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Infirmities, England and Wales, Vol. XI, 1911

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(Pages i-ii) Title page and contents
(14 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Page iii) The form of the infirmity question at successive censuses, 1851 to 1911
(Pages v-viii)Expand subtree The blind
(Page viii)Expand subtree The deaf (other than deaf-mutes)
(Pages viii-x)Expand subtree The deaf and dumb
(Pages x-xv)Expand subtree The insane
(Page xv) Combined infirmities
(78 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Pages 1-2) Table 1. England and Wales. Males and females returned as totally blind, totally deaf, deaf and dumb, lunatic, imbecile and feeble-minded. Ages and condition as to marriage  Download table
(Pages 3-65)Expand subtree Table 2. Administrative counties (inclusive of associated county boroughs). Males and females returned as totally blind, totally deaf, deaf and dumb, lunatic, imbecile, and feeble-minded. Ages and condition as to marriage
(Pages 66-68) Table 3. Administrative counties, county boroughs, Metropolitan boroughs, and other urban districts with population exceeding 50, 000 persons. Males and females returned as totally blind, totally deaf, deaf and dumb, lunatic, imbecile, and feeble-minded, 1911  Download table
(Pages 69-70) Table 4. Administrative counties (together with associated county boroughs). Males and females returned as suffering from certain infirmities, 1901 and 1911  Download table
(Pages 71-78) Table 5. England and Wales. Occupations of the blind, and of the deaf and dumb, aged 10 years and upwards; distinguishing for males the married and unmarried or widowed and for females the unmarried, married, and widowed  Download table