Various Census of India

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Page 87 - Persons engaged in art and mechanic productions in which matters of various kinds are employed in combination, . 1,620 ,, 11.
Page 29 - ... living, were entered as widowed. 1881 — Condition ie whether Married, Unmarried, Widowed or Widower The marital status whether married bachelor spinster, widower or widow was recorded in respect of each person. Young boys and girls who were married, were entered as married even though they might not have actually begun to live with their wives or husbands. A male or a female whose first wife or husband had died, was entered as widower or widow unless he or she had married again in which case,...
Page 25 - Extract from the Proceedings of the Government of India in the Home Department — under date Simla, the llth August, 1906.
Page 30 - Occupation of men, also of boys and females who may do work The occupation of such persons who actually did work contributed to the family income was recorded. Mere employment in such domestic occupations as spinning did not entitle women to be shown in this column unless the produce of their labour was regularly brought to ths market. When a person had two or mere occupations, he was entered as following the occupation from which his income was chiefly derived (but if he combined agriculture...
Page 1 - All notices of intention to compete and applications for information should be addressed to the secretary to the Government of India, department of revenue, agriculture, and commerce, Calcutta.
Page 87 - Persons possessing or working the land, and engaged in growing grain, fruits, grasses, animals, and other products, . 126,041
Page 87 - ... are paid for their services in fares, freight, and charges, which bear some proportion to the weight, bulk, and other properties of the goods. They are all in Order 7., and are closely related to the Order preceding ; hence the two Orders (6-7) together may be called the Commercial Class.
Page 87 - Blind there are 539 persons of rank or property, not returned under any office or occupation ; and 1,091 living on income from voluntary sources and rates. The total of the Deaf and Dumb is 12,236. Of these, 5,104 belong to the Domestic Class; 932 to the Agricultural ; and 2,909 to the Industrial. Of this class, 1,909 are working and dealing in the Textile Fabrics and in Dress.
Page 50 - Kansas is to be congratulated in the fact that the infant mortality, namely, the percentage of deaths of infants under one year of age, to the number born during the year, is somewhat lower than generally reported.
Page 16 - Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, British Burma, to the Secretary to the Government of India, Home Department,— No.

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