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Tallow Chandler
Comb-maker .
Others .



2. Fellmonger ....

Tanner

Currier

Leather Case, Portmnteu., Bag-mkr
Others ....

3. Brush, Broom Maker

lft> 1. Oil and Colourman.
Freuch-pohsher
Japanner . , , ,

2. Timber, "Wood Merchant, Dealer

Sawyer

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



3. Cork Cutter, Manufacture
Other "Workers in Bark .



18



* Although in some instances the Occupations of the Blind (as principals or assistants) are those actually followed by the Blind at the period of the Census, their former
pursuits are, in the majority of cases, referred to. The returns do not admit of the employments in which persons were engaged before loss of sight being distinguished from
those carried on in a state of blindness. In this and subsequent Tables of the Blind, the Occupations are arranged accordmg to the principle of classification adopted m the
General Tables of the Occupations of the People, and shown in the preceding Table. The ligm'es prefixed to the " Occupations " indicate the several Orders and Sub-orders
in which they have been classed.



Ixxxvi



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Occupations



THE BLIND— continued.



Table XXXVIII.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of the BLmn— continued.



Males — continued.



Occupations.



Under

20
Yeai'S.



14. — cont.

4. Basketmaker .

Hay and Straw Maker

Thatcher

Others .

5, Rag Gatherer, Dealer
Paper Manufacture
Stationer (not Law)
Paper Stainer

Other Workers in Paper



15. 1. Coal Miner ....
Copper Miner
Tin Miner

Lead Miner ....
Iron Miner ....
Miner (branch undefined)
Coal Mine Service .
Mine Semce (Metal not stated)
Others



2. Coal, Merchant, Dealer
Coal-heaver Labourer
Coke Burner, Dealer
Chimney Sweeper .
Gas "Works Service
Other Workers in Coal



20

Years

and

upw^.



119

11

16

9

11

106
13



Occupations,



Under

20
Years.



20

Years

and

upW



15. — cont.

3. Stone Qiiarrier

Stone, Merchant, Cutter, Dresser

Slate Quan-ier

Limestone Quarrier, Lime-Burner

Clay Labourer

Brick Maker, Dealer

Eailway Labourer, Platelayer,Nawy

Road Contractr., Inspectr., Surveyr.

Road Labourer

Scavenger, Dust Collector

Others . , . . .

4. Earthenware Manufacture
Earthenware and Glass Dealer

5. Glass Manufacture
Others Workers in Glass

7. Engaged in Waterworks Service

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller
Plater, Plated AVare Manufacture
Otliers .

9. Copper Manufacture

10. T)nplate Worker, Tinman
Tinker ....

13. Brass Manufacture, Bi-azier
Locksmith, Bellhanger .



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years

and
upw".



15. — cont.

13. Gas Fitter
Wire Worker, Drawer

14. Iron Manufactui'e .
Whitesmith .
Blacksmith .
NaU Manufacture .
Ironmonger, Hardware Dealer
Steel Manufacture

rs



VI. iNDESUSriTE AlfD NOK-PEODUOTIVE

CiAsa.

16. 1. (Seneral Labourer, Labourer .

2. Ai-tizan, Mechanic ....
Engine Driver, Stoker .
Pactory Labourer .
Shopman, Assistant

■Apprentice

Vagi'ant

Others of undeji'Twd Occupation .

17. 1. Independent, Annuitant.

18. 1. Scholars (so described) .

Children of no stated Occupation .



231
1204



10
8
3



Females.



3.



4.



6.



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years

and
upw^



Total of Females



1.— PEOPEssioifAl, Class.



1. 1. Civil Service .
Others .



1. Missionary, Scripture Reader
Others

3. Midwife



4. Author, Editor, Writer
Students and Others

6. Music Mistress
Others .



7. Exhibitions, Shows— Service .

8. School Mistress . . . .
Teacher, Governess

II.— Domestic Class.
2. Wife of Innkpr., Publican, BeersUr,
Wife of Lodging, Boardng.-ho. Kpr
Wife of Parmer, Grazier
Wife of Shoemaker
Wife of Butcher .

1. Innkeeper, Hotel-keeper, Publican
Beerseller ....
Lodging, Boarding-House Keeper
Coffee, Bating-House Keeper
Institution Service .

2. Domestic Servant (General) .

Housekeeper

Cook ....

Housemaid .

Nm'se ....
Nurse (not Domestic SeiTant)
Charwoman ....
Otliers



III.-COMHEKCIAL CLASS.

1. Capitalist, Shareholder .

2. Shopkeeper ( branch undefined)

General Dealer ...
Huckster, Costermonger
Hawker, Pedlar ...



7, 4. Ship Owner ....
IV.— Agbicultueal Class.

8> 1. Land Proprietor (so retiu-ned)
Parmer, Grazier



1,353 8,869



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20

Years

and

upw«



8. — cont.

1. Farmer's Daughter,Grand-daughter,

Sister, Niece ....
Agricultural Labourer .
Farm Servant (indoor)

v.— iNDtrsTEiAi Class.

10. 1. Bookbinder

Newspaper Agent ; Newsroom Kpi

4. Artificial Flower Maker .
Others

6. DeaUng in Pishing Tachle .

6. Engaged in Pattern Designing

10. Spinning, Weaving Machine Maker

14. House Proprietor .
Carpenter, Joiner

15. Chair-bottom Maker

16. Dyer, Scom'er, Calenderer

11. 1. Woollen Cloth Manufactm'e

Worsted Maimfacture .
Flannel Manufacture

2. Silk, Satin, Manufacture

3. Flax, Linen Manufactm-e
Lace Manufacture
Cotton Manufacture
Fustian Manufacture

4. Weaver (not otherwise described)
Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer
Fancy Goods Manufacture, Knitter
Embroiderer .
Othe-rs ....

5. Straw Plait Manufactiu-e
Furrier, Skinner .
Tailor ....
Milliner, Dressmaker
Shirt Maker, Seamsti-ess
Stay Maker, Ladies' Outfitter
Hosiery Manufacture .
Hosier, Haberdasher
Glover (leather)
Shoemaker, Bootmaker .
Button Maker
Lanndi-ess
Others .

G. Mat-maker, Seller .
RoiJc, Cord Malcer .
Net Maker ....
Canvas, Sailcloth Manut., Dealer

12. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .

Butcher



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years

and
upw.



12. — cont.

1. Provision Curer, Dealer .
Poulterer, Game Dealer
Fishmonger ....

2.Baker

Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable Dlr.
Others ...

3. Brewer

Wine and Spirit Merchant .

Grocer, Tea Dealer

Tobacco, Cigai", Snuff Mnf., Tobnist.

13. 3. Brush, Broom Maker .



14. 2. Box, Packing-case Maker
4. Basket Maker

Otliers ....

6. Rag Gatherer, Dealer .
Paper Manufacture
Stationer (not Law)

15. 1. Connected with Mines .
3. Coal Merchant, Dealer .

3. Brick Maker, Dealer

4. Earthenware Manufacturer .
Earthenware and Glass Dealer

10. Tin Plate Worker .

12. Lead Manufacture .

13. Wire Worker, Weaver, Drawer

14. Blacksmith . . , ,



VI,— INDEBIKITE AUD NoU-PkODUCTIVB

Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer .

2. Factory Labourer ....
Shopwoman, Assistant .
MachineWorker.Machinist (br.und.)

Vagrant

Otliers of undefined Occupation '.

17. 1. Independent, Annuitant.

18. 1. Scholars (so described) .

Children of no stated Occupation .'



27 4
1011



1

13
1



5

3
3
3

8
6817



ov THE Blind.]



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



Ixxxvii



THE BLmD— continued.



Table XXXIX.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Persons returned as "Blind from Birth."*



Males.



Occupations.


Under

20
Tears.


20
Tears

and
upw".


Occupations.


Under

20
Tears.


20

Tears

and

upw".


Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Tears

and

upw".


Total of Males


491


67-1


v.— Agkioultukal Class.

8. 1. Land Proprietor (so returned)

Farmer, Gmzier ....
Fai-mer's'Son,Brothr.,Grndsn.,Nphw
Agricultm'al Labourer .

3. Gardener

9. 1 Engaged about Animals

VI.— Ikdustkial Class.

10. 1. Newspaper Agent, News-room ICpr.

2. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer
Otlwrs ....

M. House Proprietor .
Carpenter, Joiner .
Phunbei', Painter, Glazier

15. Chair-bottom Maimer

11. 2. Silk, Satin Manufacture

3. Calico, Cotton Dyer

5. Tailor

Shoemaker, Bootmaker .
Patten, Clog Maker

G. Mat Maker, Seller .
Hemp Manufacture
Rope, Cord Maker ....
Sacking, Sack, Bag Maker, Dealer .
Otliers ... . .

12. 1. Oowkeeper, Milkseller .

Poidterer, Game-dealer .
Fishmonger . ' . . .


'i


2
3

4
4.

1


12.— co»<.

2. Baker

Greengrocer, Fruit, Vegetable Dealer

3. Maltster

Grocer, Teal )i'alrr .

13. 2, LeatherCase,Purtmantcuu,ljag-mkr.

3. Brush, Broom Maker

14. 2. "Working in Timber

4. Basketmaker .

C. Eag Gatherer, Dealer

15. 1. Coal Mine Service .

2. Coal Merchant, Dealer
Coal-heaver, Labom-er .

3. Brick Maker, Dealer

4. Earthenware Manufacture .

5. Glass Manufacture .

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller .

14. Iron Manufacture .
Blacksmith ...
Others

vi.— indeeifite-and non-pkoductive
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer .

2. Othei^s of undefined Occupation .

17. 1. Gentleman, Independent, Annuitant

18. 1. Scholars (so described) . . .

Children of no stated Occupation .




1

1


I.— Peoeessional Class.







1
1


1. 3. Municipal, Parish, Union GITLCor .


3


1




6


3
1

4,
105

1








1




3 . 1. Protestant Minister

Missionary, Scripture Evader.

3. Clieinist, Drugsist.

4. Students and Otlters

6. Musician, Music Master


13


a


i

1


B

2
3

2
2
1
4


«5
1


8. Teaclier


i

1
i


k


11.— Domestic Class.

5. 1. Innlieeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican
2. Domestic Servant (General) .




1
2


2
2

1

1




3

i

2


1
1

1

2
1

IB
2
1
3
3




111.— CoMMEKCiAi Class.

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




2
2
13


1

1
1

1


2


21


7. 1. Railway Attendant, Servant .


1
1


1
5

1

3
1


245


2. Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman.







3. Bargeman, Waterman .

B. Wareliouseman ....

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy
Others




1

2
1


9


98
350






Females.



Occupations.


Under

20
Tears.


20

Tears

and

upw".


Occupations.


Under

20
Tears.


20

Tears

and

upw".


Occupations.


Under

20
Tears.


20
Tears

and
upw".


Total of Females -


452


451


Ill,— Commercial Class.

6. 2. Shopkeep^ (branch undefined).
General Dealer
Hawker

IV.— AaEICULTTJEAL CLASS.

8. 1. Farmer'sDaughter,Grand-Daughter,
Sister, Niece ....

v.— lUDUBTEIAL CLASS.

10. 10. Spinning, Weaving Machine Maker

11, 3. Cotton Manufacturer .

4. Fancy Goods Manufacture, Knitter

5. Straw Plait Manufacture




1
1


XX.—cont.

5. Milliner, Dressmaker .
Shirt Maker, Seamsti-ess
Hosiery Manufacture . . .

Laundress

Others

13, 3. Brush, Broom Maker .

14, 4. Basket Maker

Others

vi,— inpepihite and noit-peoductive
Class.

16. 3. Vagrant

Others of undefined Occupation .

17. 1. Gentlewoman, Independ., Annuitant

18. 1. Scholars (so described) .

Children of no stated Occupation .


1


1
1
1


I.— Peoeessional Class.


1


20
18

1

4


1
3


1




3. 4. Students and Others

6. Music Mistress ....


4


2


5


8. School Mistress ....
Teacher, Governess.


1
1


3
3






1




II.— Domestic Class.
4. 2 Wife of Shoemaker .




1





1

340










1

2


13

4






2


3

2

1


21


S. 2. Domestic Servant (General) .

Housekeeper ....
Nurse (not Domestic Servant)
Charwoman


94
3*1






* Included in the foregoing Table of Occupations of Males and Females returned as " BUnd."



Ixxxviii



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMAEY TABLES.



[Occupations



THE DEAF AND DUMB.



Table XL.— ENGLAND AND WALES.— Occupations of Persons returned as Deaf-and-Dumb or Dumb.*

Males.



1.



Occupations.



Under

20
Years,



20

Years

and



Total of Males

I.— Professional Class.

1. Civil Service

GoveiTit. Messengers, "Workmen, &c.

2. Other Local Govei'nment Officers.



2. 1. Formerly in the Army .

3. 1. Missionary, Scripture Reader

Church, Chapel Officer .

2. Law Clerk

3. Medical-Assistant, Student
Dentist .

4 Author ....
Students and Others

ij. Painter Ai-tist .
Sculptor .
Engraver
Photographer .

'ft 6. Engaged in Music .

8. Schoolmaster .
Teacher, Professor, Lecturer

9. Civil Engineer

II.— Domestic Class.

5i 1. Innkeeper, Hotel Keeper

Beerseller

Lodgin g-ho,Boarding-houseKeepcr
Coffee-house, Eating-house Keeper
Institution Service.

2. Domestic Servant (General) .
Coachman
Groom ....

Gardener

Inn, Hotel Servant .
Cook (not Domestic Servant)

III.— Commercial Class.

6. 1, Insm'ance, Benefit Society, Service

Commercial OlerK .

Commercial Traveller .

Others . ....

2. Shopkeeper (branch undefined).
General Dealei .
Hawker, Pedlar ....

7. 1. Railway Officer, Clerk, Station-master

2. Coachman (not domestic). Cabman,

Elyman . . , . .
Carman, Carrier, Carter Drayman

3. Bargeman, "Waterman ,

4. Seaman (Merchnnt Service) ,
Harbour, Dock Service, Labourer .

5. Warehouseman ....
Meter, "Weigher

G. Messenger, Portei', Errand Boy

v.— Aghicultural Class.

8. 1. Land Proprietor (so returned)

Panner, Grazier ....
Fanner's Son.Erthr„Grndsn.,Nphw.
Agricultural Labourer .
Shepherd (outdoor)
Farm Servant (indoor)
Land Drainage Service .
Agric. Machine,Proprietr.,Atlendant
Others engaged in Agrimdture

2. "Woodman ....

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



2,731



9. 1. Horse-keeper, Groom, Jockey

Fan'ier, Veterinary Surireon .
Vermin Destroyer .
Fisherman

V,— Industrial Class.

10. 1. Bookseller, Publisher

Bookbinder ....

Printer

Newspaper Agent, News-room Kpr.

2. Musical Insti-ument ]\Iaker, Dealer

3. Lithographer, Lithographic IVinter



3,531



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Tears
and
upw«.



10.



-covt.

4. "Wood-carver
Others .






5. Engaged in Toy Malcing

G. Pattern Designer .
Othe)-s ....



14

26

59

3S0

5

8

1

1



7. "Watch Maker, Clock Maker .
Philosoph. Instrmnt. Mkr.; Optician

9. Engaged in Gun Manufacture

10. Engine and Machine Maker .
Spinning, "Weaving Machine Blaker
Mill^Tight

Tool Maker, Dealer
File Maker, Dealer

Cutler

Needle Manufacturer

Others engaged in Tool Malcing, cOc.

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

12. Saddler, Harness, "VAHiip Maker .

13. Ship-bnildr., Shipwright, Boat-bldr.
Sailmakcr ....
Others ....

14. Arcliitect

Builder ....

Cnr]ienter, Joiner .

Lricklaycr

j\Iarl(](3 ]M;isnn

^[nsoii, Pnvior

Slater, Tiler .

Plasterer

Paperhanger .

Plumber, Painter, Glazier

Others



To. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer
Undertaker .
Carver, Gilder

16. Dye, Colour Manufacture
Dyer, Scourer, Calenderer
Others ....



11. 1.



12.



"Woolstapler .
Felt Manufacture .
"Woollen Cloth Manufacture
Fuller ....
"Worsted Manufacture .
Blanket Manufacture .
Carpet, Rug Manufacture

2. Silk, Satin Manufacture
Silk Dyer, Printer .
Eiibbon Manufacture

3. Flax, Linen Manufacture
Lace Manufacture .
Cotton Manufnctiire
Cotton, Calico "Warehouseman, Dlr.
Fustian Manufacture

Calico, Cotton Dyer

Others . ...

4'. "Weaver (not otherwise described) .
Bleacher (not otherwise described)

5. Hairdresser, "Wig-maker
Hatter, Hat Manufacture
Straw Plait Manufactui'e
Tailor ....
Hosiery Manufacture
Glover (leather)
Shoemaker, Bootmaker .
Patten, Clog Maker
Others providing Dress .

e. Mat Maker, Seller .
Hemp Manufacture
Rope, Cord Maker ....
Sacking, Sack, Bag Maker, Dealer .

1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .
Butcher, Meat Salesman
Provision Curcr, Do;iler .
Fishmonger .

2. Cora, Flour, Seed Merchant, Dealer

Miller

Baker

Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Greengrocer, Fruit, A'egetablc Dlr.

3. Hnltster

Cellarman

Ginger Beer, Soda "Water, &c. Manuf.
Sugar Refiner

Grocer, Tea Dealer
Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff Manufacture,
Tobacconist



3



17



9

4
1

209



4H
6
6



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



13, 1. Tallow Chandler
Others ,



, Tanner ... . .

Currier

Leather Case,Portmantcau,Bag-mkr
Others



3. Hair, Bristle Manufacture
Brush, Broom Maker



1. Oil-miller, Refiner .
French Polisher
Japnnner . . . .

2. Sa^vycr

Lath, Fence, Hurdle Maker .
"Wood Tiu-ner, "Worker .
Box and Packing Case Maker
Cooper, Hoop-maker, Bender
Others



15.



4. Basketmaker .

Hay and Straw Dealer
Thatcher

5. Paper Ma.nufa,cture
Stationer (not Law)
Paper Slainer .



1. Coal Miner ....
Copper Miner
Tin Miner

Lead Miner ....
Iron Miner ....
Miner (branch undefined)
Coal Mine Service .
Mine Service (Metal not stated)



2. Coal, Merchant, Dealer .
Coal-heaver, Laboiu'er .
Coke Burner, Dealer
Gas "Works Service .

3. Stone Quarriev

Stone, Merchant, Cutter, Dresser

Slate QuaiTier

Limestone Qnarrierj Lime-Burner

Clay Labourer

Brick Maker, Dealer

Railway Labourer, Platelayer, Navvy

Road Labourer

4. Earthenware Manufacture
Earthenware and Glass Dealer

5. Glass Manufacture
Other "Workers in Glass

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller
Plater, Plated "Wai'e Manufacture
Others



9. Coppersmith .
Others .

10. Tin Manufacture .

Tinplate "Worker, Tinman
Tinker ....



12. Lead Manufacture .

13. Brass Manufacture, Brazier
Locksmith, Bellhanger .
Gas Fitter ....
Wire "Worker, Dra^ver .
Others ....

14. Iron Manufacture .
"Whitesmith . . . ,
Blacksmith

Nail Manufacture .
Anchorsmith, Chainsmilh
Ironmonger, Hardware Dealer
Others .....





1




3






2




2




1
















i


5


3


3



VI. —Indefinite and Non-productiye

Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer

2. Artizan, Mechanic .
Engine Driver, Stoker
Fa(^tory Labourer .

Apprentice

"S'Nirnmt, Gii)sy

Others of undefined Occupation

ri. 1. Gentleman, Independent, Annuitant

IQ. 1. Scholars (so described) .

Children of no stated Occupation !



/xJ'^iJ^'^i^^^^^i ^^^ Occupations of the Deaf-and-Dumb or Dumb are arranged according to the principle of classification adopted in the Gourral Tables of the Occunations
of the People, and shown m Siunmaiy Tables No. XVII-XIX. The figures prefixed to the " Occupations " indicate the several Orders and Sub-orders in which they have



been classed,



OF THE DeAF-AND-DuMB, &C.J



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



Ixxxix



THE DEAF-AND-DUMB— cottiS'wmed.



Table XL. — ENGLAND AND WALES. — Occupations of the Deaf-and-Dumb or Dumb — continued.



Females.



Occupations.



■Under

20
Years.



20
Years

and
upw».



Total of Females

I.— Professional Class.
Is 1. Civil Service .

3. 4. Students and OiftCT's

8. School Mistress
Teacher, Governess



II.— Domestic Class.

2. Wife of Innkpr., Pub., — Beerseller.
"Wife of Parmer, Grazier
"Wife of Shoemaker
Wife of Butcher . . . .



1. Inn Keeper, Hotel-keeper, Publican
Institution Service

2. Domestic Servant (General)

Housekeeper

Cook .

Housemaid .

Nurse .

Laundrymaid
Nurse (not Domestic Servant)
Charwoman ....



III.— COMMEECIAL CLASS.

1. Capitalist, Shareholder .

2. Shopkeeper (branch undefined),

Genei-al Dealer . . . .
Hawker, Pedlar . . . .



7. 2. Toll Collector, Turnpike-gate Kpr..
3. Boat, Barge— Woman .
B. Warehousewoman . . . .



IV.— Ageioultural Class.

1. Land Proprietor (so returned)
Parmer, Grazier ...
Parmer's Daughter, Grd.-Daughtr

Sister, Niece
Agricultural Labourer .
Earm Servant (indoor) .



137
42
3
IB
3
4
1
B5



Occupations.



Under



Years.



v.— Industeial Class.
10. 1. Bookbinder ....
i. Artificial Plower Maker .
B. Toy Maker, Dealer.
6. Pattern Designer .
10. Needle Manufacture

13. Saddler, Harness, Whip Maker

14. House Proprietor .
Builder



IB. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer .

16. Dyer, Scourer, Calenderer
Mat



ilatch, Puzee Maker, Seller



11. 1



Woollen Cloth Manufacture .
Worsted Manufacture .
Plannel Manufacture
Carpet, Rug Manufacture

2. Silk, Satin, Manufacture

3. Plax, Linen Manufacture
Lace Manufacture .
Tape Manufacture, Dealer
Cotton Manufacture
Pustian Manufacture
Othei'S . . . .

4. Weaver (not otherwise described)
Pancy Goods Manuf., Dealer .
Trimming Maker .

5. Hatter, Hat Manufacture
Straw Plait Manufacture

Tailoress

Milliner, Dressmaker

Shirt Maker, Seamstress

Stajr Maker, Ladies' Outfitter

Hosiery Manufacture

Glover (Leather) .

Glove Maker (all except Leather)

Shoemaker, Bootmaker .

Button Maker

Umbrella, Parasol, Stick Maker

Laundress ....



Mat Maker, Seller .

Sacking, Sack, Bag Maker, Dealer

Others



12. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .
2. Confectioner, Pastry Cook



20

Years

and

UliW".



10

14

1

1

100



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20
Years

and
upw".



IZ.—cont.

3. Grocer. Tea Dealer

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



13. 3. Brush, Broom Maker



14. 3. Working in Hark .

4. Basket Maker.

B. Bag Gatherer, Dealer
Paper Manufacture
Envelope Maker
Paper Bo.\, Paper Bag Maker



IS. 1. Connected with J!fi»es

2. Coal Labourer

3. Brick Maker, Dealer
Others .



4. Earthenware Manufacturer

B. Glass Manufacture.

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller

14. Iron Manufacture .
Nail Manufacture .



VI,— Ikdeeinite and Non-Pboductive
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer .

2. Pactory Labourer ....
Shopwoman, Assistant .
Machine Worker, Machinist .
Others of undefined Occupation .



17. 1. Gentlewmn., ludepndnt., Annuitnt.



18. 1. Scholars (so described) .

Children of no stated Occupation .



649
1381



s
1

14
1644



32181.



m



xc



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Number and Ages



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

Table XLI. — Number of the Blind, of the Deaf-and-Dumb, of Idiots or Imbeciles, of Lunatics, and of the

Inmates of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons.





Populatiou.


Blind.


Deaf-
and-
Dumb.


Idiot or Imbecile.


Lunatics.


Inmates of


islands.


From
Birth.


Others.


Total.


In

Asylums.


others.


Total. i,yfSms.


others.


Total.


Hospitals
and
Work-
houses.


Prisons.


IS£AAI1>S IN THS: BRITISH >

SEAS -;


144,838


9


IK


201


77


44


136


180


177


30


207


729


61


1 isi^i: or »iA9T

2 JERSEY

3 GtTERM'SE'S- and adjacent ^

Islands - -)


64,042
66,627
33,969


3

2

4


64

83

45


67

86

49


30
30

17


27
8

9


64

41



31


91
49


77
71

29


5
15

10


82
86

39


76
337

317


18
21

12



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





All Ages.


Under
5

Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


3.5-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


inn


Islands.


Both

Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw'.


ISIiAITBS IN THE)
BRITISH SEAS -i


201 {


M. 107
P. 94


3

2


1


2
1


6

2


4

4


3

4


6

2


5

2


8
3


4
6


8
3


8
8


8
8


9

7


10
13


10
12


8
11


1
4


3

2


i


.


X ISI.E OF MAN'

2 TERSEY

3 CrUERWSEY 1
and adjacent Islands i


67 {
86 {
49 (


M. 44
P. 23

M. - 40
P. - 45

m. 23
P. 26


1

1
2

1


1


1

1

1


2


1

1
1

2


1
1

2

i


2

2
2


1
1

4
1


3

3

2

2
1


1
1

2
3

1

1


2
1

6

1
2


3

2

2
4

1


3

2

4
3

1

3


5
2

I

3

1


4
4

6
6

1
3


6
3

2
6

2

4


3

2

1
6

4
3


i

1

2

i


2
1

2


i







Kote.— 01 the above, 9 are returned as Blind from Birth, viz., 6 males and 3 females.



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





Ail Ages.


Under

5
Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


inn


Islands.


Both

Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw'.


ISIiAIffBS IDT THE^
BRITISH SEAS -i


77 {


M. 41
P. 36


1


3

2


3

1


6

2


7
4


5
2


2
3


4

2


6

2


1
6


1
."4


i


2
3


2


1
1





i










1 ISIiE or JfflAN

2 JERSEY

3 GVERH-SEY \
and adjacent Islands i


30 {
30 {
17 {


M. 23
P. 7

M. - 10
P. - 20

M. 8
P. - 9


1


2
.

1


2

1
1


1

2

1

3

1


6

1

2

1
2


2

3

2


2
1

i

i


1

1

1

1


3

2

1

i


i

5
1


1
2

i
i


i


2

1

2


i
i


1
i




i











Table XLIV.— IDIOTS or IMBECILES.— Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles.





Ail Ages.


Under

5
Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


7.5-


80-


85-


90-


95-


10
anc
upn


)


Islands.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


ISI.ANSS IW THB1
BRITISH SEAS -i


180 {


M. - 79
P. - 101


1
1


3

6


6

4



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