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'--that being, at least in personal communication with him,' said Clennam, changing the form of his position in the hope of making it unobjectionable, 'you can tell me something of his antecedents, pursuits, habits, usual place of residence. Can give me some little clue by which to seek him out in the likeliest manner, and either produce him, or establish what has become of him.
While it is not unreasonable to assume some interstate women might be recorded as being NT residents, it seems unlikely that usual place of residence for interstate women would be consistently identified correctly in the Midwives' Collection, but not for births' registrations data.
His usual place of residence was 2 Emsworth Road, Mossley Hill, Liverpoool and his next of kin is given as his father, Capt.
All services should be taxed where consumed, with the place of consumption being the usual place of residence of the customer.
Failing that, the court in the couple's usual place of residence has jurisdiction, followed by the court in the state of the couple's nationality, or in the country in which it has very strong ties, in which the couple was married, for instance.
Thus population estimates based on people's usual place of residence provide an incomplete picture.