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St Pancras 1910

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Pancras, London, Borough of]

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B. Sr. Paxckas.—Death Rates from Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pleurisy, pei 100,000 of population.

NorthKentish Town251293262349239256314North.
East and West or -CentralCamden Town370416201422283247281
Somers Town440418448506387422479
Regent's Park291257264375357323319
South 1Central St. Pancras362346321433344324348Central.
Tottenham Court300341355403393421390
Gray's Inn Lane377444327444443361385
South St. Pancras341395340425420389387South.
All St. Pancras311337301396348322348
CentralNorth St. Pancras233242247260253284264North.
East do.287343318317355340328
West do.248306272294307310318
Central do.2673242943.15330325323Central.
South do.290338313255284252325South.
All do.264397287282300297309

* Note.—In 1902 the division line between the Registration Sub-Districts of
Gray's Inn Lane and Tottenham Court was moved westward from
Burton Crescent (now Cartwright Gardens) to Upper Woburn Place.
+ Note.—In 1903 triangular pieces of the Camden Town and Somers Town
Sub-Districts were added to the Regent's Park Sub-District to form the
West St. Pancras Sub-District, and the remainder of Camden Town and
Somers Town Sub-Districts were amalgamated to form the East St.
Pancras Sub-District.