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408



R A I L WA YS-^^HMm^mtl^.-^r R A M W A YS.



Railways ; Growth of Revenue.— Amount of the various Branches
of the Traffic Eeceipts of the Railway Companies of the United
Kingdom in each of the undermentioned years. ' ,

n Q (Compiled from variotis numbers of the Annudl Railicay Betums, <i-c.) * '•

■ ^^ A.-PI»OM PASSENGER TRAFFIC.



B.-FROM GOODS TRAFFIC, Ac.



Years.



I860..
1865.
1870.
1875.,
1880..
1885..
1886..
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.



Receipth from Good8 Traffic.



Minerals.



4

6

9

13
14
15

15,„.,._3
15,645,209
16,158,881
17,052,167
17,548,300
18,064,304
17,845,462
16,420,743
18,116,918
18,176,535
18,930.79ft



General
Merchandise.



22,694,358
23,300,107
23,776,089
23,679,670
23,209,208
23,803,846
24,450,682
25,901.4?5



I Total from
Live Stock. Goods



570,980
690,321



Traffic.

£
1 6

1 6

2

*3

*8

*3

*8



ToUl Receipts!

from

Traffic.



,72
03
45
39
99
80
33
S2
17
,-__,.98



40,994,637
43,379,078
44,034,885
46.175 335 '



£
27,766,622
85,890,118
43,417,070
58,982,758
62,961,767
66,644,967
66,615,377
67,914,686
69,739,870
73,717,057
76,548,347
78,361,633
78,529,314
76,844,086
79,874,566
81,396,047
85.296.200



Proportion of Receipts
from Passenger
and Goods Traflte.
Passenger. Goods.
Percent.



47
46
44

44
43
45
45
45
44
44
45
45
45
47
46
46
46



Per cent.
53
54
56
56
57
55
55
56
56
56
55
55
55
53
54
54
54



' Including receipts not classified.

Tramways, — Total Length, Capital, Traffic, and Expenses, &c., of

Tramways in each Division of the United Kingdom in the year

Q{\ ended 80th June, 1896.

^V/» (Comniled from. P



(Compiled from. Parliamentary Paper No. 331 of 1896.)



England and
Wales. '



Scotland.



Ireland.



United
Kingdom.



Total Paid up Capital on 30th June, 1896.
Total Capital Expended at „ „ .



11,160.108
11.742,204



Length of Line open for Traffic

Horses belonging to the Companies . . .
Locomotive Engines belonging to the

Comi>anies

Cars belonging to the Companies

Total Number of Passengers carried I 585,048,162



Gross Receipts

Working Expenditure
Net Receipts



Miles.
792
No.
27,175

535
3,736



3,322,964
2,493,882
829,082



1,504,765
1,942,442



1,492,481
1,511,347



MUes.
96
No.

5,887

13

579

128,453,708

£

543,213

398,113

145,100



Miles.
121
No.
2,559

20

348

45,964,177

£

285,839

213,516

72,J



£
14,157,354
15,195.993



Miles.

*1,009
No.
35,621

568

4,663

759,466,047

£

4,152,0iev

3,105,511

1,046,505



KeCeiptH . . . . ._^;^_;_;_;_;_;^_;_;_;^_;_;_^J_;_;_;_;_;_;J Qt^O^W^; X2U^_£WV |^^O^lO__i__^_AjUW

* Of the total length of line open for public traffic, 335J miles belonged to Local Authorities

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SAVINGS BANKSy



409



Savings Banks. — Namber of Depositors and amount of the Computed
Capital of Post Office and Trustee Savings Banks in each of the
yearsfrom 1880 to 1896, inclusive ; with! Averages for each quin-

^_ quennial period from 1855-9 to 1875-9. [The Capital is stated in

oX, millions of pounds— thus £86-9 « £85,900,000.]

(Compiled from th« " Savings Bank*'* RetumSj and Reports of the Postmaster Oeneral, die.)



Average for
1856-59
1860-64
1866-69
1870-74
1876-79
Years.

1880

1881

1882

1883

1884

1886

1886

1887



1890..
1891.. V
1892...



1894.
1895.



NrMB*:ji OF DxFOsriTOBS.



Post Office
Banks.



852,712
1,430,894
1,830,390

2,184,972
2,607,612
2,858,976
3,106,642
8,333,675
8,536,650
8,731,421
8,961,761
4,220,927
4,507,809
4,827,314
5,118,395
6,452,316
6,748,239
6,108,768
6,453,597
6.862,085



Trustek
Banks.



1,385,599
1,562,417
1,401,686
1,424,755
1,500,976

1,519,805
1,532,486
1,552,988
1,566,184
1,582,474
1,692,997
l,f>90,804
1,604,610
1,679,546
1,561,594
1,636,782
1,610,282
1,501,920
1,471,146
1,470,946
1,516,229
1,495.908



Total.



1,385,699
1,756,221
2,264,348
2,866,649
8,331,366

3,704,777
4,140,098
4,411,959
4,571,826
4,916,149
5,128,647
6,322,225
5,656,871
6,800,478
6,069,408
6,363,096
6,628,677
6,954,286
7,219,386
7,679,709
7,969,826
8.357.938



IPostOffice, t Trustee
Banes. Banks.



t Total Computed Capital (in
Millions of Pounds).



MiUion £'».



9-9
19a

28-7

33-7
362
390
41-8
44*8
47-7
60-9
640
68-6
63-0
67-6
71-6
76-8
80-6
89-2
97-9
1081



MiiUon £'s.
35-9
40-8
37-2
39-7
48-6

44-0
44-1
44-6
46
45-8
46-4
46-8
47-3
46-4
45-1
43*7
42*9
42-4
42-2
48*5
45-3
46*7



t Total.



Million £'8
85-9
42*8
47-1
58-9
72-S

77-7

80-3

83-6

86*8

90-6

94-1

97-7
101-3
106-0
108-1
111-3
114-5
118-2
122-8
132-7
143-2
164-8



* The Post Office Savings Banks were first established in 1861.

t The Capital stated is exclnsive of the amount of Government Stock held for depositors ; see below.

Supplementary Statement Showing the Total Capital of Savings Banks
in each Division of the United Kingdom in each of the years from 1880
to 1896 inclusive.



Years.


England and
Wales.


Scotland.


Ireland.


United
Kingdom.


£


£


&


1880


66,871,107


7,193,918


8,666,069


77,721,084


1881


68,976,017


7,656.493


3,802,102


80,334,612


1882


71,770,061


7,872,467


4,007,874


83,660,402


1883


74,417,608


8,208,720


4,134,606


86,755.931


1884


77,668,189


8,612,910


4,843,611


90,614,660


1885


80,652,565


8,944,623


4,456,659


94,053,747


1886


83,599,378


9,885,995


4,732,964


97,718,332


1887


86,409,468


9,830,979


4,995,840


101,236,287


1888


89,859«0Sa


10,321,209


6,280,787


104,961,082


1889


91,836,642


10,749,951


6,540,847


108,127,440


1890


94,606,900


11,053,055


5,725,404


111,285,369


1891


97,084,377


11,486,243


6,963,947


114,483,567


1892


100,254,858


11,786,919


6,196,766


118,238,628


1898


104,155,372


12,458,998


6,226,878


122,841,248


1894


112,047,290


13,720,505


6,973,175


132,740,970


1896


120,045,141


16,444,876


7,691,639


143,181,656


1896


129,103,352


17,359,984


8,334,992


154,798,328



The following shows the amounts of Government Stock held for depositors in Savings Banks at
end of each of the years from 1885 to 1896 :—

Post Office Savings Trustee Savings

Years. Banks. Banks. Total.

1886 £2,452,252 £650,366 £3,102,608

1886 2,896,941 810,128 8,707,069

1887 3,345,106 943,125 4,288,231

1888 3,786,611 1,040,855 4,825,966

188A 4,176,634 1,175,248 5,360,882 These amounts

1890 4,680,167 1,280,069 6,960,236 ', are not Included

1891 6,087,765 1,282,238 6,370,003 Mn the capital

1892 5,699,019 1,281,891 6,880,910 1 stated in the

1898 6,364,494 .. ..1,322,582 7,687,026 above table.

1894 7,028,196 1,850,615 8,378,8111

T895* 6,949,949 1,266,189 8,216,138 1

1896 6,891,891 1,082,248 7,974,139^



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410 BANK RATES, BANKERS' CLEARmG HOUSE, ETC.



Bank Bates. — Highest and Lowest
of the Monthly Averages of the
Minimum Bates per cent, of Dis-
count charged by the Bank of

^^ England in each year since

82. 1875.

(Compiled from varioiu munhersoj the *' Statistical
Abstract for the United Kingdom.")



Years.



1875.
1876.
1877.
1878'.
1879.
1880.,
1881..
1882.,
1883.,
1884.,
1885.,
1886..
1887..
1888..



Highest. Lowest. Average.



1891...
1892...



1894.
1895.
1896.



It

3
5

5
5

4i

5

5

5

6

4J

^f

3
55
4



2i

2i

3

3

2

2

2

2

2

2i

3

2
2i




Prices of Consols.— Highest

and Lowest Monthly Average
Price per JBIOO of the Three
Per Cent. Consolidated Stock of

QQ the Public Funds in each

OO, year since 1875.

(Compiled from various numbers of the ^'Statistical
Abstract for the Unite d Kingdom.")



Years.



1875
1876

1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
(1888

1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896



Lowest

Monthly

Average.

92f



94i

94:

«5;:

97 f

98;

99^

99}i

99w

96;;



100:

99
*96rt

97,

•41*

!i04g
2Z—



Average

for the

Year .

93}

95

951

96/,

97i

98$
100
lOOi
lOli-'V
101

991
1001
lOlt
101

*98

*95f^
•96}^



* These prices refer to the New 2} per Cent. Consolidated Stock.



Prices of Silver. — Annual Average

Price of Bar Silver per ounce

standard, with the Highest and

Lowest of the Monthly Average

QA Prices, in each of the under-

0^» mentioned years and periods.

(Cornpiled from Parliam£ntary Paper No. C. 6,394
0/1891 and other sources.)



Average for the
Five Years—

1835-39

1840-44

1845-49 ,

1850-54

1855-59

1860-64 .,

1865-69 ,

1870-74

1875-79

Years -



1881..
1882..
1883..
1884.,
1885..
1886..
1887..
1888.,
1889. .
1890.,
1891.,
1892.,
1^93.,
1894.
1895.
1896.



Annual

Average

Price.



d.

595ft

mi

59^

6023

61H

61Si^

60n

69gA

53i8

52i

51H

611

50^

501

48|

458

44|

421

mi

47fi

45tV

89{t

35t

28H

29^

30i



Highest
Monthly
Average.



d.



62}*
52VV
52^
50e
51fV
49}*

4m

46}i
44*?

62f

47 p

42|

381

31*

31

314



Lowest
Monthly
Average.



London Bankers' Clearing
House : — Amounts Cleared at,
in each of the years from 1878
to 1896 inclusive, in Millions of

Q(^ Pounds Sterling.

O O y (Compiled from the " Statistical ^6-
strait for the United Kingdom.")



511

51 J*

50,V

60t,V

49}*

47t\

42^

43*1

42A

42A

44^

43H

38,',

32a»5

27/^

27A



Highest monthly average in the five years.



Total Cleared.


Amount


ill


h




Increase (


+)or


Cleared




Decrease (


-)in


on Fort-


^-^


li


each year as com-


nightly


"^§2


T^^^


pared with the


Stock


=o.y




H}3

<


preceding


year.

Per

Cent


Exchange
Settling


|«l




Amount.


Days.


Mil-




Million £.




Million £.


MU -










lion£


lion fi




-1-155


+2-6


1,038


250


272




—134


-2-2


1,010


260


265




—251


-4-2


1,043


252


246




-7-23


-12-7


761


226


226




-1-79


+1-6


744


228


233




—50


—1-0


795


227


218




—106


—2-1


843


225


213




-f908


-t-18-6


1,152


255


237




-1-563


-f9-7


1,383


279


253




—136


—2 1


1,229


278


238




—292


—4-7


1,059


255


239




—130


-2-2


961


268


243




—288


—6-0


935


249


222




-i-391


+71


1,199


263


216




-fl75


+3-0


1,146


297


256




-i-865


+14-2


1,252


332


272




-i-677


-i-9-8


1,339


352


290




-M82


+2-4


1,417


359


289




—953


—12-2


1,067


315


265




—366


—5-3


1,023


299


260




—4


—0-1


1,003


800


268




—141


—2-2


'964


301


262




-f-1,256


+19-8


1,305


345


284




-18


-02


1.163


880


9»l-



monthly average in the five years.



JOINT STOCK COMPANIES— FISHERIES— WRECKS. 411

Joint Stock Oompanies. — Number of such Companies registered
under the Companies Aot, 1862, in each of the undermentioned
years, and Amount of their Nominal Share Capital. [The Capital

Q A is stated in thousands of pounds — 000*s omitted.]

^^ \^« (Compiled from the Annual Returns relating to Joint Stock Companies.)



Yeaw.



1870..
1871..
1872..
1873..
1874..
1876..
1876..
1877..
1878..
1679..
1880..
1881..
1882..
1833..



Number
Registered.



595

821

1,116

1.234

1,241

1,172

1,066

990

886

1,034

1,302

1,581

1,632

1,766



Total Nominal
Share Capital.



Years—

(continued).



Thousiind £'s.

38,252

69,528
133,041
152,057
110,640

82,447

48,314

66,800

67,857

75,568
168,466
210,712
254,744
167,680



.Number
Registered.



1884.
1885.
1886.
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
189tJ.



1,641
1,482
1,891
2,050
2,650
2,788
2,789
2.686
2,607
2,617
2,970
3,892
4,735



Total Nominal
Share Capital.
Thousand £'s.

138,491

119,223

146,851

170,173

363,782

241,277

238,759

134,262

103,403
96,654

118,432

231,868

288,015



Supplementary Statement showing the Total Number
Capital of all registered Companies having a Share Capital,
to be carrying on business at the undermentioned dates : —



and Paid-up
and believed



Date.


Number.


Paid-up capital.


Date.


N umber J


Paid-up Capital.




Thousand £'s.




ThousaiKl £'s.


April, 1884


8,692


475,551


April. 1891


14,873


I 891,504


April, 1885


9,344


494,910


April. 1802


16,173


1 989,284


April, 1886


9,471


529,638


April, 1893


17,555


1,013,119


April, 1887


10,494


591,509


April, 1894


18,361


i 1,035,030


April. 1888


11,001


611,430


April, 1895


19,430


1,062,734


April, 1889


11,968


671,870


April, 1896


21,223


1,145,403


April, 1890


13,323


775,139


April, 1897


23,728


1,285,042



Sea Fisheries.— Value of Fish (excluding Salmon and Shell Fish)
returned as landed on the coasts of the United Kingdom in each of
Q'7 the undermentioned years. (In thousands of pounds sterling.)

^ ■ (Compiled from the " Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom.")





'; 1889.


1890.


1891.


1892.


1893.


1894.


1895.
Thnds.

£
5,129
1,764

275


1896.


Landed on Coasts of

England and Wales ...
Scotland


1 Thuds.

1 £
•••1 3,833


Thnds.

£
4,340
1,623

370


Thnds.

£
4,491
1,762

302


Thnds.

£
4,629
1,595

271


Thnds.

£
4,827
1,625

291


Thnds.

£
4,982
1,566

268

6,816


Thnds.

£

5,167


Ireland


■ * • 1,454


1,572




317


266


United Kingdom


•••1 .^604


6,333


6,556


6,495


6,743


7,168


7.005



Wrecks. — Number and Tonnage of Vessels belonging to the United
Kingdom Totally Lost, and Number of Lives Lost by Wrecks and
Casualties to British Vessels, in each of the undermentioned

QQ years. [Exclusive of the Navy.]

WC« (Compiled from the *' Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom.")







Vessels Totally Lost.




Lives

Crew.

No.


Lost by Wreck
Casualties.

Passengers.

No.


8 AND


Years.


Sailing.


Steam.


Total.


Total.




No.


Tons.


No.


Tons.


No.


Tons.


No.


1880....


736


197,038


99


65,112


885


262,150


1,968


107


2,075


1881....


834


205,432


139


91,909


973


297,341


2,933


232


3,165


1882....


681


157,641


i 152


103,259


733


260,900


1,871


56


1,927


1883....


646


162,066


147


101,627


793


263,692


2,605


98


2,698


1884....


463


111,406


153


114,067


616


226,473


1,408


236


1,644


1885....


422


111,046


136


106,146


667


217,191


1,369


62


1,431


1886....


607


126,631


137


90,871


644


216,602


1,270


70


1,340


1887....


364


98,202


136


99,984


500


198,186


1,526


«62


1.888


1888....


428


115,848


115


73,512


643


189,360


1,136


781


1,917


1889....


331


93,343


116


81,199


447


174,642


989


56


1,045


1890....


394


93,870


134


112,864


528


206,734


1,372


172


1,544


1891....


448


104,991


139


112,431


687


217,422


1,342


684


1,926


1892.. .


321


88,220


1 96


76,076


417


164,296


1,218


112


1,330


1893....


391


82,888


132


96,036


623


178,924


1,397


90


1,487


1894....


390


70,792


149


104,126


539


174,918


1,481


1,254


2,735


1895....


852


90,672


126


94.861 '


478


185,423


1,339


104^


1.443


















.jitized by V^jiJ^


0^



412



REVENUES OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.



Ohurch Revenues. — Gross Income of Archiepiscopal and Episcopal
Sees, Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, the Corporation of Queen
Anne*s Bounty, Ecclesiastical Benefices, and the Ecclesiastical
Commissioners for England ; distinguishing the sources of
iucome, and whether arising from Ancient Endowment or Private
Benefactions.



89.



(From Parliamentary Paper No. 287 qf Sess. 1891.)



Sources of Income.



I, — Akchiepiscopal and Episco-
pal Sees :

Lands

Tithe rent-charges

Houses

Manors

Miscellaneous Receipts

Dividends and Interest

Total

BesideTices—

Rateable Value .. £11,151

Note.— The estates of twelve Sees
are vested in the Ecclesiastical
Commissioners, who pay the
statutory incomes out of their
Common Fund.

II.— Cathedral and Collegi-
ate Churches:

Lands ,

Tithe rent-charges

Houses and ground rents

Minerals

Manors

Eents reserved under Beneficial
Leases

Dividends and Interest

Total

Residence Houses—

RaUable Value . . £18,928

Note. — Only sixteen Chapters are
now in possession of esta
from which the incomes of the
Deans and Canons are wholly
derived. Those of the others
have been transferred to the
Ecclesiastical Commissioners in
exchange for annual pavments,
and the income therefrom is
included in the rental, &c.,
shown under head V,

III.— Queen Anne's Bounty-.
Bent of Lands (say)

Note.— The dividends, interest,
&c., on the capital held by the
Corporation, payable to the
Incumbents of Benefices, are
included under head IV. The
capital held by the Corporation
on behalf of Benefices is
£4,456,124.



Gross Income
arising from



a ten



61,608

21,103

1,683

73

694

2,866



87,827



98,027

44,384

34,586

908

2,475

1,612
10,473



192,460



IP



400

90
10^91
11,081



700



, Gross Income
arising from



Sources of Income.



IV.— Ecclesiastical Bene-
FicEs : (Number 18,979. )

Lands

Tithe rent-charges, com rents, &c.

Houses and ground rents

Mineral Way leaves, &o

Manors

Ecclesiastical Commissioners :
Payments, &c., In respect of

Benefactions

Dividends on Trust Stocks ....

Queen Anne's Bounty :
Payments in respect of Grants
Payments in respect of Benefac-
tions

Dividends on Stocks —

Dividends on Government Stocks

Dividends on other Securities .

Ancient Stipends, Bent-charges on
Estates, and Beceipts not other-
wise defined

Total



£ '

948.003
2,592;281

109,869
6,111
1,177



Hi



iSli



43,209
36,593
21,580



60,882



60,541

48,2n' -

— . 43,453

42,075, —

28,813' 18,461

9,906, 18J64

95,0111 29,673



3,941,0571272,606



Parsonage Houses —

Number 11,667

Rateable Value £518,064

More than two-thirds of the cost of the parsonage
houses m/ay be regarded an derived from private
benefactions and from payments of the Ctergpy out
of their inconuis.

Note.— The annual payments made by the Eccle-
siastical Commissioners to Incumbents, in re-
spect of Augmentation Grants from their
Common Fund (£597,000,) are not shown here,
as they form a portion of the charge of
£950,000 referred to below.
v.— EcolesiasticalCommission :

Lands

Tithe rent-charges, com rents, &c.
Houses and ground rents

Minerals

Manors

Rents reserved under Beneficial

Leases

Fee-farm and other fixed rents,

redeemed Land Tax, &c

Timber andMiscellaneousReceipts

Dividends on Government Stocks,

and Interest on mortgage and

other securities

Total



219,660
273,691
337,805
263,841
18,146

18,493

8,549
8,677



99,166



1,247,827



Note,— The income of the Common Fund shown
above, after deducting the outgoings in respect
thereof, is subject to permanent charges in
favour of Bishops, Chapters, Archdeacons^ and
Incumbents of Benefices, amounting with other
liabitities to upwards of £950.000 per annum.



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CHURCH REVENUES, ETC.— continued.



413



Ohurcll Revenues — continued, — Summary of the foregoing

table : —



Income arising from



I.— Archiepiscopal and Episcopal Sees

II.— Cathedral and Collegiate Churches . . .

III.— Queen Anne's Bounty

lY.— Ecclesiastical Benefices

v.— Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Total gross Income .





Private


Ancient


Benefactions


Endowment.


SINCE 1703.


£


£


87,827


11,08;


192,460








700


3,941,067


272,e05


1,247,827


"



5,469,171



284,386



CkC\ ^he following Summary shows the total amount that has been

* raised for, and spent in, Building and Bestoring Churches in

• each Diocese durmg eighteen years, 1878 — 1890 :



Churches restored at
cost of



Diocese.



Canterbury

London

Winchester

Bangor

Bath and Wells.

Chichester

Ely



Exeter

Gloucester and Bristol

Hereford

Lichfield

Lincoln

Llandaff

Norwich

Oxford

Peterborough

Bochester

St. Albans

St. Asaph

St. David's

Salisbury

Southwell

Truro

Worcester

York

Durham

Carlisle

Chester

Liverpool

Manchester



Ripon .

Wakefield ,

Sodor and Han

Restoration of St. George's Chapel, Windsor.

Restoration of Vault of the Nave

Maintenance, Repair, and Restoration of Fabric of
Westminster Abbey and Cloisters



Churches built at
cost of



£
209,582
1,188,977
639,107

89,464

79,214
884,499
117,444
172,498
290,752

46,322
289,181
163,596
226,276

42,061
158,256
155,583
752,480
325,982
130,822
192,900
104,893
263,443
172,070
294,885
391,987
294.842
139,803
226,101
426,064
1,157,737
375,138
184,401

21,909



s. d.

18 1^
8 9

14 2

15 10
2 4

7 11
18 6
12 11

6

18 4

4 11

8



4 11

17 1

1 Oi
14 4

18 0^

2 9
2 10

19 5
8 7

14 7




1 11
6 7




Totals 9,607,783 1 5i

Diocese of Newcastle :—

Amounts expended on Building and on Restoration, respectively, not
specified

Qrand Total .. .. £20,581,402



£
497,553
820,329
326,955
54,062
289,061
290,418
352,204
416,362
330,019
226,583
469,863
309,851
109,073
513,692
394,016
475,974
326,803
568,362
102,386
222,490
309,736
270,663
159,556
490,127
489,511
175,274
169,507
360,288
137,705
421,708
175,265
264,566
4,363
5,304
1,834



s. d.



2

11 8^



7 lOi
16 8

2 11

1 8

8 5

9 3
15 11^
11 8

7 6i

13 8
9 Hi

11

7 2

1^'

6 1<

2 5i

8 i

1

11 lu

4 4



11 5

3 1

2 11

4 1


14 2

3 6



78,058 10



18



10,609,627 18 l\
318,991 19 S



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414



JUDICIAL RENTS, IRELAND.



Judicial Rents, Ireland. — Effect of the Land Law (Ireland) Acts,
1881 and 1887, and the Redemption of Rent (Ireland) Act, 1891,
on the Rental of Ireland, according to P'rovinces. [First

Q-| Statutory Term].

%7 X • (Compiled fr(ym the Reports of the Irish Land Commissioners).



Years,
&c.


ProTinces.


Number

of cases in

which

Judicial
Rents have
been fixed.


Acreage
dealt with.


Former
Rental.


Judicial
Rent.


Percentage

of
Reduction.




/ Ulster


No.
107,182
32,714
56,498
37,263


Acres.
2,442,481
1,292,277
1,233,998
1,736,620


1,650,296

1,084,775

624,949

1,221,742


1,332,286
866,132
492,082
960,526


19-3


During the




20-2


8 years




21-3


ended 21st,




21-4


August,
1889.


Total




233,607


6,705,376


4,581,762


8,650,026


20-3




f Ulster







8,652
6,002
4,384
6,119


205,814
302,083
116,527
308,605


124,921

267,276

53,697

234,820


98,207
201,062

41,478
178,877


21-4




Leinster


21-8




Gonnauffht


22-6


1889-90. 1


Munster


28-7


Total






«5,157

5,981

4.064
3,830
4.521


933,029

127,579

207,998

98,248

244,649


670,114


519,624


22-5




* Ulster


1




87,199
183,336

51,922
164,820


60,686
145.697

40,134
122,981


20-1




Leinster


20'5






22*7


1890-91. ^




25 '4


Total






18,396


678,474


487,277


378,497


22*3




f Ulster






3,717

2,677
2,524
2,076


74,887
111,642

67,190
105,563


47,268
94,302
28,759
66,215


87,390
75,408
22,791
49,632


20*9


Period


Leinster


20-0


from 21st


Connaufirht


20*8


August, ^


lidnnster


25*2


1891,to 31st


Total




March,1893


10,894

2,178
1,371
1.130
1,921


349,272


236,544


185,116


21-7




/ Ulster






46,896
62,531
25,593
116,866


30,022
51,039
13,241
70,603


23,221
40,620



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