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" London about the year 1750, exceeding considerably that of former years, has been attributed to the great abuse of spirituous liquors, which were then sold without the very necessary check of high duties. One of the results of these statistical investigations... "
A familiar treatise on life-assurances and annuities - Page 59
by Robert Rankin (of Bristol.) - 1830
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature and Art, Volume 27

1829
...chances of existence are exactly doubled in London, — a progress and final result, adds the anther, without a parallel in the history of any other age or country. The high rate of mortality in London about the year 1750, exceeding considerably that of former years,...
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Elements of medical statistics; the substance of the Gulstonian lectures ...

Francis Bisset Hawkins - 1829
...in 40. So that, in the space of 70 years, the chances of existence are exactly doubled in London ; which is a progress and final result without a parallel in the history of any other age or country. The annual mortality in the year 1700 was about 1 in 25. It seems to have increased from that time...
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An appeal to the medical profession, on the utility of the ..., Volume 7

John Read (maker to the army.) - 1829
...forty. So that, in the space of seventy years, the chances of existence are exactly doubled in London; which is a progress and final result without a parallel in the history of any other age or country." (P. 18.) In the peculiar circumstances of Ireland, it would be very interesting to know the average...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 14

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - 1829
...chances of existence are exactly doubled in London, — a progress and final result, adds the author, without a parallel in the history of any other age or country. The high rate of mortality in London about the year l750, exceeding considerably that of former years,...
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Arcana of Science and Art: Or, An Annual Register of Useful Inventions and ...

John Timbs - Technology - 1830
...chances of existence are exactly doubled in London,— a progress and final result, adds the author, without a parallel in the history of any other age or country. The high rate of mortality in London about the year 1750, exceeding considerably that of former years,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 24

1850
...have been exactly doubled in London, a progress and final result which may fairly be considered as without a parallel in the history of any other age or country. In Paris, about the middle of the last century, the mortality was 1 in 25 ; at present it is about...
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