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^Q (From The Hon. O. C. Brodridk's " Etigliah Land and English Landlords.")



Owners of land (totiU) according to the Domesday Book

Owners of land of less than 1 acre in extent, according to the
Domesday Book



Owners of land of more than 1 acre in extent, according to the
Domesday book



Owners of more than 3,000 acres of land assessed at more than
£3,000 gross annual value, according to Bateman's* " Great
Landowners " (1,704 persons)



Number of
Entries
in the

Domesday
Book.



Extent of
Lands held.



Gross

Annual

Value at

which the

Land was

Assessed.




33,018,515 99,352,301



703,289



151,172 29,127,679



269,547 32,862,343 70,224,622



t 3,873
(estimated.)
Owners of land of between 2,000 and 8,000 acres in extent,
assessed at not less than £2,000 gross annual value, and,
of more than 3,000 acres in extent, but assessed at between

£2,000 and £3,000 gross annual value i 1 1,311

(estimated.)
Public Authorities^ Trustees of Charities, &c., &c. (which entries

are printed in italics in the Domesday Book) 14,367



14,287,373



17,144,848
(estimated.)



Owners of more than 1 acre of land and of less than 2,000 acres

assessed at less than £2,000 gross annual value

[A few owners of estates of more than 2,000 acres may bej
Included, but in all such cases the land must havci
been assessed on an average at less than £1 per acre.]'



t249,996



2,018,952 2,858,6:



1,449,008



15,107,010



3,622,520
(estimated.)

46,598,616
(estimated.)



*In Bateman's "Great Landowners," all persons are included whose estates In the United
Kingdom exceed 2,000 acres in extent, and £2,000 in gross annual value. But as the above table
refers to England and Wales only, a few persons may be included whose estates in that division
of the Kingdom are below the limits mentioned.

t These estimates are founded on the figures in Bateman's " Great Landowners," with due
allowance for those proprietors whose estates in England and Wales alone would fall below the
standard indicated.

According to Mr. Arthur Arnold—

28 Dukes on an average own in the United Kingdom 142,500 acres each, and are repeated
5*6 times in the Domesday Book. (The Duke of Sutherland's acreage is returned
as 1,358,456 acres.)

33 Marquesses on an average own in the United Kingdom 47,500 acres each, and are repeated
3*7 times in the Domesday Book.

194 Earls on an average own in the United Kingdom 30,200 acres each, and are repeated
3*3 times in the Domesday Book.

270 Viscounts and Barons on an average own In the United Kingdom 14,300 acres each,
and are repeated 2*5 times in the Domesday Book.

And as the owners of between 2,000 and 3,000 acres in England and Wales on an average own
2,549 acres each, and are repeated 1*7 times in the Domesday Book, the number of owners of the
249,996 estates of above 1 acre and less than 2,000 acres given in the table, assuming that they have
been repeated as often, will be 147,657, and the total number of persons owning more than one acre of
land in England and Wales will be about 150,153.



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396



FOREIGN TRADE.



Value of Imports and Exports of Merchandise into and from

the United Kingdom in 1864-1896, with the excess of the nei
Imports over the Exports of British Produce. (In thousands ol
f^Q pounds — 000*8 omitted.)

^^ ^^ • (Compiled from various numbers of the " Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom.")









Value of


Net Imports-


-i.«., Im-


Exports of British and


ExceM of


ao


Total Value
of Imports

and
Exports.

Thousand £


Value of
Imports


Exjjorts of

Foreign and

Colonial


ports less Re*Exports.


Irish Produce.


n«t Imports


>i


Total Value.


PerHead
of Popa>


Total Value.


Per Head
of Popu-


OTor
Exports of
British Pro-






Produce.




lation.




lation.


duce.




Thousand £


Thousand £


Thousand £


£ 8. d.


Thousand £


£ 8. d.


Thou'nd £


1854


268,223


152,889


18,649


133,740


4 16 8


97,185


8 10 2


86,565


1855


260,234


143.548


21,003


112,640


4 8 1


96,688


S 8 10


fS'SS^


1856


811,764


172,544


28,893


149,161


6 6 6


116,827


4 2 10


83,824


1857


334,018,


187,844


24,108


163,786


6 16 2


122,066


4 6 7


41,670


1858


804,867


164,584


28,174


141,410


4 19 7


116,609


4 2 5


H*'^


1859


834,875


179,182


26,281


153,901


6 7 8


180,412


4 11 2


23,489


1860


375,052


210,531


28,680


181,901


6 6 6


1S5.891


4 14 7
16 6


46,010


1861


377,118


217,485


84,530


182,956


6 6 8


126,108


57,858


1S62


391,885


225,717


42,176


183,641


6 6 6


128,992


4 6 7


69,549


1863


445,821


248,919


60,800


198,619


6 16


146,602


6


62,017


1864


487,572


274,952


62,171


222,781


7 10 6


160,449


6 8 4


62,882


1865


489,904


271,072


52,996


218,076


7 6 1


166,836


6 11 1


52,240


1866


584,196


295,290


49,988


245,802


8 3 1


188,918


6 5 7


66,384


1867


500,986


275,188


44,841


230,842


7 11 10


180,962


6 19 4


49,880


1868


522,472


294,693


48,101


246,592


8 1 1


179,678


6 17 4


66,914


1869


532,475


295,460


47,061


248,399


8 8


189,964


6 2 7


68,445


1870


547,338


803,267


44,494


258,763


8 5 10


199,587


6 7 11


69,176


1871


614,590


381,015


60,509


270,506


8 11 8


223,066


7 15


47,440


1872


669,282


354,694


58,881


296,363


9 6 2


266,257


8 10


40,106


1873


682,292


371,287


56,840


815,447


9 16 5


255,165


7 18 7


60,282


1874


667,738


870,083


68,002


311,991


9 18 5


889,668


7 7 6


72,483


1875


655,552


378,940


68,146


316,794


9 12 10


223,466


6 16 1


92,828


1876


631,931


875,156


66,187


819,018


9 12 10


200,630


6 10


118,879


1877


646,766


894,420


53,453


840,967


10 3 11


198,893


6 18 6


142,074


1878


614,255


868,771


52,685


816,136


9 7 1


192,849


6 13 8


123,287


1879


611,776


862,992


57,251


305,741


8 19


191,532


6 11 8


114,209


1880


697,644


411,230


68,864


347,876


10 1 10


223,060


6 8 10


124,816


1881


694,105


897,022


68,060


333,962


9 11 2


234,023


6 14


99,939


1882


719,680


418,020


65,198


347,827


9 17 7


241,467


6 17 2


106,860


1883


732,329


426,892


65,638


361,254


10 3 10


239,799


6 15 4


121,466


1884


685,986


890,019


02,942


827,077


9 3 2


233,025


6 10 6


94,052


1885


642,442


370,968


58,859


312,609


8 18 8


218,115


5 18 4


99,494


1886


618,823


849,864


66,284


293,630


8 1 9


212,725


5 17 2


80,906


1887


643,490


862,227


59,849


302,878


8 6 6


221,914


6 13


80.964


1888


686,213


887,636


64,042


323,694


8 16 6


234,535


6 7 2


®!»S2


1889


1 743,230


427,688


66,667


360,981


9 14 2


248.935


6 18 11


118,046


1890


748,944


420,692


64,722


355,970


9 9 11


263,530


7 7


92,440


1891


744,555


435,441


61,879


373,562


9 17 8


247,235


6 10 10


126,827


1892


715,434


423,794


64,424


359,370


9 8 8


227,216


5 19 3


132,164


1893


681,82(5


404,688


68,879


346,809


8 19 11


218,260


5 13 7


127,549


1894


682,131


408,345


57,780


850,565


9 10


216,006


6 11 5


^?i'!^S


1895


702,522


416,690


59,704


356,986


9 2 6


226,128


6 15 8


130,858


1896


; 738,188


441,809


66,234


385.575


9 15 6


240,145


6 18


145,429



Movement of Bullion. — Value of Bullion and Specie Imported into
and Exported from the United Kingdom in each of the years
1890-1896, with averages for quinquennial periods from 1870-4 to

gQ 1885-9. (In thousands of pounds — OOO's omitted.)

^^^^* (Compiled from various numbers of the ^^ Annual Statement of Trade.")



~


Gold. |


Silver. [


Total of Gold and Silver.




Imports.


Exports.


Imports.


Exports.


Imports.


Exports.


Excess of




Imports.


Exports.


Average of
1870-4....
1875-9....
1880-4....
1885-9 ..
Year.

1890 ... .

1891 .. ..

1892

1893

1894

1895
1896 ....


Thous'd £
19,517
19,260
10,469
18,886

23,668
30,276
21,588
24 835
27,572
36,009
24,469


Thous'd £
16,035
17,617
11,691
12,888

14,307
24,168
14,832
19,502
16,648
21,369
30,124


Thous'd £
12,719
13.650
8,409
8,025

10,386
9,316
10,746
11,913
11,005
10,666
14,329


Thous'd £

10,919

12,818

8,468

8,632

10,863
13,061
14,079
13,590
12,165
10,857
15,048


Thous'd £
32,236
32,810
18,868
21,861

83,954
39,591
32,329
86,748
88,677
46,675
38,798


Thous'd £
26,964
80,435
20,159
21,520

25,170
87,229
28,911
33,092
«7,8W
31,726
46,172


Thous'd £
5,282
2,375

341

8,784
2,362
3,418
8,666
10,764
14,949


Thous'd £
1,291

6,,S74



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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.



397



Imports, Classes of Goods. — Value of the different Glasses of
Goods (Food, Baw Materials, Manufactures, &c.) Imported into
the United Kingdom during each of the undermentioned years

/^l [In thousands of pounds sterling.]

^^^ ' (Compiled from the " Monthly Accounts of Trade and Navigation,")



,


Articles of Food


1


Chemi-


1 -D.... -M-.4.».J.1<.




Miscel-


1 ^""l'


and Drink.


i


cals, Dye
Stuffs,






Manu-


laneous,
includ-




mals,


Duti-


_ For


«


Years Living


r.„. iable, in-


Metals.-


and


Oihi. i_^<jr. Sundry


factured


ing Im-


Total.


! (for
Food).


?-' f±'




Tanning
Sub-


iM'nuf'c-


other
Indus-


Articl's.


ports by
Parcel






bacco.


Th's'nd


stances


torles.


tries.




Post.






Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd




£.


&.


*,


£>.


£.


£,.


&.


£.


£.


£.


£.


1S84


10,526


123,287


28,426


^^'22S


9,545


^'iS!


86,302


40,982


53,264


tl4,140


889,774


1885


8,786


124,039


28,967


18,287


8,798


6,788


70,219


88,809


53,418


tl4,344


370,404


1886


7,143


109,761


29.064


15,040


7,952


6,040


72,164


35,378


63,866


tl2,964


349,381


1887


6,149


116,931


29,190


16,618


7,729


«'^


77,889


33,396


54,864


tl3,131


361,935


1888


7,727


124,281


27,780


23,243


8,114


6.433


80,469


36,723


57,794


14,387


386,961


1889


10,360


134,870


80,185


22,085


8,685


7,123


91,307


43.695


64,268


16,072


427,595


1890


11,216


186,422


29,760


23,711


8,190


6,992


85,239


41,626


63,218


14,511


420,885


1891


9,246


148,510


80,420


23,030


7,314


7,340


89,216


40,036


65,082


15,497


436,691


1892


9,361


149,116


29,986


21,093


6,695


7,076


77,631


41,990


65,441


15,604


423,892


1893


6,352


144,268


28,275


20,630


6,335


7,401


68,007


40,989


65,854


16,677


404,68s


1894


9,090


189,450


27,758


19,051


6,320


7,505


7(s626


43,091


68,926


16,629


408,345


1895


8,966


140,243


28,413


18,666


6,559


8,112


70,769


44,024


75,601


15,346


416,689


1896 ; 10,438
First


146,302


80,064


20,465


6,785


8,447


74,766


47,241


81,260


16,049


441,807


18971 '


137,211


27,888


19,446


6,691


6,965


62,006


48,291


78,601


18,492


409,933



* NOTE.— It will be noticed that the figures in this Column do not quite correspond with those
stated in Table No. 59. The above figures are based on the .first entries of Importers, while those in
Table 59 are taken from the Keturns published after final examination and correction of the accounts.

t The value of the imports by Parcel Post was not stated for these years.



Exports, Classes of Gtoods.— Value of the different Classes of
the Exports of British and Irish Produce from the United Kingdom
duriijg each of the undermentioned years, specifying the value of
Articles of Food, Raw Materials, and various groups of Manu-

C^ Q factured Goods. [In thousands of pounds sterling.]

^^"■* {Compiled from the *' Monthly Accounts of Trade and Navigation.")











Articles Manufactured and Partly Manufactured.














Chemi- All














Metals






cals and


Other








Ani-


Articles


*




and


Machi-


Apparel


Chemi-


Manu-


Exports




Years


mals
Living.


of Food

and
Drink.


Haw

Mater-

ials.


and
Textile
Fabrics.


Metal
Goods
(except
Machi-


r„1

Mill
Work.


and
Articles
of Per-
sonal
Use,


cal and
Medi-
cinal
Pre-


factured

or
Partly
Manu-


^y

Parcel
Post.


Total.












nery).




para-


factured






















tions.


Articles


ThVnd






Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd


Th's'nd




£.


£.


£.


£.


£.


£.


£.


£.


£.


£.


£.


1884


614


10,484


13,493


109,864


37,179


13,074


10,788


7,839


29,690


t


233,025


1885


513


9,958


18,881


101,879


31,711


11,087


10,840


6,978


27,197


t


213,044


1886


661


9,562


12,269


105,351


31,719


10,137


9,761


6,696


26,877


t


212,438


1887


736


9,389


12,764


108,074


34,981


11,126


10,245


7,038


27,111


t


221,414


1888


1,040


10,288


13,980


108,870


37,166


12,939


11,194


7,436


80,989


692


234,534


l'«89


1,173


10,741


17,363


110,172


40,916


16,274


11,416


7,933


38,071


887


248,935


1890


862


11,259


21,541


112,447


45,223


16,411


11,286


8,966


34,535


1,001


263,631


1891


671


10,699


21,382


106,996


89,210


16,818


11,332


8,878


82,204


1,095


247,235


1892


699


10,436


19,820


100,066


88,044


13,887


10,433


8,585


29,616


1,002


227,077


1893


680


10,619


17,085


96,664


80,837


18,918


9,549


8,680


29,230


1,042


218,094


1894


666


10,700


19,811


96,025


27,979


14,205


8,737


8,471


28,l2l


1,109


216,824


1896


793


11,062


18,299


101,377


28,887


16,161


9,307


8,289


31,387


1,888


225,890


1896
First


941


11,365


17,692


106,364


83,673


17,037


10,473


8,243


88,684


1,670


239,922


11
M'ths.


[ 1,036


11,084


18,492


88,553


31,609


15,184


9,094


7,969


30,272


1,865


216,048


of 1897


)























* Principally coal, t Not stated in these years, f See Note * le Table 61.



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398



IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.



Import Trade. — Value of the Imports of Merchandise into the United
Kingdom from the principal Foreign Countries and British Pos-
sessions in each of the undermentioned years.

(Comp iled from various numbers^/ theJ^Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom.")



63.



FoREioN Countries.
Argentine Republic . . .
Austrian Territories . . .

Belgium

Bmril

Central America

Chile

*China

Colombia, U.S. of

Denmark and Iceland .

Ecuador

*Egypt

France

—Algeria

Germany

Oreece

Haiti and St. Domingo.

Holland

— *Java & other Eastern

Possessions

Italy

*Japan

Mexico

Morocco

Peru

Portugal

—Azores and Madeira

Roumania

Russia, Northern Ports
,, Southern Ports

Spain

—West India Ishinds ..
—Philippine Islands —

Sweden and Norway

Turkey

United States

Uruguay

Venezuela

t West Coast of Africa. .

other Countries

Total of Foreign Coun

tries

Increase per cent, over

1860 '

British Possessions. '

Australasia . '

Cape of Good Hope and

Natal

*Ceylon

Channel Islands

Gibraltar

Gold Coast and Lagos . .

Honduras, British

*Hong Kong

*India, British

Malta

Mauritius

North American Colonies
^Straits Settlements . . .
West Africa Settlements
West India Islands and

Guiana

Other Possessions

Total of British Posses

sions

Increase per cent, over

1860

Grand Total



1865.



1.

7,
6,

3,

10,

1,

2,



Jl

15
H
15
13
)5

rs

J7
L5

21, )0

81,625,231

90,505

16,611,852

1,071,645

230,287!

12,413,404

226
2,994,233

614,743
3,216,924

412,889
4,002,150
2,471,801

378,433

348,381
12,349,801
5,033,896
4,769,277
5,063,839
1,253,904;
5,654,056
5,497,372
21,624,125
1,249,211

221,331
1,318,350

i,r

198,231,488
18-1



1870^

£
1
1

11
6
1
3
9



1875.



10,273,113

S2,445,485

3,707,717

414,391

149,729

295,619

244,556

773,068

37,395,452

83,993

1,246,299

6,350,178

2,155,931

107,073

7,129,594
68,599



^425,080
42-1



£

1,359,788

1,318,889

14,822,240

7,418,605

1,308,869

4,196,096

13,654,722

962,205

4,241,671

233,980

10,895,043

46,720,101

500,185

21,836,401

1,762,301

443,837

14,836,648

1,442,607

4,632,619

377,791

721,907

711,294

4,884,181

4,444,071

340,360

13
7
8
3
1
8
6



1880.

£

886,628,

1,430,949,

11,268,664 :

5,260,670,

1,338,9261

3,456,633;

11,834,727;

838,4391



52,636
88,663,
89,000|
74,280
81,260|
94,593
98,304
90,699
03,747



289,515,606318,710,760
72-5 I 89-9



1,232,649
1,879,847




324,530,783 321,169,
91



§72,840,797



14,075,264

82,873,910

3,450,974

457,389

59,673

300,469;

96,022

281,169

25,090,1631

119,573;

871,387

8,616,364

2,647,320

101,476

5,940,271
61,999



20,559,1541 25,663,334 1 23,325,287 29,36



§4,478-,960

4,380,821

707,309

111,965,

469,966

203,135

1,154,910!

30,137,295,

233,569

824,411 1

^0,212,624

3,149,310

139,861<



§5,638,522

3,386,369

810,435

41,275|

621,284

189,827

1,263,541 ;

30,117,980,

201,010

284,485

13,388,988;

3,697,6241

157,964



§4,466,450

2,389,492

809,878

15,882

738,688

230,946

968,414

31,882,666

78,841

307,864

10,347,190

4,442,106

141,2n



7,326,040 6,671,474 3,960,211
334,662 494,693 807,188



§64,882,413i§84,428,971



51-9



97-8



§92,518,806 §84,401,738



116-7



97-7



303,267,493 373,939,577!411,229,565 370,967,956

§ i S 1 § »



1,228,087

3,098,918

1,024,993

542,979

668,084

1,063,604

2,942,194

149,778

4,447,169

12,368,981

11,891,887

12,608,633

127,873

1,647,708

11,906,346

4,816,883

97,288,349

841,206

308,560

1,057,123

2,174,804



1896.



£

9,084,497

1,221,783

17,646,169

3,614,156

976,014

8,436,142

8,848,865

434,893

9,799,328

117,967

9,624,607

47,470,683

649,362

26,992,569

1,241,406

53,216

28,419,944



874,313

8,182,720

1,143,882

467,331

404,400

1,371,088

2,491,926

127,262

2,118,506

18,211,128

11,526,791

11,314,618

131,567

1,606,271

12,616,983

5,761,537

86,648,860

460,946

68,410

210,493

1,772,647



§96,1C

126
420,691,



997|416,689,668



1896.



£

8,974,164

1,232,678

19,221,408

4,063,663

948,954

3,606,357

2,973,887

569,2S2

10,640,588

163,812

9,659,376

50,104;»71

631,523

27,685,236

1,246,574

92,940

29,261,023



752,234

3,192,866

1,241,433

598,002

218,309

1,288,383

2,616,662

134,462

3,204,114

13,530,725

9.146,718

11,997,919

35,841

1,536,533

13,836,243

5,316,686

106^347,349

316,109

57,426

129,974

2,251.501



,448)848,600,875
107-7



29,402,549

§5,253,874

4,723,547

1,836,763

40,692

1,618,119

262,845

797,158

26,286,467

68,819

67,502

16,444,259

4,800,847

291,690

2,485,180
t820,818



L0|S98,208,029

llS-3
441,808,904



"^^^^oTET^re^ou^unh^peinng^nJE^uerCfrmn^om^
Egypt, instead of from the countries of production. t Exclusive of French and Spanish Possessions,
t The Niger Protectorate is included with British Possessions in 1895 and 1896. It was included with
Foreign Countries in the earlier years. § Exclusive of the value of Diamonds imported — DiamoBids
being exempted by law from entry at the Custom House. The value of Diamonds exported from Cape
Colony to the United Kingdom in 1896 was £4,599,000.



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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. 899

Export Trade.— Value of the Total Exports § of Merchandise from
the United Kingdom to the principal Foreign Countries and British
^^ Possessions in each of the undermentioned years.

f3Tt ■ {Compiled from varioui numbers of the " Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom.")



* Note.— Previous to the opening of the Suez Canal some Articles were entered as exported to
jrpt, instead of to the countries of destination, f Exclusive of French and Spanish Possessions.
The Niger Protectorate is included with British Possessions in 1895 and 18d6. It was included with

Foreign Countries in the earlier years, f Including exports of Foreign and Colonial as well as of British

and Irish produce.



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400 COLONIAL AND FOREIGN TRADE.— FOOD IMPORTS.

Oolonial and Foreign Trade of the United Kingdom. — Per-centage
proportions (as measured by values) of the Trade of the United
Kingdom carried on with Foreign Countries and British Posses-
sions respectively iti eaeh of the undermentioned years .

^ • (CompHted from various nuinbers of the " Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom*' Jbc)



65.



i


Total Trade :—
Imports AKD Exports.


Total Imports.


Total Exports.


Exports of Brfiish
AND Irish Produok.


a


With
Foreign


With
British


From
Foreign


From
British


To Foreign
Countries.


To British
Posses-


To Foreign
Countries.


To British
Posses.




Countries.
1 Percent.




Countries.




sions.




sions.




Per cent.


1

! Per cent.


Per cent.


Per cent.


Percent.


Per cent.


Per cent.


1870


78-0


22-0


78-6


21-4


77-8


22-7


74-0


26-0


1871


79-1


20-9


780


220


80-4


19-6


77-0


280


1872


78-8


21-7


77-6


22*4


79-1


ao-9


76-4


28-6


1878


77-7


22-8


78-2


21-8


771


22-9


74-0


26-0


1874


76-0


24-0


77-8


22-2


73-8


26-2


69*8


80-2


1875


■/6-4


24-6


77-4


22-6


72-8


27-2


6!i-2


81-8


1876


76-6


24-4


77-5


22*5


72-7


27-8


67-7


82-8


1877


74-4


26-6


77-8


22-7


70-0


90^


64-8


35-2


1878


76-6


24-4


i 78-9


211


70-7


29-8


65-7


84-8


1879


76-2


23-8


78-3


21-7


73-8


26-7


68-2


31-8


1880


76-1


24-9


77-6


22-6


71*5


28-5


66-3


887


1881


74-8


25-7


76-9


281


70^


29-2


661


88-9


1882


78-3


26-7


76-9


241


69-9


301


64-9


851


1883


74-2


26-8


76-9


281


70* *


29-6


66-2


84-8


1884


78-2


26-8


75-4


24-6


70-2


29-8


66*8


847


1886


78-6


26-4


77*2


22-8


68-5


81*5


68-4


86-6


1886


73-5


26-5


76-6


23-4


69-4


80-6


64-4


85*6


1887


74-2


26-8


76-9


281


70-7


29-3


66-0


34-0


1888


74-0


26-0


77-6


22-4


69*8


30-7


64-1


85-9


1889


74-7


26-3


77-8


227


71-2


28-8


66*5


88-5


1890


74-6


26-6


77*1


22-9


71-2


28-8


66-8


33-2


1891


74-1


25-9


77-2


22-8


69-8


30-2


65-2


.H4-8


1892


76-0


25-0


76-9


281


72-2


27-8


671


32-9


1893


75-0


25


77-3


22-7


71-6


28*4


67*0


330


1894


74-7


26-8


770


230


71-8


287


66-3


837


lb96


75-6


24-4


77-1


22-9


78-4


26*6


69-0


31-0


1896


76-1


24-9


78-9


211


69-4


30-6


65*0


35



Note.— Similar particulars to the above for each year since 1860 were published in the 1896
issue of the Year Book.

Imports of Pood.— Value of the Imports of the Principal Articles of
A A ^^^ ^^*^ *'^® United Kingdom in each of the undermentioned years.

13 ^^« (Compiled from various numbers of the "Annual Statement of Trade.")





Estimated

Popukktion

of the United


VALUE OF IMPORTS OF


Value


Years.


Live Cattle,
Sheep,



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