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Sir John Steell, Rev Thomas Chalmers, 1883, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Sir John Steell, Rev Thomas Chalmers, 1883, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Chalmers' birthplace in Anstruther
Chalmers' birthplace in Anstruther
St. Andrew's Church, Edinburgh, scene of the Disruption
St. Andrew's Church, Edinburgh, scene of the Disruption
Chalmers' townhouse on the Moray Estate, 3 Forres Street, Edinburgh
Chalmers' townhouse on the Moray Estate, 3 Forres Street, Edinburgh
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Alexander Colquhoun-Stirling-Murray-Dunlop by Hill & Adamson
Alexander Colquhoun-Stirling-Murray-Dunlop by Hill & Adamson
Thomas Chalmers, the Free Church's first Moderator
Thomas Chalmers, the Free Church's first Moderator
Dr. Welsh, the Church of Scotland's Moderator, who preached, read a Protest and walked out.
Dr. Welsh, the Church of Scotland's Moderator, who preached, read a Protest and walked out.
Signing The Deed of Demission Hugh Miller is at the end of the table taking notes leaning on his top hat. The central figure is Patrick MacFarlan with
Signing The Deed of Demission Hugh Miller is at the end of the table taking notes leaning on his top hat. The central figure is Patrick MacFarlan with Chalmers in the chair behind.