# Tenements, England and Wales, Vol. VIII, 1911

## Table of Contents

(Pages i-ii) Title page & contents

(22 pages) Report

(Page iv) Table I. England and wales-families of various sizes in tenements of various sizes per 100000 private families

(Page v) Table II. England and wales-population in private families and tenements of various sizes

(Page v) Table III. England and wales-population in families and tenements of various sizes, per 100000 persons in private families

(Page vi) Table IV. England and wales-average number of occupants per room in tenements of various sizes

(Page vi) Table V. England and wales-population and proportion per cent. Of population living under various conditions of room accommodation

(Page vii) Table VI. England and Wales. Tenements of various sizes, etc., At the censuses of 1891, 1901 and 1911

(Page viii) Table VII. Aggregate of urban districts. Families of various sizes in tenements of various sizes per 100000 private families

(Page viii) Table VIII. Aggregate of rural districts. Families of various sizes in tenements of various sizes per 100000 private families

(Page ix) Table IX. Tenements of various sizes, etc., In the aggregates of urban and rural districts

(Page x) Table X. Tenements of various sizes, etc., In the aggregates of urban and of rural districts, at the censuses of 1891, 1901 and 1911

(Page x) Table XI. Proportion per cent. Of population living under various conditions of room-accommodation in England and Wales, London, and the totals of county boroughs, other urban districts and rural districts

(Page xi) Table XII. County of London. Families of various sizes in tenements of various sizes per 100000 private families

(Page xi) Table XIII. County of London. Population in families and tenements of various sizes per 100000 persons in private families

(Page xii) Table XIV. Average number of occupants per room in tenements of various sizes in England and Wales and in London

(Page xii) Table XV. County of London. Children under ten years of age per cent. Of total population in tenements of various sizes

(Page xiii) Table XVI. County of London. Children under ten years of age per cent. Of total population in families of various sizes

(Page xiii) Table XVII. County of London. Tenements of various sizes, etc., At the censuses of 1891, 1901 and 1911

(Page xiv) Table XVIII. Principal cities of the United Kingdom. Numbers of tenements of various sizes and population enumerated therein

(Page xv) Table XIX. Principal cities of the United Kingdom-tenements of various sizes per 1000 total tenements; population enumerated in tenements of various sizes per 1000 total population; and average numbers of occupants per room in tenements of various sizes

(Page xvi) Table XX. Families of various sizes per 1000 families in six of the principal cities of Great Britain

(Page xvi) Table XXI. Metropolitan boroughs having the highest proportions of tenements of certain sizes

(Page xvii) Table XXII. Metropolitan boroughs. Proportion per 1000 persons living under various conditions of room accommodation

(Page xviii) Table XXIII. Tenements of less than five rooms, etc., In London and the Metropolitan boroughs at the censuses of 1901 and 1911

(Page xix) Table XXIV. Counties with highest and lowest proportions of tenements of certain sizes

(Page xx) Table XXV. Counties with the highest and lowest proportions of families of certain sizes

(Page xxi) Table XXVI. Counties with the highest and lowest proportions of population living under various conditions of room accommodation

(Page xxii) Table XXVII. Towns with highest and lowest proportions of families of certain sizes

(Page xxiii) Table XXVIII. Towns with highest and lowest proportions of population living under various conditions of room accommodation

(668 pages) Tables

(Page 1) Explanatory notes

(Pages 2-4) Table 1. Tenements in the occupation of private families: Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants in England and Wales and in the aggregates of administrative counties, county boroughs, urban districts (inclusive and exclusive of London and the county boroughs) and rural districts, 1911

(Pages 5-485) Table 2. Tenements in the occupation of private families-classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, in each administrative county and in the aggregates of urban districts (exclusive of county boroughs) and of rural districts; also in urban districts (other than county boroughs) and in rural districts, 1911

(Pages 486-488) Table 2b. Tenements in the occupation of private families, in those rural districts which extend into two administrative counties

(Page 488) Tenements in the occupation of private families, in sandgate u. D. (Including folkestone next sandgate civil parish)

(Page 489) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 490) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 491) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 492) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 493) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 494) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 495) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 496) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 497) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 498) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 499) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 500) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 501) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 502) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 503) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 504) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 505) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 506) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 507) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 508) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 509) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 510) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 511) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 512) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 513) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 514) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 515) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 516) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 517) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 518) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 519) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 520) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 521) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 522) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 523) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 524) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 525) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 526) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 527) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 528) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 529) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 530) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 531) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 532) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 533) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 534-535) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 536) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 537) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 538) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 539) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 540) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 541) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 542) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 543) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 544) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 545) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 546) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 547) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 548) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 549) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 550) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 551) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 552) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 553) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 554) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 555) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 556) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 557) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 558) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 559) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 560) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 561) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 562) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 563) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 564) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 565) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 566) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 567) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 568) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 569) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 570) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 571) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 572) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 573) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 574) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 575) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 576) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 577) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 578) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 579) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 580) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 581) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 582) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 583) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 584) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 585) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 586) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 587) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 588) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 589) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 590) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 591) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 592) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 593) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 594) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 595) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 596) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 597) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 598) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 599) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 600) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 601) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 602) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 603) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 604) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 605) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 606) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 607) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 608) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 609) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 610) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 611) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 612) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 613) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 614) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 615) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 616) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 617) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 618) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 619) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Page 620) Table 3. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Classified by numbers of rooms and by numbers of occupants, distinguishing children under 10 years of age, in London and in each Metropolitan borough, in each county borough, and in each other urban district of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 621-629) Table 4. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Proportion, per 1000 tenements, of tenements of various sizes in administrative counties and their aggregates of urban and rural districts, in county and Metropolitan boroughs, and in those urban districts of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 630-637) Table 5. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Proportion, per 1000 persons, enumerated in tenements of various sizes in administrative counties and their aggregates of urban and rural districts, in county and Metropolitan boroughs and in those urban districts of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 638-645) Table 6. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Proportion, per 1000 families, of families of various sizes in administrative counties and their aggregates of urban and rural districts, in county and Metropolitan boroughs and in those urban districts of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 646-653) Table 7. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Average number of occupants per room in tenements of various sizes, in administrative counties and their aggregates of urban and rural districts, in county and Metropolitan boroughs and in those urban districts of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 654-661) Table 8. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Proportion per 1000 persons of those enumerated in tenements having various average numbers of persons per room, in administrative counties and their aggregates of urban and rural districts, in county and Metropolitan boroughs and in those urban districts of which the population exceeded 50000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 662-664) Table 9. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Numbers of families, of persons, and of children under ten years of age enumerated in tenements of various sizes, having one person or less per room, over one to two persons per room, and over two persons per room in the administrative county of London and in those county boroughs of which the population exceeded 250000 persons at the census of 1911

(Pages 665-667) Table 10. Tenements in the occupation of private families. Proportions, per 1000 of families, of persons, and of children under ten years of age respectively enumerated in tenements of various sizes having one person or less per room, over one but not over two persons per room, and over two persons per room; also proportion per 1000 persons of children under ten years of age, in the administrative county of London and in those county boroughs of which the population exceeded 250000 persons at the census of 1911