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1857 JAMAICA ALMANAC
The Lord Bishop of Jamaica, the Bahamas, and the Settlements of Honduras, and their respective Dependencies.-(a) The Hon. and Right Rev. Aubrey George Spencer, D.D. (£3000) paid by the British Government.
Coadjutor Bishop.-The Lord Bishop of Kingston, Archdeacon of Middlesex, receives £1400 from the Bishop of Jamaica.
Acting Archdeacon and Commissary of Middlesex.- The Rev.
Dr. Musson, receives £400 from the Bishop of Kingston.
Archdeacon of Surry.- The Venerable Richard Panton, D.D. £600, by British Government, as Archdeacon, gets £340 per ann. besides as Island Curate, St Andrew's.
Archdeacon and Commissary of Cornwall.-The Venerable Thomas Pierce Williams, D.D., £600 by British Government, and £500 as Rector of St. James.
Archdeacon of the Bahamas. The Venerable John McCammon Trew, D. D. £1000 per ann., from British Government.
Chaplains.-Reverends Samuel Paynter Musson, D.D., Thomas Stewart, D.D., George Augustus Addison, B.A., William Rowe, B.A., Duncan Houston Campbell, Thomas Robinson, M.A., Francis Sands Bradshaw, LL.D.
Secretary.-Rev. Duncan Houston Campbell.
Registrar.- (d) John James Vidal. (£120)
Apparitor.-(d) Francis Robertson Lynch. (£30)
(a.) Has retired invalided. The Right Reverend Reginald Courtenay has been appointed to the discharge of the episcopal duties of the Diocese under the title of the Bishop of Kingston.
NOTE --According to the 19 Vic. cap. 6, the pay of the clergy from 1st of January, 1856, was to be as follows, viz. : The Rector of Kingston, £600; of St Catherine, St. James, and Trelawny, £500 each; of St Andrew, £450, and of the other seventeen £400 each. The fifty Island Curates are to get £340 each; the Registrar of the Diocese, £70; and the Apparitor to the Bishop, 14/. per annum.
The clergy who dissent from the above rates, will, after the expiration of the Old Clergy Bill on the 31st of December, 1859, receive the following pay from 1st of January, 1860 Rector of Kingston, £525; of St. Catherine and St. James, Trelawny, £437. 10s. each; of St. Andrew, £393. 15s.; and the remaining seventeen Rectors, £350 each. The Island Curates will each receive £297. 10s.; the Registrar, £66. 10s.; and the Apparitor, £14 per. annum.
In the list we have prefixed a (d) to those who have dissented from 19 Vic. cap. 6. Those who have assented have no prefix to their names.
The Lord Bishop of Kingston, (£800.), Spanish Town P.O.
Rev. Samuel Paynter Musson, D.D., Rector, and Commissary for Middlesex (£500), Spanish Town P.O.
Rev. John Leslie Mais, B.A., Assistant to Rector. Spanish Town P.O.
Rev. James Hanover Murphy, B.A., Island Curate. (£340). Spanish Town P.O.
Rev. George Johnson Hanfield, B.A., Island Curate. (£340). Spanish Town P.O.
(d) Rev. George Wilkinson Rowe, Rector. (£480.) Old Harbour P.O.
Rev. Benjamin Bayly Kingdon, Island Curate. (£340) Old Harbour P.O.
(d) Rev. John Erasmus Owen, ditto. (£390) Old Harbour P.O.
Rev. John Campbell, B.A., Rector. (£480) Linstead P.O.
Rev. *William John Pearson, Island Curate. (£340) Rodney Hall P.O.
Rev, John Gaubadan Richards, ditto. (£340) Pear Tree Grove P.O.
Rev. Charles Henry Hall, Rector. (£400) Chapelton P.O.
Rev. Josias Cork, Island Curate. (£340) Chapelton P.O.
Rev. Charles Angell, ditto. (£340) Four Paths P.O.
Rev. Thomas Garrett, B.A, Rector. (£400) Alley P.O.
Rev. John Robert Chisholm, Island Curate (£340) Alley P.O.
(d) Rev. G. Augustus Addison, B.A., Rector. (£480) Mandeville P.O.
(d) Rev. Thomas Robinson, M.A., Island Curate (£390) May Hill P.O.
Rev. Nicholas Lechmere Ellis, Assist. Curate and Missionary May Hill P.O.
(d) Rev. J. S. Wood, Island Curate. (£390) Mandeville P.O.
Rev. Hugh C. P. MacDermot, acting for ditto. Mandeville P.O.
Rev. John. Morris, Stipendiary Curate, Mandeville P.O.
Rev. John Howard Moore, LL.D., Rector. (£400), Port Maria P.O.
Rev. Matthew G. Constantine, Island Curate, (£340) Highgate P.O.
Rev. John. Davidson, ditto. (£340) Salt Gut P.O.
Rev. John Smith, Rector. (£400) St. Ann's Bay P.O.
Rev. George Hall, Island Curate, (£340) St. Ann's Bay P.O.
Rev. John Morison Myers, B.A., Master of Walton School, Moneague P.O.
Rev. John Lipscombe McIntyre, Island Curate, (£340) Alexandria P.O.
Rev. Cornelius Rock Chandler, ditto (£340 ) Moneague P.O.
Rev. Andrew Joseph Davidson, ditto. (£340) Ocho Rios P.O.
Rev. Edward G. Barrett, Stipendiary Curate, Alexandria P.O.
1st. The Stipendiary Curates, Missionaries, Rectors, and
Island Curates' Substitutes, are paid by the Bishop, or by the Rectors, or Island Curates, a certain sum, which probably varies from £150 to £300 per annum.
2nd. Some of the Clergy are also Chaplains to the troops in the Island, for which they are remunerated by the British Government.
3rd. Each Rector has either a glebe provided by the Parish, independent of his salary from the Public Treasury, or receives from the Parish from £80 to £100 in lieu of glebe.
Rev. Thomas Stewart, D.D., Rector, Ecclesiastical Commissary (£600),
*Rev. Duncan H. Campbell, Island Curate. (£340) Kingston P.O.
Rev. Alexander Scott, acting for ditto. Kingston P.O.
Rev. Charles P. Street, Assistant Curate to the Rector. Kingston P.O.
Rev. Francis Sands Bradshaw, LL.D., Island Curate (£340) Kingston P.O.
*Rev. John Hodgson, Chaplain Penitentiary. (£400) Kingston P.O.
Rev. Thomas Bryett Turner, Rector. (£400) Port Royal P.O.
(d) Rev Charles Fyfe, Island Curate. (£390) Kingston P.O.
Rev. Colin Maclaverty, M.A., ditto. (£340) Gordon Town P.O.
Ven. Richard Panton, Archdeacon and Island Curate (£340 ) and £600. as Archdeacon, B G. Kingston P.O.
(d) Rev. Alexander Campbell Rector. (£540 ) Kingston P.O.
Rev. John Michael Brown, B A., Rector's Assistant Curate. Kingston P.O.
Rev. Thomas James Brown, Island Curate. (£340) Kingston P.O.
Rev. Thomas Barry Cahusac, ditto. (£340) Kingston P.O.
Rev. George J. Handford M.A., -Principal of Bishop's College. Kingston P.O.
(d) Rev. Stephen Hope Cook, Rector (£480) Morant Bay P.O.
(d) Rev. Evan Jones, Island Curate. (£390) Manchioneal P.O.
(d) Rev. Thomas Wharton, B.A., ditto. (£390) Bath P.O.
William Stearn, ditto. (£340) Morant-Bay P.O.
Rev. William Smith, ditto. (£340) Port Morant P.O.
Rev. William Dunbar, Stipendiary Curate. Manchioneal P.O.
Rev. Heneage Girod, Rector (£400). Yallahs P.O.
Rev. Samuel Jackson, Island Curate. (£340) Kingston P.O.
(d) Rev. Joseph Williams, Rector, (£480) Port Antonio P.O.
Rev. Thomas Trump Tyrrell Orgill, Island Curate. (£340) Port Antonio P.O.
Rev. J. Victor Herschell, ditto. (£340) Port Antonio P.O.
(d) Rev. Charles Thomas May, Rector. (£480). Buff Bay P.O.
(d) Rev. Henry Browne, Island Curate. (£390) Hope Bay P.O.
(d) Rev. Jacob Fredrick Sessing, ditto. (£390) Kingston P.O.
Rev. R. Dunbar, Assistant Curate.
Rev. Richard Forbes, Rector. (£400) Annotto Bay P.O.
Rev. Robert Bowen Lynch, Island Curate. (£350) Annotto Bay P.O.
Rev. John Campbell Stone, M.A., Rector. (£400) Black River P.O.
(d) Rev. William Forbes, Island Curate. (£390) Goshen P.O.
Rev. Charles James Philip Douet, ditto. (£340) Goshen P.O.
Rev. William Robert Burrell, Island Curate. (£340) Black River P.O.
Rev. William Rowe, B.A. , Island Curate. (£350) May Hill P.O.
------- Stipendiary Curate, Lacovia P.O.
(d) Rev. William Mayhew, B.A., Rector. (£480) Sav.-la-Mar P.O.
Rev. Daniel Fidler, Island Curate. (£340) Head- Master of Manning's Free School. Sav.-la-Mar P.O.
Rev. John Kroger Hepburn, island Curate. (£340) Sav.-la-Mar P.O.
Rev. Henry Clarke, ditto. (£340) Sav.-la-Mar P.O.
Rev. William H. Ingle, B.A., Missionary, Sav.-la-Mar P.O.
Rev. Edward Galbraith, Rector. (£400) Lucea P.O.
Rev. John Salmon Farquharson, Island Curate. (£340) Montego Bay P.O.
Rev. Henry Gibbes Lawson, ditto. (£340) Green Island P.O.
Ven. Thomas Pierce Williams, D.D. Archdeacon, (£600), and Rector (£500)= (£1100). Montego Bay P.O.
Rev. J. Ransom, Assistant Curate to Rector, Montego Bay P.O.
(d) Rev. William Caird, B.A., Island Curate (£390) Montego Bay P.O.
(d) Rev. Howel Pritchard, Island Curate. (£390) Montego Bay P.O.
Rev. Acheson Findlay, ditto. (£340) Montego Bay P.O.
Rev. David Ruisset Litteljohn, Rector. (£500). Falmouth P.O.
Rev. Ernest Augustus Stewart, Island Curate (£340) Rio Bueno P.O.
(d) Rev. John Stainsby, B.A., ditto. (£390). Stewart Town P.O.
Rev. David Rutton Morris, ditto. (£340) Duncans P.O.
Archdeacon and Commissary of the Bishop of Jamaica for the Bahamas and Turks' Islands.- Ven. John McCammon Trew, D.D. (£1000 from the British Government).
Rev. Robert Swann, Rector of Christ Church, New Providence.
Rev. Henry Macdougal, M.A., Military Chaplain.
Rev. James Fisher, Incumbent of the district of St. Agnes, New Providence.
Richard Chambers, B.A., Rector of St. Matthew, New Providence.
Rev. Richardson Saunders, acting for ditto.
Rev. [blank] Rector of St. Ann's, ditto.
Rev. William. K Duncome, Rector of St. John, Harbour Island.
Rev. J. S. J. Higgs, Missionary of the Parishes of St. Christopher, St. Salvador, and St. David, in the Islands of Rum Cay, St. Salvador, Watlings, Crooked Fortune, and Acklin.
Rev. [blank] Missionary of the Parish of St. Peter, Island of Abaco.
Rev. Samuel Minns, Missionary of the Parishes of St. Andrew and St. Paul, in Long Island, Exuma, and Ragged Island.
Rev. Thomas J. G Sharpe,- Missionary of the Parish of St. Patrick, Island of Eleuthera.
Rev. [blank] Missionary of the Parish of St. Stephen, Islands of Grand Bahama, Andres, Berry, Bimini.
Rev. William H. Strombom, Missionary of the Parish of St. Philip, Island of Inagua.
Rev. Joseph Maxwell, Rector of the Parish of St. Thomas, Grand Cay.
Rev. Joseph C. Astwood, Curate of St. George's, Salt Cay.
BOOKS IN WHICH CANDIDATES FOR DEACONS ORDERS WILL BE EXAMINED
The Gospels and Acts of the Apostles, in the Original Greek; Grotius de Veritate; Paley's Evidences; Palmer's Church History; Wheatley on the Book of Common Prayer; Pearson on the Creed; Magee on the Atonement; Brown-on the Articles; Jewel's Apology for the Church of. England.
AND FOR PRIESTS' ORDERS, IN ADDITION TO THE PRECEDING-
The Epistles in Greek; Butler's Analogy; Hooker's Ecclesiastical. Polity; Waterland on the Holy Trinity.
For information respecting the Regulation of Bishop's College, application should be made to the Principal.
[The above books may be had from the Publishers of this Work, George Henderson and Co., 75, Harbour Street, Kingston.]
State of the Fund on the 10th Oct., 1855
Amount of Principal in Island Treasury: £24,710. 17. 7.
State of the Fund on the 10th Oct., 1855.
To amount lodged in the Island Treasury: £11,682. 1. 1.
Minister -Rev. John Radcliffe.
Assistant ditto-Rev. Andrew Jamieson Milne, M.A.
Kirk-Session - Hon. Alexander Barclay, Ralph Turnbull, William Douglas, James Campbell, James Kay Fingzies, Colin Campbell, James Bell, Robert Bogle.
Regular Meeting the first of each alternate month.
Session-Clerk-James Kay Fingzies.
Committee-Alexander Barclay (Convener), Thomas McBayne Henry Michell, John Brass, Welwood Maxwell Anderson, Andrew Scott, Robert Bogle, John Sawers, Charles George Barclay, John H. Panton, Colin Campbell.
Secretary-James K. Fingzies.
Regular meeting the first Tuesday of January, April, July, and October.
Organist- Frederick B. Sturridge.
Beadles- Robert Mendez, James Gordon McLelland.
Presbyterian Free Church.
Moderator -Rev. Alexander Renton. Montego Bay P.O.
Clerk -Rev. Alexander Robb. Moneague P.O.
Hampden, Trelawny-Peter Anderson, Catechist, Falmouth P.O.
Goodwill, Trelawny-Peter Anderson, Catechist, Falmouth P.O.
Mount Sion, St. James-Rev. William Lawrence. Montego Bay P.O.
Bellevue, Trelawny- George Struker, Catechist, Falmouth P.O.
Golden Grove, Trelawny- George Struker, Catechist, Falmouth P.O.
Montego Bay- Rev. Adam Thomson. Montego Bay P.O.
Rev. Alexander Renton (member ex-officio), Professor of Theology.
Mount Horeb, St. James-H. B. Newhall, Catechist. Morant Bay P.O.
Teachers in this Presbytery -
William Scholefield, Hampden P.O.
[blank] Mount Zion
James Graves, Golden Grove
Joseph Maxwell, Rose Hill
Andrew Willis, Montego Bay
Adam Gale, Goodwill
George McLachlan, Somerton.
New Broughton, Manchester, Rev. Andrew G. Hogg. May Hill P.O.
Ebenezer, Manchester, Rev. Andrew Main. Mandeville P.O.
Mount Olivet, Manchester, Rev. Matthew Strang. Mandeville P.O.
Catechist-Joseph Hannah, New Broughton.
Thomas Daws, Rose Corner
Charles Dryden, Marley Hill
Frederick Swaby, Mount Olivet
William McCatty, at Ebenezer.
Kingston, Rev. James Watson. Kingston P.O.
Port Maria, St. Mary, Rev. John Simpson. Port Maria P.O.
Carron Hall, St. Mary, Rev. James Martin. Pear Tree Grove P.O.
Goshen, St. Mary, Rev. Alexander Robb. Moneague P.O.
Rose Hill, Metcalfe, Rev. [blank]. Pear Tree Grove P.O.
Philipsburgh, Metcalfe, Rev. [blank]. Pear Tree Grove P.O.
John Pusey, Hampstead
Mary Stuart, Friendship
William Deans, Free-hill
Anna Forbes, New Prospect
John Welch, Carron Hall
Frances Walker, New Mountain
Maurice G. Mitchell, Goshen
Jane Kissock, Victoria Town
Anthony Dillon, Rose-hill
Ann Forbes, Flint River
Thomas Freeman, Philipsburgh
Jane Reid, Port Maria
Ann Anderson, Elgin.
Lucea., Hanover, Rev. John Campbell, Lucea P.O.
Brownsville, Hanover, Rev. Warrand Carlile, Lucea P.O.
Green Island, Hanover, Rev. John Aird, Green Island P.O.
Friendship, Westmoreland, Rev. James Niven, Sav.-la-Mar P.O.
Stirling, Westmoreland, *Rev. Henry Highland Garnet. Grange Hill P.O.
Grand Cayman (Mission), Rev. James Elmslie, Kingston.
Catechist -F. H. Dillon, Mount Hermon.
Richard Drummond, Lucea
Miss Teape and Henry Hemans, Brownsville
Joseph Shaw, Pondside
Samuel Goodin, Green Island
Robert Curling, Stirling
James Robertson, Friendship
William Dixon, Negril
Richard Palmer, near Stirling.
THE PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD OF JAMAICA'S ACADEMICAL INSTITUTE, for the Training of Teachers and Preachers in connexion with the Presbyterian Church, is in Montego Bay.
Directors-A synodical Committee; the Chairman of which is the Rev. John Aird, Green Island.
Philosophical and Theological Tutor, Rev. Alexander Renton.
Classical and Mathematical Tutor-George Miller.
Secretary of Academy Board-Rev. A. Thomson, Montego Bay.
N.B. Although the primary object of this Institution is as, stated above, it is open to all who choose to avail themselves of it, on payment of fees.
This Mission has existed about sixty-seven years, and is maintained in part by the Committees in England at an average cost of £6,000 per annum. Changes are occasionally made in the appointments of their Ministers, but the following are the Stations for 1857, with a few other particulars.-By Rev. J. Edmonson, (General Superintendent)
Parishes; Circuits; Ministers and their Post Offices.
St. Catherine, Spanish Town, Rev. Joseph Webster, Spanish Town P.O.
St. Thos.-in-Vale, Linstead, One earnestly requested
Clarendon, Clarendon, Rev. Herbert Carter, Four Paths
St. Mary, Guy's Hill, Rev. Alexander Foote, Pear-tree Grove
St. Ann's, St. Ann's Bay, Rev. Herbert W. Haime, St. Ann's Bay.
St. Ann's, Ocho Rios, Rev. John Vaz, Ocho Rios.
St. Ann's, Beechamville, Rev. William Hodgson, Claremont
St. Ann's, Brown's Town, Rev. William Tyson, Alexandria
Kingston, Kingston, Rev. Jonathan Edmondson, Kingston
Kingston , Kingston, Rev. James Rowden, Kingston.
Kingston, Kingston, Rev. Thomas Protheroe, Kingston
Port Royal, Mount Fletcher. Rev. Richard Harding, Gordon Town.
St. Andrew, Grateful Hill, Rev. Aaron Edman, Golden Spring.
St. Thos.-in-East, Morant Bay, Rev. William Holdsworth, Morant Bay
St. Thos.-in-East, Bath, Rev. George Smith, Bath
St. Thos.-in-East, Manchioneal, Rev. Henry F. Poster, Manchioneal
St. David, Yallahs, One earnestly requested
Portland, Port Antonio, Rev. Thomas Raspass, Port Antonio.
Westmoreland, Mount Ward, Rev. William West, Montego Bay
Westmoreland, Sav.-la-Mar, Rev. Thomas M. Geddes, Sav.-la-Mar.
St. James, Montego Bay, Rev. Edwin Blake, Montego Bay
St. James circuit, Lucea, Rev. Robert. M. Parnther, Lucea
Trelawny, Falmouth, Rev. Samuel Burrell, Falmouth
Trelawny, Duncan, Rev. Edward Fraser, Duncan's
Corrected by Rev. John Henry Buchner, Superintendent for 1857
Parishes, Principal Stations, Ministers and their Post Offices.
Manchester, Fairfield, Mandeville P.O.
John Henry Buchner
Theodor Sonderman, Francis Henning
Manchester, Bethabara, Jacob Seiler, Mandeville P.O.
Manchester, Bethany, Thomas Cooke, Mandeville P.O.
Manchester, Maidstone, Abraham Lichenthaler, Mandeville P.O.
St. Elizabeth, Lititz, John Elliot, May Hill P.O.
St. Elizabeth, Bethlehem, Moritz Geisler, Goshen P.O.
St. Elizabeth, New Eden, Gustav Plessing, Goshen P.O.
St. Elizabeth, New Fulnec, Augustus Renkewitz, Black River P.O.
St. Elizabeth, Spring Field, Julius Renkewitz, Black River P.O.
Westmoreland, New Carmel, Edwin Reinke, Black River P.O.
Westmoreland, New Hope, Hans Jurgen Kiergard, Black River P.O.
Westmoreland, Beaufort, George Heith, Black River P.O.
St. James, Irwin Hill, Alfred Lind, Montego Bay P.O.
Fairfield Normal School, Thirty Scholars.-
Teachers, Theodor Sonderman, James Ward
MINISTER, PARISH, PRINCIPAL STATIONS, POST OFFICE.
l James M. Phillippo, St. Catherine, Spanish Town, Spanish Town P.O.
2 Samuel Oughton, Kingston, East Queen Street, Kingston P.O.
3 Edwin Palmer, Kingston, Hanover Street, Kingston P.O.
4 Robert Graham, St. David's, Yallahs, Yallahs P.O.
5 Samuel B. Harris, St. Thomas-in-East, Belle Castle, Manchioneal P.O.
6 Samuel Jones, Metcalf, Annotto Bay, Annotto Bay P.O.
*7 David Day, St. Mary's, Port Maria, Port Maria P.O.
*8 Thomas Smith, St. Mary's, Mount Angus, Salt Gut P.O.
*9 Joseph Gordon, St. Thomas ye Vale, Mount Nebo, Moneague P.O.
10 James Hume, Mount Hermon, Rodney Hall P.O.
11 James Watson, St. John's, Mount-Merrick, Spanish Town P.O.
12 William Claydon, Clarendon, Four Paths, Four Paths P.O.
*13 Richard Dalling, Clarendon, Stacey Ville, Chapelton P.O.
*14 Benjamin Millard, St. Ann's, St. Ann's Bay, St. Ann's Bay P.O.
*15 William L. McLaggan, St. Ann's, Sturge Town, Brown's Town P.O.
*16 James G. Bennett, St. Ann's, Salem, Dry Harbour P.O.
*17 John Clark, St. Ann's, Brown's Town, Brown's Town P.O.
*18 Francis Johnson, St. Ann's, Clarksonville, Alexandria P.O.
*19 George Milliner, Trelawny, Ebenezer, Stewart Town
*20 Thomas Henry, Trelawny, New Birmingham, Stewart Town P.O.
*21 Samuel Hodges, Trelawny, Stewart Town, Stewart Town P.O.
"22 David J. East, Trelawny, Rio Bueno, Rio Bueno P.O.
*23 Alexander Brown, Trelawny, Kettering, Duncan's P.O.
*24 Ellis Fray, Trelawny, Refuge, Duncan's P.O.
Ellis Fray (pro tem.), Trelawny, Falmouth, Duncan's P.O.
*25 Thomas Gould, Trelawny, Waldensia, Falmouth P.O.
*26 George R. Henderson, St. James, Bethtephil, Falmouth P.O.
*27 Walter Dandy, St. James, Salter's Hill , Montego Bay P.O.
*28 John E. Henderson, St. James, Montego Bay, Montego Bay P.O.
29 James Reid, St. James, Montego Bay, Montego Bay P.O.
*30 Edward Hewett, St. James, Mount Carey, Montego Bay P.O.
*31 William Teall, Hanover, Lucea, Lucea P.O.
32 John Clarke, Westmoreland, Savanna-la-Mar, Sav.-la-Mar P.O.
*33 Charles Sibley, St. Elizabeth's, Bethsalem, Goshen P.O.
*34 Alexander Duckett, Manchester, Porus, Porus P.O.
* These ministers are members of the Jamaica Baptist Union
Object: To promote unity of exertion in whatever may best serve the cause of Christ in general, and the interests of the Baptist denomination in particular.
Secretary, Rev. B. Millard, St. Ann's Bay
Chairman for 1856, the Rev. J. M. Phillippo, of Spanish Town.
The Educational Society, connected with the "Union." This Society embraces 55 schools in which about 4000 children are instructed.
Secretaries, Revs. J. M. Phillippo and William Teall
General Committee, The Ministers and Delegates of churches in the Union. Managing Committee for 1856:
Treasurer, Rev. D. J. East
General Secretaries W. Dendy, J. Clark, D. Day, B. Millard, J. E. Henderson, G. R. Henderson, and S. Hodges.
THE JAMAICA BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY, and Auxiliary to Parent Society in England.
Secretary, Rev. E. Hewett, Mount Carey
Treasurer, Rev. W. Dendy
Managing Committee, Revs. T. Gould, J. E. Henderson, W. Teall, G R. Henderson, and E. Fray.
President, Rev. D. J. East
Secretary, Rev. J. Clark
Managing Committee, Revs. B. Millard, E. Hewett, T. Gould, S. Hodges, E. Fray, and F. Johnson.
This Institution has been in operation since 1843. Six students are at present in training, and nineteen have passed through since its commencement.
Parishes, Principal Stations, Ministers.
St. Andrew's, Oberlin, Rev. Charles C. Starbuck
Brainard, Heman B. Hall
Eliot, Loren Thompson
Union, Charles B. Yenning
Richmond, Rev. Seth T. Woolcott
PARISH, LOCALITY, P. O., MINISTER.
Kingston, Kingston, Kingston P.O., Rev. William J. Gardner.
St. Andrew's, Shortwood, Kingston P.O., Rev. William J. Gardner
St. Thomas-in-the-East, Morant Bay, Morant Bay P.O., William Harty, Catechist.
St. Thomas-in-the-East, Port Morant, Morant Bay P.O., William Harty, Catechist.
St. Thomas-in-the-East, Blue Mountain Valley, Morant Bay P.O., William Harty, Catechist.
Clarendon, Four Paths, Four Paths P.O., Rev. Thomas Henry Clark.
Clarendon, Brixton Hill, Four Paths P.O., Rev. Thomas Henry Clark.
Clarendon, Chapelton, Chapelton P.O., Rev. Duncan Fletcher.
Clarendon, Mount Zion, Chapelton P.O., Rev. William Hillyer.
Manchester, Mandeville, Mandeville P.O., Rev. William Alloway.
Manchester, Porus, Porus P.O., Rev. Alex. Lindo.
Manchester, Davyton, Joseph Miller, Catechist.
St. Ann's, Dry Harbour, Dry Harbour P.O., Rev. James Milne.
St. Ann's, Claremont, Dry Harbour P.O., Rev. James Milne.
Trelawny, First Hill, Dry Harbour P.O., Rev. James Milne.
Under the Superintendence of the
Ordained Ministers.-Robert Glover, George Sanguinitti.
St. Andrew's.-Stony-Hill, Red Hill, Almond Hill, Bell Mount; Grave's House.
St. Thomas-in-the Vale.-Grateful Hill.
Metcalfe.-Mount Regale, Lewisburg.
St. Mary, Ballard's Vale.
The Jamaica Branch of the British Wesleyan Methodist Association was formed in 1837, by the Rev. William Pinnock, who subsequently resigned his connexion, forming another association. The ministers in Jamaica are Abraham Hyams and Thomas J. Hayes.
Kingston.-New Ebenezer Chapel
St. Andrew's.- Gordon Town, Eastern District, Providence, Bethesda, Constitution Hill.
Port Royal Mountains.-Guava Ridge, Zion Hill.
St. Ann's - Finger Post, Pennockville Chapel, Mount Hermon.
There are two day-schools attached to the Societies in St. Andrew's,
and four sabbath-schools.
Number of members upwards of 800.
Reader. -Rev. Alexander B. Davis.
A General Meeting of the members was held in 1856, for the purpose of altering the then form of government. A Committee was appointed to prepare the same, and which was, at a subsequent meeting adopted, and a Board of Directors appointed, from which were selected as-
President -Hyman Levy.
Treasurer.-John Jonas Hart.
Directors.-Louis Lewis, Edward Lucas, Charles Levy, Ellis J. Davis, Ellis Wolfe, Cohen Sterne, Isaac Lawton, Joseph Stines, S. J. Leon.
Secretary.-Solomon Myers. -
President of Burial Society. -Mathias Levy.
Reader.-Rev. A. H. Delavante.
Vice-President. - Samuel N. Carvalho.
Treasurer. -Osmond Delgado.
Jacob N. Vaz, David Martin, David R. De Costa, junr., Henry Delgado, Aaron De Cordova, Jacob Mitchell, David Brandon, Solomon Melhado, Osmond Delgado, Samuel N. Carvalho, Solomon Morais, Solomon N. Cardoza.
Secretary.- Andrew Judah.
Clerk.-Elias J. Lopes.
Denominated "Neve Shalom,"-Habitation of Peace.
President.- Isaac Levy.
Vice-President -Albert Delgado.
Treasurer.- J. M. Solomons.
Vestrymen.-Abraham Judah, D. E. Wolfe.
President of Burial Society.- S. Magnus.
Hon. Secretary -David Lyon.
Denominated "Beth Yahacob,"-House of Jacob.
Hazan -Rev. A. C. Henriquez.
President- Samah G. Corinaldi
Vice-President -Cecil L. Isaacs.
Vestrymen.-Daniel Levy, Horatio Corinaldi, George L. Phillips, Alexander Levy, Joseph H. Isaacs.
Vicar Apostolic.-Right Rev. J. E. Dupeyron.
Priests.-Reverends William Cotham, Joseph Dupont, Alexis Simond, Joseph Maria Bertolio, Joseph Howell.
Trinity Chapel, Duke and Sutton Streets
St. Patrick's and St. Martin's, East Queen and Hanover Streets.
ST. CATHERINE. -
St. Joseph's, Spanish Town.
ST: ANDREW'S. -
St. Joseph's, King's Western Plantation
St. Peter and St. Paul, near Hope Estate.
St. Benito, Harbour Head.
St. Mary's, Above Rocks' District
St. Ann's, New River.
ST. JAMES. -
St. Ignatius, Montego Bay
St. George, St. George's.
BELIZE, HONDURAS,-Rev. George Avarro.
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