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Marylebone 1894

The sanitary chronicles of the Parish of St. Marylebone being the annual report of the Medical Officer of Health for the year 1894

Blyth, Alexander Wynter.

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19 tables in this report

  • Page 9
    Calculated in the same way, the birth and death-rates for 1894 of the sub-districts were as follows :—
    All Soulsbirth-rate 19.8;death-rate 14.9
  • Page 9
    The following table gives the distribution of the deaths of parishioners dying in various extra-parochial institutions, all of which are included in the mortality statistics:—
  • Page 19
    The number of workshops and workplaces in 1894 were as follows :—
  • Page 20
    Nevertheless the account is not unsatisfactory :—
  • Page 20
    With regard to outworkers who reside in the parish but who work in other districts, they are as follows :—
  • Page 23
    The clerical work during 1894 may be summarised as follows:—
  • Page 29
    TABLE I.—Giving the death.rate per thousand of population, of the five Registration Districts, from certain classes of disease, 1894.
    The whole DistrictAll Souls*RectorySt. MaryChrist ChurchSt. John
  • Page 29
    TABLE II.— Rate of Mortality per cent, of diseases notified in each of the five Registration Districts, 1894.
    The whole DistrictAll SoulsRectorySt. MaryChrist ChurchSt. John
  • Page 30
    TABLE III.—District Births and Deaths for the fifty.two weeks ending DECEMBER 22nd, 1894.
    Population in 1881.Population iu 1891.Births.Deaths.
  • Page 30
    TABLE IV.—Vaccinations during 1894.
    Deaths under one year.Primary Vaccinations.ReVaccinations by Public Vaccinator.
    Public Vaccinator.Private Practitioners.Total.
  • Page 31
    TABLE V.—(living the Causes of Deaths during the 52 Weeks ending Deo. 31st, 1894, at the Middlesex Hospital, Queen Charlotte's, Samaritan Hospital, the Workhouse, and the Marylebone Infirmary, Notting Hill, W.
    Middlesex Hospital.Queen Charlotte's Hospital.Samaritan Hospital.WorkhouseNotting Hill Infirmary.
  • Page 32
    TABLE VI.— TABLE OF POPULATION, BIETHS, AND OF NEW CASES 01 INFECTIOUS SICKNESS, coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer o Health, in the Sanitary District of ST. MARYLEBONE, during the 5S weeks ending December 314(, 1894; classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    (a)All SoulsRectorySt. MaryChrist ChurchSt. JohnTotals
  • Page 33
    TABLE VII.— TABLE OF DEATHS in the Sanitary District of ST. MABYLEBONT during the 52 weeks ending December 22nd, 1894, classified according U Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    (a)All SoulsRectorySt. MaryChrist ChurchSt. JohnTotalsThe subjoined numbers have been taken into account in judging of the records of mortality.
    Deaths occurring outside the district among persons belonging thereto.Deaths occurring within the district nmong persons not belonging thereto.
  • Page 34
    TABLE VIII.—Sale of Food and Drugs Act .—Samples analysed during the Year 1894.
  • Page 35
    Number of bodies received from January 1st, 1894, to December 31st, 1894.
    Carried forward238
  • Page 35
    Number of Inquests from January 1st, 1894, to December 31st, 1894.
  • Page 35
    Number of Infectious cases received from January 1st, 1894, to December 31st, 1894.
  • Page 36
    Mr W. Yeo, No. 1 District.Mr. A. Perry, No. 2 District.Mr. T. Gorniot, No. 3 District.Mr. D. J. Andrews, No. 4 DistrictMr. R. Phillips, No. 5 District.Mr. C. J. Kilgallin, Special Duties.Total.
  • Page 37
    List of Sewers Underpinned with New Bottoms during 1894.