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St George (Southwark) 1858

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Southwark, The Vestry of the Parish of St. George the Martyr]

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Parish of St. George the Martyr, Southward, Annual Report of the Vestry.
Buildings, Little Lant Street, Wickham Place, Montague Street, Suffolk Court, and Gun
Street. The following have been partially re-payed, viz.:—Thomas Street, Noel Street,
Lansdown Place, Mermaid Court, Harrow Street, and parts of High Street, Blackmail
Street, and the Old Kent Road; besides that most of the Streets and Courts of the Parish
have been more or less repaired as was found necessary. The totals are tabulated thus :—
Part dressed, re-laid
and grouted
329 yards superficial 1849 yards superficial


New Flag PavingFlag Paving re-laidNew CurbCurb dressed and re-setCurb re-set
Feet superficialFeet SuperficialFeet run.Feet run.Feet run.

The cost of Watering and Cleansing the Roads, and of removing the Dust, will be
found in the subjoined Account. There are also appended to this Report a List of the
Members of the Vestry and of the Vestry Officers, and copies of the Medical Officer of
Health's Reports to the Vestry, and of the Sanitary Inspectors' Report.
By Order,
Vestry Clerk.
37, Beidge House Place,
Newinotox Causeway.