Harvard Medical School

1894 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
In the thirty-three greater towns of England and Wales with an estimated population of 10,458,442, for the week ending March 10th, the death-rate was 19.9. Deaths reported 3,983; acute diseases of the respiratory organs (London) 434, whoopingcough 145, measles 111, diphtheria 82, scarlet fever 52, fever 39, diarrhoea 30, small-pox (Bradford 4, West Ham 3, Birmingham 2, Bristol, Oldham and Leeds 1 each) 12. Wolverhampton 23.9. In the thirty-three greater towns of England and Wales with an
more » ... ales with an estimated population of 10,458,442, for the week ending March 17tb, the death-rate was 19.2. Deaths reported 3,855: acute diseases of the respiratory organs (London) 373, measles 124, whooping-cough 118, diphtheria 71, scarlet fever 47, fever 39, diarrhcea 34, small-pox (Birmingham 8, London 3, West Ham 2, Cardiff and Oldham 1 each) 15. By direction of the President, Lieut.-Col. Samuel M. Horton, deputy surgeon-general, will report in person to the President of the Army Retiring Board at San Francisco, Cal., for examination by the board. Captain William R. Hall, assistant surgeon, is relieved from duty as attending surgeon and examiner of recruits at San Francisco, Cal., to take effect upon the completion of his examination for promotion and will then report in person to the commanding officer, Whipple Barracks, Arizona Territory, for duty at that post.
doi:10.1056/nejm189404051301421 fatcat:7mjobc4lmngxbflqx5mdxp5s7a