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Occupations by birthplace, infirmities, fertility, Scotland, 1911

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(Pages i-ii) Title page & contents
(Pages iii-iv) Introductory letter
(5 pages)Contract subtree Section A. Occupations of persons born in England and Wales, and Ireland
(Page vi) Table A. Occupations of males of all birthplaces and of English or Welsh and Irish birth  Download table
(Page viii) Table B. Occupations of females of all birthplaces and of English or Welsh and Irish birth  Download table
(8 pages)Contract subtree Section B. Foreigners nationalities, ages, occupations, &c
(Page xiii) Table C. Nationality of foreigners enumerated in Scotland at each census, 1861-1911  Download table
(Page xiv) Table D. Foreigners enumerated in Scotland in 1911 and 1901, showing the numbers on board ships  Download table
(Page xv) Table E. Nationality of foreigners enumerated in poorhouses, lunatic asylums, and prisons  Download table
(Page xvi) Section C. Colonials
(Page xvi) Section D. Naturalised British subjects
(9 pages)Contract subtree Section E. The infirm
(Page xix) Table F. Census 1911. Relative frequency of infirmities per 1000 of the population at each age group  Download table
(Page xx) Table G. Census 1901. Relative frequency of infirmities per 1000 of the population at each age group  Download table
(Page xx) No original table title  Download table
(Page xxii) Table H. Relative frequency of infirmities according to the birthplaces of the population  Download table
(Page xxiii) Table J. Rate of mental infirmity among persons born in the counties of Scotland  Download table
(30 pages)Contract subtree Section F. Fertility of marriage
(Page xxvii) Table K. Probability of fertility after varying sterile periods  Download table
(Page xxviii) Table L. Probability of fertility in marriages which for three years have been sterile  Download table
(Page xxx) Table M. Observed probability, for each age of wife, of complete family exceeding a specified number of children  Download table
(Page xxxi) Table N. Observed probability for each age of wife, of family being limited to a specified number of children  Download table
(Page xxxii) Table O. Influence of one year's delay of marriage on average number of children  Download table
(Page 1) Marriage fertility since 1861
(Page xxxiv) Table P. Number of children per 100 marriages, by date of marriages and ages of wives  Download table
(Page xxxvii) Table Q. Mortality in families of working mothers  Download table
(Pages xl-xlii) Appendix I. Correlations, regressions, &c, calculated by multiple linear regression method
(Pages xliii-li)Expand subtree Appendix II. Memorandum by Mr George Rae, B. Sc., on fertility tables constructed by a multiple non-linear regression method
(290 pages)Contract subtree Abstract tables
(Pages 1-2) List of abstract tables
(Pages 3-42)Expand subtree Occupations of persons born in England and Wales, and Ireland
(Pages 43-61)Expand subtree Foreigners
(Pages 62-65)Expand subtree Colonials
(Pages 66-69)Expand subtree Naturalised British subjects
(Pages 70-89)Expand subtree The infirm
(Pages 90-102)Expand subtree Institutions
(Pages 103-290)Expand subtree Fertility of marriage