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THE CITY OF GLASGOW.
The City Chamberlain is of opinion that the popu-
lation of Glasgow, as now extended, and contiguous
suburbs still outside the boundaries, at 1st December,
190 1, was as follows : —
Within the Municipal Boundaries, ... 772,000
Within Suburban Districts, ... 152,000
924,000
50,000
Total population within City and)
closely contiguous Suburbs, )
To which add the number of persons
carrying on business or who are
employed within the City, and their '
dependants, who reside beyond the I '
contiguous suburbs, J 974,000
Population of the City from 1801 to 1891 (previous
to the extension of boundaries).
1811 1821 1831 1841 1851
100,749 147,043 202,426 255,660 329,096
1861 1871 1881 1891 1901
395,503 477,732 511,415 565,714 760,423
Natural Increase of Population within Extended
City for 1901:—
Births, 24,207 ; deaths, 16,197 ; nat. increase, 8,010.
Municipal Constituency, Ybae 1901-02.
Lists. |
Ward.
Parliamentary.
Supple-
mentary
Total.
Municipal
Voters.
1
6,606
1,214
7,820
2
5,006
1,338
6,344
3
5,382
1,030
6,412
4
4,884
1,037
5,921
5
5,052
1,008
6,060
6
3,«02
2,151
5,953
7
2,662
1,928
4,590
8
6,140
1,207
7,347
9
8,223
854
4,077
10
1,894
581
2,475
11
2,384
649
3,033
12
2,115
564
2,679
13
4,716
805
5,521
14
4,082
. 1,172
5,254
15
3,885
1,792
5,677
16
4,685
1,232
5,917
17
7,118
1,509
8,(527
18
5,607
1,048
6,655
19
4,697
1,287
5,984
20
5,022
1,087
6,109
21
1,006
5,172
6,178
22

5,,551
5,551
23

3,261
3,231
24

3,588
3,588
25

6,191
6,191
89,968
47,256
137,224
School Board of Glasgow.
Number of Voters on Electoral Roll for 1900,
157,523.
Number and Rental of Premises in
Glasgow, 1901-02.
Dwelling-Houses,
Shops, Warehouses,)
Workshops, &c, )
Railways, Canals, \
Gas, Water, &c., |
Numter.
163,461
32,271
Rental.
£2,254,652
2,322,494
450,604
195,732 £5,027,750
Parliamentary Divisions of the Citt.
One Member for each Division.
No. 1. — The Bridgeton Division. — The First and
Second Municipal Wards. Electors, 11,825. Member
Charles Scott Dickson, Solicitor General, M.P. (C.)
No. 2. — The Camlachie Division. — The Third and
Fourth Municipal Wards. Electors, 10,441. Mem-
ber—Alex. Cross, Esq., M.P. (L.U.)
No. 3.— The St. Rollox Divisio7i.~The Fifth
and Eighth Municipal Wards and parts of the Sixth
and Seventh Municipal Wards. Electors, 17,960.
Member— John Wilson, Esq., M.P. (C.)
No. 4. — The Central Division. — The Tenth,
Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth, and Fourteenth Muni-
cipal Wards. Electors, 15,399. Member — John
George Alexander Baird, Esq., M.P. (C.)
No. 5. — The College Division.— The Fifteenth,
Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Municipal Wards. Elec-
tors, 15,944. Member — Sir John Stirling- Maxwell,
Bart, M.P. (C.)
No. 6. — The Tradeston Division. — The Nineteenth
and Twentieth Municipal Wards. Electors, 9,814.
Member— Arch. C. Corbet, Esq., M.P. (L.U.)
No. 7. — The Blackfriars and Hutchesontown
Division. — The Ninth, Eighteenth, and part of
Twenty-first Municipal Wards. Electors, 9,948.
Member — Andrew Bonar-Law, Esq., M.P. (L.U.)
Total Parliamentary Constituency, 91,331.
Crossbill and Pollokshields, east and west, in the
eastern division of Renfrewshire, M. H. Shaw Stewart,
Esq., M.P. (C.)
Govanhill, in Govan parliamentary division, Robert
Hunter Craig, Esq., M.P. (G.L.)
Hillhead and Maryhill, in Partick division of
Lanarkshire, J. Parker Smith, Esq. , M.P. (L.U.)
Springburn, in north-west Lanark divi.5ion, Charles
MacKinnon Douglas, M.D., D.Sc., M.P. (G.L.)
James Hbhsy, City Assesantt

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