The Oxford History of the British Empire - Vol. 3

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LIST OF TABLES
2.1. Leading British imports and principal suppliers, 1784-183633
2.2. Exports of British produce to the Empire, 1814-191335
2.3. Empire share in British imports of primary products, 1854 and 191343
2.4. Britain's imports from the Empire, 1854-191344
2.5. Emigration from England, Wales, and Scotland, 1853-192047
2.6. British overseas financial issues, 1865-191448
3.1. Pattern of British exports by regions, 1789-191358
3.2. Pattern of British imports by regions, 1789-191358
3.3. Distribution of capital calls in London, by regions, 1865-191459
3.4. Trade in primary products: regional shares, 1876-191363
3.5. Expansion of croplands in world regions, 1700-192067
3.6. Land converted to regular cropping, 1860-191967
3.7. Estimates of world population, 1750 and 190068
3.8. Percentage shares of different countries and regions in total world manufacturing output, 1750-191369
3.9. Location of world cotton manufacturing industry, 191370
3.10. Location of world steel industry, 191370
5.1. Overseas indentured immigration to destinations in the British Empire, 1834-192089
5.2. Indian overseas labour emigration, 1834-192491
5.3. Chinese overseas emigration from Hong Kong, 1854-188094
12.1. Distances from Plymouth to selected destinations by sea254
12.2. Distances from Liverpool, Cape Town, Bombay, and Calcutta to selected destinations by sea254
12.3. Journey time by sea from England to Cape Town254
12.4. Journey time from selected ports by sea: routes East255
12.5. Journey time from England by sea: North Atlantic routes255
12.6. Journey time from England by sea: West Africa routes255
21.1. Exports of sugar from the British West Indies, 1820-1899489
28.1. Egypt's foreign trade, 1885-1913659
28.2. Egypt's balance of trade and movements of capital, 1884-1914661

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