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OCCUPATIONS OF FOREIGNERS.



[Islands in thk



Table 17. — Occupations of Foreigners (Males), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the

Islands in the British Seas.



Males.



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Tears
and



Total of males



I.— Pkofessional Class.

I. Civil Service ....
Govt. Me.ssengers, Workmen, &c.

II. IMn^^iytrato
I'olice ....

1. Army Officer (effective)
Army Retired and Hall-pay Officer
Soldier ....

2. Navy Officer .

1. Protestant Minister
Eoman Catliolie Priest .
Missionary, Scripture Iteader

3. Barrister
Solicitor, Attorney.

3. Physician, Surgeon
Dentist ....
Chemist, Drugfist .
Others .

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

5. Painter, Artist
Sculptor ....
Photographer

6. Musician, Music Master
Others ....

7. Actor

Others engaged in Theatres, &c.

8. Schoolmaster
Teacher, Professor, Lecturer

9. Civil Engineer
Other Scientific Persons



II.— Domestic Ciass.

1. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican
Lodging-ho., Boarding-ho., Keeper
Coffee-house, Eating-house, Keeper

2. Domestic Servant (General) .

Coachman

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



397



1,973



17



SII.— CoMMDECiAi Class.

6. 1. Merchant ....
Broker, Agent, ITactor .
Auctioneer, Valuer, House Agent
Accountant ....
Commei'cial Clerk .
Commercial Traveller .

i. Shopkeeper' (branch undefined).
General Dealer .
Hawker, Pedlar



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years
and
upW.



7.



2. Coach, Omnibus, Cab Owner, and

Livery Stable Keeper .
Coachman (not domestic). Cabman,

Plyman ....
Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman

4. Shipowner ....
Seaman (Merchant Service) .
Others



3.0



11.



5. Warehouseman

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy
Telegraph Company Service .

IV.— AsEictfLTUEAi Class.

1. Land Proprietor (so returned)
Parmer, Grazier
Agricultural Labourer .

2. Woodman ....

3. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Florist
Gardener ....

1. Earrier, Veterinary Surgeon .
Cattle, Sheep, Pig, Salesman .
Vermin Destroyer .
Fisherman ....
Others

v.— INBUSTEIAL Class.
, 1. Printer

2. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer
8. Lithographer, Lithographic Printer

4. Figure, Image Maker

7. Watch Maker, Clock Maker .
Philoso. Instrument Mkr., Optician

11. Coachmaker ....

12. Saddler, Harness, Whip Maker

13. Ship-buildr., Shipwright, Boat-bldr.

14. House Propi'ietor ,
Architect ....

Builder

Carpenter, Joiner .
Mason, Pavior

Plasterer ....
Plumber, Painter, Glazier

15. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer .
Carver and Gilder .

16. Manufacturing Chemist, Labourer
Dyer, Scourer, Calendcrer

1. Woollen Cloth Manufacture .
Carpet, Rug, Manufacture

,2. Silk Merchant, Dealer .

4. Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer

6. Hairdresser, Wig Maker
Hatter, Hat Manufacture

Tailor

Shoemaker, Bootmaker ,
Umbrella, Parasol, Stick, Maker
Laundry Keeper .

6. Rope, Cord, Maker



18



B
118
166

1

1



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



Years
and
upw".



IZ. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .
Butcher, Meat Salesman

2. Corn, Flour, Seed, Merchant, Dealer

Miller

Baker

Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable, Dlr

3. Brewer

Wine and Spirit Merchant .
Ginger Beer, Soda Water, &c. Manuf .
Grocer, Tea Dealer
Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff, Manufacture,

Tobacconist
Others



13. 2. Tanner
Currier



14. 1. French-polisher

2. Timber, Wood, Merchant, Dealer

Sawyer

Cooper, Hoop-maker and Bender

8. Cork Cutter, Maaiufacturer .



15



4. Basket Maker.
Thatcher

6. Rag, Gatherer, Dealer .

2. Coal, Merchant, Dealer .

3. Stone Quarrier
Brick, Maker, Dealer
Road Contractor, Inspector, Survyi-
Road Labom'cr

4. Tobacco-pipe Maker
Earthenware and Glass Dealer

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller

9. Coppersmith .

10. Tin Manufacture .

Tinplate Worker, Tinman
Tinker ....



13. Brass Manufacture, Brazier
Locksmith, Bellhanger .
Gas Fitter

14. Iron Manufacture .
Whitesmith .
Blacksmith

Anchorsmith, Chainsmith
Ironmonger, Hardware Dealer



Vl.— Indefinite and Non-peoduciive
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer

2. Artizan, Mechanic ,
Shopman, Assistant
Apprentice ....
Others of uiidejlned Occupation



1

8
18
1

4



3
19



1
S3

i

7

3
1

4

9

1



1

2
2

1

2

10

1

1



17. 1. Gentleman, Independent, Annuitant

18. 1. Scholars

Children under IB years of age



91
163



321

29



Table 18. — Occupations of Foreigners (Females), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the

Islands in the British Seas.



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


448


2,192


III.— CoMMEECiAL Class.

6. 1. Saleswoman (not othormse descbd.)

Commercial Clerk

In Mercantile Pursuits .

Others

2. Pawnbroker

Shopkeeper (branch undefined).
General Dealer ....
Huckster, Costermongcr
Hawker, Pedlar

7. 2. Cai-man, Carrier, Carter .

6. Messenger, Porter, En-and Girl .
IV.— Ageicultueal Class.

8. 1. Land Proprietor (so retiu-ned)

Farmer, Gi-azier ....
Agricultural Labourer .
Farm Servant (in door) .

3. Gardener

v.— INDUSTEIAL Class.

10. 1. Bookbinder

3. Lithographer

16. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer .

11. 4. Weaver (not othei-wise described)

Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer
Fancy Goods Manufacturer, Dealer
Embroiderer ....




17
1
3
1

1

4

2

16


11. B. Tailoress

—cont. Milliner, Dressmaker .

Shirt Maker, Seamstress
Stay Maker, Ladies' Outfitter
Shoemaker, Bootmaker .
Umbrella, Parasol, Stick, Maker .
Laundry Keeper ....

12. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .

Butcher

Provision Curer, Dealer .
Poulterer, Game Dealer

Fishmonger

Others

2. Baker ......

Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable, Dlr".

3. Grocer, Tea Dealer

Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff, Manufacture,
Tobacconist ....

14. 4. Basket Maker ....


2

14

2


10


I.— Professional Class.

3. 1. Convent Inmate ....

Others

4. Students and Otliers

fi. Musician, Music Mistress

7. Actress


IS
1

i


1
1

7

3
3

6

41


69

22

1

B

1
66




3

5

2


Others

8. School Mistress
Teacher, Governess




1
1


3

2
2


II.— Domestic Class.

4. 1. Wives and others engaged in
Household Duties


67


1163




1

1

34

1

1


S

8

6

3


5. 1. InnKeeper,HotelKeeper,Publican


B7

i
1

i


11
1
3
2

472
14
21
13
1
2
63


1


.


Beerseller

Lodging-ho., Boarding-house.Kecper
Coffee-house, Eating-house, Keeper

2. Domestic Servant (Genei'al) .
Housekeeijer
Cook




1
1

1


VI.— Indefinite and Non-peoductive
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer .
2. Factory Labourer .

Apprentice ■...'.

17. 1. Gentlewmn., Indepndnt., Annuitnt

18. 1. Schohirs

Children under 15 years of age


i


27

1




1

4
1




Nurse . . . .
Inn Servant


1


43


Nurse (not Domestic Servant)
Charwoman . . . .


93

18B






British Seas.]



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



645



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



Table 19. — BLIND. — Number and Ages of Males aud Females returned as " Blind " or " Blind from Birth.''



Islands.



All Ages.



Both
Sexes.



Males and | v,
Females.



Under






























6


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


Years.































75-80-85-



90-



95-



100

and
upw".



ISXiAiraS IN TUHl
BSITISH SEAS, i


201 1


M.


107
B-1


3

2


1


2
1



2


4,
4


.3

i





6
2


8
3


4
6


8
3


S
8


8
8


7

6
2


10
13


10
12


8
11


1

4


3

2


i




1 ISIiB OF KAir


07 {


M.
F.


41,
23


1


1


1


2


.3

1


1

1


2


1

1


3


1
1


2

1


3
2


3

2


4
4


G
3


3

2


i


2







2 JEBS&V


S.{


M.


■a


1




1
1


2


1

1


2
2


2
2


4

1


3

2


2
3


6


2
4


4
3


1
4


6
6


2
6


1



1

2


1


i




3 GVERia-SET 1
and adjacent Islands i


49 {


M.
F.



20


1






"


'2


i


2




2
1


1
1


1
2


3
2


1
3


3

1


1

3


. 2
4


4
3


i


2








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

{Included in the foregoing Table)





All Ages.


Under

5
Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-








100


Islands.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


85-90-95-


and
upw".


ISI.AMDS IN TKE>
BRITISH SEAS, i


«{


M. 6
F. 3


1
1




'


3










2


i






i


1
















1 ISIiE OF AIAIO'

2 JEBSEY

3 GUERNSET \
and adjacent Islands S




M. - 3
F.

M.

F. - 2

M. - 3
F. 1


i

1






1
1










1
1


i






i


1

















Table 20.— DEAF-AND-DUMB. — Number and Ages of Males aud Females returned as " Deaf-and-Dumb."





All Ages.


Under


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-






45-






60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Islands.


Both
Se.xes.


Males and
Females, j


5

Years.


35- 4U-


50- 00-


and
upw^.


ISIiAN-BS ITT THEI
BRITISH SBAS. i


„(


M. - 41
F. 30


1


3


3
1





7

4


2


3


4


5

2


1



1

4

1

2

i

i


i


2
3


2


1
1




i










1 ISI.E OF MAN

2 JERSEIf • -

3 GUERNSEV |
and adjacent Islands i


30 {
30 {


M. - 23
F. 7

M. - 10
F. - 20

M. 8
F. - 9


1


2

2

1


2

1
1


1

2
1

3
1


5

1

1
2


2

3

2


2
1

i

i


1

i

2
1


2
1

i


i

5

1


i


2
1

2


i
i


1
i




i











Table 21. — IDIOTS or IMBECILES. — Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles in Asylums.





All Ages.


Under

5
Y'ears.


5-


10-






25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


9.5-


100


Islands.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


15- 2U-


and
upw^


is^AXTSS inr the)

BRITISH SEAS. i


44 {


M. - 20
F. 24




1
1


2
1


2

4



2


1
3


1
5


3

1


3

2

2
2

1


1
1


3

i
i
i








i
i


i










'






1 ISI.E OF lOAN

2 JTERSEX -

3 GVERNSEV \
and adjacent Islands S


27 {


M. 15
F. 12

M. 4
F. - 4

M. - 1
F. . 8





1
1


2

i


2
2

2


3

1

2

1
1


1
3


1

i

2


3

i


i









646



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



[Islands in the



Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles not in Asylums.





AtiTiAges. 1


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Islands.


Both

Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw".


BRITISH SEAS -)


186 {


M. 59
F. - 77


I


2
4


4
3


B
10


5
6


8
6


7
8


2

4


3

11


6

4


6
6


3
3


4
3




1

3


2
3




i


_






1 ISI.E OF niAIT

Z JERSEY

3 GITERNSE-S- >
ana adj acent Islands i


64 1^
3l{


M. 30
F. - 34

M. 16
F. - 26

M. 14
F. - 17


i

1


i
1

2

1
1


2

1

1
3


2

7

2
3

1


3
3

2
2

i


6

1

2
2

3


3

2

1
5

3

1


2

4


5

1
3

2
S


2

1

3

3

2


3

2

2
2

1

2


1
2

1

1

1


4

2

i




3
1


2
2

i




i









Table 22. — LUNATICS. — Number and Age of Patients in Lunatic Asylums.



Islands.



All Ages.



Both Males and
Sexes. Females.



Under








































5


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


8.5-


90-


95-


Years.









































100
and
upw^.



ISIiANDS IN THE)
BRITISH SEAS ■)


177{


M. 88
F. - 89








1
3


6
3


i
7


IB
13


10
8


8
14


9
6


IB

18


B
1


B
5


3

6


3

4


1

2


3










1 ISI.E OF KAN'

Z JERSi^lV

3 GTTERNSEV >
and adjacent Islands S


77{
7l{
29 {


M. - 38
F. - 89

M. - 34
F. - 37

M. - 16
F. 13








2

1
1


3

2
3

1


2
3

1

3

1
1


8
6

6

5

1
2


3

5

B
2

2
1


2
6

4
6

2
2


B
3

4
3


5
7

7
10

3

1


1
1

1
3


3

4

1

1
1


2


3


3
1

2

i


i

1
1














Number and Ages of Lunatics not in Asylums.





AtiT, Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


1.5-


20-


26-


30-






45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-






100


Islands.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


35- 4U-


90- 95-


and
upw.


ISI.ANSS IN THE 7
BRITISH SEAS -J


30 {


M. - 12

F. 18








2


2


2


2
1


3


1

3


1


4


1
1


4


i


1


i




i








1 is:le of niAN

2 JERSEY

3 GUERNSEY \
and adjacent Islands )


4

ib(

10{


M. 2
F. 3

M. 3

F. 13

M. - 7
F. 3








2


2


2


i

2


2


1
3


1


1
1
2


1

1


3

i


i


1


i




i









Table 23.— INMATES of HOSPITALS and WORKHOUSES.— Number and Ages of Patients and Paupers.





All Ages. 1


Under
5

Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Islands.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upW.


ISI.ANSS IN THE)
BRITISH SEAS -i


729 {


M. 349
F. 880


IS
18


12
22


IB

24


12
22


13
23


6
11


20
15


16
19


27
21


23
26


28
20


29
19


27
27


30
81


43
32


14
20


8
15


6
12


4
8






1 ISXE OF KAN

2 JERSEY

3 GUERNSEY )
and adjacent Islands i


7B{
337 {
317 {


M. - 39
F. 36;

M. - 162
F. 17B

M. 148
F. 169


3

2

6
6

6
10


3

4i

1

8
18


4.
3

4
1

7
20


2

4

6
10

4
8


i

6
IB

7
7


1

2
10

3

1


16
B

4
10


i

9
13

7
5


3
3

18
16

7
4


2

1

13
16

7
9


3

2

12
8

14
10


2
2

13
11

14
6


2
3

IB
16

10

8


6

4

13

14

11
13


4
1

18
14

23
17


3

1

2
8

9
11


3

2

3
9

2

4


i

3

4

3

7


2
2

2
1







British Seas.]



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



G47



Tabm 24.— prisoners in PRISONS — Number and Ages of Prisoners.





All AOE3.


Under




































100


Islands.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


5

Ycavs.


5-


10-


15-


211-


•2:1-


?M-


3.0-

1


40-


4.0-


50-


.0,5- 60-


05-


70-


7.0- 80-


8.5-


90-


9,5-


and
upw".


ISIiANDS in THE^
BRITISH SEAS -)


a{


M. «
F. 11








8


10
1


1
3


2
3


2
1


3

2


1


1
1




.















1 ISI.E or laAN


1S(


M. 12
F. C









1


3


2


2




1
1


1
1


1
2


1





















2 JERSEY


2l(


M. - 16
F. - 6


.






5


1


2
1


1


1
1


1
1


1






1
1










.








3 GVERN'SEV and ^
adjacent Islands )


12{


jr. 12

F.








2


3


3


1


1






3
























Table 25. — Number of the Blind, of the Deab'-and-Dumb, of Idiots or Imbeciles, of Lunatics, and of the

Inmates of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons.





Population.


Blind.


Deat-

and-

Dumb.


Idiot or Imbecile. | Lunatics.


Inmates of


Islands.


From
Birth.


others.


Total.


Asylums, others.


Total.


In
Asylums.


others.


Total.


Hospitals
and
Work-
houses.


Prisons.


ISIiANDS IN THE BRITISH ^
SEAS - - -i


1«,63S


9


192


201


77


«


136


180


177


30


207


729


51


1 ISIB or MANT

2 JERSEV

3 CVERNSEV and adjacent )

Islands - • ->


64,M2
B6,fi27

33,909


3

2


83


67

85

49


30
30'

17


27

8

9


Ci
il

31


91
49

40


77
71

29


6
15

10


82
86

39


76
337

317


18
21

13



END OP ISLANDS IN THE BRITISH SEAS.



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