A. Numbers and proportions per cent. of persons married who were not of full age in West and East London in the year ; and of those married in the the Great in in and :-
Note.-The death-rates in these Districts are not corrected for deaths in Public Institutions.
|C. In 14,818 men married under age in England, and 74,004 at the age of 21.|
The practice of marriage by men under age has increased since from 4.38 per 100 to 7'25 in .
In , out of 2,587 marriages celebrated in the parish of (area 755 acres, population 126,961), 380 were men not of full age.
During the same period in the parish of (1,943 acres, 149,748 population), 1,421 marriages were celebrated, out of which 22 men were not of full age, that is to say the marriages of men under age in are about ten times as numerous as in
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|Chapter I: The Whited Wall|
|Chapter II: The National Debt|
|Chapter III: Sterlization of the Unfit|
|Chapter IV: Emigration|
|Chapter V: Colonization|
|Chapter VI: Overcrowding|
|Chapter VII: Adulteration|
|Chapter VIII: Drink|
|Chapter IX: Socialism|
|Chapter X: The Poor Man's Budget|
|Chapter XI: The Unemployed|
|Chapter XII: Charities|