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Teddington 1895

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Teddington]

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Table B of Population, Births and New Cases of Infectious Sickness.

Population Census 189110,025
Estimated to middle of 189511,187
Registered Births269
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Cases of Infectious Sickness.
Scarlatina
,,
Diphtheria
,,
Membranous Croup
Enteric or Typhoid Fever
Puerperal Fever
Erysipelas
,,
8 under five years.
12 five years and upwards.
8 under five years.
14 five years and upwards.
2 five years and upwards.
1 five years and upwards.
4 five years and upwards.
1 under five years.
7 five years and upwards.
The Notification of Infectious Disease has been compulsory
in the District since February, 1890.
There is no Isolation Hospital.


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