STATEMENT OF NEW WORKS AND
Carried out under the direction of the General Purposes Committee,
during year ending 25th March, 1864.
Lambeth Walk.— New 3-in. York paving Granite,
12x8, flat kerb, and paved channels from Mill Street to
Princes Road; the remainder of the footway relaid and
made good ; the roadway repaired and made-up throughout.
Rumsey Road.—New 12 x 6 granite edge kerb; footways
gravelled ; and road-way formed and made-up with
hard core, and faced with rough gravel.
Kennington Oval,—Footway, on north side, from
Harleyford Street to Harleyford Road, paved with 3-in. York;
the old kerb reset, jointed, and back-jointed.
Park Street.—Foot-way paved with new 3-in. York ;
old kerb jointed and reset, and made good with new,
James Street, Lambeth Walk.—New 3-in. York paving
to footways; kerb reset, jointed, and made good.
Crozier Street.—New 3-in. York paving to footway
on north side.
Wandsworth Road.—New 3-in. York paving laid on
both sides of the road, from Nine Elms to the boundary of
Walton Terrace, South Lambeth.—New granite
kerb, and York paving to foot-way; road-way properly
Gives the Population of London, the South Districts of London, the Parish of Lambeth, and each of its eight
Sub-divisions, in 1861, with the estimated increase in 1863; also the death-rate of each of the Districts and
Divisions for the year 1863.
|DISTRICTS.||Population in 1861.||Increase per cent per ann.||Estimated Population in 1863.||Deaths in 1863. (53 Weeks.)||Mortality per 10,000—53 weeks||Persons living to one death.|
|Waterloo Road,—1st part||15,269||0.80||15,513||366||23.9||42.3|
|Waterloo Road,—2nd part||18,640||0.15||18,694||437||233.7||42.7|
|Lambeth Church,—1st part||19,839||0.75||20,135||458||222.4||43.9|
|Lambeth Church,—2nd part||29,542||0.98||30,120||967||321.0||31.1|
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