Census of Great Britain, 1851. Population Tables, II; Ages, Civil Conditions, Occupations, and Birth-Place of the People

Census of Great Britain, 1851. Population Tables, II; Ages, Civil Conditions, Occupations, and Birth-Place of the People : With the Numbers and Ages of the Blind ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1854 edition. Excerpt: ...' " .-4818 51' 008 03 45:1 I 112 1 840 202 1 2113 280 207 200 153 1711 13:1 00 50 54 120 6 1 1 AGES of MALES and F EMALES enumerated March 31st, 1851-In the PRINCIPAL TOWNS." NUMBER and AGES of UN1111m11E1, M141u11En, and W1DowED Persons.-In REGISTRATION CoUNr11: s. married have been returned at any age under 15, they have heen classincd with the persons aged 15 and under AGES of MALES and FEMALES enumerated March 31st, 1851-In the PRINCIPAL ToWNs. For definition of The Table is read thus: --111 Division .-Mo111no11th3hire and Wales, there were unmarried 382,568 males, of whom 217,805 were under 15 vears of age, -50,191 aged 15 and under 20 years, and so on; and 358,361 females, of whom 212,662 were under 15 years of apre, -56,467 Husbands, 155 under 20 years of age.-8,061 aged 20 and under 25 years, -a11d so on; and 192,256 d 15 and under 20 years, -and 00 011. There were of married persons, 189,530 Note.-ln the few instances in which persons described as married have been returned at any age under 15, they have been classified with the persons aged 15 and under 20 years. NUMBER and AGES of UNMARRIED, MARRIED, and WIDOWED PERSONS.-In REGISTRATION COUNTIES-cozztinued. AGES of MALES and FEMALES enumerated March 31st, 1851.-In REGISTRATION C'oUNT1Es. ' 11 Registration Couniies consist of groups of entire Registratioii Districts; which Districts are, in geiieral, ideiiticaI with the Poor Law Unions. As the principl_e han been adopted of placin a District or Union which extends into more than one County with the Loii_ity in which either the.pri1icipal_towii or the renter of the pulation is located, the limits of t e Registration Counties...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236868390
  • 9781236868398