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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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Report of the Medical Officer of Health, for the first Quarter, 1858. 7

TABLE 5.— Cases of Sickness among the Poor.

WeeksOUT - DOORWORKHOUSE
Kent Road, Mr. BabbageLondon Road, Mr. WakemBorough Road, Mr. LlewellynMr. Brown
Old CasesNew CasesTotalOld CasesNew CasesTotalOld CasesNew CasesTotalOld CasesNew CasesTotal
1193958282755704111111118129
23633693839776942111| 12510135
318375548328073291021275132
439418046297572371091185123
5453277483785714111211810128
634367043327571361071269135
7443680403272693310212211133
826335958298748338112211133
9373673473178524810011910129
10272855414182743811212212134
1135286337377459501091296135
1220895943357879351141279136
133522571925447118891199128
TOTAL.415440Average under care weekly, 65536426Average under care weekly, 74878481Average under care weekly, 104125Average under care weekly, 131
Grand Total Out-door—Old Cases, 1829, New Cases, 1347 = Average under care weekly—Out-door, 243—In-door, 131.
N.B.—It should be here remarked, that "Old Cases" means only those cases of illness that remain on the hooks more than one week, and consequently involve repetitions of the same case.
Corresponding Quarter of last Year67839682422382621127604133157
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