John Stuart

John Stuart may refer to:

  • Sir John Stuart, 4th Baronet (died 1821), MP for Kincardineshire
  • John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute (1713–1792), Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1762–1763
  • John Stuart (loyalist) (1718–1779), British Superintendent of Indian Affairs in the southern colonies during the American Revolution
  • John Stuart (1743–1821), reviser of the New Testament in Scottish Gaelic
  • John Stuart, 1st Marquess of Bute (1744–1814)
  • John Stuart (Virginia) (1749–1823), western Virginia settler and soldier at the Battle of Point Pleasant
  • John Stuart, Count of Maida (1759–1815), British soldier, lieutenant-general during the Napoleonic Wars
  • John Stuart (explorer) (1780–1847), Canadian explorer
  • John Stuart (judge) (1793–1876), British Conservative MP 1846–1852, judge from 1852
  • John T. Stuart (1807–1885), U.S. Representative from Illinois and law partner of Abraham Lincoln
  • John McDouall Stuart (1815–1866), explorer, the first European to successfully traverse Australia from south to north
  • John Stuart (genealogist) (1813–1877), Scottish antiquarian, genealogist
  • John Stuart (Canadian politician) (1830–1913), Member of Parliament in the late 19th century
  • John Stuart (Nova Scotia politician) (1752–1835), lawyer and politician in Nova Scotia
  • John Stuart, co-founder of locomotive builders Kerr Stuart
  • John Stuart (CEO) (1877–1969), CEO of the Quaker Oats Company
  • John Stuart (actor) (1898–1979), Scottish actor
  • John Leighton Stuart (1876–1962), President of Yenching University and later United States ambassador to China
  • John Stuart, 12th Earl of Moray (1797–1867), Scottish soldier and politician
  • John Stuart, Jr. (1912–1997), one of the heirs to the Quaker Oats Company fortune
  • John Stuart, Lord Mount Stuart (1767–1794), Scottish Tory politician
  • John Trevor Stuart (born 1929), British mathematician

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John Stuart, Count Of Maida
... Sir John Stuart, Count of Maida GCB (1759–1815), was a British Lieutenant-General during the Napoleonic Wars ... Stuart was born in Georgia, the son of Colonel John Stuart, superintendent of Indian affairs in the southern district, and a prominent loyalist in the War of ... Educated at Westminster School, young Stuart entered the 3rd Foot Guards in 1778, and almost immediately returned to America with his regiment ...
Lord Patrick Crichton-Stuart
... Lord Patrick James Herbert Crichton-Stuart (25 August 1794 – 7 September 1859), known as the Hon ... Patrick Stuart until 1817, was a British politician ... Born Patrick Stuart, he was the second son of John Stuart, Lord Mount Stuart, eldest son of John Stuart, 1st Marquess of Bute, son of Prime Minister John Stuart, 3rd ...
Colonel John Stuart House
... Colonel John Stuart House is a three-story Georgian style home built in 1772 in Charleston, South Carolina ... It was the home of Colonel John Stuart, who was the King's Superintendent of Indian Affairs ...
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9 May 1629 William Compton, 1st Earl of Northampton 9 May 1629 – 24 June 1630 John Egerton, 1st Earl of Bridgwater 11 July 1631 – 1642 Interregnum Richard ... Deputy Lieutenants acting during vacancy George Aubrey John Price John Richards John Stuart, 1st Marquess of Bute 24 December 1794 – 16 November 1814 John Crichton-Stuart, 2nd Marquess of Bute 2 June 1815 – 18 ...
British Films Of The 1920s - 1929
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    As long as justice and injustice have not terminated their ever renewing fight for ascendancy in the affairs of mankind, human beings must be willing, when need is, to do battle for the one against the other.
    —John Stuart Mill (1806–1873)