Bombay, the capital of a British presidency in India of the same name, had in 1885 a population of 773,196 souls, of which two thirds were -Hindoos, 20,000 Parsees, and the rest Mussulmans, Jews, and Christians. It is the see of a bishop of the Church of England, whose diocese comprised, in 1885, 64 clergymen, including one archdeacon. It is also the see of a Roman Catholic bishop.-Clergy List for 1860 (Lond. 1860, 8vo). SEE INDIA.