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Hanover Square 1894

Medical Officer's report for the year ended 29th December, 1894

Corfield, W. H.

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20 tables in this report

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    Table I.
    YEAR.Gross Total of Deaths.Deaths in Public Institutions.Proportional Share of Deaths in Public InstitutionsCorrected Total of Deaths. (52 weeks).Corrected Death-rate per 1,000 per annum (52 weeks).
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    Table II. Deaths in Public Institutions in the Parish.
    Mayfair.Belgravia.Sub-District not stated.Non-Parishioners.
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    Table III. Death-rates per 1,000 per annum.
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    Table IV.
    YEAR.Registered Births.Birth-rate per 1,000 per annum (52 weeks.)Deaths op Children under 1 Year.
    Total,Percentage to Registered Births.Percentage to Total Deaths of Parishioners
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    Table V.
    YEAR.A. Persons aged sixty years and upwards.B. Injuries.G. Inquest Cases.D. Uncertified.Percentages to Gross Total of Deaths.
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    TABLE VI. Non-Parishioners excluded.
    Year.A Persons aged sixty years and upwards.B Injuries.Percentages to corrected Total of Deaths.
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    Table VII.
    SUB-DISTRICT.Population at middle of 1891.Births.Birth-rate.Deaths of Parishioners.Deaths (corrected).Death-rate (corrected).
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    Table VIII.
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    Table IX. Showing the number of Deaths registered in the Parish in each of the ten years, 1884 to 1893, from the principal infectious Diseases and Diarrhoea% ancl the number in 1894.
    DISEASE.1881.1885.1886.1887.1888.1889.1890.1891.1892.1893.Annual Average of ten years, 1884—1893.Proportion of Deaths to 1,000 Deaths in ten years, 1884—1893.1894.Proportion of Deaths to 1,000 Deaths in 1894.
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    TABLE X. Deaths of Parishioners from the principal Infectious Diseases and from Diarrhoea :—
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    Table XI.
    Name of Diseases.Numberof Cases certified.
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    This is usually the case, as is shown by the following table :— Cases of Enteric Fever.
    year.Aug., Sept. and Oct.November and December.
    No. of Cases.Average per month.No. of Cases.Average per month.
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    Table XII.
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    T able XIII. Nuisances dealt with.
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    Table XIV. Infectious Diseases and Disinfection.
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    T able XV. Return showing the number of bodies received into the Mortuary, Ebury Bridge, during the 52 weeks ending December 29th, 1894.
    Cause of Death.Number.Post Mortems.Inquests.
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    (A) TABLE OF DEATHS during the year 1894 in the Metropolitan Diseases, Ages,
    Localities.Mortality From all causes, at subjoined Ages.(i)Mortality
    At all Ages.Under 1.1—-5.5—15.15—25.25—65.65 & upwards.12345
    smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Typhus.
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    Sanitary District of St. George's , Hanover Square, classified according to and Localities.
    from subjoined causes, distinguishing deaths of children under flve years of age.
    Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Measles.Whooping Coil eh.Diarrhoea and Dysentery,Rheumatic Fever.Ague.Phthisis.Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Pleurisy.Heart Disease.Injuries.All other Diseases.Total.
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    ( B) TABLE 0F POPULATION, BIRTHS, AND OF NEW the Medical Officer of Health, during the year 1894, in the classified according to Diseases,
    Population at all Ages.Registered Births.Ages.New Cases of Sickness in
    Localities.Census 1891.Estimated to Middle of 181)4.Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevers.
    Typhus.Enteric (or Typhoid).Continued.
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    CASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS, coming to the knowledge of Metropolitan Sanitary District of St. George's, Hanover Square, Ages, and Localities.
    each locality.Number of such cases removed prom home to hospitals.
    Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Diarrhoea.Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevebs.Cholera.Erysipelas.
    Relapsing.Puerperal.Typhus.Enteric (or Typhoid).Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.