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St Giles (Camberwell) 1857

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Camberwell, St. Giles]

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Table III.—Mortality of the Parisli of Camberwell, during the year 1857 (shewing Mortality of each Quarter.)

In what Localities ?At what Ages ?From what Causes ?
m.F.M. F.0 to 55 to 1010 to 1515 to 2020 to 3030 to 4040 to 5050 to 6060 to 7070 and over.Violence, Privation, Poison and Premature BirthFever.Dysentery, and Acute Diarrlicea not of Infants) and Cnolera.Scarlet Fever, and Cynanche MalignaSmall Pox.Erysipelus, Pycemia, and Puerperal Fever.Diarrhoea, Bronchitis,&c. Pneumonia of Infants, under three years of age.Measles, Hooping Cough and Croup.Hydrocephalus and Convulsions of Infancy.Phthisis and other tubercular diseases*Other Diseases, chiefly Chronic.
First Quarter152191343103123218273437495827314617232546182
Second Quarter1481502989999828251827294629716416152859133
Third Quarter159117276113164424262114243024610182441111937104
Fourth Quarter17017234211594415233234416527876224632737177
General Total6296301259430462018851011051121431991072418444161205299179596

Table IV.— Mortality due to Zymotic Diseases in 1857.

Fever.ScarlatinaSmallpox.Hooping Cough.Measles.Diarrhoea.Total.
St. George57...1251342