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Bermondsey 1858(1858-59)

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Published
1859
Author
Challice, John.
Pages
44
Tables
5

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  • Page 40
    BERMONDSEY. Table shewing the Deaths as compared with the average number in corresponding weeks for the last 10 years; also the mortality from Zymotic Diseases
    DATE.Deaths.AverageMeasles.Typhus Fever.Diarrhœa.Small Pox.Whoop. Cough.
  • Page 41
    BIRTHS and DEATHS for BERMONDSEY, in 52 Weeks, from June 14th, 1858, to June 11th, 1859.
    St. James' District.Leather Market District.St. Mary Magdalen District.
    DATE.Births.Deaths.Births,Deaths.Births.Deaths.
  • Page 42
    BERMONDSEY. DEATHS.
    In Weeks endingUnder 2 years.From 2 years, and under 20.From 20 years, and under 40.From 40 years, and under 50.From 50 years, and under 70.From 70 years, and upwards.
  • Page 43
    BERMONDSEY. DEATHS-(continued).
    In Weeks endingUnder 2 years.From 2 years, and under 20.From 20 years, and under 40.From 40 years. and under 50.From 50 years, and under 70.From 70 years, and upwards.
  • Page 44
    TABULAR STATEMENT.
    Notices served by order of the Vestry.Cesspools entirely done away with.Pans and Traps provided, and connected with Drains or Sewers.Defective and Offensive Drains.Badly paved Yards.Offensive Accumulations.Effluvia from Trade.Animals so kept as to be a nuisance.Dwellings without any privy accommodation.Dwellings in a filthy and unwholesome condition.Cesspools emptied, no Sewer within 100 feet.Slaughterhouses inspected.Slaughterhouses licensed.Seizures of Meat being unfit for human food.Summonses before Police Magistrates.Notices not complied with.Average number of inspections.