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1


265
4


20


672
3



67



2

1292
226

27



24



37



78
4



36



33

2



27
2



112

7



2844



„769
3



22
244



110
5



142

1



NoiE.— Order 18 consists of Scholars and Children under 15 Tears o£ Age, not engaged in any directly productive

3C 2



195

4


761

29


605
7


1124
33


320
6


493
17


762
7


631
IS


occupation





293
3



216

4



166
3



27
219



197
7



2196
257



401
16



27
305



633
9



7
490



388



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. VII.



Table 17. — Occupations of Males and Females aged 20 Years and upwards in Counties







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Country


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3. Persons i
Leaeije:
or in Li
and Sen
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Class I.




30 UirCOI.I7SHIRE-


-continued.






















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421 LINCOLN


(•Males -
" I Females


13846


626


495


698


6036


5701


1291


152


67


407




14471


240


12312


68


278


1190


883


9




231




422 HORNCASTLE


(■Males -
\ Females


6244
6511


229
105


174
6470


185
14


3732
270


1610
424


414
228


43
10


19


167
95




d m^ f^T»T"T mtTT


(•Males -
■ l Females


7548


326


187


206


4554


1733


642


64


44


218




423 SPILSBY


8019


180


6736


26


373


510


244


11




119




irkt T *~VTTmTX


(•Males
I Females


8963


376


198


330


5206


2367


496


79


42


255




424 LOUTH


9640


136


8070


32


833


629


340


5





131




425 CAISTOR


/Males -
l Females


13191


54S


293


2048


4928


3999


1375


153


66


340




12834


180


11179


44


297


863


281


6





175




426 GLANFOED BEIGG


(•Males -
" i Females


9443
9878


386
161


173

8419


528

44


4642
, 383


2886
610


828
261


88
12


41


267
149




427 GAINSBOROUGH


(•Males -
■ (. Females


7379
7555


242
132


155
6254


462
39


3678
388


2423
600


419
242


63
4


9


175

128




31 igrOTTINGBAMSBIRi:.


























(•Males -
■ I Females


6935


225


167


370


2795


1856


622


54


16


155




428 EAST RETFORD


6647


117


64M


27


288


438


193


9





108






(•Males -
" i. Females


7328


197


178


228


2002


S847


876


66


8


133




429 WORKSOP


6492


96


5684


36


209


403


164


8





88






(•Males -
■ I Females


9717


233


226


280


1742


6171


1066


57


14


102




430 MANSFIELD


9179


99


6366


59


146


2367


153







99






(• Males -
■ \ Females


21897


468


418


732


3049


15043


2187


96


49


323




431 BASFORD


21394


242


14970


76


262


6602


242


8





234






(• Males -
■ i Females


8177


231


165


494


380


6523


684


68


33


140




432 RADFORD


9896


88


5272


93


26


4303


115


2





86






f Males -
■ (. Females


21900


1173


498


2367


512


16333


2017


274


66


833




433 NOTTINGHAM


27171


366


15077


315


34


10745


634


15





351






(•Males -
' i Females


5937


227


211


238


3006


1659


596


62


19


146




434 SOUTHWELL


6421


99


5222


24


321


541


214


3





96






(•Males -
" X Females


7587


371


233


402


3229


2731


618


85


70


216




435 NEWARK


8296


143


6841


44


240


778


250


6





137






(•Males -
"i Females


3771


128


130


118


2230


900


270


32


6


90




436 BINGHAM


4221


68


3252


20


179


680


122


4


~


64




32 SERBVSHIBE.


























(■Males -
't Females


8701


265


283


708


2472


4054


929


47


10


198




437 SHARDLOW


9488


144


6658


64


333


2048


251


13





131






(•Males -
"I Females


16337


775


402


1885


564


11162


1559


259


80


436




438 DERBY


17629


270


13074


188


49


3714


334


11





259






< Males -
■ (. Females


13960


400


384


464


2208


9003


1601


106


28


2G6




439 BELPER


13795


170


10831


83


352


2113


246


4





166






< Males -
" I Females


5440


193


177


118


2633


1782


537


47


15


131




410 ASHBORNE


6844


88


4209


42


680


734


191


6





82






(•Males -
" i Females


20965


491


370


833


2872


14242


2157


131


61


309




441 CHESTERFIELD


18329


204


15878


97


409


1415


326


21





183






f Males -
■ \ Females


7717


329


256


376


2041


3698


1017


76


16


238




442 BAKBWELL


8568


122


6473


49


475


1150


289


8





114






(• Males -
■ 1 Females


4316


167


210


298


1194


1916


631


27


9


131




443 CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH


4368


69


3568


25


224


404


98


6





63






(■Males -
' i. Females


8243


181


142


384


743


6732


1060


40


8


133




444 HATFIELD


9524


60


5566


23


163


3670


63


3




47


1



North-midland CotrNTiES.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



389



and Superintendent Registrars' Districts-



-Arranged in



Classes and Orders — continued.



ORDERS.



2. a "^
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Class II.



H a
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Class III.






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Class IV.



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la<t^1










f^


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B Hi .
S» i-t m
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Id



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is

eg

few .



Class V.



|3

M

§i4



PM S

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Class VI.



1024a
44,97
B566
607S
9575
7236
5295



4585
484,7
5596

13164,
4664

12429
4216
5697



5586
11122
9574
3421
14300
5232
2757
4657



495
2070



174
973.



187-
1170



198
1397



293
1604



173
1183



155
959



107
899



178
737



22G
770



418
1810



105



498
204S



211
1006



233
1144



130
583



283
1072



402
1962



384
1257



177

788



370
1578



250
1241



210
801



85
25



132
30



270
38



107
38



113
35



81
23



70
29



130
44



313
63



179
75



1175
227



66
13



137



44
18



107
34



454
103



211
61



55
80



836
83



141
43



109



152
16



412
4



105



121
1



198
2



1772
6



361
6



349

4



168
7



150
15



419
13



315

18



172
11



265
5



601
20



1431
26



253
32



63

12



497
14



235



189
3



i762

278

3672
270

4383
872

50a3
333

4065
297



383
3652



2645

288



1831
209



1666
145



2877
262



336

26



335
34



2809
321



-3073
240



2162
179



2378
333



49



2117
352



2634
580



2746
409



1934
476



1166
224



704
153



273

100

171-
1

203
803
264
126



160
171

86
172

44
177
197
156

78



94

134

91

99

127

107

28

39



2273
43



12



691
17



746
23



1327
26



853
16



803
17



602
12



1134
18



881
19



1548
33



1362
28



4610
166



467
9



748
36



248



825
46



4042
136



1338
16



615
19



878
21



704
9



883
1059



386
427



666
536



735
715



580
620



472
409



409
363



281
331



2471
2275



5660

5427



3449
4097



6636
9951



469
489



627
676



273
552



1289
1901



2067
3273



1659
1958



665



964
1169



297
345



3746
3626



79
342



.387
61



501
57



864
104



532



437
65



377
47



379

44



417
60



99



465
86



1791
358



326
34



813



190
20



415

68



1033
166



699
92



236
40



108



348
63



165
38



57



91



20
1



17
1



29
4'



34
1



26



41
1



12"



37
1



37



141
23

167
19

31



37



118
10

32

12

146
1

ss'

13
15



156



60
1



22
1



1

51



121

- 2



169
5



70



20



154
57



642
210



72
7



80
5



13



167

•26



777
103



64
5



220

42



.85
7



40



184
.75



1405



257
6



331
3



480

7



701
7



564
7



384
3



1872
5



2296



6761
20



972
IS



1688

42



306
2



174
4



1344



3126
38



6317
38



487
5



9977



1495
18



741
3



518
19



446
19



1328



799
39



394
20



503
16



863
19



1042
20



2148
44



651
41



1930
149



568
21



673
23



256
27



901
26



1600
31



1470
37



515
17



2126
35



971
78



616
2



1048



63

347



21
204



24
226



61
321



47
258



29
233



25

222



20
177



23
145



23
133



198



33

74



87
485



193



45
227



14
95



25
225



3i:

209



23
174



31

291



211

15



12
57



390



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. VII.





Table ] 8. — Occupations of Males aged 20 Years and upwards in the Principal Towns.*






IiEI-














CESTER.


lilSrCOliN'SHlRE.


XrOTTIN-OBABI.


BEKBT.




Occupations.


SHIRE.






SBIBE.


SBIBE.




Leioestee


Boston


LlwCOMf


Newaek


Nottingham


Deebt






(Borough).


(Borough).


(City).


(Borough).


(Borough).


(Borough).




20 Tears


20 Tears


20 Tears


20 Tears


20 Tears


20 Tears






and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.




Total of Males ....

1.— Peotessionai Class.


23,692


3,662


6,946


3,062


21,900


12,999
















1.


1. Civil Service .....


«


16


19


12


41


49




Government Messengers, 'Workmen, &o.


30


10


15


17


28


31




3. Magistrate (so returned) , .


1


1


6


2


1


1




Officer of Law Court ....


12


2


8


3


20


12




PoUca


107


17


41


16


125


66




Prison Officer


21




9


,


11


20




Municipal, Parish, Union Officer .


43


6


18


6


47


26




Other Local Qovemment Officers
1. Army Officer (effective)











1





2.


1


,






3


2




Army Eetired and Half-pay Officer


2





i




1


4




Soldier


9


4


8


7


13


10




Militia, Volunteers ....


31


1


37


23


7


25




Army Pensioner


49


3


8


18


36


29




Others


2












.




2. Navy OfScer (effective)


.


1


.


1


.


.




Navy Eetired and Half-pay Officer




.


.


1


.


.




Seamen, R.N


5


1




.


.


.




Eoyal Marine


1


.


2


1


2


1




Navy Pensioner

1. Clergyman


6




2


1


4


2


3.


41


5


27


6


87


26




Protestant Minister ....


48


6


16


6


40


23




Eoman Catholic Priest ....


2


1


1


1


6


.




Missionary, Scripture Header


7




1




15


3




Church, Chapel Officer ....


13


2


8


4


18


4




Others


9


1


5


1


27


2




2. Barrister ......


1




,




10


1




Solicitor, Attorney ....


35


14


29


li


50


SO




law Student






1




1


1




law Clerk


ii


10


31


18


60


27




law Stationer .....


1


.


1


.


3







3. Physician, Surgeon ....


42


10


20


11


66


27




Medical Assistant, Student .


14


2


2


2


4


8




Dentist


12


,


5


2


14


6




Chemist, Druggist ....


104


SO


52


28


117


65




Others


6


.


.





2


1




4. Author, Editor, Journalist .


4


2


3




9


3




Students and Others ....


3


1


9


3


26


7




5. Painter, Artist


15


1


3


1


82


9




Scidptor


1


.


.




6


6




Engraver


6


2




2


21


3




Photographer


19


3


7


3


22


9




Others engaged in the Fine Arts .


1







1





1




6. Musician, Music Master


52


14


19


8


99


46




Others


1


.


.





.






7. Actor


7


,


.


1


26


6




Exhibitions, Shows— Service




.




4


8


1




Others engaged in Theatres, &o. .


7




6


1


15


4




8. Schoolmaster


38


18


25


12


Bl


20




Teacher, Professor, lectiu-er


14


2


5


.


21


12




OfJiers


.









7







9. Civil Engineer


9


4


4


.


17


17




Other (SciOTii^o Persons
11.— Domestic Ciass.


14


1


2




4


2
















5.


1. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican .


306


69


92


48


267


191




BeerseUer ......


65


10


7


15


83


11




Lodging-house, Boarding-house Keeper


5


2


1


1


5


7 •




Coffee-house, Eating-house Keeper


10


2


1


3


7


2




Institution Service ....


22




'^t


.


15


3




Others


2


3


2


1




2




2. Domestic Servant (General)


63


6


30


13


40


64




Coachman


6


.


10


2


8


11




Groom


8


3


9


4


8


13




Gardener


5


4


8




3


8




Inn, Hotel Servant


59


24


39


12


66


18




Cook (not Domestic Servant)


6


.


4


.


2


3




Others

111.— COMMEEOIAI ClASa.


3





1




4



















6.


1. Merchant


29


6


18


,


SO


6




Banker


2


6


,


.


4


1




Bank Service


36


9


15


12


43


24




Insurance, Benefit Society, Service


16


1


9


2


37


S




Broker, Agent, Factor ....


119


4


15


4


112


39




Salesman (not otherwise described) .


4


.




.


2


2




Auctioneer, Valuer, House Agent


27


9


8


5


46


16




Accountant


31


13


15


8


82


21




Commercial Clerk ....


276


22


45


20


297


90




Commercial Traveller ....


149


17


24


7


173


31




Other Merccmtile Men


8


.






1


.




2. Pawnbroker


31


3


1


2


40


9




Shopkeeper ( branch undefined i.
















General Dealer


86


24


16


16


131


54




Huckster, Costermonger


4




1


1


11


1




Hawker, Pedlar


123


32


63


26


216


84



• Por the Ages of the Inhabitants of these Towns, see Table 6 in this Division.

yofe— For explanation of the principle adopted in the general classification, and as to the mode Of returning certain Occupations, see Notes
appended to Tables 10 and 11 in this Division.



NOETH-MIDLAND COUNTIES.] OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



391



Table 18. — Occupations of Males aged 20 Years and upwards in the Peincipal Towns — cont



lOi



Occupations.



XiEI-

CESTER-

SHIRE.



Kna-coiiNSiiiRi:.



Leicestee
(Borough).



Boston
(Borough).



20 Years
and upwards.



7. 1. Railway Engine Driver, Stoker .

Railway OIBcer, Clerk, Station-master
Railway Attendant, Servant

2. ToU Collector, Turnpike-gate Keojjei'
Coach, Omnibus, Cab Owner and Livery

Stable Keeper .
Coachman (not domestic). Cabman, Fly'

man

Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman

S. Inland Navigation Service .
Bargeman, "Waterman .
Others



i. Shipowner ....
Steam Navigation Service .
Ship Steward, Cook
Seaman (Merchant Service) .

Pilot

Boatman on Seas ...
Harbour, Dock Service, Labourer
"Wharfinger ....
Others



5. "Warehouseman . .

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy
Cotton Porter

Telegraph Company Service .



IV.— AeEicuLTUEAi Class.

8. 1. Land Proprietor (so returned)* .
Farmer, Grazier ....
Farmer's Son, Brother, Grndsn., Nephw.

Fai-m Bailiff

Agricultural Labourer .
Shepherd (outdoor)
. Farm Servant (indoor) .
Land Surveyor, Estate Agent
Land Drainage Service
Agric. Machine Proprietor, Attendant
Others engaged in Agriculture .



2. Woodman

8. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Florist ,
Gardener



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



v.— INDPSTEIAI. ClASS.

1. Bookseller, Publisher ....

Bookbinder

Printer •

Newspaper Agent, News-room Keeper.
Others engaged in Publications .

2. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer
Others



3. Lithographer, Lithographic Printer
Others



i. "Wood-carver .
Others .

5. Toy Maker, Dealer
Others .



6. Pattern Designer ,
Type-founder
Others .



7. "Watch Maker, Clock Maker ....
PhUosoph. Instrument Mkr. ; Optician
"Weighing Machine, Scale, Measure Mkr.
Others

8. Surgical Instrument Maker .

9. Gunsmith, Gun Manufacture

10. Engine and Machine Maker. .
SpimOng, "Weaving Machine Maker .
Agricultural Implement Machine Mkr.

MiUwright

Tool Maker, Dealer ....
File MaJter, Dealer . . . .
Saw Maker, Dealer ....

Cutler

Needle Manufacture . . . ■

Pin Manufacture

Others engaged in Tool Making, &e. .



11. Coachmaker

"Wlieelwright . . . .
Others engaged about Carriages .

12. Saddler, Harness, "Whip Maker .



108

M

269



18
104

im

6

BO



309

204



IS
79
3
7
309



16
243



5

9

132

13

44

18

1

1

1

4



31

123

9

9

10

2

21

2

10
5



2

3i



151

12

21

6



18



111

64

9

46



20 Years
and upwards.



LiNCOLK

(City).



NOTTIITGIIAni-
SKIRE.



Newakk
(Borough).



20 Years 20 Years

and upwards, and upwards.



19
21
94

3

3

13
3

B.
10



8
13



77
4
4
169
1
9
4
1



3

54



21
5



1

91

1



7

2

24

1



58
1

1
4



12
19



40
16
90



15
22



21
4
1
2

3

23



4
69
3
2
216



13
73



14

2

108

3

13
6
1

i

1



6
7
48
6
3



31

1
1



4
536

19

22
1



36
92
1

26



NOTTIJfGHAM

(Borough).



DERBY-
SHIRE.



20 Years
and upwards.



1
14

54



14
2S

3

63



4
27



3
71



76



3
11



1
11

2



7
54



2
12



33
11



20



61
68
222



89
122

3

62



271

234
1
6



7
32
1
4
107
1

6
1



172



11

8
112

9
18
11



42
263
17
15

11
5



10
2

10

3

505

292

1

14

17

1

8

20

54

2

3

123
51
1

100



Deebt
(Borough).



20 Years
and upwards.



79
166
318

1

12

72
73



34
60



39
1
1

126



11
3



7
121



3

2

65



133

7
4



1
5

IB



17

4

609

21

1

15

7

2

14

4

i

169



26



*Th6 number returned as "Land Proprietors" is not the entire number of persons who own land; for many owners having returned
themselves under professions or occupations are there classified.



392



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. VII.



Table 18. — Occupations of Males aged 20 Years and upwards in the Principal Towns—com^.





X.ISI-

CESTER.


IiHTCOIiirSHIKE.


NOTTIia'GHAni-


SERBV-




SHIRE.






SHIRE.


SHXRE.


Occupations.


Leicestee


Boston


Lincoln


Newaek


Nottingham


Deeby




(Borough).


(Borough).


(City).


(Borough).


(Borough).


(Borough).




20 Years


20 Tears


20 Years


20 Years


20 Years


20 Years




and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.


and upwards.


XO,—cont.














13. Ship-builder, Shipwright, Boat-builder


5


21


16


5


5


4


Sail Maker


2


3


1


1


2




14. House Proprietor * . . . ,


11


3


6


5


9


3


Architect


88




15


2


36





Surveyor


9




4




8


4


Builder


140


20


62


12


127


86


Cai-penter, Joiner


049


114


314


86


603


4U0


Bricklayer


583


106


197


73


562


444


Mai-blo Mason


4








19


19


Mason, Pavior


205


13


77


21


202


110


Slater, Tiler


21


8


15


2


34


36


Plasterer


75


4


20


1


88 •


74


Paperhanger


4




2


. 1


24


2


Plumber, Painter, Glazier .


385


66


148


70


424


324


Others . :


1






.


6


1


15. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer


202


43


80


19


223


102


Undertaker


1








1


.


Carver and Gilder


27


i


4


4


30


25


Pumiture Broker, Dealer


20


6


4


1


41


13


Others


1








', . ^


.


16. Manutacturinj; Chemist, Labourer


6




4


4


7


3


Dye, Colour Manufacture


11








3


77


Dyer, Scoxirer, Calenderer .


152


10


8


i


149


65


Others


9


1


7




18


1


11. 1. Woolstapler


43




1




1




Woollen Cloth Manufacture


168


i






9


li


Wool, "Woollen Dyer ....


16








1


.


Worsted Manufacture ....


261








8


4


Cloth Merchant, Dealer


12




2




6


,


Carpet, Eug Manufacture .


3


2






1


.


2. Silk, Satin Manufacture


51








147


476


Silk Dyer, Printer ....


11






.


21


44


Silk Merchant, Dealer ....


2


,




a


7




Ribbon Manufacture ....


5






e




37


Others


1










.


3. Plax, Linen Manufacture


2






-2


8




Lace Manufacture ....


5




i




2278


70


Thread Manufacture ....


1












' Tape Manufaeftire, Dealer .


1










i


Cotton Manufacture . ...


58


.


2




iii


^]


Cotton, Calico Warehouseman, Dealer.










1


Muslin Manufacture ....










4




Calico, Cotton Printer ....


i








1 •


i


Calico. Cotton Dyer ....


20






.


2


1


4. Weaver (not otherwise described)


75






3


15


45


Bleacher (not otherwise described) .


13








22




Manchester Warehouseman




, .




i






Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer


176


68


114


66


236


123


Fancy Goods Manufacturer, Dealer


28


1


2




7


2


Trimming Maker, Dealer


23








6


62


Others


1




.




3


1


5. Hairdresser, Wig Maker


67


17


23


12


83


35


Hatter, Hat Manufacture .


117


16


4


3


42


17


Sti-aw Plait Manufacture












1


Purrier, Skinner


4




17


,


24


3


Tailor


491


102


184


98


579


323


Milliner


7






1


20


1


Stay Maker, Ladies Outfitter


3


i






8




Hosiery Manufacture ....


2867


2


i


4


1797


110


Hosier, Haberdasher ....


170


2


6


6


165


18


Glover (leather)


1












Glove Maker (all except leather) .


28


i '


,




16




Shoemaker, Bootmaker


3714


168


204


133


935


388


Patten, Clog Maker ....


2




3




4


4


Button Maker




,






2




Umbrella, Parasol, Stick Maker .


8








20


3


Others providing Dress


3


.






6




6, Mat Maker, Seller . ...


1








2




Hemp Manufacture ....










2




Hope, Cord Maker ....


47


li


20


9


30


13


Sacking, Sack, Bag Maker, Dealer




' 5




2


3




Others


4






1


4


S


12. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller ....


'66


9


25


10


51


38


Cheesemonger

Butcher, Meat Salesman


13


2


1




7


10


337


76


117


60


348


186


Provision Curer, Dealer


38


1


1


8


73


30


Poulterer, Game Dealer


6


18


10


3


11


3


Fishmonger


62


11


17


5


121


37


2. Corn, Plour, Seed Merchant, Dealer .


42


79


17


21


67


30


Miller .


65


-14


67


64


■m


31


Baker


239


63


65


31


218


121


Confectioner, Pastry Cook .


-59


13


20


-6


67


83


Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable Dealer .


60


17


29


,6


74


34


Others


2






1


8




3. Maltster


61


7


83


191


77


55


Brewer


101


32


36


65


130


86


Wine and Spirit Merchant


28



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