Respecting the manner in which Entries should be made in this Book.

The process of entering the Householder's Schedules in this Book should be as follows:-

The Enumerator should first insert, in the spaces at the top of the page, the name of the Parish or Township, Ecclesiastical District, City or Borough, Town or Village, to which the contents of that page will apply, drawing his pen through all the headings which are inappropriate. If the place be extra parochial, he should draw his pen through the words "Parish or Township," in the first column, and write "Extra Parochial" after the name of the place.

He should then, in the first column write the No. of the Schedule he is about to copy, and in the second column the name of the Street, Square, &c. where the house is situate, and the No. of the house, if it has a No., or, if the house be situate in the country, any distinctive Name by which it may be known.

He should then copy from the Schedule into the other columns, all the other particulars concerning the members of the family (making use if he please of any of the authorized contractions); and proceed to deal in the same manner with the next Schedule.

Under the last name in any house he should draw a line across the page as far as the fifth column. Where there is more than one Occupier in the same house, he should draw a similar line under the last name of the family of each Occupier; making the line, however, in this case, commence a little on the left hand side of the third column, as in the example on page vi.

Where he has to insert an uninhabited house, or a house building, this may be done, as in the example, by writing in the second column on the line under the last name of the last house inserted, "One house uninhabited," " Three houses building," as the case may be; drawing a line underneath, as in the example.

At the bottom of each page, on the line for that purpose, he must enter the total number of HOUSES in that page, separating those inhabited from those uninhabited or building. If the statement regarding any inhabited house is contiued from one page to another, that house must be reckoned in the total of the page on which the first name is entered. He must also enter on the same line the total number of males and of females included in that page.

When he has completely entered all the Schedules belonging to any one Parish or Township, he should make no more entries on the LEAF on which the last name is written, but should write across the page, "End of the Parish [or Township] of ---;" beginning the entry of the next Schedule on the next subsequent LEAF of his book. The same course must be adopted with respect to any isolated or detached portion of a distant parish; which portion, for the sake of convenience, may have been included in his District. When he has entered all the Schedules belonging to any Borough, Ward, Tything, Hamlet, Village, Ecclesiastical District, &c., he should make no more entries on that PAGE, but write underneath the line after the last name, "End of the Borough, [or Ecclesiastical District Hamlet, Tything, Ward, Village, &c.,] of ---;" making his next entry on the first line of the following PAGE.

In this way he will proceed until all his Householders' Schedules are correctly copied into his Book; and he must then make up the statement of totals, at page ii of his Book, in the form there specified. He must also, on page iii, make up the summaries there mentioned, in the form and according to the instructions there given.