Stuart, Cohen M, Dd

Stuart, Cohen M., D.D., a distinguished Presbyterian divine of Rotterdam, was a native of Holland and educated for the ministry in the Reformed Church. He was sent as a delegate to represent the churches of Holland in the World's Evangelical Alliance, which convened in the city of New York in October 1873. He took an active part in all the proceedings of that august assembly, and delivered the answer to the Rev. Dr. William Adams's address of welcome to the Alliance. He also read a paper on the state of the evangelical Protestant Church of Holland and the Netherlands, which was published among the proceedings of that body. He was a member of the Evangelical Conference of the Protestant Church of the Netherlands; a very popular and successful preacher, and his death was a great loss to the general Church. Dr. Stuart was so well pleased with the American Church and people that he expressed a desire while here to remove to this country and settle among us, but providential circumstances prevented him from carrying out his wishes in that respect. He died at Utrecht in January 1879. (W.P.S.)

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