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The annual average of births would be 4i, which added to 43, the number already given, would make 47), or nearly I in 21 of the population.

The annual average number of deaths would be If, which added to 18 already given, would give 1 in 51 of the total popu- lation. 19 this must be deducted all the Americans I'elurning to their home Sf and all those who went abroad and did not return. 1810 5,863,000 117,000 175,000 292,000 992,000 lait 6,037,000 130,000 180,000 300,000 300,000 1813 6,317,000 134,000 185,000 309,000 309,000 1B13 6,403,000 128,000 190,000 318,000 318,000 1814 6,593,000 132,000 196,000 323,000 328,000 1,547,000 1815 6,788,000 136,000 202,000 338,000 19,000 319,000 1816 6,990,000 140,000 308,000 348,000 20,000 328,000 1817' 7,198,000 144,000 215,000 359,000 91,000 338,000 1818 7,413,000 148,000 291.000 369,000 22,000 347,000 1619 7,634,000 159,000 227,000 379,000 23,000 356,000 1820 7,861,000 157,000 234,000 391,000 33,000 368,000 1, , ifei 8.095,000 163,000 240,000 402,000 94,000 378,000 1892 8,335,000 167,000 248,000 415,000 25,000 390,000 1833 8,583,000 171,000 956,000 427,000 26,000 401,000 1824 8,839,000 177,000 264,000 441,000 37,000 414,000 1,951,000 1835 9,103,000 189,000 372,000 454,000 28,000 426,000 1836 9,375,000 187,000 380,000 467,000 39,000 438,000 1837 9,655,000 133,000 288,000 481,000 30,000 451.000 1838 9,943,000 199,000 296,000 495.000 31,000 464,000 1839 10,239,000 205,000 305,000 510,000 32,000 478,000 3,357,000 1830 10,544,000 , . Its average amount during the above period, was 7,850,000, The average of births was 368,000, or 1 in 21.3. 1,308,590 - 24 1810 1814, 1,547,000 15 20 - 1,169,450 .

Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. 44 50 1441 1092 MO 6 38 811 8 613 245 57 1498 1135 m 5 28 839 7 633 346 53 1S51 1171 m 3 26 B65 8 651 247 54 1605 1311 293 4 33 7 667 248 54 1659 1349 994 3 23 911 6 684 ! The whole number of that class living in the period referred to, would be 1192, giving an annual average of 44.

You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I iiii MB, Google I m,ii.,-t, Gp O,7 u «M il (HI n 'J 711 V. 74 1 3 75 1 15 7fi 4 77 1 1 16 u IH 1 W 1 A 7\f I 1« I! 49 10 48 1707 1283 925 4 19 930 6 697 250 50 1757 1318 99€ 927 3 3 950 964 1* 6 731 482 439 928 939 3 4 17 13 981 994 2 3 736 746 251 2S8, . • 173 930 4 14 1008 931 4 13 1021 3 768 932 7 14 1035 1 781 182 ««ii«g e BX4, 1938 6 18 1053 4 795 Firs couple 3 m 135 16 1069 1090 1 810 10 21 3 1930 Here we find the period of duplication to be 27 years, as fol- lows: Year 134, - - 64 persons. The average of productive population, existing between the years 223 and 250, agreeably to Table I., is • 890 That of unproductive population, per Table II., - 44 Average population, - - - 984 itized by Google 8 op THE LAW OP POFULATIOir. These quantities are probably the lowest in regard to deaths, and the highest in relation to marriages and births, that are likely to occur in the existing condition of man, and afibrd the maximum rata of increase.

With the increase of population and capital, men descend deeper into the bowels of the earth, deriving increased reward from bringing into activity the inferior soils, whether of clay, sand, coal, or iron, while they diffusa themselves more exten- sively over the surface, the difference of distance being com- pensated by superiority of soil, or greater facility of access ; and with every such diffusion there is an increase in the re- turn to labour, an improvement in physical and moral con- dition, and an increased facility of accumulating capital.

The pyramid rises higher daily, and with every foot of increased elevation there is an imi H-ovement in the machinery by which voi~ III. we are enabled to make further additions to its height The whole earth ia to be rendered tributary to man, and the more rapid the increase of capital, the greater will be the tendency to the occupation of those portions of it which yet remain in a state of nature, and the higher vill be the physical, moral, and intellectual elevation to which the great centres of civilization must rise.

Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world.m HI 1 ao IH 1 6 »2 a 23 It' M 1 1 23 u 1 24 « Hfl 3 26 * H« tl M7 91 6 29 2: fi 90 a; 40 6 )tl 1 3(1 i; il2 1 na 1 H7 1 98 1 HM 1 1 iiiri ■i O 1 7 ■: 1(11 51 7 102 1 1 aa t, Google OF THE LAW OF POPULATION. 161, ' - 12S 188, - - 256 215, - - 511 342, - - 1019 If the period of matrimony be delayed to 25 years, and the productive children be born in the first, fourth, seventh, and tenth years, and the duration of life be diminished to 50 years, the period of duplication will be 30 years. Of these there would be, of 23 years and upwards, mar- ried, or fit to contract matrimony, - - - 489 The number of marriages in the same period is 239, giving an annual average of 9, being 1 in 104 of the total population, or 1 in 54 of the population of mature age, estimated at 23 years. We have now to consider the effect produced by emigration in diminishing the rate of increase, and of immigration in aug- menting it With the increase of population and of capital, men are enabled gradually to bring into cultivation soils that by dia- tance, or by diflerence of quality, are inferior to those that were originally cultivated, with a constantly increasing return to la- bour; and thus white population is becoming daily more dense in the neighbourhood of the great centre of capital, it is also daily extending itself over a wider space.110 47 ^^ 31 164 2 I 191 1 14' 111 50 i 165 e 199 3 159 113 51 166 ' 1 7 906 3 156 113 55 I 42 167 9 314 1 163 114 43 168 I 6 320 4 165 115 'is 45 169 6 336 171 116 59 1 45 170 i 6 232 *3 174 117 60 46 171 5 237 1 178 118 61 47 172 6 343 183 IIB 47 173 "l 9 24S 184 130 63 48 174 3 348 18: 191 48 175 2 250 133 48 176 3 253 191 123 48 177 "l 1 354 193 134 48 178 4 258 196 135 63 49 179 1 1 959 '.'. To obtain a more rapid increase than is given in the above table we must have more children, or longer lives, or both. The number of births in the same period, is - • 1168 annual average 43, or 1 in 22. It is sometimes as- serted, that if land would always yield in propordon to the quan- tity of labour and capital applied to it, there would be no need to cultivate more than a single farm, or a single district, for the supply of any number of inhabitants; and because such cannot be the case, it is assumed that every fresh application of capital and labour to cultivation, must be attended with a diminished return.A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired.Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country.Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain.Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover.Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you.Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. S94 18 31 119 339 44 31 110 325 18 19 118 240 46 35 129 3SC 18 113 241 50 36 135 937 18 110 343 56 41 150 23a 17 103 343 53 39 163 929 18 99 344 60 46 !About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Uv- illl 8 14 580 3 444 936 10 33 1113 5 "b« 213 8 30 600 5 459 937 12 38 1141 B69 313 7 30 630 5 474 938 32 1173 894 914 8 25 645 5 494 J39 34 1207 930 ais 7 35 670 8 511 940 42 iai9 953 316 8 26 696 7 530 Ml 4A 1393 985 217 7 30 726 8 552 249 45 1338 1019 918 7 26 752 8 570 243 53 1391 1057 919 6 31 783 9 592 ! 77 386 16 93 345 54 42 189 331 19 346 60 47 303 «K 17 85 347 54 44 313 sag 19 83 348 53 45 319 334 SS 31 83 449 50 44 335 S35 SO 31 63 350 40 40 235 336 38 24 86 237 S3S 32 34 36 39 92 97 8 thwthitd of which would be 29B| 2641 11931 The number of unproductive births in this period would therefore be 299, and there would be 264 deaths out of the same class.

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