1861 Census of Scotland, Population Tables and Report: Number of inhabitants, families, children at School, Houses, and Rooms with Windows, in the Civil Counties and Parishes, Registration Counties and Districts, Burghs, Towns, Villages, and islands of Scotland: Also a classification of families according to their sizes, the number of persons they contain, and their relative house accommodation., Table 1: " Scotland in Civil Counties and Parishes, showing the numbers of Families; of Houses Inhabited, Uninhabited, and Building; of Males, Females, and Both Sexes; of Children at School the first week of April 1861; of all in the receipt of Education; of Rooms with Windows; and of the Temporarily Absent and Temporarily Present. The Parishes arranged alphabetically under each County".
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