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General report, Ireland, 1901

Table of Contents

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(Pages 1-18) Title page & contents
(8 pages)Contract subtree Introduction
(Page 1) Introductory observations
(Page 1) Previous enumerations of the population of Ireland
(Page 1) Censuses in the nineteenth century
(Pages 1-4) Preparation of forms
(Page 4) Revision of statistical processes
(Pages 4-5) Local arrangements for enumeration
(Page 5) Presentation of preliminary report
(Pages 5-6) County publications
(Pages 6-7) General summary
(Page 8) Division of subjects and order of treatment
(10 pages)Contract subtree I. Area, houses, and population
(Pages 9-17)Expand subtree Changes in arrangement of statistics necessitated by local government (Ireland) act, 1898
(Page 18)Expand subtree Agricultural statistics
(2 pages)Contract subtree II. Ages of the people
(Pages 19-20)Expand subtree Ages of the people
(3 pages)Contract subtree III. Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 20) Number and proportion of unmarried, married, and widowed
(Page 20) Early marriages not numerous
(Pages 20-21) Conjugal condition of persons aged 20 years and upwards
(Page 21) Excess of widows over widowers
(Page 21) Unmarried, aged 20 years and upwards
(Page 21) Married
(Pages 21-22) Widowed
(Page 22) Conjugal condition of females aged from 15 to 45 years
(Page 22) Summary
(6 pages)Contract subtree IV. Occupations of the people
(Pages 22-26)Expand subtree Classes in which occupations have been tabulated
(Pages 26-27) Special statistics of occupations or social position of inhabitants of the Dublin registration area
(Page 27) Persons combining other pursuits with farming
(2 pages)Contract subtree V. Birthplaces of the people
(Pages 27-28) Irish-born population
(Page 28) Natives of England or Wales
(Page 28) Natives of Scotland
(Page 28) Persons born abroad
(Page 28) Persons born at sea
(2 pages)Contract subtree VI. Foreigners
(Page 28) Foreign element in Irish population
(Pages 28-29) Occupations of persons born in foreign countries
(19 pages)Contract subtree VII. The sick and infirm
(Page 29) Classification adopted
(Pages 29-30) Total sick and infirm
(Pages 30-33)Expand subtree The temporarily diseased
(Page 33) The sick in hospitals
(Pages 33-34) The sick in workhouses
(Pages 34-47)Expand subtree The permanently diseased
(3 pages)Contract subtree VIII. Public institutions
(Page 48) Summary of institutions comprised under this designation
(Page 48) Ratio of inmates of the several classes of institutions to the population, by provinces
(Pages 48-49) Military quartered in each province in Ireland
(Page 49) Religious professions of inmates of workhouses
(Page 49) Conjugal condition of inmates of workhouses
(Page 49) Education of inmates of workhouses
(Page 49) Occupations of inmates of workhouses
(Pages 49-50) Number of persons on outdoor relief in each county and province in 1891 and 1901 respectively
(8 pages)Contract subtree IX. Religious professions of the people
(Page 50) Previous computations
(Page 50) Report on religious profession in 1861
(Page 50) Reports for 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901
(Page 50) Areas for which statistics of religious profession are given
(Page 50) Classification adopted
(Pages 50-51) General view of religious professions for 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, and 1901
(Pages 51-52) Information as to religious profession refused
(Pages 52-53) Religious professions of inhabitants of each province
(Pages 53-54) Religious professions of inhabitants of each county, city, &c
(Page 54) Religious professions of inhabitants of each poor law union
(Page 54) Religious professions of inhabitants of parliamentary divisions of counties
(Pages 54-55) Religious professions of inhabitants of parliamentary boroughs
(Page 55) Religious professions of inhabitants of towns
(Pages 55-56) Religious professions of inhabitants of rural districts
(Page 56) Ecclesiastical divisions
(Page 56) Dioceses
(Page 56) Present arrangement of dioceses
(Pages 56-57) Absolute and relative number of each denomination in the dioceses
(16 pages)Contract subtree X. Religious professions and education of the people
(Page 57) Decline of illiteracy
(Pages 57-58) Per-centage of illiterate persons at several census periods
(Page 58) Illiterate in each province
(Page 58) Proportion who could "read only"
(Page 58) Proportion who could read and write
(Pages 58-59) Illiterate persons in the counties and cities
(Page 59) Proportion of persons who could "read only" in the counties and cities
(Page 59) Proportion of persons who could read and write in the counties and cities
(Page 59) Per-centage of illiterate in each religious body
(Page 59) Decline of illiteracy in each church or denomination
(Pages 59-60) Illiterate persons in each religious body in 1901
(Page 60) Proportion of persons who could "read only" in each religious body in 1901
(Page 60) Proportion of persons who could read and write in each religious body in 1901
(Pages 60-61) Advance of education since 1871
(Pages 61-62) Primary instruction, religious professions
(Page 62) Superior instruction, religious professions
(Page 62) Educational establishments
(Page 62) Establishments affording primary instruction in 1871, 1881, 1891, and 1901
(Pages 62-63) Establishments affording superior instruction in 1871, 1881, 1891, and 1901
(Pages 63-64)Expand subtree Distribution of primary schools
(Pages 64-65)Expand subtree Distribution of establishments affording superior instruction
(Pages 65-66) Colleges, attendance at
(Page 66) Colleges, students in each faculty
(Pages 66-67)Expand subtree Intermediate schools
(Page 67) Training establishments
(Page 67) Primary schools giving higher instruction ranked as "superior"
(Page 67) Educational establishments classified according to the subjects taught therein
(Pages 67-69) Number of persons learning Latin, Greek, &c
(Pages 69-70) Number of persons learning Irish
(Pages 70-71) Attendances at school, years ended 31st March, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901
(Page 71) Ages of pupils
(Page 71) Proportion of population aged 5 and under 16 years not attending school
(Pages 71-72) Condition of children aged 5 and under 15 years with regard to elementary education in 1871, 1881, 1891, and 1901
(Page 72) Attendance at schools in rural and civic districts
(Page 72) School attendance, fortnight ended 11th May, 1901
(2 pages)Contract subtree XI. Irish-Speaking population
(Page 72) Persons returned as speaking "Irish only" in 1891 and 1901
(Pages 72-73) Persons returned as speaking "Irish and English" in 1891 and 1901
(Page 73) Proportion of Irish-Speaking in the provinces and certain counties
(2 pages)Contract subtree XII. Emigration
(Page 73) Number of emigrants from Ireland since 1st May, 1851
(Pages 73-74) Ages of emigrants, 1891-1900
(Page 74) Emigrants from each county and province
(Page 74) Destination of emigrants
(2 pages)Contract subtree XIII. Miscellaneous tables
(Pages 74-75) Marriages, births, and deaths in Ireland in the ten years ended 31st March, 1901
(Page 75) Distribution of families into "members", "visitors", and "servants"
(Page 75) Observations on other miscellaneous tables
(2 pages)Contract subtree XIV. Maps and diagrams
(Pages 75-76) Subjects illustrated by maps and diagrams
(3 pages)Contract subtree Conclusion
(Page 76) Revised edition of topographical index
(Page 76) Magnitude of the work of the Irish census
(Pages 76-77) Acknowledgment of services of office superintendents and staff
(Pages 77-78) Thanks to public officers with whom the department was brought into relation
(Page 78) Addendum by the registrar-general and Doctor Brady respecting the services rendered by Mr. Brew as secretary to the census department
(41 pages)Contract subtree Maps and diagrams
(12 pages)Expand subtree Maps
(27 pages)Expand subtree Diagrams
(480 pages)Contract subtree General report detailed tables
(Pages 109-168)Expand subtree First series. Summaries of tables in county books
(Pages 169-585)Expand subtree Second series. Special tables fob general report
(54 pages)Contract subtree Appendix. Copies of circulars, forms, &c
(Pages 589-590) Census act
(Pages 590-599) Circulars
(Pages 629-640) Instructions to superintendents and enumerators
(Page 641) Acknowledgment