1911 Census of England and Wales, General Report with Appendices, Table 10: " Metropolitan Boroughs. - Population, 1891, 1901 and 1911, and Increase or Decrease per cent.".

Boroughs arranged in order of their
Increase or Decrease, 1901-1911.
POPULATION. Increase ( + ) or
Decrease ( - ) per cent. In
lntercensal Period.
1891. 1901. 1911. Between
1891-1901.
Between
1901-1911.
Administrative County of London 4,227,914 4,536,267 4,521,685 7.3 -0.3
           
Wandsworth 155,490 231,922 311,360 49.2 34.3
Lewisham 88,933 127,495 160,834 43.4 26.1
Fulham 91,790 137,289 153,284 49.6 11.7
Hammersmith 97,283 112,239 121,521 15.4 8.3
Hampstead 68,126 81,942 85,495 20.3 4.3
Woolwich 98,994 117,178 121,376 18.4 3.6
Hackney 199,277 219,110 222,533 10.0 1.6
Camberwell 233,706 259,339 261,328 11.0 0.8
Greenwich 78,493 95,770 95,968 22.0 0.2
Battersea 150,166 168,907 167,743 12.5 -0.7
Deptford 101,770 110,398 109,496 8.5 -0.8
Paddington 135,955 143,976 142,551 5.9 -1.0
Stoke Newington 47,988 51,247 50,659 6.8 -1.1
Bethnal Green 129,123 129,680 128,183 0.4 -1.2
Lambeth 278,393 301,895 298,058 8.4 -1.3
Islington 319,151 334,991 327,403 5.0 -2.3
Kensington 170,071 176,628 172,317 3.9 -2.4
Bermondsey 136,014 130,760 125,903 -3.9 -3.7
Poplar 166,880 168,822 162,442 1.2 -3.8
Shoreditch 124,533 118,637 111,390 -4.7 -6.1
Stepney 285,116 298,600 279,804 4.7 -6.3
Southwark 202,479 206,180 191,907 1.8 -6.9
St. Pancras 235,345 235,317 218,387 0.0 -7.2
Chelsea 72,934 73,842 66,385 1.2 -10.1
St. Marylebone 143,487 133,301 118,160 -7.1 -11.4
Westminster, City of 201,961 183,011 160,261 -9.4 -12.4
Finsbury 109,981 101,463 87,923 -7.7 -13.3
Holborn 66,781 59,405 49,357 -11.0 -16.9
City of London* 37,702 26,923 19,657 -28.6 -27.0

*The City of London comprises an area of 675 acres, which is mainly covered by buildings used for business and not for residential purposes. The census included those persons only who passed the night of the census within the city boundaries and did not take account of the citizens engaged in the city in the daytime. It has been customary for the County Purposes Committee of the Corporation to supplement the ordinary census by the taking of a special day census. This special census took place on this occasion on 25th April, 1911, and the returns showed that 364,061 persons were engaged in the day time within the "walls and liberties" of the city.