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OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



633



Table 10. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Ago— In Jersey, and Gueknsey and adjacent Islands.



Occupations.



2 JERSEY.



Ages. — Males.



All ""r?"
Ages.



Total of Males



I.-'Peotessional Class.



2-11875'



1. Civil Service ....
Government Messengers, Workmen, &o.
Other Ooveimment Officers .

2. Magistrate (so returned)
Officer of Law Court .

Police

Prison Officer ....
Municipal, Parish, tTnion, Officer
Other Zocal Oovemmant Officers

S. East India and Colonial Service



1. Army Officer (effective)

Army Retired and HaU Pay Officer

Soldier

Militia, Volunteers

Army Pensioner ....

2. Navy Officer (effective)

Navy, Retired and Half-pay Officer

Seaman, E.N

Royal Marine ....
Coastguard, Royal Naval Reserve
Navy Pensioner ....



1. Clergyman .
Protestant Minister
Roman Catholic Priest
Missionary, Scripture Reader
Church, Chapel, Officer
Otliers ....



2. Barrister

Solicitor, Attorney
Law Student
Law Clerk .
Law Stationer



8. Physician, Surgeon

Medical, Assistant, Student
Dentist ....
Chemist, Druggist
Others ....



4. Author, Editor, Journalist
Students.and Others .

5. Painter, Artist
Sculptor
Engraver
Photographer

6. Musician, Music Master

7. Exhihitions, Shows — Service
Others engaged in Theatres^ &c.

8. Schoolmaster . .
Teacher, Professor, Lecturer
Others

9. Civil Engineer



II.— Domestic Class.

. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican
Lodging-house, Boarding-house, Keeper
Coffee-house, Eating-house, Keeper
Institution Service

Others

. Domestic Servant (General)

Coachman ....

Groom . . . •

Gardener ....

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



III.— COMKEEOIAL 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 .

2. Pawnbroker . . . • , ,•„
Shopkeeper (branch undefined), Irene-

ral Dealer ....

Hawker, Pedlar ....



66
85

651
18

113

17
26
•IS
1
3
32



10-



15-



20-



25-35-



45-



55-



65-



3016 3003 2913 2200 1780 3285 2890 2469 17221106 390



170
15

3
16

1

202
SI
13
IS

47



181
16
20
17
88



18

10

109



21

2'J,



15



10



SO



3 GUERNSEY
and adjacent Islands.*



Ages. — Males.



All

ASESJ^



jUiiilcr



10-



15433 1873 1842 1892



18
32
460
16
38

11

14
2
1
1

19



1487 1023 1985 1707 1510 1149 703 312



15-



20-



25-



35-



45-



55-65-



75

&

up'"



32181.



* These consist of the Islands of Alderney, Great and Little Sark, Herm, Jethou, Brechou, The Caskets, and Le Marchant.

4 L



634



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Islands in the



Table 10. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age — In Jersey, and Guernsey and adjacent Islanps^oowiS.



Occupations.



2 JERSEY— coTii.



Ages. — Males — cont



Ail
Ages.



Under


















.')


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55- 65-


Tears.



















7.



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

2. Toll Collector, Turnpike-gate Keeper .
Coach, Omnibus, Cab Owner, and Livery

Stable Keeper

Coachman (not domestic), Cabman, Fly-



man

Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman

3. Bargeman, Waterman .

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

Pilot

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



5. "Warehouseman .
Meter, Weigher .

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy
Telegraph Company Service
Others engaged in Messages



IV.— AftEICULTlTBAI. ClASS.

. Land Proprietor (so returned)* .
Parmer, Grazier ....
Tarmer's Son, Brother, Grndsn., Nephw.

Parm Bailiff

Agricultural, Labourer .
Shepherd (outdoor)
Parm Servant (indoor)
Land Surveyor, Estate Agent

. Woodman



. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Florist
Gardener



1. Horse Proprietor, Dealer
Horse Breaker
Horsekcpper, Groom. Jockey
Parrier, Veterinary Surpjeon.
Cattle, Sheep, Pig, Salesman
Gamekeeper .
Vermin Destroyer
Fisherman ....
Others engaged about Animals



v.— IKDTJSTBIAL CLABS.

10. 1. Bookseller, Publisher .

Bookbinder

Printer

Others engaged to Publications .

3. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer
Others

, 3, Lithographer, Lithographic Printer

4. Animal, Bird, Preserver
B. Toy Maker, Dealer

Others

6. Block Maker

7. Watch Maker, Clock Maker.
Philosoph. Instrument Mkr. ; Optician

8. Surgical Instrument Maker

9. Gunsmith, Gun Manufacture

10. Engine and Machine Maker
Millwright .
Cutler

11. Coachmaker
Wheelwright

12. Saddler, Harness, Whip Maker

13. Ship-builder, Shipwright, Boat-builder
Sail Maker .
Others ....



14. House Proprietor *
Architect
Surveyor

Builder ....
Carpenter, Joiner .
Bricklayer .
Marble Mason
Mason, Pavior
Slater, Tiler .
Plasterer.
Paperbanger
Plumber, Pamter, Glazier

15. Cabinet M:iker, Upholsterer
Undertaker .
CaiTer and Gilder.
Furniture Broker, Dealer
Others ....



10



141
130

11

33
31

19

1036

22

8
19

3

21
2



1473
324



404



11
323



3

140
1



14

15

110



390
69



876
22



406



261

20

248

153
10
16



29



12



36



83



179



10



67



16



14



81



16



16



3 GUERNSEY

and. adjacent Islands— cant.



Ages. — Males— co«f.



All

AflES,



I Under
5
Tears.



10-15-



20-



25-



35- 45-



55-



65-



75

&

np''«



447
40



102
979
288

1
702

1
149

1



14
260



269
1



2
3

26
19

20

166
29



15
1
1

30

458
7

218
1

187

4

79

97



17



28



62



23



82



39



31



42



32



22



23



16



16



13



* The number returned as " Land Proprietors " or " House Proprietors " is not the entire number of persons who own land or houses ; for manv ownera hnvi.,™. «„*. j
themselves under professions or occupations are there classifled. ' uwuera uavuig returned



British Seas.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



635



Table 10. — Occupations of Males at differcat Periods of Age — In Jersey, und Guernsey and adjacent Islands — cont.



Occupations.



2 JERSEY— co7i«.



Ages. — Males — cont.



All
Ages,



Under

5
Yeai'3



5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


G5-



75



10. 16. Manufacturing Chemist, Labourer
-^ont. Dyer, Scourer, Calenderer
( • Others



11. l.-WflOllen Olotli Manufacture
•Cloth Mferohant, Dealer
. Carpet, Rug, Manufacture

2. Siilc, Satin, Mauufactiu'e
' Silk Merchant, Dealer .

S; Cotton Manufacture. .
. Cotton, Calico "Warehouseman, Dealer
, Others ....



4. Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer
. Fancy Goods Mauufactui*eri '^



Dealer



12.



5. Hairdresser, Wii;- Maimer
■ Hatter, Hat Manufacture
• Tailor ....
.Milliner

Stay Maker, Ladies Outfitter
Hosier, Haberdasher .
Shoemaker, Bootmaker
-Unibrella, Parasol, Stick, Maker
Laundjy Keeper .
Others providing Dress

6. Eope, Cord, Maker



1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .

Cheesemonger

Butcher, Meat Salesman
' Provision Curer, Dealer
" Poulterer, Game Dealer
^Fishmonger .

a, Corn, Flour, Seed, Merchant,
Miller ....
Baker ....
Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable, Dealer

3. Maltster
Brewer ....
Wine and Spirit Merchant
Cellarman

Ginger Beer, Soda Water, &c.
Sugar Refiner
Grocer, Tea Dealer
Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff, Mnf., Tobacconist
Others .



Dealer



, Manuf.



13.



1. Soap Boiler .
Tallow Chandler
Others .



2. Fellmonger

Tanner

Currier

Leather C^sc, Portmanteau, Bag Maker



S. Brush, Broom, Maker .



1A< 1, Oil-miller, Refiner
Oil and Colourman
Frenoh-poUsher .
Others .



a. Timber, Wood, Merchant, Dealer

Sawyer

Lath, Fence, Hurdle, Maker
Wood, Turner, Worker
Box and Packing Case Maker
Cooper, Hoop-maker and Bender

3. Cork, Cutter, Manufacturer .

4. Basketmaker

Hay and Straw Dealer
• Thatcher ....
Others-



. Rag, Gatherer, Dealer .
Paper Manufacture
Stationer (not Law)
Other Workers in Paper



IS.



1. Iron Miner . . . •
Miner (branch undefined) .
Coal Mine Service

2. Coal, Merchant, Dealer
Coal-heaver, Labourer .
Chimmey Sweeper-
Gas Works Service

S. Stone Quarrier . . .

Stone, Merchant, Cutter, Dresser.

Limestone Quan-ier, Lime-Burner
' Clay Labourer ....
- Brick, Maker, Dealer . . .

Railway Labourer, Platelayer, Navvy

Road Contractor, Inspector, Surveyor

Road Labourer ....

Scj|.venger, Dust Collector .

" Others

4. Earthenware Manufacture .

Tobacco-pipe Maker .

Earthenware and Glass Dealer .



1

143

5

Bl

11

in
1
1

4

597

6

2

1

60



1

183

6

9

8

17
70
221
89
16

2ii i
69



163
44
10



130
160

i
69
14

12



33

17 I
47

67 I

i



19



Ages.I



3 GUERNSEY

aud adjacent Islands — cont.



Ages. — Males — cont.



All I U'f ■■



10-



15-20-



25-



35-45-



55-65-



75

&

up*^"



11



1 1

4L 2



118

4

2t
171

286



12
4S
117

27

3

10
21

7



12'J

211

6



12



13



18



358

468

2

21
1
2
9

4
2

2



1

2

13

1



47



1






1


1


4




1


1


1


1






2


4


1


1




2




4


3


88


4,S


63


47




1


3


3


1






1


1


1




1




1




1



636



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Islands in the



Table 10.— Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age


—In Jeeset,


and Guernsey and


adjacent Islands—


cont.






2 jersey-


-cant.


3 GUERNSEY

and adjacent Islands— cowf.


Occupations.




Ages.— males-


-cant.


Ages. —Males — cont.




All

Ages.


Under
5 5-

Tears.


10-


1.5-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75
up''"


All

Ages


Under

5 5-
Years.


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


75
55-65- &

UD"!'


XSt—-conf.
















































5. Glass Manufacture


























1






















6. Salt Dealer ....


























3














1




1




7. "Waterworlvs Service


3














1


2






























Others


4












2


1


1
































8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller


20




































3


1




2




Plater, Plated "Ware Manufacture


2














1


1








1
















Others


1














1

































9. Coppersmith


U






2




1


3


s


2


,1


1




1














1








10. Tinplate Worker, Tinman .
Tinker


S3
3






2




6


6


8

1


S

1


3

1


2




33
1










G


9


2




4




IS. Brass Manufacture, Brazier .


2














1










8






















Locksmith, Bellhanffer


11










3


3


9.


1








2


















"




Gas Fitter ....
Others


22
1






1


4


6


4
1


3


2


1


1




14








6


1


8


2









14 Iron Manufacture

■Whitesmith ....


25
"10








3


4

1


6

2


3

2


6

4


2


1




11
19








2
1


1

3


2
3


' 4
6






. 1


Blacksmith ....
Anchorsmith, Chainsmith .


. 832
1






20


74


47


62
1


63


42


23


8




176






12


26


26


86


26


24


15 13 1 i


Ironmonger, Hardware Dealer
Otiiers


36
1






1


7


2


7
1


6


6


4


1




24








4


3


4


5




4


i ."

• •


VI. lUDEPIiriT]!: AND NON-PRODUCI


IVE














































Class.




























.




















16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer


. 796






18


64


68


166


166


168


90


47


9


693




1


SO


79


50


97


105


117


73 28 7


2. Artizan, Mechanic


7






1




1


3


1




1






1
















2






Engine Driver, Stoker .


12












6


3


2


1






16








2


1


6


2


4


1




Paotory Labourer


1






1


















S








1


1


1










Shopman, Assistant


83






2


14


6


4


4


4








10






3


4


1


1


1




'






U






7


7






































Vairant, Gipsy

Others of -undefined Occupation .


8














4


4






















*


'


'




660








116


68


68


73


69


72


69


36


305









64


25


31


78


40


26 28 2S


17. I. Gentleman, Independent, Annuits


mt . 611








1


3


19


47


97


88


92


LIO


66


192







1


5


10


14


17


32


33 4£


38


18. 1. Scholars


. 4781


483


2297


2001


















3066


351


1539


1176












Children of no stated Occupation '


. 3648


263S


704


411


















2133


1522


299


312




.








'























_

























Table 11.— Occupations of Females


at different Periods of Age


— In Jersey,


and Guernsey and


adjacent Ist,ande







2 JERSEY.


3 GUERNSEY
and adjacent Islands.


Occupations.


Ages.— Females.


Ages. — Females.




All ^'i'"='
A<^^^- Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


75

65- &

up<ii


All

AaEs.


Under

5
rears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75

&

upi«


Total of Females -


31762 30-18


3041


2895


2851


2960


5019


4181


3377


2321


1450


619


18636


1954


1874


1797


1746


1563


2530


2090


2001


1471


966


564


I.— Pkopessioital Class.

1. 1. Civil Service

Others

2. Prison Officer

Municipal, Parish, Union, Oincer.


3

5

2




.








1


2
1


i

2


2





i


1
3


.








i





1

i

6

28
19





i











3. 1. Missionary, Scripture I
Church, Chapel, Officer
Others .

3. Cliemist, Druggist
Midwife

Others .

4. Author, Editor, Writer
Students and Others

5. Painter, Artist
Photographer

6. Musician, Music Mistre

7. Actress .
Exhibitions, Shows-Ser
Others engaged in JTieo

8. School Mistress .
Teacher, Gioverness


eade

ss

vice
tres.


&c.




1

6

16

8
4

2
316

3

2

54

2
3
1

216
189




1


2

i


313

i

2

24
36


2

1

1

14

1
1

48
43


i

6

i
1

i

1

20

i

1

43
67


i

6

2

1

1

8

43
38


i

2

2
2

2

4
1

t .
82
11


i

1

1

22
2


1
1

1

2

2

6
2




3


1

9

1
9

176

3

4

17

107
78






1
6


173

1

4

9
17


2

3

1

3

29
19


3

i

1

3

6

8


i
1

1

i

2

20
S


1

8
4


6


1



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



British Seas.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



637



Table 11. — Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age— In Jersey, and Guernsey and adjacent Islands — cont.





2 JERSEY— coTOf.


3 GUERNSEY
and adjacent Islands— cont.


Occupations.


Ages. — Females — cont.


Ages. — Females — cont.




All

A&BS.


Under

5
rears.


5-


lo-


15-


20- 25-


35-


45-


75
55-6.^- sc
up'i'


All
Ages.]


Under

5
YenrB.


5-


10-


15- 20-


25-


35- 45-


55-


65-


75

&

up'''


II.— Domestic Class.

4. 1. Wives and others engaged in HonseJiold
Ihtties

2. Wifeof Inn'Keeper.'PuWican, Beerseller
Wife of Lodging-ho.jBoarding-ho.Keeper
Wife of Shopkeeper (branch undefined)
Wife of Farmer, Grazier
Wife of Shoemaker ....
Wife of Butcher


807S

14

14

1192

278

88








621
2

4
2


942

2
1
1

45

17

6


2116

44
3
3
224
63
29


I

1890
47

5

319

57
24


1386

26
6
4
27*
74
16


928

19

3

1

201

39
4


520

3

2

114

20

6


270

1

12
1
1


5275

36
9
9

744

154

40








329

2
3
1


616

1
1

2i

6

1


1311

11
3

103
29
10


1127

12
1

2

146

41

11


878

10
1

4

232

44

6


603

2
2
2
139
16
8


333

73

15

2


178

i
1

28
1
1


S. 1. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican .

Beerseller

Lodging-house, Boarding-house, Keeper
Coffee-house, Eating-ho. Keeper .
Institution Service ....
OtJiers

2. Domestic Servant (General) .

Housekeeper ....

Cook

Housemaid

Nurse

Laundrymaid ....

Inn Servant

Nurse (not Domestic Servant) .

Charwoman

Others


64

146
1

18

2331

212

323

294

186

2

36

95

614

6






ws

3

1

8

13


i

662
11
21
90
86

C

li


6
3

i

542
13
46
99
39

13
2

21
2


9

18

4

497

40

109

74

50

1
10

5
84

1


13

45
1
6

219
36
72
19
16

4

16

137

1


20

50

8

133
45
64

2
18

1

21
129

1


11
23

2

78
39
15
1
13

2
29
77


6
5

i

27

23

5

1

1

i

19

48
1


1
2

7
3

3

7


23
3

77
5
8
1

1418

176

175

172

73

li

68
262

. 5


.




94
8

6

8


496
28
10
69
25

2

6


352
9

27

4a

9

6

1
18


1

7
2

1

218
31
61
38
18

2

27
2


3
1
19
2
1

76
18
S3
12
5

i

3

47
2


8

16
1

1
1

86
27
23

8
4

17

68
1


3

2
23

i

47
25
20
4
3

24
51


B
9

i

33

18

8

2

1

18
32


2
3

16

12

S

5
23




III.— GouMEBciAi. Class.

6. 1. Capitalist, Shareholder.

Saleswoman (not otherwise described)

Commercial Clerk

Others

2. Pawnbroker

Shopkeeper (branch undefined). General

Dealer

Huckster, Costermonger

Hawker, Pedlar


24
2
3

3

39
2

28











i

1

2

1


i

1

6

i


3

i
11

4


3

5


6

2
1
5


6

2

2

4
1
7


6

6
5


1

i


3

15

1

1

61

2
7







i


3
■ 3


4




3

9


1

4
1

1

15

2


1
1

8


4

10
2
1


i

6

i


7. 2. Coach, Cab, Owner, Livery Stable Kpr.
Carrier, Carter

i. Ship Owner

Ship Stewardess, Cook ....

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Girl .


1
6

3






1




1
3


i
1










1
1

2

1










1








1


1
1

1




IV.— AOEICHLTURAL CLASS.

8. 1. Laud Proprietor (so returned)* .

Parmer, Grazier

Parmer's Daughter, Grand-Daughter,

Sister, Niece

Agricultural Labourer ....
Farm Servant (in door)

S. Nurserywoman, Florist


78
71

579
104
198

2
3






13


i

171

3

35


2
1

146

8
45

1


4
4

143
26
49


9
13

66
25
23


17

23

34
16
20

1


21
24

13

15

8


18
6

4
9
5


7

2
2


66
28

409
4
97

1






i

5


128
2
35


1
2

111

1
31


4
1

98

18


7
6

34

18


15
7

24

2


18

4

12
2


13
5

2

1


8
S

i


9. 1, Fisherwoman






1








2








1
















1













v.— INDUSTEIAL CLASS.

10. 1. Bookseller, Publisher ....

Bookbinder

Printer

Newspaper Agent, News-room Keeper.
Book Agent, Librarian ....

4. Artificial Flower Maker

Others

B. Toy, Maker, Dealer ....

11. Coachmaker

12. Saddler, Harness, Whip Maker .

14. House Proprietor • . . . .
Carpenter, Joiner ....
Plumber, Painter, Glazier .

Others

15. Cabmet Maker, Upholsterer
Furniture Broker, Dealer .

16. Dyer, Scourer, Calenderer. .


6
3

3

3

1

29
1

i

31

4

2






\


1

1
2


1
1


i
1

i
1

6

1

7
1




2
1

2

1

8

4
2


7
i

4

1


2




i
1

1
1

6

3

1
1
37

i

15
5

3








i


3


1


;

3

2

1




1

16

4
1


i
i

5

3

1




11. 1, Worsted Manufacture . . . •
Others

2. Silk, Merchant, Dealer .

S. Flax, Linen Manufacture .
Lace Manufacture ....


1

2

2
7










i


1
2




1

i




1




i

1

3

2








i


i






i

i

1









Others • . • ^ • • . j . . .

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



638



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Islands in the



Table 11. — Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age — In Jersey, and Guernsey and


adjacent ISLANDS-


-cant.




2 JERSEY— colli.


3 GUERNSEY

and adjacent Islands— cowi.


Occupations.




Ages.— Females — cant.


Ages, — Females — cant




All
Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


1
55-'65-

i


75

&

up^^


All
Ages.


Under
5

Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75

&

up''"


4. Weaver (not otherwise described)
Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer
Fancy Goods Manufacturer, Dealer .
Embroiderer

B. Hairdresser, Wig Maker

Hatter, Hat Manufacture .

Furrier, Skinner

Tailoress

.Milliner, Dressmaker ....

Shirt Maker, Seamstress

Stay Maker, Ladies' Outfitter .

Hosiery Manufacture ....

Hosier, Haberdasher ....

Glover (Leather)

. Glove Maker (all except leather) .
. Shoemaker, Bootmaker
.TTmbrella, Parasol, Stick, Maker .

Laundry Keeper

.Otiiers

6. Sacking, Sack, Bag, Maker, Dealer


88
52

2

2

3

«3

2616

180

24

10

9

2

40

6

853

1

1

18
2

16
5


29

6
14
39
30

2
2
127
9
8






22

129

6

1

2
7


14
1

1

95

626

21

2

i

4
1
61


19
2

i

2
81
502
19

5

i

6
95


26
6

7i

632

41

5

2

8

1

208

1


18
9

1

54
416

27
6
1
2

9

2
162


6

2

i

49
286

24
4
1
2

6

2
119

1


2
10

2i

113

26

1

1

i

3
107


2
15

i

5

47
14

4
1

i

2
58


i

7

2
16
2

3

16


1

46
18

1

2
2
1

51
1065

94
7
1

. 2

30
3

534
2






i

46

i

10


4

1

7
266

4

i

50


12

2

2

3

189

7,

3

55


18

1

6

281
12

8

2

76


6
8

1

1

i

2

156

19

1

2
86


5
6

1

16
89
21
8

i

5

111
1


2
2

7
64
14

i

6

82
1


2
2

8
28
13

2

5
1

47


1
1

2
12
4
1

17


12. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller ....
.Cheesemonger

Butcher

Provision Curer, Dealer

Poulterer, Game Dealer
.Fishmonger

2. Com, Flour, Seed, Merchant, Dealer .

Baker '.

Confectioner, Pastry Cook .
Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable, Dealer .

S. Brewer

Wine and Spirit Merchant .
. Grocer, Tea Dealer ....
. Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff Mnf., Tobacconist

Others






1


2

i

2

1
6


1
3

4

3

6

2

9
1


8

i
1
]
4

1

2
15

21
3
2


3

1
8
1
2
8

2
2
9
7
1

29
3
1


8
1
3

2
1
8

1

4
7
7

2
31


2

3

1

i

1

3

5

21
2


2

i

i

4

1

1

6

7


1
. 2

'
3

•i


1

6

7
18

1



10

21

1
1

97
7

52






i


2

i

1

i

2
1
23


i

1
2

6
17


i
1,

2
1

19
1
5'


i

2

6

11!
1

1


1

2


1
1
1

5

22
1
2


2

2
2

3

2
6

16
1
8


i

2
6

1

9

2


7


13. 2. Feather Dresser, Dealer . .


1




















1





































1ft. 1. French-polisher

. 4. Basket Maker

B. Stationer (not Law) ....


3

6






1


!




1


2


1
1




1


1


1
1
13








8


1

2


4


3


1




1





15. 2. Coal, Merchant, Dealer.

Others

8. Brick, Maker, Dealer ....
Others

4. Earthenware and Glass Dealer .

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller .

' 10. Tinplate Worker ....

14. Blacksmith

Ironmonger, Hardware Dealer


1

1

3
S
1

1

1








1
1

i


1

2

1
1














"


2

1
1

4

2

2








2
1

i


1
2


i


i


i

1




I


VX. Indefinite and Non-peoductive
Class.

16 . 1. General Labourer, Labourer

2. Factory Labourer

Shopwoman, Assistant ....

^ ' Apprentice

' Machine Worker, Machinist .

■ Vagrant, Gipsy


101

1
23
6
7
3






4
3


7

4
2
3


8

6
1
2

47


26

1
5

i

1


12
6

i

2


22


18

i


4




10

17
17
3
1

1012






1

2


6



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