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St James's 1883

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St James's, Westminster]

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General Report for the year 1883 ... ... 127
Appendix of Tables.
1. Causes of Death 133
2. Cases of Fever, Small Pox, and Diphtheria 137
3. Sanitary Inspector's Work 141
4. Summary of Sanitary Inspector's Work 144
5. Particulars with regard to Drains re-constructed 145
6. Underground Rooms cleared of Occupants 147
1. Report upon Articles Analysed during year 1883 148
2. List of Articles obtained for Analysis 150

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Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual Income.SOURCE OF INCOME.
16Mrs. Elizabeth Dennis Denyer.To be divided into seven equal parts to be allotted to seven poor Spinsters, not under 60 years of age at the time, of general good character, constant, when able, in their attendance at some place of public worship, and who have never been beggars. The several said persons when so selected to receive the said bequests during their natural lives. The Parishioners of St. Luke, Chelsea, St. Pancras, St. James, Westminster, and Christ Church, Newgate Street, to have precedence, provided the applicant is equally deserving. *The distribution is made by the Rector and Churchwardens of St. Luke's, Chelsea, and the Trustees, of whom the Rector for the time being is one, in the Vestry Room of St. Luke's Church, on one of the first six days of the month of January in each year, and Notice of the day appointed is to be placed on the church doors one month previously, and printed forms may be obtained at St. Luke's Vestry Room, on any day after notice has been given between 10 and 12 o'clock.11900£6,989 17s. 8d Three per Cent. Consols.