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Ages.— Males.



All
Ages,



tjnder

5
Vears,



10-



15-



20-



25-



35-



45-



55-



65-



2S387 3790 3703 3426 2762 2066 8371 2883 2550 19681291



2
111



304
18

1



101

39

24

1

1



13



100



16



11



24



64



16



South-midland Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



Table 15. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age — In Registration Counties — continued.



10 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE— coTOi.



Occupations.



Ages. — Males — cont.



Uoilei"

All r.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


^^^^- Venrs.





















7. 2. Toll Collector, Turnpike-gato Keopor .
—cont. Coach, Omnibus, Cab Ownor.and Livery

• Stable Keeper , . .

Coachman (not domestic) Cabman, Fly-
man

Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman

8. Inland Navii«ition Service .

Bargeman, "Waterman ....
Otliers

4. Steam Navigation Service .
Seaman (Merchant Service) .
Harbour Dock Service, Labom-er .
"Wharfinger

6. "Warehouseman

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy .
Telegraph Company Service.



IV.— AGEICUlTtTRAL CLASS.

1. Land Proprietor (so retiu'ned) * .
Parmer, Grazier ....
Parmer's Son, Brother, Grndsn., Nephw.

Parm Bailift

Agricultural Labourer .

Shepherd (outdoor)

Farm Servant (indoor) .

Land Surveyor, Estate Agent

Land DrainEige Service .

Agric. Machine Proprietor, Attendant

Others engaged in Agriculture .

2. "Woodman



10,



3. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Florist
Gardener
others engaged in Horticulture



1. Horse Proprietor, Dealer
Horse Breaker
Horsekeeper, Groom, Jockey
Farrier, veterinary Surgeon .
Cattle, Sheep, Pig Salesman .

Drover

Gamkeeper ....
Vermin Destroyer.
Fisherman ....
others engaged about Animals



v.— INDUSTEIAL CLASS.

1. Bookseller, Publisher ....
BooklQinder ....

Printer ■

Newspaper Agent, News-room Keeper .
Others engaged in PiMications .

2. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer
Others

3. Lithographer, Lithographic Printer .
Others

4. "Wood-carver

Others

6. Toy Maker, Dealer ....
Others

6. Pattern Designer

Otliers

7. "Watch Maker, Clock Maker.
Philosoph. Instrument Mfcr. ; Optician

8. Surgical Instrument Maker .

9. Gunsmith, Gun Manufacture
Others



145
351

48

189

3

20
5
8

68

511

24



161

2763

802

224

21631

925

728

32

2

68

24

179

40
1064



12
22

803
60
78
78

199

84

6

SO



10. Engine and Machine Maker.
Spinning, "Weaving, Machine Maker .
Agricultural Implement Machine Mkr.

Millwright

Tool Maker, Dealer . . . .
Saw Maker, Dealer . . . .

Cutler

Pin Manufacture

Others engaged in Tool Making, &c. .

11. Coachmaker

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

12. Saddler, Harness, "Whip Maker .

13. Ship-builder, Shipwriglit, Boat-builder

14. House Proprietor '
Architect
Surveyor
Builder .

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



45

169

15

8

20
1



13

12

125

4



17
1

656
2

44

60
4
1

26
1

32

396

412
40

264

34

81

31

24

280

2099

1047

5

882

34

101

12

634



251



3181
4
61



14

298

1

2952

21

378

1

3

12



65

216

14

1850

37

139



30



16
863
194

41
3102
155

67



27

533

68

58

3030

192



41



170



179
7
29
2304
69
28
10

2
1



27

182
1

12
1603

89
8
6



All
Ages.



8

3
54
331
188

1
136

3
16

1
134



17



14



11 HUNTINGDONSHIRE— co«<.



Ages. — Males — cont.



65
1022



246
22
81
67
36
7
3
11



Uuder

5
Yenrs.



10-



15-



20-



25-



35-45-



55-



65-



73
130



470

347

1

30



141
1



84



1246

3

18



10



1180



138
71
9
1337
31
10
1

2
1



11

206

17

22

1109

48

7

1

7
1



14



11



17



31



19



10



*The number returned as "Land Proprietors "or "House Proprietors" is not the entire number of persons who own land or houses; for many owners having retntnecl
themselves under professions or occupations are there classified.



142



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. III.



Table 15. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of A^e— In Registration- Counties — continued.



Occupations.



10 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE— cowi.



Ages. — Males— cont.



'•Ire;



. JTTnder I
All I k 5_
AGE3.I * ' "



10-



15-



20-



25-



35-



45-



5.5-



65-



X0.15. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer
—'Cont. Undertaker ....

Carver and Gilder.

Furniture Broker, Dealer



16. Manulacturiug Chemist, Labourer
Dyer, Scourer, Calenderer .
Others



IX.



14.



IS.



1. "Woolstapler ....
"Woollen Cloth Manufacture .
Stuff Manufacture
Carpet, Bug, Manufacture .

a. Silk, Satin, Manufacture
Silk Merchant, Dealer .

3. Plax, Linen Manufacture
Lace Manufacture.



4. Weaver (not otherwise described)
Manchester ■Warehouseman .
Draper, Linen Draper, Mercer
Fancy Goods Manufacture, Dealer

5. Hairdresser, "Wig Maker
Hatter, Hat Manufacture
Straw Pla.it Manufacture
Furrier, Skinner ....

Tailor

Milliner

Stay Maker, Ladies Outfitter
Hosiery Manufacture .
Hosier, Haberdasher .

Glove Maker (all except leather) .
Shoemaker, Bootmaker.
Uihbrella, Parasol, Stick, Maker .
Laundry Keeper ....
Others providing Dress

6. Mat Maker, Seller
E-ope, Cord Maker

Canvas, Sailcloth Manufacture, Dealer
Sacking, SEick, 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, Dealer
Others



3. Maltster

Brewer

Wine and Spirit Merchant .

Cellarman

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

Sugar Refiner ....
' Grocer, Tea Dealer

Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff, Mnf., Tobacconist

OOiers



13. 1. Tallow Chandler
Cdmb-inaker .
Others .



. Fellmonger

Tanner

CuiTier

Leather Case, Portmanteau, Bag Maker
Others



3. Brush, Broom, Maker



1. Oil-miller, Refiner
Oil and Colourman
French-polisher ....
India Rubber, Gutta Percha, Mnf., Dlr
Others



Timber, Wood, Merchant, Dealer.

Sawyer

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

. Cork Cutter, Manufacturer .
Others "Workers in Bark



4. Basketmaker.

Hay and Straw Dealer

Thatcher

Others .



5. Rag Gatherer, Dealer
Paper Manufacture
Stationer (not Law)
Other Workers in Paper



1. Coal Miner ....
iron Miner ....
Miner (branch undefined) .
Coal Mine Service.
Mine Service (Metal not stated)



12
14
1

2

21
1

2
38

12

2

523

3

102

30

5

9

1010

3

20

5

16

1

16026

8

2

2

62

56

1

5

3



68
3

947
25
15
83

116
408
945
65
70
1

114
312
63
14
18
11
800
27
12



26
1
7

50
99
661
6
9

21



10

4
18

1
28

109
418
40
67
10
86



745
4
2



11



27



1295



63



2200



17



20



102



2029



8
1

104
1

13

4
3
1
178
1
1
1
3

3791
2



34



67
1

21

V

2
195

6

4

1

1575

2



17



11 HUNTINGDONSHIRE— coTii.



Ages. — Males — cont.



All
Ages.



Under

5
Years.



10-



15-



20-



25-



35-



124



63



112

22



31
3

236

2

7.

14

60
192
209

18

21
1

35 I
120
15
3



204
1

2



4
14

17 I

7
1



18



24



45



62



34



18



27



16



35



26



81



45-55-



10



53



65



27



16



South-midland Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



143



Table 1 5. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age — In Registeation Counti






itinued.






10 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE— cowi.


11 HUNTINGDONSHIRE— coTOi.


Occupations.


Ages. — Males — cant.


Ages. — Males — cant.




Alt ""I"'


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


75

65- &

up""


ALL ''"^«'
. A™^- Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75

&

up''^


15. 2. Coal Merchant, Dealer .

—cont. Coal-heaver, Labourer ....

Coke Burner, Dealer ....

Cliimney Sweeper

Gas Works Service ....

Other Workers in Coal.

3. Stone Quarrier

Stone Merchant, Cutter, Dresser .
limestone Quarrier, Lime-Burner
Brick Maker, Dealer ....
Railway Labourer, Platelayer, Navvy .
Eoad Contractor, Inspector, Surveyor .

Road Labourer

Scavenger, Dust Collector .

Ofliers

i. Earthenware Manufacture

Tobacco-pipe Maker ....
Earthenware and Gflass Dealer .

6. Worker in Glass

6. Dealer in Salt

7. Waterworks Service ....
Others

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller.
Plater, Plated Ware Manufacture

9. Copper Manufacture ....
Coppersmith

10. Tinplate Worker, Tinmaji .

Tinker

12. Lead Manufacture ....

13. Brass Manufactui*e, Brazier.
Locksmith, Bellhanger.
Gas Fitter ....

Wire Worker, Drawer ....
Otli^rs

14. Iron Manufacture. ....

Whitesmith

Blacksmith

Nail Manufacture

Anchorsmith, Chainsmith .
Ironmonger, Hardware, Dealer .
Steel Manufacture, Worker .
Others


240
87
2

110
3

21

23

35

421

866

11

160

8

10

7
11
23-

1

1

10

3

19
1

a

7
96

8
1

49
7

48
2
8

688

64

1016

10

1

162

i




i


8

B

10
2

i

2

32

9

2

24
22


18

8

18
10

4
3
4

61

68
1
2
1

1

3

1

1

2

1
3

13

1

7

1
4

99
10

148
2

26


17
8

10
15

6

3

3

63

145

i
i

1

3
1

16

1

6
2
5

2

108
8

148
3

28


38
19

IB
29

6

4
3

89

253

1

13

4

2

4
4

1
6

i

19

2

9
2

14

i

168
9

233
1

27


67
22

1
16
27

1

3

4
8

77

188

2

21
1
3

1
1

4

4
1

6

1
2

20
1

6

li

4

112
7

149
1
1
21


48
10
1
16
17

1

2

3

61

133

2

41

3

1

2
2

3

1

i

12

6

1
7
1

46
10
150

si
i


32
9

2
6

2

4

8
27
48

3
27

12

23
94


24 3
6 .

6 2
4

2 .

2 '.

3 1
16 4

7 .
2

36 8
2 .

i

1

2 1

1 5

6 ;
i

8
1

55 1
1 .

3


41
20

17
20
14

4

2

141

108

3

27

4

1

3

4

7

7

3

27
1

i 6

3

16

4
34

2 13

3 256

2

2 40
1
1




i


1

1

i


3

i

1
2

10
6

i

2
3

44

16

i


5

1

2

2

17

4

2

8
1
36

4


6

4

2
5
4

2

si

35
3

i

2
1

1

2
5

2
6

10
1
61

4


9
6

.3
6

1

2i

32

4
1

i

1
i

8
3

i
i

9
3

35

6


7

a

7
4
2

37
22

1
10

1

3

4

27

1

6


6

. 6

2

1
1

i

9
8
1
6
1

i

3

2

1

2

17

1

2

1


3

2

i

4
7

19

2


1


vi.— ikdewnite and noh
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Lab

2. Artizau, Mechanic
Engine Driver, Stoker
Factory Labourer].
Shopman, Assistant
Apprentice .
Vagrant, Gipsy
Others of undefined Oc


-PEO
mrer

cupa


BUCI

tion


IVE


6601

31

389

17

25

30

7

1671




28

i
i


693

1

7
2
8
3

IS


768

6
63
1

6

26

3

386


608

6
69
3
3
1

91


886

6

107
5
3

i

103


849

6

84
3
2

i

132


690

3

37
S

1

144


543

1
6

i

i

154


404 14

2
4

i

300 34


2 958
4

2 26

10

3

7

8

7 291




8


116

2

1


113
1
3
1
1
6
1
61


122
1
3

2
1
2
1
28


139

9
3

2
17


133

2
6
1

i

20


114
6

i

19


98

i

i

13


84

i

48


31

i

85


17. 1. Gentleman, Independent, Annuitant .


245






1


1


11


17


24


28


46


60 6


7 34










1


1


2


5


7


6


12


18. 1. Scholars

Children of no stated


coup


ition


• :


20881
18657


3113
1368S


1180
3352


4 6964
1722




















5294
. 3871


827
2963


3018
592


1449
316
























Table 16. — Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age — In Registration Counties.



• ■






10 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.


11 HUNTINGDONSHIRE.


Occupations.


Ages. — Females.


Ages.— Females.




All
Ages.


Under

5
Years


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75

&

up'''


All
Ag-es.


Undei

5
Years


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75

&
up'i«


Total of Females - - -


124870


16966


15S48 13664


11536


10238


16988


13785


11318


7991


6089


1997


29659


4038


3665


3399


2620


2369


3768


3070


2738


2024


1417


661


I.— Pbofessional Class.

1. L Civil Service .

Others

2. Prison Officer

Municipal, Parish, Union Officer




33

4

6
20






1


4
3

i


3

i


4
6


4

2
6


7

1

2

4


6

1

2


8


1


7

1

3
6






\


2


2
1


2

1




1
3




2




1


3. 1. Missionary, Scripture Eeade
Church, Cihapel Officer.
Others ....

3. Ctemist, Druggist
Midwife

4. Author, Editor, Writer

■ Students and Others .

6. Painter, Artist
Photographer

6. Musician, Music Mistress
Others ....

7. Actress ....

'8. Sqhool Mistress .
Teacher, Governess
Other Teachers . ,


r


9
5
1

4
21

1

614

2

6

30

7

625

617

2






38


eoi
i

4

3

44
164


1

12

i

12

2

108
148


2

1

2

9

1
1B2
105


3

i

4
1

1

2

104

36

1


96
19
1


2
3

3
6

63
11


6

49
8


i

10
3


4
186

13

1

170
150






10


183

2
1

13
44


27
46


64
32


21

7


1

20
6


22
5


13







* It is probable tha,t a considerable munber of the children here returned were under tuition, although not described as " Scholars " in the Householders' Schedules.



144



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



Table 16. — Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age — In Eegistration Counties — continued.



Occupations.



10 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE— coTO^.



Ages. — Females — cont.



Ail
Ages.



lUnder


















5


5-


lU-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


5b-


I YearB.



















75

65- &
'up'''



II.— Domestic Ciass.

1. Wives and others engaged in Houselwld
Duties

Wife of Inn Keeper, Publican, Beerseller
Wifeof Lodging-ho.,Boarding-ho. Keeper
Wife of Sliopkeeper (brancli undefined)
Wife of Farmer, Grazier
Wife of Shoemaker ....
Wife of Butcher



35195

793
9

166
2185
7027

«2



1. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican

Beerseller

Lodging-house, Boarding-ho. Keeper
Coifee-house, Bating-ho. Keeper .
Institution Service

Others

2. Domestic Servant (General) .

Housekeeper .

Cook

Housemaid ....

Nurse

Laundrymaid!.

Inn Servant

Nurse (not Domestic Servant)

Charwoman

Others



III.— COMMEECIAL CLASS.

6. 1. Capitalist, Shareholder.

Saleswoman (not otherwise described)

Commercial Clerk.

Others

2. Pawnbroker

Shopkeeper (branch undefined). General

Dealer

Huckster, Costermonger
Hawker, Pedlar ....



1. Railway Attendant, Servant.

2. Toll Collector, Turnpike-gate Keeper .
Coach, Cab, Owner, Livery Stable Kpr.
Carrier, Carter

3. Boat, Barge— Woman ....
Otliers



175
49
26

6
71

1

7224

1461

774

1005

836

80

148

378

788

45



187
6



2020



1021
15
1
46
286
1
4



3141
13



3410
146



6. Warehousewoman

6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Girl

IV.— Ageicultttkal Class.

1. Land Proprietor (so returned) *
Parmer, Grazier ...
Farmer's Daughter, Grand-Dauj

Sister, Niece ...
Agricultural Labourer .
Farm Servant (in door)
Others



3.



Nurseiywoman, Florist
Gardener (not domestic Servant)



hter.



9. 1. Fisherwoman

Others engaged about Animals



v.— Indtjsteial Class.

10. 1. Bookseller, Publisher .

Bookbinder ....

Printer

Newspaper Agent ; Newsroom Keeper
Book Agent, Librarian .

2. In Musical Instruments

4. In Carvinff and Mgures

5. Toy-Maker, Dealer

6. In Designs, Medals, d:c.
1. Watch-Maker, Clock-Maker.

8. Surgical Instrament Maker .

9. Gunsmith, Gun Manufacture

10. Engine and Machine Maker.
Pin Manufacture .
Otliers

11. Coachmaker ....
Otliers

12. Saddler, Harness, Whip Maker

13. Sailmaker ....

14. House Proprietor*

Builder

Carpenter, Joiner .
Plumber, Painter, Glazier .

16. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer.
Furniture Broker, Dealer

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



207

1120

188

124

1

1

15



7

1

110
2
6

5

38
6



\



8217

170
2
33
382
2576
129



1552
160
280
359
104
34
64
11
23
7



7365

261
1
50
860
1790
108



6044
210

43
601
980

81



4323

103
3

26



106



2864 1221
7



All

Ages.



11 HUNTINGDONSHIRE— cowt



Ages. — Females — cont.



Under

5
Years.



10-



15-



20-25-



35-



45-



9706

327
1
69
886
239
147



1873
434
201
263
198
16
30
116
185
28



411
410
30



250



2286
67

12
143
63
37



1903
97

19

210

65



167



6 9



5 2



100



1607
83



47



* The number returned as "Land Proprietors "or "House Proprietors" is not the entire number of persons who own land or houses; for many owners havine returned
themselves under professions or occupations are there classified. o.;i""o»



South-midland Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



14.5



Table 16.— Occupations of Females at different Periods of Age— In Eegistiiation GovmiEn— continued.



Occupations.



10 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE— co1^t



Ages. — Females — cont.



AXL

Aqes,



Under

5 5-
Years. I



10-



15-



20-



35-



45-



55-



65-



11. 1. "Woollen Cloth Manufacture

2. Silk, Satin Manufacture «
Ribbon Manufacture .

3. Lace Manufacture
Cotton Manufacture

4. Weaver (not otherwise described)
Draper, Linen Draper, Mercei-
Pancy Goods Manufacturer, Dealer
Trimming Maker ....
Embroiderer ....
Others

6. Hair Dresser, Wig Maker .
Hatter, Hat Manufacture .
Straw iPlait Manufacture .
Furrier, Skinner ....

Tailoress

Milliner, Dressmaker .

Shirt Maker, Seamstress

Stay Maker, Ladies' Outfitter

Hosiery Manufacture .

Hosier, Haberdasher .

Glove Maker (all except leather)

Shoemaker, Bootmaker

Button Maker ....

Umbrella, Parasol, Stick, Maker .

Laundry Keeper ....

Otiiers

6. Mat Maker, Seller
Rope, Cord, Maker

Net Maker

Sacking, Sack, Bag, Maker, Dealer
Otliers ......



12. 1. Cowkeeper, Milkseller .

Cheesemonger ....

Butcher

Provision Cnrer, Dealer
Poulterer, Game Dealer
Fishmonger

2. Com, Plour, Seed, Merchant, Dealer

Miller

Baker

Confectioner, Pastry Cook .
Greengi'ocer, Pruit, Vegetable Dealer
Otliers

3. Brewer

Wine and Spirit Merchant .
Grocer, Tea Dealer

Tobacco, Cigar, Snuff Mnl., Tobacconist
Otliers



13. 2. Feather Dresser, Dealer

Otliers

3. Brush, Broom, Maker .

13:. 1. French-polisher ....

Others

2. Timber, Wood, Merchant, Dealer
Box, Packing-case Maker

4. Basket Maker
Otliers .

6. Rag Gatherer, Dealer
Paper Manufacture
Envelope Maker .
Stationer (not Law)
Paper Box, Paper Bag Maker
Paper Stainer



15. 2. Coal Merchant, Dealer
Others . . . .



3. Brick Maker, Dealer .

4. Tobacco-pipe Maker .
Earthenware and Glass Dealer

6. Worker in Glass ....

8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller

14. Blacksmith

Ironmonger

Others



VI. iNDEniflTE AND NOIf-PEODUCTIVE

Class.



16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer

2. Factory Labourer
Shopwoman, Assistant .
Apprentice ....
Machine Worker, Machinist
Vagrant, Gipsy
Others of undefined Occupation



17. 1. Gentlewoman, Independent, Annuitant



18. 1. Scholars

Children of no stated Occupation*



4
1

6360

1

4
162
30
7
3
3

4
7
SO



29S9

517

223

7

10

3

1562

1

US2



19



1258



21929
20083



3005
13961



157



11672
3167



1621

i

74



7252
2655



681



72



23



50



67



92 163 250 395



273



11 HUNTINGDONSHIRE— coTi^.



Ages. — Females — cont.



All

A&ES



Qiulor




















5


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


3,5-


45-


55-


65-


Yrarfl,





















75

&

up'''



678
1



3

47

1

26

709

101

6

1

6

19



327

4

2
1
1
1



203
3

2



11
5 I



14
9



6028 I SS2 3017
4313 I 3106 623



2129
564



79



107



42



32



24



107



79



59



39



96



* It is probable that a considerable number of the children here returned were under tuition, although not described as " Scholars " in the Householders' Schedules.
32181. T



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. III.



Table 17.— Occupations o


' Males at different Periods of Age-


—In Registration (


;!ou


NTH


:s.












12 BEDFORDSHIRE.


13 CAMBRIDGESHIRE.


Occupations.


Ages. — Males.


Ages. — Males.




ALL '^f

^<^^^- Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45- &5-


75
55- &

up"!'


All
Ages.


Jnder

5
Years,


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35-


45- 55- 65-' &'


Total of Males . - - .


nsu


10257


9421


8800


5871


5335


3778


7306


6S61


4624


2851


1040


94301


12903


11481


10559


3244


3113


12198


)269


am


3205


H17


7 IS


I.— Peofessios-ai. Class.

1. 1. Civil Service

Govcrament Messengers, Workmen, &c.
Other Governjiient Officers .

2. Magistrate (so returned)

Officer of Law Court ....

Police

Prison Officer

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

3. East India and Colonial Service .


59

76

5

26
11
138
15
49
1

20






3

2


8
7


7
9

22


6

20

3

56

3

11

4


4
12

6
8

34

4
7

6


7

11

2

6

2
11

6
18

5


12

11

1

9

2

9

2

10

6


9

4
2

1
1
4
1
6
1


3


105

89

3

33
13
196
16
94

3






2
8


13

14


10
12

i

33

2
8


19
26

6
1

60
1

13

2


13
10

1

3
3

66

2

22


18
6

3

2
28

6
17


13

7

9
2

18
6

16


9
6
1

9
3
2

13


8

i

1

;t
1


2. 1. Army Officer (effective)

Army Retired and Hall Pay Officer .

Soldier/

Militia, Volunteers

Army Pensioner ....

2. Navy Officer (effective)

Navy Retired and Half Pay Officer .
Seaman. R.N. ...

Royal Marine

CoastRuard, Royal Naval Reserve
Navy Pensioner


12
27
19
37
41

6
10

2

18












2
1
6

11

2

i

2
2


6
6
2
10
6

3
1

2


4
10
6
9
13

1
3

3


4

3

4

1

4

6


1

5

9
1

4




i


1
4
30
45
74

2
3
1

3
13










10

2

'.


1
1
13
11
10

1

i


4

18
13

i

2


i

10
18

i

4


i

1
1
12

2


16

2

3


1

1

s
i


3. 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

Others

i. Author, Editor, Journalist .

Students and Others ....

6. Painter, Artist

Sculptor

Engraver

Photographer . . • •
Others engaged m the Fine Arts .

6. Musician, Music Master

7. Actor . . • „ • • ■
Exhibitions, Shows— Service
Others engaged in Tlwatres, &c. .

8. Schoolmaster

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer

Otliers

Other Soientiflc Persons


155
86
2
4
34
14

9
56
1

57

78
29

7
94

1

3

42B

3

i

16

40

8
12
9

170
66

1
16

6








23

13

14

396

2
4

8
29

S


14

12
20

6

4

i

32

8

1


34
19

2
6

8

13

13

20
6
1

29
1

1

4

2

i

7

15

3
2
3

59
4

1

7

2


36
11

1
2

6

1

17

3

19
3
3

14

1
3

3

8

1
8
1

31

7

1


36

24
1
1
9
1
2
7

3

14
1
1
6

i

3
3

i

21
7

1
2


27
12

i

8
1

2
6

16
16

2


21
8

3

1
9

8
4

i

3

i

7
2

1
1.


1

4
6

3

1


260
92
3
7
65
31

10
76
11

129
2

106

26

6

122

2

9

612

18
2
6

36

1

69

1

63

160

122

28

13

82




2


li

5

i




14

i


30

27
380

9

5
36

1
3


6
6

i

18

10

4
29

2
6

20
1

1
164

1

i

7
9

7

22
11

4

2
4


66

27

2
4
6

3
12

2
26

23
9
1

23

2
44

6

i

9

20

13

46

19

8

7
6


61
19



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