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Thirty-first annual report of the registrar-general

Table of Contents

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(Pages 1-4) Contents
(76 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Pages i-iv) General review of facts for the year 1868
(Page iv) Marriages in 1868. Number celebrated according and not according to the rites of the Established Church
(Page v) Buildings registered for the solemnization of marriages, and certified places of worship
(Page vi) Re-marriages
(Page vii) Marriages of minors, and ages of persons married
(Page ix) Signatures of marriage registers
(Pages x-xvi) Births in 1868. Birth-rate; sex; seasons; children born in and out of wedlock
(Pages xvi-xxv) Deaths in 1868. Death-rate, seasons, and meteorology; sex; death-rate in town, country, and in counties 5 ages
(Pages xxv-xxvi) United Kingdom: Population, marriages, births, and deaths
(Pages xxvi-xxvii) Foreign states: France, Austria, Italy, and Spain; population, marriages, births and deaths
(Pages xxix-xxxii) The British army: Strength and mortality of the army at home and abroad
(Pages xxxiii-xxxiv) Births and deaths of British subjects at sea; mortality of merchant seamen
(Page xxxiv) Marine register book
(Pages xxxiv-xxxv) Progress of registration. Aggregate number of names on the registers, and the annual number of searches for registers
(Pages xxxvi-xliv) Progress of education as indicated by signatures of the marriage register
(Pages xlv-lix)Expand subtree Summary of the quarterly reports, 1868
(Pages lx-lxiii) Remarks on the meteorology of 1868; by James Glaisher, Esq., F. R. S
(Pages lxiv-lxvii) Health of London in 1868
(Page lxviii) London: Annual rate of mortality, 1840-68, in five groups of districts
(Page lxix) Annual rate of mortality in thirteen large towns of the United Kingdom in each week of 1868
(Pages lxx-lxxii) Emigration from the United Kingdom
(Page lxxiii) Number, ages, ratings, and causes of death of merchant seamen in 1868
(Pages lxxiv-lxxv) Estimated population of the United Kingdom at home, distinguishing England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland, in each of the years 1801-1870
(Page lxxvi) Population, and logarithms of the population of the United Kingdom, estimated to the middle of the years 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, 1841, 1851, 1861, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869, and 1870, including the army, navy, and merchant seamen abroad and belonging thereto
(194 pages)Contract subtree Abstracts
(Pages 2-25)Expand subtree Marriages registered in England in each of the divisions, counties, and districts in 1868; distinguishing those according and those not according to the rites of the Established Church; and distinguishing also persons married according to their conjugal condition, minority, and signature of the register by marks
(Pages 26-27) Ages of 237268 persons married in 1868, distinguishing those of bachelors, spinsters, widowers, widows
(Pages 28-82)Expand subtree Marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the divisions, counties, and districts in 1868; also births and deaths and excess of births over deaths in each of the sub-districts of England; distinguishing the sexes and illegitimate births
(Pages 83-84) Deaths in 1868 in the principal public institutions in London
(Pages 86-89) Births registered in the divisions and counties (distinguishing males and females) in each of the four quarters of 1868
(Pages 90-93) Births of children born out of wedlock registered in the divisions and counties (distinguishing males and females) in each of the four quarters of 1868
(Pages 94-97) Deaths registered in each of the four quarters of 1868 (distinguishing males and females), in divisions and counties
(Pages 98-119)Expand subtree Deaths of males and females at different ages registered in 1868 in divisions, counties, and districts
(Pages 120-125) Causes of death of males and females in England, at different periods of life, in 1868
(Pages 126-129) Supplementary table of causes of death of males and females, in England at different periods of life, in 1868
(Pages 130-135) Causes of death of males and females in London, at different periods of life, in 1868
(Pages 136-159) Causes of death of males and females in England, and in each of the divisions and counties, in 1868
(Pages 160-171) Deaths from several zymotic and other causes in 1868, in the divisions, counties, and districts of England
(Page 172) Changes in the constitution of districts and sub-districts during 1868
(Pages 174-178) Violent deaths in England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex and ages
(Pages 179-183) Violent deaths in each of the eleven divisions of England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex
(Pages 184-185) Deaths returned as having occurred from suicide in England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex and ages
(Pages 186-187) Deaths returned as haying occurred from suicide in each of the eleven divisions of England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex
(Pages 188-189) Deaths returned as having, occurred from murder and infanticide in England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex and ages
(Page 190) Deaths returned as having occurred from murder and infanticide in each of the eleven divisions of England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex
(Pages 191-192) Deaths returned as having occurred from manslaughter in England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex and ages
(Page 193) Deaths returned as having occurred from manslaughter in each of the eleven divisions of England in the year 1868, distinguishing sex
(40 pages)Contract subtree Appendix a. Letter to the registrar-general on the causes of death in England in 1868, by William Farr, Esq., M. D., F. R. S
(Pages 197-213)Expand subtree Causes of death
(Pages 214-234)Expand subtree Tables
(Pages 235-284) Appendix b. Report to international statistical congress held at the Hague on international coinage by Dr. Farr, F. R. S., &c
(Pages 285-291) Appendix c. Remarks submitted to the consideration of the royal sanitary commission by the registrar-general of England and Wales
(Pages 293-307) Index of districts, sub-districts, and of certain towns, referring by numbers to the several tables of abstracts
(Pages 308-316) Alphabetical index to report, tables, and appendices