[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]

Social Science.

MORRISON (Miss S.) and CORRIN (Miss A.). A Manx National Costume.' In Celtia, March 1902.

Sunday Observance: Sixty-one Manx Ministers on the Derby Castle Hotel and Pleasure Grounds Company. Reply of the Company. James Brown & Son. 1877. pp. 16. 245x152. 3d. [6321, D 10]



Population of the'Parishes and Towns : i, Bishop Wilson'., return, 1726; ii, Clergy's return, 1757; iii, Clergy's return. 1784; iv, Clergy's return, 1792. In Mx Soc. vol. xxxi, Pp. 284-6. [F 64]

'Population, 1726, '1757, 1792. In Feltham's Tour, Mx Soc. Ydl. vi, p. 69. [F 64]

List of the Householders in the town of Douglas, 1730. In vol. xxx, Mx Soc., pp. 11-15.

Population Tables, 1726-1891. In A. W. M. Hist. pp. 646-7. [F 64]

Population Tables to 1865. In Mx Soc. Vol. xi, pp. 93-4. [F 64]

Census of 1821. In A Historical Sketch and Descriptive View of the Isle of Man; designed as a Companion to those who visit and make the tour of it. By Samuel Haining. 1822. p. 174.
See Haining's Guide, 1822 (first edition), p. 172.

Census of 1841. Table showing the population as taken at the last Census in 1841, with the corresponding numbers in 1726, 1757, 1784, 1792, 1821, 1831. In J. B. Laughton's Isle of Man Guide, 1854, 8th edn. p. 88.

Official Census Return, 1871, embracing the years 1851 and 1861. In Brown's Isle of Man Directory, 1882, p. 226.

Copy of the Census Paper of 1881. London: Home Office.1881. pp. 4. 240x195. [D 34]

Official Census Return, 1891, embracing the years 1871 and 1881. In Brown's Isle of Man Directory, 1894, p. 225.

Census. In Brown's Directory, 1882, 1894. p. 226.[L 10]

Census, Isle of Man, 1901. London: H.M. Staty Office. 1903 pp. 18. 330x200. 6d. [3771, D 34]
Table 18 gives number of Manx speakers.

Census, Isle of Man, 1911. London: H.M. Staty Office. 1913. pp. iv,17. 335x205. [301, D 34]

Census, Isle of Man, 1921. H.M. Staty Office. 1924. pp. 21. 330x212. [5034, D 34]

Population. See Mx Year Book for 1931, pp. xix. Instructions given relative to the 1931 Census. (Gov. Cir. 1334.) 26th May, 1931. 340x216. [6338, D 34]

Registrar-General's Reports as to Births, Deaths and Marriages: 4th to 10th. B. & S. 1881-1886. pp. 33 to 79. 244x156. [6341, D 34]
The first, second and third Reports are lacking in the Library. Samuel Harris was the Registrar-General in 1881, and Claude Cannell followed in 1884. Vaccinations are included. In 1884, A. W. Moore commenced the publication of his Weather Summary.

__11th to 20th. [6342, D 34]
Claude Cannell, who had been Registrar since 1884, died in 1895 and Herbert Story succeeded. The Meteorological summaries are continued.

__21st to 30th. [6343, D 34]
The Meteorological summaries are continued.

__31st to 40th. S. K. 11. pp. 72. [6344, D 34]
The list of churches and chapels licensed for the solemnization of marriages are given in the Reports for 1911 and succeeding years. B. L. Sargeaunt succeeded Herbert Story as Registrar-General in 1909.

__41st to 53rd. Victoria Press. pp. 67. [6345, D 34]

The Registrar-General's Reports are also to be found in the Debates of the Legislature,

Annual Report on Accidents, etc., for year ended 31st Dec., 1928. (To Tyn.) In Debates, vol. xlvi. 1929. pp. 4. 240x180. [5949]

Annual Report on Accidents, etc., for year to 31st Dec., 1929. In Debates, xlvii. 1930. pp. 4. [6194, D 155]

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