Recent Deaths

1892 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
In tho thirty-three greater towns of England and Wales with an estimated population of 10,185,730, for the wook ending February 8th, the death-rate was 2IÍ.2. Deaths reported 5,1011 : acute diseases of the respiratory organs (London) 7lil, influenza (London) 314, whooping-cough 240, moasles 72, diarrhoea 38, diphtheria 30, scarlet lover 31, fever 23. The death-rates ranged from 13.8 in Bradford to 3!).(i iu Norwich; Iu the thirty-throe greater towns of England and Wales with an estimated
more » ... an estimated population of 10,185,730, for tho week ending February 13th, the death-rate was 23.1. Doaths reported 4,514: acute diseases of the respiratory organs (London) 500, whoopingcough 192, measles 00, diarrhoea 40, scarlot fever 89, diphtheria H4, fever 8, small-pox (Oldluim) 1. The death-rates ranged from 10.0 in Bradford to 32.0 in Nottingham! Birmingham 20.9, Brighton 24.0, Huddersfleld 17.;f, Leeds 17.9, Ioicester 22.9, Liverpool 24.1, London 24.0,
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