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        John Paton 


John Paton (1824-1907) was the son of a very poor but godly Reformed Presbyterian, James Paton of the parish of Kirkmahoe near Dumfries in Scotland. James, seeing that God had not called him to the ministry, had vowed "that if God gave him sons, he would consecrate them unreservedly to the Ministry of Christ, if the Lord saw fit to accept the offering, and open up their way”. Before James Paton passed into glory, he was granted the privilege of seeing three sons of his eleven children “entering upon and not unblessed in the Holy Office”. John Paton, the eldest, went to the New Hebrides (now called Vanuatu) in the South Pacific to preach the Gospel to the heathen tribes there. Many times his life was in great danger, but the Lord delivered him out of all his troubles.



His translation of the Tannese Chiefs’ urgent letter to the Governor of Sydney