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76


177


825


704


1279


1135


301


69


13










4135


271


4.396




70-












2


5


5


17


46


03


133


224


641


790


706


157


21


4


1






3720


168


2878




75-














1


4


6


6


24


46


81


112


361


418


289


68


6


2






1319


75


1394




80-














1


1


1


3


5


13


23


39


61


114


139


88


11








499


23


637




85-














1








1


5


2


6


6


33


21


31


17


3






118


7


135




90-
























1




2


1


5


1


8


2


2






22




22




95-






















































100
^& upwards


\- ■

























6337
498


1333
333


3945
184



















.


.


Wives wliose
Husbands were
resident with
them

Wives "whose
Husbands were
absent


3 9

1 7


66

7


226
49


501
61


1056
138


7658
840


14009
1384


14634
1330


13365
1037


US90
918


9870
736


8672
675


1738
103


692
86


236
11


43
3


7


1




'.)si;03


7657 106319


98662 Wives whose Husbands
were resident with them.

8351 Wives whose Husbands
were absent.


To
(


tal of Wives
jnumerated -


3 16


63


276


665


1194


8498


15393


15961


14302


12808


10605


9347


6835


5164


3139


1835


728


3.17


44


7


1




107013 Total of Wives enume-
rated.



Registration or Union County : 3 SUSSEX.







AGE OP WIPE.


Ilvsbands
iiosc Wives
ere resident
vith them.


■§11

•S <0 «


Si




15-


-16-


17-


18-


19


- 20


- 21-24


25-


30-


35-


40-


4.5-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70


- 75-


80-85-


90-95-


100

and


on








































1


1


upw3


1 ' ^


Ff






r 16-
























































16-






,








,














































,




17-




























































,




18-








1






2


2








































7


3


10




19-






2


9






1 9










































31


5


36




20-






3


13


1


) 3


t 68


13




2






1






























153


13


168




21-






13


70


14


S 81


! 1651


013


96


12


4


3


1






























3958


169


8117




25-






5


31


7


I 16


L 1996


4011


1200


211


56


13


3






























7767


363


8130


fl


30-






1


5


1


) 4(


. 638


2715


3700


1131


231


43


9


3


6


























8002


449


9061


5


35-








1






I 1.


i 155


912


2097


3284


1020


216


67


10




























8373


422


8795


02


40-








1


2






45


286


1093


2463


2097


881


273


54


10



























8122


477


8599




45-
















i 26


126


304


913


2183


2177


755


191


42


15




1


















7127


418


7515


PH


50-


















L 14


65


141


313


973


1930


2390


643


108


40




3


















6011


407


7021


o


55-


















L 5


21


66


121


825


766


1568


1620


423


110


3f


6


2














5057


390


5347


60-


















6


10


38


03


141


393


671


1300


1336


319


7S


16


6














425S


213


4501


65-




















5


14


85


68


86


250


515


890


831


33r


40


6


2










2983


130


8139




70-




















4





17


31


47


87


171


846


601


51£


83


33


1










1935


101


2026




75-


















1


1


5


9


6


9


33


59


99


171


26.


208


39


7










009


07


976




80-




















1


1


1


4


1


10


11


30


28


8(


89


58


6










320


18


838




85-


















1








1


1


3


3


9


8





18


19


7




3






87


3


90




90-


















.












1




1


1




3


2












10


1


11




96-




































1








1










2




2




100
. & upwards


}■























































1


1


Wives whose
Husbands were
resident witli
them

Wives whose
Husbands were
absent -




5


25
2


131
9


30f

i;


58(
3i


> 4006
) 357


8307
090


9463
678


8037
637


8030
537


6765
531


0017
440


4593
333


3355
341


2129
143


122
5


) 472
) 19


155
13


27
2


3




1


05305


3598


6S90S


05305 W
wer(

4711 W
wer


ives whose Husbands
5 resident with tl\em.

iues whoso Husbands
i absent.


Tot
e


al of Wives
numerated -


}•


5


37


140


38(


63C


4903


9197


10141


9261


8667


7386


6457


4^14


3596


2371


128


S 491


108


29


3





1


70016 Tc
rate


tal o£ Wiv
d.


Es enume«



62



CIVIL CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. II.





Table 9. — Ages of Husbands and their Wives ia combination— cowimttecZ.


Kegistration or Union County: — 4- HAMPSHIRE.


^




AGE OP WIFE.


Husbands
whose "Wives
were resident
with them.






fears of Age. -^
15-


-16-17-


18-


19- 20-


21-24


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55- 60-


65-


ro-


7.5-


- 80- 85- 90


-95


10(

- and

upw


III




r 15-






















.
























16-




.












































17-




1








.






























1


.


1




18-




2




1




1




1


























6


2


8




19-


1 1


9


9


6


11


2


2





























41


13


53




20-


1 6


19


28


43


68


12


2




1




.




















169


33


201




21- 1


a 16


97


181


367


1773


678


104


19


6


3


3




















3338


204


3502




25- 1


4, 10


50


93


266


2629


4655


1255


320


56


16


7


















9263


740


10003




30-


1 7


20


48


86


1043


3717


4738


1299


310


60


19


6


1


1












11366


945


12301
12115


35-


1 1


3


12


24


256


1438


3518


4437


1294


247


61


16


6

















11303


812


40-








6


73


435


1374


3103


3841


1061


305


44


33


4




1










10261


651


10912




45-


1 .


1




1


23


16.3


479


1290


2711


3438


997


236


61


13




3










9407


521


50-








1


18


74


188


468


1287


2371


2944


819


169


29


le


5


2








8392


506


8958


o


55-


.








6


42


76


167


409


927


1918


2081


554


136


33


6










6356


381


6738


a


60-










5


21


40


91


191


345


812


1449


1637


378


93


16


2








4980


306


5386




P6-










6


5


16


28


58


142


362


581


966


941


241


63


8








3309


178


3487
2317
1140




70- , .
75-











1


3


10
5


23

4


27
12


55
19


117
29


183
63


392
106


658
300


568

3.13


126
246


34

62


3 3
4






2203
1081


115
59




80-












1


2




2


8


11


16


6


46


96


109


81 1


) 1






419




437
100

s




85-














1


2


1


2


1


2


9


4


14


30


26


S 1






97






90-
95-


















1









1


2

1


6


1


6 ]


L 2
1






19
3


4


i
L

If

Hus


100 I
&. upwavds / ■












1227 1


1810 3
































^ives whose
bands were


11 44 :


02


376 790


6901 ]


1163


0205


8694


74S5


6496


849 '


^13 :


410


594


311 21


7


3




81901


5615


87516


them - 2


81901 Wivea whose Husbands


Wivea whose
Husbands were








































were resident with them.


abse

Tota
en


nt - - 2


2 13


33


82 122


1046


1713


1493


1211


951


670


596


419 376


143


77


38


10 2









8899 Wives whose Husbands


1 of Wives > .
umerated IS


13 57 2


35


4,68 912


6947 1


2940 1


3303 1


2363 1


1166


9364


8081 5915 4


125 2


655 1487


633


21 23


7


2




90S00 Total of Wives enu-
merated.



Registration or Union County: — 5 BERKSHIRE.













AGE OP WIPE.








60 t^ OJ ^


'^ > ^


1= 3
























|3£




Years of Ai^e.


15-


16-


17-


18-


19


- 20-


21-24


2.5-


30-


35- 40- 45-


50-


55- 60-


65


- -0


- 75- 80-


8.5-


90-


9.5-


100
and
upw"




r 1.6-






































.1
















16-


























































17-


























































18-






2








1




































5


4


9




19-






2


1




L 6


10


2


































32


6


27




20-






4


3


1


i 16


34


14


1


1






























91


17


108




31-




1


7


18


7


> 164


833


372


73


10


3


2


1
























1647


91


1638




35-






a


V


3


J 96


1066


2143


658


134


24


10


3


1






















4166


224 '


4390


ri


30-








2


1




i 17


308


1397


3034


678


161


43


16


4


1


















4669


244


4918


<


35-














4


84


533


1477


1881


MO


170


25


14


3








1










4863


341


5094




40-










'




L 2


30


169


536


1391


1762


542


155


32


14
















4606


239


4745


n^A


43-
















6


51


180


663


1189


1393


477


132


35




1


1-












4037


313


4240


pH


50-










1




1


5


23


71


183


523


1039


1291


419


134


24


1














3721


211


3932


o


66-














J


1


2


11


32


80


168


441


834


1035


289


93


17


4




1








2999


175


3174


-r1


60-


















1


7


16


39


84


134


368


646


772


322


66


11


3










2348


143


2491




65-






















13


18


27


61


117


247


493


484


16(.


39


9


1








1661


93


1744




70-






















3


9


18


23


73


106


231


30E


33«


81


23










1209


67


1276




73-






















4


3


8


12


23


26


66


91


141


133


24


7








516


29


644




80-






















2




3




9


8


17


30


24


46


36


1


1






176




183




86-


























2






1


3




6


14


8


4


1






43


3


i6




90-






















1










1








2


1




.






6




6




95-







































1


.


1


.






2




3




100


f
























































L& upwai'ds


} •


























'



























Wives whose


































'




















Husbands were


















































2007


38561


resident with








33


13S


297


2380


4744


6090


4878


4600


3868


3373


3652


2047


1262


73£


320


106


16


2












them

Wives whose
Husbands were


lj20


36564 Wives whose Husbands
















































were resident with them .


absent


1


1


1


8




20


163


308


231


275


335


316


301


168


163


63


31


11


6


1








2117 Wives whose Husbands




}^




21


41


146






































wet


e absent.

al of Wives enu-


Total of Wives
enumerated


317


2543


5052


5311


5153


4835


4074


3573


2820


3199


133r


770


331


110


16


2


!


38671 Tot














'




' ' ' ' ' merated.



SOUIH-EASTEBN COUNTIES.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



63



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.
DIVISION II.— SOUTH-EASTERN COUNTIES.



TABLt; 10. — Occupations of Males and Females, disiinguishing those under 20 Years of Age from those of

20 Years aud wpwavds — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders.*



Classes, Oedeks, and Sub-oedees.



All AaE3.



PEESONS. MAr,ES. I'EWALES.



Undee 2(1 Yeaes

op A(IE.



Males. Females.



211 Yeaes Of Age

AND 0PWAEDS.



Males. Females.



&J.1. P]


BRSOM-S .-._ -

CLASSES.


2,167,726


1,064,635


1,103,091


491,431


484,620


573,204


618,471


















I. PROFSSSIOITAI. CI.ASS ......


130,497


106,588


23,909


20,345


10,949


86,243


12,960


II. DOniESTIC CIiASS ......


625,810


35,788


590,022


6,632


84,714


29,156


505,308


XII. COMMERCIAI. CI.ASS . . . . -


62,523


59,103


3,420


11,158


324


47,945


3,096


IV. AGRICVI.TURAI; CI.ASS . . . . _


218,460


204,985


13,475


43,774


3,004


161,211


10,471


V. IlffDITSTRIAI. CI.ASS - . _ . -


296,128


218,782


77,346


34,031


11,378


184,751


65,968


VZ. ISTBErXn-ITE ANI> IfON-PROSVCTIVi: CI.ASS


834,308


439,389


394,919


375,491


374,251


63,898


20,668




ORDERS.




















1. Persons engaged in the Genekal or Local Government of the


















Country - - - -


16,894


16,034


860


1,U9


92


14,915


763


Class I.


2. Persons engaged in the Defence of tlie Couiitri/

3. Persons engaged in the Leakned Peoeessions or in Lite-

KATUEE, Art, and Science (with their immediate Sub-


62,913


62,913




10,379


"


52,534






ordinates)


50,690


27,641


23,049


8,847


10,857


18,794


12,192




' 4. Wives and Women engaged generally in Household Duties
















Class 11. <


but assisting in certain cases in the Husbands' Business
5. Persons engaged in entertaisinu, and performing Personal


424,984





424,984





28,975





396,009




[_ Offices for Man


200,826


35,788


165,038


6,632


55,739


29,156


109,299




6. Persons who buy or sell, keep or lend Money, Houses, or
















Class III. <


Goods of VARIOUS Kinds


19,889


16.861


3,028


2,367


285


14,494


2,743


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




'














and Messages _ - -


42,634


42,242


392


8,791


39


33,451


353




8. Feisons possessing or working the Land, and engaged in growing
















Class IV. ■{


Grain, Fkuits, Grasses, Animals, and other Products


205,669


192,233


13,436


41,497


3,003


150,736


10,433




9. Persons engaged about Animals


12,791


12,752


39


2,277


1


10,475


38




flO. Persons engaged in Art and Mechanic Productions, in which


















Matters of various kinds are used in combination


95,582


91,359


4,223


13,618


281


77,741


3,942




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
















Class V. \


Dress


97,135


32,043


65,092


4,308


9,768


27,735


55,324


12. Persons working and dealing in Food and Drinks


49,829


45,223


4,606


9,051


505


36,172


4,101




13. Persons working and dealing in Animal Substances


2,627


2,464


163


303


34


2,161


129




14. Persons working and dealing in VEGETiVBLE Substances


15,728


12,961


2,777


1,787


725


11,164


2,052




^15. Persons working and dealing in Minerals


35,i27


34,742


485


4,964


65


29,778


420




16. Labourers and others — Branch of labour undefined


78,962


76,714


2,248


16,604


727


60,110


1,521




17. Persons of Rank or Property not returned under any Office














Class VI. <


or Occupation
18. Scholars and Children not engaged in any directly Pro-


23,233


3,844


19,389


56


242


3,788


19,147




ductive Occupation


732,113


358,831


373,282


358,831


373,282










ler SUB-ORDERS.




Ord
















5tJE-0EDEE


















r 1. 1. Officers of National Government


10,523


10,148


375


1,068


77


9,080


298




2. Officers of Local Government


6,126


5,641


485


50


15


5,591


470




3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government


245


245





1





244







2. 1. Army


42,729


42,729





7,479





35,250


_




2. Navy


20,184


20,184





2,900





17,284





Class I.


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


5,228


4,778


450


50


34


4,728


416


2. Lawyers and Law Stationers


3,638


3,637


1


506


1


3,131







3. Physicians, Surgeons, and Druggists


4,272


4,037


235


419


2


3,618


233




4. Authors, Literary Persons, and Students


16,677


7,934


8,743


6,825


8,502


1,109


241




5. Artists


1,420


1,217


203


139


29


1,078


174




6, Musicians


1,841


1,160


681


153


122


1,007


559




7. Actors


536


407


129


58


23


349


106




8. Teachers


16,473


3,869


12,604


662


2,144


8,207


10,460




9. Scientific Persons


605


602


3


35





567


3




" 4. 1. Wives and others mainly engaged in Household Duties


391,987





391,987





28,881


.


363,106


Class II. ■


2. Wives assisting generally in their Husbands' Business


32,997





32,997




94





32,903


5. 1. Engaged in Board and Lodging


18,385


11,027


7,358


205


255


10,822


7,103




2. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.)


182,441




24,761


157,680


6,427


55,484


18,334


102,196



* The classification of Occupations adopted in 1871 is essentially identical with that of 1861. The only variations of importance occur in Classes II. and VI.

The change has had the ellect of bringing now into Class II., Order 4, all Women (Wives, Widows, Daughters, or others) who have no speoifled occupation, but are usually
employed in household duties. In 1861 the Wives of Innkeepers, Publicans, Lodging-house-keepers, Shopkeepers, Shoemakers, Butchers, and Fai-mers were placed in the
same orders (namely, 6, 6, 8, 11, and 12) as their Husbands, whom they often assist in business ; but this, it must be borne in mind, is the case with other as well as with
such Wives. As it may be assumed the great majority of Women of no specified occupation are mainly employed in Household and Family Duties, they are all classed
together in these Tables.

Class VI. now comprises Persons whose occupations are indefinite or not stated, Persons of Rank or Property not returned under any omce or occupation, and Scholars
and Children under the age of 15. Thus Scholars and Children under the age of 16 not returned as engaged in any directly productive nccntiilion, now form by themselves
Order 18 ; whereas in 1861 they were grouped under Class II., Order 4. Students and Scholars of ages -/s and upioards are now in Class 1., Order 3 ; in 1861 they were
included in CUiss II. ,■..,.

With the foregoing exceptions no changes of importance have been made m the various Sub-Orders, Orders, and Classes of the classification of 1861.

Note. — The number of persons referred to the particular Glasses, Orders, and Sub-Orders must not be taken to represent the total number following the Occupations
included therein; fur example, in addition to the persons returned in Class 1V„ Order 8, many persons connected with the land as Proprieto;-s or Occupiers are classed
under other heads according to the Occupations in which they are prinoipail/ engaged. See i ,ot'-' . ;i>). 65 anrl 66.



64



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. II.



SOUTH-EASTERN COVNTI'ES— continued.



Table 10. — Occupations of Males and Females, distinguishing those under 20 Years of Age from those of
20 Years and upwards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders — contmued.





Classes. Oet)t;rs. awt> Sub-oeders.


All Ages.


Undee 20 Yeaks
OB Age.


20 Yeaes ob Agb
and upwabds.




Peesons.


II Males. | Females


Males. [ Females


. Males. | Females.


Order

Sdb-Oedee

6. 1. Mercantile Persons
2. Other General Dealers


11,643
8,246


11,024
5,837


619
2,409


1,582
785


44
241


9,442
5,052


575
2,168


Class III.


7. 1. Carriers on Railways

2. „ on Eoads

3. „ on Canals and Bivers

4. „ on Seas and Rivers

5. Engaged in Storage

1_ 6. Messengers and Porters


6,116
10,838

2,476

16,019

704

6,481


6,074
10,607

2,464

15,971

696

6,430


42

231

12

48

8

51


708
700
314

2,412
64

4,593


1

5

1
32


5,366
9,907
2,150
13,559
632
1,837


41
226
12
48
7
19


Class IV.


S. 1. Agricultvirists - . . - -

2. Arboriculturists

3. Horticulturists


183,901

1,638

20,130


170,744

1,638

19,851

12,752


13,157
279


38,886

180

2,431


2,982
21


131,858

1,458

17,420


10,175
258




9. Persons engaged about Animals


12,791


39


2,277


1


10,475


38




' 10. 1. Workers and Dealers in Books

2. „ „ Musical Instruments

3. „ „ Prints and Pictures

4. „ „ Carving and Figures

5. „ „ Tackle for Sports and Games

6. „ „ Designs, Medals, and Dies

7. „ „ "Watches and Philosophical Instru-

ments

8. „ „ Surgical Instruments

9. „ „ Arms

10. „ „ Machines and Tools

11. „ „ Carriages

12. „ „ Harness

13. „ „ Ships

14. „ „ Houses and Buildings

15. „ „ Furniture . , -

16. „ „ Chemicals

11. 1. Workers and Dealers in Wool and Worsted

2. „ „ Silk

3. „ „ Cotton and Flax

4. „ „ Mixed Materials

5. „ „ Dress . . . -

6. „ „ Hemp and other Fibrous Materials -

12. 1. Workers and Dealers in Animal Food

2. „ „ Vegetable Food

3. „ „ Drinks and Stimulants


4,005
304
85
191
398
175

1,700
25

663
5,000
5,734
1,796
4,992
65,484
4,367

663


3,701
289
84
107
231
175

1,560
23

559
4,979
5,706
1,760
4,985
63,017
3,653

530


304

15

1

84

167

140

2

104

21

28

36

7

2,467

714

133


1,200
31
12
14
27
33

269

142
782
949
300
617
8,625
543
74


61

4

31

18

23

41

1

1
10
65
26


2,501

258

72

93

204

142

1,291
23

417
4,197
4,757
1,460
4,368
54,392
3,110

456


243

U

1

53

149

117

2

63

21

27

36

6

2,457

649

107




459
550
450
8,427
86,364
885


399
409
241
5,786
24,437
771


60

141

209

2,641

61,927

114


51

49

28

1,519

2,496

165


19
24
33
695
8,966
31


348
360
213
4,267
21,941
606


41

117

176

1,946

52,961

83


Class V. -


11,889
18,627
19,313


11,1.32
16,787
17,304


757
1,840
2,009


2,404
3,338
3,309


85
225
195


8,728
13,449
13,995


672
1,615
1,814




13. 1. Workers and Dealers in Grease, Gut, Bones, Horn, Ivory, and

Whalebone

2. „ „ Skins, Feathers, and Quills

3. „ „ Hair


457

1,647

523


445

1,579

440


12

68
83


53

199

51


10
24


392

1,380

389


12
58
59




14. 1. Workers and Dealers in Gums and Resins

2. „ „ Wood

3. „ „ Bark

4. „ „ Cane, Rush, and Straw

5. „ „ Paper

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


1,018
7,732
214
1,651
5,113


982
7,634

203
1,504
2,628


36

98

11

147

2,485


193
767
39
136
652


6
20

2

30

667



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