Weekly return of births and deaths (infectious diseases, weather) in London (and other great towns).

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Page 9 - If this average is raised for the purpose of comparison, proportionally to increase of population, it will become...
Page 246 - Apr 28 May 5 May 12 May 19 May 26 June 2 June 9 June 16 June 23 .. June 30 July 7 July 14 July 21 July 28 Aug. 4 . . Aug 11 Aug. 18 Aug. 25 .. Sept 1 Sept.
Page 80 - Last week the births of 1046 boys and 977 girls, in all 2023 children, were registered in London. In the ten corresponding weeks of the years 1850-59 the average number was 1 724. At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was 29
Page 393 - The mean temperature of the air in the week was 46, which is 4 above the average of the same week in 43 years (as determined by Mr. Glaisher). The mean daily temperature was above the average throughout the week, and on Thursday exceeded it by no less than 8.
Page 161 - Last week the births of 842 boys and 838 girls, in all 1680 children, were registered in London. In the ten corresponding weeks of the years 1850-59 the average number was 1 606. At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was 29
Page 405 - rheumatic fever " are classed with " rheumatism ; " of " hemorrhage," and " abscess," with the diseases of the organs affected. Cases of "neglect" and "cold," except when the result of privation, (Class I. 3. — 1,) are placed (with notes) under deaths by "accident or negligence,
Page 121 - The mean temperature of the air in the week was 56 '8, which is 4 '6 below the average of the same week in 43 years (as determined by Mr. Glashier). The mean daily temperature was below thu average throughout the week, and on Thursday the deficiency was as much as 10.
Page 361 - Last week the births of 1025 boys and 948 girls, in all 1973 children, were registered in London. In the ten corresponding weeks of the years 1847-5C, the average number was 1598.
Page 95 - Last week the births of 1018 boys and 941 girls, in all 1959 children, were registered in London. In the ten corresponding weeks of the years 1850-59 the average number was 1828. At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was 29
Page 409 - Last week the births of 877 boys and 903 girls, in all 1780 children, were registered in London. In the ten corresponding weeks of the years 1850-59 the average number was 1519. At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was 29'585in. The readings fell from 30

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