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4




11


16


50


76


148


861


811


66


7


5


3






1068


51


1109




75-


















3




6


13


21


34


95


162


156


22


5


1






517


20







80-
















1






2


6


7


10


20


43


54


35


3


1






183


8


191




85-
























1


1


5


1


4


18


10


8


1




. .


44


2


46




90-


































1


2


3


1






7




7




95-


























1










1


1








3




8




100
.,& upwards


}■




















































Wivc^ whose
Husbands were


1


. 10


03


14


7 850


2508


4420


4423


4060


3743


3411


8080


2411


1696


1203


731


319


85


25


7


1




82740


1202


83942


resident with
them

Wives whose


32710 Wives whose Husbands
"Were resident with them.


Husbands were
absent


1 1


1 1
1 11


2


1


16


119


2U7


171


191


1S3


149


146


127


102


55


3


7


19
338


7


1








1546 W
wer


Ives whose Husbands
absent.


Tc


tal of Wives
Bnumerated -


04


15


7 366


2627


4627


4596


4251


3925


3660


3225


2538


1798


1317


75


8


92


26


7


1




84286 Tf
rate


tal of A
d.


Vli


^E8 enume-



South-midland Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



125



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.
DIVISION HI— SOUTH-MIDLAND COUNTIES.



Table 10. — Occupations of Males and Females, distinguishing those under 20 Years of Ao-e from those of

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







All Ages.




Under 20 Yeaes


20 Years of Age


Classes, Oedeks, and Sub-oedees.








OF Age.


AND UPWARDS, i




Peesons.


1 Males.


1 Females


Males.


Females.


Maxes.


1 Females.


AI.I. PERSOITS .......


1,442,654


702,223


740,431


336,645


332,878


365,578


407,553


CLASSES.
















I. PROFESSIOITAI. CI.ASS ....


39,649


25,666


13,983


6,448


6,401


19,218


7,582


II. DOMESTIC CI.ASS ...


361,246


20,683


340,563


3,904


46,795


16,779


293,768


III. COniniEBCIAI. CILASS . - - - -


28,334


26,314


2,020


5,321


163


20,993


1,857


IV. AGRICUI.TUKAI, CI.ASS - - ...


194,587


180,672


13,915


43,556


3,854


137,116


10,061


V. INDXISTRIAI. CI.ASS - ....


269,434


156,744


112,690


27,126


28,787


129,618


83,903


VI, IND]


BFINITE AN-S NOITPRODUCTIVE CI.ASS


549,404


292,144


257,260


250,290


246,878


41,854


10,382






ORDERS.
















r 1. Persons engaged in the General or Local Government of the


















Country - - - •


6,0CG


5,618


448


407


56


5,211


392


Class I. ^


2. Persons engaged in the Defence o/ «/ie CoMKiry


3,023


3,023





384





2,639






3. Persons engaged in the Learned Professions or in Lite-
rature, Art, and Science (with their immediate Sub-


















ordinates)


30,560


17,025


13,535


5,657


6,345


11,368


7,190




r 4. Wives and Women engaged generally in Household Duties
















Class II. <


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


253,741





253,741





14,642





239,099




Offices /or Man


107,505


20,683


86,822


3,904


32,153


16,779


54,669




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
















Class III. <


Goods o/ various Kinds


11,842


10,127


1,715


1,405


101


8,722


1,614


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


















and Messages


16,492


16,187


305


3,916


62


12,271


243




a. Persons possessing or working the Land, and engaged in growing
















Class IV. -


Grain, Fruits, Grasses, Animals, and other Products


185,916


172,012


13,904


42,038


3,854


129,974


10,050




9. Persons engaged about Animals


8,671


8,660


11


1,518





7,142


11




'lO. Persons engaged in Art avtd Mechanic Productions, in which


















Matters of various kinds are used in combination


55,747


53,229


2,518


8,669


548


44,560


1,970




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


















Dress


145,377


40,231


105,146


8,304


27,367


31,927


77,779




12. Persons laorkmg and dealing in Food and Drinks


30,480


27,463


3,017


4,802


292


22,661


2,725




13. Persons working and dealing in Animal Substances


2,199


2,066


133


373


60


1,693


73




14. Persons working and dealing in Vegetable Substances


9,823


8,393


1,430


1,220


410


7,173


1,020




15. Persons ioorAm^ anrfrfea/in(/ m Minerals


25,808


25,362


446


3,758


110


21,604


336




16. Labourers and others — B ranch of labour undefined


55,438


53,038


2,400


12,867


1,081


40,171


1,319




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-


10,855


1,703


9,152


20


89


1,683


9,063




ductive Occupation


483,111


237,403


245,708


237,403


245,708








O


^Inn-OEBER SUB-ORDERS.


















r 1. 1. officers of National Government


2,735


2,496


239


370


52


2,126


187




2. Officers of Local Government


3,260


3,051


209


37


4


3,014


205




3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government


71


71











71






2. 1. Army


2,738


2,738





369





2,369


_




2. Navy


285


285





15





270





Class I.


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


3,52G


3,339


187


42


4


3,297


183


2. Lawyers and Law Stationers


■ 2,093


2,090


3


315





1,775


3




3. Physicians, Surgeons, and Druggists


2,327


2,181


146


228


2


1,953


144




4. Authors, Literary Persons, and Students


X0,257


.5,317


4,940


4,419


4,789


898


151




5. Artists


645


559


86


62


19


497


67




6. Musicians


829


481


348


67


60


414


288




7. Actors ...


255


215


40


46


13


169


27




8. Teachers


10,284


2,500


7,784


453


1,458


2,047


6,326




9. Scientific Persons


344


343


1


25





318


1


f


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


220,461





220,461





14,470





205,991


1
Class II. j


2. Wives assisting generally in their Husbands' Business


33,280





33,280





172





33,108


5. 1. Engaged in Board and Lodging


9,704


7,070


2,634


84


78


6,986


2,556




2. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.) i-


97,801


13,613


84,188


3,820


32,075


9,793


52,113














1





* 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 effect of bringing now into Class II., Order 4, all Women (Wives, Widows, Daughters, or others) who have no specified occupation, but are usually
employed in hoiisehold duties. In 1861 the Wives oC Innkeepers, Publicans, Lodging-house-keepers, Shopkeepers, Slioemakers, Butchers, and Farmers were placed in the
same orders (namely, 5, 8, 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 TI. now comprises Persons whose occupations are indefinite or not stated. Persons of Eank or Property not returned under any olBce or occupation, and Scholars
and Children under the age of 15. Thus Scholars and Children under the age of 15 not returned as engaged in anv directly productive occupation, now foi-m by themselves
Order 18 ; whereas in 1861 they were grouped under Class II., Order 4. Students and Scholars of ages « and upioards are now in Class I., Order 3 ; in 1881 they were
included in Class II.

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

Note.— The number of persons referred to the particular Classes, Orders, and Sub-Orders must not be taken to represent the total number following the Occupations
mcluded therein ; for example, in addition to tlie persons returned in Class IV., Order 8, many persons connected with the land as Proprietors or Occupiers are classed
mider other heads accordmg to the Occupations in which they are principally engaged. See notes at toot of Table 11,



126



OOCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. III.



SOUTH-MIDLAND COUNTIES— cowimwed



Table 10.-



-OccuPATiONS of Maxes and Females, distingmshing those vmder 20 Years of Age from those of
20 Years and upwards— hx Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders — continued.





Classes, Oedees. aud Sue-oeeees.


AiL Ages.


TIndee 20 Tears

OF AGE.


20 Yeaes 01 Age
and UPWAEDS.




Peesows. II Maxes. Feiviaies.


Maxes.


Females.


Males. | Females.


Order

Sub-Oedee

"6. 1. Mercantile Persons
2. Other General Dealers


6,638
5,204


6,421
3,706


217
1,498


1,027
378


23

78


5,394
3,328


194
1.420


Class III..


7. 1. Carriers on Kail ways

2. „ on Roads

3. „ on Canals and Elvers

4. „ on Seas and Kivers

5. Engaged in Storage

6. Messengers and Porters


.5,219
5,095
1,834
521
469
3,354


.5,198
4,935
1,791
518
451
3,294


21
160
43
3
18
60


687

330

322

59

72

2,446


f

1

7
6

8
40


4,511

4,605

1,469

459

379

848


20
153
37
3
10
20


Class IV. ■


' 8. 1. Agriculturists

2. Arboriculturists - -

3. Horticulturists - - -


172,306

686

12,924


158,823

686

12,503


13,483
421


40,496

77

1,465


3,814
40


118,327

609

11,038


9,669
381




9i Persons engaged about Animaj^s,


8,671


8,660


11


1,518





7,142


11




'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


2,895
245
72
133
123
145

911
9
1,619
2,668
4,344
1,437

292

35,478

4,933

443


2,638

230

67

69

62

144

900
6
1,530
2,654
4,314
1,406

291

34,451

4,088

379


257
15

5
64
61

1

11

3

89

14

30

31

1

1,027

845

64


843
21
10
7
12
29

117

258
448
724
246

40

4,974

898

42


91
5
3

33
1

1

38
3
1
3

8
354

7


1,795

209

57

62

50

115

783
6
1,272
2,206
3,590
1,160

251

29,477

3,190

337


160

10

2

31

60

1

10

3

51

U

29

28

1

1,019

491

57




11. 1. Workers and Dealers in Wool ajid Worsted

2. „ „ Silk - •

3. „ „ Cotton and Elax

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


942

1,235

22,521

5,052

114,769

858


612
514
195
3,325
34,927
658


330
721

22,326
1,727

79,842
200


106
233
65
791
6,938
171


124

483

6,070

480

20,137

73


506
281
130
2,534
27,989
487


206
238

16,256
1,247

59,705
127


Class V.


7,333
11,380
11,767


6,930
10,434
10,099


403

946

1,668


1,342
1,863
1,597


44

94

154


5,588
8,571
8,502


359

852

1,514




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

Whalebone - . .

2. „ „ Skins, Feathers, and Quills

3. „ „ Hair


264

1,643

292


253

1,603

210


11
40
82


21

274
78


11
49


232

1,329

132


11
29
33




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 ...


712

4,392

34

1,684

3,001


639

4,333

30

1,601

1,790


73

59

4

83

1,211


144
429
6
184
457


26
9

16
359


495

3,904

24

1,417

1,333


47
50
4
67
852




806

3,029

10,286

452

55

4

186

407

58

581

22

12

741

9,169


806

2,978

10,143

355

51

4

185

386

57

577

22

11

737

9,050


51

143

97

4

1

21

1

4

1

4

119


138

304

1,413

57

7

7

43

12

86

3

1

110

1,577


2

79
10

1

6
1

11


668

2,674

8,730

298

44

4

178

343

45

491

19

10

627

7,473


49

64

87

3

1

15
1
3

1

4

108




'16. 1. General Labourers ...
2. Other Persons of indefinite Occupations


39,389
16,049


38,922
14,116


467
1,933


8,756
4,111


107
974


30,166
10,005


360
959


Class VI. .


17. 1. Persons of Bask or Peopektt not returned under any Office
or Occupation


10,855


1,703


9,152


20


89


1,683


9,063


■Wmn:! "Do


la. 1. Scholars and Children not engaged in any rfzVecrf^ Productive
Occupation


483,111


237,403


245,708


237,403


245,708





-



"ft,o ""f """»,' i'>=':»''"» '" rwMK iiisiiiumons, as well as persons described as Hiipernnnual , .1 ur nUi nl. -.m- referred to SDecifle occinations when
the nature of theu former emplojTuent has been stated, the residue being classed under Siii.-.,nicr 'J. Order 16, Class vi. ' '^ occupations wneu



South-Midland Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



127



Table 11. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age — In Registration Counties.



G.



Occupations.



6 MIDDLESEX (Extra-metropolitan).



Ages. — Males.



7 HERTFORDSHIRE.



All
Ages.



Under

5
Ycar3.



10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


4.5-


55- 65-

i



(75
&



Total of Males



I.— PsoPESSioifAL Class.

1. Civil Service.

Government Messengers, Workmen, &c,

Other Government Officers .


2. Magistrate (so retiirned)
OlHcer of law Court .

Police

Prison Officer

Municipal Parisli, Union, Officer

Other Local Government Officers

3. Hast India and Colonial Service



126141 17013 10271 16799 1M37 10024 17878 14256 10869 0064 3861 1 WO



2. 1. Army Officer (effective)

Army Retired and Half Pay Officer

Soldier

Militia, Volunteers
Army Pensioner .
Others



3.



Navy Officer (eilective)

Navy Retired and Half-pay Officer

Seaman, R.N.

Royal Marine

Coastguard, Royal Naval Reserve

Navy Pensioner .

Others



1. Clergyman ....
Protestant Minister
Roman Catholic Priest.
Missionary, Scripture Reader
Church, Chapel Officer
Others



2. Barrister

Solicitor, Attorney
Law Student
Law Clerk .
Law Stationer



.3. Physician, Surgeon

Medical Assistant, Student
Dentist ....
Chemist, Druggist
Otliers ....



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

5. Painter, Artist ...
Sculptor ....
Engraver ....
Photographer

Others engaged in the Fiiie Arts

0. Musician, Music Master
Otliers ....

7. Actor

Exhibitions, Shows — Service
Others engaged in Tlieatres, &c.

8. Schoolmaster

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer
Otliers



9. Civil Engineer

Other Scientific Persons



11.— Domestic Class.

1. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican

Beerseller

Lodging-house, Boarding-house Keeper
Coffee-house, Eating-house Keeper
Institution Service
Others

2, Domestic Servant (General)

Coachman

Groom

Gardener .

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



111.— COMMEKCIAL CLASS.



1. Merchant

Banker

Bank Service ....
Insurance, Benefit Society, Service
BroSer, Agent, Pactor .
Salesman (not otherwise described)
Auctioneer, Valuer, House Agent.

Accountant '

Commercial Clerk
Commercial Traveller .
Other Mercantile Men



6i6

476

10

39

61

816

8

180

5

29



105
14
36
28
92

109
301

48

874

26

270
84
39

223
3

66
1791

113

14

64

81

8

114

2

6

8

13

396

230

1

127
27



842
377
10
38



1195
428
389
803
605
35
33



416

20

251

142

457

24

104

183

1486

318

14



11



11

76

4

20

7
14

1

1614



23 146

6 82



23



All

AgesJ



|J5,178 13,009 12090 11177 9389 7447 120119771 8520 040438711429



221 141
61
3
12
40 12



Ages. — Males.



Under

5


5-


10-


1.5-


20-


2.5-


35-


45-


5,5-


65-


75


Years.




















upii"



183

140

6

19
16
191

24
81
5



275



7
90

118
27

8
106

4

6

767

16
3
1

28
3



881

213

6

2

61

1

843
226
414
429
168
6
17



12



68



711



33



27



11



30



62



Note.— In the present and subsequent Tables the Occupations are arranged according to the principle of classification adopted in the preceding Summary. The figures
prettxed to the Occupations indicate the several Orders and Sub-orders in which they have been classed ; but where a particular Occupation is inapplicable to the sex, or
where no persons are classified as following it, the item is omitted in order to save space. The Occupations classed under " Others" in the several Sub-orders appear in
detail in the Summary Table for England and "Wales.

The Tables do not always give the total number of persons wholly or partially foUowing any particular Occupation ; as many individuals have two or more Occupations,
under only one of which (generally the most important) they are classed.

The numbers returned under trades, manufactures, and some professions, include apprentices, assistants, and workpeople, as well as employers. Very young persons
are thus sometimes classed under Occupations followed chiefly by adults.

The Table is read thus -.—In the Bxtra-mMropolitan part of Middlesex there were 248 Clergymen of all ages, of whom 3 wct'c aged 20 and under 25 years, 54 aged 25 and
under 35 years, 58 aged ,35 and under 45 years, and so on for each respective column of age. See Order 8 Sub-order 1.



128



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. III.



Table 11.— Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age — In Registration Counties— cowiMiiieci



Occupations.



6 MIDDLESEX {Extra-metro)— cont.



Ages. — Males — cont.



All

Ages.



Undei-

5
Years.



6- 2. Pawnbroker

— cont. Shopkeeper (branch undefined)
General Dealer ....
Huckster, Costenuonger
Hawker, Pedlar ....



8i



1. Railway Engine Driver, Stoker .
Railway Officer, Clerk, Station-master
Railway Attendant, Servant

2. Toll Collector, Turnpike-gate KeeiJer
Coach, Omnibus, Cab Owner, and Livery

Stable Keeper . . . ^
Coachman (not domestic) , Cabmail, Fly-
man

Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman
Others



3. Inland Navigation Service
Bargeman, "Waterman .
Others ....



4. Shipowner ....
Steam Navigation Service .
Ship Steward, Cook . *
Seaman (Merchant Service)
Harbour, Dock Service, Labourer
Wliarfinger .
Others



5. Warehouseman .
Meter, AVeigher .

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy
Cotton Porter

Telegraph Company Service.
Others engaged in 3Iessages

IV.— Ageioultueal Class.



1. Land Proprietor (so retui-ned) * .

Farmer, Grazier

Parmer's Son, Brother, Grndsn., Nephw,

Parm BailitT

Agricultural Labourer ....
Shepherd (outdoor) . . , .
Parm Servant (indoor) ....
Land Surveyor, Estate Agent

Land Drainage Service ....
Agric. Machine Proprietor, Attendant .
Others engaged in Aprieultztre .

2. "Woodman

3. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Florist ,

Gardener

Others engaged in Horticulture .

1, Horse Proprietor, Dealer

Horse Breaker ....
Horsekeeper, Groom, Jocke.y
Farrier, Veterin.ary Surgeon
CattU^ Sheep, Pig Salesman.

Drover

Gamekeeper

"Vermin Destroyer.

Fisherman

Others engaged about Animals .



10.



v.— IifDUSTKiAL Class.

1. Bookseller, Publisher .

Bookbinder

Printer

Newspaper Agent, News-room Keeper
Others engaged in Publications

2. Musical Instriunent Maker, Dealer
Others . ....



3. Lithographer, Lithogi'.aphic Printer
Others

4. "Wood-carver

Otliers



Toy Maker, Dealer
Otliers .



G. Pattern Designer .
Type-founder
Otliers ....

7. "Watch Maker, Clock Sinker.

Philosoph. Instrument Mkr. ; Optician
"Weighing Machine, Scale, Measure, Mkr
Otliers



8. Surgical Instrument Maker .

9. Gunsmith, Gun Manufacture



Otliers



10. Engine and Machine Maker.
ABricultural Implement Machine Mkr

Millwright

Tool Maker, Dealer

Pile Maker, Dealer
Saw Maker, Dealer

Cntlor

Needle Manufacture .

Pin ^Manufacture ....

Others engaged in Tool Making, die.

11. Coachmaker

"Wheelwright ....
Others engaged about Carriages .



293
54
241



74
436
536

40

97

938

977

1

85

511

6

9

9

10

123

28
20
32

220



770



158
782
211
171
6293
103
222
39

4
12



3.-)l
4291



10-



15-



20-



25-



35-



45-



55-



65-



24
3
658
189
68
72
66
11
70
23



63
346
06
16

131
10

23
14

8
19

10
9

15
18
41

221

23

12

1



1200
256

342
10
89
18
4
3
37
1



.868
357
12



14
90
39
26
1149
25
25
7



46



16
155
17
35
1116
25
22
10



ISO
6
47
1020
16
16
10



20



All
Ages.



7 HERTFORDSHIRE— co7rf.



A GES. — Males —cont.



Under

5 5-
Y'en.rs. 1



10-



15-



20-



35-



45-



55-



65-



75
&



13

258

24

211



269
412

30

13

275
342



65

350

2



10
5
9
3

38
1

415

1

15



139

1621

521

354

18007

685

814

39

11

34



97

1620

28



10
11

752
71
65
28

313

14

4

37



29

14

159

22

3


3



116
3



13
1

106
31
63
1

2
1



174

4(13



oc^aton^rettere'Ssitied"^™'^ Proprietors" is not the entire number of persons M'ho own land; for many owners having returned



2170

28

159



6

167

1

2625

49



49



152

11

1916

.89

109

5

1

6



74



7

187

133

69

2891

86

60

7

4

9

1



18
884
47
90
2667
116
81



53



41



1 I 1
themselves



335
3

6<1
1884
98
22
5



under professions or



South-midland Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



129



Table 11. — -Occupation of Males at different Periods of Age — In Registration Counties — oonMnned.







6 MIDDLESEX (Extra-metro.)— cant |


7 HERTFORDSHIRE— COT? i.


Occupations.


Ages.


— Males — cont.




Ages. — Males — cont.




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1




1 175-


, , , Uiuler










1


1


ALL 1 c 1


5-


10-


15- 20-125-


35- 45- 55-65-


^,


ALL r,
VoEa. ^ •'


5-


10-


15- 20-


25-


3.5- 45- 55-'(i.5-j ;,




gieard.l






1




1 inp'-jl


Ymvfi.










J '


1 lup...


to— colli.














1


1
































12. Saddler, Harness, AThiii Maker .


204




1


3


2. J


26


47


25 39


28


6


4


193






3


31


25


46


39


29


15


10


4


13. Ship-builder, Shipwriglit, Boat-builder


91






1


7


13


2!)


19 11


7


3


1


211








3


3


7


2


1


3


1




Sail Maker


16






2






5


3 2


3


1


1


2














1








i


Others ....


2








i






1
































It. House Proprietor* ....


173








2


:!


8


17 31


.3(1


HI


22


56












2


7


13


16


12


6


Architect . ....


127








13


32


40


23


10


11


3


1



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