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St Giles (Camberwell) 1858

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

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Table III— Mortality of the Parish of Camberwell, during the 52 weeks terminating Saturday, January 1st, 1859.

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 Birth.Fever.Dysentery and Acute Diarrhœa (not of Infants) and CholeraScarlet Fever and Cynanche Maligna.Small PoxErysipelas, Pyœmia, and Puerperal Fever.Diarrhoea, Bronchitis, and Pneumonia of Infants under three years.Measles, Hooping-cough, and CroupHydrocephalus and Convulsions of Infancy.Phthisis and other Tubercular diseases.Other diseases, chiefly Chronic.
First Quarter166202368117104926233136407222519...236233149190
Second Quarter149158307972248153326213447214225...315222844143
Third Quarter16718935615118129152923304128384465...21678827
Fourth Quarter2062034091621776273229284556207...447541422642175
General total688752144052767273283117109115160203101207143712126108108169639
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Table IV.— Mortality due to Zymotic Diseases in 1858.

Fever.Scarlet Fever.Diphtheria.Small-pox.Hooping Cough.Measles.Diarrhœa.Total.
St. Greorge3605126712114
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