Birmingham Statistical Society

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The Birmingham Statistical Society was a society active in Birmingham, England in the 1830s and 1840s.[1]

It was also known as the "Birmingham Statistical Society for the Improvement of Education". In 1839 it produced "a very accurate enquiry into the state of education in that town... ; when it was found that the schools of all kinds, public, private, day, Sunday .... " [2][3]

It was still active in 1887.[4]