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Population report, Scotland, Vol. I, 1881

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-vi) Contents
(10 pages)Contract subtree I. Report
(Page ix) Authority for taking census of 1881
(Page ix) Local officials employed
(Page ix) Complete acreage of Scotland supplied by directors of Ordnance Survey
(Page ix) Sources of information relative to local divisions and boundaries
(Page x) Enumeration of persons on board vessels
(Page x) Interim report superseded
(Page x) Plan of publication of abstracts
(Page x) New definition of the term 'house'
(Page xi) School board counties and districts
(Page xi) Persons who speak Gaelic habitually
(Page xii) Migration of population
(Page xii) Summary of the ten series of tables
(Page xiii) Number of the population of Scotland
(Page xiii) Increase of population
(Page xiii) Doubling period of the population
(Page xiii) Increase and decrease of population in the divisions, of Scotland
(Page xiv) Increase and decrease of population in the county of Scotland
(Page xiv) Grouping population in town, village and rural districts
(Page xiv) Distribution of the population over area
(Page xv) Grouping population in town, village and rural districts
(Page xv) Houses and families of different sizes
(Page xvi) Public institutions
(Page xvi) Work still in progress
(16 pages)Contract subtree II. Tables appended to the report
(Page xviii) Table 1. Population of Scotland at decimal periods since 1801
(Page xviii) Table 2. Population in mainland and Islands of Scotland 1861, 1871 and 1881
(Page xviii) Table 3. Grouping of population in towns, villages and rural districts
(Page xix) Table 4. Sexes and their proportions in Scotland 1801-1881
(Page xix) Table 5. Increase of males and females in decennial periods 1801-1881; with percentage of increase
(Page xix) Table 6. Males and females in Scotland and the proportion of females to every hundred males
(Page xix) Table 7. Sexes in the mainland and insular districts of Scotland in 1871 and 1881; their increase or decrease and proportions
(Page xx) Table 8. Number and proportion of the sexes in the towns, villages and rural districts of Scotland in 1881
(Page xx) Table 9. Families, houses, rooms, and proportion of persons to each in 1881
(Page xx) Table 10. Number of families of different sizes, number of persons in each family, and percentage of families of different sizes to the total families in Scotland in 1871 and 1881
(Page xx) Table 11. Number and proportion of families in houses of different sizes in Scotland in 1871 and 1881
(Page xxi) Table 12. Number of persons speaking Gaelic in Scotland with their percentage to the total population of Scotland in 1881
(Page xxi) Table 13. Public institutions for the healthy, the sick, lunatics, deaf and dumb, and blind, also conventual institutions, military and militia barracks and forts, prisons, reformatories, royal navy, merchant shipping, and vagrants
(Pages xxii-xxiii) Table 14. Population of Scotland enumerated in civil counties in 1831, 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, and 1881
(Pages xxiv-xxv) Table 15. Increase of population in the civil divisions and counties of Scotland in decennial periods from 1831 to 1881
(Page xxvi) Table 16. Rates of increase of the population of Scotland in decennial periods from 1831 to 1881
(Page xxvii) Table 17. Area of Scotland in statute acres, and in square miles; with the number of persons to each square mile, the number of acres to each person, and the proximity or calculated average distance in yards between each two persons
(Page xxviii) Table 18. Population, families, houses and rooms in the civil counties of Scotland in 1881, with their several proportions to each other
(Page xxix) Table 19. Population of Scotland, 1881, in civil divisions and counties, excluding the army, navy, and merchant shipping
(Pages xxx-xxxi) Table 20. Householder's schedule
(321 pages)Contract subtree Population tables
(Pages 1-97)Expand subtree I. Scotland in civil counties and parishes, showing the acreage, the number of families, of houses inhabited, uninhabited, and building; the number of the total population and of persons of each sex; the number of persons speaking Gaelic habitually; the number of rooms with windows; and the number of persons temporarily absent or present in each parish or subdivision thereof on the 4th April 1881. For comparison there is added the number of families, persons of each sex, houses, and rooms with windows in 1871
(Pages 99-126)Expand subtree II. The civil counties of Scotland in their ecclesiastical sub-divisions, showing in each the number of families, of houses inhabited, uninhabited and building; the number of the total population and of each sex; the number of persons speaking Gaelic habitually; and the number of rooms with windows
(Pages 127-155)Expand subtree III. The civil counties of Scotland grouped in town, village, and rural districts, showing the number of families, of houses inhabited, uninhabited, and building; the number of the total population and of each sex; the number of persons speaking Gaelic habitually, and the number of rooms with windows in 1881. For comparison, there is added the corresponding number of males, females, and both sexes in 1871
(Pages 157-163) IV. The inhabited Islands of Scotland, arranged according to counties, showing the number of families, of houses inhabited, uninhabited, and building; the number of the total population and of each sex; the number of persons speaking Gaelic habitually, and the number of rooms with windows in 1881. For comparison, there is added the corresponding number of males, females, and both sexes in 1871
(Pages 165-176) V. The parliamentary, royal, and police burghs. Also the parliamentary districts of burghs and of counties, showing the number of families, of houses inhabited, uninhabited, and building; the number of the total population and of each sex; the number of persons speaking Gaelic habitually, and the number of rooms with windows. Also, in addition, for the parliamentary districts of burghs and districts of counties, the number of electors on the roll, and the number of members returned to parliament
(Pages 177-188)Expand subtree VI. Public institutions, etc., Arranged according to counties, showing the number of males, females, and both sexes in each; also the number of male, female, and total benefited inmates, the male, female, and total officials, and the male, female, and total members of the officials' families, the whole being subdivided into nine series of tables, viz.:-
(Pages 189-199) VII. Explanation of the difference between the civil and registration counties
(Pages 201-260)Expand subtree VIII. Scotland in registration counties and registration districts, the districts being in alphabetical order under each county, arranged in two subdivisions, viz
(Pages 261-284)Expand subtree IX. Scotland in school board counties and districts, showing the number of families, of houses-inhabited, uninhabited, and building; the number of the total population and of each sex; the number of persons speaking Gaelic habitually, and the number of rooms with windows
(Pages 285-321)Expand subtree X. Number of families of different sizes, occupying houses of different sizes, in the registration counties and districts of Scotland
(Page 322) Constitution of registration districts having different names from the parishes in which they are situated, or composed of more, or parts of more, than one parish
(30 pages)Contract subtree Index to first volume