Adelaide a city and capital of South Australia, which had, in 1855, a population of 20,000 souls and 15 churches. It is the see of a bishop of the Church of England, as well as of a Roman Catholic bishop. The former was established in 1847, and had, in 1859, 30 clergymen, among whom were 1 dean, 1 archdeacon, and 4 honorary canons. Adelaide had also an Episcopalian literary institution, called St. Peter's Collegiate School. See Clergy List for 1860 (London, 1860, 8vo).