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Inhabitants op




Newcastle upon


Tjrne (Borough) t


Tynemoutb (Borough) t




Carlisle (City)t


-N




(NortJmmberland).


(Northumberland).




(Cumberland).




Wheee bobn.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.




Under

20
Years.


30

Years

and

upwards.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

upwards.


Under

20
Years.

8,786


20

Years

and

upwards.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

upwards.


Under

20
Years.


30

Years

and

upwards.


Under

30
Years.


20

Years

and

upwards.


Total of Inbabltants -


29,313


34,293


29,457


35,380


10,168


8,990


10,997


7,100


7,631


7,348


9,170


Division I.


























•3 CLoNDOif (Middlesex Part)
S -3 „ (Surrey Part)
o (. „ Kent Part)


258
69
15


600
62
43


240
66
19


505
67
35


61

5

16


176
19
27


49
7
19


127
14
18


21
2

4


70
7
6


28
4
4


62

11

5


Division II.


























rStTEEET (EMra-metropo-
.3 litan).

a J Kent (Sxtra-metropoUtan)
§■> Sussex - . . -
W Hampshire

.Beekshiee


12

12

15

35

2


26

109
55

75
20


7

43
9

48
8


28

82
33
63
14


6

26
7

26
2


18

65

41

50

6


6

16

5

16


5

46

16

46

3


3

13

4
8
2


7

10

8

10

8


1

8

12
2


4

18
4

15
2


Division III.




























'Middlesex (Rvtra^metro-
poUtan).

Heetfoedshiee

buczinghamshiee

Oxeoedsbiee

noethamptonshiee

huntinodonshiee

Bedfoedshiee
..Gailbeidgeshiee


8


24


9


17


1


7





4


1


4


2


S


a

i


6
9

5
5
2
4
9


24
36
19
30
10
22
34


4
17
5
6
2
4
- 8


24
20
16
37
5
13
26


2

i


7
4
6
9

7

30


2


1
2

3

2

6


.
3
5
8
1


3
3

5

10

2

1
5


i

1


2
3
4
6

3
3


Division lY.


























° (-Essex
g i SnifioiE
o CNobeolk


11
12
90


63
74
291


6

10

74


46

66

187


6

7
18


46

64

126


4

8

29


34
24
84


3


2
18
11


2

1


10
8
7


Division V.


























a fWlLTSHIEE
•" DOESETSHIEE

g ■{ Devon SHIEE

° COENWALI

" LSOMEESETSHIEE


6
6

26
7

10


SO
17

72
40
51


9

1

21

5

6


26
22
71
27
48


i

11

6


6

12
61
19
13


1
1
9
6
5


6
4
33
13
14


8
1
1


7
2
7
7
8


5

i


5
1
8
4
3


Division VI.


























'GlOUCESTEESHIEE

ri Heeefoedshiee
■'g J Sheopshiee
g ■> Stapfoebshiee

pq WOECESTEESHIEE

UWaewickshiee


14
7
6
57
13
57


64
7
21
166
89
83


10
4
5
64
13
68


40
18
21
116
44
78


1

i

8
3
5


10
4
3

24
8

16


6

i
11

2
6


15
8
8

18
6
8


4

3

10

2

14


10
1
7

18
6

22




8
1
10


8

12

15

1

13


Division Vll.


























- CLeicesteeshiee

•S EuTLANDSHIEE
g -i LlHCOIilfSHIEE
° NOTTINaHAMSHIEE

'^ LDeebtshiee


8

32
23
19


84

4

126

65

46


10

42
20
13


30

1

113

48

46


8
2
2


6
1

38

10

7


9
2


4

26
9
7


2
2
4
4
5


6

18
8
9


1

6
6
6


4

10
4
10


Division VIII.


























(-OHESHIEE

.S Dancashiee


39
231


64
464


33

214


51
361


37


13
112


3

40


8
70


18

174


35
310


22
167


31

264


g Division IX.


























^ l-YOEKSHIEE


536


1322


461


1230


85


248


74


269


46


131


35


104


Division X.


























.g fDnEHAM

g ) NOETHUMEEEIAUD -
g ■) CtrMBEELAND

m CWestmoeland


2361

23047

437

17


8484

16914

1468

104


2675

23343

438

13


4939

19090

1404

90


474

7441

26

4


786

6470

147

31


613

7721

33

3


1168

7891

149

17


62

89

6142

33


59

141

4698

109


49

80

6398

29


78

166

6383

120


Division XI.


























o


fMONMOUTHSHIEE
GTi A WOEGAHSHIEE

Caemaethenshieb

Pembeokebhiee

Caediganshiee

Beeoknockshieh

Eadnoeshiee

montgomeetshiee

Plintshiee

Dekeighshiee

Meeionethshiee

Caenaetonshiee -

Anglesey - ' , ,.'

.Wales (County not stated)


2
11
1
8
1
1

i
1

3
1

14


4
8
4
7
2
3
1
4

12
5
8
6
4

21


3

8
2

7

i

8

i

1

18


5
8
1
6
1
3
1
2
4
6
1
3
6
21


3


4
11
1
6
6

i
i

4
10


1
7

2

i

i


2
9
1

4

5

3

4


8

2
2


S

2

i
I
i

6





i

i

i

3


2




rSCOTLAND


1115


3769


990


3032


177


761


167


620


317


1057


368


1208




Islands in tlie Beitish
Seas.


7


17


13


31


3


15





5


1


7


2


9


a


IRELAND


349


3402


368


2796


63


661


60


662


60


582


66


597


BeitishColonies and Bast
Indies.


59


77





72


21


30


24


25


16


32


16


27




POEBIGN Paets :
British Subjects
Foreign Subjects


60
186


252
634


78
31


125
123


18

209


90

855


12
19


63
66


8
9


7
24


9

2


13
8


BO


EN at Sea


S


6


7


7


1


5





2


1


5





3






t Municipal and Parliamentary limits.











544<



BIRTH-PLACES AND AGES OF FOREIGNERS.



[Div. X.



TABLES RELATING TO FOREIGNERS.



Table 20. — Number of Foreigners, bom in the Countries of Europe, in Asia, in Africa, and in America, &c.,
enumerated in the Registration or Union Counties of the Northern Division.





Inhabitants op Eeqisieatioit ob Unioit Cotjicties.


"Where boen-.


COUIVTIES.


38 Surbam.


39 Northumber-
land.


40 Cumberland.


ftl 'Westmorland.




Males.


Females.


Males.


Pemales.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.



Total


4,999


702


2,985


402


1,917


287


77


46


20


27


Boi-n in EUROPE.






















France


98


69


55


33


35


25


4


8


4


3


Switzerland


13


19


6


8


5


4


2


6


,


1


Spain


20


4


7


1


18


3


.






.


Portugal


2


1






2


.








1


Italy


198


13


65




127


10


12


2


2





Greece


15


1


1




14


.




.








TnUITEY
























Austria*


68


3


21




47


2












Hungary*


4




1


,


3














Germany, including Prussia


1,487


329


999


188


465


109


SO


17


S


15


Belgium


33


15


19


9


13


5


.


1


1






Holland - - - -


329


02


169


23


160


38




1


,






Denmark


213


16


125


8


85


7


2


1








Norway


1,669


28


958


4


700


24


1


,








Sweden - -


393


12


205


10-


128


2




,


,






Russia


119


13


85


9


34


3




,


.






Poland


109


92


98


59


66


32


4


1


2






Born in ASIA.






















Persia 7




.




.


.


.


.


.


.


,


China


i




1




.






.




,


Arabia - ...


















.




Other Countries




























Bom in AFB,ICA.






















Egypt - ' - -


.




,


.




.


.


.


.


,


OiHEE Parts


a









i










1





Born in AMERICA.






















United States


166


64


100


33


so


18


18


6


7


7


Mexico


1










.










Brazil - -
















.




,


Other States


31


22


20


14


7


5


4


3







Bom Abroad, Country not)
stated • - -i


2








2

































Table 21. — Ages and Country of Birth of Foreigners, being Natives of European. States, enumerated in the
Registration or Union Counties of the Northern Division.





All Ages. j


Unde

5
"years


5-






15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75




"Where born.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


10-


and
upw".


Total TiTatives of \
European States i


5,483 1


M. 4,807
F. 676


If
It


31

32


103
32


911
60


1,078
126


1,492
198


744
121


347
61


68
19


20
8


3
3


Born in :—
France


167 [


M. 98
F. 69






4
3


6

7


13
14


38

28


23

7


10

7


4
1


i






Switzerland


32 [


M. 13
F. 19








1

4


2
8


3

4


2
1


2
1










Spain . . - -


24 f


M. - 20
F. 4










6


4


6
2


4
1












Portugal . . - -


3{


M. - 2
F. - 1















1


1







i






Italy - - - -


209 {


M. - 196
F. 13






6

3


27
1


28
3


78
3


35
3


16




3






G:SEECE


16 [


M. 16
F. 1









4
1


1


10


:













Turkey




M.
F. .





























Austria* - ' - -


''if


M. 68
F. - 8






1


9


13
1


23


17
2


4




1






Hungary* . - -


*[


jr. 4

F.













2


.


1


1








Germany, including PstrssiA .


1816 {


M. 1487
F. 329






5 40
3 14


329

28


241
54


426
86


24'5
75


154
42


38
13


10
5






Belgium . . - -


48 1^


M. 33
F. - 15






2 4
1 1


2
1


3

1


10
3


7
6


2
1


3








Holland


891 [


M. - 329
F. - 03






1 12
4 1


64
3


63

12


99

22


60
8


33

4


8
4








Denmark


228[


M. 212
F. 16






3 '.


30

2


46
5


81
4


36

1


16


3








Norway


1687 {


M. - 1659
F. - 28






2 10

2


367
5


490
4


481
12


219
2


80

1


11

2








S-WEDEN


405 1


M. 893
F. - 12






7


65


120
6


139

4


50
2


11


1








Russia


131 (


M. - 119
F. - 13




2


1 1

2 1


8
1


31


48
3


18
2


9

1




1






Poland


251 {


M. - 159
F. 93




4 1
7 1


7
1


5
8


It
7


24
15


51

37


28
11


11

4


3


2
1




i



* Note. — The Country of Birth of Persons born in Foreign Parts was required to be stated in the Householder's Schedule, but owing to a want of precision in the mode of
^'ivinp; that information it is probable that the Natives of Austria and Hungary are imderstated in these Tables, and tliat the numbers referred to Germany include some
persons bom in the above Countries.

These and the two following Tables include only the Natives of Foreign Countries and not the children of Foreign Parents born in the United Kingdom.



Northern Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF FOREIGNERS.



S45



Table 22. — Occupations of Foreigners (Males), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the
Registration or Union Counties of the Northern Division.



Males.



Occupations.



Under

20
Teavs.



20
Yea VI
and



» Total of Males

I.— Pkofessional Class.
1. 1. Civil Sei'vice .

2> 1. Army Officer (cflteclivo) .



1. Clergyman
-Protestant Minister
Eoman Catliolic Priest .
Missionary, Scriptin-o Reader
Church, Cliapel, Officer .
Others ....



3. Pliysician, Snrscon
Dentist .



i. Interpreter, Translator .
Students and Others

5. Painter, Ai'tist
Engraver
Photographer

6. Musician, Music Master .
Street Musician

7. Exhibition, Shows— Service

8. Schoolmaster .

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer

9. Civil Enpineor

■ Other Scientific Persons



° II.— Domestic Class.

l.'Iun Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican

Beerseller

Lodging - house, Boarding - house,

Keeper . _ .
' Coliee-house, Eatino^-house, Keeper

2. Domestic Servant (Grcneral)
Cook (not Domestic Servant)
Others



III.— CoMiinEciAL Class.



1, Merchant

Broker, Agent, Factor
Accountant
Commercial Clerk .
Commercial Traveller
Otlwrs .



2. Pa^vnbroker ....
Shopkeeper (liranch undefined)

General Dealer .
Hawker, Pedlar



1,055



25



8,752



2G

47

1

103

22

1



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20

Years

iind



7. 1. Iifl.ilway Engine Driver, Stoker
liaihvay Attendant, Servant .

2. Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman

;i. Bargeman, "Waterman .

4. Sbipowiicv ....
Steam Niivi.tration Servioo
Ship Stewjxrd, Cook
Seaman (Blorchant Service) .
llarboiu'. Dock Service, Labourer

6. ]\ti^ssen'.^er, Porter, Erraiid Boy
'JV'Iop:va|ili Compnny Service .

IV.— Ageiccltuhal Class.

8. 3. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Elorist
Gardener ....



1. Farrier, Veterinary Sm-gcon .



v.— Industkial Class.

10. 1. Bookbinder

Printer

2. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer

3. Picture Cleaner, Dealer .



"Wood-carver .

Eigure and Image Maker

Others ....



Toy Maker, Dealer .

Pattern Designer .
Others .



7. "Watch Maker, Clock Maker .
Philosophical Instrument Maker
Optician

9. Shot Manufiioturer

10. Engine and Machine Maker .

11. Coachmaker ....

12. Saddler, Harness, "Whip Maker

13. Ship-builder, Shipwright, Boat'

builder
Otlwrs ....



11. Surveyor

Carpenter, Joiner .
Bricklayer
Mason, Pavior
Slater, Tiler .
Paperhanger .
Plumber, Painter, Glazier

15. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer
Carver and Gilder .
Eurniture Broker, Dealer

16. Manufacturing Chemist, Labourer



4


855



1
1

1

1

1

17

4

2752



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



11. 1. Fuller

4. Dra[)or. Linen Drnjinr, Mercer
Fancy (";(»u(ls ManiifacLuror, Dealer

C. Hairdrcssri-, Wig Maker
Hatli:i', Hat Maimtacture

Tailor

Shoemaker, Bootmaker .



12. 1. Bntclier, Meat Salesman
Provision Curer, Dealer .

3. Baker . . . . .

Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable, Dlr.

3. Wine and Spirit Merchant
Grocer, Tea Dealer
Tobacco, Cigar, Snull' Manufacture,
Tobacconist . . . .



13. 1.



Tallow Chandler
Others .



. Tanner

Currier .....
Leather Case, Portmanteau, Ba^
Maker



1%. 1.

2.



French-polisher ....

Timber, "Wood Merch-mt, Dealer ' .
Cooper, Hoop-maker and Bender

4. Basket Maker ....

5. Paper Manufacture

15. 1. Coal Miner

Miner (branch undefined)

Mine Service (Metal not stated) .

2. Coal Merchant, Dealer .
Coal-heaver, Labourer .

3. Hallway Contractor

4. Earthenware and Glass Dealer

5. Glass Manufactm-e

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller .

14. Iron Manufacture ....
"Whitesmith ....

Blacksmith

Irorunonger, Hardware Dealer

VI.— Indefinite and Non-peoductive
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer .

2. Artizan, Mechanic ....
Shopman, Assistant

Apprentice

Vagrant, Gipsy

Others of undefined Occupation .

17. 1. Gentleman, Independent, Annuitant

13. 1. Scholars

Children under 15 years of age



20

Years

and

upw".



9

2

5

2

53

17



38
1

1
3



11
6

1

1



2
2

3

1
18
64
13



1
53



Table 28. — Occupations of Foreigners (Females), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the
Registration or Union Counties of the Northern Division.



Females.



Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

upws.


Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

upw«.


Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

upw^.


Total of Females


141


535


5. 1. Lodging, Boarding-House, Keeper.

2. Domestic Servant (General) .

Housekeeper

Cook

Housemaid ....

Nurse

Inn Servant

Charwoman

III.— CoMMEKCiAL Class.

6. 2. Shopkeeper (branch undefined).

General Dealer ....
Hawker, Pedlar ....

7. 4. Ship Stewardess, Cook .

IV.— Ageicultueal Class.

8. 1. Land Proprietor ....

v.— Indcsteial Class.
10.15. Carver and Gilder ....


11
3


2

54
5
3
3
6
2
1


11. 1. Fuller

4. Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer

6. Milliner, Dressmaker

Stay Maker, Ladies' Outfitter
Laundi-y Keeper ....

13. 1. Gut Maker

14. 4. Basket Maker ....

VI.— Indefinite and Non-psoductive
Class.

16. 2. Shopwoman, Assistant .

Others of nndcjined Occupations .

17. 1. Goiitlewmn., Indepndnt., Ammitnt.

18. 1. Scholars

Children uildor 15 years of age


1
5


1


I.— Peopessional Class.
3. i. Students and Others


1
6
5


1
B
1
47
1


1
12

I


5. Painter, Artist ....

6. Musician, Music Mistress




1






1
2

2




7., Exhibitions, Shows— Service .
8. Teacher, Governess




1


9. Scieittiflc Persons ....






11.— Domestic Class.


35


348

2

1

7

11




4. 1. "Wives and others engaged in
Household Duties




1


2


2. "Wile of Innkeeper, Publican, Beer-
seller

' "Wife of Farmer, Grazier
"Wife of Shoemaker
"Wife of Butcher ....


.


6


1







11
63






32181.



3 Z



546



BLIND, DEAF-AND-DUMB, LUNATICS, &c.



[Div.X.



BLIND, DEAF-AND-DUMB, IDIOTS OR IMBECILES, LUNATICS, &c.



Table 24. — BLIND.— Numbkr and Ages of Males and Females returned as " Blind " or " Blind from Bieth."





Alt, Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Eegistration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw'.


X.— M'ORTHERII' >
COVNTIES. S


1,270 {


M. 684
P. 586


14
13


18
23


33
19


28
17


34
29


27
11


39
16


40
21


45
23


41
18


51

22


56

42


60
53


53

44


55
60


87

84


29
50


18
26


5

14


1
2


''


38 DURHAia -

39 XrORTHTiniBER- >

I. AND -;

40 CUIHBERI.AITD -

41 W^ESTMOR^AHD


543]^
409 {
247 {
7l{


M. 302
F. - 241

M. - 211
F. 198

M. 133
F. - 114

M. - 38
F. - 33


9

7

3

4

2
2


9
12

6

10

2

1
1


14
10

16
6

3
3


9

8

16

7

3

2


16

7

11
19

4
3

3


13

7

9

2

4
1

1
1


18
5

10

8

10

2

1


16

«

15
10

9

4

1


21
8

10

7

10
6

4
2


18
9

19
6

2
3

2
1


27
15

10

4

12
3

2


25
19

14
11

13
9

4
3


.34
19

8
22

12

8

6

4


21
16

18
15

11
11

S
3


21

24

16
21

13

10

5
5


15
33

14
24

6

24

2
3


9
19

6
15

11

12

3

4


5
10

7
6

5

7

1
3


1
6

S

2

1
4

2


1
2


t






BLIND FROM BIRTH. — Number and Ages of Males and Females returned as " Blind from Birth.'

(Included in the foregoing Table.)





Ail Aoes.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


4,5-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


96-


100


Registration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw".


X.— NORTHERN' )
COUNTIES. )


97{


M. - 46
F. - 51


4
8


4
8


5
5


6
3


5

7


4
3


1
2


6
2


4
6


2


1


3

2


2
2


i


i


1








'•





.


38 svrkam;


47{


M. - 25
F. - 22


1

4


1

6


3

2


3

1


4
2


3

1


1


2


2
2


2


1


2
2


1
1







1















39 NORTH VniBER-^
I. AND -J


37{


M. - 18
F. - 19


3

2


2
3


1
1


3


5


1
1


i


4
2


2

2






1


1

1




i








:







40 CVinBERI.AND -


-{


M. - 3

F. - 8


2


1


1

2


2


1


i


i














.









,




,


,




41 'W-ESTinORI.AND


4


M. - .
F. - 2

























i











i




















Table 25. — DEAF-AND-DUMB. — Number and Ages of Males and Females returned as " Deaf-and-Dumb."





Ail Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


so-


sa-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Eegistration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw".


X.— NORTHERN ^
COUNTIES. )


626 1


M. 366
F. - 270


16
9


46
43


69
34


44
38


38
37


36

22


23

143


17
12


24
17


13

8


il

6


il
11


9

4


5
6


4
6


2




1

1










38 SVRHAin


256 {


M. - 142
F. - X14


10

4


23
20


16
10


16
12


11
20


20
12


11
6


7
5


13
9


6
3


4
4


3

4


2
1


1
2


1
2

















39 NORTHVKBER- )
DLAND - -S


226 [


M. - 133
F. - 93


4
3


13

17


36
15


19

20


17

7


6
5


9

2


4
4


9
5


5
3


3
1


4
2


3

2


1

2


1
2


2




i









40 CXTinBERI.ANI> -


107 {


M. - 59

F. - 48


2
2


8
3


6
6


4
6


7
9


8

2


3

5


6

2


1

2


S

2


3


2
4


2

1


2
2


1
2






1










41 -WESTKORXiANB


37{


M. - 22
F. - 16





2
3


1
3


6


3

1


2
3


i


i


1
1





1

1


2
1


2


1


1

















Table 26. — IDIOTS or IMBECILES. — Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles in Asylums.





All Ages. |


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


so-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Registration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw".


X.-NORTHERN ^
COUNTIES. i


78{


M. - 66
F. - 23





1


4
1


8

4


2
2


8
3


lo

1


5
1


7
3


4
6


3
3


a




1





,











'.





38 SURHAK ■

39 NORTHUnSBER- )

IiAND -)

40 CTr»IBERI,AND ■

41 WESTMORI.AND


25 [
4l{
12{

•{


M. - 19
F. - 6

M. - 30
F. 11

M. - 6
F. - 6

M. - .
F.




1




2
1

5
3

1


1

1

1
1


4
1

4
1

i


5

1

4
1


4

1

1

.


2
1

5

1

i


i

3

2

1
2


2

1
1

2


1
1




1



















Northern Counties.]



BLIND, DEAF-AND-DUMB, LUNATICS, &c.



.547



Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles not in Asylums.





All Aosg.


Under

5
Years.


.5-


lo-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


ro-


7.5-


80-


85-


90-


-95-


100


Registration Counties.


Botli
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw».


X.-NORTHERIO' ^
COUNTIES. S


1,298 [


M. - 680
F. - 618


8
13


43
29


ss

40


86
57


67
69


60
61


69
61


60
63


40
64


39
33


26
36


26
29


39

22


27
26


le

22


13
14


7
5


2
5









38 BITRHAK - -

39 NORTHUnCBEB-^

40 CUiaBERXiAN'D -

41 'WESTMORIiAWD


689 {
41<t[
201 {
9l{


M. - 293
P. - 296

M. - 216
P. 198

M. - 123

F. - 81

M. - 48
F. - 43


6

6

6

2
1

i


18
12

14
12

7
2

4
3


20
26

21
9

13
1

1

6


38
29

25
20

16

8

7


30
82

21
16

10
10

6

2


27
37

20
16

8
6

I


21)
29

25
21

IS
6

3
5


30

22

19
16

6


6
6


21
26

9

14

7
8

3
6


19
13

10
11

8
8

2

1


13
19

7
14

5
3

1


18

10

4
11

7
6

2
2


15
11

13

4

8
4

3
3


8
10

I

3
3


2
6

10
12

2

2

1
2


4
6

4
5

3
3

1

1


2

4

1
4

i


1
1

1

4












Table 27. — LUNATICS. — Number and Ages of Lunatics in Asylums.





All Ages.


Under

5
Tears






10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-














100


Kegistration Coimties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


5-


8.b-


90-


9.5-


and
upW.


X.-ITORTHERIT 1

coinrTiEs. )


1,610 {


M. - 837
F. - 778







1


19
10


36

41


69
67


118
90


108
93


120
89


83
74


91
92


75
79


59
63


28
36


22
26


6
10


3

4


i









38 DURBAia . -

39 NORTHTTMCBER- ^

40 CVKBER^AN-B ■

41 'WESTinORXiAITD


583 {
624 {
403 {


M. - 331
F. - 262

M.- 286
F. - 838

M. - 220
F. - 183

M. - .
F. -








1


12

4

4
5

3

1


15
17

16
18

6
6


34
21

33
29

12
17


43
32

44
40

31

18


48
86

29
84

31

24


44
28

44
41

32

22


28
26

82
30

28
18


40
30

81

42

20
20


20
26

28
81

27
23


26
17

22
29

11
17


13
11

8
16

7
8


4
4

4
16

14
5


4
2

5

1
3


i
1

2

2

1


1















Number and Ages of Lunatics not in Asylums.





All AaES. |


Under

5
Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


9.5-


100


Registration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
Lipw''.


X.— NORTHERN ^
COUNTIES. 5


166 {


M. 70
F. - 96





1


2
2


6

2


4
6


4
9


6

8


6
14


9

4


7
10



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