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Number of Foreigners.]



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



li



TABLES RELATING TO FOREIGNERS in ENGLAND and WALES.



'Table XXIII. — ENGLAND AND WALES. — Number of Natives of Foreign Countries, disfcingLiishing Males
and Females, enumerated in eacli of the Registration Divisions on the 3rd of April 1871.













Registeation


DiviaiONE


.










y


i












Wheee boen.


EU'GXiAII'S AITD

■waj.es.


I.— London.


II.— S

Bas
Coun

Males.


outb-

tern
ties.


III.— South-
midland
Counties.


IV X

Coui

Mules.


astern
ities.

Females.


V South-

■Western
Counties.




Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Males,


Females.


Total of Foreigners -


G3,023


37,613


33,211


21,82-1


3,874


3,774


1,173


1,210


797


000


1

],.3,';t


1,02:;


Born in EUROPE.






















1




Feance


8060


9210


5086


5634


1164


1612


295


387


88


ISO


230


261


SWITZEELAHD


15-10


1686


1004


728


130


290


29


107


19


55


23


104


Spain


1080


404


416


228


71


51


20


23


14


8





5


POETUeAL


316


143


164


76


13


20


11


13


6


3


10


4


ITAXT


413S


925


2015


638


211


91


71


28


63


13


220


25


Geeece


408


195


150


75


23


28


12


10


2


1


4


3


TUKKET


387


141


144


01


26


8


4


1


4


5


2


5


AUSTKIA


11.11


371


557


262


63


23


14


9


4


2


41


7


HUNGAET


2"15


62


118


40


15


2


7




1


.


2


.


Geemany, including Prussia -


21233


11690


12762


7011


901


873


332


316


242


175


375


257


Belsidm


IMS


1087


880


704


172


115


38


36


18


11


23


18


HOLIAKD


3666


2592


2616


2209


100


64


59


24


67


22


34


32


Denmark


1337


228


379


134


71


11


9


8


35


4


28


2


Noeway


3rs70


171


917


60


152


3


6


2


85


6


221


1


Sweden


1773


196


676


121


112


12


13


4


40


2


49




Russia


1724


789


723


342


68


45


18


14


11


7


28


7


Poland


4385


2671


2567


1662


83


22


21


4


22


3


34


19


Total born in Eueope -


57,334


32,496


31,203


19,881


3,360


3,270


962


936


717


476


1,330


730


Born in ASIA.


























Peebia


9


10


6


7


2


2














China ....


111


88


61


43


17


18


20


12


3


6


1


2


Aeabia


13


5


4


1


2




1




1








Othee Counteies


82


42


43


19


9


8


3

24


8
20






2


1


Total born in Asia


216


113 '


104


70


30


32


4


5


3


3


Boi-n in APEICA.


























BOYPT


79


69


34


34


14


11


3


4


2


1


1




Othee Paets


130


107


57


59


23


17


4


10


3





2


2


Total born in Aieioa .


209


176


91


93


37


28


7


14


6


1


3


2


Bom in AMERICA.


























United States


4298


3972


1397


1890


323


348


146


157


59


52


1S4


238


Mexico


66


43


28


20


3


8


3


1






T


3


Beazil


211


214


96


91


26


27


7


9




1


12


12


Othee States


638


629


282


261


93


61


24


23


9


24


20


33


Total bom in Amekica -


5,212


4,758


1,803


1,762


445


444


180


190


68


77


197


286


BornABEOAD.Countrynot stated


65


39


10


18


<j









3


1


1


3



This Table includes only the natives of Foreign Countries, and not the children of Foreign Parents born in the United Kingdom.



g2



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CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Number and Ages



Table XXIII. — ENGLAND AND "WALES. — Number of Natives of Foreign Countries, distinguishing Males
and Females enumerated in each of the Registration Divisions — continued.





Registeation Divisions.


■\VnERE BOEX.


VI -West-
midland
Counties.


VII.— TTortb-
niidland
Counties.


VIII N-ortb-

-Western
Counties.


I

IX. — Torksbire


X. — Xortbern
Counties.


XI nion-

moutbsblre
and Wales,




Males.


Pemales.


Males.


Pemales.


Males.


Pemales.


Males.


Pemales.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Total of Foreigners -


2,431


1,600


1,869


645


1

8,789


4,251


3,103


1,402


4,999


763


1,745


603


Bom in EUROPE.


























Pkahce


2S.J


422


193


145


601


354


103


143


93


09


628


71


SWITZEKLAND


67


122


19


63


168


119


51


47


13


19


17


32


Spain


19


5


9


6


476


56


13


12


20


4


13


6


POETTJOAL


24


4


1


2


77


19


3


1


2


1


3


,


Italy


308


46


109


10


; *«*


105


181


27


190


13


220


23


Geeece


9


1


3


2


171


09


7


5


15


1


12


,


TUEKET


3


1


1




199


69


3


1


,


.


1


,


Austria


95


12


15


1


188


65


78


6


68


S


31


1


HUSGAET


1


.


2


2


' 32


10


S


2


4


.


2


,


Geejiany, including Prussia -


710


461


474


190


2,518


1,183


1,075


660


1,487


329


367


120


BEtaiUM


37


37


24


17


97


00


29


21


33


13


97


60


Holland


33


21


24


9


332


111


51


35


329


62


32


13


Denmaek


2i;


6


44


1


166


31


337


11


212


16


30


3


NOKWAY


so


10


114


8


249


30


309


12


1,659


28


72


11


Sweden


36


6


28


3


217


19


157


17


393


12


46


,


Russia


68


21


90


25


466


258


91


40


119


12


43


15


Poland


233
2,108


9.5


86


35


659


464


428


236


169


92


84


40


Total born in Eueope -


1,273


1,230


623


7,100


3,002


2,924


1,280


4,807


676


1,587


397


Born in ASIA.




'






















Peesia


.


.






1


1


,












China


1


^ 1




■i


16


3















Aeabia








.


5




.


,




.






Other Counteies


1


1







23


3


1


2








1


Total born in Asia


2 !






4


45


7


1


2









1


Born in AFRICA.


























Egypt


1


.


1


2


23


15


1


1








1


Othek Paets


1




4


2


31


14


2


3


2




1




Total born in Afkic a


2




5


4


63


29


3


4


2




1


1


Born in AJIEEICA.


























United States


289


303


120


104


1,357


1,069


143


153


155


64


145


92


Mexico


1




1


4


26


6


1


1


1








Beazil


•-'


5


.




03


63


.


5






2


1


Other States


22


13


6


4


134


74


8


5


31


22


9


10


Total born in America -


317


323


127


112


1,680


1,212


152


164


187


86


166


103


BoruABEOAD.Countrynotstatedi

1


^


4

1








11


1


23


12


2




1






OF Foreigners.]



CENSUS 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



liii



Table XXIV. — Number, Ages, and Country of Birth of Foreigners, being Natives of European States, enumerated

in England and Wales, on 3rd April 1871.





All Ages. j


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


2.5-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75


AVlIEEE BOKIT.


Botli
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and

upw".


Total Natives of 1
European States/


89,829-^


M. -67,334,
P. -32,495


776

781


1,403
1,394


1,871
1,623


5,451
2,713


8,616
0,216


17,166
9,666


11,878
6,880


6,232
3,027


2,4;u

1.414


[
1,1 13

604


314

27S


BOKN IN :—
FBAirCE


17906 j


M. - 8660
P. - 9246


317
303


445

422


665
671


810

833


742
1399


2058
2561


1809
1613


1120
879


512
450


225
199


57
107


SWITZEELAND


3226 1


M. . 1640
P. - 1686


12
6


27
21


28
31


89
198


326
419


608
568


289
352


147
96


71
63


36
23


7
10


Spain


1481 j


M. - 1080
P. - 404


8.
3


13
.31


60
32


143

41


163

47


332
96


184
70


,101
33


52
25


23
16


11

4


POETUGAI.


459 j


M. - 316
F. - 143


2
1


6
S


14
7


83
11


47
16


93
30


41
26


32
17


26

18


16
9


6


Italy


5063 j


M. 4138
P. 925


24
37


51
37


189
65


386
SO


479
123


1263
264


882
16-1


84


241
53


144
17


35
11


Geeece


603 1


M. 408
P. 195


1
1


5

12


12
18


37
31


63

32


133
60


97
36


44
13


18
7


7
3


1

2


TUEKEX


628 i


JI. - 387
P. - 141


2

2


11
13


17
16


37
19


61
18


122
32


74
16


42
14


14
9


13

2


4

1


AnSTKIA* - • -


1515-


31. - 1144
P. - 371


3
9


23
18


21

28


112

28


183
60


372
130


246
68


121

26


39
12


20
2


4
1


HnlTGAET*


287 j


M. - 225
P. - 62


1
1


6

4


2
4


4
4


16
8


87
25


55
7


43
6


10

4


2





Gekmasy including Peussia -


32823 1


M. - 21233
P. - 11590


161
137


272
304


454
387


1644
803


2852
1876


6886
3864


5062
2466


2509
1114


917
421


371

177


105
61


Beigium


2535 -j


M. - 1448
P. 1087


27

27


65

45


70

47


101
106


184
136


421
270


306

224


183
154


66

45


27
24


5
9


HollAND


6268 -i

L


M. 3666
P. 2692


51
64


118
120


169
163


339

222


496
318


952
603


740
481


471
332


195
165


97
86


36

49


]3eNmaek


1663 -!


M. 13.37
P. - 226


3

9


12
10


15
9


209
21


240
30


442
69


242

43


124
14


36
13


13
6


3


NOEWAT


mill


M. - 3870
P. - 171


4
3


8
8


35
6


803
16


1006

42


1164
56


.549
16


208

12


39

7


11
1


3

5


Sweden


1969 i


M. 1773
P. - 196


6
2


11

2


17
11


192

,8


439
43


671

76


283
31


111
13


39
6


12

2


2
S


Russia


2513-!
1,


M. 1724
P. - 789


81

44


76

75


49
64


145
66


396

154


652
211


376
103


135

44


49

27


19
9


6
3


Poland


7036 ■{

I


M. - 4385
P. - 2671
1


120
142


265
269


214
185


864
244


883
605


1121
681


743
337


346
179


191

87


107

28


31

14



* Noie.—Uhe Country of Birth of Persons bom in Poreign Parts was required to he stated in the Householder's Schedule, but owing to a want of precision in the mode
of giving that information it is probable that the natives of Austria and Hungary are understated in this Table, and that the numbers referred to Germany include some
ih persons born in the above Countries. ,

This Table includes only the natives of Poreign Countries and mot the children of Foreign Parents born in the United Kingdom.



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CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TAB-IES.



[Occupations



Table XXV.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Foreigners being Natives of European States,
distinguishing those under 20 Years of Age from those of 20 Years and upwards — In Classes, Orders, and
Sub-orders.









Am Ages.




Undee 20 Tears


20 Years


OP Age










of Age.


AND UPWAEDS.




CiAssEs, Oedees, and Sub-oedees.


















Peesoks.


i Males.


Females.


Maxes.


Females.


Males.


Pemaleb.


TOTAI. FOREZ


iSJiTEBS— iWATIVES OF EITROPEAN STATES

CLASSES.


89,829


57,334


32,495


9,501


6,511


47,833


25,984


















Z. PROFESSZONAX. CZ.ASS .....


10,161


6,042


4,119


858


557


5,184


3,562


II. DOMESTIC CX.ASS - - ....


24,186


2,676


21,510


178


1,803


2,498


19,707


III. COMCniEIZCIAI. CI.ASS ....


19,909


19,759


150


2,891


9


16,868


141


IV. ACRICVIiTURAZi CX.ASS ......


402


377


25


32





345


25


V. IITDVSTRIAI. CI.ASS ......


22,178


19,638


2,540


1,265


431


18,373


2,109


VI. INDEFIKITE AOTD WOir-PRODIJCTIVE CIiASS


12,993


8,842


4,151


4,277


3,711


4,565


440




ORDERS.


















' 1.


Persons engaged in the General or Local GtOveenment of the




















Country . . .


225


219


6


3


1


216


5




2.


Persons engaged in the Defence of the Country


211


211





3





208







3.


Persons engaged in the Learned Peofessions or in Lite-
eatube, Aet, and Science (with their immediate Sub-




















ordinates)


9,72.5


5,612


4,113


852


556


4,760


3,557




' 4.


W IVES and W omen engaged generally in Hottsehold IJuties




















but assisting in certain cases in the Husbands' Business


15,78.5





15,785





1,093





14,692


Class II. <


5.


Persons engaged in entertaining, and performing Personal




















Offices /or Man - - .


8,401


2,676


5,725


178


710


2,498


5,015




'" 6.


Persons -who but or sell, keep or lend Money, Houses, or




















Goods o/" various Kinds


7,181


7,043


138


391


9


6,652


129


Class III. <


7.


Persons engaged in the Conveyance of Men, Animals, Goods,




















and Messages


12,728


12,716


12


2,500





10,216


12




r S"


Persons possessing or working the Land, a7id engaged in groiuing
















Class IV.




Grain, Fruits, Grasses, Aniivials, and other Products


267


242


25


21


— •■


221


25




9.


Persons engaged about Animals


135


135





11





124






rio.


Persons engaged in Art and Mechanic Productions, in which




















Matters of various hinds are used in combination


5,610


5,480


130


283


16


5,197


114




11.


Persons working and dealing in the Textile Fabrics and in




















Dress


9,165


6,943


2,222


432


375


6,511


1,847


Class V. \


12.


Persons ivorking and dealing in Food and Deinkb


4,820


4,703


117


400


27


4,303


90




13.


Persons working and dealing in Animal Substances


376


358


18


21


3


337


15




14


Persons working and dealing in Vegetable Substances


508


486


22


28


6


458


16




15.


Persons working and dealing in Minerals


1,699


1,668


31


101


4


1,567


27




ri6


Labourers and others — Branch of labour undefined


5,229


.5,031


198


748


79


4,283


119




17


Persons of Rank or Property not returned under any Office
















Class VI. <


18


or Occupation
Scholars and Children not engaged in any directly Pro-


628


293


335


11


14


282


321




1-


ductive Occupation


7,136


3,518


3,618


3,518


3,618


• —





Order


SUB-ORDERS.
















SUB-


order


















r ^'


1. Officers of National Government


184


178


6


2


1


176


5






2. Officers of Local Government


41


41




1




40








3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government





















2.


1. Army


195


195




2




193








2. Navy


16


16





1





15





Class I.




















3.


1. Clergymen, Ministers, and Others connected with Religion


667


393


274


7


11


386


263






2. Lawyers and Law Stationers


72


72




3




69








3. Physicians, Surgeons, and Druggists


277


263


14


8





255


14






4. Authors, Literaj-y Persons, and Students


1,097


798


299


416


265


382


34






5. Artists


765


698


67


15


4


683


63






6. Musicians


2,118


1,851


267


365


49


1,486


218






7. Actors - -


199


118


81


10


12


108


69






8. Teachers


4,327


1,220


3,107


25


215


1,195


2,892


L


9. Scientific Persons - - - -


203


199


4


3





196


4




r *■


1. Wives and others mainly engaged in Household Duties


15,755




15,755




1,092




14 663






2. Wives assisting generally in their Husbands' Business


30





30





1





29


Class II. <


s


1. Engaged in Board and Lodging
















656


524


132


8


2


516


130

4,885




-


2. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.)


7,745


2,152


5,593


170


708


1,982





















Note— This classiflcation of the Occupations of Foreigners is in conformity with that adopted for the general population of England and Wales



OF Foreigners.]



CENSUS 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



Iv



Table XXV.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Foreigners being Natives of European States,
distinguishing those under 20 Years of Age from those of 20 Years anil upiuards — In Classes, Orders, and
Sub-Orders — continued.











llNDEE 20 TeAES


20 Teaks op Age




CiASSES, Okdees, and Sub-oedees,








01? AGE.


AND UPWARDS.




Pbesons.


Males. |


Females.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Order


















Sub-oehee
















f" 6. 1. Mercantile Persons


6,265


6,228


37


338


3


5,890


34




2. Other General Dealers


916


815


101


53


6


762


95




1. 1. Carriers on Railways


34


34





2





32


.w


Class III..'


2. „ on Roads


70


70





3





67







3. „ on Canals and Rivers


12


12





1


■ —


11







4. „ on Seas and Rivers


12,112


12,104


3


2,449





9.655


8




5. Engaged in Storage . - .


107


105


2


11





94


2


I


6. Messengers and Porters


393


391




34


-"*


357


2




'8. 1. Agriculturists


143


122


21


11





111


21


2. Arboriculturists


1


1


— ■








1





Class IV..


3. Horticulturists


123


119


4


10





109


4




9. 1. Persons engaged about Angiai,s


135
313


135





11





124







'10. 1. Workers and Dealers in Books ...


304


9


26


1


278


8




2. „ „ Musical Instruments


189


186


3


6





180


3




3. „ „ Prints and Pictures


140


136


4


13





123


4




4. „ „ Carving and Figures


320


262


58


19


8


243


50




5. „ „ Tackle for Sports and Games


31


27


4


1





26


4




6. „ Designs, Medals, and Dies


85


84


1


2





82


1




7. „ „ Watches and Philosophical Instru-


















ments


1,266


1,260


6


59





1,201


6




8. „ „ Surgical Instruments


27


26


1








26


1




9. „ „ Arms


33


31


2


1





i,.30


Q




10. „ „ Machines and Tools


351


348


3


27


2


321


1




11. „ „ Carriages


58


55


3


2


1


53


2




12. „ „ Harness


40


40





2





38







13. „ „ Ships


95


95





1





94







14. „ „ Houses and Buildings


1,261


1,250


11


69





1,181


11




15. „ „ Furnitm-e


1,266


1,248


18


52


3


1,196


15




16. „ „ Chemicals


135


128


7


3


1


125


6




11. 1. Workers and Dealers in Wool and Worsted


47


44


3


2


1


42


2




2. „ „ Silk ■ -


67


60


7


3


3


57


4




3. „ „ Cotton and Flax


169


128


41


6


4


122


37




4. „ „ Mixed Materials


269


186


83


18


16


168


67




5. „ „ Dress


8,575


6,488


2,087


401


351


6,087


1,736




6. „ „ Hemp and other Fibrous Materials -
12. 1. Workers and Dealers in Animal Food


38


37


1


2





35


1




601


578


23


43


9


535


21


Class V. .


2. „ „ Vegetable Food


1,866


1,829


37


131


4


1,698


33


3. „ „ Drinks and Stimulants


2,3,53


2,296


57


226


21


2,070


36




13. 1. Workers and Dealers in Grease, Gut, Bones, Horn, Ivory, and


















Whalebone


113


106


7


2





104


•r




2. „ „ Skins, Feathers, and Quills


231


226


5


16


3


210


2




3. „ „ Hair


32


26


6


3





23


6




14. 1. Workers and Dealers in Gums and Resins


139


132


7


6


_


126


7




2. „ „ Wood


179


178


1


10





168


1




3. „ „ Bark


17


16


1


3





13


1




4. „ „ Cane, Rush, and Straw


73


70


3


4


1


66


o




5. „ ,, Paper
15. 1. Miners - -


100


90


10


5


5


85


5




36


36





6


_


30






2. Workers and Dealers in Coal


54


53


1


1





52


1




3. „ „ Stone, Clay


20


20











20






4. „ „ Earthenware


77


71


6


7


2


64


4




5. „ ,, Glass


130


127


3


13





114


3




6. „ „ Salt


37


37


— •


2





35






7. „ „ Water


8


8





1





7







8. „ „ Gold, Silver, and Precious Stones -


813


800


13


30


1


770


12




9. „ „ Copper - - -, -


19


19





2




17






10. „ „ Tm and Quicksilver


69


69





2





67






11. „ >. Zmc


94


94





6





88






12. „ ,) Lead and Antimony


5


5











5






13. ,, „ Brass and other Mixed Metals


146


144


2


17


1


127


1




14. „ „ Iron and Steel


191


185


6


14





171


6




ri6. 1. General Labourers


889


885


4


46




839


4




2. Other Persons of indefinite Occupations


4,340


4,146


194


702


79


3,444


115


Class VI..


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
















or Occupation . . . . _


628


293


335


11


14


282


321




18. 1. Scholars and Children not engaged in any d«c% Productive


















Occupation - ....


7,136


3,518


3,618


3,518


3,618





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CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Occupations, &c.



Table XXVI. — Occupations and Country of Birth of Foreigners (Males) being Natives of European States,

enumerated in England and Wales.



Occupations.



Males.



NATIVES OF



ETTROFZ:.



All

Ages.



Under

20
Tears.



20

Years

and



Total of Slales



I.— Peofesbionai, Class.



- 57,.3S4



1. Civil Service

Government Messengers, "Workmen, &c.
Other Government OiEcers .

2. Magistrate (so returned)

Police

Prison Oflcer ....
Municipal, Parish, Union Officer .

1. Armv Officer (effective)

Army Retired and Half Pay Officer

Soldier

Militia, Volunteers

2. Navy Officer (effective)
Seaman, 11.N



1. Clergyman ....
Protestant Minister
Homan Catholic Priest
Missionary, Scripture Header
Church, Chapel Officer
Theological Student
Others



[.Barrister
Solicitor, Attorney
Law Student
Law Clerk .
Law Stationer

I. Physician, Surgeon
Medical Assistant, Student
Den 1:1 st

Chemist, Druggist
Otliers ....



!. Author, Editor, Journalist .
Interpreter, Translator
Students and Others .

i. Painter, Artist
Sculptor ....
Engraver ....
Photographer
Others engaged in the Fine Arts

>. Musician, Music Master
Street Musician .

\ Actor

Exhibitions, Shows— Sei'vice
Others engaged in Theatres, &c.

!, Schoolmaster
Teacher, Professor, Lecturer
Others . ...

I. Civil Engineer
Other Scientific Persons



11. — Domestic Class.

S. 1. Innkeeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican

Beerseller

Lodging-house, Boarding-house, Keeper
Coflee-house, Eating-house Keeper
Institution Service
Otliers ...

2. Domestic Servant (General)

Coachman .

Groom

Gardener

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



Ill,— COMMEECIAL CLASS.

6. 1. Merchant ....

Banker

Bank Service ....
Insurance, Benefit Society, Service
Broker, Agent, Factor .
Salesman (not otherwise described)
Auctioneer, Valuer, House Agent
Accountant ...
Commercial Clerk
Commercial Traveller .
Other Mercantile Men .



2. Pawnbroker
Shopkeeper ( branch



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