Census of India, 1891, Volumes 7-8 (Google eBook)

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1892 - India
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Contents

Classification of villages by population 1881 and 1891
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Classification of towns by population Bombay and England
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Bombay City Population and density by sections 1881 and 1801
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Average population per house by divisions 1881 and 1891
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Bombay City Houses by sections I881 and 1891
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Kaira Urban population 1881 and 1891
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CHAPTER
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Percentage of increase of occupied houses in town and country of population in town and country of males and females and of persons by square mi...
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Movement of the population
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Prices of foodgrains in Bombay market 18811891
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CHAPTER IV
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Table Page 1 Age distribution of 10000 persons of each sex by districts
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Average number of females to 1000 males at each ageperiod
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Age distribution by sex 1881 and 1891 British territory
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without Sind and Bombay City
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The same by decades
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Redistribution of 100000 of each sex by years
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Adjusted ages 1872 ада 1881
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Test of misstatement of age
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Registered births and deaths 18811890
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Increase and decrease in ageperiods by districts
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Deathrates of different ageperiods
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Proportions of the sexes at different ages in different countries
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Proportion of sexes by districts 1872 1881 and 1891
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Proportion of sexes and of girls between 5 and 20 by districts
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Proportion of sexes between 50 and 60 for certain districts 1881 and 1891
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Proportion of sexes by religion 1868 and 1891
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Hindus and Mussalmans Age distribution Presidency proper Sind and total population
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Hindus and Mussalmans Sex proportion by age Sind and total popu lation
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Sex proportion by ageperiods of corrected tables
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Registered deaths by sex and age 18811891
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Bombay City Deaths per mille by sex and age
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Bombay City Sex proportion by sections 18811890
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CHAPTER V
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Distribution of 10000 of each sex and ageperiod by civil condition for each district
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Birthplace
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Sátára by sex 1881 and 1891
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Bombay City Immigrants from chief districts states and countries by sex 1881 and 1891
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CHAPTER X
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Differences between Tables XVI and D and E
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Totals of each group by divisions with percentage on total population and sex proportion
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Percentage of each caste to total population and its sex proportion
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Sex proportion and excess of males in chief castes
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Sex proportion for each civil condition and ageperiod for certain castes
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Proportion of females 1014 to total females and of single to total females 1014 for certain castes
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Proportion of females 1014 10 total females for certain tribes in Sind
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CHAPTER XI
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Percentage of each class and order total urban and rural population by sex 1754
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Percentage of cach suborder and group
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Percentage of each agricultural occupation to total agriculture by districts
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Distribution of 10000 of cach sex by ageperiods for certain suborders and groups
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Occupa tions
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Ditto ditto ditto for certain suborders and occupations
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Provincial total of certain occupations by sex with the numbers in chief returning districts
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Cost of enumeration Ъ districts
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7 Cost of abstraction an tabulation by districts
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Comparative eiiiciency of district abstraction offices
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Detail of expenditure
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Distribution of 10000 of each sex by civil condition for the main castes ii
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Ditto ditto ditto for each religion iv
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Proportion of infirm of each sex to total population for the main castes vi
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Percentage of illiterate learning and literate with English learners for n the main castes vn APPENDIX
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SubdivisionalTab1c British Territory 1v
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Distribution of 10000 of each sex and civil condition by ageperiods for each district 80
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Gross increase including emigrants and excluding immigrants by districts
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Sex proportion by age aud civil condition for each district 7
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Native States 13
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Rate of increase compared with increase in density by districts 25
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Shikarpur do do 26
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Rates of increase 18721881 and 18811891by districts 27
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Natural increase compared with census increase by districts 2
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Urban and total rates ofincrease by districts 2
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Do do do by towns 31
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Rates ofincrease total male and female by towns 33
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Increase and decrease by sex in Bombay City by sections 34
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Estimated population 18921901 British Districts 35
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Relative distribution per cent of each religion on total population a of district 1 of religion 38
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Percentages of increase since 1881 of each religion 40
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Plirsis Increase and decrease by sex since 1881 by divisions 41
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1 Pzirsis Children according to birth registration and census 18761880
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Proportion of population by sex under 15 for certain countries 43
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CHAPER IILReligions
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Civil Condition
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Difference in numbers between married men and married women by reli gione 1881 and 1891 82
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Iniirmities
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Distribution of 10000 females of each civil condition by ageperiods 1881 and 1891 83
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CHAPTER VILEducation
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CHAPTER VIIILanguages
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Table
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Proportion of illiterate of each sex in Indian provinces and foreign coun
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Age distribution by sex and religion
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Distribution of 10000 persons of each sex and ageperiod by civil condi tion for each religion 84
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Distribution of 10000 persons of each sex by civil condition for each religion 1881 and 1891 84
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Ratios of 1 females 514 to total females 2 Mussalman females to Mussalman males 3 unmarried to total females 014 for districts in which these ratios ...
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Map of the Bombay Presidency frontispiece
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Bombay City Mnssalmans Children according to birth registration and census 18761880 and 18861890 n 46
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Diagram to show the distribution by age of 10000 of each sex page 51
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mwomen by religions 1881 and 1891 88
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