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Infirmities, England and Wales, Vol. XI, 1911

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(Pages i-ii) Title page and contents
(14 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Page iii) The form of the infirmity question at successive censuses, 1851 to 1911
(Pages v-viii)Contract subtree The blind
(Page vi) Table I. Number and proportion of the blind at each census from 1851 to 1911  Download table
(Page vi) Table II. Proportion of blind per million of each sex in each age-group, 1871-1911  Download table
(Pages vii-viii) Table III. Occupations of the blind aged ten years and upwards at the censuses of 1901 and 1911  Download table
(Page viii)Contract subtree The deaf (other than deaf-mutes)
(Page viii) Table IV. Proportion of deaf per million of each sex in each age-group, 1911  Download table
(Pages viii-x)Contract subtree The deaf and dumb
(Page ix) Table V. Proportion of deaf and dumb per million of each sex in each age-group, 1871-1911  Download table
(Page ix) Table showing occupations of the deaf and dumb  Download table
(Pages x-xv)Contract subtree The insane
(Page x) Table VI. Number and proportion of the insane at each census from 1871 to 1911  Download table
(Page xi) Table VII. Proportion of insane per million living in each age-group, 1871-1911  Download table
(Page xi) Table VIII. Proportion of lunatic and imbecile or feeble-minded per million living in each age-group, 1901 and 1911  Download table
(Page xii) Table IX. Proportion of lunatic, imbecile, and feeble-minded per million of the population  Download table
(Page xii) Table X. Numbers of the insane enumerated in workhouse institutions, in lunatic asylums, in other institutions, and elsewhere at the censuses of 1901 and 1911  Download table
(Page xiii) Table XI. Administrative counties (together with associated county boroughs). Numbers of the insane enumerated in workhouses, lunatic asylums, other institutions, and elsewhere, also proportions of insane persons not in institutions to 100, 000 of the population  Download table
(Pages xiv-xv) Table XII. Total number of pauper lunatics, idiots, and persons of unsound mind belonging to each administrative county, and to each county borough on 1st January, 1911  Download table
(Page xv) Table showing administrative counties and county boroughs with the highest and lowest proportion of pauper lunatics  Download table
(Page xv) Combined infirmities
(78 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Pages 1-2) Table 1. England and Wales. Males and females returned as totally blind, totally deaf, deaf and dumb, lunatic, imbecile and feeble-minded. Ages and condition as to marriage  Download table
(Pages 3-65)Contract subtree Table 2. Administrative counties (inclusive of associated county boroughs). Males and females returned as totally blind, totally deaf, deaf and dumb, lunatic, imbecile, and feeble-minded. Ages and condition as to marriage
(Pages 3-53)Contract subtree England
(Page 3) Bedfordshire  Download table
(Page 4) Berkshire  Download table
(Page 5) Buckinghamshire  Download table
(Page 6) Cambridgeshire  Download table
(Page 7) Cheshire  Download table
(Page 8) Cornwall  Download table
(Page 9) Cumberland  Download table
(Page 10) Derbyshire  Download table
(Page 11) Devonshire  Download table
(Page 12) Dorsetshire  Download table
(Page 13) Durham  Download table
(Page 14) Isle of Ely  Download table
(Page 15) Essex  Download table
(Page 16) Gloucestershire  Download table
(Page 17) Herefordshire  Download table
(Page 18) Hertfordshire  Download table
(Page 19) Huntingdonshire  Download table
(Page 20) Kent  Download table
(Page 21) Lancashire  Download table
(Page 22) Leicestershire  Download table
(Page 23) Lincolnshire. Parts of Holland  Download table
(Page 24) Lincolnshire. Parts of Kesteven  Download table
(Page 25) Lincolnshire. Parts of Lindsey  Download table
(Page 26) London  Download table
(Page 27) Middlesex  Download table
(Page 28) Monmouthshire  Download table
(Page 29) Norfolk  Download table
(Page 30) Northamptonshire  Download table
(Page 31) Northumberland  Download table
(Page 32) Nottinghamshire  Download table
(Page 33) Oxfordshire  Download table
(Page 34) Peterborough, Soke of  Download table
(Page 35) Rutlandshire  Download table
(Page 36) Shropshire  Download table
(Page 37) Somersetshire  Download table
(Page 38) Southampton  Download table
(Page 39) Staffordshire  Download table
(Page 40) Suffolk, East  Download table
(Page 41) Suffolk, West  Download table
(Page 42) Surrey  Download table
(Page 43) Sussex, East  Download table
(Page 44) Sussex, West  Download table
(Page 45) Warwickshire  Download table
(Page 46) Westmorland  Download table
(Page 47) Wight, Isle of  Download table
(Page 48) Wiltshire  Download table
(Page 49) Worcestershire  Download table
(Page 50) Yorkshire. East Riding  Download table
(Page 51) Yorkshire. North Riding  Download table
(Page 52) Yorkshire. West Riding  Download table
(Page 53) York, city of, c. B  Download table
(Pages 54-65)Contract subtree Wales
(Page 54) Anglesey  Download table
(Page 55) Brecknockshire  Download table
(Page 56) Cardiganshire  Download table
(Page 57) Carmarthenshire  Download table
(Page 58) Carnarvonshire  Download table
(Page 59) Denbighshire  Download table
(Page 60) Flintshire  Download table
(Page 61) Glamorganshire  Download table
(Page 62) Merionethshire  Download table
(Page 63) Montgomeryshire  Download table
(Page 64) Pembrokeshire  Download table
(Page 65) Radnorshire  Download table
(Pages 66-68) Table 3. Administrative counties, county boroughs, Metropolitan boroughs, and other urban districts with population exceeding 50, 000 persons. Males and females returned as totally blind, totally deaf, deaf and dumb, lunatic, imbecile, and feeble-minded, 1911  Download table
(Pages 69-70) Table 4. Administrative counties (together with associated county boroughs). Males and females returned as suffering from certain infirmities, 1901 and 1911  Download table
(Pages 71-78) Table 5. England and Wales. Occupations of the blind, and of the deaf and dumb, aged 10 years and upwards; distinguishing for males the married and unmarried or widowed and for females the unmarried, married, and widowed  Download table