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Enumeration abstracts, Ireland, 1861

Table of Contents

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(Pages 1-2) Title page and contents
(Pages 3-7) Preliminary remarks
(19 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Pages 8-9) Table I. The number of inhabitants in each province, county, city, and certain corporate towns, in 1841, 1851, and 1861, with the increase or decrease between 1841 and 1851, and between 1851 and 1861
(Pages 10-11) II. The religious profession in each province, county, city, and certain corporate towns, in 1861
(Pages 12-13) III. The number of houses in each province, county, city, and certain corporate towns, in 1841, 1851, and 1861; with the increase or decrease between 1841 and 1851, and between 1851 and 1861
(Page 14) IV. The number of families in each province, county, city, and certain corporate towns, in 1841, 1851, and 1861; with the increase or decrease between 1841 and 1851, and between 1851 and 1861
(Page 15) V. The number of inhabitants in each parliamentary borough in 1841, 1851, and 1861; with increase or decrease between 1851 and 1861
(Pages 16-17) VI. The religious profession in each parliamentary borough in 1861
(Page 18) VII. The number of houses in each parliamentary borough in 1841, 1851, and 1861; with the increase or decrease between 1841 and 1851, and between 1851 and 1861
(Page 19) VIII. The number of families in each parliamentary borough in 1841, 1851, and 1861; with the increase or decrease between 1841 and 1851, and between 1851 and 1861
(Pages 20-25) IX. The number of houses and inhabitants in 1861, in each town containing a population of 1, 500 persons, and upwards also the numbers belonging to the several religious professions