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21


167


2


3,159


19




8. „ „ Gold, Silver, and Precious


















Stones


27,139


23,353


3,786


5,084


1,587


18,269


2,199




9. „ „ Copper


5,758


5,598


160


1,022


65


4,576


95




10. „ „ Tin and Quicksilver


26,119


23,224


2,895


6,236


1,619


16,988


1,276




11. „ „ Zinc


1,728


1,716


12


294


o


1,422


10




12. „ „ Lead and Antimony


3,727


3,173


554


798


213


2,375


341




13. „ „ Brass and other Mixed Metals


54,366


49,982


4,384


12,369


1,876


37,613


2,508




l_ 14. „ ,, Iron and Steel


360,356


341,965


18,391


70,577


6,653


271,388


11,738




fl6. 1. General Labourers


516,605


509,456


7,149


83,550


1,412


425,906


5,737




2. Other Persons of indefinite Occupations


285,698


244,465


41,233


75,545


17,866


168,920


23,367




17. 1. Persons o/Rank or Pkopekty not returned under any
















Class VI.


Office or Occupation
18. 1. Scholars and Children not engaged in any directly


168,895


25,510


143,385


371


1,692


25,139


141,693














'






(_ Productive Occupation


7,541,508


3,704,301


3,837,207


3,704,301


3,837,207









F THE People.]



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



xxxvn



Table XVIIL— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age as
rettirned by the Heads of Families and by tlicmselves.



Occupations.



Ages of Males.



I Ujuler
All I 00



20

Ye; ITS



Under

.5
Years.



10-



1.5-



20-



25-



.55-



Total of Males



I.— I'EOFESSIOXAL CL.VSS.

1. — l\'rsnns nifingril in flir Grvrr \T, oj* JiOC.VL

CU)Vl■:it^'.^lEXT nfclic Cotaiti'i/.

1. National Government.

Civil Service ......

Goverumeiifc 3Iessen^ers, AVorki.ien, &c. .
Other Government Ollieers



'1. LiKid Govcrnnicnt,

Map;istrate (so returned) .
Officer of I^aw Court .

Police

Prison Officer ....
Municipal, Parish, Uuion, Officer
Oblier Local Goveruinciit Oliicers



3. £!a.st I)idia and Culnnial Government.
Hast India and Colonial Service

2.— Persons enpaned in the Befeuce oftlie
Country.

1. Army — {at Home).

A^'niy Officer (efTective)

Army Retired and Half Pay Officer *

Soldier .... . . .

Militia, Volunteers ....

Army Pensioner . . . .

Others

2. Navy — {Ashore or in Port).

Navy Officer (efTective) . . . . .
Navy Retired and Half Pay Officer*

Seaman, R.N

Royal IMariue

Coasrg:uard, Royal Naval Reserve .

Navy Pensioner

Others . . . . .



3i — Persons engaged in the Learhed Pro-
fessions, or in Literature, Art, and
Science {lolth their immediate Sub-
ordinates) .

1. CTcrgynien^ Ministers, and Church Officers.

Clergyman

Pi'otestant Minister ....
Roman Catliolic Priest ....
Missionary, Scripture Reader ....

Church, Chapel Officer

Others



2. Lawyers, Law Court Officers, and Law
Stationers.

Barrister ......

Solicitor, Attorney

Law Student

Law Clerk ....

Law Stationer



3. Physicians, Sii-rffeons, and Druggists.

Physician, Surgeon

Medical-Assistant, Student

Dentist

Cliemist, Druggist

Otliers

4. Authors and Literary Persons.

Author, Editor, .Journalist

Students and Others ....



5. Artists.

Painter, Ai'List ....
Sculptor ....
Engraver .

Photographer ....
'Others engaged in the Fine Arts



2-.,717



:i.tl5
2.:i;ifi

2,S,.'i3(l
:i,ir.o

liV.)5r)
l-B



971 !



6,026
.3,81(5
70,675

.1.731)

7,142

1111



2,930
1,«2
18,867
8,384
3,775
7,296
11



20,694

9,21! I
l,fi2U

2,07:;
3,S7S
2,41G



3,580
12,314

1,540

18,88B

956



14,684
4,514
2,350

19,190
4S3



2,14S
58,937



5,005
799 I

4,803

4,021
100 I



3



^


CO






















C-.'




CTi








oT


















o


ifi




"


""■




r-l


'"'



lO


















n































2,053


23,06 t




1


424


2,223


2.778


6,194


4,512


4,178


3,060


1.646


693


4,033


2(1,157






1,430


2,623


2,758


5,858


4,722


3,633


1,988


830


318


y


625




^


1


6


10


71


102


151


141


122






3,115










18


278


517


768


875


06,6


323


lis


2,21S






10


108


168


436


514


481


35')


223


6((


221


2S,1I16








224


6,000


11,633


7,004


3,020


1,(101


290


65


17


3.133






2


15


02


894


1,062


092


312


75


16


23i;


10.6S9






26


21(1


680


2,103


2,420


2,339


1,815


1.022


310


3


139






2


1


4


16


27


26


29


27


10


11


960






1


13


62


140


171


182


223


146


43


307


6,719






1


300


917


2,011


1,282


7S0


.369




122


1


3,815








1


23


602


748


856


764


568


354


13,693


57.082






.321


13,272


18,673


27,447


9,972


679


190


68


53


755


4,975


.




42


713


652


974


1,640


1,206


418


55


30


2


7,440








2


22


312


1,53,2


2,312


1,421


982


859


1


103








1


6


43


27


16


c


5


2


336


2,594






110


226


357


, 783


624


403


201


107


119


3


1,429








3


19


127


171


276


349


238


249


6,036


12,831






367


5,669


3,790


6,937


2,195


679


168


47


26


946


7,438






8


938


1,871


3,711


1,550


179


60


31


36


6


3,769






1





34


9.37


1.237


797


373


272


119


11


7.285






1


10


40


296


1,113


2,205


1,928


1,139


564


3


11






1


2


2


1


1




4


2


1




20,694










374


4,201


5,033


4,603


3,406


2,309


788




9,264










419


2,688


1,860


1,764


1,414


S19


272




1,020










37


601


417


350


192


98


25


6


2,070






2


4


65


460


527


532


336


146


24


142


3,236




3


93


48


56


252


479


719


721


076


333


186


2,200






11


175


797


737


264


223


140


71


28




3,580










95


905


842


746


538


.300


6*




12,314






.




7W


2,929


2,820


2,202


2,003


1,203


318


393


1,147






5


3SS


749


317


52


20


7


1


1


5,990


12,896




i


761


6,228


4,271


4,186


2,042


1,312


682


341


62


225


731






33


192


114


211


1.38


127


67


41


13




14,684










614


3,719


3,01.6


2,958


2,616


1,298


433


1,398


3,116






46


1,352


1,800


888


213


110


60


11




367


1,983






38


329


385


632


423


307


172


50


12


3,650


16,540






333


3,317


3,178


4771


3,173


2,352


1,38(1


658


128


40


443






S


32


41


83


90


103


81


33


9


67


2,081






r


62


176


578


562


.397


■'H


99


28


51,859


7,078


■"




21


61,S3S


4,876


1,315


437


213


145


49


18


315


4.690






21


294


563


1,121


1,052


928


638


291.


92


100


«:i9






12


88


107


1S5


178


118


63




18


95S


3,S15




2


127


829


716


1,081


802


617


385


193


61


517


3,6114




72


445


638


1,155


1,018


575


174


21


3


IS


37 1


.




3


10


22


27


9


12


14







A'bfe.— In this and the following Table the Occupation-s are arranged according to the principle of classification adopted in the preccdin" Summarv
Table XVI I. Wlien an Order or Sub-order consists of Occupations inapplicable to both sexes, it occurs only in the Table for the sex to wliich it is'anproDriatB

Persons engaged in more than one branch of trade are referred to that which appeared to be their chief pursuit. Where inadequate numbers are returned'
under particular employments, the apparent deliciencies in all probability arise from persons partly engaged in them being returned in other capacities

The numbers returned under trades and manufactures comprise all persons employed in them, including labourers, apprentices, and assiiitauts as well a-i
masters. Many yoinig persons are thus referred to occupations usually followed by adults. Women also, chieily widows, who carry on the trades of their
deceased husbands, are sometimes returned under emjiloyments commonly followed by men. Superannuated persons, and others described as retired »<i
well as the inmates of public institutions, are classed under their former occupations, when stated. '

Upon a final revision of the Classilied Arrangement of Occupations, the numbers in Tables XVII,— SIX. have been subjected to some alteration owiu" to '
which they will not strictly represent tlio sum of the details given in the divisional Tables. ' "



after stating their I'ank



* The numbers of Officers of the Army and Navy on Half-pay are understated, many of them who omitted to insert " H.alf-pay '
havmg been classed with Effectives, The items " Officer " and " Half-pay Officer " should be taken collectively, both in the case of the Armv and'Navv'
For returns of the entire Army and N^vy, distinguishing officers and men, abroad and at home, see Appendix to Report in Vol, IV.



XXXVUl



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Occupations



Table XVIII.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age— co%i.















A&ES OF Males-


-continued.










Occupations.


All
Ages.


Under

20
Tears.


20
Years
& upw".


Under

5
Tears.


.5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75

&

upwS


3n—cont.






























6. Musicians, Teachers of Music.






























Musician, Music Master

Others


11,575
211


1,268
40


10,307
171




19


202
10


1,047
30


1,588
28


3,487
68


2,631
88


1,602
22


768
20


345
5


86


7. Actors, &c.






























Actor

Bxhihitions, Shows— Service ....
Others engaged in Tlieatres, &c. . . .


1,899

889

2,329


121
160
641


1,778

789

1,788




3

8
2


17
49
113


101
93

426


369
165
469


680
345

624


359

164
348


213
94
208


99

60
104


62
39

46


7
2
6


8. Teachers.






























Schoolmaster

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer ....
Others . . . • . •


19,378

13,349

174


704

6,762

6


18,674

6,587

168


,


a


28

1,746

1


676

5,016

5


2,774

1,363

23


6,894

2,032

43


3,818

1,381

87


2,617

1,011

80


1,723
614
21


1,022

302

13


327

84

3


9. Scientific Persons.






























Civil Engineer ... ...

Other Sejentific Persons . . . .


5,234
909


384
67


4,860
863







11
4


373
53


868
99


1,461
201


1,012
168


914
172


422
131


143
62


30
29


II.— Domestic Class.






























S.—Persoiis engar/ed in entertaining and
performing Peesonal Ofeices/o)- Man.






























1. In Board and Lodging.






























Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican
Beerseller

Coffee-house, Bathig-house Keeper .

Institution Service

Others . .


61,15S
13,209
3,840
3,306
4,696
643


903
106

16
191
230

32


60,356
13,103
3,824
3,114
4,466
611






2
92
26

6


902

106

14

99

2l)i
27


1,818
314

48
149
667

35


11,302

2,663

427

780

1,650

133


16,482

8,680

877

885

1,021

165


16,670
3,301
981
716
680
149


9,693

3,116

866

430

358

96


4,234
832
493
182
148
29


1,163
197
142
23

42
6


2. In attendance {Dnmciiio Servants, d-c.)






























Coachman ....

Groom

Gardener ....

Inn, Hotel Servant
Cook (not Domestic Servant) .
Others . . ■ ■




68,369
16,174
21,202
18,688
28,688
2,376
2,631


26,593

312

7,080

2,180

7,471

249

146


42,776
16,862
14,122
16,608
21,067
2,126
2,386






34
4


7,149
12

794
285
986
22
30


18,410

300

6,286

1,895

6,482

227

116


11,434
1,689
5,760
2,440
7,364
355
167


13,334
6,771
4,394
4,747
7,070
740
381


7,780
4,127
1,912
.3,783
3,287
493
600


5,131
2,601
1,200
2,797
1,884
.319
624


2,930
1,207
696
1,720
984
139
429


1,681
372
228
833
406
60
295


536
96
43

189
73
20
89


III,— CoMMBKCiAX Class.






























6.— Persons who But or Sell, Keep, m-
Lend, Money, Souses, or Goods of
various Kinds.






























1. Mercantile Men.






























Merchant

Banker . .

Bank Service

Insurance, Benelit Society, Service .
Broker, Agent, Factor . . .
Salesman (not otherwise described) .
Auctioneer, Valuer, House Agent

Accountant

Commercial Clerk ....

Commercial Traveller

Ottiev Mercantile Man


16,903
1,287

10,882
6,389

22,776
2,680
6,247
9,832

89,630

17,895
633


1,441

577

1,178

293

445

771

28,231

613

32


16,903
1,287
9,441
4,812

21,698
2,287
6,802
9,061

61,399

17,282
601






4


22
4ii
94
13
39
73
3,464
42
6


1,419

632

1,084

280

406

698

34.773

571

26


1,064

77

3,466

783

1,867

577

616

1,139

20,135

2,146

48


3,788

242

3,388

1,462

6,424

834

1,232

2,635

30,804

6,016

180


3,816

256

1,660

1,068

5,331

480

1,290

1,969

9,799

4,419

176


3,417

268
1,043

836
4,600

233
1,261
1,617
6,495
2,760

186


2,233

203

536

422

2,845

103

901

1,001

3,290

1,352

87


1,149
161
272
213

1,311

61

493

682

1,551

496

26


451

81

77

39

320

9

119

118

825

94

4


2. Otlier General Dealers.






























Pawnbroker

Shopkeeper (branch undeflned). General Dealer

Huckster, Costermonger

Hawker, Pedlar


6,449
22,208

3,360
27,277


3,033

1,620

664

2,977


4,416
20,688

2,786
24,300





1
2
4
38


399
365
134
820


1,633

1,263

426

3,119


1,061

1,727

632

2,455


1,820

4,327

788

6,076


810
4,880

661
6,360


638
4,886

432
4,863


406
3,073

284
3,774


162
1,714

146
2,143


29
483

43
630


7, — Persons engaged in the Conveyance of
Men, Animals, Goods, and Messages.






























1. Carriers on Sailways.






























Railway Engine Driver, Stoker
Railway Officer. Clerk, Station-master
Railway Attendant, Servant ....


13,715
22,083

48,827


1,366
5,434
6,270


12,360
16,649
43,567





i


79
692
733


1,276
4,741
4,637


3,524
4,086
9,027


6,026

6,919

17,721


2,382
3,421
9,430


1,124
2,110
4,791


266

865

1,943


42
225
667


7
23

88


2. Carriers on Roads.






























Toll Collector, Turnpike-gate Keeper

Keeper ... ....

Coachman (not domestic), Cabman, Elyman .

Carman, Cfirrier, Carter, Drayman .

Others


2,366

5,568

39,999

73,582

793


77

125

1,731

9,650

30


2,288

6,4S3

38,368

63,932

762


.


2
10


26

13

191

1,949

4


61

112

1,638

7,691

26


63

315

4,434

10,613

63


376

1,259

12,293

19,694

114


425

1,431

9,938

14,599

152


476

1,268

6,663

10,423

201


491

777
3,342
5,710

139


424

328
1,280
2,814

82


143

65
328
680

21


3. Carriers on Canals and Rivers.






























Inland Navigation Service

Bargeman, Waterman ....

Others ... ....


3,128

29,487
208


287

4,864

6


2,841

24,623

203




_
42


64

1,133

1


228
3,689

4


396

3,978

6


667

6,679

.30


595

6,256

46


606
4,160

47


464

2,672

44


268

1,606

24


65

474
6


4. Carriers on Seas and Rivers.






























Shipowner

Steam Navigation Sei-vice.

Ship Steward, Cook ....

Seaman (Merchant Service)

Pilot ... ...

Boatman on Seas ....

Harbour, Dock Service, Labourer .

"Wharfinger

Others




1,71'.
fi.SIIS
3.130
91,37(1
3.039

i..-;oo

28.74(1

1,089

614


32

405

604

15,060

157

174

2,286

74

64


1,716
0,203
3,832

79,310
2,883
1,131

26,464

1,015

560






24


1

71

1,746

13

.56

285

12

8


31

3",7

633

13,291

144

118

1,998

63

61


48
880
G44
14,863
177
143
2,906
94
49


i(i7

2,528

1,128

26,434

624

224

7,413

246

170


1.6.51

620

10,931

741

341

0,802
280
134


,sM
342
10,942
619
206
5,316
204
102


Soil

2FJ

77

5,7J4

61)2

168

2.76S

151]

63


222

52

21

3,092

229

120

1,041

70

34


71

9

6

1,386

90

85

219

21



OF THE People.]



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



XXXIX



Table XVIII.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age— cowi.



Occupations.



Ages oe Males — continuad.



An
Ages.



Under
20



21)


Under




















Yours


5


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


6.5-


&upw".


Years.





















75

&.

upw".



7. — cont.

Ij. Engaged in Storage.

Warehouseman

Meter, "Weigher



6. Messengers and Porters

Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy

Cotton Porter

Telegi'aph Company Service
Others engaged in Messages



IV.— Ageicultueal Class.

8. — Persons possessing or working the Land,
and engaged in growing Grain, Peuits,
Geasses, Animals, and other Products.

1. In Fields and Pastures.

Land Proprietor (so returned)*.

Parmer, Grazier

Parmer's Son, Brother, Grandson, Nephew

Farm Bailiff

Agricultural Labourer ....
. Shepherd (outdoor) . . . .

Parm Servant (indoor) ....
Land Sm'veyor, Estate Agent .
Land Lr.ainai^e Service ....
Agricultui'al Machine Proprietor, Attendant
Otliers engaged in Agriculture



36,825
1,825



91,818

3,291

2,710

187



i,109
189



67,311

69

l,!l08

3



28,710
1,136



34,507
2,222
1,302

IS'l



14.191

226,669

76,466

16,476

704.674

23,323

134,167

4,807

1,255

2,152

1,061



3. In Woods.



"Woodman



3. In Gardens.

Nurseryman, Seedsman, Florist

Gardener

Others engaged in Horticulture



9. — 1. Persons engaged aiout Aisi'M.A.'LS.

Horse Proprietor, Dealer .
Horse Breaker .
Horsekeeper, Groom, Jockey
Parrier, Veterinary Surgeon
Cattle, Sheep, Pig, Salesman
Drover ....
Gamekeeper ...
Vermin Destroyer
Pisherman
Others engaged about Animals



v.— IifDUSTEiAL Class.

lO. — Persons engaged in Aet aiid Mechanic
Productions, in which matters of various
kinds are employed in combination.

1. In Books.

Bookseller, Publisher

Bookbinder

Printer

Newspaper Agent, News-room Keeper
Others engaged in Puhlieations

2. In Musical Instruments.

Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer .

Other's . . ....



3. In Prints and Pictures.

Lithographer, Lithographic Printer
Otliers



4. Carving and Figures.

"Wood-carver

Others



5. In Tackle for Sports and Games.



Toy Maker, Dealer
Otliers



6. In Designs, Medals, and Dies.

Pattern Designer ....

Type-founder

Others



7. In Watches and Philosophical Instrmnents.

Watch Maker, Clock Maker ....
Philosophical Instrument Maker ; Optician
Weighing Machine, Scale, Measure Maker
Others

8. In Surgical Instruments.
Surgical Instrument Maker . . . .

9. In Arms.
Gunsmith, Gun Manufacture ....



Others



7,856



5,113

96,829

114



1,364
1,253

42,082
6,650
5,836
2,950

12,429
1,552

20,679
2,106



45

1,063

28,613

140

104,247

3,273

78,766

393

83

120

449



743

10,127

26



64
78
8,937
665
246
340
647
113
3,883
269



14,146

224,506

47,864

16,330

000,327

20,050

65,391

4,414

1,172

2,032

612



7,190



4,368
86,702



7,301
7,917
44,073
3,686
1,194



7,166
768



3,786
1,709



1,276
1,478



1,537

754

2,287



20,693

3,073

1,684

438



1,004



11,210
1,807



1,096

1,925

14,466

1,194

130



1,290
112



807
186



403



226
266



313
218
473



3,188

491

293

95



181



2,147
625



1,300
1,175

33,745
0,086
5,590
2,604

11,782
1,439

10,796
1,836



6,205
6,992
29,617
2,491
1,064



5,866
656



2,978
1,623



2,077
2,098



1,060
1,213



1,225

636

1,814



17,606

2,583

1,391

343



823



266
8



1,706
71



36,685
12
678



138

3,212
31

144



117



20,471

57

832

3



1,708

12

71,417

1,271

21,942

17

17

16

20



172



161

2,226

1



46

1,003

26,766

134

89,618

1,971

66,680

370

64

1(14

428



583

7,894

25



18

1,480

32

33

83
81
.34
802
78



6,127



5,674

194

439

3



319
4,610

30,930
672

73,944
1,466

26,907
451
111
258



9,816
270



?,7,39

650

493

37



60

00

7,451

533

212

264

603

79

8,074

167



145

344

3,678

602

36



143
32



63

287



78



480
93
62
15



26



603
166



951

1,681

10,771

584

94



670
5,669

18



1,316
38,473
18,089
3,836
130,026
4,143
14,096
947
290
037
127



1,336



1,022

17,422

9



6,213
326



r,609

643

328

41



148
101

7,209
843
460
299

1,046
93

2,936
237



4,053



6,305
4K5
111
47



3.004

43,74.1

5,714

4,277

120,568

4,724

6,499

810

325



1,484 1,476



3,1.1-2

.2.521

1 ,823

4,394

109,513

4,501

4,167

918

254

337

01



1,140

263

30

36



892
16,946

22



1,319

7,318

313

122



1,110 1,041
104



164



340
593



158
190



264
149
417



2,700
398
231



156



1,642
369



676
170



425
405



119
198



219
93
469



228
63



163



1,739
245



325

338

10,334

1,735

1,204

614
3,023

184
4,497

487



1,693

1,816

10,024

509

280



191



1,141
363



769
637



261
363



389
147
550



6,317
745
422
139



3,060

407



3,270
414



797
92



1,813

83

2

10



3,386 3,633
47,203 32,919



123
30



327
6



490

3,808

80,327

.3,009

2,989

701

133

137

46



1,328



864 674
16,459 13,601
10 19



818


290


339


293


6,831


4,920


1,344


984


1,309


1,267


563


481


3,147


2,484



312

2,614

333



1,403

1,204

5,788

532

361



140



713
362



1,124
854

3,733
502
213



872
143



319



166

1,144

57,940

1,697

1,399

439

48

42

19



786



346
9,191

7



146
181

3,948
713
828
362

1,276
271

1,800
217



4G(i 237

627 294



228
259



270
183
326



3,643

656

330

79



176



1,978
391



222
209



195
101

244



3,071
408
209



127



1,327
203



494

1,774

357

116



631
66



104

208



123
146



133
HI



106

38

146



1,791
260
129
11



685
92



58

91

1,242

429

430

673

230

1,193

118



338
257
801
191
66



190
30



822

137

OS

3



38



272
"3.3



,.346

,030

62

309

,1)19
.51 il

1.1.S
12
13
12



110
.3,415



16
32
301
138
120
07



80



97
49
179
37
18



56

7



6

17



10
. 14



21
10



4
6
16



819
33
15

2



107
11



* The number returned as "Land Proprietors '
professions or occupations are there classified.



is not the entire number of persons who own land ; for many owners having returned themselves under



xl



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Occupations



Table XVIIL— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age— cowit.



Occupations.



Ages of Males — continued.



S.O.-



.Jilt.



10. Ill Macliines and Tools.

Engine and Machine Mnkei*
Spinning, "Weavinp:, Machine Maliei*
Agricultural Implement Machhie Maker
Millwright ....
Tool Maker, Dealer ....
File Maker, Dealer ....
Saw Maker, Dealer ....
Cutler ....
Scissors Maker
Needle Manufacture .
Pin Manufacture ....
Others engaged in Tool llaldng, etc.

11. In Carriages.

Coachmaker ...

Wlieelwright

Other.s engaged about Carnages

12. In IIarnes:\
Saddler, Harness, "Whip Maker

13. In Ships.
Ship-builder, Shipwi-ight, Boat-builder

Sail Maker

Otiwrs



14. In Houses and Bttildmgs.

House Proprietor* ....
Architect ....'.

Surveyor

JBuilder



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