Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for London County Council]
Report of the County Medical Officer—General. 33
|Period.||Death-rate per 1,000 persons living.||Period.||Death-rate per 1,000 persons living.|
|Period.||Death-rate per 1,000 children living at ages 0-5.||Period.||Death-rate per 1,000 children living at ages 0-5.|
The death-rate in each year since 1840 in relation to the mean of the period 1841-1912 is shown
in diagram (P), while the deaths in each month since 1890 in relation to the mean monthly deaths of
the period 1891-1912 are shown in diagram (H), facing page 24.
(a) See footnote (c), page 4. (6) Including deaths of Londoners in the Metropolitan Workhouses
Hospitals and Lunatic Asylums outside the County, but excluding those of non-Londoners in the London Fever Hospital,
the West Ham Union Workhouse at Hackney, the Metropolitan Asylums Hospitals and the Middlesex County Asylum,
within the County of London.