1884 The Lancet  
213 certified either by a registered medical practitioner or by a coroner. All the causes of death were duly certified in Portsmouth, Brighton, Sunderland, and in six other smaller towns. The largest proportions of nncertified deaths were registered in Oldham, Blackburn, and Hull. HEALTH OF SCOTCH TOWNS. The annual rate of mortality in the eight Scotch town, which had been equal to 21 0 and 22'8 per 1000 in the two preceding weeks, further rose to 23'3 in the week ending the 26th ult. ; it was, however, 1'6 below the mean rate
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