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Mann wrote of the Scottish published returns that ‘the particulars respecting these returns are not presented in minuter subdivisions of the country than Counties. This course was rendered necessary by a pledge, which was deemed essential to the success of the inquiry, that no individual return should be made public. , p. xii. Hume, in one of the earliest commentaries on the census wrote: ‘In 1851, a “Census of Religious Worship” was compiled for each of the two sections of Great Britain. That for Scotland was published separately, and at a comparatively early period after the receipt of the detailed information.
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22–30. In 1816 for example, Herbert Marsh was appointed to Llandaff, it would appear largely as a result of his services as an economic advisor during the Napoleonic Wars. W. Gibson, ‘The Tories and church patronage: 1812–30’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 41 (1990), 266–7. See for example T. J. Nossiter, ‘Aspects of electoral behaviour in English constituencies, 1832–1868’, in E. Allardt and S. ), Mass Politics: Studies in Political Sociology (New York, 1970), p. 180, on the political implications of dissenting or Anglican affiliation; or see his ‘Voting behaviour, 1832–1872’, Political Studies, 18 (1970), 385; P.