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Hanover Square 1900

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Hanover Square, The Vestry of the Parish of Saint George]


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    Table I.
    Year.Gross Total of Deaths.Deaths in Public Institutions.Proportional ghare of Deaths in Public InstitutionsCorrected Total of Deaths.Corrected Death-rate per 1,000 per annum.
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    Table II. Deaths in Public Institutions in the Parish.
    Mayfair.Belgravia.Sub-District not stated.
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    Table III. Death-rates per 1,000 per annum.
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    Table IV.
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    Table V.
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    Table VI. Non-Parishioners excluded.
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    Table VII.
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    Table VIII.
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    Table IX. Mean Length of Life.
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    YearSt.George's Hanover Square.London.
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    T able X. Deaths of Parishioners from the principal Infectious Diseases and from Diarrhoea and Influenza :—
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    C ases of I nfectious D iseases. The following Table shows the number ol cases certified by Medical Attendants in the ten years 1891 to 1900:— T able XI.
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    Cases of Enteric Fever.
    year.Aug., Sept. and Oct.November and December.
    No. of Cases.Average per month.No. of Cases.Average per month.
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    Mr. Livingstone and I also prepared at the request of the Committee of Works, the following Report on a letter received from the London County Council re Streets and Street Traffic.
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    Table XII.
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    Table XIII. Nuisances dealt with:—
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    Nuisances dealt with— continued.
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    Table XIV. Infectious Diseases and Disinfection.
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    Table XV. Returns showing the number of bodies received into the Mortuary, Ebury Bridge, during the 12 months ending December 29th, 1000.
    Cause of Death.Number.Post-Mortems.Inquests.
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    Table XVI. Showing the results of Mr. Cassal's Analyses of the Water supplied by the Grand Junction and Chelsea Water Companies, from January to December, 1900:—
    Date of CollectionJan. 16 thFeb. 17thMarch 23rdApril 23rdMay 18thJune 21stJuly 31stAug. 23rdSept. 20thOct. 30thNov. 22ndDec. 10thAverage
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    The populations of the various Wards of the Parish, according to the Census of 1896, are given below, with the estimated populations for the middle of 1900.
    Ward.Population 1896.Estimated population middle of 1900.
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    (A) TABLE OF DEATHS during the Year ending December 29th, 1900, in the Metropolitan Sanitary District of S t. G eorge 's, H anover S quare, classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    Localities.Mortality from all causes, at subjoined ages.Mortality from subjoined causes, distinguishing deaths- of children under five
    At all ages.Under 1.1—5.5—15.15—25.25—65.65 & upwards.12345678910111213141516171819202122
    Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Typhus,Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Measles.Whooping Cough.Diarrhoea and Dysentery.Rheumatic Fever.Influenza.Phthisis.Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pleurisy.Heart Disease.Injuries.All other Diseases.Total.
    Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.
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    (B) TABLE OF POPULATION, BIRTHS, AND OF NEW OASES OF INFECTIOUS SICKNESS, coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health, during the year, January to December, 1900, in the Metropolitan Sanitary District of S t. G eorge, H anover S quare , classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    Names of LocalitiesPopulation at all Ages.Registered Births.Ages,New Cases of Sickness ineach Locality.Number of such Cases removed from Home to Hospitals,
    Census 1896.Estimated to middle of 1899.12345678910iiTotals.1234567891011Totals.
    Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous CroupFevers.Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Smallpox.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Membranous Croup.Fevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.
    Typhus.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.Typhus.Enteric or Typhoid.Continued.Relapsing.Puerperal.