1895 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
In the thirty-three greater towns of England and Wales with an estimated population of 10,591,530 for the week ending June 29th, the death-rate was 16.7. Deaths reported 3,394; acute diseases of the respiratory organs (London) 160, diarrhea 177, measles 140, whooping-cough 59, diphtheria 55, scarlet fever 32, fever 29, small-pox (London) 1. The death-rates ranged from 9.6 in Brighton to 25 Leave of absence for one month, to take effect on or about the 23d instant., is granted Lieut.-Col. Johnson V. D. Middleton, deputy surgeon-general.
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