Landlords and Tenants in Mid-Victorian Ireland

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APPENDIX 20
Counties Ranked According to Serious Crime, 1851-1880

The counties are ranked according to the number of outrages (excluding agrarian outrages) per 10,000 inhabitants; the counties with the lowest rates are ranked first; the counties with the highest are ranked thirty-second. The provinces art ranked from first to fourth, in the same way.

Dublin does not include the metropolitan police area. Belfast, Cork, Galway Limerick, and Waterford are included with their counties. The ranking of Antrim in 1871-80 is adjusted to exclude the crimes caused by the Belfast riots in 1872 If the riots are included Antrim falls from second place to a position between Carlow (fourteenth) and Cork (fifteenth).

Counties 1851-1860 1861-1870 1871-1880
PROVINCE OF LEINSTER
Carlow 13 13 14
Dublin 14 8 = 4
Kildare 31 29 29
Kilkenny 27 14 27
King's 28 26 21
Longford 32 32 283
Louth 2 5 5
Meath 22 27 24
Queen's 23 25 20
Westmeath 29 31 31
Wexford 21 7 7
Wicklow 26 17 21
PROVINCE OF MUNSTER
Clare 16 10 11
Cork 15 15 15
Kerry 5 6 13
Limerick 24 22 30
Tipperary 30 30 23
Waterford 20 19 16
PROVINCE OF ULSTER
Antrim 1 2 2
Armagh 7 18 17

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