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Population tables, Scotland, Vol. II, 1871

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(Pages i-x) Title page & contents
(38 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Page xi) Preliminary remarks
(Pages xii-xxiii)Expand subtree Ages of the people
(Pages xxiii-xxiv)Expand subtree Educational statistics
(Pages xxiv-xxv)Expand subtree Conjugal condition of the people
(Pages xxvi-xxx)Contract subtree Husbands and wives
(Pages xxvi-xxvii) Number of husbands and wives, and proportions to the populations above 15 years of age in the several counties and towns
(Pages xxvii-xxviii) Relative proportions of husbands and wives at different ages in Scotland and England
(Page xxviii) Facts on this head shown by the census confirmed by marriage registers
(Page xxviii) Lower marriage-rate in Scotland not the reason why the population did not increase in the same ratio as that of England
(Pages xxviii-xxix) High rate of emigration in Scotland compared with that in England
(Pages xxix-xxx) Marriages more fruitful in Scotland than in England
(Page xxx) Age at which there exists the highest proportion of husbands and wives
(Page xxx) Mean age of husbands and of wives
(Pages xxxi-xxxii)Expand subtree Widowers and widows
(Pages xxxii-xxxiii)Expand subtree Bachelors and spinsters
(Pages xxxiv-xxxvi)Expand subtree Birth-places of the people
(Pages xxxvi-xlviii)Expand subtree Occupations of the people
(90 pages)Expand subtree Births, marriages, and deaths during the ten years 1861-1870
(48 pages)Expand subtree Tables appended to the report
(9 pages)Expand subtree Diagrams
(582 pages)Expand subtree Abstracts
(32 pages)Expand subtree Indices