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Population tables I, Vol. I. England and Wales. Divisions I-VII, 1851

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-iv) Title page and contents of volume 1
(Pages v-viii) Contents of report
(83 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Pages ix-xviii)Contract subtree I. Objects of the census; and machinery employed
(Page ix) 1. Authority for taking the census and extent of territory which it comprised
(Page x) 2. Objects contemplated by the inquiry; nature of the information collected at each of the censuses 1801-51
(Page xi) 3. Local machinery employed in taking the census of 1851 in England and Wales, in Scotland, and in the Islands in the British Seas
(Page xii) 4. Principles on which the enumeration districts were formed; mode of treating public institutions
(Page xiii) 5. Process of enumeration. Distribution of householders' schedules, and of forms for places of worship and schools; collection of the schedules and forms on March 31st, 1851
(Pages xiv-xv) 6. Duties of the enumerators after the enumeration. Transcription of the schedules; estimate of numbers of persons not in dwellinghouses, and of persons only temporarily present or absent
(Pages xv-xvi) 7. Revision of the enumeration books by the registrars; directions as to points for especial attention. Further revision by the superintendent registrars
(Page xvi) 8. Special arrangements for the enumeration of persons on board vessels in harbour, and ships at sea
(Pages xvii-xviii) 9. Measures taken for obtaining the numbers, at home and abroad, of the army, royal artillery and ordnance, halfpay officers, and pensioners; of civil servants of the Crown; European troops, and civilians in the East indies; the population of the colonies; and British subjects in foreign countries
(Page xviii) Receipt of the householders' schedules and enumeration books at the census office; revision of the returns-points which formed the subject of special attention
(72 pages)Expand subtree II. Results and observations
(79 pages)Expand subtree Appendix to report:-
(Page clxiv) Errata
(57 pages)Expand subtree Summary tables
(48 pages)Expand subtree Division i. London comprising the districts or poor law unions, sub-districts, parishes and places, included within the limits of the Metropolis, as defined in the present London weekly tables of mortality being parts of the counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent
(105 pages)Expand subtree Division ii. South Eastern division. Comprising Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Hampshire and Berkshire
(96 pages)Expand subtree Division iii. South Midland division comprising Middlesex (except the Metropolitan portion) Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire
(83 pages)Expand subtree Division iv. Comprising Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk
(115 pages)Expand subtree Division v. South Western division. Comprising Wiltshire, Cornwall, Dorsetshire, and Devonshire, Somersetshire
(133 pages)Expand subtree Division vi. West Midland division. Comprising Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, and Warwickshire