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Hampstead 1894

Report on the sanitary condition of the Parish of St. John, Hampstead for the year 1894

Gwynn, Edmund.

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8 tables in this report

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    Deaths in Public Institutions.
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    The following table shows the diminution or excess of deaths in 1894 from the principal zymotic diseases .—
    Causes of death.1891.1893.Diminution in 1894Excess in 1894.
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    Deaths from Influenza registered in Hampstead and in the Metropolitan Sanitary Areas in the five years 1890-1894.
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    The proportional amount of organic elements in each of these waters, the average amount of these elements contained in the Kent Company's water during nine years ending 1876, being taken as unity, was as follows:—
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    Table No. I. Table of POPULATION, BIRTHS, and of NEW CASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health during the year 1894, in the Metropolitan Sanitary District of Hampstead; classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    Names of Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics; Public Institutions being shown as separate localities. (a)Population at all Ages.(d) Registered Births.(e) Aged under 5 or over 5.New Cases of Sickness in each Locality coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health.Number of such Cases Removed from their Homes in the Several Localities for Treatment in Isolation Hospital.
    (b) Census, 1891.Estimated (c) to middle of 1891.1234567891011123456791011
    Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.
    Typhus.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.Typhus.|Enteric or Typhoid.Con tinnedRelap sing.Puerperal.
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    Table No. II. Table of DEATHS during the year 1894, in the Metropolitm Sanitary District of Hampstead, classified according to Diseases. Ages, and Localities.
    Names of Localities adopted for thepurpose ofthese Statistics; PublicInstitutions being shown asseparatelocalities. (a)Mortality from all causes, at subjoined Ages.Mortality from subjoined caused, distinguishing Deaths of Children under Five Years of Age.
    Under 1 year. (c)15152565Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevers.Erysipelas.Measles.Whooping CoughDiarrhæa & Dysentery.Rheumatic Fever.Ague.Phthisis.Bronchitis, Pneumonia, & Pleurisy.HeartDisease.Injuries.Allother diseases.Total.
    Atall ages. (b)and under 5. (d)and under 15. (e)and under 25. (f)and under e5. (g)and upwards (h)TyphusEnteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puer peral.Cholera.
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    Table No. III. PARISH OF ST. JOHN, HAMPSTEAD. Inspector's Report of the Sanitary Work, &c., completed in the year ending 25th March, 1895.
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    Table No. III. (continued). Articles Disinfected in Apparatus.