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

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Page 1 - At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was 29
Page 405 - There are 677 workers in dress, and 658 in cane, rush, and straw. Amongst the Blind there are 539 persons of rank or property, not returned under any office or occupation ; and 1,091 living on income from voluntary sources and rates. The total of the Deaf and Dumb is 12,236. Of these, 5,104 belong to the Domestic Class; 932 to the Agricultural; and 2,909 to the Industrial. Of this class, 1,909 are working and dealing in the Textile Fabrics and in Dress.
Page 258 - Mar. 28.—. Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 May 2 May 9 May 16 May 23 May 30 June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27 July 4 July 11 July 18 July 25 Aug.
Page 387 - 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 1847-56, the average number was 1598.
Page 49 - The mean temperature of the week was 40 '9, which is about 9 or 10 higher than that of the two previous weeks, and 2 '4 higher than the average of the same week in 43 years (as determined by Mr. Glaisher).
Page 267 - Personsworkinganddealing in minerals XV. Labourers and others — branch of labour undefined XVI. Persons of rank or proproperty not returned under any office or occupation XVII.
Page 191 - Persons possessing or working the land, and engaged in growing grain, fruits, grasses, animals, and other products, . 126,041
Page 316 - Islington Hackney ..... St. Giles Strand Holborn ..... Clerkenwell .... St. Luke East London .... West London .... London City .... Shoreditch .... Bethnal Green .... Wbitechapel .... St.
Page 380 - The mean temperature of the air in the week was 57, which is 1'5 below the average of the same week in 43 years (as determined by Mr.
Page 33 - Seventy -three of the deaths caused by bronchitis occurred to persons who were 60 years old or more, whilst 70 of the 84 from pneumonia occurred to children. Phthisis, which is not included in the above class, was fatal to 146 persons (being almost the same as the corrected average) ; and of these, 107 died in that period of life which ixtends from 20 to 60 years.

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