbath of the year, Greenock, St. Andrew’s Free Church, 1861

Report of meeting of the Free Presbytery of Greenock, 29th January, 1862

Retrospect and anticipation, a sermon, Greenock, J. W. Black, 1865

Frequent communicating: the presumption, ca.1865?

Plain counsels for perilous times, Greenock, J. W. Black, 1868

R. J., 12th May, 1869, Greenock, St. Andrew’s Free Church, 1869

The Gospel, the centre of all teaching, and conversion its aim, ca.1870?

Psalms and hymns arranged for chanting, Greenock, 1870

Man in Eden and out of Eden, with a hint as to the cherubim, London, J. Nisbet, 1872

Sermons by William Cunningham from 1828 to 1860, edited by J. J. Bonar, 1872

The mind of Christ as to missions, London, J. Nisbet, 1873

The twenty-third Psalm: the sources of a believer’s joy, and the scenes of a believer’s hope, London, J. Nisbet, 1873

A Hidden One Brought to Light, or, Memoir of Elizabeth Gow by Elizabeth Gow, Edited by J.J. Bonar, Glasgow, C. Glass and Co., ca. 1880

The wrong trust and the right, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1880

In memoriam Rev. James Munro, Rutherglen, with others, Rutherglen, 1885

The late Rev. James Smith, Free Middle Church , funeral sermon, 1886

Memoir of Alexander S. Patterson, D.D., with George Philip, Edinburgh, 1886

Work and wealth, 1901?

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.421, Isaiah’s vision of Christ’s glory, Isaiah 6:38-40

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.3, p.337, The Urim and the Thummim
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John James Bonar

Papers of the Montague-Douglas-Scott Family, Dukes of Buccleuch, Applications for Churches, Writers include testimonials in favour of John James Bonar, 1832, NRS GD224/688/5

Letters from Horatius Bonar to his brother John James Bonar, 1830-1873

Letter to Rev. J.J. Bonar questioning his adherence to the Established Church, Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Greenock, Edinburgh, 1843

Letter in the Hand of M. Mackay to Rev. J.J. Bonar, on the Subject of Home Mission to the Highlands and Islands and Its Funding, Mackintosh Mackay, 1849

Court of Session: Suspension & Interdict: Respondent: John Highgate & another, 1881, NRS CS275/43/3; Decree of declarator of irritancy, ob non solutum canonem and removing and for payment of expenses, The Rev John James Bonar, and others, Watt’s trustees v William Douglas, January, 1882, NRS CS46/1882/1/80

Rev. John James Bonar, minister of St. Andrew’s Free Church, Greenock, by St. Andrew’s Free Church (Greenock, Scotland), 1882

Parting memorial of John James Bonar, D.D., first minister of St. Andrew’s Parish and congregation, Greenock, Greenock, J. MacKelvie, 1892

Jubilee memorial of Saint Andrew’s Parish & congregation, Greenock, and of their first minister, John James Bonar, 1893

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 29/10/1891, Minister, St Andrews Free Church, Greenock, d. 07/07/1891 at Greenock, testate, Greenock Sheriff Court, NRS SC53/41/5; and Will, Greenock Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC53/47/3


 

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BREMNER, ROBERT, M.A.

 

Publications – by him

Excursions into the interior of Russia, including sketches of the character and policy of the Emperor Nicholas, London, 1840

Excursions in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, including notices of the state of public opinion in those countries, and anecdotes of their courts, London, 1840

The work of the ministry in difficult times, an induction sermon, preached on the 28th of September 1847, with the addresses to pastor and people, Edinburgh, Myles MacPhail, 1847

Popish tactics & popish frauds, or, How to defame Protestant ministers, and completely demolish the Protestants, being a familiar letter to Protestants and Roman Catholics, Edinburgh, Myles MacPhail, 1849

Speeches on the education question, delivered in their respective presbyteries, with others, Perth, James Dewar & Son, 1850

Statement of the demitting office-bearers of Free Gorbals’ Church, Glasgow, containing reasons for their resigning office, and leaving the congregation, and thereby freeing themselves from the pastorate of the Rev. Robert Bremner, A.M., Glasgow, Thomas Smith, 1853

The Rev. Robert Bremner, a minister of the “Free” Church, in The Spectator, April 1, 1865, Vol.38 (1918), p.345

Is the Bible infallible? Speeches in the Rev. Dr. Dods’ case, in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, on 5th September and 27th November, 1877, revised and corrected, Glasgow, 1878
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 5/9/1895, M.A., 5 Maxwell Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow, Minister Emeritus of Gorbals Free Church there, d. 02/05/1895 at Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/152; and Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/113

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Bremner or Lock, Barbara, 11/7/1895, wife of Rev. Robert Bremner, d 19/01/1895 at Pollokshields, Testate, Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/113; 25/7/1895, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/15


 

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BREWSTER, JAMES, D.D. (GLASGOW)

 

Publications – by him

Testimonies to the Truths of Natural and Revealed Religion, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1822

The history of the church, from the creation of the world, to the commencement of the nineteenth century of the Christian era, in the form of question and answer, compiled and abridged from various authors. By the late Alexander Smith Paterson, of Aberdeen. Revised, edited, and prefaced, by James Brewster, Minister of Craig, Edinburgh, G. Clark & Son, 1830

A discourse on the evils of drunkenness, and the principles of temperance societies, Montrose, J. Nichol, 1832

Report of speeches at meetings held in Edinburgh, August 25, 1841, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Addresses to the people, on the Church question, with others, Montrose, Published by request of the Church Defence Association, 1842

The consolations and suffering of the believer and their effects upon his character, Perth, James Dewar and Son, 1845

General circular, 1842?

Proposal of a General Convocation of all ministers to be held at Edinburgh, in the month of November, beginning on Thursday the 17th, Edinburgh?, 1842

Address from a pastor to his people at their meeting as a congregation, to render thanks for his recovery from a season of severe sickness, Montrose, J. Mitchell, 1846

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites, 18th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/214

Letter by him concerning the printing of a work which he had revised, 7/1/1830, NRS GD23/6/657

New Statistical Account, January, 1835, Craig, Vol.11, Forfar, p.244

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.13, The consolations and sufferings of the believer, and their effects upon his character, 1 Peter 5: 10.

For his contributions to the Edinburgh Encyclopedia see Vol.1, p.ix

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.73, Discourse, James 3:13; Vol.2, p.185, The Duty and Benefit of Intercession; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.449, On the Composition and Contents of the Shorter Catechism.; p.465, On the Expositions of the Shorter Catechism, and Methods of teaching it; p.549, Introduction to the Shorter Catechism; p.581, The Scriptures of truth, and the things which they principally teach; On the being and perfections of God, pp. 629 and 644; p.687, On the unity of God; p.718, On the three persons of the Godhead; On the decrees of God, and the execution of them in his works, pp. 744 and 799; p.818, The work of creation
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Brewster.

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BRODIE, JAMES, M.A.

 

Publications – by him

Remarks on the Headship of Christ, and the present position of the Church of Scotland, Fifeshire Journal, 1842

Plea for the country ministers who resigned their livings in 1843, to which is added a list of the demitting ministers, with a statement of the stipend resigned by each, his present situation, and his ecclesiastical income for 1846

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against endowment of college of Maynooth, 17 April, 1844, NRS GD112/51/168; Sabbath desecration, 20th May, 1845, NRS GD112/51/195; Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 13th April, 1850, Against marriage affinity bill and against transmission of mails and other post office work on the Lord’s day, NRS GD112/74/834

Suggestions in regard to the management of the sustentation fund, with remarks on some schemes that have been proposed for increasing and adjusting it, Cupar-Fife, 1850

Remarks on the Antiquity and Nature of Man, in Reply to the Recent Work of Charles Lyell, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1864

Papers Offered for Discussion at the Meeting of the British Association at Dundee, in Reply to the speculations recently promulgated in the regard to the Antiquity and Nature of man, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1867

Our present position on the chart of time, as revealed in the Word of God, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1870

The true text of the Old Testament, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1873

Science and scripture, or, The work of redemption in its relation to the universe, Edinburgh, 1875

New Statistical Account, March, 1836, Monimail, Vol.9, Fife, p.37

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.313, The object of God in man’s redemption

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.241, On the Advantages to be Derived by the Christian from the Study of Natural Science; Christian Philosophy, p.267, 1, Properties of Light; p.301, 2, The Sun the Source of Light; p.327, 3, Refraction and Composition of Light; p.379, 4, Properties of Heat; p.525, 5. Electricity; p.558, 6, Matter and its Properties; p.613, 7, Laws of Motion; Vol.2, p.150, Mechanics; p.198, On the Comparative Progress of Science, Religion, and Morals; p.285, Origin and Meaning of the Name Beelzebub; p.364, The Laws of Nature; p.421, The Solar System; Vol.3, p.14, Motions of the planets; p. 59, The sun in the centre; p.220, Motions of the earth; p.438, The moon; p.486, Eclipses; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.662, On the Musical Instruments of the Jews; p.276, The Fixed Stars; p.452, Variable Stars; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.145, On the natural capabilities of Canaan, viewed in reference to its past and present condition; p.289, On the object which God had in view in selecting Canaan as the residence of Israel; p.710, On the salts or saline substances, referred to in Scripture
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Brodie

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 16/4/1878, Minister, Free Church, residing at Bow-of-Fife, d. 03/02/1878 at Bow-of-Fife, testate, Cupar Sheriff Court, NRS SC20/50/51
 

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BROWN, ARCHIBALD

 

Publications – by him

The strength of the church, a sermon preached at the opening of the Synod of the Original Seceders, January 11, 1842, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

The church suffering yet testifying, two sermons preached on the 22d of February 1849, being a day of humiliation and thanksgiving, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1849

Free churchmen and seceders, or, An examination of plans proposed for union between them, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1851

Free church door for the seceders, or, Dr. Candlish’s altered overture, as passed in the late Free Church assembly, and lauded in the “Original Secession magazine”, considered, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1852

The Free Church tending to Voluntaryism, letter to the Rev. R.S. Candlish, D.D., occasioned by his proclamation, “The secession is extinguished in Scotland”, Edinburgh, Alexander C. Moodie, 1853

Lord Ardmillan’s decision in the Thurso property case examined, or, will the Court of Session reward seceders for recognizing the Free Church of Scotland?, Edinburgh, Murray & Stuart, 1857

Revival of family religion in opposition to the Sabbath school system, Edinburgh, Murray & Stuart, 1857

Answers and defences for the Rev. Archibald Brown to the libel exhibited against him by the Rev. John Robertson, the Rev. George Roger, the Rev. Thomas Mason, and now lying before the Reverend Synod of United Original Seceders, Edinburgh, H. Armour, 1857

Answers by the Rev. Archibald Brown, Minister of the congregation of United Original Seceders, Adam Square, Edinburgh, to the committee’s replies to his Answers to the libel now pending against him before the Reverend Synod of United Original Seceders, Edinburgh, H. Armour, 1857

A speech in defence of the Sabbath School System by Matthew Murray answered, Edinburgh, Ogle & Murray, 1858
 

Publications – about him

A dialogue on “Free Church door”, between the Rev. Archibald Brown and Nominis Umbra, William White, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1852

Replies to Rev. Archibald Brown’s answer and defences to the libel served on him by the committee appointed by the Synod of United Original Seceders, Dundee, Office of the Saturday Post, 1858


 

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BROWN, CHARLES JOHN, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

Irish education. Letter on the government scheme of education for Ireland, addressed to the dissenting ministers who have expressed their approbation of that scheme, Glasgow, 1832

Church Establishments Defended, with Special Reference to the Church of Scotland, Glasgow, M. Ogle, 1833

Lecture on the duty of the state to endow the church, delivered at Edinburgh on the 23d of January 1835, being the fourth of a series of lectures at the request of “The Edinburgh Young Men’s Association for Promoting the Interests of the Church of Scotland”, Edinburgh, Fraser & Co., 1835

Formidable character of popery, in Lectures on popery, Glasgow, William Collins, 1836

Rights of the Christian people in the appointment of their minister, Edinburgh, 1840

Tracts on the intrusion of ministers. No. V., Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840

Letter from a committee of the Convocation of Ministers, offering guidance to district visitors appointed to raise support for the proceedings of the Convocation, Edinburgh, 1842?

State of religion in the land, a letter to the Rev. E. Bickersteth, to which is added, a sermon preached on the day appointed for solemn humiliation and prayer, London, James Nesbit, 1844

The Future of the Roman Catholic Church in Great Britain, and Her Position Towards that of England, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

Restraining of spiritual intercourse in families, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1855

God’s voice to us in the present spiritual movement, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1860

Infant baptism: its grounds in scripture and practical bearings, in two discourses with an appendix on the mode of baptism, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1861

Suggestions for daily prayer, being a reprint of two memorials drawn up by the late Robert Wodrow, Esq., with a prefatory note, London, Thomas Nelson, 1861

Address on public prayer, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1862

Infant dedication to God, or, The scripture grounds and practical bearings of infant baptism, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1863

Recollections of the last days of a daughter beloved, Kate Brown, by Brown, Charles John (Mrs), London, 1863

The disruption question stated, Edinburgh, T. Nelson and Sons, 1863

The changeless saviour, a sermon, preached before the moderator and members of the Free Church General Assembly, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1863

Circular letter from ministers of the churches in Scotland, condemning slavery as a crime, with others, Edinburgh, Nelson & Sons, 1863

Connection between godliness and the Christian ministry, an address to students of divinity, Edinburgh, T. Nelson & Sons, 1867

The last enemy, a sermon, preached in connection with the death of the Rev. Andrew Crichton, B.A., Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1867

Some materials of thought and conference in the union question, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1868

The Union Question, a speech delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1868

The divine glory of Christ, London, T. Nelson, 1868

Foreign missions, a speech delivered in the Free Church General Assembly, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1868

The General Assembly’s call to prayer, being a sermon preached in Free New North Church, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1869

The question of principle sent down by the Assembly, being a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

Preaching; its properties, place, and power, an address, Edinburgh, 1870

Marriage affinity question, being a speech delivered on 16th February, 1871, London, 1871

The relationships which bar marriage considered scripturally, socially and historically, being a respectful address to the Nonconformist Ministers of England, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1871

Reasons in opposition to the Bill for legalizing marriage with a deceased wife’s sister, with others,
Edinburgh, 1871

Restraining of Spiritual Intercourse in Families, London, James Nesbit, 1872

The finger of God in the disruption, being the address delivered at the opening of the General Assembly, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1872

The Christian ministry, being the address delivered at the closing of the General Assembly, Edinburgh, 1872

The harvest – the labourers – the commandment, being a sermon, London, 1872

The word of life, being selections from the work of a ministry, New York, Robert Carter, 1874

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The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.25, The Choice of Moses

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.593, On the Best Methods of Studying Scripture Truth; Vol.3, Socinianism self-destructive. 1, p.641; 2, p.657; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.345, The Family Relation and its Duties; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.8, The Evils and Remedy of Discord in Religious Communities; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.729, Justifying righteousness brought near

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.68, Restraining of spiritual intercourse in families, Hebrews 3: 13
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Charles Brown

Disruption Worthies on this website: Charles John Brown

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 23/8/1884, formerly of the City of Edinburgh, late of Shrewsbury Road, Oxton, County of Chester, D.D., Presbyterian Minister, d. 03/07/1884 at Shrewsbury Road aforesaid, testate, Probate of the Will, non-Scottish Court, NRS SC70/6/26


 

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BROWN, DAVID

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, June, 1843, Lasswade, Vol.1, p.323, and June, 1843, Roslin, Vol.1, p.337

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.417, On the Promises Contained in the Holy Scriptures; Vol.3, p.552, The full assurance of hope; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.177, On the Manifestation of the Divine Glory

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 9; 127; 219; 306; 347; 450; 456 and 787. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: David Brown.

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 28/3/1870, minister of the Free Church Congregation in Roslin, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/147


 

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BROWN, DAVID, D.D. (Princeton and Aberdeen), LL.D. (Aberdeen)

 

Publications – by him

A commentary, critical, practical and explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments, by Robert Jamieson, A.R. Fausseet and David Brown. Brown wrote Matthew to Romans which is included in this volume

An affirmative answer to the question, will the second advent of our Lord be pre-millennial?, consisting of four articles originally written for the Free Church magazine, in reply to a series by the Rev. David Brown, by Walter Wood, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1846

The last things, an examination of the doctrine of Scripture concerning the Resurrection, the Second Coming of Christ, and the Millennium, with special reference to the second edition of the Rev. David Brown’s work on the Second Advent, by Walter Wood, London, J. Nisbet, 1851

“To whom shall we go?”, an inaugural lecture, delivered at the opening of the Free Church Divinity Hall, Aberdeen, A. Brown & Co., 1857

The four Gospels, according to the Authorized version, with original and selected parallel references and marginal readings, and an original and copious critical and explanatory commentary, Philadelphia, William S. & Alfred Martien, 1859

On united and universal prayer throughout the church of God, a paper read at the conference of the Evangelical Alliance, London, W. J. Johnson, printer, 1860?

The restoration of the Jews: the history, principles, and bearings of the question, Edinburgh, Strahan, 1861

Crushed hopes crowned in death, memorials of the life, particularly the last days of Alexander Brown, Bengal Civil Service, 2nd edition, London, 1862

Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, embracing the latest results of criticism, Glasgow, William Collins, 1863

The Rev. David Brown on the union question by Brown, David, active 1868, 1868?

Life of the late John Duncan, professor of Hebrew and oriental languages, New College, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1872

The Christian life, its manner and universality, a sermon preached in Blythswood Church, Glasgow, Glasgow, James Maclehose, 1875

The penitent robber and the Lord of glory on the Cross, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1880

Christ’s second coming: will it be premillennial?, 4th Edition, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1856

7th Edition, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1882

The epistle to the Romans, with introduction and notes, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1883

Watchman, what of the night?, an address delivered at the opening of the General Assembly, Macniven & Wallace, 1885

The four Gospels, a commentary, critical, experimental and practical, London, Banner of Truth Trust, 1969

Pulpit and communion table by Duncan, John, edited by David Brown, Inverness, Free Presbyterian Publications, 1969
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: David Brown. For a short biography, see Disruption Worthies on this website: David Brown

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 19/10/1897, doctor of divinity, principal of the Free Church College, Aberdeen, residing at 104 Crown Street there, d. 03/07/1897 at Aberdeen, testate, father of David Dyce Brown a doctor of medicine in London, Extract Inventory, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC1/36/132; 20/10/1897, Will, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC1/37/118

Brief remarks on the work of the Rev. David Brown, A.M., entitled, “Christ’s second coming, is it pre-millenial?” by J N Darby, London, G. Morrish

David Brown, D.D., LL.D., professor and principal of the Free Church College, Aberdeen, a memoir by William Garden Blaikie, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1898

Discussion on the millennium, the pre-millenial advent vindicated, being a review of Rev. Dr. David Brown’s “post-millennial advent of Christ” by J. Litch, Boston, American Millennial Association, 1977


 

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BROWN, JOHN, D.D. (Glasgow)

 

Publications – by him

An examination of the sentiments of Socinians and Arians, respecting the meritorious cause of the forgiveness of sin, with a vindication of the doctrine of the atonement of Christ, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1827

Letter to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, on the extent of the powers which ought to be vested in the people, in the settlement of ministers, Edinburgh, 1833

What ought the church and people of Scotland to do now?, with William White, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840

The exclusive claims of Puseyite Episcopalians to the Christian ministry indefensible, Edinburgh, 1842

A brief statement of facts, respecting certain interviews with Her Majesty’s ministers on the Scottish Church question, with documents submitted to them, with the Marquis of Breadalbane, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1843

Additional papers from the Taymouth estate office: Langton estate papers. Correspondence, 1796-1856; writers include Rev John Brown, NRS GD112/74

New Statistical Account, August, 1834, Langton, Vol.2, Berwick, p.236

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.181, The Origin of Sabbath Schools in England and the Existence of these Schools in Scotland Fifty Years before those of Mr Raikes
 

Publications – about him
Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.7, William Garden Blaikie, Brown, John (1778-1848)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, W. G. Blaikie, revised by Rosemary Mitchell, Brown, John (1778–1848), Free Church of Scotland minister and theological writer

Breadalbane Muniments: Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office; Personal Correspondence, Rev Thomas Brown to Breadalbane, intimates death of Dr John Brown, his father, Free church minister at Langton; details of his last illness, 7th July, 1848, NRS GD112/74/52

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 12/12/1848, minister of the parish of Langton, thereafter minister of the Free Church there, I and Extract Registered Trust Disposition and S and Extract Registered I, Duns Sheriff Court, NRS SC60/41/12

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Brown alias Graham, Marjory, 2/8/1864, relict of John Brown, Doctor of Divinity, Minister in the parish of Langton, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/122; and Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/94


 

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BRUCE, ALEXANDER BALMAIN, D.D. (Glasgow)

 

Publications – by him

The Gospel history, a compendium of critical investigations in support of the historical character of the four Gospels, Ebrard, Johann Heinrich August, Edinburgh, 1863

The Chief End of Revelation, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1881

The Galilean gospel , sermons, Edinburgh, MacNiven and Wallace, 1882

Report of Sub-Committee on Lapsing, Home Mission and Church Extension Committee, May 1882

The Christian church: its function, and the conditions of its future power, an address delivered to the students of the Lancashire College, Manchester, A. Thomson, 1883

Biblical study: its principles, methods and history, together with a catalogue of books of reference, by Charles Augustus Briggs, with introduction by Alexander Balmain Bruce, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1884

Christianity and social life , a course of lectures , with others, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1885

Ferdinand Christian Baur and his theory of the origin of Christianity, and of the New Testament writings, London, The Religious tract society, 1885

The Miraculous Element in the Gospels, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1886

The parabolic teaching of Christ, a systematic and critical study of the parables of our Lord, New York, A.C. Armstrong, 1887

The life of William Denny,
ship-builder, Dumbarton
, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1888

The Training of the Twelve, New York, A.C. Armstrong, 1889

Inspiration and inerrancy, with others, London, 1891

Apologetics, or, Christianity defensively stated, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1895

The Teaching of Christ in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, The Biblical World, Vol. 6, No. 6 (Dec., 1895), pp. 455-466, The University of Chicago Press
Alexander Balmain Bruce, a review of his contribution to New Testament study and to theology, The Biblical World, 1 December 1895, Vol.6(6), pp.455-466, The University of Chicago Press

History of Dogma, Vol.2, by Adolf von Harnack, Edited with T.K. Cheyne, London, 1896

Four Types of Christian Thought. II. The Pauline Epistles, The Biblical World, 1 January 1896, Vol.7(1), pp.6-19, The University of Chicago Press

The Rev. George Adam Smith, D.D., Professor of Hebrew in the Free Church College, Glasgow, , The Biblical World, Vol. 8, No. 1 (Jul., 1896), pp. 1-7, by Alexander Balmain Bruce, The University of Chicago Press

The Rev. A. B. Davidson, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Hebrew in the New College, Edinburgh, The Biblical World, Vol. 8, No. 4 (Oct., 1896), pp. 257-264, by Alexander Balmain Bruce, The University of Chicago Press

The Rev. Professor Stewart D. F. Salmond, D.D., Free Church College, Aberdeen, The Biblical World, Vol. 8, No. 5 (Nov., 1896), pp. 347-353, by Alexander Balmain Bruce, The University of Chicago Press

With Open Face, Or, Jesus Mirrored in Matthew, Mark, and Luke, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1896

The Bible as literature, with others, New York, T. Y. Crowell & company, 1896

Theological Agnosticism in The American Journal of Theology, 1897

Sermons, preached in Barclay Church, Edinburgh, with W.M. Clow, together with the charge to Rev. W.M. Clow and congregation by John Morgan, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1897?

The providential order of the world, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1897

Theological thought: the historical Christ and modern Christianity, England?

< em>Review of “The Movement of Religious Thought in Scotland, 1843-1896”, by R. M. Wenley, The American Journal of Theology, vol. 2, no. 2, 1898, pp. 478–479, JSTOR

The Epistle to the Hebrews, the First Apology for Christianity, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1899

The stoics, 1899

The moral order of the world in ancient and modern thought, New York, C. Scribner’s Sons, 1899

The Humiliation of Christ in its Physical Ethical and Official Aspects, The Cunningham Lectures, New York, A.C Armstrong, 1901

The Synoptic Gospels, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1901

The Kingdom of God, 6th Edition, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1904

St. Paul’s Conception of Christianity, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1907

 

Publications – about him:

Obituary notice on this web-site: Alexander B. Bruce

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 30/10/1899, Professor of Apologetics and New Testament Exegesis, F.C. College, Glasgow, d. 07/08/1899 at Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/167; and Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/123; 24/1/1900, Eik, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/169

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Bruce or Walker, Jane Hunter, 24/8/1900, 32 Hamilton Park Terrace, Glasgow, widow, d. 07/05/1900 at Tyndrum, intestate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/171

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Michael Jinkins, Bruce, Alexander Balmain (1831–1899), Free Church of Scotland minister and theologian

Professor Alexander Balmain Bruce. An Appreciation, by John E. McFadyen, The Biblical World, Volume 15

To the Reverend Alexander Balmain Bruce by Saturnino Ribes, Salto del Uruguay 1889
Andrew Balmain Bruce in Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections, William Knight, p.203, Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903


 

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BRUCE, JOHN, D.D. (Aberdeen)

 

Publications – by him

Juvenile anecdotes, or, Authentic and interesting facts of children and youth, designed for the moral and religious instruction of the rising generation, London, F. Westley, 1823

The cure of the leper, the centurion’s servant, and Peter’s wife’s mother, a lecture from Matthew 8:1-17, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, Publisher, between 1830 and 1839

Remarks on the necessity of religious instruction, a sermon preached in St Andrew’s Church, before the incorporation of the Orphan Hospital; Edinburgh, William Blackwood, for the behoof of the hospital, 1833

A discourse, preached in the New North Church, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, William Blackwood, 1834

Lecture on the lawfulness of the Church accepting an endowment from the state, in answer to alleged scriptural objections, delivered at Edinburgh on the 11th December, 1834, being the second of a series of lectures, at the request of “The Edinburgh Young Men’s Association for Promoting the Interests of the Church of Scotland” in Lectures on the nature, lawfulness, duty and advantages of civil establishments of religion, Edinburgh, Fraser, 1835

A testimony and remonstrance regarding the moderatorship of next General Assembly, to which are added the declarations of several individuals who were present during the delivery of Dr. Lee’s evidence before His Majesty’s commissioners for religious instruction, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Company, 1837

The duty and privilege of keeping the Sabbath, Edinburgh, John Lindsay & Co., 1842

A sermon preached in St. Andrew’s Free Church, Edinburgh, November 24, 1844, being the Sabbath succeeding the funeral of John Abercrombie, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1845

A sermon preached in Morningside Free Church, June 6, 1847, being the Sabbath immediately after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, London, John Johnstone, 1847

The biography of Samson,
illustrated and applied, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1854

Sermons, Edinburgh, 1882

Obedience urged for the redeemer’s sake, a discourse

The duty of glorifying God, a sermon, Glasgow, W.R. M’Phun

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.2, p.177, The Duty of Glorifying God; Vol.4, p.141, The Cure of the Leper, the Centurion’s Servant, and Peter’s Wife’s Mother

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.200, Discourse, Matthew 7:24-27; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.25, Obedience Urged for the Redeemer’s Sake; p.713, On Preparation for the Christian Passover
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Bruce

Disruption Worthies on this website: Bruce, John

Records of Edinburgh, Stockbridge Free Church, contains a letter, (1868), from the Rev. John Bruce, protesting at the idea of calling the church after him, NRS CH3/702/12

John Bruce in Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections, William Knight, p.95, Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903

Address by the elders and deacons, to the congregation of the Free St Andrews Church, Edinburgh, under the ministry of the Rev. John Bruce, Edinburgh, Balfour and Jack, 1844?In memoriam. The Rev. John Bruce, D.D., St. Andrew’s Free Church, Edinburgh., Edinburgh, 1881

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 4/11/1880, D.D., Minister, Free St Andrew’s Church, residing at 24 Saxe Coburg Place, Edinburgh, d. 04/08/1880 at Humbie, near Kirkliston, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/203; and Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/186


 

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BRYDON, ROBERT, D.D. (United States)

 

Publications – by him

Remarks on pestilence as a divine judgment, and On the moral condition of its removal, to which are added Spiritual mourning for national sins, and The duty of regarding God’s voice, two sermons relating to the same subject, Dumfries, 1833

New Statistical Account, October, 1835, Dunscore, Vol.4, Dumfries, p.336

? Coming to Christ, or, the doctrine of man’s moral inability to believe as taught by our Saviour, Galt, J. Young, ca. 1840

The revival of spiritual Christianity the great means of healing carnal divisions, and promoting holy union among the churches of Christ, a sermon preached at the opening of the Provincial Synod of Dumfries, Edinburgh, 1840

The practical bearings of the doctrine of Christ’s headship over the Church, with reference to the great church controversy, Dumfries, D. Halliday, 1844

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sabbath travel, 7th May, 1845, NRS GD112/51/191; Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth grant, 24th April, 1845 NRS GD112/51/183; 11th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/209

The path of the just, exhibited in the character of the Rev. Henry Duncan, D.D., late minister of the Free Church at Ruthwell, in a sermon preached on the occasion of his lamented death, Dumfries, J.G. Montgomery, 1846

Particular election and effectual atonement, the true doctrines of God’s word, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1847

Dying in Faith: A Sermon preached after the death of Rev. George Hastie, Dumfries, 1856

The monthly discourse, or, Preachings from the press, in 12 parts, Edinburgh, 1857

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.4, p.367, The Moral Tendency of the Doctrines of Grace

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.481, The fall of the leaf, Isaiah 64:6

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.289, On the Moral End of Miracles; p.488, The Double Vail Removed; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.97, On the supposed connection betwixt the war in Syria, and the restoration of the Jews
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 18/11/1861, Minister at Dunscore, Dumfries Sheriff Court, NRS SC15/41/12

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Bryden alias Mackenzie, Matilda, Mrs., 24/11/1864, Widow of Rev. Robert Brydon Minister at Dunscore, Dumfries Sheriff Court, NRS SC15/41/12


 

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BUCHANAN, JAMES, D.D. (Princeton), LL.D. (Glasgow)

 

Publications – by him

A letter to Thomas Erskine, Esq. advocate, containing remarks on his late work, entitled “The unconditional freeness of the Gospel”, Edinburgh, John Lindsay & Co., 1828

Lectures on the nature, lawfulness, duty and advantages of civil establishments of religion, with others, Edinburgh, Fraser, 1835

Christ’s kingdom in its relation to the civil power, and The Christian ministry in its missionary functions, two sermons, Edinburgh, 1835

The temple of God, a sermon preached at the opening of Newhaven Church, 30th October, 1836, Edinburgh, W. Whyte & Co., J. Lindsay & Co., 1836

Comfort in affliction, a series of meditations, Edinburgh, 1837

The scriptural argument for non-intrusion considered, with reference to letters by Dr. Muir and Mr. Tait, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1840

The excellency of Christian knowledge, a sermon preached at a meeting of the Presbytery of Edinburgh, held on Tuesday the 30th November, in St Andrew’s Church, on the occasion of the departure of the Rev. Thomas Liddell, D.D., as principal of Queen’s College, Canada, Edinburgh, 1841

Substance of speech delivered at the formation of the Leith Church Defence Association, Edinburgh, 1842

An address to the Christian people of Scotland, issued by appointment of the convocation of ministers, held at Edinburgh, November 1842, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842?

On the “Tracts for the times”, Edinburgh, 1843

A warning against Popery, being the substance of a discourse delivered in Free St. Stephen’s, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1845
Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, 15th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/175

Incidents illustrative of the progress of the foreign missions of the Free Church, No. I. Calcutta, Edinburgh, 1847

A tribute to the memory of Dr. Chalmers, being the substance of a lecture delivered at the commencement of the present session in the New College, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1848

The office and work of the Holy Spirit, New York, Robert Carter, 1847

A letter to the office-bearers and members of the Free Church of Scotland, on the college question,
Edinburgh and London, Johnstone & Hunter, 1849

Proposal for the foundation and formation of libraries in the manses of the Free Church of Scotland, Cunningham, William (D.D); Buchanan, James, Edinburgh and London, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

Comfort in affliction, a series of meditations, Johnstone and Hunter, Edinburgh, 1851

Faith in God and modern Atheism compared, in their essential nature, theoretic grounds, and practical influence, Edinburgh, James Buchanan, 1855

Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, various, Edinburgh?, 1855?

Faith in God and modern Atheism compared, in their essential nature, theoretic grounds, and practical influence, in two volumes, Vol.1, Edinburgh, J. Buchanan, 1856

Modern atheism under its forms of pantheism, materialism, secularism, development, and natural laws, Boston, Gould & Lincoln, 1857

The uses of creeds and confessions of faith, by William Dunlop, edited by James Buchanan, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, 1857

The “Essays and reviews” examined, with preface, introduction, and appendix, containing notes and documents, T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1861

Sermon, preached in the Free High Church, Edinburgh, on the occasion of the death of the very Rev. William Cunningham, D.D., Principal of the New College, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co., 1862

The works of William Cunningham, D.D., edited by Buchanan, James; Bannerman, James, Edinburgh, 1862-1863

The Reformers and the theology of the Reformation, by William Cunningham, edited by his literary executors (James Buchanan and James Bannerman)

Discussions on Church principles, Popish, Erastian, and Presbyterian, by William Cunningham, edited by his literary executors, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1863

Analogy considered as a guide to truth, and applied as an aid to faith, Edinburgh, 1864

The doctrine of justification, an outline of its history in the church, and of its exposition from scripture, with special reference to recent attacks on the theology of the reformation. The second series of the “Cunningham lectures”, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1867

Substance of a speech on the union question, with some corrections and additions, Edinburgh, 1868

Union on the basis of the standards, explained and vindicated by Drs Adam and Buchanan, in the opening and closing speeches of the debate of 30th March and 4th April 1870, in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1870
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The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.170, The Love of Christ

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.489, The excellency of Christian knowledge, Philippians 3:8

Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.17, The Division of Mankind into Families; p.120, Luke 7:47; Vol.2, p.177, Providence Proved by Experience; p.249, The earth viewed as the scene of the peculiar manifestation of the divine glory; p. 285, Pre-Communion Address; 2nd series, Vol.1, An Address founded on the Epistles to the Seven Churches of Asia, pp. 465 and 481; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.1, The New Commandment
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Buchanan

Disruption Worthies on this website: Buchanan, James

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.7, William Garden Blaikie, Buchanan, James

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Michael Jinkins, Buchanan, James (1804–1870), Free Church of Scotland minister and theologian

Remarks on a pamphlet by the Rev. James Buchanan of North Leith, on the Scriptural argument for non-intrusion, with a view of the Scriptural warrant for the authority of the pastors of the Church over the Christian people, in regard to the settlement of ministers, by Adam Duncan Tait, Kirkliston

A letter to the office-bearers and members of the Free Church of Scotland in reference to Dr. James Buchanan’s letter on the college question, by Francis Edmond, advocate, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Johnston & Hunter, 1850

A second letter to the office-bearers and members of the Free Church of Scotland in answer to Dr. James Buchanan’s second letter and relative certificate on the college question, by Francis Edmond, advocate, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Johnston & Hunter, 1850

Extension of Divinity Halls, a letter addressed to Free Churchmen, and especially to the Free Churchmen of Glasgow, with a reply to the pamphlets of the Rev. Dr. Candlish and Rev. James Buchanan, by James Gibson, Glasgow, Blackie and son, 1850

Christ, Caesar and Paul, being a few thoughts on the Cardross case, in reply to Dr. Buchanan’s appeal to non-endowed churches, Voluntary Free Churchman, Edinburgh, 1861

The difficulties of the union question, a letter addressed to James Buchanan, James Harper (1795-1879), Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1868

Joy out of sorrow, and, Life out of death, sermons preached on the occasion of the death of the Rev. James Buchanan, D.D., LL.D. , by Robert Rainy and Alex. McKenzie, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 5/10/1870, Doctor of Divinity, Emeritus Professor of Theology at New College of Edinburgh, residing at No.51 Lauriston Place, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/150

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Buchanan or Morison, Mary, 28/10/1887, of Hetland, County of Dumfries, and of 51 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. James Buchanan, D.D., Emeritus Professor of Divinity, New College, Edinburgh, d. 25/08/1887 at Morison House, Hetland, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/261; and Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/227


 

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BUCHANAN, ROBERT, D.D. (Glasgow)

 

Publications – by him

The Scottish Protestant. being a series of papers relative to the “Agitation” of the Roman Catholic claims at Edinburgh in March 1829, with several important documents illustrative of the question, Edinburgh, R. Buchanan, 1829

Speech of the Rev. R. Buchanan of the Tron Church, Glasgow, delivered at a public meeting of the friends of the Church of Scotland, on Friday, 8th May, 1835, Glasgow, W. Collins & Co., 1835?

Reply to an attack on the General Assembly’s church accommodation circular, Glasgow, W. Collins & Co., 1835

Lectures on the church establishment controversy, and subjects connected with it, delivered in Glasgow, Glasgow, 1835

On the Nature and importance of the question at issue, Glasgow, William Collins, 1835

Popery makes a god of the priest, and slaves of the people, in Lectures on popery, Glasgow, William Collins, 1836

Speech of the Rev. Robert Buchanan on the independence of the Church, delivered in the General Assembly, on the 23rd May, 1838, Glasgow, William Collins, 1838

God to be obeyed rather than men, a discourse addressed to his own people on Sabbath t 9th June, 1839, Glasgow, William Collins, 1839

The Presbyteries of the Church of Scotland threatened with imprisonment in the discharge of their official duty, in an address from the Lord President of the court of session, with an answer to the same, in two letters to his Lordship, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1839

A word in the East Neuk, Scotland, between 1840 and 1849?

Report of speeches, delivered by Dr. Gordon, Dr. Chalmers, Dr. MacFarlan, Dr. Brewster, Dr. Buchanan, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Candlish at meetings held in Edinburgh, August 25, 1841, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Socinian bill; Lord Advocate’s bill for division of parishes in Scotland, 20 April, 1844, NRS GD112/51/168; Against Maynooth endowment bill, 9 April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/171; Sites, 13th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/211

The Scots worthies, originally compiled by John Howie of Lochgoin, edited by Robert Buchanan, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1847

Sustentation Fund, special circular, Edinburgh, 1847

Circular letter on Sustentation Fund, written in the hand of Robert Buchanan, Free Church of Scotland, Sustentation Fund Committee, Edinburgh, 1848

Speeches on the Sustentation Fund, delivered at the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1848

Extract minute of Sustentation Fund Committee, Edinburgh, 1848

Circular letter and tract entitled, Earnest appeal in behalf of the Sustentation Fund, Edinburgh, 1849

To the members and adherents of the Free Church of Scotland, Free Church of Scotland, Sustentation Fund Committee, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents: October 3, 1850, Glasgow: Letter from Robert Buchanan to Breadalbane. Asks recipient to be present at impending taking over the buildings of the New College, Edinburgh, NRS GD112/51/227

The schoolmaster in the Wynds, or, How to educate the masses, a lecture delivered in the Merchants’ Hall, Glasgow, Jan. 30, 1850, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1850

Considerations, explanatory and recommendations, Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland to be transmitted to the members of presbyteries, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

To the members and adherents of the Free Church at Stoer, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, between 1850 and 1859?

The spiritual destitution of the masses in Glasgow, its alarming increase, its fearful amount, and the only effectual cure , Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1851

Speeches of the Rev. Dr. Buchanan, Rev. A. Gray, and Anderson Kirkwood, Esq., delivered in the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on the spiritual destitution of the masses in Glasgow, with the decision of the Assembly thereon, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1851

The present aspects of popery: the late papal aggression, and Cardinal Wiseman’s appeal, a lecture delivered in Hope Street Gaelic Free Church on Monday, January 27, 1851, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1851

The ten years’ conflict, being the history of the Disruption of the Church of Scotland, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1852: Vol.1; Vol.2

Report of the Sustentation Committee on the returns made by presbyteries relative to the proposed scheme for the distribution of the fund, and deliverance of the Commission of Assembly thereon, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1852

Circular advising ministers and elders of two meetings regarding the Free Church and the state of religion to be held on 1st and 2nd March 1853, Edinburgh, 1853

Free Church of Scotland: Sustentation Fund, to the members and adherents of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh? , 1853?

Statement relative to the plan for the better and more equitable management and distribution of the Sustentation Fund of the Free Church of Scotland, with proposals submitted to the General Assembly of 1853, together with deliverances of the General Assembly thereon, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1853

The waste places of our great cities, or, The voice of God in the Cholera, with remarks on the recent letter upon that subject of the Right Hon. Lord Palmerston, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1853

The purpose of God illustrated by the providence of God, viewed especially in its bearings on the duty and responsibility of this Kingdom and of the Free Church of Scotland, being a discourse preached before the Free Church General Assembly on the 22nd May 1853, Glasgow, Blackie & Son, 1853

Communications to the members and friends of the Free Church of Scotland on the principles of the Church, No. IV, July 1854, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1854

The Scotch Education Bill: the Rev. Dr. Muir and Mr. J.C. Colquhoun, Glasgow, W.G. Blackie and Co., 1854

Dr Buchanan’s overture anent the Sustentation Fund, Glasgow, 1855

Letter to the Rev. Dr. Buchanan, convener of the Finance Committee of the Free Church, Aliquis, Edinburgh, Paton and Ritchie, 1856?

The Book of Ecclesiastes: Its Meaning and Lessons, London, Blackie and Son, 1859

The church of scripture, and the church of the disruption, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1859

Notes of a clerical furlough, spent chiefly in the Holy Land, with a sketch of the voyage out in the yacht “St. Ursula”, Edinburgh, Blackie and Son, 1859

Cardross case: report to the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Wednesday, 10th August 1859, with speech of Rev. Dr Buchanan, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1859

Christ and Caesar, or, The Cardross Case viewed in the light of God’s Word, a discourse preached in the Free Church College, Glasgow, on Sabbath, 18th November, 1860, Glasgow, W. G. Blackie and Co., 1860?

Jerusalem in 1860, a series of photographic views, taken by J. Cramb, with descriptive letterpress by the Rev. Robert Buchanan, Glasgow, William Collins, 1860.

Circular letter from ministers of the churches in Scotland condemning slavery as a crime, with others, Edinburgh, Nelson & Sons, 1863

The Sustentation Fund of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, T. Nelson and Sons, 1864

Report of the Committee on Union, May, 1864, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1864

Support of the Christian ministry, an address delivered in the Free Church General Assembly on the origin, objects, and progress of the Sustentation Fund, Edinburgh, T. Nelson, 1864

Report of the Committee of the Free Church of Scotland on union with other churches, May, 1866, Edinburgh?, 1866

The present state of the union question, being the speech on that subject delivered in the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on the 30th May 1866, Edinburgh, Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1866

Report of the Committee of the Free Church of Scotland on union with other churches, May, 1867, Edinburgh, 1867

Statement and appeal regarding the scheme proposed for increasing the Sustentation Fund, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, Andrew Elliot, 1867

Present state of the union negotiations, the fifth year’s report explained, and the whole question examined in an address to the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1868

The Rev. Dr. Robert Buchanan’s novel opinions regarding the principle of establishments. with remarks on Mr. Coleridge’s views on the same subject, Glasgow, George Gallie. 1868

Report of the Committee of the Free Church of Scotland on Union with other churches, May 1868, Edinburgh, 1868

Sermons preached on the occasion of the death of the Rev. John G. Lorimer, by Robert Buchanan, Alexander Duff and Samuel Miller, to which are added the last sermons delivered by Dr. Lorimer, being those he preached on the Sabbath prior to his death, Glasgow, W.R. M’Phun & Son, 1868

The freedom of the church of Christ, viewed in connection with certain events and questions of the time, being the substance of a speech delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, on the 3rd February, 1869, Glasgow, Blackie & Son, 1869

Free Church principles since the Disruption , with special reference to some remarks made by Dr. Buchanan at a meeting of the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, on the 3d February 1869, by James Begg, Edinburgh, James Nichol … etc., 1869

Union on the basis of the standards, explained and vindicated by Drs Adam and Buchanan, in the opening and closing speeches of the debate of 30th March and 4th April 1870, in the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1870

Articles of agreement, revised and completed findings of the Joint-Committee on Union on the several heads of the programme (generally known as the “Articles of agreement”) and the Committee’s report on union laid on the table of the General Assembly of the Free Church, May 1869, Edinburgh, issued by the Elders’ Union Committee, 1870

The finance of the Free Church of Scotland: its origin, objects, methods, and results, a paper read before the Statistical Society of London, on the 15th March, 1870

Lecture on Church Establishments , Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1870

The Assembly’s question about union: what the question is, and how it should be answered, a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, on the 8th November 1870, Glasgow, David Bryce and Son, 1870

The city’s spiritual wants and the Christian Church’s duty, an address delivered at a meeting of members of the Free Church on 28th November, 1871, Glasgow, J.N. Mackinlay, 1871

Report of Joint Sub-Committee on modes of co-operation, Edinburgh?, 1871

Seanachas a thaobh a bhi’roghnachadh mhinistearan a eaglaisean eile, Edinburgh, John Greig and Son, 1872

Letter to the convener from Dr. Candlish, Free Church of Scotland, Committee on Union, Edinburgh?, 1872?

The mutual eligibility overture shewn to be in full agreement with the laws and constitution of the Free Church of Scotland, a speech delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1872

Free Church of Scotland, the members and adherents of the Free Church are respectfully requested to read and consider the following statement by the Sustentation Fund Committee, Edinburgh?, 1873?

The principles and position of the Free Church of Scotland, viewed in reference to certain legislative measures said to be in preparation in behalf of the Scotch established church , a speech delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Glasgow, on 1st April, 1874, Glasgow, W. G. Blackie and Co., 1874?

Correspondence between the Rev. Dr. Buchanan and the Rev. Dr. Duff, in reference to the principalship of New College, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, 1874?

Notes by Rev. Dr. Buchanan, with reference to recent “explanatory statement” by Rev. Dr. Duff, Scotland?, 1874?

Correspondence on the rite of ordination between the late Rev. Dr. Robert Buchanan and the late Rev. William Arnot and a member of the Free Church of Scotland, Glasgow, David Bryce & Son, 1876

Lectures on Protestantism, No. 11, The character of popery as illustrated in the history of Ireland, Glasgow, E. Khull

Narrative of the revival of religion at Kilsyth, Cambuslang, and other places, in 1742 by James Robe, with an introductory essay by Robert Bunchanan.

Papers of the Maule Family, Earls of Dalhousie, Letters (5) from Rev. Robert Buchanan, D.D., concerning Free Church business, 1850-1874, NRS GD45/14/688

He contributed to Fairbairn’s Imperial Bible Dictionary

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.1, p.616, The Faith of Abraham

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.2, p.150, The Parable of the Talents; Vol.2, p.424, The Difficulties of Declaring the whole Counsel of God; Vol.3, p.164, The Guilt and Danger of Delaying the Concerns of Eternity; Vol.3, p.191, The Parable of Dives and Lazarus

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.577, The duty of examining the signs of the times, Isaiah 21:11
Sin, death, and victory over them, 1 Cor. 15:54, in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Robert Buchanan

Disruption Worthies on this website: Buchanan, Robert

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.3, p. 582

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.7, William Garden Blaikie, Buchanan, Robert (1802-1875)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Stewart J. Brown, Buchanan, Robert (1802–1875), Free Church of Scotland minister

Idolatrous practices in India, A letter to the Rev. Robert Buchanan, Glasgow, by James Bryce, London, W. and H. Allen, 1838

Letters to Henry Home Drummond, views on the Universities (Scotland) Bill, 1836, June, 1836, NRS GD24/1/529; , about church politics and Mr Reid’s candidature for a church erected by the Glasgow Church Building Society, 2nd July, 1838, NRS GD24/1/531

The Edinburgh Annuity Tax and union, or, Dr. Robert Buchanan’s Assembly speech reviewed by David Pirret, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1845

“Mutual eligibility”. Two letters. 1. to Robert Buchanan D.D. in reply to his speech in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, November, 13, 1872. 2. to Sir Henry W. Moncrieff, D.D., Bart., in reply to his comments on the above letter in his speech in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh November, 27, 1872, by Hugh Martin, Edinburgh, 1872

Western Worthies: A Gallery of Biographical and Critical Sketches of West of Scotland Celebrities, J. Stephen Jeans, Glasgow, published at the Star Office, 187, p.134

In memoriam, Rev. Robert Buchanan D.D., Sermons preached in the Free College Church, Glasgow on Sabbath, 18th April, 1875, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1875

Robert Buchanan, D.D., an ecclesiastical biography, by Norman L. Walker, London, Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1877

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 10/5/1875, minister of the Free College Church, Glasgow, residing at 2 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, spouse of Elizabeth Stodart or Buchanan, Inventory. Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/76; and Trust Disposition and Settlement, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/68

Court of Session: James G. Reid: Suspension: Respondent: Alexander Buchanan & Others (Rev. Robert Buchanan, D.D’s. Trustees), 1882, NRS CS275/44/56

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BURNS, GEORGE, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

A view of the principles and forms of the Church of Scotland, as by law established, addressed to the Presbyterian congregation of St John, New Brunswick, St John, N.B., printed by Henry Chubb, 1817

Letter addressed to the Rev. James Milne, A.M., in consequence of his remarks on Dr. Burns’s view of the principles and forms of the Church of Scotland, as by law established, St John, N.B., printed by Henry Chubb, 1818

A sermon delivered at St John, on 1st January, 1819, when a collection was made for the benefit of the poor St John, N.B., printed at the Star Office, by W. Reynolds, and Co. , 1819

A sermon preached at Saint John, before the St John’s and Union Lodges of Free and Accepted Ancient Masons, on the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist, 1819, when a collection was made for the poor of the parish in general, St John, N.B., printed by Henry Chubb, 1820

Lectures and sermons, delivered in the Scots Church of St John, on several ordinary occasions, St John, N.B., printed by William Reynolds and Co., 1820

Prayers adapted for public worship: the domestic altar, Sunday Schools, and the chamber of sickness and death, to which are added, prayers for the use of young persons, and graces before and after meals, St John, N.B., printed by Cameron and Seeds, at the Office of the Weekly Observer, 1829

The national church a national treasure; or, The excellencies of the Scottish Ecclesiastical establishment delineated, being the substance of a sermon delivered in the High Church of Edinburgh, on the 11th November, 1834, at the opening of the Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale, with an appendix in which the religious state of America is particularly brought forward as the result of personal observation, Edinburgh, J. Thomson for W. Whyte & Co., 1835

Prayers for the closet and the family, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1862

The Jewish law: how far superseded by the Gospel, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, and Co., 1865

The late Rev. Patrick Clason, D.D., with others, Edinburgh, T. Nelson and Sons, 1867?

Papers of and concerning the Horsburgh family.

Active goodness recommended and enforced

New Statistical Account, April, 1834, Tweedsmuir, Vol.3, Peebles, p.56

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.264, God is Witness; p.641, A View of the Character of Christ; p.689, The Scottish Emigrant; Vol.2, p.785, Christian Biography; Vol.3, p.365, Colonial sketches. New Brunswick; Vol.3, p.425, The prospects and hopes of the true Christian; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.81, The Early Settlers in New Brunswick; p.116, On Prayer; p.243, A Call to Gratitude; p.625, Farm Servants in Agricultural Districts; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.49, Jacob’s Death-Bed; p. 670, Barzillai’s History; p.773, Zaccheus the Chief Publican; p.802, Hints for the Benefit of Town Servants; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.78, The Case of Hazael; p.424, The Duties of Believers as Disciples of Christ
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: George Burns

Copy Bond and Disposition in Security by Rev Dr George Burns to Managers for Free St Mary’s church and school, Meggat, 1849, NRS CH3/1573/22

Court of Session: Reverent George Burns v John R Burns, 1841, NRS CS311/100


 

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BURNS, ISLAY, D.D. (Aberdeen)

 

Publications – by him

Besides those mentioned by Ewing:

He contributed to: A Course of Twelve Lectures to Young Men

The Sanctity of Home, W. P. Kennedy, Edinburgh, 1853

Praxis primaria; progressive exercises in the writing of Latin, London, 1870

A plea for junior scholarships and bursaries in the University of Glasgow, Blackie, Glasgow, 1871?

Select remains of Islay Burns, edited by Rev. James C. Burns, with memoir by Rev. W. G. Blaikie

The sanctity of home , Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1853

The Pastor of Kilsyth, or, Memorials of the life and times of Rev William Hamilton Burns, London, T. Nelson, 1860

The History of the Church of Christ, with a Special View to the Delineation of Christian Faith and Life (from A.D. 1 to A.D. 313), London, T. Nelson, 1862

Catholicism and Sectarianism Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1864

Memoir of William Chalmers Burns, London, James Nesbit, 1870

Praxis primaria: progressive exercises in the writing of Latin, London, Blackie, 1871

The church’s hope and the church’s dangers, with special reference to recent discussions, being the substance of a sermon preached in St. Peter’s Church, Dundee, on Sabbath, 10th May, 1846, Dundee, William Middleton, 1846

Christianity and scepticism, London?, Hamilton, Adams, and Co.?, 1865

Report of the proceedings of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on receiving and adopting the report on home missions, on Tuesday, 29th May, 1866, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1866

Justification by faith alone, Dundee, W. Middleton, between 1840 and 1849?

Self-sacrifice, a plea on scriptural grounds for the temperance movement, Dundee, William Middleton, 1850

A plea for junior scholarships and bursaries in the University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Blackie, 1871?

The Christian home, or, Notes on the hundred and first Psalm, by the late D. B. Mellis, minister of the Free Church, Tealing, with preface by Rev. Islay Burns, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1872

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.129, Glimpses and foretastes of Canaan
 

Publications: – about him

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.7, William Garden Blaikie, Burns, Islay

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchell, Burns, Islay (1817–1872), Free Church of Scotland minister

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 19/6/1872, professor of Free Church College, Glasgow, died at Hillhead, Glasgow, spouse of Catherine Sarah Brown, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/68; and Last Will and Testament, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/61

Dundee, St Peter’s Free Church, Miscellaneous papers, photograph of Islay Burns, c.1850, NRS CH3/338/73


 

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BURNS, JAMES CHALMERS, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

The final conflagration, preached at the Scots’ Church, London Wall on 7th November, 1841, on occasion of the destruction of the armoury in the Tower of London by fire [From vol. XL of “The pulpit”], London, 1841

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth bill, 23rd April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/182

Memorial of the late James Maitland Hog, Esq. of Newliston, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1858

How the spirit of God may be quenched, a sermon, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter and Co., 1859

Christ’s sovereignty, a cause of joy to his people, a sermon preached in the Scots’ Church, London Wall, the 12th of March, 1843, on occasion of the decision of Parliament on the Scotch Church question, London, Printed by Johnston and Barrett, 1843

Address to Gaelic students of divinity, teachers of schools in the remote Highlands and Islands, delivered in Edinburgh, March 21, 1866, Edinburgh, T. Constable, 1866?

Three hundred & nineteenth General Assembly, being opening and closing addresses in the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Maclaren & Son, 1879

Select remains of Islay Burns, D.D., of the Free Church College, Glasgow, edited by James C. Burns, with a memoir by W.G. Blaikie, London, James Nisbet, 1874

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.13, The epistle of Christ

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.633, Analogy between the Death of Man and the Sacrifice of Christ; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.489, Christian and Ecclesiastical Unity
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James C. Burns

Records of Dr Guthrie’s Schools, Edinburgh, Photographs of Burns, his wife, and others, NRS GD425/291


 

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BURNS, JAMES DRUMMOND, M.A.

 

Publications – by him

He was a noted poet.

The Vision of Prophecy and Other Poems, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas

The Climax; Or, No Condemnation and No Separation, a sermon, London: George Hunt

Memoir and Remains of the Rev. James D. Burns, M.A., by James Hamilton, London, James Nisbet & Co , 1869

The evening hymn, London, T. Nelson and Sons. 1857

The Heavenly Jerusalem, Or, Glimpses Within the Gates, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1866

Three sermons preached in Trinity Presbyterian Church, Hampstead, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1864

Charge delivered at the ordination of the Rev. William S. Swanson as a missionary to China from the Presbyterian Church in England, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1859

 

Publications – about him

Reminiscences of the late Rev. James D. Burns, from the ‘Weekly Review,’ etc., 1864

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.7, Alexander Gordon, Burns, James Drummond

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Burns, James Drummond (1823–1864), Free Church of Scotland minister and poet

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Drummond Burns


 

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BURNS, ROBERT, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

Records of The Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, Sermon preached at anniversary meeting, 3rd June, 1830, NRS GD95/13/113

The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the Restoration to the Revolution, by Robert Wodrow, edited with memoir and notes by Robert Burns, 1835

Letters and dialogues, between Theron, Paulinus, and Aspasio, on the nature of love to God, faith in Christ, and assurance of salvation, with an introductory essay, by Robert Burns

Three letters to a friend on the moral bearings of the Bible Society controversy, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1827

Plurality of offices in the Church of Scotland examined, with a particular reference to the case of Principal McFarlane of the University of Glasgow, Glasgow, printed for Chalmers and Collins, 1824

The religious establishment of Scotland vindicated, in a sermon, preached at Irvine, on Tuesday, October 12, 1830, before the Synod of Glasgow and Ayr

Christian patriotism in times of public distress, a lecture delivered in the Middle Parish Church of Greenock, Feb. 4, 1842, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1842

Jehovah the guardian of his own word, a sermon preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge on Thursday, 3rd June, 1830, Edinburgh, printed for the Society, and sold by Waugh and Innes, 1829

The Gairloch heresy tried, in a letter to the Rev. John M. Campbell, of Row, and a sermon preached at Helensburgh and at Port-Glasgow, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1830

Speech delivered in the Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, on the 14th of April, 1825, on the subject of the Roman Catholic claims, Glasgow, Wardlaw & Cunninghame, 1825

A lecture on the use of the Episcopal liturgy by Presbyterian churches, delivered in the High Church of Paisley, on the evening of Friday, Dec. 4, 1840, Paisley, Alex Gardner, 1840

Truth and Love versus Prelacy and the Prayer-Book, being a reply to Rev. W.M. Wade’s pamphlet, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1840

A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers of Glasgow, on the distinctive characters of the Protestant and Roman Catholic religions, occasioned by the publication of his sermon for the benefit of the Hibernian Society, Paisley, Stephen Young

Farewell sermon preached in St. George’s Free Church, Paisley, on the afternoon of Sabbath, 23rd March, 1845, Toronto?, 1845?

Restrictive laws on food and trade tried by the test of Christianity, a lecture delivered in Glasgow on 6th December, Glasgow Young Men’s Free Trade Association, 1843

A voice from the scaffold, or, A solemn address on the execution of John Craig and James Brown, at Paisley, on Thursday, 29th October, 1829, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1829

The Jewish Society of New York, arraigned at the bar of public opinion, Toronto, C. Fletcher, 1853

Illustrations of the divine government, particularly in reference to late events, a sermon, preached in the Low Church of Paisley, on Thursday, 2nd December, 1813

New Statistical Account, February, 1837, Paisley, Vol.7, Renfrew, p.135

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.29, The Spiritual Temple of Jehovah; Vol.1, p.416, The Character of Herod Antipas; Vol.2, p.385, Love to Chnst; Vol.4, p.325, Conformity to the Death of Christ; Vol.5, p.43, The History and Character of Pontius Pilate; Vol.5, p.169, The Duties of Young Men in the present Crisis of the Church. For his contributions to the Edinburgh Encyclopedia see Vol.1, p.x

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.296, Discourse, Nehemiah 13:14; Vol.2, p.780, Colonial Sketches; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.520, The Character of Abraham; p.793, The Spiritual State of the Unregenerated contrasted with that of the Regenerate Man; 2nd series, Vol.2, p. 520, The Church Of Scotland, Missionary Church; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.120, The Portraiture of an Aged Christian; The Character of Daniel. pp.809 and 822
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Robert Burns

Disruption Worthies on this website: Burns, Robert

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.7, William Garden Blaikie, Burns, Robert (1789-1869)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Rosemary Mitchel, Burns, Robert (1789–1869), Canada Presbyterian church minister

The life and times of the Rev. Robert Burns, D.D., F.A.S., F.R.S.E., Toronto, James Campbell & son, 1872

The good fight, a sermon preached in the Presbyterian Church, Gould St., Toronto, on August 22nd, 1869 on occasion of the death of the Rev. Robert Burns, Toronto, Adam, Stevenson, 1869

A review of the Supplement to the first annual report of the society for promoting the religious interests of Scottish settlers in British North America in a series of letters to the Rev. Robert Burns, Glasgow?, 1828

Universal redemption, a truth according to the scriptures, defended from the misrepresentations and calumnies contained in a late pamphlet entitled ‘The Gairloch heresy tried’ in a letter addressed to the Rev. Robert Burns, author of the aforesaid pamphlet, Glasgow, Collins, Ogle and Gallie, 1830

Testimonials in favour of the Rev. Robert Burns, Minister of St. George’s Church, Paisley, as one of the candidates for the vacant Chair of Moral Philosophy in the University of St. Andrews, Edinburgh?, 1823

Thoughts on the salvation of infants, occasioned by some passages in the memoir of the late Isabella Campbell of Fernicarry, Roseneath, in a letter to the Rev. Robert Burns, by John Thomson, Glasgow, James Hedderwick and son, 1830

Letter to the Rev. Robert Burns and the Rev. William Hamilton, occasioned by their late publications entitled ‘The Gairloch heresy tried,’ and ‘Remarks on certain opinions … respecting universal redemption,’ by a lay member of the Church of Scotland, [i.e. Thomas Carlyle], Greenock, 1830

An appeal to the members of the Church of Scotland, against the groundless charge of the Rev. Robert Burns, that voluntaryism tends to atheism, or is the atheist’s ally, Paisley, 1836

A mistake corrected; or, Things according to their character and tendencies: in a letter to the Rev. Robert Burns, Paisley, 1836

Scripture precedent for a state church, shewn in a second letter to the Rev. Robert Burns, Paisley, 1836

Plea for a state church considered, in a third letter to the Rev. Robert Burns, Paisley, 1836

The truth with boldness, being strictures on two lectures on Prelacy, by the Rev. Robert Burns, by David Aitchison, Glasgow, Thomas Murray, 1841

A letter addressed to the ministers and elders of the Synod of Canada on the present duty of the Presbyterian Church, Montreal?, 1844

 

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BURNS, WILLIAM HAMILTON, D.D.

 

Publications – by him

Moravian missions illustrated and defended, in a sermon preached in Trinity Chapel, Aberdeen, on 11th April, 1814, Aberdeen, 1814

A letter on the Sabbath, presented to each head of a family in the town and parish of Kilsyth, 1st May, 1832, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1832

Revival at Kilsyth, statement by the Rev. Mr. Burns, Glasgow, Robert Munsie, 1839

Free church Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Wortley’s marriage affinity bill, 18th July, 1850, NRS GD112/51/222

A letter to heads of families, addressed specially to the people of Kilsyth, Glasgow, William Collins, 1855

Essay and address on family worship, London, James Nisbet, 1858

The Pastor of Kilsyth, or, Memorials of the life and times of Rev William Hamilton Burns, by Islay Burns, London, T. Nelson, 1860

Image: Rev. Mr. William Hamilton Burns, photograph, by Hill & Adamson; Photographs; provided by ARTstor

New Statistical Account, April, 1841, Kilsyth, Vol.8, Stirling, p.138

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.414, On the Love of our Neighbour; Vol.5, p.301, Evils of Partaking in Others Sins

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.2, p.153, The Causes and Cure of a Wounded Spirit; Vol.2, p.521, The Danger of Trusting to the Future; Vol.3, p.305, A pastoral letter to heads of families, on family worship; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.676, Revival at Kilsyth; p.689, Account of the Communion at Kilsyth, September 22, 1839

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.30, The obligation on Christians to depart from iniquity

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption in Footnotes: 13; 64; 108; 135; 160; 182; 205; 380; 527; 603; 615; 642; 739; 755 and 795. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: William Burns

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 4/8/1859, Dr, minister of Free Church Congregation at Kilsyth, spouse of Elizabeth Chalmers Burns, Inventory; Disposition and Trust Deed of Settlement with Codicils, Stirling Sheriff Court, NRS SC67/36/41

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Burns or Chalmers, Elizabeth, 5/2/1880, Coupar-Angus, County of Perth, widow of Rev. William Burns, D.D., Minister, Free Church, Kilsyth, d. 20/06/1879 at Coupar-Angus, testate, Perth Sheriff Court, NRS SC49/31/111; 23/3/1880, Additional Inventory, Perth Sheriff Court, NRS SC49/31/111

Burning and shining lights; or, Memoirs of eminent ministers, Robert Steel, T. Nelson and Sons, London, 1864: The Rev Dr Burns

For photo by Hill and Adamson see here

 

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CAIRNS, ADAM

 

Publications – by him

A discourse on the judgments of God and the refuge of his people, addressed to the congregation of the established church in Cupar, Cupar, G.S. Tullis, 1838

Some objections to universal atonement stated, and the current objections to a particular and efficacious atonement considered: in two discourses, Cupar, Printed and published at the Fife Sentinel Office, 1844

Lectures upon the principal prophecies of the Revelation, with Alexander McLeod, Glasgow, J. Keith, 1844

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, 10 April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/172; 25th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/184

On the origin and obligation of the Sabbath, Dundee, 1847

Sermons on the Sabbath, with Angus Macgillivray, Dundee, 1847

The Second Woe; a Popular Exposition of the Tenth and Eleventh Chapters of Revelation, showing that the Theory of the Rev. Mr. Elliott, and the Author of the “Seventh Vial,” as to the Death and Resurrection of the Witnesses, is Inconsistent Both with Prophetic Scripture and Profane History, Edinburgh, .Iohnstone & Hunter, 1852

Two discourses, preached at the opening of the Free Church, Eastern Hill, on the 20th November, 1853, Melbourne, Donald Urquhart, 1853?

The Jews: Their Fall and Restoration, two discourses, Melbourne J. J. Blundell & Company, 1854

Historic sketches of Gibraltar & its neighbourhood, a lecture, Melbourne, printed and published by Hugh McColl, at the “Banner” office for the John Knox Young Men’s Association, 1854

England’s Policy and Prospects in connection with the Eastern War, a discourse, Melbourne, Hugh McColl, 1854

Mutual Relations and Duties, Church & State,, Melbourne, Wilson, Mackinnon & Fairfax, 1856

a href=”https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=3kFcAAAAcAAJ&hl=en_GB&pg=GBS.PP5″>The Inauguration of the Political Independence of Victoria, a Lecture, Melbourne, Wilson, Mackinnon and Fairfax, 1856

New Year’s Sermon, with remarks suggested by the decease of Sir Charles Hotham, Melbourne, Wilson, Mackinnon & Fairfax, 1856

Church and State, a lecture, Melbourne, Wilson, Mackinnon & Fairfax, 1856

State Aid Question, strictures on the pamphlets of Dr. Cairns, “Church and State” and T. T. A’Beckett, “A Defence of State Aid to Religion”, by a Scotch Catholic, James Caple, 1856

The Dangers and Duties of the Young Men of Victoria, lecture delivered before the Victoria Early Closing Association, Wilson, Makinnon & Fairfax, 1856

Sermon, Melbourne, Goodhugh and Hough, 1857

Baptism, articles in defence of infant baptism, re-published from the Messenger, Melbourne, A.J. Smith, 1863

Inaugural Address delivered at the opening of the Theological Hall of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, Melbourne, A.J. Smith, 1866

Family religion, addressed to members of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, by order of the General Assembly, Melbourne, Blundell and Ford, 1867?

Marriage with a deceased wife’s sister, a sermon addressed to Chalmers’ Church Congregation, Melbourne, George Robertson, 1873

In memoriam, Jessie Ballingall Cairns Turnbull, Melbourne?, 1875

New Statistical Account, July, 1836, Dunbog, Vol.9, Fife, p.205

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.109, The beast and the curse on the worshippers of the beast
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Cairns, Adam

The Rev. Dr. Cairns and Bishop Goold, reprinted from the Herald, Melbourne, The Herald?, 1855

Tract no. 2, setting forth the corruption of religion in the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, being a letter addressed to Rev. Adam Cairns, D.D., on soirees and bazaars by Peter Macpherson, Melbourne, Clarson, Massina & Co., 1866

“Weep not”, a funeral sermon on Luke 8:13, occasioned by the death of E.A. Cairns, by James Oswald Dykes

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 30/12/1881, late of Erin Street, Richmond, Colony of Victoria, D.D., d. 30/01/1881 at Richmond aforesaid, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/21; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/192

Portrait of Reverend Adam Cairns holding book in Chalmers Church, Melbourne, 186-?

 

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CAMERON, ANDREW

 

Publications – by him

He was editor of the Christian Treasury from its inception in 1845 till 1859 – for online issues during that period see: here.

For early volumes of the British and Foreign Evangelical Review, see here.

For some volumes of the Family Treasury, London, T. Nelson: 1861, 1864, 1867 and 1870.

Report of the proceedings at a meeting of the members of Lady Yester’s congregation, favourable to the spiritual independence of the Church of Scotland, held on the 4th and 13th April, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1843

A book for Sunday reading; issued originally as the series of fireside tracts, edited by Andrew Cameron, Glasgow, London, W. R. McPhun, [1859]

A forgotten chapter in the history of the union movement, Edinburgh, 1868

The Free Church and her accusers in the matter of American slavery, being a letter to Mr. George Thompson, regarding his recent appearances in this city

Forgotten facts of the voluntary controversy and their bearing on union, with other matters of present interest, a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Brechin, March 30, 1869, Edinburgh, A. Elliot, 1869

A warning anent the Rev. W. Nixon’s ‘Forewarning’, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1870

The scripture law of marriage, with special reference to marriage with a deceased wife’s sister, Melbourne, Mason, Firth, & McCutcheon, 1873
 

Publications – about him

For a good obituary: Southland Times, Putanga 2965, 27 Hakihea 1877, p.2

Obituary on this web-site: Andrew Cameron

The British Clergy Versus Dr. Cameron and the Dean of Melbourne [H. B. Macartney] on the Sunday Question

A forewarning of the troubles before us, from the present movement for the union of the churches, furnished by the proceedings in the Free Presbytery of Brechin (at their meeting on 5th April), in connection with Mr Nixon’s defence of himself from the attacks of the Rev. Andrew Cameron, of Maryton, Montrose?, 1870?

 

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CANDLISH, JAMES SMITH

 

Publications – by him

The witness of Christianity to Christ, an address delivered to the Young Men’s Association of the East Free Church, Aberdeen, 26th January, 1870, and published at their request, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1870?

Sermons and addresses, delivered on the occcasion of the settlement of the Rev. Henry W. Bell as Minister of the Free High Church, Aberdeen, with others, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1871?

The keys of death and Hades in Jesus’ hand, a sermon, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1871

A sermon, preached on 21st April, 1872, Aberdeen, Cornwall, 1872

Gulielmi Amesii Theologiae medullae, liber primus, republished for the use of students by James S. Candlish, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1874

The authority of Scripture independent of criticism, a plea for a calm judgement of Professor W.R. Smith’s critical views, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1877

The Christian sacraments, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1881

Welsh: Y sacramentau Cristionogol [The Christian Sacraments], translated by William Williams, Bala, 1881

John Calvin, Edinburgh, MacNiven and Wallace, 1882

John Calvin in The Evangelical succession, a course of lectures delivered in St. George’s Free Church, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace 1883

The Kingdom of God biblically and historically considered, the tenth series of the Cunningham lectures, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1884

The relations of the Presbyterian churches to the Confession of Faith, Glasgow, John N. Mackinlay, 1886

The work of the Holy Spirit, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1886?

The Christian doctrine of God, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1888?

Report of Sub-Committee (Section B) on practice as to creeds and creed subscription in the Non-Presbyterian Churches, with others, Edinburgh, 1890?

The Biblical doctrine of sin, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1893

Outline of practical Christianity, a textbook for those preparing for the Lord’s Supper, Edinburgh, 1893

The epistle of Paul to the Ephesians, with introduction and notes, Edinburgh, 1895

Elements of the Doctrine of the Atonement in the Facts of Our Lord’s Sufferings,The Biblical World, vol. 9, no. 2, 1897, pp. 87–97. JSTOR

The Christian salvation, lectures on the work of Christ, its appropriation and its issues, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1899
 

Publications – about him

Obituary Notice on this web-site: James Smith Candlish

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 27/8/1897, D.D., sometime Professor, F.C. College, Glasgow, d. 07/03/1897 at Tarbolton, intestate, Additional Inventory given up 22/09/1900, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/159; 22/9/1900, Additional Inventory, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/172

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Candlish or Simpson, Ann Elizabeth, 28/6/1904, widow of James Smith Candlish, professor at Free Church College, Glasgow, 9 Ashton Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow, d. 09/05/1904 at Glasgow, intestate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/190

Professor Smith and his apologists, a few words concerning ‘The authority of Scripture independent of criticism, by James S. Candlish, D.D.’ etc , by William Miller, Edinburgh, J. Gemmell, 1878

The uncertain theology in the colleges of the Free Church, a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, February 11th, 1880, with appendix containing additional strictures on Prof. Candlish’s published views, by Edward A. Thomson, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1880

Reviewed Work: The Christian Salvation. Lectures on the Work of Christ, Its Appropriation and Its Issues by James S. Candlish, N. S. Burton, The American Journal of Theology, vol. 5, no. 1, 1901, pp. 186–188, JSTOR

 

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CANDLISH ROBERT SMITH

 

Publications – by him

Papers of the family of Hume of Polwarth, Berwickshire, Earls of Marchmont; Robert Smith Candlish, Greenwich, Glasgow, to Sir W.P.H. Campbell, Gives a good account of his pupil, Hugh, recipient’s son, 2 letters, NRS GD158/2961

Reason insufficient without revelation, a sermon, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1834

The long suffering of God to be accounted salvation, a discourse preached in St. George’s, Edinburgh, on Sabbath evening, 9th March, 1834, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1834?

Lectures on the nature, lawfulness, duty and advantages of civil establishments of religion, with others, Edinburgh, Fraser, 1835

Lecture on the advantages the church derives from an alliance with the state, in the decent respect and reverence secured to the institutions of religion, delivered at Edinburgh on 3rd February, 1835, Edinburgh, Fraser, 1835

Remarks on the Christian principle of benevolence, a discourse, delivered in St. George’s Church, Edinburgh on 29th October, 1835, on behalf of the Society for the Relief of the Destitute Sick, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1835

Miscellaneous Papers: 4 letters from Robert S. Candlish to Mr Johnstone, Scottish Christian Herald Office, relating to publication of an article in the first number of this periodical, Edinburgh, 1836, NRS RH15/215/1

Prospectus of the second series of the Scottish Christian Herald, with others, Edinburgh?, John Johnstone?, 1838?

Report of the speeches of Dr. Gordon, Mr. Buchan of Kelloe, and Rev. R. S. Candlish, in the Commission of the General Assembly, 14th August, 1839, on the Auchterarder case, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

Remarks on the Dean of Faculty’s letter to the Lord Chancellor, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1839

Report of speeches of the Rev. Dr. Burns, Rev. Robert S. Candlish and Alexander Earle Monteith, Esq., in the General Assembly on Wednesday, 22nd May, 1839, in the Auchterarder case,, revised by the speakers, with an appendix containing reasons of adherence to the Church of Scotland and answers to various reasons of dissent from the decision of the Assembly, 1839

Reasons of dissent by Dr. Cook and others and answers thereto on the part of the Commission of the General Assembly, relative to the decision of the Commission of 14th August, 1839, on the reference from the Presbytery of Auchterarder, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

Report of the speech delivered at a meeting of the Commission of the General Assembly, 11th Dec., 1839, on the Marnoch case, Edinburgh, 1839

Series of tracts on the intrusion of ministers on reclaiming congregations, with others, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

The state of the case for the Church of Scotland, in her negociation with the government and the legislature, on the subject of the law against the intrusion of ministers, Committee on the Subject of the Intrusion of Ministers, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

Speech of the Rev. Robert S. Candlish, at the Commission of the General Assembly, August 12, 1840, on the motion for serving the suspended ministers of the Presbytery of Strathbogie with a libel, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840?

Application of principles already proved to the church, as established by civil authority, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1840

Engagement in defence of the liberties of the church and people of Scotland, August 1840, Scotland, 1840?

Papers of Clerk family of Penicuik, Midlothian: Letters relating to Lord Aberdeen’s Non-Intrusion Bill, 1840, GD18/3397

Friendly address to the dissenters of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1840

Summary of the question respecting the Church of Scotland, with special reference to the present stage of the controversy, reprinted from the Presbyterian Review, Edinburgh, 1841

Report of speeches, delivered by Dr. Gordon, Dr. Chalmers, Dr. MacFarlan, Dr. Brewster, Dr. Buchanan, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Candlish at meetings held in Edinburgh, August 25, 1841, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Report to the General Assembly by the Committee for Promoting Christianity among the Jews, Candlish Convener, Edinburgh, 1841

Second friendly address to the dissenters of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1841

A Letter to the Marquis of Normanby, with reference to the cancellation of his appointment to the chair of Biblical Criticism in the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, John Johnstone

Narrative relating to certain recent negotiations for the settlement of the Scottish Church question, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1842

Plea for the total abolition of church patronage in Scotland, respectfully addressed to Her Majesty’s government, and to the members of both Houses of Parliament, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

In the present circumstances of the church, it cannot be deemed premature …, with an explanatory letter signed by Candlish, Edinburgh, 18th March 1842, Edinburgh, 1842

On the importance of the season of youth in the formation of character in A course of lectures to young men on science, literature and religion, delivered in Glasgow by ministers of various denominations, Robert S. Candlish and others, Glasgow, William Collins, 1842

The principle of free inquiry and private judgment, and its special importance in the present times, sermon, Edinburgh, 1842

Draft proposals considered by the Central Church Defence Committee for the formation of an independent Scottish church, Edinburgh?

Notes on Rev. John Cumming’s letter to the Marquis of Cholmondeley on the present state of the Church of Scotland, London, 1843

Ninth communication to the friends of the Church of Scotland, under the authority of the Provisional Committee constituted by the united Committees of the Convocation of Ministers and General Meeting of Elders, including extract of Candlish’s speech, 30th March, 1843, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Fairly, 1843

A brief refutation of the doctrine of Erastianism, by James Fergusson, minister of Kilwinning in the year 1652 with a prefatory note by Dr. Candlish, Cupar, Fife Sentinel Office, 1843

Circular to presbyteries, Circular and accompanying letter signed Rob. S. Candlish, convener and dated Edinburgh, June 28, 1843, Edinburgh?, 1843

Speech of Dr. Candlish, as delivered at a public meeting in Brunswick Place Chapel, Newcastle, August 15, 1843, Newcastle, printed for the proprietor of the ‘English Non-intrusionist’ by T. and J. Hodgson, 1843?

The third sub-committee, or section of this committee, entrusted with the charge of the statistical or ecclesiastical arrangements, rendered necessary in the prospect of the disruption of the church, submit the following suggestions and queried, to the brethren throughout the church, … Answers to be addressed to Dr. Candlish, Provisional Committee of Ministers and Elders, 1843

The word of God, the instrument in the propagation of the Gospel, a sermon, preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge on Thursday, 11th May, 1843 , Edinburgh, Printed for the Society, William Whyte and Co., 1843

Sinclair of Ulbster Letter Books: Volume XII: Letters on Kirk negotiations, 1841-1842, Correspondence of Sir George Sinclair concerning the Church of Scotland patronage controversy, 1840-1843, NRS RH4/49/4 and NRS RH4/49/5; Volume XVI: Letters to Sir George Sinclair, 1823-1853, contains letters concerning the Free Church of Scotland written to Sir George Sinclair, NRS RH4/49/6

Thirza, or the attractive power of the cross, translated from the German, with a recommendatory notice by Robert S. Candlish, Edinburgh, 1843

Circular on the formation of a Committee on Cheap Publications and its remit, Edinburgh, 1844

Contributions towards the exposition of the book of Genesis, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1844: Vol.1 and Vol.2

Christian Union in Connection with the Propagation of the Gospel in Essays on Christian Union , London: Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1845

The cross of Christ, the call of God, saving faith, an inquiry into the completeness and extent of the atonement with special reference to the universal offer of the Gospel, and the universal obligation to believe, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1845

Eli trembling for the ark of God, a sermon, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1845

Sermon XII, the consolation of Christ adapted to the state and character of his people, Edinburgh?, Free Church of Scotland?, 1845?

Sermon, preached at the opening of the Free St. George’s Church, Lothian Road, Edinburgh on January 5, 1845, Edinburgh, T. Constable, 1845

Educational scheme of the Free Church, from the “Northern Warder” of 10th September, 1846, Dundee, M’Cosh, Park & Dewars, 1846

Interim report, signed by Candlish as Convener, Free Church of Scotland, Education Committee, Edinburgh, 1846

John Knox, his time, and his work, a discourse, delivered in the Assembly Hall of the Free Church of Scotland, on 18th May, 1846, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1846

John Knox’s monument, Edinburgh, 15th July, 1846, manuscript letter from Candlish urging ministers of the Free Church to raise subscriptions from their congregations with a view to preserving John Knox’s house as a monumen Edinburgh, 1846

Speech of the Rev. Dr. Candlish, on the sustentation of schoolmasters, Edinburgh, Printed at the “Witness” office, Miller and Fairly, 1846?

Schoolmasters’ Sustentation Fund, signed at end: Robert S. Candlish, convener, Edinburgh, 1846

Statement and appeal of the Edinburgh Bible Society, addressed to the friends of pure Bible circulation, and the religious public of Scotland, prepared by the Rev. Dr. Candlish, at the request of the Committee, Edinburgh, Andrew Jack, 1846

The orthodox doctrine regarding the extent of the Atonement vindicated, by Charles Hodge, with a recommendatory preface, by Candlish and others, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1846

Four Letters to the Rev. E.B. Elliott, on Some Passages in His Horæ Apocalypticæ, Relative to the Question of Church Establishments, and the Recent Disruption of the Church of Scotland, London, John Johnstone, 1847

To the congregation of Free St George’s, 1847?

A sermon, preached in Free St. George’s Church, Edinburgh, on 15th August, 1847, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

Extracts from the speech of Dr. Candlish, at the adjourned meeting of the Sabbath Alliance, held in the Music Hall, Nov. 24, 1847, Edinburgh, printed by Miller and Fairly, 1847

Tanfield and the Vatican, reprinted from Macphail’s Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal, Dr. Candlish’s strictures on Elliot’s Horae Apocalypticae, Edinburgh, 1847?

In the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, May 1848, Resignation by Dr Candlish of the office of Professor of Theology in the New College, 1848?

Microfilms: Breadalbane and Gavin of Langton Papers: Letter to Lord Breadalbane from Robert Candlish, trying to enlist his support for Mr McDowall, candidate for the Chair of Greek or Latin, in any of the new Irish Colleges; 28th December, 1848; Letter from Robert Candlish regarding an unspecified petition, 26th March, 1849, NRS RH4/196

College extension in the Free Church of Scotland, considered with reference to the present state of the question, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1849

Breadalbane Muniments: Ecclesiastical Documents: Letters from Dr Robert Candlish to Breadalbane, with printed circular for the Normal School, Moray House, Canongate; solicits subscriptions, 1849; Copy letter from Breadalbane to Dr Candlish; Proposed subscription for conversion of John Knox’s house into a museum, and recipient’s wish that writer will bring the matter to the notice of the queen or Prince Albert; suggests that numerous small subscriptions would be better than a few large ones; does not wish to mention the matter to the queen and suggests recipient should apply to George E Anson, keeper of the Privy Purse, with printed circular from Dr Candlish on this proposal, October, 1849, NRS, GD112/51/227; Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Personal Correspondence: Candlish to Breadalbane, Interest for Andrew Cunningham’s claims to an office in county of Perth, 8th March, 1855, NRS GD112/74/64

Circular letter on the Education Scheme and Schoolmasters’ Sustentation Fund, Edinburgh, 1849

John Knox’s house, Edinburgh, September 24, 1849, Circular outlining plans for the restoration of John Knox’s house and building the Free Canongate church and seeking funds to this end, Candlish, convener

A letter to the Most Noble the Marquess of Lansdowne, on the reform and extension of the parish school system of Scotland, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

Speech before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland on 31st May 1850, on the report of the Education Committee and relative overtures, Edinburgh, Miller & Fairly, 1850

Act anent the education scheme, with an accompanying letter signed by Candlish Edinburgh, 1851

Proposal for a system of national education in Scotland, made by Candlish and others, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1851?

Correspondence betwixt the Hon. Lord Murray and the Rev. Dr. Candlish, regarding the interference of the Roman Catholic Priesthood with Edinburgh Original Ragged and Industrial Schools, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren, 1851

Proposal for a system of national education in Scotland, with others, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1851?

The Pope, the Antichrist of Scripture, the errors traced up to their origin in fallen human nature, the duty of Christians towards popery and Papists, a lecture, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

The Lord’s short work on the earth, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1852

The Son of Man Lord of the Sabbath, Edinburgh, John Johnstone

Examination of Mr. Maurice’s theological essays, London, 1854

Past memories and present duties, or, Chalmers’ Territorial Church, Fountainbridge, opened on Sabbath, 8th January, 1854, a narrative and sermon, Edinburgh, 1854

Christ the perfection of manhood, a sermon, London J. Paul, 1854

Communications to the members and friends of the Free Church of Scotland on the principles of the Church, No. V, August, 1854: The two judgments, the struggle, the crisis, Edinburgh?, Johnstone and Hunter?, 1854

Free Church of Scotland education scheme speeches of Dr Candlish, Lord Panmure and Professor Miller in the General Assembly, Thursday, 25th May, 1854, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1854

Security in the midst of danger, the ninety-first psalm applied, in a sermon and charge, delivered before the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, met to ordain the Rev. Robert Boag Watson as chaplain to the forces, on Tuesday, November 21, 1854, Edinburgh, 1854

The sword of the Lord, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1854

Appeal to the people of the Free Church of Scotland on behalf of the education scheme, 1855?

Man’s right to the Sabbath; the Sabbath made for man; the Son of Man Lord of it, a sermon, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1856

Report of Board of Examination, Edinburgh 24th May 1856, Free Church of Scotland, signed by Candlish as Convener, Edinburgh, 1856

The Christian’s sacrifice, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1856

Good, Better, Best; or, the Three Ways of making a happy world, with introductory notice by Candlish, James Waddell Alexander, the Elder, London, T. Nelson & Sons, 1856

To the Reverend the Moderator and brethren of the Free Church Presbyterian Synod of Victoria, Edinburgh, November 14th, 1857, signed by Candlish and others, Edinburgh, 1857

The infallibility of Holy Scripture, a lecture delivered on 7th April, 1857, at the request of the Manchester Young Men’s Christian Association, Manchester, 1857

Scripture characters and miscellanies, London, J. Nelson, 1857

Life in a risen Saviour, being discourses on the argument of the fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians, Edinburgh, 1858

Church and state, a sermon on Matthew 18;17, London, 1859

Reason and revelation, London, 1859

The Two Great Commandments: “Love the Lord Thy God with All Thy Heart, and Thy Neighbour as Thyself”, illustrated in a Series of Discourses on the 12th Chapter of the Epistle to the Romans, London, T. Nelson, 1860

Mr. Maurice’s theology: a letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Shaftesbury on Mr. Maurice’s republished defence of himself, London, 1860

Mr. Maurice’s theology, a letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Shaftesbury, president of the Young Men’s Christian Association, on Mr. Maurice’s republished defence of himself, London, James Nisbet, 1860

Sermons preached in Free St. George’s Church, Glasgow, on Sabbath, 4th November, 1860, on the occasion of the death of the Rev. John Smyth, D.D., with James Henderson, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1860

The atonement: its reality, completeness, and extent, London, 1861

Rev. Dr. Candlish’s speech on the Cardross Case, at the meeting of the Commission of the Free Church General Assembly, held at Edinburgh, 21st November, 1860, Edinburgh?, 1861?

The liberty of the Christian church, re the Cardross Case, Edinburgh, T. Nelson & Sons, 1861?

The Church’s unity in diversity, being the sermon preached at the opening of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Thursday, May 22, 1862, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1862

Gospel contrasts and parallels, sermons, by Andrew Gray, edited with a memoir by R.S. Candlish, Edinburgh, 1862

The Cardross case, Lord Jerviswoode’s decision, Edinburgh?, T. Nelson?, between 1860 and 1869?

The duty of laying by, for religious and charitable uses, a stated proportion of our income, an analysis of 2 Corinthians 8-9, London, 1863

Circular letter from ministers of the churches in Scotland, condemning slavery as a crime, with others, Edinburgh, Nelson & Sons, 1863

The duty of giving away a stated proportion of our income, London, 1863?

The fatherhood of God, being the first course of the Cunningham lectures, Edinburgh, 1865

The organ question, statements by Dr. Ritchie, and Dr. Porteous for and against the use of the organ in public worship, in the proceedings of the Presbytery of Glasgow, 1807-8, with an introduction by Candlish, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1866

The first Epistle of John, expounded in a series of lectures, Edinburgh, 1866

Grace and faith, or, The promise sure to all the seed, by grace through faith, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1866

The Sabbath, in Christianity and recent speculations, p.153, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, Princes Street, 1866

Lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God, two discourses by Andrew Thomson, edited by Robert S. Candlish, Edinburgh & London, 1867

The Christian’s sacrifice and service of praise, or, The two great commandments being an exposition of the twelfth chapter of the epistle to the Romans, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1867

The atonement: its efficacy and extent, Edinburgh, Black, 1867

Glorying in the cross of Christ, by John Maclaurin, edited and revised by Robert S. Candlish, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, Princes Street, 1867

Set forms of public prayer, their introduction, and the state of the question in regard to them, being the closing address delivered in the New College, Edinburgh, on Wednsday, 3d April 1867, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1867
The Excellency of the Knowledge of Christ, sermon in In Memory of James Hamilton, D.D., p.29, 1867

American slavery. Demonstrations in favor of Dr. Cheever, in Scotland. Letter of sympathy from distinguished clergymen and other gentlemen. Speeches at meetings in Edinburgh and Glasgow, with others, 1867

Gaelic: A h-aon shònraichte de shearmoinibh taghta [Select Sermons], translated by William Cattanach, Edinburgh, Lorimer & Gillies, 1867

Present peril of the Free Church, with others, Edinburgh?, 1867

The book of Genesis expounded, Edinburgh, 1868

The disruption testimony and its bearing on present duty, being the address delivered at the opening of the New College, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, MacLaren, 1868

Church and state – Ireland, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1869

Heads of objections to the Marriage Affinity Bill, 1869, Edinburgh, Scottish Marriage Law Defence Association, 1869

The Headship of Christ and the Rights of the Christian People, Hugh Miller and Robert Smith Candlish, Edinburgh, W. P. Nimmo, 1869

Report of Committee on the employment of evangelists, Candlish, Convener, Edinburgh, 1869

Tendencies in connection with the doctrine of future punishment, being Principal Candlish’s introductory lecture at the opening of the session 1869-70, in the new College, London, James Nisbet, 1870

Paul’s pleading for Christian giving, being an exposition of the eighth and ninth chapters of his second Epistle to the Corinthians, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

Speech of Dr. Candlish, in the debate on union in the Free Church Presbytery of Edinburgh, 9th November 1870, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

Bethany or comfort in sorrow and hope in death, Edinburgh, 1871

Addresses of the principal at the close of session 1870-71 and the commencement of session 1871-72, Edinburgh?, 1871?

The relative duties of home life, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1871

To the members of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, letter signed by Candlish, Edinburgh?, 1871?

A dissertation on the eternal sonship of Christ, with James Kidd, Aberdeen, A. Murdoch, 1872?

Discourses bearing upon the sonship & brotherhood of believers, and other kindred subjects, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1872

John Knox & his “Devout imagination”, a sermon, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1872

Letter to the convener from Dr. Candlish, Edinburgh?, 1872?

Scripture characters, Edinburgh, Adam & Charles Black, 1872

Statement and appeal, private letter to a minister, signed by Candlish and others, Edinburgh?, 1872?

The prayer of a broken heart, an exposition of the 51st Psalm, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1873

Funeral sermons in connection with the death of Thomas Guthrie, preached in Free St. John’s Church, Edinburgh, March 1873, Edinburgh, 1873

The unity of the spirit – the bond of peace, a sermon, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1873

The simplicity that is in Christ, 2 Cor. 11:3, in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877

Sermons, by the late Robert S. Candlish, with a biographical preface, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1874

The gospel of forgiveness, a series of discourses, Edinburgh, A. and C. Black, 1878

Conscience and the Bible, a lecture, London, Reed and Pardon, 1856

Death and judgement, atonement and salvation, a sermon

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.367, The Longsuffering of God to be accounted Salvation ; Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.133, The consolations of Christ adapted to the state and character of his people, John 11:21

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.1, A Matter of Supreme limportance; p.21, Psalm 118; p.56, He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool; p.205, On the Character of Herod, Tetrarch [or King] of Galilee; Vol.2, The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles, pp. 13 and 22; Vol.3, The Recent Persecution in Holland, pp. 70, 172, 198, 229 and 276; 2nd series, Vol.1, The Duty which Children owe to their Parents, pp. 169 and 185; p.505, The Fact of Creation an Object of Faith; 2nd series, Vol.2, The Seventh of a Series of Lectures on the Jews pp. 313, and 328
 

Publications – about him

Obituary Notice on this web-site: Robert Smith Candlish

Disruption Worthies on this website: Candlish, Robert Smith

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.3, p. 595

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.8, William Garden Blaikie, Candlish, Robert Smith

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Michael D. McMullen, Candlish, Robert Smith (1806–1873), Free Church of Scotland minister and theologian

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 6/1/1874 Revd, Principal of the New College in Edinburgh, residing at Melville Street, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/16; Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/148

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Candlish or Brock, Jessie, 18/12/1894, widow of Rev. Robert Smith Candlish, D.D., sometime Minister, Free St George’s Church, Edinburgh, residing at 16 Torphichen Street there, d. 16/09/1894 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/336; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/279

Robert S. Candlish (Review of his biography), The Original Secession magazine. New Series 15 (1881-82), p.165

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Lee, John P.; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1953: Dr. R.S. Candlish as preacher and theologian

Doctoral Thesis, Author: McKinlay, Edward; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1966: The relation of incarnation to atonement in the Christology of R.S. Candlish, and its contribution to the development of Scottish theology

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Trumper, Tim J. R.; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 2002: An historical study of the doctrine of adoption in the Calvinistic tradition

Robert S. Candlish – Preacher and Churchman in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

Perhaps Court of Session: Unextracted processes: William Cunningham and others v Candlish and others: Petition and complaint, 1842, NRS CS230/C/16/23

Animadversions on the Rev. William Marshall’s strictures on Mr. Robertson’s letter to Dr. Candlish on the atonement, by Andrew Pringle, Edinburgh, Andrew Murray, 1845

David Livingstone correspondence with James Young, and fragments of other letters, 1853-1863, manuscript, including one letter from Candlish, 1853

1. Statement and Supplementary Note, by the Committee of the General Assembly on the Act anent the Calling of Ministers. June 1839. 2. Address from the Assembly’s Non-Intrusion Committee on the Present State of the Church of Scotland. December 1839, a review, extracted from “The Presbyterian Review and Religious Journal.”

A letter to the Rev. Robert S. Candlish in answer to his “Letter to the Marquis of Normanby”, Edinburgh, P. Brown for A. Macredie, 1841

A letter to the Rev. Robert S. Candlish, by a parishioner of St. George’s parish, James Bryce, [in answer to his letter to the Marquis of Normanby], Edinburgh, A. Macredie, 1841?

The great controversy, exhibited in a series of letters, addressed to various authors & preachers in Scotland, with others, Glasgow, Christian News Office, 1841

Friendly reply to the “Friendly address to the dissenters of Scotland by ministers of the established church”, by Dissenting Ministers, Edinburgh, W. Oliphant June & Co.,

Ought the Non-Intrusionists to join with the United Secession?,, a letter addressed to the Rev. Dr. Candlish, a Minister of the United Secession Church, Robertson, James, Edinburgh, Printed and published by J. Brydone, 1843

The repentance, recantation, and reformation of a non-intrusionist & evangelical preacher, addressed to the Rev. Dr. Candlish, by a Non-intrusionist, Edinburgh, Peter Brown, 1843

The facts as they are, or, A comparison of certain statements recently made in Cambridge, by Dr. Candlish and others, in behalf of the Free Church of Scotland, Cambridge, 1844

The Irresistibility of the Holy Spirit’s Influence, Infallibly Effecting the Salvation of a Certain Number of Mankind, and Involving the Impossibility of the Salvation of All Others, Irrational and Unscriptural, in Refutation of Arguments Adduced by the Rev. R. S. Candlish in the Third of His Series of Letters on the Atonement, by a Wesleyan Layman Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Guthrie & Tait, 1845

Speeches of the Rev. James Gibson, A.M. and Rev. Andrew King, A.M. in the Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, with a review of the principles maintained in the speeches of the Rev. Dr. Candlish and others on Christian union, delivered in Glasgow on 28th October, 1845, also remarks on the narrative and address of the Liverpool conference, by the Rev. James Gibson, Glasgow, William Blackwood,

American slavery proved to be theft and robbery, with remarks on the speeches of Rev. Drs. Cunningham and Candlish before the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, by Henry C. Wright, Edinburgh,

Letter to the Rev. James Robertson, Minister of Portsburgh Church, occasioned by his letter to the Rev. R. S. Candlish on the atonement, by a Scottish Congregationalist, Edinburgh, Charles Ziegler, 1845

Letter to the Rev. R.S. Candlish, D.D., occasioned by his remarks in the December number of “The Free Church Magazine” on the atonement, by James Robertson, minister of Portsburgh Church, Edinburgh, William Oliphant and Sons, 1845

Strictures on the Rev. James Robertson’s “Letter to Dr. Candlish on the atonement”, by William Marshall, Leith, Edinburgh, Quintin Dalrymple, Glasgow, 1845

The evangelical alliance, will slaveholders be admitted to it and will its influence go to support and perpetuate slavery?, letter from the committee of the Glasgow Emancipation Society to the Rev. John Angell James, the Rev. Dr. King, the Rev. Dr. Candlish and other members, Glasgow, David Russell, Glasgow, David Russell, 1845

The dissenting ministers’ friendly reply to a Second friendly address, from ministers of the establishment, by Hugh Heugh,

The Dissolution of the American Union, Demanded by Justice and Humanity, as the Incurable Enemy of Liberty , with a Letter to Rev. Drs. Chalmers, Cunningham, and Candlish, on Christian Fellowship with Slaveholders, and a Letter to the Members of the Free Church, Recommending Them to Send Back the Money Obtained from Slaveholders to Build Their Churches and Pay Their Ministers, Addressed to the Abolitionists of Great Britain and Ireland, by Henry Clarke Wright, London, Chapman , Brothers , & Co., 1846

Reply to Dr. Candlish’s four letters on certain passages in the “Horae Apocalypticae”, by E.B. Elliott, London, Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley, 1847

The law of the Sabbath of perpetual obligation, in answer to the letter to Dr. Candlish, “The Jewish Sabbath and Sunday”, being a letter to his friend, by a Country Minister, Anti-Judaeus, Edinburgh, John Elder, 1847

Letter to Dr. Candlish, of Edinburgh on the Word of God as to the Jewish Sabbath and Sunday, to be read by serious Christians of all denominations, London, Effingham Wilson, 1847

Letter to the Rev. Robert S. Candlish, D.D. touching what passeth in his household on the Sabbath; Slave money, is the Sustentation Fund the cause of God?; Right of women to vote in the election of Free ministers, &c. by Tom Pipes, Edinburgh, printed and sold by D. and W. Millar, 1847

Scottish orthodoxy examined in a series of letters addressed to the Rev. J. McBeth and R. Candlish, D.D. of the Free Church of Scotland in reply to their publications on the atonement, Alexander C. Rutherford, London, T. Ward & Co., 1847

The Lord’s Day not the Sabbath, an inquiry into the teaching of scripture on the subject, in a letter to the Rev. R. S. Candlish D.D., by Francis Russell, Esq., advocate, Edinburgh, London, William Blackwood and Sons, 1847

The Lord’s day not the Sabbath, an inquiry into the teaching of Scripture on the subject, in a letter to the Rev. R.S. Candlish, D.D., by Russell, Francis, Edinburgh,

Extension of Divinity Halls, a letter addressed to Free Churchmen, and especially to the Free Churchmen of Glasgow, with a reply to the pamphlets of the Dr. Candlish and Buchanan, by James Gibson, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1850

Free church door for the seceders, or, Dr. Candlish’s altered overture, as passed in the late Free Church assembly, and lauded in the “Original Secession magazine”, considered by Archibald Brown, Minister of the United Original Secession Congregation, Adam Square, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1852

The Free Church tending to Voluntaryism, letter to the Rev. R.S. Candlish, D.D., occasioned by his proclamation, “The secession is extinguished in Scotland”, by the Rev. Archibald Brown, Edinburgh, Alexander C. Moodie, 1853

Letter to Robert Candlish on a scheme for promoting religious literature in Scotland, by James Fairbairn, Edinburgh, publisher not identified, 1853

A letter to the Rev. Dr. Candlish, on the Sabbath question, by a working man, Edinburgh, Bible Depository, 1855

Review of Dr. Candlish’s manse-fund speech, delivered at Glasgow, on the 13th November last, Perth, 1855

A vindication of the organ, a review of the Rev. Dr. Candlish’s publication entitled “The organ question” by Alexander Cromar, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1856

Organic versus Inorganic Music, an appeal from the judgement of Dr. Porteous and Dr. Candlish to the Synod of the Presbyterian Church in England, John W. Lamb, London, Ward & Co., 1856

The North British review and Dr. Candlish, a letter to the editor in reference to Dr. Candlish’s reply to the strictures of the review on his work, Life in a risen saviour, James Bannerman, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1859

The Cardross Case, recent concessions by the Rev. Drs. Candlish, Cunningham, and Buchanan, considered as opposed to a fundamental principle of the Free Church of Scotland, with a narrative and vindication of the proceedings in the Presbytery, Synod, and General Assembly by Archibald Gardner, Nethercommon, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1861

The Free Assembly Commission and the Cardross case, Dr. Candlish criticised, by a member of the Faculty of Advocates – James Dundas Grant, reprinted from Macphail’s Magazine, Edinburgh, 1861

Vindication of the universality of the atonement, in reply to the recently published work of the Rev. Dr. Candlish of Edinburgh, entitled, “The atonement, its reality, completeness and extent”, by James Morison, Glasgow, Glasgow, A. Wallace & Co., 1861

Letter to the Rev. Robert S. Candlish, Rufus Anderson, T.R. Marvin & Son, January, 1862

A few rough notes for Dr. Candlish, letter to chairman of the first Conference on Foreign Missions of the Free Church of Scotland, held in Edinburgh, 1861, Alexander Duff, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1862

Examination of the statements in the lectures on “The fatherhood of God”, regarding the human nature of Christ, and the sonship of his people, by George MacClelland, Edinburgh, printed by Lorimer & Gillies

Review of “An Examination of Hamiltonian Philosophy. By J.S. Mill, M.P.”, including strictures on Dr. Mansel and Dr. Candlish’s Modern Theology, Edinburgh, James Thin, 1865

Church Records: Edinburgh, St George’s Free Church Photograph Album, containing Carte de Visite images of Robert Smyth Candlish, 1863, NRS CH3/965/314; Admission Ticket for Sermons in connexion with the death of Dr Candlish, 1873; Typed list of publications by the Rev Robert Smith Candlish DD as recorded in the British Museum General Catalogue of Printed Books, 1965, NRS CH3/965/318

Sketches of the Edinburgh ministers [including Candlish], William Duncan of the Edinburgh press, Edinburgh, printed for the author, 1865?

The fatherhood of God, considered in its general and special aspects and particularly in relation to the atonement, with a review of recent speculations on the subject by R. S. Candlish and others, by Thomas Jackson Crawford, Edinburgh, 1868

Review of Rev. Principal Candlish’s first lecture on Genesis, as that lecture appears in its last (1868) edition, by Patrick McFarlane, Glasgow, W. Anderson Eadie, 1869

The atonement and the judgement, a reply to Dr. Candlish’s inaugural lecture, with a brief statement of facts in connexion with the Evangelical Alliance, by T.R. Birks. London, Rivingtons, 1870

The Church of Scotland and the Free Church, their relation to patronage, spiritual independence, and the civil courts, Veritas, that is, Andrew Macgeorge, includes letter from Candlish, Glasgow Edinburgh, James Maclehose, Edmonston and Douglas, 1870

Drs. Candlish and Buchanan on voluntaryism, Edinburgh, between 1870 and 1879?

Ecclesiastical order, a respectful answer to Dr Candlish’s appeal, by A. Moody Stuart, and the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1871

In memoriam R.S. Candlish, D.D., died October 19, 1873, sermons preached in Free St. George’s, Edinburgh, on Sabbath, November 2, 1873 by Drs Buchanan and Rainy, Edinburgh, Nelson, 1873

Miscellaneous obituary notices and tributes following the death of Robert S. Candlish, 1873

St. George’s Free Church, minutes of kirk-session and deacon’s court, in connexion with the death of Dr. Candlish, Edinburgh?, 1873

The chariot of Israel and the horsemen thereof, a tribute to the memory of Robert S. Candlish, D.D., by Hugh Martin, D.D., Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1873?

The late Dr. Candlish, Edinburgh?, Daily Review, 1873?

A Highland tour, three weeks with Dr. Candlish, by Alexander Beith, Edinburgh, A. and C. Black, 1874

Predestination and freewill reconciled, or, Calvinism and Arminianism united in the Westminster Confession, an eirenicon, with reply to Dr. Candlish’s criticism, and appendix on Christ’s preaching to ‘The spirits in prison’, by John Forbes, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1879

Memorials of Robert Smith Candlish, D.D., by William Wilson and Robert Rainy, Edinburgh, 1880

Life of Robert Smith Candlish, D.D. , Jean L.Watson, Edinburgh, 1882

Modern Athenians, a series of original portraits of memorable citizens of Edinburgh, Benjamin W. Crombie, Edinburgh, A and C. Black, 1882, p.6

Personal reminiscences and biographical sketches, James Dodds, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1888: John Semple and Robert Candlish

Some Free Church professors and Preachers in Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections, William Knight, p.103, Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903

 

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CARMENT, DAVID

 

Publications – by him

Seaforth Papers: Letter by David Carment, minister at Rosskeen, to J. A. Stewart Mackenzie relating to the evils of Sunday drinking and other branches of the Sabbath and estimating the relative strength of the Established Church and Dissenters in Scotland, 11th July, 1834, NRS GD46/12/65

New Statistical Account, October, 1838, Rosskeen, Vol.14, Ross, p.262

A few short remarks, by way of reply to a letter by Mr. Robert Walker, farmer, Fyrish, addressed to the Rev. David Carment, minister of Rosskeen, Dingwall, Advertiser Office, 1842

The fiery cross, or, A warning voice to the sons and daughters of Caledonia, Edinburgh, 1843

The two parties in the Church brought to the test, or, Moderatism and evangelism contrasted, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.345, The Nature of Salvation; Vol.4, p.433, Ministerial Faithfulness Recommended and Enforced; Vol.5, p.22, No Flesh Justified by the Law

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.586, The nature, origin, and effects of faith

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.3, p.345, Communion with God the Highest Enjoyment of the Believer

He contributed to the Parker Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnote 18. (Note this link takes you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Carment, David

Court of Session: Warrants of the Register of Acts and Decreets: Act, remit and decreet, and decreet for expenses, the Rev David Carment and others v Robert Bruce Aeneas MacLeod, Esq. and others, July, 1830, NRS CS46/1830/7/138

Letter to the Rev. David Carment, minister of the parish of Rosskeen, containing some remarks on the present state of the Church of Scotland, Robert Walker, Inverness, 1842

Application to the General Assembly on behalf of the Free Presbytery of Tain, anent the Appointment of a Colleague and Succesor to the Rev. David Carment, of Rosskeen, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1853

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 23/7/1856, Free Church minister of the parish of Rosskeen, residing at Invergordon, Inventory; Trust Disposition and Settlement, Dingwall Sheriff Court, NRS SC25/44/6

 

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CARSLAW, WILLIAM HENDERSON

 

Publications – by him

The Scots Worthies, John Howie, of Lochgoin, edited by W.H. Carslaw, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1870

A Chapter in Jewish History; or, an account, in the words of Scripture, of the Kings of Israel and Judah, from the disruption of the Kingdom to the Babylonish Captivity, with explanatory notes, Helensburgh, Macneur & Bryden, 1876

The young communicant, Helensburgh, Macneur & Bryden, 1880

Heroes of the covenant: life and times of William Guthrie, M.A., minister of Fenwick, Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1900

Life and times of Donald Cargill, Paisley, 1900

Life and times of James Renwick, M.A., Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1901?

Three heroes of the covenant, lives and times of William Guthrie, Donald Cargill and James Renwick, Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1902

Indian cameos, Edinburgh, R.W. Hunter, 1903

A difficult chapter in the history of Israel, or, An account, in the words of scripture, of the kings of Israel and Judah, from the Disruption of the Kingdom till the Babylonish captivity, with introduction and notes, revised. and corrected edition, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1903

Six martyrs of the Scottish Reformation, Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1907

Exiles of the covenant, Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1908

The early christian apologists, London, Dent, 1911

Covenanting memorials in Glasgow & neighbourhood, Glasgow, John Smith & Son, 1912

The voice of Jesus, Stirling, Drummond’s Tract Depot, 1915

Holiday rambles and studies, Paisley, 1922

Sermons in stones, or, Things new and old, Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1923
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Carslaw or Lochhead, Elizabeth Downie, 4/8/1917, wife of revd William Henderson Carslaw, D.D., 36 Sutherland Avenue, Pollokshields, d. 25/04/1917 at Glasgow, intestate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/278

 

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CHALMERS, THOMAS

 

Publications – by him

Observations on a Passage in Mr. Playfair’s Letter to the Lord Provost of Edinburgh Relative to the Mathematical Pretensions of the Scottish Clergy, Cupar, R. Tullis, 1805

An enquiry into the extent and stability of national resources, Edinburgh, Oliphant and Brown, 1808

The substance of a speech delivered in the General Assembly, on Thursday the 25th inst., respecting the merits of the late bill for the augmentations of stipends to the clergy of Scotland, Edinburgh, Oliphant and Balfour, 1809

A sermon, preached before the Society for Relief of the Destitute Sick, in St. Andrew’s Church, Edinburgh, on the Lord’s Day, April 18, 1813, and published in consequence of their earnest request, Edinburgh, A. Balfour, 1813

The two great instruments appointed for the propagation of the gospel, and the duty of the Christian public to keep them both in vigorous operation, a sermon preached before the Dundee Missionary Society, on Monday, October 26, 1812, Edinburgh, A. Balfour, 1814

The Duty of Giving an Immediate Diligence to the Business of the Christian Life, Being an Address to the Inhabitants of the Parish of Kilmany, Edinburgh, Andrew Balfour, 1815

Thoughts on Universal Peace, a sermon, delivered on Thursday, January 18, 1816, the day of national thanksgiving for the restoration of peace, Glasgow, J. Smith & Son, 1816

The utility of missions ascertained by experience, a sermon, Edinburgh, W. Aitchison, 1816

A Sermon Delivered in the Tron Church, Glasgow, on Wednesday, Nov. 19th, 1817, The Day of the Funeral of Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales, Glasgow, Walker and Greig, 1817

A sermon preached in St. Andrew’s Church, Edinburgh, before the Society for the Relief of the Destitute Sick, on the Lord’s Day, April 18, 1813, New York, Kirk and Mercein, 1817

The influence of Bible societies on the temporal necessities of the poor, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Waugh & Innes, and W. White, 1818

The evidence and authority of the Christian revelation, Andover, USA, M. Newman, Flagg & Gould, 1818

The Doctrine of Christian Charity Applied to the Case of Religious Differences, a Sermon Preached for the Benefit of the Hibernian Society in London, London, A. & J. Duncan, 1818

The Substance of a Speech, Delivered in the General Assembly, on Thursday, May 25, 1809, Respecting the Merits of the Bill for the Augmentation of Stipends to the Clergy of Scotland, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Waugh & Innes, 1818

Report for the directors of the Town’s Hospital of Glasgow on the management of the city poor, the suppression of mendicity, and the principles of the plan for the new hospital, includes various contributions from Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, R. Chapman, 1818

Considerations on the system of parochial schools in Scotland, and on the advantage of establishing them in large towns, 1819

Sermons, preached in the Tron church, Glasgow, New York, W.A. Mercein, 1819

Considerations on the System of Parochial Schools in Scotland, and on the Advantage of Establishing Them in Large Towns, Glasgow, James Hedderwick, 1819

Speech of the Rev. Mr. Chalmers of Kilmeny, at the Institution of the Fife and Kinross Bible Society, 1820?

The importance of civil government to society, and the duty of Christians in regard to it, a sermon preached in St. John’s Church, Glasgow, on Sabbath, the 30th April, 1820, Glasgow, Chalmers & Collins, 1820

Dutch: Het Bewijs en Gezog der Christelijke Openbaring [Series of discourses on the Christian revelation], Haarlem, 1820

The application of Christianity to the commercial and ordinary affairs of life, Hartford, O.D. Cooke, 1821

On church patronage, 1821?

A speech delivered on the 24th of May, 1822, before the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, explanatory of the measures which have been successfully pursued in St. John’s Parish, Glasgow, for the extinction of its compulsory pauperism

The doctrine of Christian charity applied to the case of religious differences, a sermon, Glasgow, 1822

The works of Thomas Chalmers, D.D. minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow, Hartford, George Goodwin, 1822: Vol.1; Vol.2 and Vol.3

Gaelic: Smaointean air sith choitchionn, searmoin a labhradh air Latha na Traisge righeachdail a chaidh a shonnrachadh chum breith-buidheachais air son aiseag na sithe, ‘s a bhliadhne 1816 [Thoughts on universal peace, a sermon …], translated by James Munro, Glasgow, James Starke, 1822

A speech delivered before the Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, on the 15th October, 1823, in the case of Principal McFarlane, on the subject of pluralities, Glasgow, 1823

Farewell memorial of Dr. Chalmers, account of the proceedings which took place in Glasgow, on the occasion of Dr. Chalmers’s leaving St. John’s Parish, for the Moral Philosophy Chair of the University of St. Andrews, comprising a report of the debate in the Presbytery, on the receiving of his resignation, with a copy of their minutes, and of his letter, now first published, a copious analysis of his eloquent farewell sermon, and a verbatim report of all the speeches delivered at the dinner given to him, to which is added, an account of his reception at St. Andrews, and a report of the inaugural lecture, which he delivered on opening his class, Glasgow, Robertson & Atkinson, 1823

Report of the speeches delivered at the public dinner to Dr. Chalmers, taken in short-hand expressly for this edition, by A. Hamilton, Esq., with the whole of the previous proceedings, and a comprehensive report and review of his farewell sermon, Glasgow, R. Griffin & Co., 1823

Statement in regard to the pauperism of Glasgow, from the experience of the last eight years, Glasgow, Chalmers and Collins, 1823

Sermons, preached in St. John’s Church, Glasgow, Philadelphia, Woodward, 1824

French: Application des principes du christianisme au commerce et aux affaires ordinaires de la vie [Discourses on the application of Christianity to the commercial & ordinary affairs of life], Genève, 1824

On the nature, power, deceit, and prevalence of indwelling sin in believers, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, John Owen, Glasgow, Chalmers and Collins, 1825

A sketch of the history of Hawick, to which is subjoined a short essay, in reply to Doctor Chalmers on pauperism and the poor-laws, Robert Wilson, Hawick, R. Armstrong, 1825

Address of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers to the Parish of St. John’s, in which he recommends to Masters to give their servants good wages, in order to insure their own as well as their dependents interests, with many other valuable admonitions, Glasgow, W. Carse

French: Sermons, Paris, Henry Servier, 1825

The Christian’s daily walk, in holy security and peace, Henry Scudder, with an introductory essay, by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1826

Tracts, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Thomas Scott, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1826

On Cruelty to Animals, a Sermon, Glasgow, Chalmers & Collins, 1826

Few Thoughts on the Abolition of Colonial Slavery, Glasgow, Chalmers & Collins, 1826

Sermons, John Russel, minister of Muthil, with a prefatory address and biographical sketch by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, J. Smith, 1826

Private thoughts on religion, and a Christian life, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, William Beveridge, Glasgow, William Collins, 1827

The Effect of Man’s Wrath in the Agitation of Religious Controversies, a Sermon Preached at the Opening of the New Presbyterian Chapel in Belfast, on Sabbath, September 23, 1827, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1827

On the Use and Abuse of Literary and Ecclesiastical Endowments, Glasgow, William Collins, 1827

On the respect due to antiquity, Glasgow, Collins, 1827

Serious reflections on time and eternity, John Shower; On the consideration of our latter end, and other contemplations, Matthew Hale, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, William Collins, 1828

The Christian’s great interest, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Willliam Guthrie, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1828

Grace and duty of being spiritually minded and practically improved, John Owen, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, Collins, 1828

The Christian remembrancer, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Ambrose Serle, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1829

The Christian’s defence against infidelity, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, William Collins, 1829

Speech of Dr. Chalmers on the Catholic question, extracted from the Caledonian Mercury of March 16th, Great Britain?, W. Metcalfe, c.1829

The Second Speech of Dr. Chalmers, on the Catholic Question, at the Presbyterian Meeting, Edinburgh, April 1st, 1829, London, H.A. Arliss, 1829

The living temple, or, a good man the temple of God, John Howe, with an introductory essay, by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, William Collins, 1829

The record, letters on poor law reform and emigration, including some correspondence between Gourlay and Chalmers, Robert Gourlay, Edinburgh, W. Burness, 1830

Select letters of the Rev. W. Romaine, with an introductory essay, by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1830

A treatise on the faith and influence of the gospel, with introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Archibald Hall, Glasgow, William Collins, 1831

A Sermon, preached in St. George’s Church, Edinburgh, on occasion of the death of the Rev. Dr. Andrew Thomson, Glasgow, William Collins, 1831

On political economy, in connexion with the moral state and moral prospects of society, New York, D. Appleton, 1832

Letters to the Royal Commissioners for the Visitation of Colleges in Scotland, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1832

The Supreme Importance of a Right Moral to a Right Economical State of the Community, with Observations on a Recent Criticism in the Edinburgh Review, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1832

Evidence given by the Rev. T. Chalmers and the Right Rev. J. Doyle, before a select Committee of the House of Commons on the State of Ireland, London, Baldwin and Cradock, 1832

The moral and physical condition of the working classes employed in the cotton manufacture in Manchester, containing an introductory letter to Chalmers, James Phillips Kay, London, J. Ridgway, 1832

The supreme importance of a right moral to a right economical state of the community, with observations on a recent criticism in the Edinburgh Review, Glasgow, William Collins, 1832

The works of Thomas Chalmers, complete in one volume, Philadelphia, A. Towar, Hogan & Thompson, 1833

Evidences of Christianity, Philadelphia, E.C. Mielke, 1833

Scripture references, designed for the use of Sabbath schools and private Christians, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1833

Church establishments defended, London, Pulpit Office, 1833

Report of the debate in the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on the overtures anent calls, May 23, 1833, Edinburgh, John Hamilton, 1833 with an appendix which includes speech by Chalmers

Tracts, by the Rev. Thomas Scott, with an Introductory Essay by Thomas Chalmers, Glasgow, William Collins, 1833

On the power, wisdom and goodness of God, as manifested in the adaptation of external nature to the moral and intellectual constitution of man, New York, A. Sherman, 1834

Churches and Chapels, or, the Necessity and proper object of an endowment, being the substance of a speech recently delivered before the Presbytery of Edinburgh, Glasgow, William Collins, 1834

The impotency of the voluntary system in the large towns of Scotland, Glasgow, Printed in the Scottish Guardian Office, 1834?

The object of this communication is to solicit your favour and support in behalf of a measure that, if carried into effect, would add to the amount, while it secured the cheapness, of Christian and moral instruction for the labouring classes of the people of Scotland, Signed, Patrick M’Farlan, Thomas Chalmers and Charles Fergusson, Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, General Assembly, 1834?

Reply to the Attempt to Connect the Cause of Church Accommodation with Party Politics, reprinted from the “Edinburgh Advertiser”, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1835

Re-assertion of the evils of the Edinburgh system of seat-letting, with new proofs adapted to recent objections, Edinburgh, John Anderson, 1835

On the Evils which the Established Church in Edinburgh has already suffered, and suffers still in virtue of the seat-letting being in the hands of the magistates, with remarks on the unjust tendency of a late document, published by their authority, on the subject of the unlet sittings, Edinburgh, John Anderson, 1835

Reports of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, on Church Extension, Edinburgh, John Waugh, 1835

Specimens of the ecclesiastical destitution of Scotland, in various parts of the country, being extracts of correspondence and results of statistical surveys in 1834-35, Edinburgh, John Waugh, 1835

Church accomodation, no Tory job, a letter by the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, to the “Edinburgh Evening Courant”, Edinburgh?, 1835

Hints on the various ways of raising contributions in any congregation or parish for the objects of Christian benevolence, addressed to clergymen, or to such parochial agents as clergymen may choose to employ, Edinburgh?, between 1830 and 1839?

Letter and petition on church accomodation, Thomas Chalmers, convener of the General Assembly’s Committee on Church Accomodation, and others, Edinburgh, 1835

On the distinction between parochial and congregational, and between endowed and unendowed churches, Glasgow, W. Collins & Co., 1835

Remarks on the right exercise of Church patronage, Glasgow, Collins 18-?

Report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Church Extension, being formerly the Committee on Church Accommodation, given in and read on the 28th of May, 1835, Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, John Waugh, 1835?

Speech on the proceedings of the church deputation in London, during their late visit there, delivered before the Commission of the General Assembly, at its meeting on 30th September 1835, Edinburgh, John Anderson, 1835

The cause of church extension, and the question shortly stated, between churchmen and dissenters in regard to it, Edinburgh, John Anderson, 1835

The right ecclesiastical economy of a large town, Edinburgh, John Anderson, 1835

An attempt to point out the duty which the Church owes to the people of Scotland, and more especially to settle the question of precedency between these two objects, the work that should be done, and the payment that should be made for the doing of it, being an argument on chapel bonds, Edinburgh, John Anderson, 1836

On preaching to the common people, a sermon delivered at the opening of the Dean Church, near Edinburgh, on the 15th of May 1836, Edinburgh, John Anderson, 1836

Report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Church Extension, given in and read on the 23rd of May, 1836, Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, Balfour and Jack, 1836

Five Lectures on Predestination, London, Sherwood, Gilbert &Piper, 1837

“God is Love”, A sermon preached on July 30th 1837, London, W. Harding, 1837

Report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Church extension, given in and read on the 25th of May, 1837, by Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, 1837

Lectures on the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans, Glasgow, Collins, 1837, Vol.1; Vol.2; Vol.3 and Vol.4

Sowing to the flesh and reaping corruption, a sermon, 1837

A Conference with Certain Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland, on the Subject of the Moderatorship of the Next General Assembly, to which is Added an Address on the Same Subject, to the Church at Large, Glasgow, William Collins, 1837

Supplement to his late Pamphlet [“A Conference with certain Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland”] on the subject of the Moderatorship of the next General Assembly, Glasgow, William Collins, 1837

The power of faith in God’s universal love, a sermon preached onJuly 30th, 1837, London?, Penny Pulpit, 1837

The power of faith in God’s universal love, a sermon, 1837?

The working of the established church in Edinburgh examined, in the evidence given before the Commissioners of religious instruction regarding the city churches, in opposition to the evidence of the Reverend Dr. Chalmers, with additional notes, Duncan M’Laren, Edinburgh, Adam & Charles Black, 1837

Welsh: Allwed ysgrythyrawl, neu Agoriad buddiol i’r closparth athrawiaethol o’r ysgrythyrau, a’i Gymmreigio, Caerleon, 1837

Fourth report of the committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Church Extension, given in and read on the 22nd of May 1838 , Church of Scotland, William Whyte, 1838

Prospectus of the second series of the Scottish Christian herald, conducted under the superintendence of ministers and members of the Established Church, with others, Edinburgh?, John Johnstone?, 1838?

The manual of family and private devotion, consisting of prayers, original and selected, by James Cochrane, with a preface by Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1838

Substance of a Speech delivered in the General Assembly on Wednesday the twenty-second of May, 1839, respecting the decision of the House of Lords on the case of Auchterarder, Glasgow, William Collins, 1839

Remarks on the Present Position of the Church of Scotland, occasioned by the Publication of a Letter from the Dean of Faculty to the Lord Chancellor, Glasgow, William Collins, 1839

Fifth report of the committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Church Extension, given in and read on Friday the 24th of May, 1839, Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, William Whyte and Company, 1839

General Assembly’s Church Extension Scheme, proposal for raising a supplementary fund to aid in the erection of new churches in poor districts, includes a manuscript letter in the hand of Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh?, 1839

French: Mémoire sur les inconvénients d’un impôt public pour l’indigence comparés avec les avantages et la sécurité des établissements publics de charité ayant pour but la soulagement des malades, Paris, 1839

The Earl of Aberdeen’s Correspondence with the Rev. Dr. Chalmers and the Secretaries of the Non-Intrusion Committee, from 14th January to 27th May, 1840, William Blackwood & Sons, 1840

Speech on the non-intrusion question on 27th May, 1840, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840

What ought the Church and the people of Scotland to do now?, Glasgow, Thomas Collins,1840

A letter from the Non-intrusion Committee of Edinburgh requesting assistance from the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in proposing Dr Makellar of Pencaitland as moderator of the General Assembly in 1840, including an extract of a letter from Dr Chalmers to Dr Makellar, J. G. Wood, Edinburgh?, 1840

A letter requesting the vote for Dr Makellar of Pencaitland as moderator of the 1840’s General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, including an extract of the letter from Dr Chalmers to Dr Makellar, Edinburgh?, 1840?

Sixth report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Church Extension, given in and read on the 30th of May, 1840, Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, William Whyte and Company, 1840

The Power of the Gospel to Dissolve the Enmity of the Human Heart against God in The Atonement, being five discourses by Thomas Chalmers and others, New York, American tract society, 1840?, p.37

The Scripture guide to baptism … with an appendix in which is inserted … Dr. Chalmers’s testimony on the apostolic mode of baptism, which has recently appeared, R. Pengilly, London, George Wightman, 1840

Report of speeches, delivered by Dr. Chalmers and others at meetings held in Edinburgh, August 25, 1841, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Scriptural election in harmony with general redemption, a sermon, J. Burns, including The universality and freeness of the gospel, by Dr. Chalmers, London, Houlston and Stoneman, 1841?

Seventh report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Church Extension, given in on the 29th of May 1841, Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, William Whyte and Company, 1841

Church extension, Glasgow, W. Collins, between 1836 and 1842

Sermon preached before the Convocation of Ministers in St. George’s Church, Edinburgh, on Thursday the 17th of November, 1842, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1842

The addresses delivered at the commencement and conclusion of the first general assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

A Sermon Preached at the Opening of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, held at Glasgow, October 17, 1843, Glasgow, W. Collins, 1843

Remembering Zion, to Scotchmen in London, extract from a sermon by the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., preached on Friday, May 11th, 1827, at the opening of the National Scotch Church, Regent Square, London, London, James Nisbet and Co. 1843

Address delivered by Dr. Chalmers, to the “Tradesmen’s Association for Promoting the Interests of the Church of Scotland”, at a meeting held in Roxburgh Church, Edinburgh, on Thursday, 16th February, 1843.

Circular, under the authority of the Financial Committee, constituted by the united committees of the Convocation of Ministers and General Meeting of Elders, for the establishment of local associations in aid of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, issued with a printed letter from Thomas Chalmers, dated April 3rd, 1843, exhorting recipients to promote formation of local associations for the support of the Free Presbyterian Church, Free Church of Scotland, Financial Committee, Edinburgh, 1843

Circular, under the authority of the Financial Committee, constituted by the united committees of the Convocation of Ministers and General Meeting of Elders, issued with a printed letter from Thomas Chalmers, dated March 1st 1843, exhorting recipient to begin work on issues outlined in the circular, Edinburgh, 1843

Considerations on the economics and platform of the Free Church of Scotland, and its relation to the ministers and members of other evangelical denominations, Glasgow, William Collins, 1843

Great church meetings in Glasgow, addresses delivered at the formation of a Young Men’s Evangelical Church of Scotland Society, and address of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers on the Free Presbyterian Church in Scotland, Glasgow, William Collins, 1843?

Report of the Committee on Regulations, with an extract from the report of the Financial Committee, Edinburgh, 1843

Report of the Financial Committee to the General Assembly of 1843, being the first assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, read by Dr. Chalmers, on Monday, May 29, 1843

Sixth communication to the friends of the Church of Scotland, under the authority of the Provisional Committee constituted by the united Committees of the Convocation of Ministers and General Meeting of Elders, includes Dr Chalmers’ speech in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Fairly, 1843

Subscriptions for the erection of churches in connection with the Free Church of Scotland, according to a scheme proposed by the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, at a public breakfast given to him at Aberdeen, on Saturday, 9th September 1843, Edinburgh?, 1843?

The Church of Scotland’s Claim of Right, to which are prefixed the Speeches of Dr. Chalmers, Dr. Gordon, and Mr. Dunlop in the General Assembly, in support of the same, May 24, 1842, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1843

To the lay friends of the Church of Scotland, appeal for the creation of a fund to support a Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, given the seeming inevitability of a disruption in the Established Church, 1843?

The imitation of Christ, in three books, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, Thomas à Kempis, New York, Collins, Brother, & Co., 1844

Considerations on the economics of the Free Church of Scotland for 1844, Glasgow, Willliam Collins, 1844

Sermons and discourses, New York, Robert Carter, 1844, Vol.1 and Vol.2

Essays on Christian union, with others, London, Hamilton, Adams, & co., 1845

Sketches of Moral and Mental Philosophy, Their Connection with Each Other, and Their Bearings on Doctrinal and Practical Christianity, New York, R. Carter & Bros., 1845

Local missions, address by Dr. Chalmers to office-bearers and members of the Free Church, delivered in the Free Tron Church, Glasgow, on Friday evening, March 7, 1845, Glasgow, W.G. Blackie and Co., 1845

On the Economics of the Free Church of Scotland, Glasgow, William Collins 1845

Sustentation fund of the Free Church, address by Dr Chalmers, to elders, deacons, and collectors, of the Free Church, delivered in the Free Tron Church, Glasgow, on Wednesday evening, March 4, 1845, Glasgow, Free Church of Scotland, 1845

Sustentation Fund of the Free Church, address by Dr. Chalmers in the Free Church, Glasgow on March 4, 1845, from the Scottish Guardian, Glasgow

Churches and schools for the working classes, an address on the practicability of providing moral and religious education for the working population of large towns, as illustrated by the success which has attended the operations carried on in the West Port of Edinburgh, delivered 27th Dec. 1845, Edinburgh, J.D. Lowe, 1846

On the Evangelical Alliance, its design, its difficulties, its proceedings and its prospects with practical suggestions, Edinburgh, 1846

Welsh: Pregethau Seryddol, neu gyfres o bregethau ar grefydd ddatguddiedig yn ei chysylltiad a seryddiaeth ddiweddar [Astronomical Sermons …], translated by Griffith Parry, Caernarfon, H. Humphreys, 1846

An earnest appeal to the Free Church of Scotland on the subject of its economics, Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1847

Pecuniary support of religion by the State inconsistent with the kingly rights of Christ and the freedom of his Church, abridged from a pamphlet issued in 1843, with a letter from the late Dr. Chalmers, on perusing the two principal documents in the original edition, by the Associate (now United Presbyterian) Presbytery of Ireland, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1847?

Prospectus, signed at end (p.3 ) Thomas Chalmers, D.D. with others, a Plan for the establishment of preparatory schools or gymnasia, 1847?

Sermons on Interesting Subjects, R. Coutts, with a preface by Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

Some of the last words of Dr Chalmers, as to the means for maturing and consolidating the sustentation fund, D. Maitland Makgill Crichton, Edinburgh, J. D. Lowe, 1847

The fulness and freeness of the Gospel message, a sermon preached in Hanover Presbyterian Church, Brighton, on Sunday, May 16, 1847, Brighton, R. Folthorp, 1847

Circular letter, written in the hand of Thomas Chalmers, requesting information on numbers of theological students being trained within each presbytery, Edinburgh, 1847

Miscellanies, embracing reviews, essays, and addresses, New York, R. Carter, 1848

Discourses on the application of Christianity to the commercial & ordinary affairs of life, New York, Carter, 1848

Introductory essays to Select Christian Authors, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1848

The Parochial System without a Poor Rate, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable, 1848

First report of the Committee on Foreign Churches, with the speeches of Dr. Chalmers and others, delivered in the General Assembly of the Free Church, on 28th May 1845, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1845

The manual of family and private devotion, consisting of prayers, original and selected by James Cochrane, with a preface by the late Rev. Dr. Chalmers, Edinburgh, William Whyte and Company, 1848

Gaelic: Cumha an diadhair urramaich Dr. Thomas Chalmers, a chaochail anns a’ Bhliadhna 1847, agus da dhan spioradail Eile, Glasgow, D. Macvean, 1848

On the Incarnation of the Eternal Word, with a recommendatory notice by T. Chalmers, Marcus Dods, 1849

The efficacy of prayer consistent with the uniformity of nature, London, 1849. Reprinted in 1888 with additional title: Dr Dallinger answered.

A call to the unconverted, with an introductory essay, by Thomas Chalmers, Richard Baxter, New York, Leavitt & company, 1850

A series of discourses on the Christian revelation, viewed in connection with the modern astronomy, New York, American Tract Society, 185-?

On natural theology, New York, Robert Carter & Bros., 1850: Vol.1 and Vol.2

Sermons and discourses, now completed by the introduction of his posthumous sermons, New York, Robert Carter, 1850: Vol.1 and Vol.2

The Mound improvement, with a plan and elevations, also an appendix, containing correspondence with Dr Chalmers, Edinburgh, Black, 1850

The reign of grace from its rise to its consummation, Abraham Booth, with an introductory essay by Thomas Chalmers, New York, Robert Carter, 1854

Welsh: Teyrnasiad gras o’i ddechreu i’w ddiwedd [The reign of grace from its rise to its consummation], Llanidloes, O. and R. Mills, 1855

Welsh: Yr athrawiaeth o ragarfaethiad, sef, Traethawd ar Act. XXVII. 22, 31, yn mha un y dangosir y cysondeb sydd rhwng arfaeth Duw a dyledswydd dyn [The Doctrine of Predestination], translated by John Roberts, Llanrwst, W. Jones, 185-?

Lectures on the new heavens and new earth, in The time of the end, Boston, J.P. Jewett and company, 1856, p.251

On the miraculous and internal evidences of the Christian revelation,

and the authority of its records, New York, R. Carter & Bros., 1857: Vol.1 and Vol.2

Studies on Pascal, translated from the French by Thomas Smith, with an appendix of notes, partly taken from the writings of Lord Bacon and Dr. Chalmers, Alexandre Rodolphe Vinet, Edinburgh, T. and T. Clark, 1859

Lectures on the philosophy of the human mind, Thomas Brown, M.D., with a preface to the lectures on ethics, by Thomas Chalmers, London, Tegg, 1860

Sermons by the late Thomas Chalmers, illustrative of different stages in his ministry, New York, 1860

The Expulsive Power of a New Affection, a sermon, London, Hatchard & Co., 1861

Welsh: Seryddiaeth a’r Beibl, neu, gyfres o ddarlithiau ar grefydd ddatguddiedig yn ei pherthynas a seryddiaeth ddiweddar [Astronomy and the Bible], Wrexham, Hughes, 1871

Peace in believing, Romans 15:13, in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877

German: Ausgewählte Predigten und Casualreden [Selected Sermons and Occasional Speeches], Leipzig, 1891

The advice to Ulster of Scotland and Dr. Chalmers, Edinburgh, 1892

Problems of poverty, selections from the economic and social writings of Thomas Chalmers, arranged by Henry Hunter, search only, London, T. Nelson & sons, 1912

Fury not in God, Pensacola, Florida. Net Library, 199-?

Select sermons, with prefatory tribute by John G. Lorimer, D.D.

Dr. Chalmers’ opinion on the Sabbath question, Aberdeen?, Printed for W. and J. Bell

Correspondence with R. F. Gourlay

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.169, The Use of the Law; Vol.1, p.229, The Use of the Law; Vol.2, p.205, On the Smooth Things by which Men are apt to be Deceived; Vol.3, p.185, God is Love; Vol.3, p.237, God is Love; Vol.4, p.1, The Misery of the Unjust and Impure, and the Happiness of the Righteous and the Holy. For his contributions to the Edinburgh Encyclopedia see Vol.1, p.x

The British Pulpit, Vol.1, p. 40 , Immortality of the Soul; Vol.2, p. 287 , The Unpardonable sin

He gave evidence before the Committee on Sites (Scotland) – see the Report of this Committee from Question 6335 on p.119 of Third Report

Select works of Thomas Chalmers, edited by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1854-1857, Vol.1, Miscellanies; Vol.2, Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans; Vol.3, Sermons, 1 – including the Astronomical Discourses; Vol.4, Sermons, 2; Vol.5, Natural Theology. Lectures on Butler’s Analogy. Introductory Lectures, etc.; Vol.6, Evidences of the Christian revelation and lectures on Paley’s evidences;; Vol.7, Institutes of Theology, 1; Vol.8, Institutes of Theology, 2; Vol.9, Political Economy in connexion with the Moral State and Prospects of Society. With essays on cognate subjects; Vol.10, Christian and economic polity of a nation, with special reference to large towns;; Vol.11, Church and College Establishments, Church Extension, and the Parochial System; and Vol.12, Sketches of Moral and Mental Philosophy, Their Connexion with Each Other, and Their Bearings on Doctrinal and Practical Christianity, Introductory Essays, and Tracts and Essays

Posthumous works of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, edited by William Hanna, in nine volumes, Vol.1, Daily Scripture Readings, 1; Vol.2, Daily Scripture Readings, 2; Vol.3, Daily Scripture Readings, 3; Vol.4, Sabbath Scripture Readings, 1; Vol.5, Sabbath Scripture Readings, 2; Vol.6, Sermons; Vol.7, Institutes of Theology, 1; Vol.8, Institutes of Theology, 2 and Vol.9, Prelections on Butler’s Analogy
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Chalmers, Thomas

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.1, p. 328

Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Men of Fife, Chalmers, Thomas

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.9, William Garden Blaikie‎ ‎, Chalmers, Thomas

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Stewart J. Brown, Chalmers, Thomas (1780–1847), Church of Scotland minister and social reformer

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 22/7/1847, primarius professor of Divinity in New College at Edinburgh, residing at Morningside, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/67; 23/7/1847, DD, Principal and Primarius Professor of Divinity, New College, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/4

Faith and works contrasted and reconciled, in six letters to a Christian friend, containing remarks on a late address by Doctor Chalmers, and on other sentiments relative to the doctrine of grace, William Braidwood, Glasgow, Duncan 1816

Observations on two pamphlets, written by W. Braidwood and J. Walker, in opposition to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers’s Address to the inhabitants of the parish of Kilmany, Glasgow, 1816

The faith and hope of the gospel vindicated, a letter to a friend in Glasgow, containing brief remarks on Dr. Chalmers’s late address to the inhabitants of the Parish of Kilmany, John Walker, Glasgow, McFeat, 1816

A Free Critique on Dr. Chalmer’s Discourses on Astronomy, or, an English attempt to “grapple it” with Scotch sublimity, London, R. Hunter, 1817

Principles of Christian evidence illustrated, by an examination of arguments subversive of natural theology and the internal evidence of Christianity, advanced by Dr. T. Chalmers, in his “Evidence and authority of the “Christian Revelation”, Duncan Mearns, Edinburgh, A. Brown & Co., 1818

Two letters to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, on his proposal for increasing the number of churches in Glasgow, J. A. Haldane, Glasgow, 1818

A letter to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers of Glasgow, on the distinctive characters of the Protestant and Roman Catholic religions, occasioned by the publication of his sermon for the benefit of the Hibernian Society, Robert Burns, Paisley, Paisley, Stephen Young, 1818

A letter to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, occasioned by his Notice of Unitarians, in the appendix to his sermon on the death of Princess Charlotte, to which is subjoined, a statement of the evidence for Sir Isaac Newton’s Unitarianism, Benjamin Mardon, Glasgow, James Hedderwick, 1818

An examination of some of the astronomical and theological opinions of Dr Chalmers, as exhibited in a series on the Christian revelation, viewed in connection with the modern astronomy, with some remarks on the history of pulpit eloquence in Scotland, by a Scotish Presbyter, Henry Fergus, Edinburgh, Macredie, Skelly & Co., 1818

Remarks on a late publication of Dr. Chalmers, intituled “The influence of Bible Societies on the temporal necessities of the poor”, showing the dangerous tendency of some clauses in that work, by an old member of the committee of the British and Foreign Bible Society, London, 1818

Remarks on two articles in the Edinburgh Review, on the causes and cure of pauperism, Manchester, William Cowdroy, 1818

Genealogical and other notes on Fife and Angus families, compiled by Edward R Boase: Letter to Rev Dr. Samuel Martin, minister at Monimail, from Dr. Thomas Chalmers, in Glasgow, concerning the death of Mrs Martin, 19 March, 1818, NRS GD1/628/48; Letter to Mrs Meldrum from Dr Thomas Chalmers, who is on a trip to Dundee, NRS GD1/628/49

Review of Chalmers’ The Evidence and Authority of the Christian Revelation in The North-American Review and Miscellaneous Journal, Vol.7, No.21, 1818, JSTOR, pp.364–400

Remarks on the Edinburgh Christian Instructor’s Review of Dr. Mearns’ “Principles of Christian evidence,” with a proposal for publishing and circulating, under the sanction of the general assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, an improved edition of that review, humbly submitted to the consideration of Dr. Chalmers’ friends, Venusinus. London, R. Hunter, 1819

Plurality of worlds, or, Letters, notes & memoranda, philosophical and critical, occasioned by “A series of discourses on the Christian revelation, viewed in connection with the modern astronomy, by Thomas Chalmers”, Alexander Maxwell, London, printed for A. Maxwell, 1820

A letter to the editor of the Christian Instructor, on the subject of the overture concerning attendance in Divinity Halls, introduced by Dr. Chalmers in the last two General Assemblies, Edinburgh, James L. Huie, 1822

A letter to the Reverend Doctor Chalmers, showing, that the measure respecting irregular students of theology, which he proposed in the General Assembly of 1821, is unnecessary, unjust, and impolitic, by a member of the Church of Scotland, Glasgow, Jackson & Orr, 1822

Defence of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, addressed to the thinking and unprejudiced part of the inhabitants of Glasgow, Glasgow, Andrew Young, 1823

Reflections on the address of Dr. Chalmers to the Agency of St. John’s, Glasgow, containing his reasons for relinquishing the pastoral care of that parish, Glasgow, Richard Griffin & Co., 1823

A Reply to the Speeches of Dr. Chalmers and Dr. Macgill, in the Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, relative to the presentation of Dr. Macfarlane to the High Church of Glasgow, J. Somerville, Edinburgh, Alex. Macredie, 1824

Papers of the Scott Family of Harden, Lords Polwarth, Berwickshire: Translation by Charles Baillie of chapters 42-4 of 21st book of Livy, endorsed by Dr Thomas Chalmers, 20 January, 1825, NRS GD157/1738; Dr. Thomas Chalmers, St Andrews, to Charles Baillie, with two certificates of recipient’s attendance on classes at St. Andrews, 22nd June, 1826, NRS GD157/2557

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, on the subject of false peace, A. Macleod, Edinburgh, James Ballantyne and Co., 1826

The ninetieth oration delivered before the Christian Evidence Society, in their areopagus, Tuesday, January the 23rd, 1827, being a refutation of Dr. Chalmers’s Evidence and authority of the Christian revelation, chapter 3, Robert Taylor, London, J. Brooks, 1827

The astronomical doctrine of a plurality of worlds irreconcilable with the popular systems of theology, but in perfect harmony with the true Christian religion, being a lecture, delivered April 13, 1828, at the New Jerusalem Church, Cross Street, Hatton Garden, with an appendix including additional strictures on Dr. Chalmers, and other of the principal theological writers on the subject, Samuel Noble, London, J. S. Hodson, 1828

German: Proben schottischer Beredsamkeit, als Beitrage zur vergleichenden homiletik Uberfest und mit Unmerkungen herausgaben, Christ. Heinr. Friedr. Bialloblotsky, erstes haft welches reden enthalt von, Thomas Chalmers, etc., Hannover, G.M. Telgener, 1828

A cure for pauperism, proposed in a letter to the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., and recommended to public attention by Sir John Sinclair, Bart., Adam Thomson, Edinburgh, John Lothian, 1829

A letter to Dr. Chalmers, in reply to his speech in the Presbytery of Edinburgh, Henry Drummond, London, James Nisbet, 1829

The Roman Catholic claims, remarks on Dr Chalmers’s speech, and a letter to Mr. Peel, George Stanley Faber, Bristol, 1829

A letter addressed to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, occasioned by his frequent allusions to the “impregnable minds of certain conveners and councilmen,” on the subject of pauperism in the city of Glasgow, accompanied with official documents, Andrew Ranken, Glasgow, J. Hedderwick and Son, 1830

Applications for Churches, applications for church of Dalkeith from various ministers, proposers including the Rev Dr Thomas Chalmers, 1831, NRS GD224/688/4

A letter to the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., on the life and character of the Right Reverend Dr. Hobart, bishop of New York, North America, John Strachan, New York, Swords, Stanford, 1832

Letter to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, moderator of the last General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, on the extent of the powers which ought to be vested in the people, in the settlement of ministers, John Brown, Langton, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1833

Church Records: Two short notes from Dr Thomas Chalmers: to Dr Brunton, intends to be at the college meeting the following day, 8th February, 1833; to William Whyte, asks recipient to submit writer’s communication to Mr Blackwood and to let writer know the result of their conference, 25th December, 1834, NRS CH1/5/275

The critics criticised, with remarks on a passage in Dr. Chalmer’s Bridgewater treatise, John Minter Morgan, London, E. Moxon, 1834

A letter to the Rev. D. Simpson, minister of Trinity Parish, Aberdeen, on “the question of questions”, humbly submitted to the serious consideration of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers and others, Adelphos, Aberdeen, King, 1834

A reply to the chapter of Dr. Chalmers’ Bridgewater essay upon the ‘Affections which conduce to the economic well-being of society’, Edward Prichard, London, W. Dinmore, 1834

Letter to the Reverend Dr. Chalmers, on the late anti-patronage meeting at Glasgow, by a clergyman of the Church of Scotland, Glasgow, 1834

The might and mastery of the established church laid low, a review and refutation of the principal arguments of Drs. Inglis and Chalmers, by various voluntary assailants, Edinburgh, John Wardlaw, 1834

The Vitality of Unendowed Christianity, containing remarks on Dr. Chalmer’s State of the Controversy concerning Ecclesiastical Establishments, by a Lawyer, London, J. Dinnis, 1834

Church Records: Letter from Dr. Thomas Chalmers to William Stark, minister of Dirleton, containing circular letter on church accommodation, 21st July, 1834, NRS CH8/217

Church Records: Presbytery of Meigle – Circulars and printed papers: Topics includes church accommodation – circular from Thomas Chalmers, 1834, NRS CH2/263/42

Papers of Clerk family of Penicuik, Midlothian: Letters relating to Lord Aberdeen’s Non-Intrusion Bill, NRS GD18/3397; Letter to Sir George Clerk from Thomas Chalmers, as convener of the General Assembly Committee on church accommodation, enclosing a copy of a printed circular for the planting of new churches, 17th December, 1834, NRS GD18/4111; Letter to Sir George Clerk from Dr Thomas Chalmers stating that petitions would be sent to Parliament from various parts of Scotland for the extension of the church, 30th January, 1835, NRS GD18/4112

Papers of the Montague-Douglas-Scott Family, Dukes of Buccleuch: Letter from Dr Thomas Chalmers to the Duke of Buccleuch, for sites for Free churches at Wanlockhead and Canonbie, July 8, 1834, NRS GD224/367/6; Letter by Dr Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, to the Duke of Buccleuch, enclosing printed circular drawing attention to the Church of Scotland’s determination to promote a vigorous programme of Church building, to meet the need for increased accommodation. On behalf of the General Assembly’s committee, he asks for a donation from the Duke for this purpose. Copy reply by the Duke, dated 1 August 1834, declining, owing to heavy demands made on him for this purpose by the parish churches with which he is connected NRS GD224/667/7

Remarks on Dr Chalmers’ speech regarding the Government Church Commission, Scotus [Robert Peel Lamond], Edinburgh, Printed from the Scotsman Office, 1835

Letter to the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., Containing an Exposure of the Injurious Effects of the National Establishment on the Ministers and Members of the Church of Scotland, John Munro of Knockando, Glasgow, G. Gallie, 1835

The Church its own enemy, being an answer to the pamphlets of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, particularly to his aspersions on the town-council of Edinburgh, Adam Black, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 1835

Dr Chalmers’s newest invention plan for erecting 1280 churches on ultra-voluntary principles, Edinburgh?, c. 1835

Reminiscences of Chalmers and others, Joseph John Gurney, 1835?

Whigs and radicals: Lord John Russell’s exhortation, a letter to Dr Chalmers, on the subject of a grant of public money to the Scotch church etc., edited by J.A. Roebuck, London, Charles Ely, c.1835

Breadalbane Muniments: Dr Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, to Breadalbane, 6 May, 1835 Sends a letter for Mr Duff and thanks recipient for contribution towards their trust, public meetings in Edinburgh to demand Christian education of the people of Scotland, NRS GD112/39/415/3; Testificate by Dr Thomas Chalmers in favour of Mr James Cochrane, Burntisland, 1 July. 1840, NRS GD112/39/416/2; Dr Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, to Breadalbane, ‘I feel it right that your Lordship should know what we are doing in this quarter for the future sustentation of our Church should our endowments be taken away’, thanks for a visit to his humble mansion, the previous summer when he was out, 18 February, 1843, NRS GD112/39/416/13; Personal Correspondence, Dr Thomas Chalmers to Breadalbane, holograph, condolences on death of recipient’s mother, 5th October, 1845, NRS GD112/74/48; Letter from Dr Thomas Chalmers to Breadalbane, Sends a few documents that relate to affairs of the Free Church (wanting), 20th August, 1843, NRS GD112/77/2

Church Records: Edinburgh, St Mary’s Kirk Session – Miscellaneous papers including short note from Dr Thomas Chalmers to Mr Liddle, Scotland Street, thanking recipient for his excellent report upon St Mary’s session, 27th April, 1835, NRS CH2/139/184

Papers of the family of Stirling Home Drummond Moray of Abercairny, Perthshire: Letters to Henry Home Drummond on public and business affairs: Dr Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, explaining the reasons for seeking a £50 gift from subscribers to enable debt-free completion of the Dean Church for benefit of the poor and working classes, with an acknowledgement by Chalmers of Drummond’s subscription to the cause, 8th and 11th November, 1835, NRS GD24/1/528

Records of Pearson, Robertson, & Maconochie, WS: letter regarding the Royal Bounty, 1836, NRS GD266/126/2

A word more on the moderatorship, in a letter to the Rev. William Cunningham, of Trinity College, Edinburgh, by a bystander, Lord James Wellwood Moncreiff, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1837

Dr. Lee’s Refutation of the Charges Brought Against Him by the Rev. Dr Chalmers and Others, Edinburgh, W. Blackwood, 1837

What? and who says it? , an exposition of the statement that the established church “destroys more souls than it saves”, by Thomas Chalmers and others, in a letter to “one of the clergy who signed the late requisition to the Archdeacon of Worcester”, edited by John Search, Worcester, W. Ridge, 1837

Observations on the Conference of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers with Certain Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland, Robert Bell, Procurator for the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, 1837

The Messiah’s Deity Considered: a Letter of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers on the Importance of a Belief in Christ’s Deity, Together with Four Letters, Being Strictures on the Above, in Vindication of Bible Christianity, James Orr, Clonmel, Edward O’Neill, 1837

Statement in Answer to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers’ Pamphlet, on the Subject of the Moderatorship of the Next General Assembly, on the Part of the “Ministers and Elders” Therein Addressed, Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, 1837

A testimony and remonstrance regarding the moderatorship of next General Assembly, to which are added the declarations of several individuals who were present during the delivery of Dr. Lee’s evidence before His Majesty’s commissioners for religious instruction, John Bruce of St. Andrew’s Church, William Whyte and Co., 1837

Collection of pamphlets on the Established Church of Scotland, relating specifically to the Moderatorship controversy of 1836-37

Dr Lee’s refutation of the charges brought against him by the Rev. Dr Chalmers and others, in reference to the questions on church extension and university education, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1837

Dr. Lee’s additional refutation of the charges brought against him by the Rev. Dr. Chalmers and others, in reference to the questions on church extension and university education, Part II, Edinburgh, William Blackwood & Sons , 1837

Reply to the statement of certain ministers and elders, published in answer to Dr. Chalmers’s “Conference” on the subject of the moderatorship of the next general assembly, William Cunningham, Edinburgh, John Lindsay and Co., 1837

Statement in answer to Dr. Chalmers’ pamphlet on the subject of the moderatorship of the next General Assembly, Edinburgh, 1837

Supplement to the Edinburgh Courant of Saturday, May 20, 1837, re the controversy over the contest for the Moderatorship of the Church of Scotland

Applications for Churches, writers include the Rev William Ferrie, including a letter in his favour from Dr Thomas Chalmers, 14 August, 1837, NRS GD224/688/8

Welsh: Allwedd ysgrythyrawl, neu agoriad buddiol i’r dosparth athrawiaethol o’r ysgrythyrau [A Scriptural Key], translated by Owen Jones, Chester, E. Bellis, 1837

The Age of Leetle Men…”, scotch lecture, John Doyle, London, T. McLean, 1838

McHutchison’s strictures on Dr. Chalmers’ plan of church extension, McHutchison, Greenock, J. Lennox, 1838

Two lectures, in reply to the speeches of Dr. Chalmers on church extension, delivered in Greyfriars’ Church, 18th and 23rd October, 1838, David King, Glasgow, Robertson, 1838

Notes and remarks on lectures on the establishment and extension of national churches delivered in London by Thomas Chalmers, D.D., by a defender of the national establishmen, Edinburgh, Neill & Co. 1839

Papers of the Maule Family, Earls of Dalhousie: printed abstract of a speech by Dr. Thomas Chalmers in the General Assembly concerning the Auchterarder case, 1839, NRS GD45/13/374

Seaforth Papers: Letter by Dr Thomas Chalmers to Miss Augusta Mackenzie recommending the Rev Mr McVicar from Dundee for a clerical vacancy in Ceylon, 5th October, 1839, NRS GD46/9/15; Memorial by the Glasgow North American Colonial Society to the Secretary of State for the Colonies regarding the religious state of Highland emigrants on Cape Breton Island with a letter of support by Thomas Chalmers, 7th July, 1834, NRS GD46/11/7; Memorials, circulars and other printed material by committees of the General Assembly on endowments and church accommodation, relating to church accommodation and proposing state endowment of churches, including two letters by Dr Thomas Chalmers, to J. A. Stewart Mackenzie, 1834-1835 NRS GD46/12/68; Personal correspondence, Augusta Mackenzie to Mary Stewart Mackenzie, her sister, mentions Dr Chalmers and the church extension scheme, 5th March, 1839, NRS GD46/15/94

A newspaper cutting on the the Earl of Aberdeen’s correspondence with the Rev. Dr. Chalmers and the secretaries of the Non-Intrusion Committee, from a correspondent, Edinburgh?, 1840

A letter to the moderator of the Church of Scotland, on the functions and responsibilities of the pastoral office, in regard to the settlement of ministers, occasioned by the present church question, Adam Duncan Tait, Edinburgh, Thomas Paton, 1840

Reply to Dr Chalmers’ objections to an improvement of the legal provision for the poor in Scotland, William Pulteney Alison, Edinburgh, William Blackwood and Sons, 1841

Letters to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham and the Rev. Thomas Chalmers on the poor law question, Herbert Smith, London, Rivington, 1841

A Letter to the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D. on the present position of church affairs in Scotland, and the causes which have led to it, George Douglas Campbell, Duke of Argyll, Edinburgh, W. Whyte & Company, 1842

Letter to Dr. Chalmers on the Liberum Arbitrium, with additional remarks, by an Elder of the Church, John Johnstone?, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Fairly, 1842

A Letter to the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D. on the present position of church affairs in Scotland, and the causes which have led to it, George Douglas Campbell Duke of Argyll, 1823-1900, Edinburgh, W. Whyte & Co., 1842

Letter to Dr. Chalmers on the Liberum arbitrium, with additional remarks, John Johnstone, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Fairly, 1842

Review of Chalmers’ On Natural Theology: in The North American Review, Vol.54, No.115, 1842, JSTOR, pp.356–397

A letter to Thomas Chalmers, D.D., and Rev. Thomas Guthrie, on the question of co-operation with dissenters, with special reference to the case of Rev. W.L. Alexander, of Edinburgh, Peter Hateley Waddell, Edinburgh, William Ritchie, 1843

Picture, c.1843

A Letter to Dr. Chalmers, on the Organization of a Free Presbyterian Church, by the Son of a Clergyman, Thomas Paton, 1843

A letter to the rev. Thomas Chalmers, Gnesios, 1843

A letter to the F.P.C. of Scotland, in which is brought to their notice, a new and easy mode by which the necessary funds can be raised for the erection of the churches and maintenance of the clergymen of the F.P.C., respectfully dedicated to the Rev. Dr T. Chalmers, Edinburgh?, 1843?

Continuous remarks condemnatory of Dr. Chalmers’s convocation sermon, John Virtue, Glasgow, 1843

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents: Taymouth, Draft letter, Breadalbane to Dr Chalmers, Terms of payment of £1000 subscribed for building the Free College. September 14, 1845, NRS GD112/51/227

Sinclair of Ulbster Letter Books, Correspondence with Chalmers, about 20 letters, 1823-1846, NRS RH4/49/6

Letter to Thomas Chalmers on the present position of the Free Church of Scotland, by a Free Church Presbyterian, James Wright, Edinburgh, Q. Dalrymple, 1844

Church Records: Printed circular, personally signed by Thomas Chalmers, addressed to Mr R. Gentile, Kincardine, about the appointment of regular and ordained ministers, 21st June, 1844, NRS CH3/1019/10

Letter to Thomas Chalmers on “Co-operation without incorporation” , by a Free Church presbyterian, Edinburgh, Quintin Dalrymple, 1845

Picture, 1843-47

Farewell letter of Dr. Merle d’Aubigné to Dr. Chalmers, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1845

The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, and the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, on Christian fellowship with slaveholders, an address by the Glasgow Emancipation Society, to Christians of all denominations, but especially to members of the Free Church of Scotland, Glasgow, D. Russell, 1845

Letter of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, on American slave-holding, with remarks by the Belfast Anti-Slavery Committee, Belfast, J. Mullen, 1846

The Dissolution of the American Union, Demanded by Justice and Humanity, as the Incurable Enemy of Liberty, with a Letter to Rev. Drs. Chalmers, Cunningham, and Candlish, on Christian Fellowship with Slaveholders, and a Letter to the Members of the Free Church, Recommending Them to Send Back the Money Obtained from Slaveholders to Build Their Churches and Pay Their Ministers, Addressed to the Abolitionists of Great Britain and Ireland, Henry Clarke Wright, Chapman, Brothers, & Company, for the Glasgow Emancipation Society, and Hibernian Anti-slavery Society, 1846

Dr Chalmers’s letter on, Christian fellowship with slaveholders, Anti-slavery Reporter, Edinburgh, Charles Ziegler, 184-?

The Free Kirk and her boy Tammy, regarding the Free Church’s acceptance of slaveholders’ money, Edinburgh, Sanderson, 1846?

He Being Dead Yet Speaketh”, a Sermon, preached in the Territorial Church, West Port, Edinburgh, on June 6, 1847, being the Sabbath Immediately Following the Death of Thomas Chalmers, William King Tweedie, Edinburgh, John Johnstone,1847

A discourse commemorative of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D, delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, United States, on Sabbath evening, June 27, 1847, William B. Sprague, with a letter from Dr. Chalmers to an American clergyman, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

Man’s Best Eulogy After Death, a Sermon, preached Before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, June 6, 1847, being the Sabbath Immediately After the Funeral of Thomas Chalmers, James Sieveright, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

The homage of the wise men to Christ, a sermon, preached after the death of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers on the 6th of June, 1847, Dugald Stewart Williamson, Edinburgh, Myles Macphail, 1847

The teacher from the tomb, a discourse on the life and character of the late Dr. Chalmers, William Gibson, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

A Discourse of the Qualities and Worth of Thomas Chalmers, Late Principal and Primarius Professor of Theology in the New College, Edinburgh, of which the Substance was Read in Argyle Square Chapel, Edinburgh, on Sunday, the 13th June 1847, William Lindsay Alexander, Edinburgh, John D. Lowe, 1847

“The chariot of Israel, and the horsemen thereof”, a discourse delivered in the Free Church at Hawick, after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, J.A. Wallace, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

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, David Couper, Burntisland, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

A Discourse on Matthew 25:15, commemorative of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, with a letter from Dr. Chalmers to an American Clergyman William Buell Sprague, Albany, New York, 1847

A sermon preached in Morningside Free Church, June 6, 1847, being the Sabbath immediately after the funeral of Thomas Chalmers, John Bruce, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

A tribute to the memory of Dr. Chalmers by a former pupil, James McCosh, Brechin, David Burns, 1847

Biographical sketch of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., John Douglas, Glasgow, Bell and Bain, 1847

Discourse on the life and character of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., delivered in the chapel of the Theological Seminary, Andover, July 18, and in the Kirk Street Congregational Church in Lowell, August 23, 1847, B. B. Edwards, Andover, W. H. Wardwell, 1847

Elegy on the death of Thomas Chalmers, Robert Wilson, Glasgow, David Robertson, 1847

Elijah’s translation, a sermon, preached in Chalmers’ Territorial Church, West Port, on June 6, 1847, being the Sabbath immediately following the death of Thomas Chalmers, William Tasker, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

Funeral of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, in a letter to a friend, by an Englishman, T. J., Edinburgh, J. Greig, 1847

Sons of thunder, A tribute to the memory of Alexander Vinet and Thomas Chalmers, Robert Turnbull, Hartford, Brockett & Fuller, 1847

Statue of Dr Chalmers proposed to be erected within the New College, Edinburgh, 1847?

The life and writings of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, Henry Davis, London, Gilbert, 1847

The Rev. Thomas Chalmers, his character, life, and labours, a sermon preached in Hanover Presbyterian Church, Brighton, on Sabbath, June 13, 1847, Alexander J. Ross, Brighton, Arthur Wallis, 1847?

The righteous man taken away from the evil to come, a tribute to the memory of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, John G. Lorimer, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1847

Tribute to the memory of the Rev. T. Chalmers, William McCome, Belfast, printed at the Banner of Ulster Office, 1847

Two discourses on the character of Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., Daniel Sharp, Worcester, Samuel Chism, 1847?

Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., in 4 parts, Edinburgh?, issued by the Publication Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, 1848

The character of the late Thomas Chalmers, and the lessons of his life, from personal recollections, Thomas Smyth, Charleston, S.C., Southern Christian Advocate, 1848

A tribute to the memory of Dr. Chalmers, being the substance of a lecture delivered at the commencement of the present session in the New College, Edinburgh, James Buchanan, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1848

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

Picture, stipple engraving by H. T. Ryall, 1848, after A. Claudet

Stray leaves from a poet’s note-book, containing verses commemorative of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., and other pieces, by M.E., Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1849

Church Records: Newscuttings regarding the published works of Thomas Chalmers, 1849-1850, NRS CH1/5/293

Dr Chalmers in A history of Edinburgh from the earliest period to the completion of the half century 1850, with brief notices of eminent or remarkable individuals, John Anderson, Edinburgh and London, A. Fullarton & Co., 1856, p.526

Report by the treasurer of Dr. Chalmers’s territorial church and schools, Westport, Edinburgh, submitted to the contributors, William Marshall, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

Reminiscences of Thomas Chalmers, John Anderson, Edinburgh, J. Nichol, 1851

Dr Chalmers in A first gallery of literary portraits, Gilfillan, George, 1813-1878, Edinburgh, J. Hogg, 1851 p.72

Memoirs of the life and writings of Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, Sutherland and Knox, 1850-52, Vol.1; Vol.2; Vol.3 and Vol.4

Review of Hanna’s Memoir of the Life and Writings of Thomas Chalmers in The North American Review, Vol.75, No. 157, 1852, JSTOR, pp.489–529

Life of Thomas Chalmers, edited by James C. Moffat, Cincinnati, Moore, Anderson, Wilstach & Keys, 1853

Chalmeriana, or, Colloquies with Dr. Chalmers, Joseph John Gurney, London, Richard Bentley 1853

The Glasgow Chalmers endowments, Glasgow, D. Bryce, 1853

Thomas Chalmers D.D., in Illustrious personages of the nineteenth century, New York, Stringer & Townsend, 1853, p.13

Hell demolished, heaven gained, science triumphant, Moses, the old Jew, on his back, and the Almighty vindicated against the pretentions and falsehoods of men; Thomas Chalmers against J. Arlington Bennet, New York, 1855

Clerical misrule, The voice of Chalmers on church offices and finance, Edinburgh, Jack, 1855

Dr. Chalmers’ views regarding an established church and the disruption, Edinburgh, T. and A. Constable, 1855??

Thomas Chalmers in The great and good, illustrated in six sketches, D. Alcock, London, 1855

French: Vie du Dr Thomas Chalmers [Life of Dr Chalmers], extracted from Hanna’s Memoirs, 1856

Address delivered at the conclusion of the session of the New College, Edinburgh, 1st April, 1857, containing animadversions upon a recent review of the works of Dr. Chalmers, William Cunningham, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1857

Dr Chalmers, in Essays: biographical, historical, and miscellaneous, contributed chiefly to the Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews, G. R. Gleig, London, Longman, 1858, Vol.1, p.1

Thomas Chalmers in Biography of Eminent Christians, London, R.T.S., 1856-69

Poets and preachers of the nineteenth century, four lectures biographical and critical on Wordsworth, Montgomery, Hall, and Chalmers, Alexander S. Patterson, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1862

Brief biographies of the Rev. John Williams, Dr. Chalmers, Dr. Kitto, and Professor G. Wilson, James Malcolm, Luton, 1862

A memoir of the Christian labors, Pastoral and philanthropic of Thomas Chalmers, Francis Wayland, Boston, Gould and Lincoln, 1864

Burning and shining lights; or, Memoirs of eminent ministers, Robert Steel, T. Nelson and Sons, London, 1864: Thomas Chalmers, Preacher, Philosopher and Divine

Dr Thomas Chalmers, in Sketches of eloquent preachers, J. B. Waterbury, New York, The American Tract Society, 1864, p.101

French: Le Christianisme et le libre examen: Discussion des arguments apologétiques de Grotius … T. Chalmers, Mary Docteur, Paris, 1864

Afrikaans: Levensschets van Thomas Chalmers, in leven hoogleeraar en predikant in Schotland [Sketch of Chalmers’ Life], abridged and translated into Afrikaans from Hanna’s Memoirs, Cape Town, N.H. Marais, 1865

Thomas Chalmers, a lecture, John Cairns, London?, between 1860 and 1869?

Thomas Chalmers, D.D., a biographical notice, Edward Bannerman Ramsay, Edinburgh, William P. Nimmo, 1867

Our financial system for the support of the ministry, Dr. Chalmers’ “visionary anticipations” realized, Edinburgh, issued by the Fee Church’s Sustentation Fund Committee, 1868

The City improvements: a plea for sanitary reform among the lapsed masses of Edinburgh, with notes on sanitary reform by Dr. Chalmers etc., David Lewis, Edinburgh, 1868

The late Dr. Chalmers on the establishment principle and Irish Protestantism, with some ‘forgotten chapters’ of Free Church history, James Begg, Edinburgh, National Protestant Union, 1868

Reminiscences of Dr. Chalmers in St. Andrews, William Lothian

Dr. Chalmers’s views on incorporative union between the non-established Presbyterian Churches, the substance of a speech delivered at the Free Church meeting in the Music Hall, on Wednesday evening, the 22d February 1871, John Mackenzie, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1871

Dr. Chalmers on Voluntaryism versus the present Free Church, Edinburgh, Lyon & Gemmel, 1874?

Memorials of St. John’s Congregation, Glasgow, Established and Free, William Keddie, F.R.S.E., one of the elders, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1874

Dr. Chalmers on voluntaryism and the duty of the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, between 1870 and 1879?

Thomas Chalmers, the man, his times, and work, a biographical sketch, Andrew James Symington, Ardrossan, Arthur Guthrie, 1878

Thomas Chalmers, a biographical study, James Dodds, Edinburgh, W. Oliphant, 1879

Thomas Chalmers, his life and its lessons, Norman L. Walker, London, T. Nelson, 1880

Centenary of Dr Thomas Chalmers, full report of celebration meeting in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Review and Reformer Offices, 1880?

Life of Thomas Chalmers, Jean L. Watson, Edinburgh, J. Gemmell, 1881

Mr. Carlyle and Dr. Chalmers, extracted from Good Words (July 1881), London, Isbister and Company, 1881

Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., Donald Fraser, New York, A.C. Armstrong and Son, 1882

Dr Chalmers in Horae Subsecivae, John Brown, Edinburgh, D. Douglas, 1882, Vol.2, p.111

Thomas Chalmers, Donald Macleod, in, Scottish Divines, 1883

Thomas Chalmers, Daniel Wise, New York, Phillips & Hunt, 1883

The Disruption and other studies, biographical, philosophical, and theological, original and translated, William Nicolson. London, Elliot Stock, 1883

Chalmers by W.C. Smith, and Chalmers – A Fragment by H. Wellwood Moncreiff, in The evangelical succession, a course of lectures delivered in Free St. George’s Church, Edinburgh, 1883-84, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1884 p.291

Thomas Chalmers in Leaders in modern philanthropy, William Garden Blaikie, New York, American Tract Society, 1885, p.82

Thomas Chalmers in The Scottish pulpit from the reformation to the present day, William M. Taylor, London, C. Burnet, 1887, p.185

Thomas Chalmers, A. Taylor Innes, London, The Religious Tract Society, 1888?A

Personal reminiscences and biographical sketches, James Dodds, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1888: Thomas Chalmers

Men worthy to lead, being lives of Thomas Chalmers and others, Peter Bayne, London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1890

A Scottish hero, the story of Dr. Chalmers, written for young people, Frances E. Cooke, London, Swan Sonnenschein & Co., 1891

The later “church and state” opinions of Dr. Chalmers, a letter addressed to a correspondent, S. Williamson, M.P., Kilmarnock, John Menzies & Co., 1891

Thomas Chalmers, preacher, philosopher, and statesmen, Mrs. Oliphant, London, Methuen, 1893

Thomas Chalmers, W. Garden Blaikie, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1896

Thoughts on the life of Dr. Chalmers, London, Monthly Tract Society, 1896

Review of Thomas Chalmers by W. Garden Blaikie: J. W. Moncrief, The American Journal of Theology, Vol.2, No.1, 1898, JSTOR, pp. 188–189

Chalmers on charity, a selection of passages and scenes to illustrate the social teaching and practical work of Thomas Chalmers, arranged and edited by N. Masterman, search only, Westminster, A. Constable and Co., 1900

A Half Century after Thomas Chalmers, Charles R. Henderson, in The American Journal of Theology, Vol.4, No. 1, 1900, JSTOR, pp.49–63

Chalmers on charity, a selection of passages and scenes to illustrate the social teaching and practical work of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., arranged and edited by N. Masterman, Westminster, A. Constable, 1900

Review of Chalmers’ The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns: Henry C. Sheldon, in The American Journal of Theology, Vol.5, No.1, 1901, JSTOR, pp.193–194

Review of Chalmers’ The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns: L. A. Crandall, in American Journal of Sociology, Vol.7, No.1, 1901, JSTOR, pp.130–131

Thomas Chalmers in Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections, William Knight, p.15, Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903

The church case, gleanings from Chalmers and other leaders, compiled by Adam Philip, Edinburgh, MacNiven & Wallace, 1904

Picture, plate to ‘The British Monthly’, September, 1904

The Church of 1843: Dr Chalmers’ ideal versus a new celtic Free Church, J. Hay Thorburn, Leith, Charles Thomson, 1908

Thomas Chalmers in Makers of the Scottish church, W. Beveridge, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1908, p.183

How best to reduce the rates or, Dr. Chalmers and the Elberfeld system of poor relief, Glasgow, F.F. & Arthur Wilson, 1909

Former principals of the New College, Edinburgh, inaugural address, Alexander Whyte, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1909

The social ideal and dr [T.] Chalmers’ contribution to Christian economics, James Wilson Harper, Edinburgh, 1910

Dr. Chalmers and the poor laws, a comparison of Scotch and English pauperism and evidence before the Committee of the House of Commons , Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1911

The opinions of Dr. Chalmers concerning political economy and social reform, compiled from his writings by Grace Chalmers Wood, Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1912

Dr. Chalmers, an address delivered on April 14, 1915 in commemoration of the centenary of his first connection with Glasgow, Lord Rosebery, Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1915

Plans (2) of part of George Street, showing location of statue of Thomas Chalmers, 1920, NRS RHP14177

Thomas Chalmers, apostle of union, Adam Philip, London, J. Clarke, 1929

The published writings of Dr. Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847), a descriptive list, compiled by Hugh Watt, Edinburgh, 1943

Thomas Chalmers and the Disruption, Hugh Watt, Edinburgh, Nelson, 1943

The triumvirate of political economists in St. Andrews, an inaugural address, James W. Nisbet, Oxford, printed at the University, 1947

Thomas Chalmers as preacher, G. D. Henderson, Princeton, Theology Today, 1947

The impact of the French Revolution on Scottish religious life and thought, with special reference to Thomas Chalmers, Robert Haldane and Neil Douglas, William Matthews Kirkland, 1951

Thomas Chalmers, the Free Church of Scotland, and the South, edited by George Shepperson, Houston, Southern Historical Association, 1951

Dutch: Thomas Chalmers en zijn kerkelijk streven [Thomas Chalmers and his church work], Nijkerk, 1954

Thomas Chalmers bicentenary exhibition, Catalogue, New College, Edinburgh, 1980

Thomas Chalmers and Ireland, a bicentenary lecture, R.F.G. Holmes, Belfast, The Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 1980

Thomas Chalmers and the mission of the Church, W.J. Roxborogh, Wellington, Presbyterian Historical Society, 1980

Thomas Chalmers and the revival of the church, Iain H. Murray, Edinburgh, The Banner of Truth Trust, 1980

Thomas Chalmers, a short appreciation, W.M. Mackay, Edinburgh, Knox Press, 1980

Thomas Chalmers F.R.S.E. (1780-1847), Kathy Stephen, Edinburgh, History of Medicine and Science Unit, University of Edinburgh, 1981

Checklist of Thomas Chalmers’ manuscripts in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow, The Department, 1982

German: Das Denken von Thomas Chalmers im kirchen- und sozialgeschichtlichen Kontext, Friedhelm Voges, Frankfurt am Main, P. Lang, 1984

Report on the correspondence and papers of Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847), theologian, London, Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts for New College Library, Edinburgh, 1985

The Practical and the pious, essays on Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847), edited by A.C. Cheyne, Edinburgh, Saint Andrew, 1985

Thomas Chalmers’ poor relief theories and their implementation in the early nineteenth century, Mary Theresa Furgol, 1987

The doctrine of Holy Scripture in the Free Church Fathers, Nicholas R. Needham, Edinburgh, Rutherford House, c.1991

On political economy, with McCulloch’s review in the Edinburgh Review, 1832, The supreme importance of a right moral to a right economical state of the community, London, Routledge/Thoemmes Press, 1995

Thomas Chalmers, enthusiast for mission, the Christian good of Scotland and the rise of the missionary movement, Edinburgh, published for Rutherford House by Paternoster Press, 1999

Picture

Thomas Chalmers in Famous boys and famous men, New York, Hurst & Co., p.254

A Machinery for the moral elevation of a town population: Church Extension in Glasgow, 1800-1843, Allan Lafferty, University of Glasgow, 2008

Thomas Chalmers – Visionary Pastor in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010.

The apologetics of Thomas Chalmers, the influences, methods, and effects of Chalmers’ rebuttals to objections to Christianity, Steven C. Adamson, University of Aberdeen, 2013

The pilgrimage and conversion of Thomas Chalmers, following his journey from Anstruther to Glasgow, David C. Jackson, Oxford, Peter Lang, 2018

Biographical Sketches. No. I. The Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., John M’Kenzie, of Ratho, from the August number of Evangelical Christendom,

Church Records: Kilmany Parish Church – Life of Thomas Chalmers, includes a time line of Chalmers’ life and a history of his education and the early part of his ministry, NRS CH2/1546/23

Drummond Castle Papers: Letters relative to visit of the queen and prince to Drummond Castle: A. de Este to Lady ‘Willey’ [Willoughby], on hearing Dr Chalmers preach, a capital sermon but rather long for Lady Morton who is shortly to be confined, NRS GD160/584

Papers of the Sinclair Family of Freswick, Caithness: Letters to William Sinclair of Freswick, latterly resident in Torquay: Letter from Dr Thomas Chalmers, in Edinburgh, concerning presentation to the parish of Canisbay, NRS GD136/524

Papers of the Sinclair Family, Earls of Rosslyn: Correspondence of Earl of Rosslyn concerning candidates for the vacant charge of second minister of Dysart. He chooses Mr John Thomson, who is knowledgeable of Dr Chalmers’ system of Parochial Management. Including Letters from Chalmers, NRS GD164/1234

Picture: JSTOR

Picture: JSTOR

Brown, Stewart J., Scottish Church History Society, The Disruption and urban poverty; Thomas Chalmers and the West Port operation in Edinburgh, 1844-47

Davies, Gareth, Scottish Church History Society, Dr. Chalmers and the University of GlasgowGareth Davies and Lionel A. Ritchie

Maciver, Iain F., Scottish Church History Society, I did not seek but was sought after; the election of Thomas Chalmers to the Chair of Divinity at Edinburgh University, October 1827

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Adamson, Steven C.; Awarding Body: University of Aberdeen; Awarded: 2014: The apologetics of Thomas Chalmers : the influences, methods, and effects of Chalmers’ rebuttals to objections to Christianity

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Baxter, Paul; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1985: Science and belief in Scotland, 1805-1868 : the Scottish Evangelicals

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Campbell, Keith Alexander; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1999: Free Church of Scotland and the territorial ideal, 1843-1900

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Furgol, Mary Theresa; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1987: Thomas Chalmers’ poor relief theories and their implementation in the early nineteenth century

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Huie, Wade Prichard; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1949: The theology of Thomas Chalmers

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Kirkland, W. M.; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1951: The impact of the French Revolution on Scottish religious life and thought, with special reference to Thomas Chalmers, Robert Haldane and Neil Douglas

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Lafferty, Allan G. M.; Awarding Body: University of Glasgow; Awarded: 2008; : ‘A machinery for the moral elevation of a town population’ : church extension in Glasgow, 1800-1843

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Roxborogh, William John; Awarding Body: University of Aberdeen; Awarded: 1978: Thomas Chalmers and the mission of the Church with special reference to the rise of the missionary movement in Scotland

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CHALMERS, WILLIAM

 

Publications – by him

On the power of the civil magistrate in matters of religion, Ayr, Printed at the Western Watchman office, 184-?

Speech delivered at a meeting of the Presbytery of Ayr, held on the 7th December, 1842, by the Rev. William Chalmers, Minister of Dailly, in reply to the Rev. Dr. McQuhae of St. Quivox and Rev. J. Stewart of Sorn, Ayr, Printed at the Western Watchman office, 1842?

The Church Question, Nos. 1-3, by a Friend of the People, that is, William Chalmers, Ayr, McCormick & Gemmell, 1843

The blade and the ear; a narrative of the conversion and death of E.G., London, James Nisbet and Co., 1852

The nature of Christian union in Christian union, p.25, six addresses delivered at the first meeting of the Bayswater Ministerial Union, London, James B. Sumner, W. Macintosh, 1863

Life of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson), Robert Lewis Dabney, edited by William Chalmers, London, James Nisbet, 1864-66, Vol.1 and Vol.2

Sermons preached in the Presbyterian Church, Grovenor Square, Manchester by the Rev. Professor Chalmers, D.D., and Rev. John A.Gardiner, B.A., on 7th November, 1869, the Sabbath following the death of the late Rev. Alexander Munro, D.D. Manchester, W. Wilson, 1870

 

Publications – about him

Obituary Notice on this web-site: William Chalmers

Testimonials in behalf of the Rev. William Chalmers, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

 

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CLASON, PATRICK

 

Publications – by him

Considerations on the propriety of erecting the chapels of ease in the parish of St. Cuthbert into parish churches, and on the necessity of increasing the church accommodation, Edinburgh, William Blackwood, 1833

To the reverend the Presbytery of Edinburgh, the respectful memorial of the ministers of the chapels of ease within the parish of St. Cuthbert, 1833?

Testimonials for the Rev. Patrick Clason, Minister of Buccleuch Church, Edinburgh, a candidate for the Professorship of Divinity in St. Mary’s College, St. Andrews, by Thomas Chalmers, Edinburgh, University Press, 1835

Exposure of the false principles contained in the statement published by the Scottish Central Board of Dissenters, Edinburgh, T. Constable for Fraser and Co., 1835

Strictures on the statement of the Central Board of Scottish Dissenters, in a series of letters to Bailie M’Laren, in two Letters, Edinburgh, Fraser and Co., 1835

Speech in the presbytery of Edinburgh, 28th January 1835, on a motion regarding a suitable provision for the ministers of the Gospel in the new and extended burghs of Scotland, Edinburgh, William Blackwood & Sons, 1835

The harmony between Christ’s mediatorial offices, a sermon preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge at their anniversary meeting in the High Church of Edinburgh on Thursday, June 7, 1838, Edinburgh, Printed for the Society, 1839

Private circular on the motion to exclude quoad sacra ministers from taking part in elections, signed by Clason with others, March, 1843, Edinburgh, 1843

Pastoral address by the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, by Free Church of Scotland, General Assembly, Edinburgh, 1843

To the people of Scotland in general, and in particular to the friends of the Church of Christ throughout the land, the affectionate representation of ministers and elders lately connected with the established Church of Scotland, in solemn assembly met, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Fairly, 1843

Pastoral address by the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Glasgow?, 1848

Free Church of Scotland, special collection to be made in behalf of the Free Church of the Canton de Vaud, on Sabbath, 9th July, 1848, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1848?

The stone of help, a discourse preached at the closing of the old church, Edinburgh, 1850?

Two sermons, preached in the Free High Church, Edinburgh, on Sabbath, November 6, 1853, after the funeral of the late Robert Gordon, D.D., Edinburgh, 1853

Letter from Acting Committee of the General Committee on Colonial Churches, offering the Rev. Haining a Church in Adelaide as well as suggesting arrangements for his support in Adelaide, should he accept

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.3, p.281, Our Lord’s Voluntary Surrender of his Life to God the Father
 

Publications – about him

Obituary Notice on this web-site: Patrick Clason

Disruption Worthies on this website: Clason, Patrick

The late Rev. Patrick Clason, D.D., Edinburgh, T. Nelson and Sons, 1867?

Considerations on the Propriety of erecting the Chapels of Ease in the Parish of St. Cuthbert into Parish Churches, a review, extracted from a periodical, 1834

Review of Speech in the Presbytery of Edinburgh, 28th January 1835, Edinburgh?, 1835?

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 23/12/1867, Doctor of Divinity, Minister of Buccleuch Free Church, residing in Buccleuch Place of Edinburgh, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/137; Trust Disposition & S, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/112

Court of Session: Bill Chamber, Processes in Actions of Suspension and Interdict: William Crawfurd: Suspension & Interdict: Respondent: Rev. Patrick Clason, D.D., & Others, 1843, NRS CS275/5/35; Gordon Brown & Others: Note &c. in Suspension & Interdict.: Respondent: Rev. Dr. Patrick Clason, 1844, NRS CS275/6/262

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COOK, ARCHIBALD

 

Publications – by him

Correspondence, etc, between the Rev. Archibald Cook of the North Church, Inverness, and the secretary of the Inverness Total Abstinence Society, relative to certain expressions used by that reverend gentleman against the total abstinence cause, Inverness, Hutchinson, 1842

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth endowment, 6th May, 1845, NRS GD112/51/191

Notes of Communion sermons preached at Dunnet, Caithness, in the years 1861-62, Bruan?, Church of Scotland?, 1862?

Gaelic: An tiodhlac do-labhairt [The Unspeakable Gift], Glasgow, 1868

Notes of a Gaelic sermon preached by Archibald Cook, Glasgow, 1868

Memoirs and letters of Rev. Finlay Cook and of Rev. Archibald Cook, Inverness, 1895

Gaelic: Searmoin , Inverness, printed at the Northern Chronicle Office

Sermon, Inverness, John MacPherson, 1922

Gaelic: Searmoin Ghaidhlig, Glasgow, Alexander MacLaren and Sons, 1946
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 2/7/1866, Minister of Free Church of Daviot, Inverness Sheriff Court, NRS SC29/44/13

Campbell, Norman, One of Heaven’s Jewels: Rev. Archibald Cook of Daviot and the (Free) North Church, Inverness, Published privately, 2nd edition, 2011

Campbell, Norman, Scottish Church History Society, Church extension and division in 1830s Inverness: the East Church and the Rev. Archibald Cook

 

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CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM

 

Publications – by him

A Few Plain Observations on the Enactment of the General Assembly 1834, relating to Patronage and Calls, by George Cook, a review, extracted from the Church of Scotland Magazine, attributed in a MS. note to William Cunningham, 1834

The Clergy and Parishes of the Kirk of Scotland, arranged alphabetically, with the patrons, post towns, and population of each parish … Edinburgh, 1833, a review, extracted from a periodical, attributed in a manuscript note to William Cunningham, 1834

Lecture on the nature and lawfulness of union between church and state, delivered at Edinburgh on the 27th November, 1834, being the first of a series of lectures, at the request of “The Edinburgh Young Men’s Association for the promoting the interests of the Church of Scotland”, Edinburgh, Fraser & Co., 1835

On the parables of our Saviour, Edinburgh?, 1836

Reply to the Statement of Certain Ministers and Elders published in answer to Dr. Chalmers’s “Conference” on the subject of the Moderatorship of the next General Assembly, Edinburgh, John Lindsay & Company, 1837

On justification, and the merits of good works, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1837

Letter to John Hope, Esq., occasioned by his letter to the Lord Chancellor on the present claims of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Lindsay & Company, 1839

Speech on the Independence of the Church, in reference particularly to the present state of the Auchterarder case, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1839

Review of pamphlets on the commemoration of the General Assembly 1638, from the Presbyterian Review for April, 1839, Edinburgh, Balfour & Jack, 1839

The word of God the only rule of faith and practice, a discourse, Edinburgh?, 1839?

The objects, nature, and standard of ecclesiastical authority, a lecture delivered on 28th November, 1839, Edinburgh?, J. Johnstone, 1839?

Strictures on the Rev. James Robertson’s Observation Upon the Veto Act, Part 1, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1840

Perhaps Court of Session: Unextracted processes: William Cunningham and others v Candlish and others: Petition and complaint, 1842, NRS CS230/C/16/23; William Cunningham and others v Presbytery of Irvine and others, 1840, NRS CS237/C/18/52

Tracts on the intrusion of ministers, No. VIII, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840?

Defence of the Rights of the Christian People in the Appointment of Ministers, from the constitutional standards and history of the Church of Scotland, with continuation of strictures on Mr. Robertson’s Observations on the Veto Act, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

Speech delivered at an extraordinary meeting of the Presbytery of Edinburgh … in moving resolutions against the recent decision of the Court of session in the case of Marnoch, Edinburgh, reprinted from the Witness, 1841

Letters on the Church Question, in answer to a speech of the Rev. Mr. Robertson of Ellon, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

Animadversions upon Sir William Hamilton’s Pamphlet entitled “Be not Schismatics, be not Martyrs, by mistake”, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

The Claims and Grievances of the Church of Scotland Briefly Stated, being a Report of the Speeches Delivered by the Rev. Dr. Cunningham and others, at a Meeting of the Members of Lady Yester’s Congregation, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

Three Letters of Dr. Cunningham and Dr. Bryce on the Circa Sacra power of the civil magistrate, Edinburgh, Alexander Macredie, 1843

Remarks on the Twenty-third Chapter of the Confession of Faith, as bearing on existing controversies, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

Sermons, by Robert Bruce … edited by William Cunningham, Edinburgh, printed for the Wodrow Society, 1843

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents: January 19, 1848, Edinburgh, Letter from William Cunningham to Breadalbane. Sends to recipient, as one of subscribers for erection of the college in connection with the Free Church of Scotland, a lithographed copy of Mr Playfair’s design, which is in course of being executed [wanting]; it is to be completed by martinmas 1849; asks that subscriptions should be paid up, NRS GD112/51/227

Speech delivered at the Meeting against Papal Aggression, held in Edinburgh, December 5, 1850, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

To the Reverend the Moderator and brethren of the Free Church Presbyterian Synod of Victoria, Edinburgh, November 14th, 1857, signed by William Cunningham and others, Edinburgh, 1857

The Reformers and the Theology of the Reformation, T. & T. Clark, 1862

Discussions on Church Principles, Popish, Erastian, and Presbyterian, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1863

Historical Theology: A Review of the Principal Doctrinal Discussions in the Christian Church Since the Apostolic Age, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1870: Vol.1 and Vol.2
Godliness, Hebrews 11:6, in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877

Theological Lectures: On Subjects Connected with Natural Theology, Evidences of Christianity, the Canon and Inspiration of Scripture, New York, R. Carter, 1878

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.2, p.409, The Scripture Doctrine of Sanctification; Vol.3, p.385, Christ’s Humiliation a Motive to Charity

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.33, On the Parables of our Saviour; Vol.3, p.8, The Rapid Flight of Time, or, An Urgent Motive to Christian Activity in the Work of Sanctification; 2nd series, Vol.1, p.361, The Word of God the only Rule of Faith and Practice
 

Publications – about him

For the tribute paid to him by his Presbytery, see Dundee Courier and Daily Argus (Dundee, Scotland), Thursday, December 26, 1861

Obituary Notice on this web-site: William Cunningham

Disruption Worthies on this website: Cunningham, William

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.1, p. 418; Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.13, William Garden Blaikie, Cunningham, William (1805-1861)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Cunningham, William (1805–1861), Free Church of Scotland minister and theologian

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 23/12/1862, Principal and Professor of Divinity in the New College in Edinburgh, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/114; Contract of Marriage with Miss Janet Ormiston of West parish, Greenock, daughter of John Ormiston 14/07/1834, and trust deed, January 1859, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/84

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Cunningham or Denniston, Janet, 31/3/1888, 17 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. Dr William Cunningham, Principal, New College, Edinburgh, d. 02/03/1888 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/265; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/230

Letter to the Rev. William Cunningham, on the Edinburgh Young Men’s Association for Promoting the Interests of the Established Church, Edinburgh, 1834

A word more on the moderatorship, in a letter to the Rev. William Cunningham, by a bystander, James Moncrieff, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1837

A layman’s letters to William Cunningham in reference to his letter to the dean of faculty, Alexander Peterkin, Edinburgh, Bell and Bradfute and Alexander MacReadie, 1839

Life of William Cunningham, D.D., Principal and Professor of Theology and Church History, New College, Edinburgh, Robert Rainy and James Mackenzie, London, T. Nelson, 1871

Some Free Church professors and Preachers in Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections, William Knight, p.103, Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903

William Cunningham – Theologian in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Honeycutt, Michael Wade; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 2002: William Cunningham : his life, thought, and controversies

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Ehrlich, R. J.; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 1952: The Church in the teaching of Principal William Cunningham (1805-1891)

Image: see here for a picture of early Free Church Moderators.

For photo by Hill and Adamson see here, 2nd from left

 

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