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Wandsworth 1873

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Wandsworth District, The Board of Works (Clapham, Putney, Streatham, Tooting & Wandsworth)]

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TABLE IV.

Showing the total Deaths from the Principal Epidemic Diseases registered in each Sub-District, and in the entire District, and the relation which they bore to the total Mortality in the several years 1863-73.

Years.Deaths from the seven principal Epidemics in each Sub-Districts.Entire District.
Clapham.Battersea.Wandsworth.Putney.Streatham.Total Deaths from the Seven Epidemics.Total Deaths Registered from all causes.Per centage of Deaths from the Seven Epidemics to Total Deaths.
18639586622932304147129.9
186463129431122268168815.8
186575177541126343178319.2
186686244731634453207221.3
186756122332110242193712.4
186899194641428399216818.4
1869117247943127516239321.5
18701194041131937692265926.0
18711784631033231807286728.8
1872128220472031446242118.4
18736520543632350257013.6
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*** The Diseases included in the above Table constitute, as in the RegistrarGeneral's
Returns, the principal maladies only of the Zymotic class—viz.: Small Pox,
Measles, Scarlatina, Diphtheria, Whooping-cough, Diarrhœa and Cholera, and Fever.


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