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M. - 160
P. - 205




2


2
3


10

4


12
14


17

14


14
15


12
21


16
17


16

14


11

27


13
12


IB
25


11

10


7
11


3

B


8


2








X.— Northern


100 [


M.- 70
P. - 90




1


2

2


6

2


4
5


4
9


6

8


6

11


9

4


7
10


9
13


6
8


3

10


2
6


3


2
2


1











XI.— nionmouthshlre -{
and -W-ales ■)


.355 [


M. - 168
F. - 1S7




3

4


7
8


10
9


12
10


14
11


11

12


2(1
10


11
19


13

14


10
16


11
11


15
18


13
13


13
13


5
9


4


5


i







Patients. — Paupees.J



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



Ixxxi



PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS for the SICK.



Table XXXIV.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Ages of Male and Female Patients in Hospitals for the Sick.



Registration Divisions.



All Aoes.



Both Males and
Sexes. Females.



Under

5
Years.



5-



10-



15-



20-



25-



30-



35- 40-



45-



50-



5.5-


60-


65-


70-


75-


329


285


170


110


H


Wi


200


186


161


li


or.


78


48


46


IS


96


100


127


124


53


«


,<ifi


21


.5


4


10


20


10


8


3


12


l.S


10


«




9


6


1


2


1


9


6


9


1


2


7


6


2




1


«


37


18


9


4


11


11


8


6


2


2SI


■k)


18


]0


3


16


7


19


9


4


14


11


fi


8


5


11


10


9


6


2


3."i


2fi


13


9


2


19


13


3


a


1


,"!,■?


211


20


9


5


U


11


5


4




in


8


2


3


1


3


4


3


1




5


5


5


2




■^


1









80-



85-



90-



95-






100
and
upw.



I.— Iiondon ■ ■ • .
II.— Soutli-eastern -
III..— Soutb-mldland
IV.— ]Bastern
v.— Soutli-western
VI.— VTest-midland
VII.— ITortli-midland
VIII.— TiTortli-iarestern
IX.— Yorksmre
X.— Nortliern



XI.— IWonmoathshlre
and Wales •



19585 [



7410 [



672 {


M.
P.


481^


M.
1'.


1716 [


M.
P.


1730 [


M.


611 [


M.


1752 [


11.
r.


1028 [


M.
F.


430 (


M.
F.



M. - 11425
F. SICO



■3St8
3562



2337
1172



332
*iO



2.37

2U



1149

667



1015
715



340
271



667
361



310
129



F. -



174
63



S81
343



26



756


Rfil


723


813


298


2B7


311


289


120


1B8


98


162


43


40


44


56


19


25


18


27


.34


69


37


44


90


115


82


81


19


33


16


23


79


79


81


93


,33


6-1


23


23


18


19


13


13


3


12


1


2



1,543,
1,400



1,770
1,193



1,384

84



1,147
573



569
315


469

288


184
136


145
120


85
34


50
31


14
17


16
2


21

7


22
17


64
25


44
21


66
31


47
27


23
16


27
13


68

27


42
22


38
17


50
19


18
4


10
5


11

2


8
5



PAUPERS IN WORKHOUSES and SCHOOLS for PAUPER CHILDREN.



Table XXXV.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Ages of Male and Female Indoor Paupers.





All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


2.5-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


6.5-


70-






85-


90-


95-


100


Begistration Divisions.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


75-


80-


and
upw.


EliTGIiAKm AND VTAI^ES


148291 [


M.
F.


- 79968

- 68323


5,441
5,171


10141
8,220


11057
8,198


2,762
3,255


2,096
3,873


1,986
3,637


2,259
3,564


2,178
3,146


2,607
3,086


2,614
2,471


.3,135
2,571


3,267
2,276


6,711
4,191


7,481
4,153


7,688
4,343


4,974
3,024


2,605
2,017


798
844


105
231


34
60


10
11


I.— Iiondon -


26526 [


M.
F.


- 12071

- 13865


578
677


368
280


462
378


418
403


392

578


367
619


443
516


437
609


631
619


629

562


099
750


098
708


1743
1676


1814
1719


1708
1739


908
1183


413
658


131
314


25
82


3

21


4
6


II,— Soath-eastern -


22233 [


M.
F.


- 12770

- 9465


825
729


1835
1497


2303
1709


485
538


300
513


278
444


325
437


303

362


413
406


383

279


455
289


481
271


890
362


904
407


1116

482


777
330


444
277


155
96


30
33


3

4




III.— Soutli-iuidland


13303 [


M.
F.


- 7741

- 5562


613

487


1179
1049


1640
1163


318
327


100

244


133
239


159
230


109

207


178
199


171
136


261
130


287
121


498
184


617
246


739
223


471
188


259
121


70

54


10
13


3
1




ZV.—K astern


11807 [


M.
P.


- 6674

- 6133


533

464


1109
951


1252
1014


284
328


131
261


98
260


104
249


122
201


161

178


157
126


182
117


207
90


385
100


628
168


604
161


488
102


256
136


01

49


11
10


1

7




v.— South-western


11941 [


M.
F.


- 6256

- 6086


625
696


1042
799


905
613


182
266


100
376


117
370


136
369


1.52
314


176
295


161
195


220
179


241
149


4,33
214


532
221


649
260


383
217


212

167


67

68


10
19


6
3




VI.— -West-midland


15704 [


M.
F.


- 8693

- 7011


615
009


1100
890


1144
805


261
383


229

487


204
444


224
423


192
360


273
349


273
295


324
228


317
175


098
334


832
315


878
355


004
267


364
203


98

78


20
19


6
6




VII.— BTorth-midland


6894 [


M.
F.


- 3930

- 2964


312

288


627
418


510
390


105
143


90
202


87
174


84
190


93
149


126
120


107
117


133

87


155
00


317
126


368
126


378
138


310
118


109

73


43

29


12
9


4
1




VIII. -Ifortb- western


20084 [


M.
P.


- 10479

- 9005


671
529


1372
1046


1440
986


407
429


402
006


397

687


410
684


373
609


406
497


357
450


4.17
408


422
407


934
736


934
595


803
668


472
313


241
200


75
83


8
16


2
4




IX.— Yorkshire


9067 [


M.
F.


- 5174

- 3893


360
337


662

500


651
410


151

181


140
266


1.54
250


193
261


183
206


164
194


201
145


233
164


212
129


419
197


509
186


473
196


293
109


137
81


33

34



10


1
1




X.— N-orthern -


5775 {


M.
F.


- 3014

- 2761


232
256


435
366


455
376


80
139


91
149


98
169


121
137


101
137


103
118


100
103


95

102


137
106


222
137


215
121


247
167


150
99


83
70


36
14


8
6


4
1




XI.— Monmouthshire ■)
and -Wales -j


4955 [


M.
F.


- 2506
2389


277
299


606

424


390
296


71
118


61
195


62
175


60
159


.54
136


76
HI


76
64


86
57


80

44


173
05


108
69


194
08


118

48


87
41


30
25


7
3


1
2





32181.



Ixxxii



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Prisonees.



PEISONERS IN PRISONS and GAOLS.*



Table XXX 71.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Ages of Male and Female Prisoners.





Axi Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


2.5-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-




1


65-


70-


7.5-






85-


90-


95-


100


Registration Divisions.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


55- 60-


80-


and
upw'.


ENGXAITD AN-S WAXiES


28,756 1


M.- 23,475
P. - 5,281





14
5


256
70


3.O08
623


5,662
983


4,662
1.039


3,319
852


2,149
531


1,600
480


981
280


881
189


476
94


375

78


186
37


93

17


21
3


2










Z.— IiondoQ
IZ.— Soutli-eastern
III.— Soutb-zuidland
IV,— Eastern
v.— Soutb-western
VI.— 'West-midland
VII.— Hortb-mldland
VIII.— Worth-western
IX.— Vorkshire

X.— Hortbern

XI.— monmoutbshire )
and 'Wales - -)


6251 [
6811 [

641 [

31)57 {
1948 1

990 [
3863 {
2065 [

O07{


M.- 4812
F. - 1439

M. - 5789
F. - 1022

M. - 816
F. - 63

M. - 660
F. - 81

M. - 3458
F. - 199

M. - 16113
F. 346

M. 865
F. 125

M. 2574
F. - 12S9

M. - 1690
F. - 375

M. - 713
F. - 194

M. - 596
F. - 148





4

i

1

i

4

1
1

3

1


71
12

43
9

4
2

2
1

12

8

25
10

IS
5

46
12

22

2

6
6

10
3


875
167

372
72

145
8

104
13

299
SO

261

64

141
14

408
151.

228
46

94
26

8S
30


1216
264

1390
166

200

7

124
19

801
39

364
73

206

18

662
284

398
74

174
29

128
30


831
314

1346
206

131
13

80
12

745
35

247
60

135

17

418
262

328
70

176
36

116

24


641
237

920
179

110
6

70
9

539
24

230
44

113
26

316

233

219

61

83
34

78
20


369
152

609
116

74
6

46
7

338
21

141

28

68
18

244
114

168
38

68
20

60
12


290
122

387
116

61
6

56
8

267
14

116
29

60
12

171
100

131

43

40
18

33
13


164
66

229
66

28
7

26

7

162
12

67
19

49
6

123
60

82
20

27
8

24
10


169

48

183
67

23
4

17
2

122

7

12

37
8

142
31

66
13

26
9

25
3


80
23

110
18

16

2

16

.

84
6

24
9

22
3

69
21

22
9

12
3

21
1


67
36

106
12

10
2

10

3

60

27
3

15
1

51
13

17

7

4
2

8
1


22
6

64
10

4

1

7

27
2

16
3

12

IS
10

10
2

2

2

16

1


12
3

32
3

8
1

2

10

8
2

2
1

6

6

6

1

3
1

4


2
1

7
1

1
1
3

i
1

3
1




1
I













' Exclusive ol Eeformatories.



Blind, fee]



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



Ixxxiii



Table XXXVII. ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of the Blind, of the Blind from Birth, and of the

Dbaf-and-Dumb. — In Classea, Orders, and Sub-Orders.*



Classes, Oedees, and Sub-oedbes.



Blind.



Persons. Males. Females,



Blind from Bieth
(includotl in the foregoing) .



Peesons. Mules. I'eraales.



Deae-and-Dumb.



Peesons. Males. Females.



AI.I. PERSON'S . . . • >

CLASSES.

I. PROrESSIONAI. CI.ASS ...

II. SOKESTIC CIiASS . . - -

III. COKiaERCIAI^ CI.ASS ...

IV. AGRICVIiTITRAIi CIiASS . - -

V. INDVSTRIAI^ CIiASS ....

VI. HffDEFINITE AITS NOMT-PRODUCTIVE CIiASS



21,690 ■



Class I.



Class II.



ClassIII.



Class IV.



Class V.



Class VI.



1.






ORDERS.

Persons ensaged in the General or Local Goveenment of

the Country - - - . -

Persons engaged in the Defence oftlie Country
Pei-sons engaged in the Learned Peopessions oe in Lite-
eatijee, Aet, and Science (with their immediate Sub-
ordinates) - . - - , -

Wives assisting in certain cases in the Husbands'
Business ..-. -

Persons engaged in enteetaining, and performinrj Pee-
sonal Ofeices/o)' Man

Persons who but or sell, esee or lend Money, Houses, or

Goods o/taeious Kinds . . - - -

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



Persons possessing or working tlie Land, and engaged in
growing Gkain, Peuits, Grasses, Animals, and other
Products - - - . _ . -

Persons engaged about Animals



10. Persons engaged in Aet and Mechanic Productions, in

which Matters of various kinds are employed in com-
bination - - - -

11. Persons working and dealing in the Textile Fabrics and m

Deess - - -

12.' Persons workutg and dealing in Food and Drinks
13. Persons working and dealing in Animal Substances
14:. Persons working and dealing in "Ve&etable Substances
15. Persons working and dealing in Minerals



C 16. Laboueees and oibm^— Branch of labour undefined
I 17. Persons of Bank or Property not returned under any Office
■t or Occupation - " ' ' " t, '

18. Scholars and CnilDREN not engaged in any directly Peo-
L DUCTiVE Occupation . - . - -



SUB-ORDERS.

Order

SUB-OEDEE

1. 1. Officers of National Govermnent
3. Officers of Local Government
3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government



Class I.;



2. 1. Army
2. Navy



. 1. Clergymen, Ministers, and Others connected with Religion ■

2. Lawyers and Law Stationers . - -

3. Physicians, Siu-geons, and Druggists . - . ■

4. Authors, Literary Persons, and Students

5. Artists - ......

6. Musicians

7. Actors ... - - - ■

8. Teachers ... - -

9. Scientific Persons . . - -



Class II.



4. 2. Wives assisting generally in their Husbands' Business



I 5. 1. Engaged in Board and Lodging
L 2. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.)



1,078
COS
571
1,160
,3,839
l.t,339



ll,;i7S



63

173



132
471

339

23-2



1,105
55



1,084
410
191
786
670

10,684

935

2,720



917

143

533

1,078

3,158

5,55(1



28
31



30

71

7

552

3

104

3



132



142



161

l-OO
39
S3
681
8,789



61

172



143

301
231



1,023
55



378
150
724
659

3,845

270

1,435



26
31

4



106
66



47
20
29



1,908



168

12
.32

27

214

l,.jl5



132
328



482
32
41
62
11

6,839

665

1,2S6



132



47
281



166

1
11

19
13



63
8
16
89
16

599

30

886



130
6



124
3
30
31
173
715



17
13



21

36
8
10
81
16

258

9

418



5

1

4

111
1



903



43
800



341
21
438



11,518



120

:i7(;

118

728

2,995

7,181



29
.347

50



702

36



64

30

99

339

2,786

135

4,260



20

19

5



10
337



6,262



108

660

1,960

3,398



22

328

10

78

1,035

3,783



970
67
27
86

307

1,111

67

2,230



2
2
11
61
1

7

2



7
41



29
299


4



938
7
3
14
32

1,676

78

2,030



* The Occupations of the Blind (as principals or assistants) are in some instances those actually followed by them at the period of the Census, but in the majority of cases
their former pursuits were stated ; the returns do not, however, admit of the employments in which they were engaged bsfore loss of sight being distinguished from those
carried on in a state of blindness.

1 2



Ixxxiv



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Occupations



Table XXXVII.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of the Blind, of the Blind from Birth, and of the

Deaf-and-Dumb, — In Orders, Classes, and Sub-orders — continued.







Blind.


Blind fi'om Bieth
(included in the foregoing).


Deai'-and-Dusib.




Peesons.


Males.


Females.


Peesons.


Males.


Females.


Peesons.


Males.


Females.


Order

Scb-Oedek

f 6. 1. Mercantile Pei-sons - -
2. Other General Dealers


73
266


65
236


8
30


19


17


2


25
25


i

20


1
5


Ulasalll. -j


7. 1. Carriers on Railways

2. „ on Roads ...

3. „ on Canals and Rivers

4. „ on Seas and Rivers - - -

5. Engaged in Storase

I. 6. Messengers and Porters


10
63
20
103
5
32


10
63
20
102
5
33


1


1
5

1
1

6


1
B

1

1
5


-


1

17
s

22
10
13


1

16
4

22
8

18


1
1

2


Class IV.


' 8. 1. Agriculturists

2. Arboriculturists

3. Horticulturists . - -


1,039

5

61


957
5
61


82


26

1


19

1


6


666

9

37


678
9
37


78




. 9. 1. Persons engaged abmti Antmais


63


55


-


1


1


- .


26


26


-




' lO. 1. Workers and Dealers in Books

2. „ „ Musical Instruments

3. „ „ Prints and Pictures

4. „ „ Carving and PlRures

5. „ „ Tackle for Sports and Games

6. „ „ Desiprns, Medals, and Dies

7. „ „ Watciies and Philosophical In-

struments

8. „ „ Surgical Instruments

9. ,, „ Arms

10. „ „ Machines and Tools

11. „ „ Carriages
13. „ „ Harness

13. „ ,. Ships

14. „ „ Houses and Buildings
1.5. „ „ Furniture

16. „ „ Chemicals


69
16
1
4
8
3

15

1

5

73

28

IS

24

852

66

15


66
16
1
1

7

2

15
1

5
72
28
18
24
318
67
14


8

3
1

1

34
9
1


B
5

1

6

B


6
5

6
5


1


97

1

19

16

2
10

9

3
52
26
21
10
219
61
10


76

1

19

14

1

8

9

49

19
10
216
66
8


21

2
1
3

3

2

3
6

2




11. 1. 'Workers and Dealers in "Wool and Worsted

2. „ „ Silk . - . .

3. „ „ Cotton and Plax

4. „ „ Mixed Materials

B. „ „ Dress ....
6. „ „ Hemp and other Fibrous Materials


64
25
113
156
547
179


53
19
69
39

262
170


11
6

44

117

295

9


1

a

14
16
30


1
1

4
■ 30


1
14
12


82
40
190
40
1,541
15


41
16
76
20
809
9


41

116
20

732 .
G


Class V.


12. 1. Workers and Dealers in Animal Food

2. „ „ Vegetable Food

3. „ „ Drinks and StimiUants


85
133
192


77
126
175


8

7

17


4
2
2


4
2
2


-


23
20
19


23
18
16


2
3


1


13. 1. Workers and Dealers in Grease. Gut, Bones, Horn, Ivory,
and Whalebone
2. „ „ Skins, Featliers, and Quills
». „ „ Hair


9

30
152


9

30

111


41


1

15


1
9


6


6
14
10


G

14

7


3




14. 1. Workers and Dealers in Gnras and Resins
2 , „ Wnnd

3. „ ,. Bark

4. „ „ Cane, Rush, and Straw
B. „ „ Paper


7
89

2
664
24


7

88

2

607

20


1

67

■I


2

86

1


3

78
1


8


11

BO

1

20
17


n

50

19
5


1
1

13




15. 1. Miners ... . .

2. Workers and Dealers in Coal

3. „ „ Stone, Clay

4. „ „ Earthenware

5. „ „ Glass

6. „ „ Salt

7. „ „ Water ....

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

9. „ „ Copper

10. „ „ Tin and Quicksilver

11. „ ,. Zinc

12. „ „ Lead and Antimony

13. „ „ Brass and other Mixed Metals

14. „ „ Iron and Steel


294
60
93
10

8

1

9

1

11

1

14
103

446
10,238


293

67

92

8

8

1
9
1

i"

13
167


1

3

1
2

1

1
1
1


3

i

1
1

1

4


3
6
1

1
1

1

4


-


C.2
17
47
17
23

13

2
7

1
18
133


.57
16
41.
11
19

10
2

7

1
18
122


6
1
3
6

i

3
10




' 16. 1. General Lahoiners

2. other Persons of indefinite Occupations


411
3,404


5
6,834


13

680


13

21.-,


341


317
2,469


314

797


3
1,672


Class VI.


17. 1. Persons of Ratck or Peopeett not returned under ami
Office or Occupation .....


n:-;5


1

; 270


663


30


9


21


135
4,260


67


7S




18. 1. Scholars and Children not engaged in any directly
Productive Occupation ....


2,720


1,433


1,283


886


448


438


2,2,30


2,030



OF THE Blind, &c.J



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



Ixxxv



THE BLIND.
Table XXXVIIL— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of the Blind.*

Males.



2.



6.



Occupations.



Untlor

20
Years.



20
Yeiii>

!Uld



5.



Total of Males

I.— Peoeessional Class.

1. Civil Service

Govmnt. Messengers, "Workmen, &c.
Others connected with Goiienment

3. Magistrate (so returned)
Olflcer of Law Court

Police

Prison Ofticer ....
Municipal, Parish, Union Officer
Other Local Government Officers

3. East India and Colonial Service

1. Ai-my Officer (effective) .

Army Uetii-ed and Half Pay Officer

Soldier

Militia ...
Army Pensioner
Others ....

2. Navy Officer (effective) .
Navy Retired and Half Pay Officer

Seaman, E-.N

CoastKuard, Eoyal Naval Eosltvo
Navy Pensioner



3. 1.



Clergyman
Protestant Minister
Eoman Catholic Priest .
Missionary, Scriptiire Reader
Church, Chapel OtBcer .

Barrister.

Solicitor, Attoraey .
Law Clerk



Physician, Surgeon.
Medical-Assistant, Student
Chemist, Druggist .
Others ....



Author, Editor, Journalist
Students and Others

Painter, Artist

Sculptor ....

Engraver.

Musician, Music Master

Others ....

Exhibitions, Shows— Service

Schoolmaster .

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer

Others .

Civil Engineer



II.— Domestic Class.

1. Innkeeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican

Beerseller

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



1,C6(!



Domestic Servant (General)

Coachman

Groom .

Inn, Hotel, Servant
Others ....



III.— Commercial Class.



1. Merchant ....

Banker

Bank SeiTice ....
Insurance, Benefit Society, Service
Broker, Agent, Factor .
Auctioneer, Valuer, House Agent
Accountant ....
Commercial Clerk .
Commercial Traveller .
Other Mercantile Men .

2. Pawnbroker ....
Shopkeeper (branch undefined)

General Dealer .
Huckster, Costermonger
Hawker, Pedlar

Railway Engine Driver, Stoker
Eailwy.Offlcer, Clerk, Station-master
Hallway Attendant, Servant .

ToU Collector, Turnpike-gate Keeper
Coach, Omnibus, Cab-owner, and

Livery Stable Keeper .
Coachman (not domestic) Cabman,

Flyman

Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman.



9,712



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years
and
upw".



5.9

10

168



47



.■). Inland Navigiiiion Sorvjco
Bargeman, "\V'aturinau

4. Shipowner

Ship Steward, Cook

Senuian (Merchant Service) .

Pilot

Boatman on Seas .

Harbour, Dock Service, Labourer

"VVharlingor ....

5. "Warehouseman
Meter, "WoigJier

(i. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy
Cotton Porter ....
Others engaged in Messages .

IV.— Aqeicultueal Class.

8. 1. Land Proprietor (so returned)

Farmer, Grazier

Farmer's Son, Brother, Grandson,

Nephew ....
Farm Bailiff ....
Agx'icultural Labom-er .
Shepherd (outdoor)
Farm Servant (indoor) .
Land Surveyor, Estate Agent
Others engaged in Agriculture

2. "Woodman ....

3. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Florist
(T:u*dener ....
Others engaged in Horticullure

9. 1. Horse Breaker

Horse keeper, Groom, Jockey

Farrier, "Veterinary Siu'geoa

Cattle, Sheep, Pig Salesman

Gamekeeper .

Vermin Destroyer .

Fislierman

Others engaged about Animals

v.— Intusteial Class.

10. 1. Bookseller, Publisher

Bookbinder

Printer .....
Newspaper Agnt., News-room Keepr.
Others engaged in Publications

2. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer
Others

3. Engaged in Litlwgraphij

4. "Wood-caiTcr .

6. Toy Maker, Dealer .
Others .



. Pattern Designer
Type-founder .

. "Watch Maker, Clock Maker .
Others

, Sui'gical Instrument Maker .

. Gunsmith, Gun Manufacturer
Others



10.



Engine and Machine Maker

Agricltrl. Implement Machine Mkr.

Millwright

Tool Maker, Dealer

File Maker, Dealer .

Cutler ....

Pin Manufacturer .

Others engaged in ToolMalcing, <&c,

Coachmaker ....
"Wheelwright ....
Others engaged about Carriages

Saddler, Harness, "Whip Maker

Ship-builder, Shpwgt., Boat-builder

Sailmaker

Others ....



, House Proprietor .
Architect
Surveyor.

Builder ....
Carpenter, Joiner .
Bricklayer
Marble Mason
Mason, Pavior.
Slater; Tiler .
Plasterer.
Paperhanger .
Plumber, Painter, Glazier
Others ....



Chair-bottom Maker
Undertaker .
Carver, Gilder
Furniture Broker, Dealer



53
331



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years
and
upw".



lO. — coiiL

10. Manufacturing Cliomist, Labourer
Dye, Colour Manufacture
Dyer, Scourer, Calenderor
Others ....

3.J.. 1. Woolstaplor .

Felt Manufacture .
"Woollen Cloth Manufacture
"Worsted Manufacture .
Cloth Mercliant, Dealer .
Flannel Manufacture .
Carpet, Rug Manufacture
Others ....

2. Silk, Satin Manufacture.
Silk Dyer, Printer .
Ribbon I\Ianufacture

3. Flax, Linen Manufacture
Lace Manufacture .
Cotton Manufacture
Cotton. Calico "Warehouseman, Dlr,
Fustian Manufacture
Calico, Cotton Printer .
Calico, Cotton Dyer
Others ....

4. "Weaver (not otherwise described) .
Bleacher (not otherwise described)
Draper, Lmen Draper, Mercer
Fancy Goods Manufacturer, Dealer
Otlwrs

5. Hairdresser, "Wig-maker
Hatter, Hat Manufacture
Straw Plait Manufacture
Furrier, Skinner .

Tailor

Stay Maker, Ladies Outfitter .

Hosiery Manufacture .

Hosier, Haberdasher

Glover (leatlier)

Glove Maker (all except leather)

Shoemaker, Bootmaker .

Patten, Clog Maker

Umbrella, Parasol, Stick Maker

Laundry Keeper

Others providing Dress .

6. Mat Maker, Seller .
Hemp Manufacture
Rope, Cord Maker .

Sacking, Sack, Bag Maker, Dealer
Others

12. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .
Cheesemonger
Butcher, Meat Salesman
Provision Curer, Dealer .
Poulterer, Game-dealer .
Fishmonger ....

2. Com, Flour, Seed Merchant, Dealer

Miller

Baker . . . . [
Confectioner, Pastry Cook .
Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable Dlr
Otliers



49
1
3
3
4
9
2
1

6

21

1

18



11
3
1

12
118

B2
1



3. Maltster

Brewer

"Wine and Spirit Merchant .
Ginger Beer, Soda"Water, &c., Manuf .
Sugar Refiner . . . -
Grocer, Tea Dealer.
Tobacco, Cigar, SnufFMnf ., Tobanst,
Others



13. 1. Soap Boiler .



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