3 edition of The 1851 religious census found in the catalog.
|Other titles||The eighteen fifty one religious census.|
|Statement||transcribed by Cliff Webb ; edited by David Robinson.|
|Genre||Statistics., Sources., Census, 1851.|
|Series||Surrey Record Society -- vol.35|
|Contributions||Robinson, David, 1942-, Webb, Cliff., Surrey Record Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
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THE RELIGIOUS CENSUS: PROTR, MMS AND POSSi iii i'l' THE REPORT ON THE RELIGIOUS CENSUS1 IS A UNIQUE AND INTERESTING document. But historians who have wanted to use its conclusions have had to face the problem of its reliability, and the speculative calculations which Horace Mann made have not filled many with confidence.2 It is. Practical information about the UK Census. Millions of visitors have already been making the journey there and marveling at exhibits on display, which come from all parts of the world, including India and the countries with recent white settlements, such as Australia and New Zealand.
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