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Lambeth 1863

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Lambeth]

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TABLE III.

Showing the different periods of life in which the deaths took place during the year 1863.

DISTRICTS.Under 6 years.5 years, and under 20 years.90 years, and under 40 years.40 years, and under 60 years.60 years, and under 80years.80 years, and upwards.
Waterloo Road,—1st part190214764865
Waterloo Road,—2nd part2552551543913
Lambeth Churcii,—1st part263265758495
Lambeth Church,—2nd part8865314513519751
Kenninqton,—lst part2895579879920
Kensington,—2nd part1693589618425
Brixton1584145688223
Norwood63132021206
Total1,773272483548606148
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TABLE VII.
Number of Cases of Small Pox treated by the Poor Law Medical
Offcers of Lambeth during each Quarter of the Year 1863.
Total number of Removals into the Small Pox Hospital, and to
the Small I ox Wards of the Workhouse, and Deaths in Hospital
and Workhouse.
Case of Small Pox under tho care of tho Poor Law Medical Officers.
First Quarter of the Year
52
Second Quarter of the Year
1 71
third Quarter of the Year
69
Fourth Quarter of the Year
71
TOTAL
363
Cases removed to the Small Hospital,-58, of which 13 died.
Case. removed to the Ward, of the Workhouse,-74, of which 2 died.


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