[Dr Thomas Chalmers, 'Scotland's greatest nineteenth-century churchman'.] Autograph Note in the third person to 'Mr Leadham', acknowledging receipt of 'precious relics and memorials' of the Siege of Londonderry.

Dr Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847), 'Scotland's greatest nineteenth-century churchman', Professor of Theology, political economist, and leader of both the Church of Scotland and Free Church of Scotland
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'Londonderry Aug: 16th. 1842.'
SKU: 21897

1p, 12mo. Bifolium addressed on reverse of second leaf to 'Mr Leadham'. On aged and lightly-foxed paper. Folded three times. Reads: 'Londonderry Aug: 16th. 1842. | Dr Chalmers returns his warmest acknowledgments for the precious relics and memorials which Mr Leadham has had the goodness to offer him, of the Siege of Londonderry.' From the papers of Rev. William Andrew Wilson (1869-1918), Minister of New Row Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, and his son the poet R. N. D. Wilson [Robert Noble Denison Wilson] (1899-1953).