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Population, Scotland, Vol. I, 1901

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-viii) Title page and contents
(17 pages)Contract subtree I. Report
(Page ix) Authority for taking census of 1901
(Page ix) Methods similar to those for previous censuses
(Page ix) Enumeration districts
(Page ix) Qualifications of enumerators
(Pages ix-x) Procedure as to issuing schedules
(Page x) Definition of the term "house"
(Page x) Procedure as to collecting schedules
(Page x) Number of registrars and enumerators
(Page x) Divisions into which the country is divided
(Page xi) Alterations of boundaries of parishes
(Page xi) Schedules relative to shipping
(Page xi) Preliminary report superseded
(Page xii) Alterations in householder's schedule
(Page xii) Summary of sixteen series of tables
(Page xiii) Increase of population
(Page xiii) Emigration returns sparingly used
(Page xiii) Doubling period
(Pages xiii-xiv) Increase and decrease of population in divisions
(Page xiv) Increase and decrease of population in counties
(Page xiv) Mainland and insular population
(Page xv) Grouping of the population
(Page xv) Area and population
(Page xvi) Temporarily absent and present
(Page xvi) Distribution and proportion of sexes
(Pages xvi-xvii) Gaelic-speaking population
(Page xvii) Parliamentary constituencies
(Page xvii) Difference between civil and parliamentary counties
(Pages xvii-xviii) Public institutions, &c
(Page xviii) Blind
(Page xviii) Deaf and dumb
(Pages xviii-xix) Lunatics, imbeciles, &c
(Page xix) Foreigners
(Pages xix-xx) Sizes of families
(Page xx) House accommodation
(Pages xx-xxi) Average sizes of families and houses
(Page xxi) Preparation of further tables in progress
(17 pages)Contract subtree II. Tables appended to the report
(Page xxiv) Population of Scotland at decennial periods, 1801-1901
(Page xxiv) Population in mainland and islands of Scotland, 1871, 1881, 1891, and 1901
(Page xxiv) Grouping of population in towns, villages, and rural districts
(Page xxv) Sexes and their proportions in Scotland, 1801-1901
(Page xxv) Increase of males and females in decennial periods, 1801-1901, with percentage of increase
(Page xxv) Males and females in Scotland and the proportion of females to every hundred males in 1901
(Page xxv) Sexes in the mainland and insular districts of Scotland in 1891 and 1901, their increase or decrease and proportions
(Page xxvi) Number and proportion of the sexes in the towns, villages, and rural districts of Scotland in 1901
(Page xxvi) Families, houses, rooms, and proportion of persons to each in 1891 and 1901
(Page xxvi) Emigrants from the United Kingdom during the intercensal period, 1891-1901
(Page xxvii) 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 1891 and 1901
(Page xxvii) Number of families of different sizes, number of persons in each family, and percentage of families of different sizes to the total families in the burghal and extra-burghal groups, and in the town and rural groups of Scotland in 1901
(Page xxvii) Number and proportion of families in houses of different sizes in Scotland in 1871, 1881, 1891, and 1901
(Page xxviii) Number and proportion of families in houses of different sizes in the burghal and extra-burghal groups, and in the town and rural groups of Scotland in 1901
(Page xxviii) Number of persons, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English, in Scotland, with their respective percentages to the total population of Scotland in 1901
(Page xxviii) Number of persons in public institutions, in miscellaneous institutions for the healthy, and in licensed lodging houses; military and royal navy, merchant shipping, &c, in Scottish waters; and persons in barns, sheds, &c
(Page xxix) Proportion of lunatic and of imbecile or feeble-minded in every million persons in Scotland, its divisions and counties
(Page xxix) Proportion of blind, of deaf and dumb, and of deaf in every million persons in Scotland, its divisions and counties
(Pages xxx-xxxi) Population of Scotland enumerated in civil counties, 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901
(Pages xxxii-xxxiii) Increase of population in the civil divisions and counties of Scotland in decennial periods from 1841 to 1901
(Page xxxiv) Rates of increase of the population of Scotland in decennial periods from 1841 to 1901
(Page xxxv) Area of Scotland in statute acres, and in square miles, with the number of persons to each square mile; and the number of acres to each person, and the proximity or calculated average distance in yards between each two persons
(Page xxxvi) Population, families, houses, and rooms in the civil counties of Scotland in 1901, with their several proportions to each other
(Page xxxvii) Population of Scotland, 1901, in civil divisions and counties, excluding the army, navy, and merchant shipping
(Pages xxxviii-xxxix) Householder's schedule
(376 pages)Contract subtree Population tables
(Pages 1-68)Expand subtree I. Scotland in civil counties and parishes, the parishes being in alphabetical order under each county and arranged in two sub-divisions, viz
(Pages 69-131)Expand subtree II. Scotland in registration counties and registration districts, the districts being in alphabetical order under each county and arranged in two sub-divisions, viz
(Pages 133-155)Expand subtree III. Scotland in school board counties and districts, 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows; also an explanation of the difference between the civil and school board counties
(Pages 157-188)Expand subtree IV. The civil counties of Scotland with 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows
(Pages 189-204) V. The parliamentary burghs, the parliamentary districts of burghs and of counties, arranged in alphabetical order with their divisions, 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901. For comparison, there is added the number of families, inhabited houses, males, females, and both sexes in 1891; also an explanation of the difference between the civil and parliamentary counties
(Pages 205-207) VI. The royal burghs of Scotland, arranged in alphabetical order, 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901. For comparison, there is added the number of males, females, and both sexes in 1891
(Pages 209-214) VII. The municipal and police burghs, arranged under each county, 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901. For comparison, there is added the number of males, females, and both sexes in 1891
(Pages 215-221) VIII. The wards (municipal) of burghs so sub-divided-the burghs being arranged in alphabetical order-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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901
(Pages 223-252)Expand subtree IX. The counties (administrative), county districts, and electoral divisions, 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901
(Pages 253-260) X. The public health areas of Scotland in counties, districts, and burghs, 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901
(Pages 261-284)Expand subtree XI. 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901. For comparison, there is added the number of males, females, and both sexes in 1891
(Pages 285-291) XII. 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, aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; and the number of rooms with windows in 1901. For comparison, there is added the number of males, females, and both sexes in 1891
(Pages 293-309)Expand subtree XIII. 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 sub-divided into fourteen series of tables, viz
(Pages 311-314) XIV. Infirmities: Number of persons, males and females, enumerated in Scotland and its civil counties, as lunatic, imbecile, or feeble-minded, blind, deaf and dumb, dumb, deaf, or afflicted with two or more of these infirmities in combination distinguishing in each class those affected from childhood
(Pages 315-321) XV. Foreigners: Number and nationality of persons, males and females, the subjects of foreign countries, enumerated in Scotland and its civil counties and in fifteen populous burghs
(Pages 323-376)Expand subtree XVI. Number of families of different sizes and the number of families occupying houses of different sizes in Scotland and its civil counties, and in its burghal, extra-burghal, town, and rural groups
(Pages 377-404) Index to first volume