Charles, James, Dd
Charles, James, D.D., a Scotch clergyman, was tutor in the family of Robert Wardlaw Ramsav; was licensed to preach in 1826; appointed assistant chaplain at Bengal, India, in 1832, and ordained; promoted to the chaplaincy in 1836; resigned in 1849, and was admitted to the living at Kirkowen the same year. He published two single Sermons. See Fasti Eccles. Scolicance, i, 154,155.