Chalmers, Peter, Dd
Chalmers, Peter, D.D.
a Scotch clergyman, was licensed to preach in 1814; presented to the second charge at Dunfermline in 1817; and transferred to the first charge in 1836. He joined the Free Secession in May. 1843, but changed his mind, applied to the presbytery, and was again received in June. He was living in 1863. He published, Two Discourses on the Sin, Danger, and Remedy of Dueling (Edinb. 1822): —Strictures on the Dunfermline Voluntaries
(Glasgow, 1835): The Province of Reason win Matters of Divine Revelation and Skepticism Considered (1847): —A Historical Account of Dunfermline (Edinb. 1844-59, 2 vols.): —An Account of the Parish, etc. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 2, 570, 572.