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St Olave 1894

Annual report on the sanitary condition of the District for the year 1894

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TABLE IV.

Deaths belonging to the St. Olave District in the year ending Dec. 29,1894.

CAUSES OF DEATH.AGES.Total at all ages.
Under 1 Year.1Yearand under 5.5 and under 15.15, and under 25.25, and under 65.65, and upwards.
I.—SPECIFIC FEBRILE, OR ZYMOTIC DISEASES13215...3345
II.—PARASITIC DISEASES.....................
III.-DIETETIl, DISEASES............2...2
IV.—CONSTITUTIONAL DISEASES252733150
V.—DEVELOPMENTAL DISEASES7............2027
VI.—LOCAL DISEASES2123234313105
VII.—DEATHS FROM VIOLENCE21...17...11
VIII.—DEATHS FROM ILL-DEFINED and NOT SPECIFIED CAUSES11.........1...12
Totals56509118937252
I.—SPECIFIC, FEBRILE OR ZYMOTIC DISEASES.
1.—Miasmatic Diseases.
SmallpoxVaccinated.....................
Unvaccinated.....................
No Statement.....................
Measles4114.........19
Scarlet Fever...11.........2
Typhus.....................
Whooping Cough25............7
Diphtheria13............4
Simple Continued and Ill-defined;Fever.....................
Enteric or Typhoid Fever.....................
Other Miasmatic Diseases1.........214
2.—Diarrhœal Diseases.
Simple Cholera.....................
Diarrhœa, Dysentery21............3
3.—Malarial Diseases.
Remittent Fever.....................
Ague.....................
4.—Zoogenous Diseases.
Cowpox and effects of Vaccination.....................
Other Diseases (e.g., Hydrophobia, Glanders, Splenic Fever)............1...1
5.—Venereal Diseases.
Syphilis2...............2
Gonorrhoea, Stricture of Urethra.....................
6.—Septic Diseases.
Erysipelas...............22
Pyaemia, Septicaemia1...............1
Puerperal Fever.....................
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