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Population tables and report. Scotland. [Vol. I.], 1861

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(Pages i-vi) Title page and contents
(30 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Pages vii-xiii)Expand subtree 1. Machinery employed
(Pages xiv-xvi)Expand subtree 2. Plan of publication of tables
(Pages xvi-xxxvi)Expand subtree 3. Results and observations
(28 pages)Contract subtree Tables appended to the report
(Pages xxxviii-xxxix) Table I. Population of Scotland in the civil counties of Scotland from 1801 to 1861
(Pages xl-xli) Table II. Increase of population in civil counties in decennial periods from 1801 to 1861, distinguishing the sexes
(Page xlii) Table III. Ratio per cent, of increase or decrease in decennial periods from 1801 to 1861
(Page xliii) Table IV. Area of Scotland in Square miles and statute acres, and the proportional number of persons to each square mile; and of statute acres and square miles to each person in Scotland, its divisions and counties
(Pages xliv-xlvii) Table V. Inhabited Islands of Scotland, showing the number of houses, rooms with windows, families, persons, and sexes in each island, and where each island is situated
(Page xlviii) Table VI. Number of persons, of families, of inhabited houses, and of rooms with windows in Scotland, its divisions and counties; also the proportional number of persons to each family, to each house, and to each room; the proportional number of families and of rooms to each house; and the number of rooms to each family
(Page xlix) Table VII. Number of families occupying houses of different sizes in Scotland, its divisions and counties, excluding the army, navy, merchant shipping, and vagrants
(Page l) Table VIII. Proportion of families, houses of one, or of two, or of three, etc., Rooms in Scotland, its divisions and counties; also the same facts for the larger towns
(Page li) Table IX. Number of rooms to each family in Scotland in 1861, distinguishing the number of persons in each family, and the number of families to each size of house
(Page lii) Table X. Number of families of different sizes in Scotland and its counties, showing the number of persons in each sized family
(Pages lii-liii) Table XI. Proportion per cent, of families of different sizes in Scotland and its counties, distinguishing the number of persons in each of these different sized families
(Page liv) Table XII. Proportion per cent, in which families of different sizes occupied houses of the same size in Scotland in 1861
(Page lv) Table XIII. Proportion per cent, in which families of the same size occupied houses of different sizes in Scotland in 1861
(Page lvi) Table XIV. Number of rooms to each family in Glasgow in 1861; distinguishing the number of persons in each family; and the number of families in each size of house
(Page lvii) Table XV. The same facts for Edinburgh
(Page lviii) Table XVI. Population of Scotland, its divisions and civil counties for 1861, excluding persons in the army, navy, and merchant shipping
(Pages lix-lxiv) Table XVII. Areas of certain counties and parishes in Scotland, as computed for the purposes of the Ordnance Survey
(180 pages)Contract subtree Abstracts: Population tables
(Pages 2-99)Expand subtree I. Scotland in civil counties and parishes, showing the numbers of families; of houses inhabited, uninhabited, and building; of males, females, and both sexes; of children at school the first week of April 1861; of all in the receipt of education; of rooms with windows; and of the temporarily absent and temporarily present. The parishes arranged alphabetically under each county
(Pages 101-109) II. Explanation of difference between the civil and registration counties, 1801 to 1861
(Pages 111-150)Expand subtree III. Scotland in registration counties and districts, giving the full particulars as in the civil counties and parishes. The districts arranged alphabetically under each county
(Pages 151-161)Expand subtree IV. Parliamentary and royal burghs, towns, and villages of Scotland, 1861 (excluding shipping)
(Pages 163-180) V. Number of families inhabiting houses of different sizes in Scotland, its registration counties and districts, excluding the army, navy, merchant shipping, and vagrants