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according actual numbers aggregate amongst annual asphyxia Austria average of suicides Baden Basilicata Bavaria Belgium brain Carniola Catholics causes Celts cent centre civilization classes contrary countries crime Dalmatia Denmark diseases distribution of suicides domestic troubles drowning England Europe fact firearms France French Galicia German give greater greatest number hanging human increase of suicide individual influence inhabitants Italian Italy kingdom Kingdom of Saxony lastly laws Legoyt less Liguria Lower Austria madness mental military Military Frontiers moral nature Norway number of suicides º º passions pellagra period phenomena poison population professions proportion of suicides Proportions per 1,000 provinces Prussia psychical psychological race regions relation religion returns Saône-et-Loire Saxony sexes Slavs ſº social statistics stature struggle suicidal tendency suicides per million Sweden Switzerland Table tendency to suicide tion towns Transylvania violent deaths voluntary deaths Wagner Wales whilst widows women Würtemberg
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