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Wimbledon 1893

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Wimbledon]


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11 tables in this report

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    TABLE A.
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    Cases NotifiedDeathsCases NotifiedDeaths.Cases NotifiedDeaths
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    TABLE C.
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    TABLE 1. The following is a Summary of the Nuisances complained of and inspected during the year, and carried out under the supervision of Mr. Mayne, the Sanitary Inspector.
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    TABLE 2. Table shewing the Number of Infectious Cases notified during each month of the year 1893.
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    TABLE 3. Table of Deaths during the Year 1893, in the Urban Sanitary district of Wimbledon Classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    Localities. Public Institutions being shown as separate localities (a)Mortality from all causes at subjoined ages.(i)Mortality from subjoined causes, distinguishing deaths of children under 5 years of age.
    At all Ages. (b)Und'r 1 year (c)1 and und'r 5 (d)5 and und'r 15 (e)15 and und'r 25 (f)25 and und'r 65 (g)65 and } upwards (h)1234567891011121314
    ScarlatinaDiphtheriaMembranous CroupPuerperal Fever.ErysipelasMeaslesWhooping CoughDiarrhoea and DysenteryPhthisis jBronchitis, Pneumonia and PleurisyHeart Disease.Injuries.All other DiseasesTotal
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    TABLE. 4. Table of Population, Births, and of New Cases of Infectious Sickness, coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health during the year 1893, in the Urban Sanitary District of Wimbledon classified according to Diseases, Ages, and Localities.
    Names of Localities.Population at all ages.Registered Births.Aged under 5 or over 5New cases of sickness coming to the knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health.Number of suchcases removed to Hospital.
    Census, 1891.Estimatd to Middle of 1893Small Pox.ScarlatinaDiphtheriaMembranous CroupFevers.Cholera.Erysipelas.Small Pox.Scarlatina.Diptheria
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    No. of Deaths.No. Deaths.
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    TABLE 5. distribution and particulars of infectious cases notified, 1893.
    Diseases.Alexandra Road.Amity Grove.Arthur Road.Atkinson Morley's Hospital.Berkeley Road.Beulah Road.Broadway.Caroline Road.Caxton Road.Church Road.Cochrane Road.Common.Copper Mill Lane.Courthope Villas.Cowper Road.Copse Hill.Cromwell Road.Crooked Billet.Darlaston Road.Deburgh Road.| Denmark Road.Derby Road.Dryden Road.Drive (The)Dundonald Road.Durham Road.Durnsford Hospital.Durnsford Road.East Road.Effra Road.Gap Road.Garfield Road.Gladstone Road.Goodenough Road.Graham Road.Grange (The)Granville Road.Griffiths Road.Hamilton Road.Hardy Road.Hartfield Crescent.Hartfield Road.Haydon Park Road.Haydon Road.Herbert Road.High Street, Wimbledon.High Street, Merton.
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    TABLE 5 .—continued.
    Diseases,Hill Road.Homefield Road.Hubert Road.Kingston Road.Kingswood Road.Lake Cottage.Lambton Road.Lansdown Road.Latimer Road.Lingfield Road.Mansel Road.Merton Road.Merton Hall Road.Milton Road.Montague Road.Nelson Road.Newton Road.Norman Road.North Road.Oldfield Road.Palmerston Grove.Palmerston Road.Pelham Road.Queen's Road.Quick Road.Richmond Road.Ridgway.Ridley Road.Russell Road.Somerset Road.South Park Road.South Place.South Road.Spencer Road.Stanley Road.Victory Road.Vineyard Hill.Wandle Bank.Wandle Road.William Road.Wilton Road.Woodside.Worple Road.Wycliffe Road.Total.
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    TABLE 6. WIMBLEDON URBAN SANITARY AUTHORITY. Table Showing Deaths from all causes and at different ages
    Cause of DeathAGES.
    0 to 11 to 55 to 1515 to 2525 to 5035 to 4545 to 5555 to 6565 to 7575 to 8585 andup- wardsTotal