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75

1,320

560

63

391

75

60



45 to
64

years.



65 years
and
over.



56

28

272

127

2

381



412

59

58

260

375



65
135



1,137



9

31

413

230

6
63

17

28



483

386

33

59

763

46

34

307

272

41

612
174
126
1,224
141

82
93
71
111

698

171
48

612
48

243



93
1,280
1,149

903
211
665
68
994

66

36

523

377

46

75'
38

898
50

165



174

181

15

16



19
4
67
91
23

164
31
84

776
52

28
39
16
44
266



14
238

30
174

279
253
18
418
447

589
72

299
22

379

15

14

105

77
17

47
22
306
25



62
669



28

39

4

2

113



15
5
20
132
10



120

10

60

4



Persons
o£ native
parent-
age.'



40
69

451
26

263

9,400

658

101

58

822

1,866

167

1,309

82

155

104

1,021
120
206
222

28

72

1,261

472

79

302

82



49

160

9

22
168

12
14
111
14
42



38
959
65



15
44
54
303

78
32

282
13

116

162
336
4
288
649

675
62

337
50

513

26

29

310

299

22

58
7
96
28
62



PERSONS HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BOKN AS SPECIFIED OB ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.



Austria-
Hun-
gary.8



14
3

7

618



228
7

12
1

30
6
73
10

1
7
S
1

1,662



Canada *



Canada *
(French).



4
2

20
6

11

268
32
2

165
56

46
1

21
3

25

1
1

12
17



1
238



124



1
133



68



Ger-
many.



41
465
158

28
257

5,557



360
35
37
317
652

42
1,019
26
69
191

1,468
73
117
41

25

53

660

116

21

106

9



13,940



Great
Britain.



262
16
67

632



27
219
369



604
89
157
705
107

55
93
16
90
270

158
24
651



309
559
12
687
781

498
92

302
27

635



26
420
196

26

65

9

480



149
17
10
199
344

53
134
13
12
24

296
16
46



14

8

241



4
1,535



7
17

27
63
12
253
21



52

42

112

40
21

187
7
60

64

213

3

106

351

217
51
88
27

174



Ire-
land.



20
10
168
108
18
359



141
14
50
165
421

23

615
29
53
69

326
20
70
32

10

25

264

180

21
157
23

28



145

14

1

188

9

6

133

21

35

54
77
5
223
31

12
17
70
35
264

16
21
68
2
72

246
634
106
846
285

155
76

294
15

220



Italy.



1
2
53
11
1
3

525



5
1

57

233
1

4
1

10

9

22

40



1,313



2
349



32
15
2
25
21

11
72
101



5


8


4


4


96


232


89


89


7


17


8


25


15


41


42


64


21


17


24


53



Po-
land.



1
140



17



518



2
'262

'"e



18



HI
1

6



Rus-



7
645



125

289
9
11
4

11
2

78
2



4

""i

1,527



4
15

1

2
22

9
11

321

44



Scandi-
navia.''



283
3
16



Other
coun-
tries.«



217

7

24

32

1

10

412



22
1
3
36
56

4
42
2
6
16

109
5



Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!



14
9
4

21

550



37
2
4

51
112

5
59
7
1
18

84

8

17

13



6 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
* Includes all other foreign countries.



' See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7
s Not otherwise specified.



624



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING
NEWARK, N. J.— Continued.





SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE WHITE.


For-
eign
White.


COLORED. 1


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


DNEMPLOYED.l




Native
parents, i


Eoreign
parents.!


Total.


Negro.'


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


lto8
months.


4to6
months.


7 to 12

months.


102


MALES— Continued.

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits— Continued.

Tobacco and cigar factory operatives. . .


401
1,052
454
199
80
74

24,184


47
206
68
58
28
20

5,982


177
466
229
59
16
31

10,132


177
380
167
74
36
23

6,797






162
494
188
65
12
33

19,821


232
533
247

122
60
40

1,681


7
23
18
12
8
1

2,575


2

1

107


65
186
116

19
9

16

2,910


27
61
27
24
4
4

1,396


7
14
12
10
1
3

683


103


1


1


104


Trank and leather-case makers, etc ... .
Upholsterers


105


8


8


10R


Wheelwrights


107


Wireworkers






10R


FEMALES'


1,273


1,273




Agricultural pursuits


109


16
1,314


1
716


3

442


12
133






6
1,187


6

68


5
61


8


4
368


3

41




110


Professional service.


23


23


63




Musicians and teachers of music

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service

Boarding and lodging house keepers

Housekeepers and stewardesses"

Laborers (not speciiied)^


111
112

113


187
937

7,597


102
512

1,074


62
318

1,719


13
100

3,622


10

7

1,182


10

7

1,182


153
893

5,242


12
18

862


20
24

1,456


2
2

38


26
323

475


8
17

366


7
42

180


114
115
llfi


237
319
265
967
561
79
5,041

4,216


102
88
25
87

186
2

557

1,617


50

95

98

207

155

22

1,046

1,920


80
118
108
370
204

56
2,645

675


5
18
34
303
16


6

18

34

303

16


35
171
146
288
336
6
4,188

3,668


62
39
67

238
61
12

363

236


138
106

62
432
157

59
476

298


2
3

9'

7
2
14

14


1

4

44

97

68


1
7

42
123

51


1
3
14
21
28


117




IIS




119


Restaurant and saloon keepers


12(1




794
4


794
4


266
151


137
105


110
86


121


Trade and transportation.




Bookkeepers and accountants'


122


540
764
407
142
1,388
678
93

11,041


233
366
50
52
459
334
45

2,674


270
335
120

73
703
297

42

6,048


37

62
234

17
226

47
6

2,355






519
. 719
117
136
1,306
652
77

9,719


10
22
109
1
41
11
12

519


10
21
180

4
38
11

3

756


1
2
1
1
3
4
1

47


14
17
11
16
47
31
3

1,912


11
26
7
10
33
11


2
14

2

9
21
28

3

264


IW-f


Clerks and copyists9


1
3


1
3


19A




125


Packers and shippers


12fi


Saleswomen






127


Stenographers and typewriters s

Telegraph and telephone operators

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.'
Bookbinders






128






129


64


64


881


130


81
337
274

71
369

1,233
665

1,696
623
111

541
66
153
410
686

107
657
181
284


28
57
61
26
90

236
101
546
134
29

98

28

27

136

224

32
63
36
26


46
236
160

37
234

785
416
768
414
72

269

27

99

206

290

65
326
113

77


7
44
52

8
46

212
138
342
75
10

184
10
26
68

157

20
266

32
181






77
317
264

70
349

1,168
612

1,265
598
107

490
57
186
366
630

96
623
173

272


3
4
4


1
8
6
1
9

44
31
266
15
3

31

4

8

21

99

9
79
3
5


8'

i'

1
2
10

2'

2

7

e"

1


11
91
48
11

71

218
83
210
162
SO

141
12
49
57
93

15
128
81

68


3
36
23

1
27

82

14

136

50

4

72
4
14
64
60

13
75
13

18


4
7
8
2
12

28
5
40
14
2

11
2
3

7
23

2
12
12

3


131


Boot and shoe makers and repairers






132


1


1


133


Broom and brush makers


134


Buttonmakers






10

30

10

166

10

1

20

4

7

21

50

3

49
4

7


135


Corsetmakers






13fi


Cotton mill operatives






1R7


Dressmakers


41


41


138


Gold and silver workers


139


Harness and trunk makers, etc






140


Hat and cap makers

Hosiery and knitting mill operatives. . .






141






142


1


1


143


Milliners


144




15


15


145


Shirt, collar, and cuff makers


14R




3


3


147


Textile mill operatives (n.o.s.')

Tobacco and cigar factory operatives. . .


148













NBTT BEDFOKD, MASS.



1


MALES'


18,893


4,974


3,352


9,966


601


531


6,897


11,341


619


36


885


983


606






2


385


133


34


199


19


19


129


231


24


1


21


46


16




Agricultural laborers «


3


204
96
62

552


60
69
24

330


24
2

7

72


115
32
31

132


15
3


15
3


97
13
13

179


91

78
46

361


16
6
3

19


1


17


34
2

8

11


11

1
4

8


4


Farmers, planters, and overseers

Gardeners, florists, nurserymen, etc




3


3
14


fi


18


17




Clergymen


7


62
58
47
68
77


22
35
24
49
46


5
10
10

8
12


31
13
11
11
13


4


4


26
23
20
8
19


35
33
26
56
53


1

2
1

4
4




1
2
4






S


Flpctn'cin.Tls


9
10


Musicians and teachers of music

OflSoials (government)


2


2


1
3






11


Physicians and surgeons


i


i


1









1 See explanatory notes on page 427.

2 Age unknown omitted



' Includes Bohemia.
^Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



625



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.

















NEWARK, N.


J.— Continued.


















AGE PERIODS.!


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PERSONS HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN A3 SPECIFIED OE ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!




10 to
15

years.


16 to
24

years.


25 to

44
years.


45 to
64

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary, s


Canada *

ifsSf:


Canada*

(French).


Ger-
many,


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandl-
navia.s


Other
coun-
tries."




24

77

37

4

2

5

2,079


87
316
89
37
4
23

13,445


209
487
202
98
42
33

8,071


71
156
103
49
21
12

2,248


8
16
23
11
11

1

312


47
206
58
66
28
20

7,231


18
22
13
6
2
2

803


3
2




211
504
314
67
34
17

6,461


10
120
13
12

13

1,710


8
117
30
15

4
17.

5,500


8
14

i'

372


16

2

4
3
1
1

219


58
1
12
14
1
3

674




12
24
4
7
3
1

346


10

36

4

6

1


102




4
2
1
1






104




1




1


106
107




103


26


109


730


108


3


3
.399


8
731


5
174




1
738








10
144




1
191


2
10




1

2




1
18




109
110


4


9


15


1


141


2


43


437


67
266

2,911


95
551

2,791


23
116

1,241




112
619

2,288




3

6

26




21
104

1,906


19
102

378


22
145

2,049


1
7

69


98


1

1

100




1
12

111


7
83

147




3

200


6
396


1
2


1
77


112
113


'""•a

26

'"'382'
301


4

39

96

167

126

4

2,432

2,361


99
142

83
457
254

50
1,661

1,264


116
114

50
277
147

25
490

243


18
23
11
38
33


107
106
59
386
201
2
1,338

1,621


3
3
6
17
14
1
352

114


2
1


1


33

72
109
235
137

49
1,242

1,006


35
33

7
40
67

2
184

349


46

84
44
241
89
20
1,497

724


3

21

6

4

■"■'26'

39


2
3

6'

1

1

84

21






4
2
5
14
16
1
65

61


4
10

7
10
23


IH


7'

8

4

1

78

96


2


115




116


1
3




4
2
2
67

8


117








119


73
46


19
20


1
9


88
148


120
121


11

68

8

26

140

7

2

1,338


344
408
70
92
868
450
72

5,771


178
263
160

21
354
215

17

3,277


5

23

138

3
36

5

2

585


2

2

30


233
367
53
52
459
334
45

2,633


7
15
13

1
69

5

2

284


2

7
1


1

1
1


127
104
179

37
384
109

13

3,395


42
91
26
8
83
78
14

842


89
131
83
37
244
99
15

2,535


3
2
16

1
7
3


3"


2
7
16


1
3
1


5
9

7


28
27
8
6
43
26
2

392


122
123

124




4
4


6


14
3


53
5
1

376


2

1


21
11
1

155


126
127
128

129


1




62


42


14


262


100


22


15
46
58
14

. 88

153
71
76
79
26

35
11
33
34
67

8
70
23
71


49
169
156

45
206

727
333
539
412
62

313

41

87

222

302

54
258

90
191


15
115
65
12
73

339
228
820
119
23

171

13

24

131

204

37

269

64

20


1
5


1


28
57
62
26
90

236
101
583
134
29

98

28

27

136

239

32
66
36
26


1






29
121
127
21
84

396
56
436
329
55

117
14
90
113
186

29
319
28
56


6
61
19

7
33

78
89
143
37
4

38
4
4

26

47

11
10
30
4


10
81
33
13
126

375

368

328

69

18

123

9

8

66

112

20
67
64
14










1
3
3
1
2

16
2

26
6
2

15

8

3
10

2
12
2


6
12
10

2
17

43
30
46
31

1

13
4
8
14
24

3
11
11

8


ISO


2


1


5


1
6


2
9


1
1


131




4

1
6

24

48'

8










133


2

14
22
234
12
1

22




1

4

1

11

3


2
2


4

33
8

17
1
2

4

1

7"

22

1
91

5
17


7


4
18






1






1^6


23

1


1


12

1


41
4


4


137

1SR






139




55

2

5

10

15


1




6

1

2

14

7

2
12

1
14


71

""26"
15

6
34




l-IO






2
1

1
3




8
20
90

8
64
4
2


1

3

22








i

5

1




^^'^


1

1
1
2


144

Id's


5


35

1
35




Mfi


1








108




IdH













NEW BEDFORD, MASS.



683


4,678


9,092


3,876


643


5,305


117


254


4,110


377


2,811


2,339 I 68


204


137


123


2,669


489


1


5


73


137


121


48


150


1


5


60


8


24


57 1 2


1


5


70


3








4


56
6
9

70


85
27
19

313


46
40
22

132


13
23
12

37


64
61
24

346




3

1


34
6

1

31


3
2
3

12


10
2
12

56


34
6

17

46


2


i


3
1
1

2


48
16
4

24


3

8


s


1


1


<\










2


20






5


5










2
19
8
4
6


38
36
28
21
46


18
3
9
33
18


4


25
35
26
49
47




2
6
3
2
2


9

1
4


3

3'

3

1


10
11
5
3
6


6
3
3

8
6




i




7

2'

3
6


2'

i'


7








1


s


2
10
7








1


q










in




8






1




11



6 Norway, Svreden, and Denmark.

« Includes all other foreign countries.

7 The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.



s See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.
9 Not otherwise specified.



23054r— 04-



-40



626



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING

NEW BEDFOKD, MASS.— Continued.





SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE


WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


COLORED.l


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED.!




Native
parents.^


Foreign
parents.i


Total.


Negro.i


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


lto8

months.


4to0
months.


7 to 12
months.


12


MALES— Continued.

Domestic and personal service

Barbers and hairdressers


2,452


447


324


1,410


271


212


662


1,656


128


6


181


264


120


13


149

70

90

1,506

69
54
154
262

4,078


4

9

40

194

6

5

29

116

1,881


24

26

10

172

3

6

21

45

783


90

36

27

1,038

4
36
48
86

1,259


31


29


38

30

17

403

24

7

76

28

1,363


107

39

70

1,016

34

44

65

207

2,699


4

1

3

83

1
3
11
17

114


4'


1

2

2

160




1

2

2

101


14




1

2

246


15




13

102

46
7

66
5

166


11
101

6'

50
5

149


Ifi


Laborers (not specified) '


37


Launderers


18


Restaurant and saloon keepers






1
10
2

109


1 !

2 1
5

[

85


19


Servants and waiters . .


2
12


10

1

110


20

21


Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc

Trade and transportation




Agents ... J


??


240
100
274
686

631
91
98

863

97
662
138
102

11,426


114

82

73

' 395

265
26
11

363

34

284

64

66

2,183


48

6

24

121

136

19

7

125

30

187

31

21

2,139


73
12
98
60

204
36
80

366

23

187
62
25

6,966


5


5


67

19

71

280

172
32
29

127

61

374

45

26

4,674


167
74
199
289

436
54
63

701

35
276
90

75

6,504


6
5
4
15

19
6
6

34

1
11
3

1

334


2

2'

4

i"

i'

14


8
1

32
5

28
1
3
4

3
16
3
3

559


2


2 1
1

14
9

25 \

3 1


23


Bankers, brokers, officials of banks, etc.
Boatmen and sailors '


?A


79
10

26
10


78
9

25
10


20
12

28
6
6

7

6

15
4

1

553


25

26

97


Bookkeepers, clerks, stenographers,ete.'

Draymen, hackmen, teamsters, etc

Hostlers. .


m


Hucksters and peddlers


?9


Merchants and dealers


9

10
4
1


7

10
3

1.


11 1

5
11
1


30

31


Messengers, packers, porters, etc


3?


Steam railroad employees


33


Street railway employees - . .


34


Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits. ^
Bakers


138


134


377


85


152
154
309
636
6,142

295
134
200
132

487

171
77
211
372
164

92
111

66
172

87

8,802


35
53
101
283
183

89
15
65
50
229

121
17
71

186
53

47
16
11
36
65

1,535


30
27
61
73
1,138

48
7
70
30
97

12
26
23
77
64

26
9
7

74
11

2,086


83

72

151

272

4,804

165
108
74
49
169

36
33
111
107
43

19
69
44
66
20

4,950


4
2
6

8
17

3
4
1
3
2

3
1
6
3
4

1
18
4
6

1

231


4
1
5
8
17

3
4

1
3
2

3

1
6
3
4

1
17
3
6
1

225


51
24
82
89
2,975

54
20
98
56
197

25
27
64
120
64

29
42
11
90
33

6,306


98

118

211

515

3,022

228

113

98

74

275

140
46
145
229
86

63
67
48
77
53

1,804


2
12
14
31
141

13

1

4

3

14

6

4

12

23

3


1

2"

1
4

i'



i'


4

4

31

101

156

11
9

33
8

17

5

4

23

49

7

4
5
3
5
3

443


3

4

34

92

120

10
22
12
5
16

4
16
50
63
15

6
3
6
6

4

317


3 ■

7 :
21 !

43 ;

106

8
9

7 ;

6

12 [

9 \

6 1
85
27

1

3 1
3 ,


3R


Blacksmiths


37

38


Boot and shoe makers and repairers

Carpenters and joiners


39




40
41


Engineers and firemen (not locomotive)


4?.




43


Iron and steel workers 7


44


Machinists


46
4fi


Manufacturers and officials, etc

Marble and stone cutters .


47




48
49

50


Painters, glaziers, and varnishers

Plumbers and ga« and steam fitters

Printers, lithographers, and pressmen..
Hope and cordage factory operatives . . .
Tailors


bi
5?


2

7
4

1

648


i'

44


53

54


Textile mill operatives (ra. o. «.«)

Tool and cutlery makers


1


55


FEMALES'


210




Agricultural pursuits


56


4
384


3

272




1
45






1
348


2
21


1
13










57




64


3


3


2


139


6


17




Musicians and teachers of music

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service

Boarding and lodging house keepers . . .
Housekeepers and stewardesses '


58
59


53
278

1,738


42
191

416


3
51

217


5
36

936


'


3


46
264

1,137


5
6

266


3
6

333


2'

12


9
130

41


3

1

68


5 1
11

44


60


170


166


61


83
229
126
155
1,111

675


31
106
20
89
155

366


10
18
16
19
148

205


39
96
64
39
692

106


3

10
26

8
116

8


3

10

24

8

114

8


6

109

39

79

883

694


37
40
36
25
114

49


40
75
52
48
110

26








1

1

4
13
24

10 1


62
63


5

3'

4

6


4

4

14

18

12


4
7
26
31

18


64


Nurses and midwi ves


65




6fi


Trade and transportation




Bookkeepers and accountants '


67


173

104

244

63

6,001


103
63

108
47

489


62
36
92
12

1,600


18
12
43
4

3,862






157
96

229
60

4,226


13
4
9
2

1,476


3
5
8
1

275






4
5
6
2

226


3 ,

2 :
1 1
2

139


68


Clerks and copyists^


3

1


3

1


s"


1
8


69




70


Stenographers and typewriters '

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits. '
Boot and shoe makers and repairers


71


60


48


24


251


72


60

4,864

499

96

60

222


22
132
169
37
14
47


32
1,181

123
33
15

127


6
3,543
194
25
20
43






53
3,362

336
73
28

197


2
1,310
94
16
11
22


4
179
66

5
10

3


1
13
6
2

1


11
166

36
5
5
7


20
129
42
16
5
4


1

115

9

6


73


8
23

1
1
5


8
22

1

6'


74




75


Milliners


76


Tailoresses


77


Textile mill operatives (n.o.a.')


3



1 See explanatory notes on page 427.

2 Age unknown omitted.



8 Includes Bohemia,

* Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



627



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.

















NEW BEDFORD,


MASS.


—Continued.


















AGE PERIODS.^


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PERSONS HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OK ONE PARENT BORN A8 SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
Of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.'






10 to
16

years.


16 to
24

years.


25 to
44

years.


45 to
64

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary.3


Canada*

iPsSf:


Canada ■>
(French).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandl-
navia.5


Other
coun-
tries."






30


343


1,262


693


119


611


3


32


370


31


173


628


6


4


5


13


630


46


12




""26

3'

61


82

6

4

224

10
2
36

7

837


91
56
39
753

38

33

73

130

2,200


22

8

41

422

11
18
36
99

834


3

1

5

78


28

9

60

261

6

11

77

119

1,952




5

1


66

15

2

246


4'

1
14


11
7
10
81

3
10

9
30

361


4

29

14

372

2
11
22
56

463




1


1




33
3
9

478

47
6
22
17

436


1
2
2
26

1
2
2

7

107






















2
3






2


11


6


3


3


16
17




1
7
16

143




4
6
3

69


7
9
14

465


2
4
4

46








1
3
2

32


18
























10




16


18


46


79


21




8'

3
2

17

29

1

687


35

5

46

181

122
19
17
62

38

246

24

9

3,266


129

43

133

298

363
63
63

490

26

336

82

80

6,180


62
37
76
92

123
18
24

266

15
48
27
13

2,095


14
15
20

7

18
1
2

64

1
3
4


118
82
82

402

289
36
11

367

42

288

54

66

2,246




3


24
1
1
9

96
15
16

108

18

115

24

16

3,184


1

1
1

6
1
4
21

1
7

1

280


44

4
9
66

36
3

1
88

14
76
15
6

2,197


30
2
7

60

124
8
2
90

10
81
32
14

1,245






2




13

7
163
31

65
16
11
90

4
40
4
4

1,410


5
2

4
24

11
3
2

16

6
23
7
2

325


07




1












4
9

10
4
1

8

1
6

1
2

138








13
2

3
4
1
2


9,1






1


2

1


1

i'

31
33

1
9


25

26

07




1




1
9

1
3


4
10


13
21


28
29

30




3


7


4


31






32


I
165


48


1

71


33
34




296


95




4
2
5
2
482

1
1
9
4
2

i'

3

2

1

5

1

13

641


42
19
54
59
2,194

36
12
68
46
151

6
14
11
62
41

19
33
7
66
35

3", 771


80

66

138

292

2,670

168
65
85
58

226

88
40
102
186
88

55
60
30
67
36

3,441


24

59

90

213

760

76
50
35
23
97

67
19
76
99
20

16
22
24
22
14

832


2

8

22

69

29

14
6
2
1

11

10
4
22
21
2

2
1
4
4
2

111


38

65

106

288

184

92
16
66
61
229

124
18
76

187
57

48
21
16
37
66

1,719


3


2

6

6

27

32

5
1
3
1
11

3

1
1
3
2


46
51
42
167
2,484

29
20
4
7
38

9
17
36
64

7

3
5
14
24
4

2,322


13
2

22

3

168

3

9'

1
9

1

i'

7

2

6'

11
3

138


23

6

32

36

1,610

42
2
47
28
90

11
14
14
36
30

11

6

4

24

8

1,321


11
23
38
24
597



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