University of Glasgow.
John Stuart"s revised New Testament was published in 1796 with a print run of 21,500 copies. He was the main translator of the Old Testament which was published in 1801. He was licensed by the presbytery of Edinburgh on 27 February 1771, was presented to the living of Arrochar by Sir James Colquhoun in October 1773, and was ordained on 12 May 1774.
He was translated to Weem on 26 March 1776, and to Luss on 1 July 1777.
He received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from Glasgow University in 1795. Stuart died at Luss on 24 May 1821.
Stuart married, 24 July 1792, Susan, daughter of Review Doctor Joseph Macintyre of Glenorchy.
His brother-in-law was James McLagan, minister of Amulrie in Perthshire, and author of Spiritual views of the divine government 1831.