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politan) - i

3, SUSSEX

l' HAMPSHIRE

5 BERKSHIRE -



6,811 1



1,431 1^

2,277 {
396 [

3,640
167 {



6,789
1,023



F.



M.-
F. -



707
724



2,176
101



342

64



3,430
130



M.-
F. -



144
23



372

73



148
36



161

7



1,390
166



61

104



603
14



20



1,346
206



134
161



637
13



583
33



23



920
179



116

146



373



363
18



33



609
116



364
20



.387
116



62

88

134



13



239



33



76



95-



100
and

upw^



Table 33. — Number of the Blind, of the Deaf-and-Dumb, of Idiots or Imbeciles, of Lunatics, and of the Inmates
of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons — In Superintendent Registrars' Districts.





Ponulatiou.


Blind.


Deaf-
and-
Dumb.


Idiots or Imbeciles.




Lunatics.


1


Inmates o:




Registration Counties.




From
Birth.


others.


Total.


In
Asylums.


Others.


Total.


In
Asylums.


others.


Total.


Hos-
pitals.


"Work-
houses.


Prisons.


II.— SOVTH-EASTERSr >
COVITTIES. )


2,167,736


197


1,603


1,799


966


1,248


3,940


4,188


6,184


432


5,606


3,509


30,698


0,811








1 SURBE U (Extra-metropolitan) -


365,279


18


233


261


128


921


438


1,369


1,638


61


1,689


.368


4,081


1,431


2 KENT (Extra-metropolitan)


639,126


49


474


623


374


133


744


877


1,326


180


1,456


1,034


6,149


2,277


3 SUSSEX - . . .


420,910


60


381


341


360




614


614


754


63


817


435


3,814


396


4 HAMPSHIRE


626,143


47


434


481


310


160


783


933


618


148


666


1,376


4,632


2,540


5 BERKSHIRE


326,268


23


180


303


93


44


361


406


1,048


30


1,078


297


1,922


167


SUPEEINTBNDENT EBGIS-
TEARS' DISTRICTS.






























1 SURREY (Extra-metropoUtcm)






























29 EPSOM


30291


3


17


20


7


4


28


32


3


4


7




1,456




30 CHBRTSBT


23038


2


20


22


6




29


29




6


5


166


270




31 GUILDFORD


36667


2


27


39


16


50


87


137


690


7


597


44


205


1,431


82 FAENHAM -


39867


3


18


'20


14




30


SO




3


3


60


135




S3 HAMBLEDON


16376


2


11


13






34


34




1


1


2


112






84 DOEKING


14369




6


6


12




20


20




3


3


6


133






35 EEIGATE - . - : -


27303




12


12


8


610


41


651




5


5


2


191






30 GODSTONB


13541




19


19


14


331


23


344


946


1


946




98






37 CROTDON


83853


1


61


62


26




66


65




11


11


36


924






38 KINGSTON ....


55939


6


31


37


16


36


62


98




7


7


61


347






39 RICHMOND


26145




21


21


10




29


29




4


4


11


310







^ Note.— As the result of further inquiry as to the character of public institutions and their inmates, the numbers in this Table cUHer in some instances slightly from those
in Table 5, Division II., Vol. II., page 94. In every case, however, it is believed that the numbers inserted in this Table are correct.



104



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



[Div. II.



Table 33. — Number of the Blind, of the Deaf-and-Dumb, of Idiots or Imbeciles, of Lunatics, and of the Inmates
of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons — In Superintendent Registrars' Districts — continued.





Population


Blind.


Deat-
and-
Dumb.


Idiots or Imbeciles.


Lunatics.


Inmates of


Registration Counties.


From
Birth.


Others.


Total.


isylSms. Others.


Total.


In
Asyluniv


Others.


Total.


Hos.
pitals.


Work-
houses.


Prisons.


2 KENT {extra-metropolitan).














1
















40 BROMLEY -


32184


2


10


12


9


.


29


29


.


1


1


1


201




41 DARTFORD - ...


42344


2


34


36


17


32


37


69


218


4


222


.


202




42 GRAVESEND


21265


2


8


10


7




25


25




.


.


.


201




43 NORTH AYLESFORD


21661


1


18


19


4




31


31






.




254




44 HOO


3143


.


1


1






2


2




.


,


.


63




45 MEDWAY ....


59160


3


48


51


20




53


53




43


43


401


679


1695


46 MALLING ....


23383


2


9


11


11




29


29


17


3


20


,


308




47 SBTENOAKS


24262


3


21


24


8




38


88




2


2




199




48 TUNBRIDGE


44668


11


34


45


16




63


63




9


9


21


320




49 MAIDSTONE


42017


2


41


43


22


101


78


179


1073


16


1089


62


447


449


60 HOLLINGBOURN


14047


1


12


13


4




20


20




2


2


,


234




51 CRANBROOK - ...


14005


.


16


16


7




19


19


18


6


23




136




62 TBNDBRDBN


10871




17


17


3




23


23




4


4


,


90




63 WEST ASHFORD .


16730


3


9


12


3




14


14




4


4


7


161




64 EAST ASHEORD -


13016


1


9


10


3




18


18




4


4


,


161




65 BRIDGE ....


11139




8


8


4




14


14




1


1


,


146




56 CANTERBURY


16510


1


23


24


10




23


23




6


6


38


176


76


67 BLBAN


18269


2


15


17


3




12


12




4


4


9


148




68 FAVBRSHAM


22346


.


12


12


7




22


22




4


4


.


238




69 MILTON ....


19217


1


IS


14


6




17


17




1


1


.


142




60 SHEPPEY .


18666


1


13


14


12




11


11




2


2


27


179




61 THANET


42129


4


32


36


69




61


61




9


9


431


479




62 BASTRY ....


27229




22


22


12




44


44




,


.


.


372


25


63 DOVER


35249


2


33


35


6




33


33




1


1


28


414


33


64 ELHAM


29747


5


16


21


10




22


22




4


4


9


247


t


65 ROMNEY MARSH


6080








2




6


6




1


1





62





3 SUSSEX.






























66 RYE -


11998


.


6


6


6




29


29




1


1




146




67 HASTINGS -


36642


7


21


28


9




21


21


5


6


11


60


213




68 BATTLE


13763





7


7


7




25


26


,


7


7




202




69 EASTBOURNE


15726


1


14


15


6




18


18


,


1


1


99


106




70 HAILSHAM ....


13021




8


8


6




46


46


5


3


8




133




71 TICEHURST


16717


.


1


1


6




46


46


66


.


66




162




72 UCKFIELD -


19314


1


6


7


11




36


36




4


4





180




73 EAST GRINSTEAD


16304


1


9


10


11




32


32




3


3


6


162




74 CUCKFIBLD


20180


1


10


11


10




38


38




4


4




179




75 LBWBS


29942


3


21


24


16




62


62


688


4


692


19


360


310


76 BRIGHTON ....


90011


38


83


121


127




88


88




24


24


144


781




77 STBYNING


31473


1


26


27


8




39


39




1






187




78 HORSHAM


19331


1


18


19


12




39


39




1






211




70 PETWORTH


10138




10


10 .


4




20


20




1




4


143


86


80 THAKEHAM


8422




7


7


6




13


13




,






118




81 EAST PRESTON


21691




7


7


6




14


14




.




22


86




82 WESTHAMPNETT -


18860


1


7


8


8




21


21




1




34


134




83 CHICHESTER


8205




6


6


2




9


9




.




47


95




84 MIDHURST


13051


2


11


13


1




14


14




1






113




85 WESTBOURNE


7221


3


3


6







16


16




1







126




4 HAMPSHIRE.






























86 HAVANT ....


8144


3


10


13


11




26


26




1


1




108





87 PORTSEA 1SL.VND


113696


9


90


99


33




99


99




94


94


273


126S


1410


88 ALVERSTOKE


22644


1


16


17


10




21


21




10


10


556


207


134


S9 FAREHAM ....


16801


1


17


18


5


149


19


168


464


5


469




174





90 ISLE OF WIGHT -


66219


4


51


66


27




170


170


.


3


3


49


406


664


91 LYMINGTON


12396


,


11


11


6


.


15


15





3


3




!U





South-eastern Counties.]



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



105



Table 33. — Number of the Blind, of the Deaf-and-Dumb, of Idiots or Imbeciles, of Lunatics, and of the Inmates
of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons — In Superintendent Registrars' Districts — continued.





Population.


Blind. 1


Dcat- _
and-
Dumb.

A


Idiot or Imbecile.


Lunatics. 1


Inmates of


Begistratiou Counties.


Prom
Birth.


Otliers.


Q'otaL


In

sylums.


Others.


T°"- Asylums.


Others.


Total.


Hos-
pitals.


Wcrk-
louses.


Prisons.


4 SAmrSIlXJlE— continued.






























92 CHRISTCHUECH • - -


16338


.


11


11


6




18


18




1


1


49


34




93 EINGWOOD


5397


1


3


*







11


11













47




94 FOEDINGBEIDGB


6441


1


B


6


3


.


21


21












100




95 NEW FOREST


13496


3


18


21


1




2B


25




1


1




103




96 SOUTHAMPTON ■ - -


480B5


5


42


47


20




72


72




11


11


94


535


68


97 SOUTH STONEHAM


32201


7


20


37


10




30


30


33


1


34


256


225




98 EOMSET . . . -


10892


1


9


10


2




20


20











91




99 STOCKBRIDGE -


7317


.


13


13


3




11


11




1


1





44




100 WINCHESTER


29269


1


23


24


8




27


27




2


2


90


181


374


101 DROXPORD


11760


1


7


8


7




16


16




3


3


7


140




102 CATHEJBINGTON


2769


.


1


1


1




4


4












26




lOS PBTERSPIELD -


9672


.


6


6


6




11


11




1


1




95




104 AIRE SPORD


7270




11


11


3




9


9











84




105 ALTON ....


14999


1


9


10


3




38


30


31


S


■it




123




106 HARTLEY WINTNET - -


20601


2


17


19


8




26


26




3


3




77




107 BASINGSTOKE


18105


2


14


16


14




28


28




3


3




177




108 WHITCHURCH


5606


1


4


5


3




10


10











60




109 ANDOVER - . . -


17590


2


18


20


13




49


49











184




110 KINGSCLEEE


8676


1


8


9


7




7


7




2


2




75




5 BERKSHIRE.






























Ill NEWBURY ....


20641


3


18


21


9




28


28





1


1


6


184




112 HUNGERPORD


19349


1


17


18


3




83


S3





i


4





160




113 PARINGDON


15091


3


14


17


13





28


28













134




IM ABINGDON . . . .


21661


4


19


23


12


29


26


65


480


4


484





162




115 WANTAGE - . . -


17360


1


9


10


7





28


28




5


5




115




116 WALLINGPORD


14648


1


18


19


8


16


36


51


91


2


93




155




117 BRADFIELD


15863


2


15


17


12




27


27




3


3




219




118 READING - . . -


33340


3


23


26


8




42


42





6


6


92


235


167


119 WOKINGHAM . - -


16195


3


15


18


7




SO


30




2


2




107




120 COOKHAM


14873


2


11


13


4




36


36











144




121 BASTHAMPSTBAD - .


10632


.


9


9


3




15


15


477




477


137


72




122 WINDSOR . . . .


26725





12


12


7




32


32




3


3


62


245





32181.







END OF DIVISION II.



107



TABLES



OF THE



AGES, CIVIL CONDITION,
OCCUPATIONS,



AND



BIRTH-PLACES
OF THE PEOPLE;



WITH THE



NUMBERS AND AGES OF THE BLIND, THE DEAF-AND-DUMB,

IMBECILE, LUNATICS, &c.



DIVISION III-SOUTH-MIDIAND COUNTIES;



MIDDL E S EX {Extra-metropolitan) ,

HERTFORDSHIRE,

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE,

OXFORDSHIRE,

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE,

HUNTINGDONSHIRE,

BEDFORDSHIRE,

CAMBRIDGESHIRE.



2



108



TABLES IN DIVISION III.



AGES OF THE PEOPLE.

Table ^^«

1._Ages of Males and Females enumerated April 3rd, 1871, in Registration or Union Codnties - 109

2.— Ages of M.VLES and Females in Superintendent Registraks' Districts - - - - 109

3. Ages of Males and Fejiales in Registrars' Sub-districts - - - - - - 1 II

4._NuMBER of Children at each Year of Age under 5 in Registration or Union Counties - - - 115
5.— Number of Children at eacli Year of Age under 5 in Superintendent Registrars' Districts - - 116

6. — Ages of Males and Females in the Principal Towns - - - - - - -116

CIVIL OR CONJUGAL CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.

7. — Number and Ages of Unmarried, Married, and Widowed Persons in Registration Counties - 117

8. Civil Condition of Persons aged 15 Years and upwards in Superintendent Registrars' Districts - 118

9. — Ages of Husbands and their Wives in combination ... - - 120

OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.

10. — Occupations of Males and Females under 20, and 20 Years of Age and upwards, in the South-
Midland Counties — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-Orders - - - 125

11. Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Middlesex (Extra-
metropolitan) and Hertford - - - - - - - - -127

12. — Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Middlesex (Extra-
metropolitan) and Hertford - - - - - - - -131

13. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Buckingham and

Oxford . - - ..._-. - 134

14. — Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Buckingham and

Oxford _ - - - -..- - 137

15. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Northampton and

Huntingdon -.-.... . . . 140

16. — Occupations of Fejiales at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Northampton

and Huntingdon - -.-.-.....143

17. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Bedford and

Cambridge ...... .. . i4g

18. — Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age in the Registration Counties of Bedford and

Cambridge - ..-.-.. . 149

19. — Occupations of Males and Females aged 20 Years and upwards in Superintendent Registrars'

Districts, arranged in Classes and Orders - - - - - - -152

20. — Occupations of Males 20 Years of Age and upwards, in the Principal Towns - - - 156

21. — Occupations of Females 20 Years of Age and upwards, in the Principal Towns . - - 159

BIRTH-PLACES OF THE PEOPLE.

22. — Birth-places of the Inhabitants in Counties - - - - - - -162

23 Birth-places of the Inhabitants of the Principal Towns - - . . - 164

TABLES RELATING TO FOREIGNERS.

24. — Number and Country of Birth of Foreigners enumerated in Registration or Union Counties - 165

25. — Number, Ages, and Country of Birth of Foreigners being Natives of European States - - 166

26. — Occupations of Foreigners (Males) being Natives of European States - - - - 167

27. — Occupations of Foreigners (Females) being Natives of European States . - - - 167

THE BLIND, DEAF-AND-DUMB, LUNATICS, &c.
28. — Number and Ages of the Blind ........ - 168

29. — Number and Ages of the Deaf-and-Dumb ..... . 168

30. — Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles ........ 159

31. — Number and Ages of Lunatics - . . . - . . - 169

32. — Number and Ages of Patients in General Hospitals for the Sick . - - .170

33. — Number and Ages of Paupers in Workhouses ...... . 170

34. — Number and Ages of Prisoners ......... 171

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

Inmates of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons in Superintendent Registrars' Districts - 171



ENGLAND AND WALES.



109



AGES OF THE PEOPLE.
DIVISION III— SOUTH-MIDLAND COUNTIES.



Table 1. — Ages of Males and Females enumerated April 3rd, 1871 — In Registration or Union Counties.*


Uegistration ok Union
Counties.


Ail Ages.


Under
5

Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


50-


65- 70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


9.5-


100


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw".


III.-SOUTH-iaiD- 1
J.A.TSni COTJWXIES;


1,442,664


fM. 703,233
IF. 740,481


97,081-
97,450


89,106
89,111


83,100
79,157


67,266
67,160


5.5,0;i|-, 45,021
i;3,3531 65,699


-t3,.3.ji;

18,33 1


.■!S,271
13,833


35,763
3y,3S."


.■i3,385
33,003


30,030
82,093


33,830 30,396 1
35,494 33,452 1


5,909 1
7,235 1

.,186
i,791


3,097
2,962


6,851
7,667


3,145 839
?,753 1,2.18


174
396


33
67


S


(Ex:-metropolUaii) i


264,854 {


M. - 126,141
P. -188,713


17,613
17,689


16,271
15,939


15,709
14,010


11,437
12,633


10,031
li.930


9,260
11,729


8,618
10,112


7,487
8,073


6,763

7,872


6,723
6,391


6,186
6,705


8,560 3,091
4,300 3,875


1,666
3,119


882
1,204


431
610


113

227


85
63


4
16





7 HBUTPORD- )

SHIRK -i


194,612 [


M. - 95,178
F. - 99,434


18,069
12,913


13,090
12,036


11,177
10,503


9,889
8,707


7.417
8.400


0,416
7,616


6,596
6,418


4,911
6,733


4,860
6,316


4,423
4,745


4,(198
-1,377


3,413 L
3,551 I


,993
,314


;,193
J,331


1,678
1,808


905
1,069


388
539


116
180


16
36


5
11


2


8 BTTCKING- \
HAMSHIRE -i


155,007 {


M.- 75,748
F. - 79,359


10,038
10,609


9,647
9,809


8,791
8,738


7,313
6,846


B.837
6,590


4,998
6,745


4,-161
5,034


4,067
4,413


8,768
-1,129


3,494
3,766


3,185
3,470


3,636 2,435
2,864 2,437


1,867
1,899


1,410
1,437


801

812


409
416


89
113


21
33


1

2


i


9 OXFORDSHIRE


178,329 {


M. - 87,660
F. - 90,769


11,998
11,963


11,103
11,331


10,625
10,060


8,363
7,967


6,176
7,191


6,676
6,425


4,872
6,061


4,686
6,163


4,6.39

4,874


4,007
4,389


3,805
4,006


3,168 3,824
3,816 2,9-18


3,227
3,257


1,663
1,647


943
966


436
477


1.37
177


36

41


1

7





10 WORTH AMP- 1
TOnrSKIRE -S


248,234 [


M. -123,364
F. -124,870


16,796
16,966


16,891
16,848


14,014
18,601


11,986
11,536


9,7 th
10,33b


8,507
9,018


7,638
7,930


7,049
7,254


6,4-15
6,531


5,756
6,979


6,314
6,339


4,308 3,619
4,295 3,096


3,817
3,993


3,011
3,096


1,300
1,199


546
681


142
173


26

42


1
2





11 HWUTIWC- )
EOUSHIRE -S


58,046 {


M. - 28,887
P. 29,659


3,790
4,U3S


8,703
8,665


3,426
3,299


3,762
2,620


3,0fif
2,35;


1,787
2,056


1,58-1
1,713


1,600
1,586


1,383
1,436


1,309
1,437


1,181
1,311


1,056
1,066


913

953


731
793


660

634


378
385


160
301


33
60


16

12


a

3


,


12 BEBFORS- ^
SHIRE - -j


151,539 {


M. - 71,644
F. ^ 79,996


10,3.57
10.362


9,431
9,399


8,800
8,527


6,871
7,933


.'•.,:i35
7,59;;


4,655
6,193


4,133
5,377


3,799
4,649


3,607
4,093


3,367
8,714


3,091
3,653


3,410
2,576


,081
.,343


1,676
1,690


1,376
1,261


683
689


278
321


66
100


11
23


2
6





13 CAiaSRIBGE- >
SHIRE ■)


192,033 [


M.- 94,301
F. - 97,732


12,908
13,016


11,451
11,801


10,559
10,814


9,2^14
8,939


8,113
8.053


6,73-1
7,017


6,-171
6,067


4,776
6,368


4,493
4,983


4,347
4,692


4,217
4,332


3,301
3,626


.,904
!,051


2,812

3,481


1,806
1,967


1,060
1,334


618
608


139
218


21
52


7
10





The Table is read thus :— In Division III.— South-Midland Counties, there wore 1,442,654 persons of both sexes ; viz., 703,223 males, of whom 97,084 were under 6 years of
apie —89,106 aged 5 and under 10 years,— 83,190 aged 10 and under 15 years, and so on for each respective column ; and 740,481 females, of whom 97,450 were under 5 years
of age,— 89,111 aged 6 and under 10 years,— 79,157 aged 10 and under 15 years, and so on.


Table 2. Ages of Males and Females enumerated April 3rd, 1871 — In Superintendent Registrars' DisTRiCTS.t




All Ages. 1


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


5.5-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100


Eesistkabs' Disteicts.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females. |


and
upw".


6 MlBDtESEX (Extra-
metropolitan) .t

123 STAINES - -
















































20199 {


M. - 10405
F. - 9794


1380
1368


1265
1212


1784
1034


870
768


794
809


677
801


631
682


638
676


661


462
466


403
884


304
316


374
290


199
203


161
165


83
90


40
60


16
16


2
8


2






124 UXBEIDGE - - -


25588 {


M. - 13417
F. - 18131


1630
1664


1669
1528


1401
1384


1036
967


947
1031


836
1008


826
879


789
849


690
704


604
673


678
665


415

454


389
466


235
347


180
237


120
118


54
71


11
24


6
13


2
1






125 BBENTFOEU


71933 [


JI. - 88977
F. - 87956


4718
4698


4668
4314


4373
3841


3108
3569


2769
3809


2519
3303


2818
2834


1852
2306


1822
2088


1433
1689


1332
1569


937
1109


841
1046


661
766


129

674


223
803


120
161


26
63


8
16


7






126 HBNDON


37160 {


M. - 17688
F. - 19472


2652
2630


2317
2310


2129
2002


1818
1793


1384
1866


1332
1734


1170
1513


1081
1272


921

1172


884
855


666
730


464
630


864

435


287
383


174
236


77
137


46
66


16

34


4
6


2
2






127 BAENET


25169 [


M. - 11950
F. - 18219


1530
1479


1376
1335


1373
1246


1037
1166


920
1347


893
1110


914
989


788
938


699
832


608
666


647
600


383
486


396
406


245
264


184
230


91
140


48
71


15
20


4
4


i






123 EDMONTON


84855 [


M. - 89704
P. - 45151


6783
5860


5077
5233


4679

4539


3578
4359


3310
4169


2973

3871


2770
3316


2489
2743


2084
2465


1802
2041


1610
1757


1057
1305


930

1353


709
939


647
678


288
437


123
201


34
81


11
11


3






7 HERTFORBSHIRE.
















































129 WARE


17460 {


M. - 8856
F. - 8604


1101
1185


1095
1018


1106
933


1066
711


700
681


536

640


490
633


417
490


427
467


408
417


376
376


330
310


310
307


180
201


138
134


78
90


44
65


13

23


2
S








130 BISHOP STOETFOBD


21620 [


M. - 10805
F. - 10816


1500
1485


1.348
1332


1318
1165


1034
913


873
907


771
789


696
680


635
604


551

536


493
610


419

481


434
390


355
859


270
266


217
202


130
117


65

58


10
23


1
6








131 EOTSTON


26180 [


M. - 13176
P. - 13706


1849
1796


1718
1699


1531
1447


1363
976


1060
918


956

84?


746
735


703
715


647
665


673
636


674
672


467
466


438
406


364
334


248
211


178
143


64
99


18
24


4
6








132 HITCHIN - -


27656 [


M. - 13034
P. - 14623


1898
1917


1679
1692


1661
1580


1260
1431


1023
1341


800
1114


717
898


700
831


695

779


606
611


574
623


433

474


885

476


263
352


257
236


113
169


62
62


12

23


1
3








133 HEETFORD


16009 (


M.- 8120
P. - 7889


1058
1000


1142
979


1084
810


754
699


697
651


515
649


438
498


404
460


408
436


374
370


344
360


278
305


261
264


198
201


152
161


71
93


33
48


11
11


3
4








134 HATFIELD


8631 {


M. - 4308
F. - 4323


679
664


650
553


607
411


413
883


347
373


276
328


333

364


217
255


337
222


330
309


178
176


161
171


165
138


102
95


73
76


35

48


16
26


8
12


1
1








135 ST. ALBANS -


21079 {


M. - 9844
F. - 11236



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