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 Camberwell, St. Giles]
TABLE VII. TABLE VIII.
|Births in Districts.||Births in the 4 Quarters of the Year|
|M||F||M F||M||F||M F|
|St. George's.||307||306||613||4th Quarter||277||277||554|
Table showing increase and density of population, &c.
|Area in Statute Acres.||Population in 1841.||Population in 1861.||Increase of Population per cent, between 1541 & 1851||Number of Persons to an Acre in 1851.|
|North ditto||13,533||375,971||490 396||30.||36.2|
* The population of Dulwich may really be considered to have been
stationary between 1841 and 1851, the apparent decrease being due to the
presence, during the time the census was taken in 1841, of a considerable
number of Haymakers, and to the existence of one or two Schools which
were subsequently discontinued.