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St James's 1893

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

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PARISH OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER.

APPENDIX TO REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. TABLE I—Causes of Death during Quarter ending June 30th, 1803.

CAUSES OP DEATH.Union house.Under 1 Yeaar of Age.Above 1 and under 5.Above 5 and under 20.Above 20 and under 40.Above and under 60.Above 60 and under 80.80 and upwards.All Age.
I.—Zymotic Diseases.
Diarrhœa...1..................1
Diphtheria......1...............1
Puerperal Fever.........1............1
Rheumatism..................1...1
Whooping Cough......2...............2
II.—Constitutional Diseases.
Apoplexy...............1......1
Cancer...............2......2
Convulsions...1..................1
General Debility42............316
Paralysis2...............212
Phthisis (Consumption).........147......12
Congenital Weakness...1..................1
III.—Local Diseases.
Brain Disease............1...1...9
Bronchitis133...126...15
Diseases of Urinary Organs.....................11
Heart Disease1.........1...315
Hemorrhage..................2...2
Kidney Disease...............1......1
Liver Disease...............11...2
Meningitis......1...............1
Pleurisy..................1...1
Pneumonia11......12...26
Stomach Disease...21......31...7
Syphilis...2............v...2
Throat Disease......2......1......3
IV.—Developmental Diseases.
Anæmia..................1...1
Inanition...1..................1
Marasmus1...1...............1
Old Age4...............145
V.—Violent Deaths.
Accidental Death.........1...1......2
Alcoholism1.........1.........1
Suicide2.........13......4
Suffocation.........11.........2
Syncope...............11...2
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