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Greenwich 1857

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Greenwich District]

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The next Table will shew the comparative number of births
and deaths in the District, including the Hospitals and Union
Workhouse.

TABLE No. 16.

Greenwich, including Hospitals and Union House.St. Paul, Deptford.St. Nicholas, Deptford.Total.
M.F.Total.M.F.Total.M.F.Total.M.F.Total.
Births65459612506426241266165176341146113962857
Deaths6514141065347323670858116610838181901
Excess of Births31821852953015968095175378578956
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In the following Table will be shewn a comparative statement
of births and deaths, exclusive of the deaths occuring in the
Hospitals and Union Workhouse.

TABLE No. 17.

Greenwich.St. Paul, Deptford.St. Nicholas, Deptford.Total.
Births125012663412857
Deaths5606701661396
Excess of Births6905961751461
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In submitting to you the foregoing Tables, it has been my
endeavour so to classify the facts as that they should readily
convey to you their practical meaning. The deaths, the ages at
which those deaths took place, and the diseases causing those
deaths, are so recorded that you will be enabled easily to compare
the healthiness or unhealthiness of the different Divisions of your
District; and, in after years, when the Sanitary arrangements
which you have already carried out, shall have more thoroughly
developed their anticipated good, and when other arrangements
which you have now in contemplation shall have produced their
legitimate results, the Annual renewal of these Tables cannot fail


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