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1831
1841
1851
1861
1871
1881
1891



8,135,000
2,702,346
659,700
1,636,866
2,667,176
8,400,187
2,848,074



4.253,415
4,799.241
Not stated.
5,616,707
6,298,408
6,867,362
7,440,978
7,939,203



4*91
5*01
Not stated.
4-97
4*59
4*59
4*69
4*75



8,572,232
4,100,753

4^694i570
6,127,881
6,632,682
§6,484,632
§7,139,643



Note. — The figures in the above table are exclusive of the Army and Navy for the years up to
1831, inclusive.

* Approximate.

t Exclusive of the Isle of Man and Channel Islands.

§ A different method of arriving at the number of houses in Scotland from that previously used
was adopted in 1381. In that year every dwelling with a distinct outside entrance or with a door
opening directly into a common stair was treated as a house.



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OCCUPATIONS. 377

Occupatioiis of the People. — ^Number of Males ^nd Females in the
Population of England and Wales, of and above the age of 10
years, engaged in the principal Classes of Occupations in 1891.

(Compiled from the Census Betumsy,



26.



CLASSES OF OCCUPATION.



National & Local Government (Civil Service, Mnnicipal k Parish Officials, Police, &c.)

Army and Navy (all branches at Home) ,

Professional Occupations :—

Clerical, Legal, and Medical

Teachers and Students

Literary. Artists, Engineers, kc

Domestic Offices or Services :—

Indoor Domestic Servants

Oharnromen ; also Washing and Bathing Service

All others

Commercial Occupations:—

Merchants, Agents. &c

Commercial Travellers

Commercial Clerks

All others, including Bank Officials, Ac

Engaged in conveyance :—

Railway Officials and Servants

On Roads; including Cabmen, Carmen, Grooms, &c.

By Water ; including Baiigemen, Seamen. Dock and Wharf Labourers, Ac

Storage ; including Warehousemen, Messengers, Porters, &c.

Agricultural Occupations:—

Farmers, Graziers, &c

Agricultural Labourers. Farm Servants, kc

Others, including Shepherds

(hardeners. Seedsmen, Woodmen, &o

Gamekeepers, Drovers, Salesmen, and others engaged about A"<it>«^1«

Fishermen

Industrial Classes : viz.. Workers and Dealers iu-



.UOVIJiU Vl tlBB CB . VIZ., TTur&vrB lUlU A/dUCrB IU —

Books, Prints, and Maps

Machines : including Eiogine Makers, letters. Boiler Makers, &c



Tools

Watches, Arms, Surgical and other Implements, Musical Instruments, &c.

Houses— Carpenters and Joiners

„ Bricklayers and Masons

„ All others, including Painters, Plumbers, Plasterers, kc

Furniture and Fittings ; including Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, Gasfitters, kc.

Decorations ; including Carvers, Gilders, Picture Dealers, kc

Carriages ; including O&rriage Makers, Cycle Makers, Wheelwrights, kc

Saddlers and Harness, kc. Makers

Ships and Boats

Drugs, Chemicals, Explosives, kc

Tobacco and Pipes

Board and Lodging ; Coffee, Eating, or Lodging House, and Hotel Keepers, \

Publicans, 4c /

Spirituous Dnnks ; Brewers, Beersellers, Wine and Spirit Agents, 4c

Food and Provisions- Dealers, 4c., in

Textile Fabrics— Wool and Worsted

„ Cotton and Flax

,, All others ; including Drapers, Dyers, 4c

Dress ; including Tailors, Milliners, Shoe Makers, 4c

Animal Substances ; including Tanners, Curriers, Soap Makers, Brush Makers, 4c.
Vegetable Substances; including workers, 4c., in Oils, Gums, Resins, Cane,\

Straw, 4c /

Wood and Bark ; Sawyers, Turners. Coopers, 4c

Paper— Paper Makers, Stationers, Bag Makers, 4c.

Miners— Coal and Ironstone Miners

All Others

Coal Dealers, Coal Porters, Gas Works s»ervice, 4c

Stone; Clay; also Road Making— including Quarrymen, Brick Makers, Roadl

Labourers, Platelayers, 4c. /

Earthenware and Glass Workers and Dealers

Iron and Steel Workers— Blacksmiths, Nail Makers, Ironmongers, 4c

Workers, 4c., in other metals (except Gold and Silver)

General Shopkeepers, Dealers, Costermongers, 4c.

General Labourers

Other specified occupations

Indefinite Occupations— "Artisans," " Mechanics," " Engine Drivers " (not Railway), 1

" Machinist," 4c j

Of unspecified or no occupation



No.

129,280
128,473

126,184
1S1,059
84,'?^

68,B2r
6,012
75,334

69,634
43,890
229,370
52,641

186,925
366,015
207,191
210,711

t287,410
709,283
53,670
183,738
25,928
24,895

121,672
208,506
42,272
72,647
220,661
214,974
243,401
104,901
16,046
80,255
24,378
70,291
48,647
14,574



63,391
467,114
119,087
263,485
118,016
406,392



72,884
34,767

532,001
24,915
77,309

207,229

63,606
369,112
126,422

80,157 I
694,128 I

56,859 I
in,134
1,708,713



Total numbers of 10 years of age and above
Children under 10



Total Population of England and T



Fe-
males.



No.
16,040



•66,211
217,025
31,117

1,386,167
290,054
83,834

2.119

165

17,869

887



Total.



No.
144,800
126,473

191,396
848,084
116,880

1,444,694
296,966
166,666

71,768
44,056
247,229



849 186,774

1,690 366,805

1,262 208,448

10,887 I 221,548



21,692
24,150

157
5,046

651



28,736

2,486

9,864

8,774

348

189

1,813

14,346

6,406

1,204

2,943

226

7,600

18,667

72,094

7,539

119,219

136,496

378,866

118,638

691,441

18,178

9,398

3,871

39,477

3,340

1,381

1,828

2,743

28,401
11,081
20,128
48,869
1,947
8,597
37,896
[7,445,660



I



309,102
733,433
58,827
188,784
26.674
29,826

145,807
210,974
61,936
79,821
221,009
216,163
244,714
119,246
20,450
81,409
27,821
70,617
58,047
31,141

140,726
70,930



264,585
687,850
236,664
1,099,833
76,666
45,890
76,765
74,244
535,841
26,296
78,937
209,972
90,007



148,550
124,018
606,076
66,456
209,030
9,154,373



* Including Nuns, Nurses, Midwives, 4c.

t Including male relatives living with the Farmer or Grazier (and described as Farmer's or Grazier's Son, 4c.),
and therefore presumably engaged in Agriculture.

X There were 4,918,649 married women in England and Wales at the time of the census. Allowing for those
assisting generally in their husbands' business, 4c. (and who therefore appear under specified occupatious
in the ahove table), this number— 7,445,860— would include over 4,000,900 "ivives," for ttie most part em-
ployed in domestic duties.



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378



POPULATION.— BIRTHS AND DEATHS, &C.



Population. — Estimated Population of each Division of the United
Kingdom at the middle of each of the undermentioned years.
(In Thousands— OOO's omitted,)

Q7 (Compiled from the ** Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom.^)



Ybars.


! England

AND


Scot-


Ibkland.


United

KiNU-


YSARS.


England

AND


Scot-


Ireland.


United
King- •




1 Walto.






DOM.




Walbs.






DOM.




, Th'sands.


Th'«and8.


Th'aands.


Th'sauds.


Th'sands.


Th'sauds.


Th'sands.


th'sands.


1840


1 15,731


2,601


8,165


26,487


18!i5


27,221


8.856


4,939


86,016


1845


, 16,739


2,742


8,2^6


27,776


1886


27,623


8,886


4.W6


86.814


1850


1 17,773


2,873


6,878


27,624


1887


27,828


8,914


4,867


86,690


1855


; 18,829


2,978


6,015


27,822


1888


28,186


8,944


4,801


86,8S1


1860


1 19,902


8,056


6,821


28,778


1889


28,448


8,973


4,757


87,178


1865


: 21,145


8,186


6,595


29,925


1690


28,764


4.003


4,718


87,486


1870


1 22,501


8,387


6,419


31,267


1891


29,082


4,038


4,681


87,796


1876


24,046


8,515


6,279


82,889


1892


29,402


4.063


4,688


88,103


1880


; 26,714


8,706


6,208


84,628


1893


29,725


4,094


4.615


88,434


18S1


26,046


8,742


5,146


34,934


1894


30,052


4,126


4,601


88,778


1882


26,335


8,771


6,101


35,207


1896


30,383


4,166


4,675


39,114


1883


1 26,627


8,799


6,024


86,450


1896


30,717


4,187


4,660


39,464


1884


26.922


8,827


4.975


35,724


1897


31,056


4.218


4,551


39,824



Marriages, Births, and DeatllS, and excess of Births over Deaths,
in each Division of the United Kingdom, from 1885 to 1896,
inclusive ; with annual averages for each quinquennial period from

r%C% 1^^^"^^ *^ 1880-84, so far as the particulars can be stated.

^Ji^ {Compiled from various Numbers cfthe" Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom" and
^^ V^ • Reports of the Registrar-Oeiieral for England and Wales.)





EN


GLAND A
Number


ND WALES 1




•SCOTLAND.






Number


Number


Excess of


Number


Number


Number


Excess of


Aver-


of


of Living


of


Births over


of


of Living


of


Births over


age OF


Marriages.


Births.


Deaths.


Deaths.


Marriages.

~ '*


Births.

*


Deaths.

* __


Deaths.


1840.44..


124,011


620,067


351,286


168,771


»


1845-49..


141,073


659,465


400,731


158,734


» ^__


* — .


* __


«


1860-64..


157,996


616,019


406,106


209,913





«





«


1856-69..


158,868


660,186


426.292


234,894


20,529


101,829


61,638


40,291


1860-64..


170,368


712,166


452,764


269,412


21,472


108,316


68,668


89,647


1866-69..


181,267


766,105


487,624


278,481


22,733


113,990


71,269


42,731


1870-74..


196,132


820.171


508,325


311,846


25,262


118,791


76,397


42»394


1875-79..


193,916


879,814


524,678


355,136


25,249


125,887


76,995


49,892


1880-84..
Yeab


200,869


890,356


518,208


372,147


26,016


126,103


74,635


61,468


1886....


197,746


894,270


622,760


371,520


26,304


126,100


74,607


51,498


1886....


196,071


903,866


637,276


866,590


24,615


127,890


73,640


64,260


1887....


200,618


886,331


530,768


355,578


24,876


124,418


74,646


49,872


1888....


203,821


879,868


610,971


368,897


26,306


123,269


71,174


62,095


1889....


213,866


886,944


618,353


867,591


26,344


122,783


73,238


49,646


1890....


223,028


869,937


562,248


807,689


27,469


121,526


79,004


42,522


1891....


226,526


914,167


687,925


326,232


27,969


125,986


83,673


42,413


1892....


227,135


897,957


669,684


338,273


28,670


125,043


76,646


49,498


1893....


218,689


914,642


569,958


844,584


27,145


127,110


79,670


47,440


1894....


226,449


890,289


498,827


391,462


27,604


124,367


71,113


63,264


1896....


227,865


921,860


568,768


358,102


28,380


126,464


81,864


44,690


1896. . . .


242,445


917,201


527,929


389,272


30.256


129,158


70,634


68,519


Aver-
age OF


t IRELAND. 1




UNITED K


INGDOM.




1865-69..


29,156


146,458


91,408


54,060


233,156


1,025,563


660,291


876,262


1870-74..


27,132


147,355


93,298


64,057


248,526


1,086,317


678,020


408,297


1875-79..


24,737


137,579


97,740


89,839


243,901


1,143,280


698,413


444,867


1880-84..
Year.
1885....


21,634


122,724


92,965


29,769


248,619


1,139,182


686,808


463,374


21,177


116,961


90,712


25,239


244,226


1,186,821


688,069


448,262


1886....


20,594


113,927


87,292


26,635


241,180


1,145,688


698,208


447,476


1887....


20,945


112,400


88,586


28,815


246,339


1 ino 1^0


698,889


429,260


1888....


20,060


109,557


86,868


23,689


249,186


,


668,013


444,681


1889....


21,621


107,841


82,908


24,938


261,730




674,499


442,009


1890....


20,990


105,264


85,850


19,404


271,487




727,102


869,616


1891....


21,475


108,116


85,999


22,117


275,970


1


757,497


390,762


1892....


21,630


104,234


90,044


14,190


277,335


,


725,273


401,961


1893....


21,714


106,082


82,821


23,261


267,548


r


732,449


416,286


1894....


21,602


105,354


83,528


21,826


275,655


)


663,468


466,542


1895....


23.120


106,113


84,395


21,718


279,365


i;i54,427


786,017


419,410


1896....


22,856


107.641


75,700


31,941


295,557


1,153,995


674,268


479.732



* The Registration Act for Scotland did not come into operation until the Ist of January, 1866.
t The Registration Act for Ireland came into force on the 1st January, 1864.



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IMMIGRATION. 879

Foreign Bom Population. — Statement showing the number of
Foreigners enumerated in the United Kingdom at the Census of
OO ^^^> compared with the numbers enumerated in 1881 and 1871,
^\f* distinguishing their Nationalities.



Alien Immigrants. — Statement showing the number of Aliens arriving

in the United Kingdom from Continental ports (according to the

* Alien Lists obtained under Act 6, Will. IV., cap. 11.) during

each of the years from 1891 to 1896, and the first ten months

Q^ of 1897, distinguishing the Nationalities of those not stated in

OVJa the lists to be en route to America or other destinations.

{Compiled from, the Board ofTradt Returns and Reports on Emigration and Immigration.)



Numbers stated in the Alien Lists (ob-
tained from the Masters of vessels
bringing Immigrants from Continental
ports) to be en route for America or other
places out of the United Kingdom* . .
Numbers of Immigrants not stated in
the * Alien Lists to be en route to
America or other places :

Russians and Poles

Norwegians, Swedes, and Danes

Germans

Dutch

French

Italians

Belgians

Austrians and Hungarians. . .

Swiss

other Nationalities

Total



teamen (Nationality not distinguished

in Returns)

CThese Seamen are all supposed to come
to this Country to embark as crews of
ships leaving British ports. They are
stated to be mainly of Scandinavian
origin.]

Grand Total



Numbers Abriviko in



1891. 1892.



t98,706



12,607
4,647
5,817

911
1,458

734

2,101



t28,270



t9,797



1 136.772



7,1

4,367

5,766

839

910

783

1,935



+22,137



tl0,349



tl26.287



n9,618



7,721
4,697
6,562
880
977
641
468
785



128,699



t9,689



1894.



t35,611



4,139

6,817

1,098

819

650

433

790

84

990



t22,066



t9,634



t67^11



1895.



t44,637



10,033

8,670

5,291

1,261

627

653

483

772

61

961



t23,762



19,602



t78,001



t40,036



12,516

4,416

6,130

1,493

863

733

524

1,133

96

945



t27,849



tlO,337



t78.222§



First ten

Months of

1897.



% 29,425



Tl 33,211



1 33,211



IF 9,108



f 71,789



* Alien Lists are received from all the principal ports at which immigrants arrive in the United
Kingdom from the Continent, but the lists received from Dover, Folkestone, Harwich, Newhaven,
and Southampton, include only deck passengers and persons who, after landing, proceed by train
as third-class passengers.

t Excluding arrivals at Newhaven, from which port complete returns were not obtained until

1898. The numbers arriving at Newhaven in 1896 (excluded above in order that the figures may

be comparative for the complete years) were. Aliens without through tickets to America, 7,599 ;

Seamen, 124 ; Aliens en route to America or other destinations, nil.

§ Of this number, 17,095 were men, 7,566 women, and 8,198 children. C^ r^r\r^]t>

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380



EMIGRATION— EDUCATION.



Emigratioil. — Number of Passengers leaving the United Kingdom
for places out of Europe in eacli year since 1876, distinguishing
the destinations of those of British origin ; also Number of
Irish Emigrants, and total Number of Immigrants from places
out of Europe in each of the same years ; with Annual Averages
for each quinquennial period from 1856-60 to 1871-76.



31.


{Compiled from the Annual JRspoHs to the Board
Immigration, Ac.)


of Trade


on Emigration and
















Propor-


Number


Total Im-




Total


Total


Dbstimtations of British Emigrants.


tion of


of Emi.


migrants




Emigr'nts
of all


Emigr'nts
of










British
Emigr'nts


grants of
Irish


of all


_„






Australia




Nationali>




National-


British


United


British


and


All


toPopola-


origin in-


ties /rom




ities, t


origin.


States. >


North
America.


New
Zealand.


Other
Places.


Uonofthe

United
Kingdom.


cluded in
column
No. 2.


places
out of
Europe


Ann. Ay.














Per cent.




1866-60


150,460


128,497


74,956


7,968


37,186


3,487


0'4S


68,012


*


1861-65


171,089


143,559


98,208


9,648


37,268


3,686


0-48


88,699


. ,»


1866-70


222,425


170,807


183,817


16,514


16,204


4,772


0-66


80,017


«


1871-76
Yean.
1876 ...


254,617


198,907


184,863


22,283


27,882


8,889


0-60


65,898


84 556


138,222


109,469


54,664


9,836


32,196


18,384


.0-83


26,976


98,557


1877....


119,971


96,195


45,481


7,720


80,138


11,866


0-28


22,831


81,843


1878....


147,663


112,902


54,694


10,652


36,479


11,077


0*38


29,492


77,951


1879....


217,163


164,274


91,806


17,952


40,959


13,567


0-48


41,296


58,97»


1880....


332,294


227,542


166,570


20,902


24,184


. 16,886


. 0*66


98,641


68,316


1881....


392,614


243,002


176,104


23,912


22,682


20,304


0-70


76,200


77,105


1882....


413,288


279,866


181,903


40,441


37,289


19,733


0-79


84,132


82,804


1883....


397,157


320,118


191,678


44,186


71,264


13,096


0-90


106,743


100,603


1884....


303,901


242,179


165,280


81,184


44,255


11,510


0-68


72,666


123,466


1885....


264,385


207,644


187,687


19,888


89,395


10,724


0-68


60,017


113,649


1886....


330,801


232,900


162,710


24,745


43,076


12,369


0-64


61,276


108.879


1887....


396,494


281,487


201,626


32,025


34,183


18,753


0-77


78,901


119,018


1888....


398,494


279,928


195,986


34,863


31,127


17,962


0-76


73,233


128,879


1889....


342,641


263,795


168,771


28,269


28,294


28,461


0-68


64,928


147,398


1890....


315,980


218,116


152,413


22,520


21,179


22,004


0-58


67,484


155,910


1891....


334,543


218,607


156,395


21,578


19,547


20,987


0-58


68,436


151,369


1892....


321,397


210,042


160,039


28,254


15,950


20,799


0-56


52,902


143,747


1893....


307,633


208,814


148,949


24,732


11,208


23,930


0-54


62,132


141,054


1894...


226,827


166,030


104,001


17,459


10,917


23,653


0-40


42,008


185,799


1895....


271,772


186,181


126,602


16,622


10,567


31,490


0-47


64,349


175,874


1896....


241.952


§161,925


98,921


15.267


10,354


37,383


0-41


42,222


tlfi0,918



* Not ascertained before 1870.

t Including Foreigners and others whose Nationalities

t Of these 101,742 were of British origin. § 94^



were not distinguished.

,670 being males, and 67.255 females.



Education. — Estimated Total Number of Children of School Age
in England and Wales and in Scotland in 1896, with the Number
OO and Percentage of such Children borne on the Eegisters of
^^* Public Elementary Schools.

{Compiledjrom the Beportn of the Committee cf Council on Education/or England and Wales and ScoUand.}





England and Walhs.


Scotland.


Ages. .


Estimated

Total
Number of
Children.


Number of

ChUdren

on

Registers.


Percentage.


Estimated

Total
Number of
Children.

103,162
101,090
98,656
97,679
96,519
97,848
92,915
94,171
92,063


Number of
Children

on
Eegisters.


Percentage.


5 to 6


723,756
720,853
716,768
711,562
705,283
698,024
689,791
680,522
670,118


644,134
601,414
597,709
603,443
609,365
600,982
576,922
476 483


75-2
83-4
83-4
84-8
86-4
86-1
83-6
7n-n


49,796
80,860
88,443
89,942
90,549
89,785
87,000
69,811
40,569


48'3


6 „ 7


79-5


7 „ 8


89*7


8 „ 9


92 '1


9 „ 10


93*8


10 „ 11 :


91*8


11 „ 12 . .


93-6
74 "1


12 „ 13


13 „ 14


205,295 I 30-6


44 '1






Total


6,316,677


4,815,747 1 76-2


873,998 i 686,256


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PRIMARY EDUCATION;



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Bducatiozi, Great Britain.— Statistics respecting Schools inspected in
Great Britain; Accommodation, Children present at inspection,
and Average attendance, &c., at Day Schools, in the under-
mentioned years.

(fiompiled from, various nvmh&rs of the '* Statistical Ahst^act for the United Kingdom*' and
Reports of the Committee of Council on Education for England and Wales and Scotland.



33.



1


Number

of
Schools

In-
spected.


Number

of
Children
who can be
Accom-
modated.


Average Number of
Children in Attendance.


Proportion of Aver-
age Attendance to
Population.


Males.


Females.


Total.


In
England
& Wales.


In
Scotland.




7,272




495,089


380,145




r cent.


Per cent.


1860


3-85*


1865


8,438




603,885


453,860




4-38*


1870


10,949




832,833


620,698




5-64*


1875


16,957




- """ ■" ""


975,370




7-8 1 8*9


1880


20,670






1,456,839




10-8 : 11-0


1881


21,136






1,515,964




11-0 1 U'O


1882


21,362






1,598,108




11-4 1 HI


1883


21,630






1,659,924




11-7 11-3


1884


21,892






1,743,800




12-1 11*6


1885


21,976






1,796,194




12-3 1 11-7


. 1886


22,114






1,886,772




12-3


12 1


1887


22,266






1,889,013




12-5


12-3


1888


22,326






1,936,992




12-6


12-3


1889


22,426






1,976,392




12-7


12-3


1890


22,496






2,002,598




12-9 1 12-8


1891


22,613






2,032,543


4,288,321


12-9 1 18-3


1892


22,545


Vf-XUOy-XVXj


A,ua.v/,u^v>


2,098,836


4,409,462


13-2


13-3


1893


22,581


6,500,414


2,420,485


2,222,396


4,642,881


13-8


13-3


1894


22,763


6,603,188


2,493,824


2,299,452


4,793,276


14-1


13-7


1896


22,773


6,726,414


2,544,914


2,355,421


4,900,335


14-2


13-8


1896


I 22,931


6,896,822


2.600,983


2,414,862


5,016,845


14-4


14-2










at Britain.









Education, Ireland. — Number of Primary Schools in operation in
Ireland in each of the undermentioned years ; with the Number of
Pupils on the Rolls and in average attendance, and the Expenditure
from Government Grants and Rates.



34.



(Compiled from variotui nurnhers of the " Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom"
tfie Reports of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland)



and





Number of

Schools

in

operation.


Religious Denominations of Pupils on the Rolls.


Average
Number of

Pupils in
atten-
dance.


Expendi-
ture from
Govern-


Years.


Protestant
Episco-
palian.


Presby-
terian.


Roman
Catholic.


other
Denomina-
tions.


Total.


ment

Qrants and

Rates.


1870....


6,806


74,237


110,189


807,330


7,243


998,999


359,199


399,475*


1875....


7,267


89,907


111,132


798,024


8,608


-^11


389,961


695,893t


1880....


7,590


102,218


115,629


855,057


10,116




468,557


707,458J


1881....


7,648


101,401


113,242


841,184


10,432




453,567


709,661 1


1882....


7,705


103,221


113,632


855,524


10,921




469,192


718,9081


1883....


7,762


104,856


113,087


851,771


11,422




467,704


730,973t


1884....


7,882


108,205


113,202


865,280


12,392




492,928


768,969t


1885....


7,936


107,995


112,827


842,393


12,389




502,454


835,363J


1886....


8,024


109,571


111,625


837,212


13,383




490,484


886,051t


1887....


8,112


109,630


112,461


836,161


13,516




515,388


911,792t


1888....


8,196


109,687


111,072


826,181


13,955




493,883


902,338t


1889....


8,261


111,536


111,624


815,568


14,671




507,866


902,391t


1890....


8,298


111,467


110,666


799,795


15,174




489,144


956,976t



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