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3

15

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45
3
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Table 21. — Number, Ages, and Country of Birth of Foreigners, being Natives of European States, enumerated

in the Registration or Union Counties of the Eastern Division.





All Ages. |


Under
5

Yeiu'H.


5-


10-


1.5-


20-


2.5-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75


■VVheee eoen.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw.


Total Watives of 1
European States J.


1,193 [


M. 717
P. 476


7
4


7
21


3.:

22


82
45


91
73


221
136


157
91


66
46


34
17


la

12


i
9


BOEN IN,—

Feahce


241, [


M. 88
F. 156


4
2


6

8


10
10


S
23


7
28


19
29


13

26


5

14


12

7


4


3
6


SWITZEELAND


74{


M. 19
F. 55




i


3

2


2
8


3
11


5
19


2
9


2
4


2
1






Spain


c

09 J


M. 14
F. - 8




i


2


1
3




6


2
2


2

1




1
1




POETUGAL


«{


M. 6
F. - 3








3


^


1
1


1




i






Italy


76(


M. 63
F. 13






2
2


6


9

2


21
2


8


8
1


6
3






Geeece


3[


M. 2
P. 1






i




1


1












Turkey'


«{


M. 4
p. - 5






1
1


1
1








1
1








Austria*


«{


M. 4
F. - 2






1




1


i




1








HUNGAEY*


-{


M. . 1
F.

















1








Geemany, includiuf; Pi; cst;iA -


417 {


M. 242
P. 175






8
2


9

7


21

22


85
71


75
44


25
16


11

3






Belgium




M. 13
P. - 14






1


3


1
1


6
3


5
3


2
2


i






Holland


79[


M. 57
F. 22






4


7


3
5


18
5


17
1


5
5


2






Denmark


39{


M. 35
F. 4






i


8

1


8


10
1


6


3








NOESVAY


9l{


M. 85
P. - 6








26


20

2


23

2


13

1


2
1








Sweden


4S(


M. - 46
P. 2






2


9


13


15
1


6
1


1








Russia


18{


M. - 11
F. 7






2




1
1


6

1


1
1


3


1






Poland


26{


M. 22
F. - 3











2

1


6


6


6

1


i




2 1



. 2i7j<f .— The Counlrv of Ijirth of Persons horn in Foreipn Parts was roqnh-ed to be slated in tlie Householders' Schedule, but owins to a want of precision in the mode
of pii'iiu: that information it is probable that the natives of Austria and Huiisary are uiidirslatcd m these Tables, and tliat tlie numbers referred to Germany include some
persons born in the aliovc Countries. .

This .and the three followinp Tables include only the natives of Foroisn Countries and not the children of Foreign Parents born m the United Kingdom.



Eastern Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF FOREIGNERS.



213



Table 22. — Occupations of Foreigners (Males), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the
Registration or Union Counties of the Eastern Division.



Males.



Occupations.



Total of Males -

1.— Peofessional Class.
1.. 1. Civil Service .



2. Police



2. 1. Army Officer (effective) .
Soldier ....



1. Roman Catholic Priest .
Missionary, Scripture Reader
Others ....

2. Barrister
Law Cleric



3. Physician, Surgeon

Dentist ....
Chemist, Drnj?2;ist .

A, Author, Editor, Journalist
Interpreter, Translator .
Students and Other's

5. Painter, Artist
Sculptor ....
Photographer

6. Musician, Music Master .
Sti'eet Musician

V. Exhibitions, Sliows— Service

S. Sclioolmaster .

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer

0. Civil Engineer



SI.— Domestic Class.

Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican
Lodging-lio., Boarding-ho., Keeper

. Domestic Servant (General)
Coachman

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



Under
20

Years.



131



III.— CoMMEECiAL Class.

Merchant . . . .
Broker, Agent, Factor
Commercial Clerk .
Commercial Traveller .



20

YciiT't

and

upw



Occupations.



Under
20

Years.



9.



mif.

2. Sliojikooper (brjinrU undefined).

General Dealer ....

HawUia', Prdlar ....

:. R-ailwayOITicor, Clerk, Staiion-maHtcr

11. Bargeman, .'Waterman .

i'. Steam Na^'i'Jralion Service . •
Ship Steward, Cook
Si\nnan (Merchant Service) .

Pilot

Harbour, Dock Service, Labourer .

G. Messenger, Porter, BiTand Boy



IV.— AGEicui.TtntAL Class.

1. Land Proprietor (so returned)
Farmer, Grazier
Agricultural Labourer .
Others engaged in AiyricuHure

3. Gardener ....

1. Horse Proprietor, Dealer
Gamekeeper .
Fisherman ....



-Industktal Class.



10. 1. Printer

2. Musical Instrument Maker, Dealer

3. Lithographer, Lithographic Printer

4. Modeller.

6. In Desiffns

7. Watch Maker, Clock Maker
10. Engine and Macliine Maker



Cutler
11. Wlieelwright .

14. Carpenter, Johier .
Bricklayer
Mason, Pavior
Plumber, Painter, Glazier

15. Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer
Carver and Gilder .

1(3. In Chemicals .



20

Years

and

upw^



185
1
2



Occupations.



Under

20
Years.



20

Years

and

upw.



11. 2. Silk, Satin Manufacture

5. Hnirdresscr, Wig Maimer

Tailor

Shoemaker, Bootmaker .
Umbrella, Parasol, Stick Maker

13. 1. Butcher, Meat Salesman

2. Miller

Baker .....
Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Otlievs . ...

:!. Wine and Spirit Merchant .
Sugar Refiner
Grocer, Tea Dealer
Tobacco, Cigar, Snull", Manufacture,
Tobacconist



13.



2. Currier .
Leather Case,
Maker .



Portmanteau, Bag,



14. 1. Oil Miller, Eeliner .

India Rubber, Gutta Pereha, Manu-
facture, Dealer .

2. Timber, Wood Merchant, Dealer
Wood Turner, Worker .

4. Basket Maker

15. 2. Gas Works Service .

4. Earthenware and Glass Dealer

5. Glass Manufacture
8. Goldsmith, Silversmith, Jeweller

13. Gas Fitter ....

14. Iron Manufacture .
Blacksmith ....
Ironmonger, Hardware, Dealer

VI.— Indefinite and Non-pkoductivb
Class.

16. 1. General Labourer, Labourer .

2. Artizan, Mechanic ....
Engine Driver, Stoker .
Othei's of undefined Occupation .

17. 1. Gentleman, Independent, Annuitant

18. 1. Scholars



9
13

12
1



2

20

3

1

7

14

1



5

1
26



Table 23.— Occupations of Foreigners (Females), being Natives of European States, enumerated in the
Registration or Union Counties of the Eastern Division.



Females.



Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

up\v«.


Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years

and

upw^


Occupations.


Under

20
Years.


20

Years
and
upw*.


Total of remales - - -


92


384


4. 2. Wife of Farmer, Grazier






1


v.— Industkial Class.

11. 2. Silk, Satin Manufacture

5. Milliner, Dressmaker
Shoemaker, Bootmaker .
Laundiy Keeper ....

12. 1. Fishmonger

2. Baker

VI.— Indefinite and Non-productive
Class.

16. 2. Apprentice

others of zmdefined Occupation .

17. 1. Gentlewmn., Indepndnt., Annuitnt.


1

1




I.— Peofessional Class.


1

34

7


23

1

2

4
106


5. 1. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publicai

2. Domestic Servant (General) .

Housekeeper

Cook ....

Housemaid .

Nurse ....

Laundrymaid
Inn Servant

Charwoman ....
Companion ....


1


9
2
1
1
9
1


1

47
1
6
1

16

i

3

1


1

4

a
1


4. Students and Others
6. Musician, Music Mistress


*


1
1


8. School Mistress ....
Teacher, Cfoverness


24




II.— DoiiESTic Class.

•a. 1. Wives and others engaged in
Household Duties




160


III.— C0M5IEECIAL CLASS.

6. 1. In Merchandize ....




1
1


1

1


2. Hawker, Pedlar




1


3



214



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



[Div. IV.



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



Table 24,— BLIND.— Number and Ages of Males and Females returned as "Blind" or "Blind from Birth."



Ee;;isli"ilioii Counties.


All Ages.

Both Males and
Sexes. Females.


Under

5
Tears.


0-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35- 40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


If
ai


)0
d


IV.— BASTEEW ^
COVNTIES. )


1,318 {


M. 698
r. 620


l.T

21


32
16


20
21


17
17


24
21


25
18


.">1
24


49
26


44
24


61
26


46

44


61
36


44
37


69

67


74
79


69
63


36
61


13

24


6
13


2




la ESSEX -

15 SVFFOI.K

16 ITOKroiiK


406 {
519 {


M. 211
F. 182

M. 212
P. - 194

M. 27.5
F. 244,


7
9

3

6

5
6


11
1

12
8

9

7


7
6

6
7

7
8


5
5

1
2

11
10


9

8

7
5

8
8


4
10

12
6

9
3


9

10

11
8

14
6


14
10

17

4

IS
12


14
8

11
7

19
9


20
9

10
8

21
9


18
14

9
13

19

17


17

8

13
10

21

IS


14
12

14
10

16

16


13
19

19

18

27
20


IS
17

28
35

2S
37


14

12

19
20

26
31


16
11

9
16

10

24


1

12

7
7

5
5


i

4
3

2
9


2







BLIND FROM BIRTH.— Number and Ages of Males and Females returned as "Blind from Birth."

(Included in the foregoing Table.)





All Ages.


Under

5
iTears.


5-


10-






2.5-


30-


35-


40-


45-






60-


65-


70-






85-


90-


95-


100


Registration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


15- 20-


50- sa-


75- au-


and
upw.


IV.— EASTBRW 1
COUNTIES. i


110 [


M. 64
F. - 46


6

12


6
6


7
3


3

4


t


6


7

2


5

2


4


8

4


2
4


6
3


2
1


4


1















14 ESSEX

15 SUrPOIiK

16 nrOKFOIiK


36 [
35 {
39 {


M. - 22
F. - 14

M. - 20
F. 15

M. 23
F. 17


3

5

3

4


3

3

4

2


4
1

2
1

1
1


1

i

2

1


2
3

1
2

1


5


1

6
1


1

3
1

1

1


1
2
1


2
1

2

2


2

2


2

1
1

2
2


1

1
1


1
3


1
















Table 25. — DEAF-AND-DUMB. — Number and Ages of Males and Females returned as " Deaf-and-Dumb."





All Ages.


Under

5
Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


2.5-


so-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-






85-






95-


100


Rcf^istration Counties.


Both

Sexes.


Males and
Females.


75- 80-


yu-


ajid
upW.


IV.— EASTERW 1
COVXiTTIES. S


635 1


M. .345
F. 290


9

17


66

40


24
24


49
32


S9
36


34
27


ls

22


21
16


17
15


16
11


12
10


12
11


17
13


13

8


3

6


4
2


2


2








1& ESSEX

15 SVFFOIiK

16 3!rORFOI.K


210|
192 [
233 {


M. 105
F. 105

M. 107
F. 85

M. - 133
F. 100


3

7

3

4

3

6


12
13

19
15

24
12


13
10

5
8

6
6


20 12
10 11

10 12
10 12

19 16

13 13


13
10

9
5

12
13


5
9

B
6

S

7


3

4

9
6

9

5


9

4

2

4

6

7


1
5

8
4

7
2


3

4

4
1

6
5


2
3

4
4

6

4


4
6

7
2

6
5


3

4

7
2

3

2


4
3

i


2

i

2
1


i
i


2













Table 26. — IDIOTS or IMBECILES. — Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles in Asylums.



Registration Counties,


All

Both

Sexes.


Aei:s- Under

Males and -rr„
Females, ^^ars.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35- 40-


45-


50-


55- 60-


6,5-


70-


75-


80-


8.5-


90- 95-


100
and
upw*.


IV.— EASTEBW >
COUNTIES. ;


149 [


M. 103
F. - 46


_


4
1


20
10


26
11


18
6


7
4


8

4


3
1


4
2


6
3


6
1


2

1


i


1
1














-


1ft ESSEX -

15 EUFFOI.K

16 KTORFOIiX


98 (
13 [
38 {


M. - 68
F. 30

M. - 7
F. - 6

M. - 28
F. 10




4
1


20
10


18

8

4

4
1


16

4

i

2

1


3

3

i

4


3

2

2

3
2


3

1


2

i

2
1


1
1

1

3

2


1

4
1


2

1


i


i

1












'





Eastern Counties.]



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



21 r>



Number and Ages of Idiots or Imbeciles not in Asylums.





All Aoes.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-






45-


50-


55-


60-


6.5-


70-


75-


80-


8.5-


90-


95-


100


Registration Counties.


Both Males and
Sexes. Females.


3.5- 40-


and

n]j\v\


IV.-BASTERW 1
COTTWTIES. ;


1,768 [


M. 865
F. - 903


11
16


69

49


711
60


113
93


101
108


74
93


61

81


63
79


76


■is
62


35
42

11
10

13
16

11
16


88

29

10
6

16
11

13
12


45
41

18
10

11

13

16
19


27

34

10

7

10



7
11


16
23

9

«
5

7
9


13

18

5
3

4
6

3
9


14
10


2
5


1
1


1
1




14 ESSX3K

15 SVFFOI.K - - -

16 NOBFOT.K


600 [
B32[
636 [


M. - 300
F. 300

M. - 2KS
F. 264

M. 297
F. 339


5

i

4
5

2
7


23
2-1,

21',
13

21

13


31.

m
2i;

19
19


29
40

41
28

25


IS
37

27
25

36
46


18
33

28

31
35


23
22

17

36

33


21
30

15
26

27
24


23

25

11

31.

36


IB
17

13
11

20
24


6
3

4

6

7


1

1


3

1
1


I







Table 27. — LUNATICS. — Number and Ages of Lunatics in Asylums.





All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-






45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-






85-


90-


95-


100


Registration Counties.


Botli

Sexes.


Males and
Females.


35- 40-


75- no-


and


IV.-.EA.STEBN' ')
COVNTIES. )


2,111 {


M. -1,008
F. -1,103


1


1


1

1


12
8


39
52


92
65


114
110


153
118


l.T-i
164


101
136


103
124


81
98


72
85


75


23
36

9
10

2
11

11
V,


li
20


11

8


2

4


2
1






14 ESSEX

15 STTFFOIK. -
36 3tfORFOI.K


700 [
555 [
856 [


M. 297
F. 403

M. - 250
F. 305

M. 461
F. 396


1


1


i
1


5

4

5

3


12

24

14
15

13
13


27
24

20
19

.t5


25
43

53
39


50

4B

36
31

71
39


37
64

38
45

58
65


30
49

.37

49
60


33

44

18
33

62

47


28
36

19
23

.34
39


21

28

19

27

33
30


16
18

13
26

24
31


3
6

2
fi

7
8


3

4
3

7
2


1

2

1
2


1

1
1







Number and Ages of Lunatics not in Asylums.





All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-






90-


95-


100


Registration Counties.


Both Males and
Sexes. Females.


80-8.5-


and
upw^


ZV.— EASTERDT ^
COUNTIES. S


209 [


M. 78
F. 181





2


3


2
1


3

8


1
. 8


8
11


6

7


11
9


5
17


10

14

5

4

2

6

8


7
9


7
9

4
3

3

6


8
13

2

1

2

7
9


3

6

1

3

2
3


4
9


1
5


3








14 ESSEX

15 SVFFOIiK -

16 larOKFOIiK


39 {

47{

123 {


M. - 20
F. ■ 19

31. - 17
F. - 30

M. 41
F. 82




i

i


1


2

i


2

1

1

2
5


i
1

7


5

1

1
3

2

7


3

3 2

2 1

2

3 7
5 5


1
1

7

2
9


1

1

3
1

3

7


1
3

3

3
3


i
1

4


i

2










Table 28.— PATIENTS in HOSPITALS.— Number and Ages of Patients iu General Hospitals for the Sick.







All Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


sa-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-




r


85-


90-


9.5-


100


Registration Counties.


Both
Sexes.'


Kales and
Females.


75- 80-


and
upw».


ZV.—EASTERN
COUNTIES.


}


481 [


M. - 237
F. - 244


7
5


19

18


25

27


20
66


20
28


24
26


18
18


le

16


18
10


21

7


22
17


9

7


6



9

2

4
1

5

1


1
1


2
1

1

1
1












14 ESSEX

15 SUFFOIiK-

16 lO'ORFOI.IC


95{
164 [
222 [


M. 35
F. 60

M. - 86
F. - 78

M. - 116
F. 106


1
1

1

5

4


3

4
3

16
12


1
5

9
10

16
12


4
19

8
18

8
19


4
9

7
14

9

5


4
4

11
10

9

12


6
5

6
6

6

7


3

6

7
2

6

8


3

4

11
10


3

4

7
1

11

2


2
3

10

7

10

7


3

3
3

3

4


1
1

4
3

1

2











'



216



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



[Div. IV.



Table 29.— PAUPERS in WORKHOUSES.— Number and Ages of Paupers in Workhouses.





Au. Ages.


Under

5
Years.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


ion


E«gistration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males and
Females.


and
upw


IV.-EASTIiRai' )

covzrxiES. S


10,633 [


M. - 6,027
F. - 4,506


476
407


841
723


947
758


268
292


131
261


98
265


104
248


123
199


161
175


157
125


183
115


207
97


386
166


628
157


604
160


488
102


256
136


61
49


11
16


1
7




la ESSEX ■ ■ ■

15 STrFFOI.K

16 NOBFOI.IC


4,676 [
2,689 [
3,368 [


M.- 2,666
F. - 1,911

M.- 1,492
P. - 1,097

M. - 1,870
F. - 1,498


175
156

123
114

177
138


408
330

176

168

267
234


614
391

193
166

240
201


112
114

67

77

89
101


60
104

33

73

38
85


43
90

22
79

33
96


a

81

26
63

34
114


68

84

32
46

82
69


72
81

38
46

51

48


62
39

41
40

54
46


SO
61

66
23

46
41


83
35

67
22

67
40


181
80

90

24

114
51


210
72

144
20

174
59


249
64

168
43

187
54


194
76

144
60

160-
36


91

42

66

41

99
53


24
17

15
13

22
20


6
3

1
5

6
8


2

i
1

4





Table 30.— PRISONERS in PRISONS.— Number and Ages of Prisoners.







All Ages.


Under

5
Tears.


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


70-






85-


90-


95-


inn


Registration Counties.


Both
Sexes.


Males'and
Females.


75- 80-


and
upw".


IV.— EASTERN
COVH-TIES,


}


641 {


M. - 560
F. - 81




i


2
1


104
13


124
19


80
12


70
9


46

7


56
8


36

7


17

2


16


10

2


7


2


1


.










14 ESSEX ■ ■


-


216 [


M. - 197
F. 19






2


24
2


60
3


33

4


27
3


22

4


16


8


6

1


3


4
2


1


1














IS STXTTOI.1S.


-


148 {


M. - 131
F. 17








32

2


29
4


14
3


16
2


12


9

4


6

3


4


4


3


3
















16 ITORFOI.IC


-


277 {


M. - 232
F. - 45




i


i


48
9


45
12


33
6


28
4


13
3


30

4


12
5


7
1


9


3


3


1


1













Table 31. — 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.





Population


Blind.


Deaf-
and-
Dumb.


Idiot or Imbecile.


Lunatics.


Inmates of


Registration Counties.


From
Birth.


others.


Total.


In

Asylums.


others.


Total.


In

Asylums.


others.


Total.


Hos-
pitals.


Work-
houses.


Prisons.


IV.-EASTEKM- ^
COVNTXES. i


1,218,728


no


1,208


1,318


635


149


1,708


1,917


2,111


209


2,320


481


10,533


041






14: ESSEX


440,880


38


367


393


210


98


COO


698


700


39


739


95


4,676


218


15 S1JFFOI.X


347,210


36


371


406


193


13


632


645


565


47


602


164


2,589


148


16 BronF03.K


430,638


30


480


619


233


38


636


674


866


123


979


233


3,368


277


SUPERINTENDENT REGIS-
TRARS' DISTRICTS.






























14 ESSEX.






























185 "WEST HAM


99,142


2


62


64


51




92


92


13


10


23




1,146




186EPPING


20,240


4


16


20


7




32


32




3


3


1


130




187 ONGAR


11,623


1


16


16


7




20


20










114




188 ROMFORD


30,989


1


28


29


13




25


23










364




189 ORSBTT


13,172




11


11


8




19


19










122




190 BILLERICAY


17,862


6


23


29


Ifl




34


34


673




673




553




191 CHELMSFORD


33,772


2


35


37


27




48


43




3


3




269


214


192 ROCHFORD


20,680


2


14


16


10




33


33






.




139




193 MALDON


2.3,732


4


18


22


6




26


20




4


4




209




194 TENDRING


28,713


3


24


26


8




43


43




3


3




147




196 COLCHESTER


26,345


3


22


25





97


28


125








73


236




196 LEXDEN


24,110


1


21


22


9




29


29




2


2




193




197 WITHAM


15,864


1


12


13


11


1


30


31


14


4


18




209




198 HALSTEAD


18,453





18


18


9




34


34










142




199 BRAINTREB


17,143


1


13


14


3




30


30




5


5




199




200 DUNMOW


19,699


3


16


19


6




25


25




4


4


3


208




201 SAFFRON WALDEN


19,541


3


19


22


13




52


52


.


1


1


19


193





Note.— As the result of further inquiry as to the character of public
in Table 5, Division IV., Vol. II., page 199. In every case, however, it '



institutions and their inmates, the numbers in this Table differ in some instances slightly from those
is believed that the numbers inserted in this Table are connect.



Eastern Counties. 1



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



217



Table 31.— Number of the Blind, of the Deaf-and-Dumb, of Idiots or Imbeciles, of Lunatics, iind of the Inmates
of Hospitals, Workhouses, and Prisons — In Superintendent Registrars' Districts — continued.



Superintendent Registrars' Districts.



Population.



Blind.



From
Birth.



Otiiors.



15 SUFFOZiK.

202 RISBMDGB

208 SUDBURY
201 COSFORD

203 THINGOB

200 BUEY ST. EDMUNDS
207 MILDENHALL
20S STOW

209 HAETISJIERE

210 HOXNE

211 BOSMERE

212 SAMFORD
21.5 IPSWICH

214 ■WOODBRIDGE

215 PLOiyiESGATB
218 BLYTHING

217 WANGFOED

218 MUTFORD -

16 N-ORFOIiX.



219 YARMOUTH


220 FLEGG


221 SMAIiLBURGH


222 ERPINGHAM


223 AYLSHAM


221 St. FAITHS


225 NORWICH


226 FOREHOB


227 HENSTBAD


228 BLOFIELD -


229 LODDON


230 DEPWADE


231 GUILTCROSS


232 WAYLAND -


233 miTFOED -


231 WAIiSINGHAM


233 DOCKING


23« FREEBRIDGB LYNN


237 KINGS LYNN


238 DOWNHAM


239 SWAFFHAM


240 THETFORD



18417
81703
17094
17614
14928
9223
20997
16743
1-1401
16770
12382



42839


3


22464


2


20718


3


26424




14037


1


31364


4


35168


2


9382


1


14407


1


19841


2


18115


2


10901


1


80386


5


12308




10726


4


11325




13870


1


24272


4


11257


1


11094


2


27667


2


20051


4


17302


2


13439


1


17132


2


20383


1


18608




18104


1



15
SO
16
10
16
9
23
12
15
24
15
47
29
21
29
14
40



34
7

12
23
24
7
122
15
9
11
11
28
13
11
35
14
19
18
19
19
15
19



Total.



Doaf-

and-

Dumb.



Idiot or Imbecile.



17
16
16
10
27
10
21
25
18
50
81
24
29
15
44



36

8
13

25
!6
8
127
15
18
11
12
SO
13
13
37
18
21
17
21
20
13
20



In

Asylums.



Others.



Total.



Lunatics.



Inmates of



In

Asylums,



Others.



Total.



Hos-
pitals.



Work-
houses.



Prisons.



10

14

13

9

6

9

10

10

16

12

7

19

13

5
21



20
5
5

24
7
7
7

11
5
7



13



43
58
38
18
10
13
30
31
29
30
17
60
62
82
25
29



60
14
19
31
29
10
91
23
18
15
30
44
10
31
58
38
11
9
20
25
21
33



43




2


B8




5


38


,


3


18




2


10




5


13






30




2


31


V


8


29




3


30




1


17


,


1


60


150


3


66


397


8


32


1


7


26


,


.


29




3


23





4


60


190


30


14




1


19


.


1


31


,


2


29


,


3


10


19


1


90


228


41


22




1


13






1


48


41


)


1


30






2


41






7


18








31






2


68






2


38






6


11






5


9






3


20






3


23






9


21






1


33






2



10

3

1

1

153

400



220
1
1
3
3
20

209
1
1

420
2



10



01
6



71



17



18



157
237
171

224
44
146
169
161
116
76
318
138
112
244
157
124



68

78
142
129

87
679
148

77

97
•103
173
103

50
235
138
110

78
149
139

97
136



32181.



E e



END OF DIVISION IV.



219



TABLES



OF THE



AGES, CIVIL CONDITION,
OCCUPATIONS,



AND



BIRTH-PLACES
OF THE PEOPLE



WITH THE



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

IMBECILE, LUNATICS, &c.



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