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RELIGIOUS ESTABLISHMENTS.  

The following is a statement of the stations, names, and salaries, and allowances, of the several clergymen of New South Wales, (ex- clusively of Port Phillip), as provided for in the Estimates for the year 1843 :

UNITED CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND.

The Lord Bishop £ s. d.

of Australia . W. G. Brough-

ton, D.D. . 2000 0 0     Sydney,-

St Philip's /Rev.W.Cowper 460 0 0 I. C. Grills 200 0 0           St. James' . . R. Allwood . 200 0 0 St. Lawrence . W. H. Walsh. 200 0 0 St. Andrew's . B. L. Watson. 200 0 0 Ashfield . . . W. Stone . . 150 0 0 Cook's River. . T. Steele . . 225 0 0 Parramatta . . H. H. Bobart. 200 0 0 Hunter's Hill and

Lane Cove . G. E. Turner . 212 0 0 Prospect ... J. Troughton. 150 0 0 Liverpool. . .J. Duffus . . 200 0 0 Narrellan, &c. . T. Hassall. . 355 12 6 Appin . . . . H. D. D. Spar-

ling ... 150 0 0 Campbelltown . R. Forrest. . 200 0 0 Illawarra . . . M. D. Meares 391 12 6 Picton .... F. Wilkinson . 355 12 6 Sutton Forest . George Vidal. 200 0 0 Goulburn. . . W. Sowerby . 200 0 0 Queanbeyan. . E. Smith . . 200 0 0 Yass . . . . W. Lisle . . 150 0 0 Windsor . . . H. T. Stiles . 315 12 6 Pitt Town, &c. . C. C. Kemp . 200 0 0

Peniith & South

Creek . . . R. H. Sconce . 200 0 0 Kelso ... . C. Woodward. 200 0 0 Bathurst . . . T. Sharpe . . 305 12 0 Brisbane Water. E. Rogers . . 225 0 0 Newcastle . . C. P. N. Wilton 295 12 C Raymond Ter-

race . . . . C. Spencer. . 212 0 0 Hexham & Aln-

wick . . . R. T. Bolton . 150 0 0 East Maitland . G. N. Rusden. 305 12 6 West Maitland. W. Stack . . 245 0 0 Scone .... John Morse . 150 0 0 Lower Hawkes-

bury . . . E. G. Price . 186 10 0 Castlereagh and

Emu . . . John Vincent . 295 12 6 Mulgoa . , . T. C. Makinson 150 0 0 Bungonia . . G. N. Wood . 245 0 0 County of King R. Cartwright . 520 0 0 Paterson . . . J. J. Smith . . 230 0 0 Port Macquarie John Cross . . 410 0 0

Rents of Chapels . . 40 0 0

Total .... £11,481 10 0

Mem.:-The Rev. T. W. Bodenham, St. James's ; the Rev. W. B. Clarke, Castle Hill and Dural; and the Rev. W. W. Simpson, in   charge of the men employed on colonial public works, at Parramatta and Longbottom, are provided with salaries by the Societies for Propagation of the Gospel, and for Pro- moting Christian Knowledge. The Rev. J. Edmonston, in charge of the penal establish- ments in Sydney, and the Rev. J. Elder, Chaplain to the Gaol at Wooloomooloo, are paid at the expense of the Home Govern- ment. The Rev. G. A. Middleton, and the Rev. W. G. Nott, are employed under the 5th clause of 7th William IV, No. 3, at the joint expense of the Government and the settlers at Hinton and Maneroo respec- tively.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

<5",i.,"" JRev.J.M'Garvie 200 0 0

Sydney . . ( j. F",lerton. . 150 0 0

Parramatta. John Tait . . 165 11 0 Campbelltown . H. Gilchiist . 173 2 O Wollongong . C. Atchison. . 163 13 0 Goulburn . . W. Hamilton . 170 0 0 Windsor. . . Matthew Adam 150 0 0 Bathurst. . . K. D. Smythe . 178 0 0 Maitland . . W. M'Intyre . 150 0 0 Hinton . . . Robert Blain . 218 IS. 0

Paterson . . William Ross . 173 0 0 j Patrick'sPlains J. Hetherington 170 0 0 I Port Macquarie William Purves 237 lo 0 Vale of Clwyd Colin Stewart . 100 0 0 Dungog. . . William Comrie 100 0 0 Broulee . . . . George Maclie . 100 0 0

Total .... £2,600 0 0

Wr.SI.EYAN METHODISTS.

( Rev. William

Sydney . . < Schofield. . 150 0 0

I. E. Sweetman . 150 0 0 Parramatta . . John M'Kenny 200 0 0 Windsor'. . . F. Lewis. . . 150 0 0 Bathurst... J. I). Druper . 150 0 0 West Maitland J. Innes ... 150 0 0

Total. £950 0 0 !

«OMAN CATHOLIC CLEBOY.

Í Right Rev. J. B.

Folding . . 500 0 0 Very Rev. W.

Ullathorne. . 200 0 0 {Rev. F. Murphy 21(i Ki 0

H. H. Gregory 200 0 0 Patrick Hogan 200 0 0 PatrickFarrelly 100 0 0 Parramatta. . N. J. Coffey . 200 0 0 Liverpool ... J. Fitzpatrick . 21C 13 1 Campbelltown . James Goold . 233 (i 2 Appin.... Joseph Sumner 150 0 0 Wollongong . John Rigney . 210 13 1 Goulburn . . M. M'Grath . 21« 13 1 Yass .... Charles Lovatt. 210 13 1 Windsor. . . John Brady. . 200 0 0 Penrith . . . Michael Ryan . 200 0 0 Hartley. . . M. Kavanagh . 110 13 1 Bathurst. . . M. O'Reilly . 216 13 1 Newcastle . . C. V. Dowling. 159 0 n East Maitland. E. Mahoney . 210 13 1 West Maitland John Lynch. . 219 13 1 M'DonaldRiverT. Slattery . . 1CÖ 13 2

Total .... £*,350 0 0

nnCAl'ITUAÏION.

United Church of England and

Ireland.£ll,4Sl 10 0

Presbyterian Church . . ,. 2,000 0 0 | Wesleyan Methodist* ... 950 0 0 Roman Catholic Clergy. . . 4,350 0 0

Total of Salaries and Al

"". lowances . . , . . 19,381 10 0 To meet itnforscen demands

under the Church Act . . ' 12,000 0

Total amount as per Esti-

mate .£31,381 10 0

Inman Linoua.-A preliminary meeting was held at the Royal Exchange on Saturday, It. Scott, Esq., of Glendon, in the chair, (bi- llie purpose of considering what steps should be taken to induce Her Majesty's ministers to sanction tho introduction of Indian labour- ers into this colony. After the subject had been_ pretty fully discussed, it was resolved,

that it is advisable to form an Association for

promoting the immigration of Indian labour- j ers, and that lists be opened for the purpose j of obtaining the names of persons willing to loin such nu Association, and that as soon as bile! liuh'ib'co* "naises have boen obtained, a meeting be called'to cófisídcrth'c best hierin«

of carrying out the proposed object. Mr. R. ! Scott, Mr. John M'Kay, and Mr. E. J. Blax-

land, were appointed a provisional committee"1 to make the necessary arrangements. The yarloo rc¡io|ut¡ons y/ere moved by tyr. L]on nispn, Mr.' ftjolfl. M>. W|ñ'Afty'fri ' Mr. J?. Forbes, Mr. E. J. Illaxland, and Mr.ifillitoe, The places at which lists are to be found will be advertised by the provisional committee as soon as thoy are prepared.

The AuoniaiNEs.-Phe subject _ of the llights of the Aborigines, now under discussion by the Debuting Society, has excited no little interest/ aTt(J"lhas' &)re£,üyi>iougiit íonyuyu severat of<p»)r rt^st-res^ctrihlei^V-'ofiissióJra} gentlemen to speak in the Debate, A number more have promised to speak this evening and the following Monday.

Sale of Paoi'ERTY.-Mr. Stubbs, this day, brings to the hammer a very valuable pro

Mury

estate, in twenty nllotfnents, jiaillcularly

suitpd; tg'piirjMitisérs r¡f slHiúTcnfitaU-' 'Both the properties will be so)i| qt ft'-yeiii'HrkáUe. low hgure, so that tho buyers may well re- imburse Üióüirlrf *on tlwlr outlay.

Theatre.-The announcement that the performances nt the Theatre this evening aro for }|¡c benefit of Mr. Kuowles is sure to draw a* full hó^se, ag flicro is no performer who has for a series of years rhoi'e BholiLjOüsly exerted himself for the amusement of Uie public than he has done, nor one whose acting has been more fully appreciated by the public. His AT. Jacques is decidedly the most perfect piece of acting ever seen in

this colonVi

Woolloomooloo Gaol.-It appears from a return, dated Colonial Architect's Office, August 9th, that the following men arc em- ployed inWoalluomoolo Goal;Bcventy-seven men from Norfolk Island and an ironed gang, of thirty men are employed preparing and cutting stone in the quarry, seventy-nine men setting and cutting stone in the yard, ¿mu c]cy£ 14 jn. forming » cesspool,

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