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Annual abstract of statistics.

Language(s): English
Published: London, 1854-
Subjects: Great Britain > Statistics.
Note: 1840/54 (repr.), 1850/64-1924/38 also included in the Sessional Papers of Parliament.
"The preparation of the Abstract was suspended during the war, and this issue [no. 84] is the first to be compiled since the war ended".
Suspended publication during the years 1941-1947.
No. [2], reprint, no. 17-83 issued in the series of parliamentary papers as Papers by command.
No. [2] 1840/54, was pub. also in 1870, with no. 17, as "Reprint of Statistical asbtract for the United Kingdom ... from 1840-1854. With additions to correspond as nearly as possible with the information contained in the seventeenth number of the abstract, for the fifteen years from 1855 to 1869".
Each no. contains statistics for each of 15 preceding years (no. 84 for 12 years).
No. 1-83, 1840/53-1924/38, issued by the Board of Trade (no.65-69 by its Statistical Dept.; no. 70-83 in conjunction with the Secretary of Labour and the Registrars-General).
Physical Description: v. 24-34 cm.
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