Chalmers wrote respectable verses on a number of subjects, but his muse was especially of a humorous tendency.
It will be guessed that Mr. Chalmers Payne was in an irritable frame of mind.
On Chalmers's writing-table lay the photograph that he had received that day in the foreign mail.
And yet such is the true character of the Astronomical Sermons of Chalmers.
Enlightened at last, Ewing joined in the applause, amid which Chalmers resumed his seat.
General Chalmers plunged into the ravine, and the order to retire did not reach him.
They are the same views substantially as those he afterwards maintained in the pamphlet mentioned by Mr. Chalmers in the text.
Major Whiteley leaned across to Mr. Chalmers, who sat beside him.
But Dr. Chalmers can not stop with the simple concession that matter is eternal.
"You may let those men go, Chalmers," said Major Whiteley quietly.