James Stuart (Church of Scotland)

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James Stuart or James Stewart (1701–1789) was minister of Killin and worked with poet Dugald Buchanan on the Scottish Gaelic New Testament published in 1767. His son, Dr John Stuart (1743–1821) of Luss, continued to work on the Old Testament published in 1801.[1] His daughter married James McLagan, minister at Amulree.

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  1. ^ The Highland monthly: Volume 1 Duncan Campbell, Alexander Macbain - 1890 JAMES STUART OF KILLIN. [NOTE BY DR DONALD MASON.] THE following fragment of MS., in the handwriting of Mr Stewart's son. Dr John Stewart of Luss, the translator into Scotch Gaelic of the larger portion of the Old Testament,