Author:Malcolm Maccoll

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Malcolm MacColl

British clergyman and publicist.

Malcolm MacColl


  • Mr. Gladstone and Oxford, 1865
  • Is there not a Cause? 1868
  • Lawlessness, Sacerdotalism and Ritualism, 1875
  • "The Christian Subjects of the Porte" in Littell's Living Age, 131 (1698) (1876)
  • Reasons for Home Rule, 1886
  • Christianity in Relation to Science and Morals, 1889
  • Life Here and Hereafter, 1894
  • England's Responsibility towards Armenia, 1895
  • The Sultan and the Powers, 1896
  • The Reformation Settlement, 1899
  • The Royal Commission and the Ornaments: Rubric, 1906

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