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Restoration movement (Christianity)--History|y19th century.
Global History Chapter
1. Emergence of the Stone-Campbell Movement
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The gravestone for George Jardine (1742-1827), professor of logic at Glasgow University, and his family in the north wall around Glasgow Cathedral. Jardine taught both Thomas and Alexander Campbell.
Use images from Glasgow and the University of Glasgow to develop cultural awareness of the social and intellectual environment Alexander Campbell experienced while attending the University 1808-1809.
Alexander Campbell, George Jardine, Glasgow Cathedral, Royal Infirmary, Scotland
The grave inscription for Professor George Jardine and members of his family is embedded in the north wall that surrounds the grounds of Glasgow Cathedral. "Sacred to the memory of George Jardine, Professor of Logic The University of Glasgow ... Janet Lindsay his wife . . . John Jardine advocate Sheriff of Ross and Cromorty their only child... Janet Maitland Beyer his wife"