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1891....


8,346


110,883


109,987


785,445


16,046




506,836


969,445t


1892....


8,403


114,173


111,404


777,678


16,369




495,254


l,108,758t


1893....


8,469


117,828


114,039


783,496


16,924


.,w.,_,-w7


527,060


l,193,629t


1894....


8,505


120,892


114,913


774,221


18,255


1,028,281


526,547


l,220,656t


1895....


8,557


121,416


114,245


764,413


18,335


1,018,408


519,515


l,275,674t


1896. . . .


8,q06


§ 93,031


§ 87,296


§614,525


§14,087 1 §808,939 1 534,957


l,331,426t



about £1,895,000, exclusive of the cost of building, repairing, and enlarging School Houses, which is
defrayed by the Public Works Department.

* Year ended 31st December. % For the 12 months ended 31st March in the year following that
against which the figures are placed. || The religious denominations of 4,128 scholars was not stated
in 1875. § These figures are not properly comparable with those given for previous years, the basis
upon which the returns of pupils on the rolls have hitherto been made having been considerably
altered in 1896.



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382



EDUCATION— FIN ANCIAL STATISTICS.



Education. — Number of Aiinaal Grant Schools Inepected in England
and Wales in the yeikr 1895-96, classified according to the Denomi-
nations of the Schools ; with particulars as to Accommodation,

0£C Average Attendance, and Payments from Parliamentary Grants, &c.

""> (Framth^IUpoHqf the C(nnmittee qf Council on Educationy Bngland* PFofeg, 1896-97.)



Denominations.



M umber of
Nninberofi Children < Arenge
• Schools I who can be number of
'Inspected. accom> { Children in

modated. j Attendance



Amount
paid out
of Parlia-
mentary
Grants.



RateofEzpen-
I ditore per
I Scholar in Arer-
I age Attendance.



Church of England Schools

Wesleyan Schools

Boman Catholic Schools ...
British and other Schools .

School Board Schools

Total



11,804

463

998

1,151

6,482

19,848


2,780,939 1 1,871,668

184,670 . 126,998

871,647 1 286,605

861,807 1 282,763

2,438,411 1,966,992

6.072.874 4.422.911



1,747,883 I
117,886
214,831
219,122

1,917,835 I



£


s. d.


1


19 6


1


19 1


1


17 9


2


1 11


2.


11 11


2


4 11



Oost of Education* — Beceipts and Expenditure of Inspected Schools
in Great Britain in each year since 1882; with the Average
O/J Expenditure per Child in each of the same years.

W Wa (Compiled from the Annual Beporte of the Committee of Council on Education.)



t The figures in these two columns are a little in excess of the true averagres, as they are based upon
the income and expenditure of Day and Eyening Schools and the attendance in Day Schools only.

School Boards.— Income, Expenditure, and Liabilities for
Loans of School Boards in England and Wales and Scotland
^^^^ in each of the years from 1882 to 1896 inclusive.



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PAUPERISM.



383



Paupers and Poor Relief. — ^^Average Number of Paupers in Eeceipt
of Belief, and Amount Expended for the Belief of the Poor
QQ in England aud Wales, Scotland, and Ireland in each of the
00« undermentioned Years and Periods.

(Compiled from the Reports of the Boyal Commission on Depression qf Trade, of the Local Oovemment
Boards for England and Ireland, and qfthe Scotch Board of Supervision^ <fcc.)

A.— ENGLAND AND WALES.



Annual Average qf—

1856-69

i8eo-e4

1865-69

1870-74

1875-79

1880^

1885-89

1890-94

Yea/rs (ended Lady Day)—

1891

1892

1893

1894

1896

1896

1897



< Adult

AUe-

bodied,

I exclusive of

I Vagrants.



No.
146,097
168,674
168,454

i47,oae

98,215

103,804

99,974

96,076

90,668
92,466
100,018
106,213
104,789
106,270
101,829



AU
other.



Total.



Ratio to
Estima-
ted
Popula-
tion,



No.
748,725
779,837
803,621
804,67*
654,761
688,814



669,206

669,162
662,292
658,758
682,720
692,124
710,749
713,068



No.
804,822
948,011
062,075
961,699
762,976
787,118
788,867
765,282

769,730
744,757
758,776
787,933
796,913
816,019
814 887



Percent.
4*7
4-7
4*5
4*2
31
8*0
2-9
2-6

2-6
2-6
2*6
2-6
2-6
2-7
2'6



Amount expended for Poor
Belief.




Per Head


Per Head


Amount.


Fftnpers.


of Popula-
tion.


£


£ 8. d.


£ s. d.


6,846,064


6 10 8


6 1


6,052,370


6 7 8


6 11


6,967,096


7 4 10


6 6


7,779,112


8 3 6


6 9


7,548,668


10 6


6 2


8,221,092


10 8 11


6 4


8,364,879


10 11 11


6 1


8,963,272


1114 3


6 2


8,643,818


11 7 6


6


8,847,678


11 17 7


6 1


9,217,614


12 2 11


6 3


9,673,606


12 5 6


6 6


9,866,605


12 7 7


6 6


10,215,974


12 10 5

»


6 8

«



B.— SCOTLAND.



Begistered
and Casual
Poor.



Annual Average of—

1865-59 ,

1866-64

1866-69 •

1870-74

1875-79

1880-84

1886-89

1890-94
Years (ended iith May)^

1891

1892

1898

1894 i....

1895

1896 ,

1897



No.
84,117
82,060
81,772
77,902
66,062
63,989
61,686
60,101

69,760
59,464
69,732
60,960
62,116
68,607



Depen-
dents.



No.
88,441
43,288
49,237
46,611
87,114
36,828
86,048
82,446

82,192
82,120
82,061
82,533
33,306
84,383



Total.



No.
122,658
125,338
131,009
128,413
103,176
100,317
96,683
92,547

91,952
91,574
91,813
93,493
95,421
97,990



Batioto
Estima-
ted
Popula-
tion.



Percent-
4-2
4-2
4*8
3-7
2-9
2-7
2*4
2*3

2*3
2*3
2*2
2*8
2*3
2*3



; expended for Poor
Belief.



Amount.



636,116
714,511
832.702
865,868
864,841
896,961
887,086
906,646

880,468
912,838
926,644
t956,815
f994,014
11,037,931



Per Head

of
Paupers.



£ 8. d.

6 3 8

6 14

6 7 1

6 18 8

8 7 8

8 18

9 8



8
6
9 16 11

9 11 6
9 19 4
10 1 10
10 4 8
10 8 4
10 11 10



Per Head
of Popula-
tion.



S. d.

4 2

4 8

5 3

5
4 10
4 9
4 6
4 6

4 4

4 6

4 6

4 8

4 10

6



C— IRELAND.



Indoor.



Outdoor.



Anntial Avera^ of— No.

1866-69 61,398

1860-64 49,886

1865-69 63,418

1870-74 i 47,767

1876-79 1 46,240

62,146

46,627
42,806



1880-84
1885-89

1890-04

Yewts (ended Lady Day)—
1891



1893.
1894.
1895
1896.
1897.



42,282
41,629
41,363
41,994
41,903
41,181
41.723



t No.

' 1,307

I 4,688

12.727

24,610

I 32,615

, 56,227

64,616

60,614

62,121
61,976
68,820
67,869
67,383
56,468
64.419



TotaL



Batio to
Estima-,

ted
Popula-|

tion.



No.
62,700
63,923
66,140
72,377
78,866
106,372
111,243
102,919

104,403
103,604
100,173
99,863
99,286
97,649
96,142



Percent
10
0*9
1*1
1-3
1*5
21
2*3
2*2

2-2
2*2
2-2
2-2
2*2
2*1
21



Amount



expended for Poor
BeUef.



Amount.



£

669,661

689.594

766,069

^1,860

951,483

1,128,620

1,«63,994

1.041,802

1,041,960
1,064,400
1,037,993
1,044,927
1,049,724
1,056,276



Per Head

of
Pauperg.



£ s. d.

10 10 5

11 17 3
11 11 8

11 18

12 1 4
10 8 3

9 9 6

10 2 6



9 19
10 8
10 7
10 9
10 11
10 16



Per Head
of Popula-
tion.



£ s. d.

2 3

2 8

2 8

3 2

3 6

4 5

4 4

4 5



* Cannot be given. f Total Poor Law expenditure not defrayed out of Loans.



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384



CRIME— POLICE— ARMY.



Oriminal Offenders. — ^Number committed for Trial, . Conviotdd, and
Acquitted in each Division of the United Kingdom in each j^sft
from 1890 to 1896, inclusive ; with the Annual Average in etfch
quinquennial period from 1860-64 to 1885-89.

9 Q (Compiled from vtunotLs numbers qf the *' StatiHical Abstract for the United Kingdom.")





England and Wales.


Scotland.


Com-


[bslani


K


Unitsd Kingdom.




Com- 1 *


Com-


t
Con-
victed.


»




*


Com- ; ♦




mittted Con- Ac-


mltted


Ac-


mitted


Con-


Ac-
quitted.


mltted


Con- Ac-




for victed.
Trial.


quit-
ted.


for
Trial.


quit-
ted.


for
Trial.


victed.


for
Trial.


vlcted. quit.


Av.oT


1




















1860-4


18,930 , 14,357


4,544


8,352


2,464


872


6,760


8,266


2,470


28,042


20,087


7,886


1865-9


19,369 14,515


4,823


8,264


2,448


798


4,864


2,581


1,809


26,997


19,494


7,425


1870-4


15,747 11,672


4,034


2,935


2,237


666


4,514


2,566


1,879


28,196


16,465


6,679


1876-9


15,888 12,018


8,881


2,779


2,126


631


4,162


2,325


1,824


22,829


16,469


6,286


1880-4


14,776 11,350


3,386


2,536


1,964


564


4,056


2,124


1,837


21,367


15,438


6.787


1885-9
Year.
1S90


13,340 10,287


3,001


2,386


1,846


528


2,588


1,410


1,076


18,314


13,642 i 4,599


11,974 9,242


2,670


2,312


1,825


476


2,061


1,196


817


16,847 12,260 | 8,963


1891


11,695 9,055


2,585


2,354


1,823


484


2,112


1,265


792


16,161


12,183 1 8,861


1892


12,216 9,607


2,567


2,252


1,778


491


2,081.


1,196


765


16,499


12,581


8,823


1893


12,296 1 9,797


2,550


2,394


1,903


462


2,839


1,378


898


17,029


18,078


8,905


1894


12,155 9,634


2,464


2,371


1,937


425


2,408


1,469


868


16,934


13,040


8,757


1895


11,621 1 9,169


2,397


2,027


1,652


371


1,775


1,096


663


16,423 1 11,917


8,431


1896


11,213 ' 8,855 ' 2.316 1 2,120 ' 1,704


393


2,056


1,310


722 1 15,888 ' 11,869 1 8.431



* Exclusive of persons found and detained as insane, but inclusive of persons discharged without
trial. t Exclusive of persons ou<{au7«d.

* Police. — Strength of the Police Force in each Division of the United
jm ^ Kingdom in each of the undermentioned Years.

TS v/» (Compiled from variotu numhers of the " Statistical Aheiractfor the United Kingdom.")





Strength of Police Force in


Years
(con-
tinued).


Strength of Police Porce in




England
and Wales.


Scotland.


Ireland.


England
and Wales.


Scotland.


Inland.


1870

1876

1880

1888

1884

1885

1886

1887

18«8


26,441
29,460
31,488
34,488
34,999
36,608
36.447
36,912
37,296


2,967
3,075
3,484
8,659
8,747
8,782
8,824
8,892
3,986


14,007
12,352
12,579
16,819
14,902
14,184
13,967
13,977
18,984


1889. . . .
1890....
1891....
1892....
1893....
1894...
1896....
1896....


37,957
39,221
39,673
40,596
41,164
40,609
40,966
41,560


4,038
4,103
4,228
4,400
4,488
4,525
4,583
4,598


18,061
18,921
18,840
13,680
13,403
13,831
18,187
13,141



Army. — Average Strength of the Regular Army at Home and Abroad in
each of the undermentioned years.



41.



(Compiled from the " Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom" and the General
Annual Returns of the British Army.)



Years.


Officers.


NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS

AND Men.


.Ofpiobrs and Mbf.




At Home.


Abroad.


Total.


At Home.


Abroad.


Total.


At Home.


Abroad.

124,375


Total.


1865....


4,457


6,372


10,829


80,045


118,003


198,048


84,502


208,877


1870....


4,822


4,805


9,627


84,848


86,969


170,817


89,670


90,774


180,444


1875....


4,391


8,691


8,082


92,802


33,786


176,587


97,193


87,476


184,669


1880....


4,044


8,773


7,817


87,843


93,326


181,169


91,887


97,099


188,986


1881....


8,954


3,658


7,612


87,992


93,194


181,186


91,946


96,852


188,798


1882....


8,818


3,518


7,336


90,477


91,416


181,893


94,295


94,934


18»,229


1883....


8,714


8,479


7,198


86,357


88,421


174,778


90,071


91,900


181,971


1884....


8,678


3,519


7.097


86,416


89,491


175,907


89,994


93,010


188,004


1886....


8,248


3,827


7,075


88,831


102,658


190,989


91,579


100,486


198,064


1886....


8,556


3,662


7,218


94,601


102,086


196,587


98,067


105,748


208,805


1887....


8,758


3,613


7,271


103,009


99,294


202,308


106,767


102,807 .


209,574


1888....


3,778


3,549


7,322


103.140


100,643


203,783


106,913


104,192


211.105


1889....


3,899


3,689


7,488


102,057


100,753


202,810


105,956


104,342


210,208


1890....


8,896


3,631


7,527


101,772


99,922


201,694


106,668


108,553


209,221


1891....


3,876


3,738


7,614


100,984


101,101


202,086


104,860


104.839


209,699


1892....


3,878


3,775


7,653


102,237


103,650


205,887


106,116 .


107,426


213)540


1898....


3,846


8,820


7,666


102,228


107,886


209,613


106,074


111,206


217,279


1894....


8,908


3,771


7,679


101,841


109,601


211,442


10e;r49'


Ii8;8r2


«l§il«l


1895....


8,930


8,788


7,713


103,706


108,890


212,696


107,636


112,678


220,809


1896. . . .


3.982


3.833


7,765


102,476


110,501


21S.977


106,408


114,834


220,742



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ARM Y — cont inued, 385

Army, Distribution of. — Distribution of the Establishments of each
Branoh of the Regular Army, the Establishments being those
A,Q upon which the Estimates for 1897*^8 were based,

i*^'^ {CompiUd from (he Army Sriimates, 1897-08.)





Cavalry.


Artll.
lery.


Engi.
neers.


In-
fantry.


West
India

and
Colo.

nial
Corps.


Army

Service

and

Ordnance

Store
Corps, Ac


Medi-
cal
Staff
Corps.


Total.








Home—

Besrimental EstabUflhments

Depdts, Military Police, Ac


11,883
379
171


16,684)
1,969;
1,144


5,721
174


/ 61,366

\ 5,679

5,206


••


6,159


2,000
"27


} 110,430
6,722


TotalforHom©

lilDlA


11,933

5,670
613

99i


19,797

13,398

321

1,713

2,276

1,195

1,329

513

1,126


6,895

353
108
406
294
2

264

340

179

246

19


72,251

63,694
3,077
8,042
7,057
123

5,061

3,036
1,012
2,029


*724

2,244
1,956
1,630


6,159

102
139
121
95
5

148

87
43
104


2,117

'*8S

80

123

6

97

68
14
69


117,162

73,217
4,246
5,862


Egypt

Gibraltar


Malta


10.600
135


Cyprus


West and South Africa, St. Helena,
and Mauritius


10,003


Ceylon, Hong Kong, and the Straits
Settlements


6,815


Canada


1,761


Bermuda and the West Indies

Miscellaneous Duties


5,194
10






Total


19,110


41,668


8.106


150,382


6.563


6,008


2,661


234,478



Indian Army. — Established Strength of each Branch of the Native
^O Army in British India for the Official Year 1895-96.

*w» {CempOedfrom the " SUUUticaX Abstract for BrUiah India.")



Bbnoal—
Europeans : Officers, Com. or Kon-Com.

Natives: AU Banks

Total

Madras —
Europeans : Officers, Com. or Non-Com.

Natives: All Banks

Total

Bombay—
Europeans : Officers, Com. or Non-Corn.

Natives: AU Banks

Total



ArtiUery. Cavalry, ^ffi^"



25
3,364
3,3^

390



8
745



& Miners.



256
16,42 4
16,680

80
1,965
1,995



71
4,481



4,552



62
1^17
1,369



57
1,580

1,687

33
837



870



Infantry.



608
62,21 3
62,821 162



•All
others.



2
160



28,001
28,2 89

234
22,41 6
22,650



Total.



948
88,468



84,411



2
48



45



1
140



877
31,920



32,300



141



347
28,619
23,066



Total for Iitoia—
Europeans : Officers, Com. or Non-Com.

Natives : AU Banks

Total



88
4,499



857
2,870
3,227



142
8,684



1,130
112,630
113,760'



1,667
144,016



145.688



* Body OuarTlmT^bmarlne Miners.

Reserve and Auxiliary Forces. — Statement showing the Strength
of each Arm in the Year 1896.

(Oompiled from ike Army Estimatei and the General Armual Betwm of the BrUith Army.)



44.



FORCSS.

(a) Army Beserva-



(a) Class I. .

(«)*c



*Clas8 II

(b) Militia (including Mi-
litia Beserve)— -

Number Enrolled

Present at Training —

Ohannei. Islakds
Militia

Malta Militia

(b) Yeomanry Cavalry—
Number EnroUed . . .

(c) Volunteers—

Number EnroUed . . .
Efficients



Cavalry.


ArtiUery.
9,768


Engine'rs.


Infantry.


6,875


2,662


65,279


z


16.928
14,689


1,910
1,046


98,650
82,778



AU
Others.



Not separately stated.



10,184

t226
+182



48,060
41.806



13,089
12,517



178,292
178.201



4,081



t285
t2o4



11,393
tl,828



Total.



78,100

82



117,773
08,761

8,60oi
1,121 (

10,184

236,050
280,034



I, Total for
1806.

78,057
ziz



117,789
104,064

i|i30



231,704

>94{062



* Including enroUed pensioners. t Light Horse,

(a) At 1st January, 1807. (5) At the dates of Inspections.

26



X Medical Staff Corps,
(c) At Ist November, 1806.

Digitized by VjOOQIC



386



ARMY — cor^timved.



Army, Oost of. — Abstract of the Army Estimates for the Financial
Years, 1896-96, 1896-97 and 1897-98.

~J|;0 « (Compiled from the Army Estimates for the respective years).



1895-96.


1896-97.


VOTKS.


1897-98.


*Net
Esti.
m&te.


Gross
Esti-
mate.


•Net
Esti-
mate.


Gross
Esti-
mate.


Gross
Esti-
mate.


•Net
Esti-
mate.


£


&

190,200
5,697,400

823.710
60,340
30,600

722,000


£


£

192.000
6.689,305

348,355
60,140
80.800

719.000


Regular Forces.
Pay, &c., of General Staff


193,000
5,757,400

343,600
60,800
30,000

713,000


£




Regimental Pay and Allowances

Other Charges, including wages of Army

Service Corps subordinate establishments

Chaplain's Department






Military Law, and Staff of Military Prisons
Army Reserve, Pay of

Total




5,841,950


7,024,250


5,860,100


7,034,100


7,097,800


5,937,800




Medical Establishments, Pay, <ke

Auxiliary Forces.
Militia Pay and Allowances




292,000


293,300


294,800


296,100


297,100

566,600

76,010

62fr,700


295,800


560,000


573,800
73,010
824,600


648,000

73,000

624,500


561,000

73,010

625,000

1,259,010


553,000


73,000
824,200


Yeomanry Cavalry ditto

Volunteer Corps ditto


76,000
627,200


1,457,200


1,470,910


1,245,500


Total


1,270,310
660,500


1,256,200





Transport and Remounts




637,000


664,800


660,200


682,200


639,000


-


Provisions and Clothing.
Provisions, Forage, and other supplies..

Total




2,581,000
840,600


2,621,000
1,161,100


2,519,900
858,600

3,378,500


2,557,200
1,248,500

3.805,700


2,591,100
1,308,600


2,553,400
894,000


8,421,600


3,782,100


8,899,700


3,447,400


1,952,850


2,251,350


2,122,300


2,438,000


Warlike Stores, Supply and Repair of..
Works, Buildings, and Repairs, Cost of

Other Effective Services

Military Education Establishments

Miscellaneous Effective Charges

War Office, Salaries, &c


2,439,900


2,069,200


989,600


1,044,386


tl,007,700

119,900

51,400

253,900


tl.067.100


tl,116,760


U.O16400


114,500

49,000

258,600


175,100

55,400

258,550


176,300

58,200

253,950


178,500
62,100
248,650


118,600

54,800

248,600


422,000


489,050


425,200


488,460


Total

Total ErPECTivB Services


489,260


422,000


15,014,200


17,020,146


14.994,300


17,070,660


17,271,310

1,896,811
1,819,330

175,471


15.083.800




Non-Effective Services.

Non-Effective Charges for Officers, &c. . .

Ditto ditto for Men, &c

Superannuation, Compensation, and Com-
passionate Allowances




1,515,200
1,356,000

169,400


1,857,895
1,828,220

169,497


1,517,200
1,357,800

172,800


1,866,327
1,829,020

172,971


1,528,800
1,352,600

175,300




Total Effective and Non-Effective
Services




18,053300


20,875,758


18.042,100


20,938,978


21,162,422


18«140,500













♦Deducting Appropriations in Aid. For 1897-98 these include £239,000 Contributions from
Colonial Revenues in aid of Military Expenditure, £87,000 from the Egyptian Government on account
2 °^*i?.^nance of British troops in Egypt, and £729,000 from the Indian Government on account of
Home Effective Charges (including deferred pay) for forces serving in India.

t Including £187,752 for annuities payable under the Barracks Act.

X „ £196,547 „ „ „ „



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NAVY— SEAMEN, MARINES, &C.— FLEETS.



387



Seamen, Marines, Naval Reserves, &c. — ^Numbers provided for

Af^ in the Estimates for 1897-98.

■^O* (Compiled from the Navy E stimates, 1897-98.)



Fleet— Service Afloat.



Flag Officers

Commissioned Officers

Subordinate Officers

Naval Cadets and Engineer Students —

Warrant Officers

Petty Officers and Seamen

Boys, including 6,000 in Training Ships. .



Total.



Coast Guabd Service on Shoroe.

Commissioned Officers

Warrant Officers

Petty Officers, Seamen, &c



Total

Other Services, Officers and Men



Marines.



Afloat ...
On Shore .



Officers.
114



Men.

9,240
7,162



Total



Nob.



15

♦3,214

646

454

1,110

63,079

9,400



77,918



90
233

3,877



4,200
1,022



9,354
7,450



16,804



Marines— Con^intted.
Artillery—

Officers

Serjeants

Bank and File, Buglers, &c. .



Total Artillery

Light Irtfantry —

Officers

Serjeants

Bank and File, Musicians, &c.



Nos.

102

248

3,017



Total Infantry

Dep6t (Officers, 15; Serjeants, &c., 46)..

Total, as shown above

Head Quarters Staff

Royal Marine Divisions (Paymasters and
Barrackmasters), and other Services. .

Total Marines



Reserve and Auxiliary Forces.
Royal Naval Reserve—

Officers 1,700

Men 26,300



Total

Seamen and Marine Pensioners' Reserve
Total Reserves and Auxiliary Forces. .



3,367



285

956

12,135



13,376



61



16,804



12
189



17,005



27,000



t6,600



33,500



* Including Chaplains.

t In addition to this number, all Pensioners under 55 years of age are liable to be called up for
service in case of war or on any emergency.

Navies, British and Foreign. — Comparison of the number of
Vessels of eacb Class comprised in the Fleets of the undermentioned
Countries at the 2nd June, 1896, together with the number of

Ajy Vessels of each Class in course of construction in each Country

4 I » at the same date.

{Compiled from Parliamentary Paper, No. 360, of Session 1896.)



Class of Vessels.



Vessels BuUt.

Battle Ships

Cruisers, Armoured «.

„ Protected ....

„ Unprotected

Coast Defence Vessels, Armoured

Special Vessels

Torpedo Vessels ,

Torpedo Boat Destroyers

Torpedo Boats



Vessels BuUdiift,g.

Battleships

Cruisers, Armoured

„ Protected

„ Unprotected

Coast Defence Vessels, Armoured

Special Vessels

Torpedo Vessels

Toi^tedo Boat Destroyers

Torpedo Boats



United
Kingdom,



No.

45
18
87
16
15
3
35
42
*101



France.



No.

29

9

23

20

tl4

1

13

211



6

1
14



Russia.



No.

10
9



3
12

4
16

5
152



Germany.



No.
21

7
22
11

1
5



Italy.



No.

18

1
15

1

2
15

140



United
States.



No.

5
2
18
10
19



19



* First Class Boats only. t Eight of these are described as Armoured Gunboats.

§ Three of these are Armoured Gun-vessels.



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NAVY ESTIMATES.

Cost of the Navy— Ships, Seamen, and Marines. - Abstract of

the Navy Estimates for 1895-96, 1896-97, and l«97-98

{CompiUd from the Navy BeHmata for the retpeoHve year*.)



48.



1895-96.



*Net
EsUmate.



4,1 88,600

"jj iot.ioo



161,400
~li),600
~ 79T00

Tmoo



2 15,600

1,810,000 1
2,656,000

3,416.000



7 ,881,000
"X093,200



547,000



176,80
"2377200



16, 654,200
7617800

1,007,900
817,800

60,800



18,701,000



Gross
Estimate.



£

8,165,024
97,691

190,698

256,514



8,709,827

519,392
20,150
13,014



4, 262,883
"1J88 ,754



175,731
~l0,627



106,727



72,197



210,288

6,250
100



*Net
Estimate.



1896-97.

Gross



4,419^800
1^3 69,600



156,200



10,600
81,300



63,300



229,800



1,597,202
227,793

2,803,000



1,232,260
1,720,724

457,183
45,478



8, 088,686



654,600



186,514



245,720



17,895,182



774,276

1,031,827
817,786

96,800



]-2,104,000
2,251,000

.5,886,000



9,741,000



2.548,200



618,400



189,200



236,800



60,800



19,618,821 21,823,000 22,774,318



Estimate.

£

3,800,690



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