whose inhabitants are provided with medical advice at the
expense of their richer neighbours.
Accordingly, we here give a list of some of the poorer
streets, with the population of those streets at the Census
of 1851, or (in the case of those marked with an asterisk)
with the population ascertained by enumeration since.
The other figures give the number of cases of fever and diarrhoea, and the total number of cases of illness attended during the quarter, by the Parochial and Dispensary Medical Officers; and the total deaths of children and adults during the same period.
|Population.||Fever.||Diarrhoea.||Total of Parish patients.||Deaths children||Deaths adults|
|*From the Model Lodgings||130||1||l||12||0||0|
|George St., Grosvenor Sq.||540||3||1||42||1||2|
|*John's Court, Farm Street||80||2||0||19||1||1|
|Mount Row and Place||133||2||1||11||0||1*|
|North Bruton Mews||154||2||1||15||0||0|
|Robert St., Grosvenor Sq.||543||1||1||28||6||2|
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* Adult died in workhouse.
No. 17, Little Grosvenor Street, yielded 8 patients; No.
3, John's Court, (which court, we regret to say, remains as it
was,) yielded 9 ; 7 patients came from No. 10, Grosvenor
Mews; 6 out of the 23 patients from Bloomfield Place