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1885 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Deaths reported 1,755: under five years of age 952; principal infectious diseases (smallpox, measles, diphtheria and croup, whooping-cough, erysipelas, levers and cliarrhoeal diseases) 669, consumption 206, lung diseases 101, diarrhoea! diseases 529, diphtheria and cough 51, typhoid fever 16, malarial fever 17, whooping-cough 20, scarlet fever 15, measles nine, cérébrospinal meningitis three, erysipelas two, puerperal fever one. From wliiHipiiig-cough, New York 16, Brooklyn, Providence, and
more » ... Providence, and Lynn two each, Boston, Baltimore, Fall River, and Cambridge one each. From malarial fever, New York and Brooklyn seven each, Baltimore two, Nashville, one. From scarlet fever, Brooklyn six, Boston (our, New York three, Charleston and Chelsea one each From measles, New York three, Brooklyn
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