The deaths similarly recorded during the year 1893 num.
bered 91,536; which, upon the same population, would give a
death-rate for the year for the whole Metropolis of 21.3 per
As it will be shown in the following pages that the birthrate
for Battersea during 1893 was 32.6, and the death-rate,
including non-parishioners in public institutions existing within
the parish was 17.4, it follows that the birth-rate of Battersea
was 1.6 per thousand above that of London, while the deathrate
was 3.9 per thousand below the Metropolitan rate amongst
persons dying in the parish, whether belonging thereto or not.
During the year 1893 the deaths which took place within the boundaries of the parish, including all non-parishioners dying in the Union Infirmary and elsewhere, are shewn in Table A of mortality and may be thus summarised.
East Battersea 1,159 West Battersea 1,278 (excluding public institutions) Wandsworth and Clapham Union Infirmary— (a) Parishioners 162 355 (b) Non-Parishioners 193 Polingbroke Hospital— (a) Parishioners 1 6 (b) Non-Parishioners 5 Masonic School— (a) Parishioners 1 1 (b) Non-Parishioners — Emanuel School— (a) Parishioners 1 2 (b) Non-Parishioners 1 Total 2,801 !()
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