What was the population of England in the 1700's?

1 Population of England in 1700. The total population of the British Isles in 1700 is estimated at 8.2 million. The population of England and Wales in 1700 at 5.1 million, that of Ireland at 2.0 million and Scotland 1.1 million.
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What was the population of the UK in 1600?

Historical population
Population 1100–1700
YearPop.±%
16004,110,000+28.4%
16505,310,000+29.2%
17005,200,000−2.1%
  • What was the population of the UK in 1850?

    Population change. In 1811 the population of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland was 18 million. By 1851 this had increased to 27 million. London had grown in size from around 1.5 million to 2.5 million people.
  • What was the population of Great Britain in 1600?

    Historical population
    Population 1100–1700
    YearPop.±%
    16004,110,000+28.4%
    16505,310,000+29.2%
    17005,200,000−2.1%
  • What was the population in 1066?

    At the time of the Domesday Book (1086) England probably had a population of about 2 million. (Much less than in Roman times). However the population grew rapidly. It may have reached about 5 or 6 million by the end of the 13th century.

Updated: 16th October 2019

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