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Summary tables, England and Wales, 1901

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(Pages i-iv) Title page & contents
(Page v) Introduction
(294 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Page 1) Table I. England and Wales. Houses and population at each successive census, with decennial increase per cent. of inhabited houses and population, 1801 1901
(Pages 2-5) Table II. Ancient counties, administrative counties (together with county boroughs), and registration counties. Area; inhabited houses and population, 1901
(Page 6) Table III. Ancient counties. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 7-8) Table IV. Ancient counties. Area and population at each successive census
(Pages 9-31) Table V. Parliamentary counties and boroughs and their several divisions. Area; houses 1901, population 1891 and 1901, and number of electors 1901 and 1902
(Page 32) Table VI. Ecclesiastical provinces and dioceses. Number of parishes or districts, inhabited houses and population, 1901
(Pages 33-40) Table VII. Constitution of dioceses. Inhabited houses and population of the ancient counties and parts of ancient counties comprised in each diocese, 1901
(Page 41) Table VIII. Ecclesiastical parishes or districts in the several dioceses, classified according to population, 1901
(Pages 42-43) Table IX. Administrative counties. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Page 44) Table X. England and Wales and its sub-division into urban and rural districts. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 44-78) Table XI. County boroughs, municipal boroughs, and other urban districts area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 79-99) Table XII. Rural districts. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 100-101) Table XIII. Civil parishes in the several administrative counties, together with county boroughs, classified according to population, 1901
(Pages 102-103) Table XIV. Population at six successive censuses of London and each Metropolitan borough, of each county borough, and of each urban district having in 1901 a population exceeding 50, 000 persons
(Pages 104-105) Table XV. Registration divisions and counties. Houses and families or separate occupiers 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 106-107) Table XVI. Registration divisions and counties. Area and population at each successive census
(Pages 108-110) Table XVII. Aggregate numbers of marriages, births and deaths registered in each registration county during the intercensal period, 1891 1901; increase or decrease of population compared with difference between births and deaths
(Pages 111-115) Table XVIII. County court circuits and districts. Inhabited houses and population, 1901
(Pages 116-134) Table XIX. Total tenements, and tenements of fewer than five rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons, in England and Wales, 1891 and 1901; in administrative counties and county and Metropolitan boroughs, 1901; and in municipal boroughs (not being county boroughs) and other urban districts with populations exceeding 50, 000 persons, 1901
(Page 135) Table XX. Area of land, inland water, tidal water and foreshore in registration divisions and counties 1901
(Page 136) Table XXI. England and Wales. Persons enumerated in military and naval barracks, quarters, hospitals and prisons, and on His Majesty's ships in home waters, 1901
(Page 136) Table XXII. Institutions in England and Wales. Persons enumerated in workhouse establishments; in hospitals and in lunatic asylums; in prisons; and in certified reformatory and industrial schools, 1901
(Page 137) Table XXIII. Persons enumerated as passing the night of the census in barns, sheds, caravans, tents, or in the open air, in registration divisions and counties, 1901
(Page 138) Table XXIV. Persons enumerated in England and Wales and in registration divisions and counties on board sea-going and coasting merchant vessels and on inland barges and boats, 1901
(Page 139) Table XXV. Ages of persons, males and females, in England and Wales, and in the aggregates of urban and rural districts respectively, 1901
(Pages 140-159) Table XXVI. Ages of persons, males and females, in each administrative county and in each county borough, 1901
(Pages 160-161) Table XXVII. Ages of persons, males and females, at the date of the census, within the altered boundaries of administrative counties and county boroughs which have undergone change between the date of the census and the 9th November, 1902
(Pages 162-171) Table XXVIII. Ages of persons, males and females, in registration divisions and counties, 1901
(Page 172) Table XXIX. Condition as to marriage and ages of persons, males and females, in England and Wales, and in the aggregates of urban and rural districts respectively, 1901
(Pages 173-181) Table XXX. Condition as to marriage and ages of persons, males and females, in each registration county, 1901
(Page 182) Table XXXI. Ages, in combination, of husbands and wives; ages of husbands whose wives were absent, of wives whose husbands were absent, and of widowers and widows, 1901
(Page 183) Table XXXII. Ages, in combination, of husbands and wives; ages of husbands whose wives were absent, of wives whose husbands were absent, and of widowers and widows, 1871
(Page 184) Table XXXIII. Workhouses in England and Wales. Condition as to marriage and ages of pauper inmates of workhouse institutions, 1901
(Page 184) Table XXXIV. Prisons in England and Wales. Condition as to marriage and ages of prisoners in local and convict prisons, 1901
(Pages 186-201) Table XXXV. Occupations of males and females (unmarried and married or widowed) aged 10 years and upwards, at 10 groups of ages, distinguishing for those engaged in certain industries the numbers returned as "working at home"; also as "employers", "working for employers", "working on own account", and "others", 1901
(Pages 202-208) Table XXXVI. Occupations of males and females aged 10 years and upwards in England and Wales, arranged in alphabetical order
(Pages 209-211) Table XXXVII. Occupations of males and females aged 10 and under 14 years, 1901
(Pages 212-215) Table XXXVIII. Former occupations of "pensioners" and "retired", distinguishing those enumerated in workhouses and lunatic asylums, and also, for females, the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Pages 216-223) Table XXXIX. Occupations (condensed list) of males and females, aged ten years and upwards, at 10 groups of ages, in the aggregates of urban and rural districts respectively, 1901
(Pages 224-229) Table XL. Grouped occupations of males aged ten years and upwards, in administrative counties and county boroughs, 1901
(Pages 230-235) Table XL. Grouped occupations of females aged ten years and upwards, in administrative counties and county boroughs, 1901
(Pages 236-241) Table XLI. Grouped occupations of children aged 10 and under 14 years in administrative counties and county boroughs, 1901
(Pages 242-243) Table XLII. Occupations or former occupations of pauper inmates of workhouse institutions, 1901
(Pages 244-245) Table XLIII. Occupations of inmates of local and convict prisons, 1901
(Page 246) Table XLIV. Birthplaces of persons, males and females, enumerated in England and Wales, 1901
(Pages 247-259) Table XLV. Distribution, in the several counties, of enumerated natives of each county of England and Wales; of Scotland, Ireland, and the Islands in the British Seas; of British colonies or dependencies, and of foreign countries, 1901
(Pages 260-264) Table XLVI. Country of birth of foreigners enumerated in England and Wales, 1891 and 1901, and in each ancient county, 1901
(Pages 265-267) Table XLVII. Country of birth, condition as to marriage and ages of foreigners (persons, males and females) enumerated in England and Wales, 1901
(Pages 268-281) Table XLVIII. Occupations and country of birth of foreigners (males and females) aged 10 years and upwards, enumerated in England and Wales, 1901
(Pages 282-283) Table XLIX. The blind, the deaf and dumb, the deaf, and the insane in England and Wales. Condition as to marriage and ages of males and females returned as blind, deaf and dumb, deaf, lunatic, and imbecile or feeble-minded; also of persons suffering from "combined infirmities"; distinguishing those in each group who had been afflicted from childhood, 1901
(Pages 284-287) Table L. Persons returned as blind, deaf and dumb, deaf, lunatic, imbecile, or feeble-minded or suffering from combined infirmities, in administrative counties, and county and Metropolitan boroughs, 1901
(Pages 288-292) Table LI. Occupations of the blind (distinguishing those blind from childhood), and of the deaf and dumb; persons, males and females (unmarried and married or widowed), aged ten years and upwards, 1901
(Pages 293-294) Table LII. Monmouthshire and Wales. Language spoken (as returned in the occupiers' schedules) by males and females, aged three years and upwards, at five groups of ages, enumerated in administrative counties, 1901
(Pages 295-306) List of errata