Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom, Issues 1874-1888

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Each no. contains statistics for each 15 preceding years.
 

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Page 218 - ... in receipt of relief in unions in Ireland at the close •of the first week of January in each of the...
Page 45 - GROSS ESTIMATED and RATEABLE VALUE of RENTAL ASSESSED to the POOR RATES for ENGLAND and WALES, and AMOUNT Received and Expended for RELIEF of the POOR in ENGLAND and WALES, SCOTLAND, and IRELAND. * Including...
Page 142 - TONNAGE of BRITISH and FOREIGN VESSELS, (SAILING and STEAM,) ENTERED and CLEARED, with CARGOES and in BALLAST, at PORTS in the UNITED KINGDOM, from and to FOREIGN COUNTRIES and BRITISH POSSESSIONS.
Page 27 - Berlin White Beer and other preparations, whether fermented or not fermented, of a character similar to Mum, Spruce, or Black Beer, the worts of which were, before fermentation, of a specific gravity — Not exceeding 1,215
Page 36 - By Unions and Parishes in Relief to the Poor. All other Parochial Expenditure payable out of Poor Rates.
Page 217 - Number of paupers (exclusive of vagrants) in receipt of relief in the several unions and parishes under Boards of Guardians, in England and Wales, on the 1st of January...
Page 17 - The total amounts of Revenue from Customs, Excise, and Stamps Collected within the respective years, as shown in this Table, do not correspond with the actual cash payments into the Exchequer, as shown in Table No. 2. in consequence of outstanding balances.
Page 185 - TOTAL AMOUNT RECEIVED and PAID by TRUSTEES of SAVINGS BANKS from and to DEPOSITORS in each Year, and of the COMPUTED CAPITAL of SAVINGS BANKS at the end of each Year — Continued.
Page 37 - By School Boards ... By Town and Municipal Authorities for Police. Sanitary, and other Public Works, *c.
Page 27 - KR and ALE, the Worts of which were, before fermentation, of a specific gravity of 1,055 degrees ..... ( Barrel of 1 36 galls.

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