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ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA.

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AUSTEIA-HUNGARY.

Gradiska and Tirol-counties raised to principalities (gefürstete grafshaften); two-Moravia and Istria- HE Austro-Hungarian monarchy consists of two states: margraviates (march counties). Vorarlberg bears the title the "kingdoms and lands represented in the council simply of "land." Trieste, with its district, is a town of the empire (Reichsrath)," unofficially also called Austria treated as a special Crown land. For administrative (Austria proper); and the "lands of St Stephen's Crown," purposes Trieste, with Görz-Gradiska and Istria, con- unofficially called Hungary. Austria proper is composed stituting the Austro-Illyrian coast land, and Tirol and Of Vorarlberg, are each comprehended as one administrative The remaining lands constitute each an administrative territory by The "lands of St GEOGRAPHY AND STATISTICS,-1. The Whole Monarchy. of seventeen "lands," called also "Črown lands." these, three-namely, Bohemia, Galicia and Lodomeria, territory. itself. Stephen's Crown Population in 1890. Areas in English Miles. Population in 1880. аге соm- Administrative Territories. Total. posed of-(1) the kingdonm of Hungary, with which are in- corporated the former grand- principality of Transylvania (Siebenbürgen), and a part of the military frontier; (2) the kingdom of Croatia- Šlavonia, to which belongs the former Croato-Slavonian military frontier; and (3) the town and district of Fiume. By the Berlin Treaty of 1878 the principalities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, owning Turkey as suzerain, are placed under the administration of Austria-Hungary; while Aus- trian garrisons are stationed at three points in the Turkish sanjak of Novi-Bazar. Area and Population.- The areas and the popula- tions, according to the cen- suses of 1880 and 1890, of and Dalmatia-are kingdoms; two-Lower and Upper | the different administrative territories are given in the According to the census of 1900, Carniola, Silesia, and Bukovina-duchies; two-Görz- the population of Austria was then some 26,120,000 ; Males. Females. AUSTRIA- Lower Austria . Upper Austria . Salzburg Styria Carinthia. Carniola Coast Territory Tirol and Vorarlberg Bohemin Moravia. Silesia Galicia Bukovina Dalmatia. 7,630 4,617 2,757 8,642 3,992 3,844 3,074 11,287 19,997 8,555 1,981 30,212 4,022 4,923 2,330,621 759,620 163,570 1,213,597 348,730 481,243 647,934 912,549 5,560,819 2,153,407 565, 475 5,958, 907 571,671 476,101 1,307,913 388,76 85,948 635,967 176,473 238,011 351,844 454,769 2,821,989 1,087,340 288, 908 3,260, 433 324, 469 266,303 1,353,886 397,069 87,562 646,741 184,535 260,947 343,540 474,000 3,021,105 1,189,530 316,741 3,347, 383 322,122 261,123 2,661,799 785,831 173,510 1,282,708 361,008 498, 958 695,384 928, 769 5,843,094 2,276,870 605, 649 6,607,816 646,591 527, 426 Total. 115,533 22, 144, 244 11,689,129 12,206,284 23,895,413 HUNGARY- Hungary proper Croatia and Slavonia Fiume 108,015 16,421 13,812,330 1,905,295 21,634 7,548,012 1,105,272 14,691 7,683,515 1,096,655 15,446 15,231,527 2,201,927 30,337 Total . 124,444 15,739,259 8,667,975 8.795,616 17,463,791 Austro-Hungarian Monarchy Bosnia and Herzegovina 239,977 19,702 37,883,503 1,361,290 20,357,104 851,134 21,001,900 739,902 41,359,204 1,591,036 Austria-archduchies; six-Salzburg, Styria, Carinthia, accompanying table. S. II. -I