|population of london 1800||0.76||1||6038||84|
|population of london 1800 - 1900||0.77||0.8||7554||11|
|population of london 1900||0.71||1||5203||57|
|population of london 1600||1.73||0.5||8090||71|
|population of london 1801||1.96||0.1||2679||47|
|what was the population of london in 1800||1.33||0.9||7943||6|
|population of london england in 1800||0.29||0.4||3706||57|
|population of london in 1800 and 1900||0.75||0.1||5659||17|
|london population 1800s||0.37||0.5||8558||52|
|population of the uk in 1900||0.28||0.1||3975||77|
|population of england in 1900||0.07||0.9||7731||51|
|population of uk in 1800||0.66||0.7||1628||26|
|population of london in 1700||0.43||0.5||7711||76|
|population of london in 1500||0.89||0.2||1926||27|
|population of britain 1900||0.41||0.9||6754||13|
|population of england in 1800||1.32||1||8878||31|
|population of london in 1801||0.65||0.8||9434||72|
|what was the british population in 1900||1||0.2||2989||21|
|united kingdom population in 1900||1.76||0.5||2279||75|
It grew to well over three million by 1860, and six and a half million by 1900 In 1800, London was a home for 1 million people. In 1900, it was inhabited by 6.7 million. The population was increased rapidly. The annual growth reached 1.9 percent. It was a center of trade, finance, and politics.Was London the biggest city in the 1800s?
In 1800, London topped the largest 100 list with 1.1 million inhabitants. A city with the population of Turin (at just 66,000 inhabitants) would have made the list and a city with 400,000 inhabitants would have been in the ten largest. But by 2020, a city would need to be almost 50 times this size to make the top 10 cut.What was life like in London in 1800?
In the 1800s, the Thames River was thick with human sewage and the streets were covered with horse dung, the removal of which, according to Lee Jackson, presented an "impossible challenge."What was the population of England in 1700?
What was the population of England in 1700? 5,200,000. What was the population of the UK in 1900? It encompassed the Indian subcontinent and large parts of Asia, Africa, the Americas and Australasia. A census of the empire in 1901 estimated that India had by far the largest population of these regions, at 274 million (England’s population, by contrast, was about 41.5 million).