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Ages and condition as to marriage, England and Wales, Vol. VII, 1911

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-iv) Title page & contents
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(Page vii) Table I. England and Wales-proportion of males and females living at each age-group to 1000000 of each sex at all ages and to 1000 persons of both sexes at each age-group, 1911  Download table
(Page viii) Table II. England and Wales-ratio of the proportional number enumerated at each age in former censuses to the corresponding number in 1911 taken as 100  Download table
(Pages 1-2) Diagram I. and II. Population of England and Wales. Persons of both sexes
(Page ix) Table III. Foreign countries-persons at quinquennial age-periods in 100000 at all ages, in France, the German Empire, Sweden and Holland  Download table
(Page x) Table IV. Foreign countries-age-distribution of the population of France, the German Empire, Sweden and Holland per cent. Of that in England and Wales, 1911  Download table
(Page 1) Diagram III. Standard populations in certain foreign countries
(Page 2) Diagram IV. Comparison of age population in certain foreign countries with that of England and Wales taken as 100
(Page xi) Table V. Males and females at quinquennial age-periods in 100000 persons at all ages  Download table
(Page xii) Table VI. Males and females at different ages per cent. of persons (in 50000) in England and Wales at the same ages  Download table
(Pages 1-3) Diagram V. and VI. Population of England and Wales and of constituent groups of administrative areas in 1911
(Page xvi) Table VII. Types of population  Download table
(Page xvii) Table VIII. Types of population  Download table
(Page xviii) Table IX. Types of population  Download table
(Page xx) Table X. Types of population  Download table
(Page xxii) Table XI. Types of population  Download table
(Page xxiv) Table XII. Types of population  Download table
(Page xxv) Table XIII. Birth-rates and death-rates, 1901 and 1911, and intercensal rates of increase, 1881-1911, in typical populations  Download table
(Pages xxviii-xxix) Table XIV. Proportional excess of persons whose ages were returned in "round numbers"  Download table
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(Page xxxii) Age 4-5  Download table
(Page 1) Diagram VII. England and Wales. Enumerated population at each year of age: 1911
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(Page xxxv) Table XV. Proportions of unmarried, married, and widowed in 1000 males and 1000 females in each age-group  Download table
(Page xxxvi) Table XVI. Highest proportions of unmarried, married, and widowed persons per 1000 living, aged 20 and upwards  Download table
(Page xxxvii) Table XVII. Lowest proportions of unmarried, married, and widowed persons per 1000 living, aged 20 and upwards  Download table
(10 pages)Expand subtree Report on graduation of ages, by Mr. George King, F. I. A., F. F. A
(18 pages)Expand subtree Tables of graduated ages
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