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AREA, POPULATION, FISCAL AFFAIRS, AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRIES, COMMERCE, SHIP-
The area and the distribution of population of the United Kingdom were as follows at the
England, 50,867 square miles: Wales, 7,442 square miles; Scotland, 29,785 square miles; Ireland,
32,583 square miles; Isle of Man, 227 square miles; Channel Islands, 75 square miles. Total, 120,979
Population: England, 27,483,490; Wales, 1,519,035: Scotland, 4,025,647; Ireland, 4,704,750; Isle of
Man, 55,608; Channel Islands, 92,234; military and naval abroad, 224,211. Total, 38,104,975.
The estimated population at the end of June, 1898, was: England and Wales, 31,397,078; Scot-
The population per square mile in 1891 was 498; in 1881 was 446; in 1871 was 390; in 1861 was 345;
EMPLOYMENTS OF POPULATION IN ENGLAND AND WALES IN 1891.
Mulhall states the ratios of occupation in the entire United Kingdom for the years 1841 and 1891
as follows: Agriculture in 1841 was 37.8, and in 1891 was 15.1; manufactures, respectively, 34.8 and
53.7; trade, 7.6 and 9.9; professions, 2.5 and 7.4; domestics, 17.3 and 13.9.