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St Martin-in-the-Fields 1862

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Martin-in-the-Fields]

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???from the number of deaths in Charing; Cross Hospital,
???finding on an average of years that the number of
???parishioners of St. Martin-in-the-Fields dying in the
???various London hospitals average 10 in the year. The
???death rate for the last year gives 23 4 per thousand.
The number of deaths from epidemic or zymotic
???diseases was large in the year 1862, and is accounted
???for from the increase of fever both in the form of scar???latina
and typhus, the deaths from the two diseases
???being more than double of any other year of the series.
???Whooping cough, consumption, and diseases of the
???lungs arc below the average, the mildness of the winter
???months being the probable reason. Diarrhœa was also
???below the usual average.

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3, King Street, Long Acre0190
24, New Street, St. Martin's Lane0190
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Turner's Court0148
41, St. Martin's Lane0190
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12, Upper St. Martin's Lane0144
For examining sewers, &c., at—
Carlton Terrace046
St. Martin's Lane046
Charing Cross046
Oxendon Street046
Long Acre046