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16


23


17


49


19


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7


87


8


21


24


60


26


49


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g ■) CXJMBEEIAND


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9


3


28


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2


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Division XI.


























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'MoNMOtTTHSHIEE
GlAMOEGANSHIEE

Caemaethenshiee

Pembbokeshiee

Caediganshiee

Beecknockbhiee

Eadnoeshiee

montgomeetbhiee

FlINTSSIEE

Denbighshiee
MeeionEthshiee


4594

216

14

28

18

26

4

3

2

8

1


1404

267

106

152

100

78

18

13

10

5

3


4896

240

24

25

6

23

4

2

2

1

2


2559

336

89

181

77

77

15

14

7

4

2


120

9886

339

224

61

48

2

6

6

3

1


189

5678

1229

739

160

87

16

22

62

12

11

13

18


108

10062

366

201

28

60

7
3
4
1
3
1


228

7243

1409

812

140

86

18

24

89

10

6


815

10139

384

184

136

349

66

46

5

12

15

4

8


468

4886

2228

937

810

997

224

223

34

44

39

30

33


341

10049

224

126

102

301

30

26

9
5
3

4


466

5648

20SU

748

635

879

139

150

17

20

22

16

14


'


Caenabvonshiee
augleset


S
6


13

12


2


3
8


6

2


9
11




LWaieb (County not stated)





3


3


2









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*




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fENGLAilD (Connty not


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.


.


4


8


2


7


9


13


3


2




stated).




























SCOTLAND -


19


148


15


58


35


194


29


84


22


124


11


61




Islands in the Beitish


3


17


9


18


28


94


6


18


1


8





1


s


Seas.


























a-


IKBLAND -


135


1093


122


932


142


837


124


663


299


1817


196


1127


o

M


BElMSHCOIGNIESandEAST

Indies.


25


35


36


15


19


32


12


28


10


87


10


13




FoeeignPaets:—
British Subjects
Foreign Subjects


11

44


*0
187


11
10


19
SO


33

190


63
600


33
59


31
66


2
4


21

68


3

14


20
22


BoEK AT Sea • - -


6


1


4






1


4


3





4












* Municipal Borough.









4H 2



G12



BIRTH-PLACES AND AGES OF FOEEIG.NERS.



[Div. XI



TABLES RELATING TO FOREIGNERS.



Table 23. — Number of Foreigners born in the Countries of Europe, in Asia, in Africa, and in America, &:c.
enumerated in the Eegistration Limits of Monmouthshire and Wales.





iNnABiTANia OP Registeation oe Union Counties.


"Wheee boen.


XL-moiNriaoxrTH-

SHIRE iLNS V7-AI.i:S.


4:2 Konmoutbsbire.


43 South Wales.


44 Nortb VTales.




Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Males.


Females.


Total


1,745


503


32 1


73


1260


S28


101


102


Bora in EUROPE.
Peance ...

SwiTZEELAND

Spain

poetugal

Italy

Geeece . ...

T0EKEY . ...

Austeia * . ...

HUNaAEY*

Geemany (including ■)
Peussia) . . i
Belsium .....
Holland

DSNMAEK .....
NOEWAY .....

Sweden-
Russia . . . .
Poland ...

Bom in ASIA.
Peesia .....
China
Aeabia
Othee Counteies

Born in APRIOA.
Egypt .....
Othee Paets

Bom in AMERICA.
United States ....
Mexico ...
Beazil

Othee States

Born Abeoad, Country X
not stated . - • i


628

17

13

3

220

12

1

31

2

357

97
32
30
73
46
42
84

i

145

2
9

1


74
32
6

23

i

129

50

13

3

11

15
40

i

1

92

i

10


49
5

3
103

4

5

62

6
5
8

3
4
20

62

i


10
2

8

24

2

3
11

i

11


460
9
5
1
86
6

24
2

270

87
24
IS
66
8S
37
60

60

i

6

1


01
16


li
i

79

40
9
3
9

12
29

1
45

i

9


19
3

8

32

i

85

4
3
4
1
5
1
4

i

33
3


13
14

4

20

4
4

36

i



* Note. — The Country of Birth of Persons born in Foreign Parts was required to be stated in the Hojiseholder's Schedule, but owinj; to a want of precision in the mode o(
giving that information it is probable that the Natives of Austria and Hungary are understated in these Tables, and that the numbers referred to Germany include some
persons born in the above Countries,

This and the three following Tables include only the Natives of Foreign Countries and not the children of Foreign Parents bom in the United Kingdom.



Table 24. — Number, Ages, and Country of Birth of Foreigners, being Natives of European States, enumerated

in the Registration Limits of Monmouthshire and Wales.





All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


4.5-


55-


75
65- and
upw"


— .


Wheee boen.


Both Males and
Sexes. Females.




Total Natives of 'i
European States J


1,984 [


M. 1.687
F. - 397


13

13


28
29


6
2


S 228
1 41


224
74


494
106


312
02


153

24


45
18


27 (
4 !


J


BOEN IN: —

Feanoe ....


602 [


M. 628
F. 74


1
3


6
6


3


5 106
2 13


49

8


138
17


117
14


64
6


9
8


3 ]
3




SwiTZEELAND


49 [


M. 17
F. - 33








'. 2


3

16


6
10


8

1


2
1


1
2


8




Spain


19 [


M. 13
P. 6




2




2
1 1


2
1


7
1


1


1









POETDQAL


3[


M. - 3
F. -












2


1










Italy


243 {


M. 220
F. 23








7 29
5 3


29
8


66
6


43
5


24


10
1


10 i




Geeece


12 [


M. 13
F. .








2


1


4


2


1


1






Tuekey


l[


M. . 1
F. -




1




















Austeia* ....


32 [


M. 31
F. 1








4
1


5


12


6


4








HUNGAEY'


2[


M. - 2
F. -














1






1






Geemany (including Peussia) -


486 {


M. - 367
F. - 129


3

2


9
10


1


) 65
i 11


66
35


114
38


72
22


20
10


9

4






Belgium - ...


147 {


M. . 97
F. . 60


7
4


12
9




L 2
! 2


17

7


36
13


15
6


6

2


1

1






Holland ....


45 [


M. . 32
F. 13




i




i 2

! 2


3

1


7
2


7
3



1


8






Benmaee


33 [


M. . SO
F. - 3










7

1


13

2


2


2








NOEWAY


83 {


M. . 73
P. - 11








11


15
3


32
3


11

1


3
1








Sweden ....


46[


M. 46
P.










14


20 '


' 7


2








Russia ....


67 {


M. - 42
P. 16




i






16

4


11

6


8
4


5








Poland ....


124 [


M. - 84
F. - 40


2


1
1




8
5


8
5


26
10


17
6



S


9
7







Monmouthshire and Wales.]



OCCUPATIONS OF FOREIGNERS.



613



Table 25. — Occupations of Foreigners (Males), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the

Registration Limits of Monmouthshire and Wales.



Males.



Occupations.



Uudor

20
Years.



20
Years
and
upW.



Total of Males . . -

I.— Peojsessiosal CL.isa.

1. 1. Civil Service

2. 1. Army Retired and Hall'-pay OtBcer



1. Protestant Minister
Roman Catholic Priest .
Clmrcii, Oliapel OtBcer .
Others ....

3. Physician. Surseon
Chemist, Dnii^gist .

4. Author, Editor, Jonrnalist
Interpreter, Translator .
Students and Others

5. Painter, Artist
Photographer .

6. Musician, Music Master
Street Musician

7. Engaged in Theatres

8. Schoolmaster

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer .

9. Civil Engineer

Other Scietitific Persons



IS.— DoHESTic Class.

1. Innkeeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican
Lodging-ho., Boarding-ho. Keeper

2. Domestic Servant (General)

Coachman
Groom .
Gardener

Inn, Hotel, Serv.ant
Cook (not Domestic Servant)



111.— COMMEECIAL CLASS.

6. 1. Merchant

Broker, Agent, Factor .
Commercial Clerk .
Commercial Traveller



327



1200



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years
and
upw".



-cont.

2. Pawnbroker

Shopkeeper (branch undefined).
General Dealer ....
Huckster, Costermonger
Hawker, Podlar ....



1. Railway Attendaiit, Servant .

3. Bargeman, Waterman .

4. Ship Steward, Cook
Seaman (Merchant Service) .
Harbour Dock Service, Labourer
Other's

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy



IV.— AaEICULTUEAL CLASS.

S. 1. Parmer, Grazier ....
3. Gardener

9. 1. Pisherman

v.— INDUSTEIAL CLASS.

10. 1. Bookseller, Publisher .

2. 3Iusical Instrument Maker, Dealer

3. Lithographer, Lithographic Printer
i. Figure, Image Maker



Others
5. Toy Maker, Dealer
7. "Watchmaker, Clockmakcr

10. Engine and Machine Maker

11. Engaged about Carriages

13. Ship-builder, Shipwright,
builder
Sailmakcr

M. Ciirpentcr, Joiner .
Bricklayer
Mason, Pavior
Pluanber, Painter, Glazier

15. Career, Gilder

Furniture Broker, Dealer

11. 5. Tailor ....



Boat-



4
200



11
852



16



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years
and
upw^.



12. 1. Fishmonger

2. Baker

(iruengrocur, Fruit, Vegetable Dlr.

3. Wine and Spirit Merchant .
Grocer, Tea Dealer
Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff Manulacturer

Tobaccconist ....



13. 1. Sponge Dealer

8. Brush, Broom Maker



14. 2. Wood Turner, Worker .

4. Basket-maker

5. Rag Gatherer, Dealer

15. 1. Miner (branch undefined)

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

■1. Tobacco-pipe Maker

Earthenware and Glass Dealer

S. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller

9. Copper Manufacture

10. Tinplate Worker, Tinman

11. Zinc Maimfactui'e .

12. Lead Manufacture .

14. Iron Manufacture .
Blacksmith .
Othm's



VI.— Indefinite AND Non-peodkctive
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer

2. Artizan, Mechanic .
Engine Driver, Stoker .
ShopmaTi, Assistant
Vagrant, Gijisy
others of undejined Occupation

17. 1. Gentleman, Independent, Annuitant



18. 1. Scholars ....

Children of no stated Occupation *



10



2
3

21

1

1

70

1

3
2

1



Table 26. — Occupations of Foreigners (Females), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the

Registration Limits of Monmouthshire and Wales.



Females.



Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

upw".


Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20
Years
and
upw«.


Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20
Years
and
upw^


Total of yomales . - -


lOS


201


5. 1. Innkeeper, Hotel-keeper, Publican


1
13

i

2
1


1

34
S
5

16

i

7


12. 3. Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff Manufacturer,

Tobacconist ....

VI.— Ij-DEFINITE and NoN-rEODUCTIVE

Class.

16. 2. Co^afl'ur (not otherwise described)

17. 1. Gentlewoman, Independent,

Annuitant

13. 1. Scholars

Children of no stated Occupation .








2
1

1
8


4

1

3

1
53


2. Domestic Servant (General)
Housekeeper
Cook

Housemaid .
Nurse .
Inn Servant .
Otiiers ....

111.— COMMEECIAL CLASS.




1


I.— Peopessional Class.

3. 1. Connected with i2eiifl'Jo»

4. Students and Others

5. Painter, Artist ....

7. Engaged In Theatres, &c.

8. School Mistress ....
Teacher, Governess


1




S. 2. Pawnbroker








11

1


148

i
1




II.— Domestic Class.

ft. 1. Wives and others engaged in ifOMSC-
Iwld Duties ....

Wile of Shopkeeper (branch unde-
fined)

Wife of Farmer, Grazier

Wife of Butcher ....


2


1
1
1


3


10. 17. Dyer, Scourer, Calenderer
11. 4. Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer
5. Milliner, Dressmaker




11
60





• It is probable that a considerable number of the children here returned wore under tuition, although not described as " Scholars " in the Householders' Schedules



6U



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



[Div. XI.



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



Table 27. — BLIND. — Number and Ages of Males and Females returned as " Blind " or " Blind from Birth."



Eegistration Limits.



AxL AeES.



Both Males and
Sexes. Females.



Under

5
Years.



10-



15-



20-



25-



30-



35-



40-



45-



50-



55-



60-



65-



70-



75-



80-



85-



90-



95-



100
and
upw.



XI.-MOWMOTTTK - )
SHIRE ANS \^
■WAJiHS. J


1,484 [


M.

P.


- 816

- 668


14
12


24
16


23
19


22
14


26
17


28
IS


34
25


37
26


63
24


44
23


59
35


60
32


64
54


74
47


74
77


87
76


63
72


34
65


4
22


1

5


1


42 lUON-MOTTTK- ^
SHIRB ■ -i


238 {


W.


- 136


1


4


5


1


2


8


6


3


14


8


12


5


10


14


14


16


8


4




1


1


F.


102


2


4


3


3


3


4


7


2


8


3


3


6


10


4


12


7


8


9


2


2





43 SOUTH WAIiES -


800 (


M.
P.


- 415

- 385


7
5


14

7


11
13


15
6


16
10


la

10


18
14


21
15


22
14


25
11


34
21


28
18


20

28


39

29


41
41


39
51


34
43


16
32


3

14


3





44 irOItTH -WAIiES


446 [


M.
F.


- 265

- 181


6
6


6
5


7
3


6

6


8
4


8

4


11

4


13
9


17

2


11
9


13
11


27
8


24
16


21
14


19

24


32

17


21
21


14
14


1
6








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

(Included in the foregoing liable.)





All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Registration Limits.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw".


XI.— laoiiTMOVTH-^
SHIRE AND [
WAIVES. )


78{


M. - 46
F. - 32


5
4


7
4


5
4


7
3


3


6

2


2

1


2

1


3

4


3
1


4


2


i


1


1
1










i







42 IHONiaOTTTH- ^

SHIRE ■;

43 SOITTH -WAI.es -

44 NORTH -WAIiES


48(
21(


M. - 8
F. - 1

M. - 27
F. - 21

M. - 11

F. 10


4

1

1
3


2

4
3

1
1


1

2
4

2


5

1

2
2


2

i


1

4
1

1
1


i

2


a
1


1

1

4

1




1

1
2


i
i


i


1


1
i








i







Table 28. — DEAF-AND-DUMB. — Number and Ages of Males and Females returned as " Deaf-and-Dumb.'





All Ages. 1


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


1.5-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Registration Limits.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw".


XI.-MONiaOlTTH - )
SHIRE AND -
■WAImES. )


739 [


M. 412
F. - 327


16
12


61

42


52
42


41
30


43
35


29
31


39

26


29

26


23
19


16
12


21
16


11

14


9

8


11
3


3

5


6

4


3

2


i









42 mONMOVTH- 7

SHIRE -S

43 SOXTTH -WAIiES -

44 NORTH -WAJmES


99 {
422 {
218 [


M. - 50
P. - 49

M. 226
F. 197

M. 1,37
F. - 81


2
4

8
4

6

i


11
10

37
26

13

7


5
3

34
29

IS

10


6

4

23
16

13
10


8
8

23
16

12
11


2
2

18
22

9

7


4
2

21
20

14

4


3

4

17
14

9

7


3

4

8
9

12
6


1

6
8

8
2


1
3

11
10

9
3


2
2

4
9

5
3


2

4

7

3

1


5
1

6

2


1
1

2

2

2


2
3

4
1


2
2

1


i









Table 29. — IDIOTS or IMBECILES. — Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles in Asylums.





All Ages. 1


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


8.5-






inn


Registration Limits.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


90-95- and
upw".


XI.-nCONniOITTH - )
SHIRE AND >
-WAIiES. )


238 {


M. • 125
F. 113






4


12
11


15
10


12

14


26
17


16
8


13
9


9
6


5
15


4
2


6
16


1
4


2
1


1


i











42 KONMOTTTB- >

SHIRE -S

43 SOUTH -WAI.ES -

44 NORTH 'WAI.ES


22 {
74{
143 [


M. - 13
F. 9

M. - 37
F. - 37

M. - 76
F. - 67








1
2
1


3
3

4
5

6
3


4

7
5

4
5


1
1

5
6

6

7


3

2

5
10

18
6


i

6
2

10

6


2

11
9


1

2
3

6
3


2

2
2

3
11


4
2


2
2

3
IS


2

1
2


.

2

1


1


i












Monmouthshire and Wales.] BLIND, DEAF-AND-DUMB, LUNATICS, &c



615



Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles not in Asylums.





All A&es.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


3.5-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


8.5-


90-


95-


100


Registration Limits.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw^.


3CI.— nxoirniovTK - )

SHIRE Airs y

-WAiiEs. ;


1,685 [


M. 791
P. - 894


13
14


66
32


64


96

71


91
81


87
62


68
73


49
96


46
09


47
63


61
69


30

45


43
56


28
29


20
36


7
23


6
13


4

7


1







42 ncoirinovTK- ^

SHIRB -S

43 SOUTH WAIiES -

ftft iroRTK -wai.es-


219 {
799 [
667 {


M. 107
F. - 112

M. - 366
F. 433

M. - 318
F. 349


6
2

3

7

4
5


11
5

28
14

16
13


6
12

28
82

22
20


18
6

45
36

33
30


14
11

42
40

35
30


12

8

40
32

85
22


7
IB

34
36

27
23


7
IB

19

43

23
39


4
6

22
37

20

27


4
4

2B
27

17
32


7
9

23
26

21

24


1

4

13
23

16

18


6

4

16

28

21
21


1
4

10

14

12
11


2
5

8
18

10
13


i

4
11

3
11


2
2

3
9

1
2


2
3

2
4


i


,





Table 30. — LUNATICS. — Number and Ages of Lunatics in Asylums.



Uegistfation Limits.



Ail Ages.



Both Males and
Sexes. Females.



Under

5
Years.



10-



15-



20-



25-



30-



35-



40-



45-



50-



55-



60-



65-



70-



75-



80-



85-



90-



95-



100
and
upw".



XI.— IHONmOUTK - )
SHIKE AND ^
VTAIiES. )


1,386 [


M. - 644
F. 742




1


3


9

13


30

24


69

43


84
82


80

86


79
93


79
97


67
99


56
65


83

64


29

46


16
30


10
9


2


1
1






i


SHIRE -)

43 SOUTH WAIVES ■

44 NORTH -WAI.es


476 [
675 [
236 [


M. - 207
F. - 268

M. - 333
F. 342

M. 104
F. 132




1


2
1


4
6

4
2

1

4


11

7

16
8

4
9


18
13

38
22

13

8


28
19

48
46

13

17


25
24

42
48

18
13


18
28

47
60

14
16


24
34

41
46

14
17


19
36

85

45

IS

18


16

20

32

31

8
14


14
31

18

21

6
12


13

23

13
19

8

4


11
18

4
11

i


4

7

5

2

1


2


1

1







i



Number and Ages of Lunatics not in Asylums.





All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


so-


35-


40-


45-


so-


55-


60-


65-


70-


7.5-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Registration Limits.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw.


XL— nxoirniovTH - )

SHIRE AND !-
'WAI.ES. )


355 {


M. 168
F. 187


1


8

4


7
8


10
9


12
10


14
11


il

12


20
10


11
19


13

14


lo

16


11
11


15

18


18
13


13
13

2
1

8
10

2
2


5
9


4


5


i







4Z ncoHiaoTrTH- ^

SHIRE ■)

43 SOUTH -WA^ES -

44 NORTH -WAI.es


4l{
210 {
104 [


M. - 18
F. 23

M. - 100
F. - 110

M. 60

F. - 64


1


1
1

2
1

2


1

3

4

3

4


4

7

6

2


3

1

6

7

3

2


i

8
7

6
3


1
3

9

4

1
5


2
1

16
6

3
3


1
2

6
13

6

4


1

4

9

7

3
3


2
6

3

9

6
2


7
7

4
4


8
2

8
10

4
6


1
1

7
8

5
4


i

5
2

6


4


3

2


i









Table 31.— PATIENTS in HOSPITALS.— Number and Ages of Patients in General Hospitals for the Sick.





All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


9.5-


100


Registration Limits.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw^.


XI.-JaOIO'IHOUTH - )
SHIRE AITD >

-WAi-Es. ;


237 {


M. 174
F. 63


2
1


3

1


12
2


21
14


31
9


28
10


18
6


14

7


9
3


11

2


8
5


5
2


5
1


5


2














4Z KOirmoUTH- ^
SHIRE .)

43 SOUTH -WAI.es -

44 irORTK 'WAI.ES


159 {
67{


M. - 6
F. - 6

M. 119
F. - 40

M. 60
F. - 17


i

2


3

1


1
1

9
1

2


1
1

15
9

6
4


20
6

11
3


21
6

7
4


1
1

13
5

4

-


9
6

5
1


6

1

4

2


i

7
1

4


1
1

5

4

2


1

2

2
2


3



2

1


4
1


1
1













616



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



[Div. XI.



Table 32,— PAUPERS in WORKHOUSES.— Number and Ages of Paupers in Workhouses.



Registration Limits.



All Ages.



Botli
Sexes.



Males and
Females.



Under

5
Tears.



10-



l.")-



20-



25- I 30-



35- 40-



50-



55-



60-



6.5-



70-



75-



80-



85-



90-95-



100
and
upw.



XI.— nxoirncotrxH-

SHZRE AND
"WAXiES.



42 KOiriaoTrTH- 7

SRIBX: -J



43 SOTTTK WAZ.SS -

44 XrOKTH WATiSS



1,700 [



1,024 [
2,083 [



1,593



2.44-0
2,200



.902
402



1,013

1,070



805
728



275

29S



45
D8



129
139



103
101



445


34.1


69


59


361


235


110


194


80


54


13


12


91


59


18


35


1S5


140


28


31


112


102


60


96


174,


141


28


10


131


74


38


63



51
175



56
159



«0


21


91


77


17


11


52


55



54
133



70
111



28



Table 33.— PRISONERS in PRISONS.— Number and Ages of Prisoners.





All Ages.


Under

5
Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


2.5-


30-


3.5-


40-


45-


50-


5.5-


60-


6.5-


70-


75-


so-


85-


90-


95-


100


Eegisti'ation Limits.


Both

Sexes.


Males nnd
Females.


and
upw^


XI.— mONIffiOVTK- ^
-WAXSS. J


744 [


isi. ■ rm

F. - 148




1


10
3


83
30


128
30


115


78
20


50
12


33

13


24
10


25
3


21
1


8
1


15
1


4


1













42 MOWBaOTJTH- 1

43 SOUTH 'WAZ.KS -

44 ]ffO»TH ■WAJ.ES


141 [
423 1
180 [


M. - 122
F. - 19.

jr. - 323

F. - 100

M. - 151
F. - 29





1


3

6
3

1


23
1

45
21

15
5


31

2

65
23

32


26
4

15
32


14

4

43
13

21
3


9

4

25



10
3


7

2

15

7

11

4


4

13
5

6
3


4

12
3

9


IS

3
1


1

5
1

2


1

11
1

8


3

1


1














Table 34. — Number of the Blind, of the Deaf-and-Dumb, of Idiots or Imbeciles, of Lunatics, and of the Inmates
of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons — In Superintendent Registrars' Districts.





Population.


Blind.


Deaf-
and-
Dumb.


Idiot or Imbecile.


Lunatics.


Inmates of


Registration Limits.


From
Birth.


Others.


Total.


In
Asylums.


Others.


Total.


In

Asylums.


Others.


Total.


Hos-
pitals.


Work-
houses.


Prisons.


xi.-niosirncovxKSHiiix: ^

AlirS -WAIiSS. )


1,421,670


78


1,400


1,484


739


238


1,685


1,923


1,886


305


1,741


237


4,700


744


42 ItZONiaOTJTHSHIBE


219,708


9


229


238


99


22


219


241


a 476


41


616


11


1,024


141


43 SOUTH -WAIiBS


760,800


48


762


800


422


74


799


873


670


210


885


169


2,083


423


44 WORTH -Ur Allies


435,093


21


425


446


218


142


067


809


&236


104


340


67


1,693


180


STJPEEINTENDBNT RBGIS-
TIIARS' MSTEICTS.






















4








42 7JIOKBSOUTH5HIRZ:.






























577 CHEPSTOW


18,341


1


16


17


12


.


34


34




5


5




135


.


678 MONMOUTH


31,.598


1


37


38


25




66


60




8


8


S


118


,


079 ABErvGATE:s'>-Y


22,SC2


3


32


35


11


22


27


49


a 473




476




100


.


680 BEDWELTT


61,703


2


48


60


15




17


17.




5


6


.


124


,


581 I'ONTYPOOL


3.3,892



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