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Islington 1861

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Islington, Parish of St Mary]

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A cheap and effectual disinfectant also, which might he readily prepared for distribution to the poor, consists in sand or marl, or dry plaster well mixed with a small quantity of coal-tar.

July.Mean Temperature. (Greenwich.)Parish cases of Diarrhœa, &c.Deaths from Diarrhœa and Cholera.
1856185718581859I8601861185618571858185918601861185618571858185918601861
1st week59.2°596°55.9°67.4°58.5°59.7°193422474343871134
end „57.6°68.0°66.4°71.0°57.4°61.5°253830761530065838
3rd „60.1°68.3°62.9°69.0°59.0°61.5°229427118212942052009
4th „64.2°65.6°59.6°67.0°55.6°61.1°3188291081468320131718
60.2°65.3°61.2°68.6°57.6°60.9°952541083495416110543056729
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EDWARD BALLARD, M.D.,
Medical Officer of Health.
Vestry Offices,
August 5th, 1861


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