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General report . England and Wales. 1861

Table of Contents

(Pages i-xv) Title & contents pages
(Pages 1-3) Introduction
(7 pages)Contract subtree I. Population, houses & families
(Page 5) 1. Persons absent from the United Kingdom
(Page 5) 2. Population of the United Kingdom
(Page 6) 3. Increase of the population of England and Wales
(Page 6) 4. Males and females
(Pages 7-9) 5. Houses & public instititions
(Page 10) 6. Families
(7 pages)Contract subtree II. Territorial distribution & subdivisions
(Page 11) 1. Towns
(Page 12) 2. Density & proximity
(Pages 13-17) 3. Changes of territorial subdivision
(Page 18) III. Ages of the population
(3 pages)Contract subtree IV. Conjugal condition of the people
(Page 19) 1. Husbands & wives
(Page 20) 2. Widowers & widows
(Page 21) 3. Bachelors & spinsters
(Page 21) 4. Women living in celibacy, and others
(Page 22) V. Increase of the population since 1651
(4 pages)Contract subtree VI. Laws regulating the growth of nations
(Page 23) 1. Laws of population
(Pages 24-26) 2. Principle of population
(13 pages)Contract subtree VII. Occupations of the people
(Page 27) 1. Previous classification
(Page 27) 2. Abstract of the occupations of the people since 1861
(Page 28) 3. Distributions of the people in various occupations over the country
(Page 29) 4. Masters of trades and men in their employ
(Page 29) 5. Farmers and labourers and the size of farms
(Page 29) 6. On nomenclature and on the classification of the people
(Pages 30-39)Contract subtree 7. The new classification of the people in their several occupations
(Pages 31-32) Class i. Professional
(Page 33) Class ii. Domestic
(Page 34) Class iii. Commercial
(Page 35) Class iv. Agricultural
(Pages 36-38) Class v. Industrial
(Page 39) Class vi. Indefinite & non-productive
(Pages 39-41) VIII. Migration of the people at home (birthplaces)
(23 pages)Contract subtree IX. The blind & the deaf-and-dumb
(Pages 42-54) 1. The blind
(Pages 55-64) 2. The deaf-and-dumb
(6 pages)Contract subtree X. Public institutions: Workhouses, prisons, lunatic asylums & hospitals
(Page 67) 1. Inmates of workhouses
(Page 67) 2. Prisoners
(Pages 68-69) 3. Inmates of lunatic asylums
(Page 70) 4. Patients in hospitals
(Pages 71-72) XI. Island in the British Seas
(Page 72) XII. Area and population of the British Empire
(Pages 72-76) Conclusion
(172 pages)Contract subtree Appendix to the report. Exposition by Dr Farr of the new classification of the people according to their employments
(Pages 226-230) Analysis of products on which the classification is based
(Pages 230-231) Naming of producers
(Pages 231-232) Classification of producers
(Pages 233-243) Proposed inquiry into the occupations of the people
(Pages 243-248) Medical profession