|YEAR||PLACE||POPULATION||COMMENTS AND DETAILS|
The population of the eighty-six departments of France, according to calculations made in 1820, and the boundaries decreed by the treaties of 1814 and 1815, amounted during the year 1820 to 30,407,927 individuals. In 1819 the births were 990,023, and the deaths 786,338 ; surplus 203,685 births
|1820-1828||ISLE OF RUM SCOTLAND||REDUCED FROM 400 TO 100||
The Marquis of Salisbury has purchased the Island of Rum, for the sum of £24,000, to form a shooting-ground or deer-forest. In former times, Rum was one vast forest ; and it is still designated in the Gaelic language, “the kingdom of the wild forest.” This island is about eight miles long and seven broad. In consequence of two great emigrations of the people in 1820 and 1828, the population was reduced from 400 to 100 or 130-Inverness Courier.
The Courier (Hobart,… Saturday 29 November 1845, page 4.
|1829||HOBART AND VICINITY||5,626||FOR BREAKDOWN OF FREE AND CONVICT, MALE AND FEMALE SEE http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2199283
The Sydney Gazette and… Saturday 26 February 1831, page 2.
|1830||HOBART AND VICINITY||7,107||AS ABOVE.|
|1835||SYDNEY||20,000 app||219 public houses 66 patrolmen(police)
The Sydney Gazette and… Thursday 17 September 1835, page 2.
|1837||NSW||85,267||The Maitland Mercury… Saturday 30 October 1847, page 2.|
|ADELAIDE||17,933||6,259 OF THEM ARE MARRIED PERSONS.
|1890||NEW ZEALAND||LOSING POPULATION AT RATE OF 7,500 PER ANNUM
|1890||NSW||1,146,100||he Brisbane Courier Tuesday 5 May 1891, page 6.|
AUSTRALIA TOTAL OF COLONIES ABOVE
|1890||NEW ZEALAND NOT INC MAORIS||625,530|
The Sydney Gazette and… Saturday 10 February 1827, page 2.
In our last we noticed the rapid advancement of the Country up to the present period, and now perhaps it is worthy of remark, that from the year 1813 to that of 1820, a period of seven years, the increase of our population amounted to 12,353, whilst from 1820 to the present time we may fairly calculate on an increase of 34,474 souls, which, during the latter period, is nearly three times greater than that experienced in the former
The Sydney Gazette and… Monday 21 April 1828, page 2. News
Mr. Malthus informs the Committee of the House of Commons, that the population of Ireland doubles every thirty years. Suppose then that in 1820 the population was 8 millions, in the year 1130, it would have been only 1, but how that one produced the two of 1160, the learned political economist has not informed us.
HALFORD ORATION PROBLEMS OF THE NATIVE RACE Prof. Crowther’s Address
The Canberra Times Friday 24 November 1933, page 4
From 1830, the Government commenced a series of disastrous moves
which increased to a great extent the mortality of the native population!
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3696962 FEDERATION AND ITS PREDICTED EFFECT ON POPULATION WITH COMPARISON TO AMERICAN FEDERATED STATES
The Brisbane Courier Thursday 6 July 1899, page 5.
FOR CRIME STATISTICS OF THE 1830S IN THE COLONIES http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2548158