Definition of Stuart, James in English:

Stuart, James

Line breaks: James Stu¦art
Pronunciation: /ˈstjuːət
 
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  • (1688–1766), son of James II (James VII of Scotland), pretender to the British throne; known as the Old Pretender; full name James Francis Edward Stuart. He arrived in Scotland too late to alter the outcome of the 1715 Jacobite uprising and left the leadership of the 1745-6 uprising to his son Charles Edward Stuart.

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