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72 Miller, Emigrants and exiles, p. 199. 73 Fitzpatrick, Irish emigration, p. 3. 74 Fitzpatrick, 'Emigration, 1871-1921', in A new history of Ireland, VI: Ireland under the union, pt. II (1871-1921), ed. W. E. Vaughan, Oxford, 1996, p. 606. 75 Cormac 6 Grada, Ireland: a new economic history, 1780-1939, Oxford, 1994, p. 224. 76 S. H. Cousens, 'The regional variation in emigration from Ireland between 1821 and 1841', Trans. Inst. Brit. , Vol. 37,1965, p. 29. 77 Cohort depletion is a technique used by scholars to estimate rates of emigration by calculating the percentage of the population cohort most likely to emigrate, 5-24 years, who have 'disappeared' when the census is recorded ten years later (20 years in the case of 1821-41).
Questions of population increase and the level of emigration paled into insignificance when compared with the more immediate and pressing problem of establishing the authority of the new state. 10 Firstly, the number of soldiers from the south of Ireland who were killed in the First World War was recorded by the Registrar General as 27,405, although this figure does not include officers.
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