BNGLISH CL.FtOYMtN POOR. Unaflr.. , w,, ..., Than BUB a tear. The lot ,.f th,. i i. icy In the .'hurch ef Iler1. 111. 1 I . 1 .1 Is Slid tn b- so i:c!u,i that eieti younger pons have i V a up the cat. it ' hicti for so many o v.,i lo ,i.ed upon iis their chief '"k 'It. o It in iy ea-Uv li.. millers'.! nl Unit tl,:s ,., ,g has r ,1 to appeal io tin ni when Hie f .. t is known that "" 1 il II I. b -. II . In the I":. 'i Hi.ii.. I li . ii T.oi are wot III le!B tl"". T o a yen- , '.,.1 n.aily all "I tin in aie do t. ,stf.g in value. About 1 ' n. th . ,-,. w nt', only f.'O n .-ar and I. s than 'ii annua l.v Is Hi., let, nn tn,,,, :.,i ,,K v. hi , lime I - en t..eut ,1. s r I, .1 i-. : more iica'ly ' s'-.iMnit"-' to Hi., iinf.irtunal. s who lie .l-slgne.l t I them III Hie dlOi. B" ' f !' t.Tsl.ntoiuth liiil - a i e sixty on n , ll!Mcs that air wnith no mote thnn -'-'' a year, anl this Is not yet tlic wotst as llicie are In N-wi islle ben.-tl. ben.-tl. . s Hint nr.. v ,,.( at on y in", a .-ar The vu.s of clergymen In the-e iiatlshes are of coiirse unable in iinph.y setvauta and all the diudg rv ot lu. us. wink fills on their should, is 'Ihe luxury of meat Is denied to llleni excepl on alternate days and their children of whom the number Is nearly irauns In Inverse ratio to tin-am tin-am , nnl of the living -n,c prepared by eit, t. atton In the elementary s( hen's, or by the teaching th.lr pnnnta .an give th' in at odd times for their descent to a lower s.shil sphere. These clergy-; men as a ru'e come from good count! y families. Their wives are from the sami class and are ill few c;,s "S flttel by their training for a life of drudgery sinl hard wotk. The actual return for these livings la frequently much lei.s than the figures quoted here a'tice i tlielr v.l tie is dependent nil the ptlce of coin and thla baa declined mil II It I many ensra what us. il t i he a living I worth I'.nil Is now In reality not worth more than two-tblrds of that sum New York Sun.