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Walthamstow 1902

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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TABLE V.

Year.Births.Deaths.B. Rate.D. Rate.Zymotic D. R.Infantile Mortality Rate.Natural Increase of Population.
'91175669437 314.71.9120.01062
'92171791534.7518.03.9145.6802
'93180980934.7815'55243133.21000
'94181371732.012.61.8129.61096
'95202196533.215.83.5153.31056
'96210181732.312.52.4127.51284
'97224683232.0811.882.8132.01414
'982294103429.813.43.67169.51215
'992835128234.1415.442.94170.01553
'003037125433.3713.782.8158.71783
'013210129633113.352.82147.61914
Average for . 10 years J '022307 3426991 11543295 33.8114.33 11.382.90 1.3146.6 1151235 2272
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Total natural increase of population since 1891, 15,389.
Total increase as shown by census, 1901, 48,779.
Total increase as estimated to middle of the year 1902, 54,972.
Total increase per cent., 118.
INFANTILE MORTALITY RATE.
There were 394 deaths of children under 1 year of age registered
during the year, compared with 481 in 1901 and 482 in 1899 and 1900.
The infantile mortality rate, or the proportion which deaths under
1 year bear to 1,000 births is 115, the lowest rate since 1890, and 18
lower than that for England and Wales as a whole for 1902, and 30
per 1,000 lower than the " 76 great towns."


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