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Fifty-eighth annual report of registrar-general of births, deaths and marriages, Scotland

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(Pages 1-3) Title page & contents
(Page 3) Report of the registrar-general to the secretary for Scotland
(Pages 5-6) Report to the registrar-general by James Craufurd Dunlop, M. D., F. R. C. P., Edin
(6 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Page 7) Table I. Population estimated to the middle of each year, with the number of births, deaths, and marriages registered in Scotland during each of the years 1855 to 1912, and their proportion to the population; also the excess of births over deaths, the number of illegitimate births, and their proportion to the total births
(Page 8) Table II. Number of births, deaths, and marriages in Scotland and their proportion to the population, estimated to the middle of each year, during each quarter of the years 1902 to 1912 inclusive
(Page 9) Table III. Births, deaths, and marriages in each of the eight divisions of Scotland during the year 1912, and their proportion to the estimated population
(Page 9) Table IV. Births, illegitimate births, deaths, and marriages in the five registration groups of town, rural, and insular districts in Scotland in 1912
(Page 9) Table V. Birth-, death-, and marriage-rate per 1, 000 of the population, percentage of illegitimate to the total births and proportion of boys to girls at birth, in the five groups of registration districts in 1912
(Page 10) Table VI. Proportion of the illegitimate to every 100 births in Scotland, its divisions and counties, in 1912
(Page 10) Table VI a. Comparing death-rates per 1, 000 in the principal towns and in the mainland-rural districts of Scotland, 1855-1912
(Page 11) Table VII. Births, deaths, and marriages registered during 1912, and their proportion to the estimated population, in the principal towns of Scotland
(Page 11) Table VIII. Death-rate per 1, 000 of the population in each of eight of the principal towns of Scotland during each of the years 1902-1912