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Publication which presents the works carried out to quantify the population during the first half of the 19th century.

During the years that make up this period, no direct registration census was carried out which was habitual half way through the 18th century. Censuses were replaced by simple population imputations at different levels of local breakdown. Fourteen imputations have been compiled on a provincial scale, four of a judicial nature and one, dated in 1842 on a municipality level. The latter, because of its scope, content and presentation can be considered a population census, as all municipalities appear related and, as of then, all the statistics use the municipality for territorial information.

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