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Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831.

Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831.

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Published by Irish University Press in Shannon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Census,
  • Great Britain -- Population

  • Edition Notes

    GenreCensus., Population.
    SeriesBritish parliamentary papers, population -- 1., 1831 (348) -- vol. 18., IUP library of fundamental source books
    The Physical Object
    Pagination417 p., [1] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages417
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20022788M
    ISBN 100716501120
    OCLC/WorldCa61711226

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Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Internet Archive BookReader Population. Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years,and ; with the annual value of real property in the year also a statement of progress in the inquiry regarding the occupations of.

Population. Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years,and ; with the annual value of real property in the year also, a statement of progress in the inquiry regarding the occupations of families and persons, and the duration of life, as required by the Population act of Population: Comparative Account of the Population of Great Britain in,with Annual Value of Real Property,etc v.

1 (British Parliamentary Papers) (Hardcover) [Census] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Population. Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years,and ; with the annual value of real property 1831. book the year also a statement of progress in the inquiry regarding the occupations of families and persons, and the duration of : The Census of Devon, plus some information from, and By David J.

Knapman Introduction. The accompanying workbook (a set of linked spreadsheets) combines parish-by-parish census and related data for Devon from two main 1811 sources: (1) the 'Comparative Account of the Population of Great Britain,' (pages 68 to Devon), which provides.

Comparative Account of the Population of Great Britain,xviii () 1: Abstract of answers: Abstracts of the Answers and Returns: Enumeration. xxxvi-xxxviii () Abstracts of the Answers and Returns: Enumeration with Index to the Names of Places: The Census of Devon, plus some information from, and - an article by David J.

Knapman. (This is based on the Devon Section of Comparative Account of the Population of Great Britain in the years,and House of Commons (19 October ) pp.) The Census of Devon - an article by David J.

Knapman. ‘Pre census returns’ refer to the Great Britain censuses of andand the UK censuses of and The twin aims of pre censuses were to conduct a head count and trace population trends, hence the full title of the Act of Parliament which introduced the Census of Great Britain.

5 th-HOW many Persons (including Children of whatever Age) are there actually found within the Limits of your Parish, Township, or Place, at the Time of taking this Account, distinguishing Males and Females, and exclusive of Men actually serving in His Majesty's Regular Forces, in the old Militia, or in any embodied Local Militia, and exclusive.

25 Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years, and ; with the annual value of real property in the yearHouse of Commons Papers,XVIII.1, and The value per head was derived by dividing the rateable value by the population returned in the same source for 1.

Author(s): Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Title(s): Population. Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years,and ; with the annual value of real property in the year ; also a statement of progress in the inquiry regarding the occupations of families and persons, and the duration of life, as required by the Population Act of Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years,and with the annual value of real property in the year also, a statement of progress in the inquiry regarding the occupations of families and persons, and the duration of life, as required by the Population.

The population of Whitehall and Privy Gardens was returned in and with the Verge of the Palaces of St. James and Whitehall, in in St.

Martin in the Fields, and in and – in Westminster, St. Margaret. The area is included in the last Parish. Pre Census information – censuses of – Illustrated London News. Supplement. Saturday, Octo Although the Census is considered to be the first ‘modern’ census, there were earlier decennial censuses in, and () Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years,[/].

-- 2. () Report of the Commissioners appointed to. Population. Comparative account of the population of Great Britain in the years,and ; with the annual value of real property in the year also a statement of progress in the inquiry regarding the occupations of families and persons, and the duration of life.

As required by the Population act of John Rickman was responsible for the first four Censuses (,and ) but the information he collected was not very detailed. However, a brief Census is better than no Census at all. It has been estimated that the population increase between was 50% and that between it increased by a further 25%.

However, in this. The Census Act of (aka the Population Act) paved the way for national censuses to be introduced to England, Wales and Scotland in The Census, Census, Census and Census were taken for statistical purposes and the census data gathered was used for measuring population growth.

Census of Great Britain, ; Population Tables. I Numbers of the Inhabitants, in the Years, & Presented to Both by Command of Her Majesty Volume 2 Paperback – Septem Author: Great Britain. Census Office. The United Kingdom Census of recorded the occupants of every United Kingdom household on the night of 6 June The enactment of the Population Act meant a new procedure was adopted for taking the census.

It was described as the "first modern census" as it was the first to record information about every member of the household, and administered as a single event, under. TABLE OF POPULATION to The population table printed below follows the pattern of that published in the History of Leicestershire.

It shows the population of every area mentioned as a parish or as a distinct part of a parish for civil administrative purposes in any Census Report between andand that of the more important of the other local government areas for which totals.— Survey of birth and migration surpluses for England according to various authors () in millions Comparative Account of the Population in Great Britain in the years, Population I.

Reprinted by Irish University Press,p. 5.The demography of England has since been measured by the decennial national census, and is marked by centuries of population growth and urbanisation.

Due to the lack of authoritative contemporary sources, estimates of the population of England for dates prior to the first census in vary considerably.