1891 Census of England and Wales, Area, Houses and Population: Registration Areas and Sanitary Districts, Table 2 : " Area and Population in Registration Districts and Sub-Districts and in Civil Parishes".

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Area in Statute Acres
England and Wales Dep Total   37,320,824 Show data context 4,830,709 Show data context 386,735 Show data context 46,907 Show data context 5,467,274 Show data context 373,247 Show data context 38,405 Show data context 25,974,439 Show data context 29,002,525 Show data context 12,639,902 Show data context 14,052,901 Show data context 13,334,537 Show data context 14,949,624 Show data context
England Dep Drill-down 32,203,827 Show data context 4,515,525 Show data context 363,516 Show data context 44,560 Show data context 5,116,612 Show data context 351,366 Show data context 35,003 Show data context 24,396,906 Show data context 27,226,120 Show data context 11,850,840 Show data context 13,158,392 Show data context 12,546,066 Show data context 14,067,728 Show data context
Wales Dep Drill-down 5,116,997 Show data context 315,184 Show data context 23,219 Show data context 2,347 Show data context 350,662 Show data context 21,881 Show data context 3,402 Show data context 1,577,533 Show data context 1,776,405 Show data context 789,062 Show data context 894,509 Show data context 788,471 Show data context 881,896 Show data context

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The following notes to the table appeared in the original report.

1 The Registration Districts of this Division are co-extensive with Poor Law Unions, except ...
2 Where the name of a Registration County in which a Parish is situated differs from that of the Administrative County to which it belongs, the name of the latter is added in italics. [further information on special cases in the specific division.]
3 (W) or (W.S.) denotes that a Workhouse or Workhouse School belonging to the District is situated within the limits of the Parish; (w) or (w.s.) that one of these institutions not belonging to the District is situated therein. A statement of the number of persons enumerated in Public Institutions in each District will be found in Table 8.
4 The places named in footnotes as being included in Civil Parishes are Hamlets, Villages, etc, or localities having no defined boundaries.
5 Under the Divided Parishes Acts of 1876, 1879 and 1882 numerous detached parts of Civil Parishes have been amalgamated with other Civil Parishes, and a statement of such transferences is given in Table 14.
6 Revised areas of Civil Parishes and parts of Parishes have been furnished by the Ordnance Survey Department.
7 The areas marked thus (w) either include water or relate to Parishes to which a portion of the tidal water or foreshore of contiguous rivers or creeks has been allotted. Such tidal water or foreshore is, however, not included in the areas. For details see Table 11.
8 Persons who, on the night of 5th April, 1891, were on board barges or boats employed in inland navigation, and those who were on board sea-going and coastal vessels in harbours, rivers and creeks, are included in the general population. For details see Table 9.

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