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The Scottish Church
By W. Chambers (1881)
Thanks to John Henderson for sending this into us.

Please note: Each link is to a pdf file

Contents and History of St Giles Cathedral Church

Lecture I
Heathen Scotland to the Introduction of Christianity by the Rev. James Cameron Lees, D.D., St. Giles Cathedral (High Kirk) Edinburgh

Lecture II
Early Christian Scotland, 400 to 1093 A.D., by the Rev. A. K. H. Boyd, D.D., First Minister of St Andrews.

Lecture III
Mediaeval Scotland, 1093 to 1512 A.D., by the Rev. James Campbell, D.D., Minister of Balmerino.

Lecture IV
Pre-Reformation Scotland, 1513 to 1559 A.D., By the Rev. Alexander F. Mitchell, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the University of St Andrews.

Lecture V
The Reformation, 1559 to 1572 A.D.
By the Rev. Donald Macleod, D.D., Minister of the Park Church, Glasgow; and one of Her Majesty's Chaplains.

Lecture VI
Episcopacy, Presbytery, and Puritanism in Scotland, 1572 to 1660 A.D. By the Rev. John Cunningham, D.D., Minister of Crieff.

Lecture VII
The Covenant, 1660 to 1690 A.D By the Rev. Robert Flint, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh.

Lecture VIII
The Revolution Settlement, 1690 to 1707 A.D. By the Rev. Robert Herbert Story, D.D., Minister of Rosneath.

Lecture IX
The Church of the Eighteenth Century,
1707 TO 1800 A.D., By the Very Rev. John Tulloch, D.D., LL.D., Principal of St Mary's College, St Andrews, and one of Her Majesty's Chaplains.

Lecture X
The Church of the Nineteenth Century to 1843
By the Rev. A. H. Charteris, D,D., Professor of Biblical Criticism in the University of Edinburgh; one of Her Majesty's Chaplains.

Lecture XI
The Church from 1843 to 1881 A.D. By the Rev. Archibald Scott, D.D., Minister of St George's Parish, Edinburgh.

Lecture XII
How far an outgrowth from the past, and an expression of the religious thought and life of Scotland By the Rev. James Macgregor, D.D., Senior Minister of St Cuthbert's Parish, Edinburgh.

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