Bolton, James an English divine, was born near Weymouth, in 1824. He accompanied his parents to America when twelve years of age, there received the earlier part of his education, and returning, graduated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and was ordained to the curacy of Saffron-Walden in 1849. Two years later he removed to the curacy of St. Michael's, Pimlico, and soon afterwards was appointed to the incumbency of St. Paul's Episcopal Chapel, Kilburn. He died April 8, 1863. Mr. Bolton was a devout, able, and promising young minister. See Christian Observer, Oct. 1863, p. 771.