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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REP 
EE6ISTEAR-GENBKAL 

BIRTHS', DEATHS, AND MARRI. 

IN ENOLAin). 



TWENTY-SECOND 
ANNUAL REPORT 

EEGISTRAR-GENEBAL 



BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES 

ilN-.ENPLAND::. 



p rrttirtrt i ta &a4 nnKol nt ViirUiinRit %i Catmnxiili of Ktc ifllxjttts. 






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LONDON: 

pmSTBD BY QBOBGE E. ETRK AND WILLIAM SPOTTIBWOODH 

rmntnu to tbx qrara'a mobt Bxcnxxiii XAjstTT. 

K>K HBR HAJBBTrB BTATIONXRT OFnCB. 

1661. 



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CONTENTS. 



RXPOBT:— 

Maxxiaobs, BiBTHt, Aod J>xATH8 ; their Nombera an^ Proportions to 
the Population, duriqg the Year 1859 . . • • • 

Mabbuobs in 1859. Nmnber oelehrated aooording and moi aooording 
to the Bites of the Established Church 



Be-marriages 

Kanriages of minors 

Signatnres of Persons married 

BuiiJ>ni08 registered for the Solbhktisatiow of MiBBiiflpa 



in 1859. Birth-rate; Sezi Seasons; Children born mii pf 
Wedlodc 

Dbaths in 1859. Death-rate ; Sex ; Ages ; Seasons 

SranuBT of the Qoabtbblt Bbfobts, 1859 : — 
FmsT QuABtBB, ending March 31st 
Sboohb Quabtbb, ending Jnne 80th 
Tbxbb Quabtxb, ending September 30th 
FouBTH QU4BTBB, ending J>eoember 81st 

Hbaltb of LoxDON in 1859 .... 

Gbbax Bbitain ; Population, Mabbiaoe8,Bzbths, and Dbathb 

DxAXHs in the BnirigH Ammr at Pomb and Awbqap 

iffA»»TAfl«M^ Bibths, Dbathb in EivaLABD and Feanob 

Bibths and Deaths of English Subjbcts at Sea ; Mobtautt 
of Hbbchant Seamen 

Cbbtificatss of Bibths, Deaths, and Mabbiaoes. Aggregate 
Nomber of Names ov the Reoistbbs, and the annn& Nnni- . 
ber of Seabches fob Registebs at the Centbal Qfviob 

Whjjb and Administbations ; — 

Ntimbbb of Wills and Administbations daring the Year 
1858, their Pbopobtion to the Popi7iiA;Eioir, and the 
Amount of Pbopebtt represented by them 

Amount of Pbopebtt opon which Leoact and SuocaaaiOB 
DuTT was paid dnring Year ending 31st March 1859 

AB8TBACTS:— 

Mabblaobs Begistered in England in each of the Diyision^ Coaiitifl%. 
and Districts in'l869 ; distinguishing those according and those wti 
according to the Bites of the Establidied Church; and distfagiishjng 
also Persons married according to their coijngal Condition, lunority, 
and Signature of the^egister by marks 

AoBS of 205,098 Persons married in 1859, distinguishing 
those of Bachelors, Spinsters, Widowers, Widows . 



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OONTENTS. 

ABSTRACTS— con/muei. 

Mabbiagbs, B1BTH8, and Dbaths Begistered in each of tlie Dmakms, 
Coonti^ and Districts in 1859; also Bibths and Dbaths and 
ExGBSs of Births oyer Dbaths in each of the Sob-distzicts 
of En^and; disdngnidiing the Sexes and Blegitimate Births 
throogfaout 28-82 

Deaths in 1859 in the principal Public Institations in London • . 88-84 

Births Begistered in the Divisions and Counties (distinguishing Hales 

and Females) in each of the Fonr Qnarters of 1859 . . . 86-89 

Births of Children bom out of Wedlock Begistered in the DmsiONS 

and CouNTiBS, in each of the Four Quarters of 1859 • . . 90-93 

Deaths Begistered in each of the Foor Quarters of 1859 (distinguishing 

Males and Females), in Diyisions and Counties . • • 94*97 

Deaths of Males and Females at different Aoes Blistered in 1859 

in Diyisions, Counties, and Districts 98-119 

Causes of Deaths of Males and Females in England, at different 

Periods of life, in 1859 ........ 120-125 

Supplementary Table of Causes of Death of Males and Females 

at diflierent Periods of life 126-129 

Causes of Deaths of Males and Females in London, at different 

Periods of Life, in 1859 130-135 

Causes of Deaths of Males and Females in England, and in each 

of the Divisions and Counties, in 1859 136-159 

Atbra^ Annual Bate of Mortality from All Causes in the Ten 
Years 1841-50, and Deaths from several Causes in 1859, in 
the Divisions, CotiNTiEs, and Districts of England • . 160-171 

OCCASIONAL TABLES :— 

Abstract of Wills and Administrations during the Year 1858, 

arranged according to Occupations and Amounts . • 173-181 

APPENDIX. 

I£TTEB TO THE BEGISTBAB-QENEBAL ON THE CAUSES OF 
DEATH IN ENGLAND IN 1859, by WILLIAM FABB, Esq., 
MJ)., D.C Ji., F.RS. : — 

PoBUO Health, Meteorology, and Prices ov Food in 1859 • 183 

L Causes of Death 183 

(1) Zymotic Di$eaae8 186-187 

(2) ConttUutional Diseases 187 

(3) Local Diseasii 188-193 

(4) Devdopmmtal Diseases 193 

(5) VklUnt Deaths I94 

Deaths by Lightning 194-195 



IXDBX of Districts, referring by Numbers to the several Tables of 

AB8XBAOT8 • 197-200 



BEPOBT 



TO 



The Bight Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart., M.P., 
Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home 
Department, &a &a &a 



Sib, 



Crtneral Regi$ter Office^ Somerset Houu^ 
30M May 1861. 
I HATE the honour to submit to jou my Annual Report for the 
1859. 
The r^stration of the year proceeded satisfactorily. 
The names of 33^,446 men and women were inscribed on the Marriage 
Blisters ; of ^9,881 children on the registers of births ; and of 
440,781 perscms of all ages on the registers of deaths. 

The total nmnber of names enrolled during the year amounted to 
nearly a million and Aa//'( 1,466, 108). 

It was eight years after the population was enumerated, so that the 
ratios of ^e above numbers to the population can only be exactly 
determined when the census numbers of 1861 have been ascertained ; the 
subjoined rates of births, deaths, and marriages must therefore be taken 
subject to correction, as they are estimated on data growing every 
succesive year after the census more imperfect. The limits of possible 
error are, however, not extensive. 



Tablx L — Estiniated Population, with the Number of Marriages, Births, and 
DsATBB registered in Kngland in each Tear from 1838 to 1859. 



nw.ast 



IMO 

isa 

IStt 
1M4 
IStf 

ISM 

mg 

IMS 
1M0 

isn 
laa 



18M 
18» 

1898 
18S7 
1888 



Eftimated 

ForULATIOH 

in £iudand 

in tlMMUldle of 

tbeYewi.t 



ii;ns,8B8 

15,S8M0S 
1«4S8,798 

16/aft|86S 
WSMSl 

ItfiMfiKL 
17481/U 
17JMCM89 

17,7a8»U9 

18J06JBS7 
18^408,08 
18418je0 
18,786#14 

19^048087 

S3%08 
18^48/M)0 



Maxkiaom. 



118087 
188186 
18M85 

188106 
118885 
188818 
188848 
148M8 

14S864 
180848 
186880 
141888 
188744 

184808 

186788 
164580 
150787 
158118 

150887 
150007 
158070 
187788 



PotOMi 
Married, 



BlBTHS 

(ttxeliuiTe of 
StiU-born). 



,886184 
846888 

845880 

844008 

987680 
847686 
9S44B8 
887486 

881888 
871800 
878480 
968768 
806488 

808418 
817564 
890040 
810454 
804996 

818674 
818104 
818140 
885446 



468787 
408S74 
509808 

51215B 
517788 
597825 
540768 
548581 

578685 



568060 

878150 
508498 

815865 
684018 
619801 
684405 
885048 

657458 
668071 
655481 
880681 



DSATHB. 



848760 
888864 
850687 

848847 
840610 
846445 



800815 
498804 



440680 
868085 

80S886 
407185 
491007 
487006 
485708 

800606 

419615 
448656 
440781 



Ezoeu<rf 

Birtlis 

oTer I)— thi. 



181087 
158500 
148616 

168811 
168880 
180680 

188880 
194155 

189810 
U6661 
168996 
187890 
884487 



816877 
101804 
196600 



818047 



80SBS5 
840100 



t Tte FOiniktko bM bem dadneed on the annmnlioo thai tha annual rata of Ineraasa waa nnlfonn; yis. 
l'9a» per acBt in aaeh of tha 10 reanisa-^, and 1*896 par cant, in eaeh of tba 8 yean 1888-40. For 1868-80 
8ha iBenaaa of Fspolation haa baan oMalnad by taUog tba azoaaa of biitha orar daatlu In tlia fbur qnartan 
\4wmWlk, in aaab ytar. 

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Marriages^ Births, and Deaths, 



On an average of tweniy-two jears there was one death to 45 living 
in the population, one birth to 30 livingy and one person married to 61 
living ; and these proportions in the jear 1859 became i in 45, i in 29, 
and I in 59; or, more exactly, the mortality on the population was 
'2*236 per cent, on an average, and nearly the same (2 '232) in 1859 ; 
the average birth-rate was 3 '305, the rate in 1859 being higher (3 *45M-) ; 
the average marriage rate was i '6^6, and the rate in the last year also 
higher 1*698. 

The beginning of the year was unhealthy ; and the rain having for 
some time been deficient, the water supply was in some places scanty, in 
others impure. But in the progress of the year there was a manifest 
inq^rovement ; and the public prosperity was indicated by an increase of 
marriages. 

The marriages in the year exceeded by 1 1,653 the marriages in the 
preceding year ; the births were 34^400 in excess ; and the deaths 8875 
in defect. 

Consequently the excess of births over deaths in the year waa 
439^75 Above ilie excess in the preceding year, and amounted to 249,100. 
This was the natural recorded increase of the population of England and 
Wales. 

The emigrants of English origin amounted to about 40,245. To this 
extent, therefore, the natural increase is diminished by emigration. Upon 
the other hand, while the Emigration Commissicmers record the departure 
of 120,432, they record the return of 19,913 emigrants to the United 
Kingdom ; and there i^ probably a constant influx of the population of 
Scotland and Ireland into England and Wales ; so that the census alone 
will enable us to strike the exact balance.* 



Tabub n.—- Proportion of Masbulqes, Bibths, and Dbathb to the P<^iilation of 


1 




UnglancL 


TttncDded 


To 100 Fuiont UTiDf . 


1 Jb/tSvaahat^fBtaMmhrfag 


lhb,SM 


MAamxAOBt. 


PBBMm 

MAmuxD. 


Bbtbv. 


Dbatbs. 


Toone g^ 


Toone 
Birth. • 


Toone 
Beeth. 


um 


in 


I'MI 


8'0» 


8*888 


180 


88 


88 


45 


ism 


TM 


I'MS 


8*178 


8*185 


188 


88 


81 


48 


IMO 


'780 


l'<00 


8'108 


rOBO 


188 


84 


n 


44 


ma 


f8B 


1*888 


8*115 


8'150 


180 


85 


81 


48 


ISiS 


•T87 


1'474 


8'8U 


8*188 


188 


88 


81 


4» 


UiS 


f» 


1*518 


8*881 


8*188 


188 


88 


81 


47 


ss 


•801 


I'aoi 


8*878 


rm 


185 


88 


81 


4a 


•880 


1'780 


8*851 


8*080 


118 


58 


81 


48 


UM 


•881 


1*718 


8*888 


8*808 


118 


58 


80 


a 


nv 


•788 


I'fiSe 


8*188 


8*471 


188 


88 


89 


4» 


184a 


•797 


1*804 


8*047 


r806 


180 


88 


81 


a 


latf 


•808 


1*818 


8*804 


8*518 . 


1 194 


89 


80 


40 


laas 


•800 


I'TOO 


8*840 


8*077 


118 


58 


80 


48 


I8S1 


-8BB 


1'718 


8*485 


8*109 


117 


58 


80 


45 


isn 


•872 


1*744 


8*488 


9*888 


115 


57 


80 


45 


180 


•804 


1*788 


8*888 


rssB 


119 


58 


80 


44 


ss 


•8BB 


I'no 


8*407 


r8«8 


U7 


58 


80 


48 


*810 


I'oaa 


8*880 


S'808 


188 


88 


80 


44 


18M 


•887 


1'874 


8*488 


8*050 


UO 


S 


80 


40 


lasr 


•804 


1*848 


8*485 


8*175 


191 


80 


48 


laoB 


•780 


1*008 


8*887 


8*868 


196 


88 


80 


48 


lan 


'840 


1*888 


8*404 


8889 


U7 


80 


80 


45 


Itaa.. 


'818 


1*888 


8*808 


8*888 


199 


81 


80 


45 



Hon.~TheTabl0 xtmj be read thof ;— In the year 1888 to erery 100,000 penoni IMag there were 771 
marrliaea or 1549 penooa married, 8090 Idrtha, 9988 deaths ; the number of pereons Urlng to erery mBrriace,' 
perion manied, birth or death, ms 180, 68, 88. and 45 rei peetirdy* A oolTBetfon for inereaae of popnlalioii 
baa beOa made in cakmlating the aboTO reeiitta. 



* Of the 130^32 emigrants from the United Kingdom 33,930 were returned as of 
Emrlish, 10,182 aa of Scotch, 52,981 as of Irish origin, and 4442 as fi>ieigner8. In 
18J97 cases the orighi was unknown} and these proportionallj disdibnted giye the 
abore nnmbers for England and Wales. 



Marriages* 



iii 



Mabbiagbs. 

167,723 marriages were registered in the year ; 136,210 according to 
the rites of the ^tablished Church; and 3i>5i3 not according to those 
rites. Of the marriages in the Church, 19 were by special licence,' 
20,345 bj licence, 107,737 bj banns, and 4204 upon Superintendent 
Begistiiurs certificates. The clergy omitted in 3905 cases to state 
whether the marriage was by licence or by banns. 

The marriages by banns increased more rapidly than the marriages by 
licence ; and were in proportion to those by licence as 5 '296 to i. 

Of the marriages not according to the rites of the Established Church 
12,519 were by Protestant Dissenters, 7756 by Roman Catholics, 70 by 
Quakers, and 324 by Jews ; 10,844 marriages, exceeding those of the 
Roman Catholics, were performed in Superintendent Registrars offices. 
137,005 bachelors married as many spinsters in the year ; and 8 161 
widowers married the same number of widows ; 7058 bachelors also 



Tablb m. — Mabsiaoss registered in Enoulkd in each Year ftom 1841 to 18£it9. 



Utf 

laa 

1M4 



IM6 
IMS 



IttO 
IBSI 



JIM 
lSf6 

laas 



UM96 

isasis 



148748 

148684 
185848 
188280 
141888 
188744 

1MM8 

issrfi 

1845W 

uvrr 
isms 

1SB887 
189007 
188070 

urfts 



AooonUng to the BHes of the Eatahliabad 
Church. 



18 
9 

a 
la 

10 

li 

14 

la 

IS 

a 

a 
a 
a 

18 

u 

a 
9 

18 
18^ 



18799 
14868 
14M4 

14980 
18018 

17180 
17088 
18B86 
18887 
17418 

17781 
19481 
908S4 
81948 
30886 

81888 
S1850 
19688 
90645 



78018 
78744 
79849 

88178 
98887 

9989S 
84868 
86519 
90644 



89406 
106497 
109166 
HMOBO 

99648 

KM980 
100069 
100489 
107787 



I 



979 

944 

129S 

158B 
1706 

1889 
1968 
9170 
8593 
8188 

851 
10 
8814 
88U 
$804 

4045 

8787 
4904 



I 



19870 
18415 
18014 

18886 
18819 

18503 
18970 
15871 
18980 
U788 

*^ 

4480 

AkAK 

vauv 

4001 

8949 
8969 
8990 

8805 



I 

I 

a 

I 



A 

o 



ii48n 

110047 
118687 

190009' 
199515 

180509 
190876 
191469 
198189 
180059 

180958 
188889 
188042 
184180 
197751 

188819 
181031 
118089 
188910 



Kot Moordiiur to the Bitea of tbo 
Eitablfihed Ch 



Church. 



i 

al 

la 

H 



8195 

8778 

10181 

18940 
14998 

15155 
14969 
18761 
18701 
91785 

98848 
9«00 

98478 
98618 
94862 

90718 
98066 

97988 
81518 



InBMis- 
tered Plieee, 



8900 
7189 



9818 

8097 
9881 
8658 

00x0 

6570 
7479 
6875 
7618 
7844 

7597 
7880 
0048 
7756 



8984 
7181 

7889 
7488 
8080 



9540 

10017 

10149 

6878 

9898 

9710 
10686 
11094 
19519 



9064 

9857 

9817 

8446 
8977 

8167 
4958 
4790 
8566 

8907 

8818 
7100 
7506 
7888 
7441 

8097 
9649 
9969 

10844 



86 
88 

61 

55 

74 



67 

88 

89 

65 
87 
88 
88 

87 

79 
67 
79 
70 



I 



ua 

188 

181 

178 

184 
188 



980 
989 

IS 



818 
8U 



8M 



T2AB8 



1881 



lais 

1844 

]a«8 

1848 
1887 
1848 
1849 



1881 



IB84 

lasB 

1858 
1887 



1889 



MarriiAeeMnti 
between 



eontnwted 



119888 

121884 
118576 
118984 
U6184 
198081 

196018 



185088 

mm 



199080 
180817 
1917168 
187006 



8098 

8897 
8708 
5«0 
8109 
8878 

8898 



8S 

8778 

7188 
6808 
6711 
7066 



11885 

19919 
11687 
19708 
18189 
14518 

14818 
140M 

iSS 

14980 

14462 
14298 
14547 
1M88 



1 



IS 
1^ 



6841 

6181 
5807 
6894 
6499 
7580 

7950 
7870 
7819 
7571 
7880 

7758 
7679 
7644 
8181 



Be-married. 






16619 
16805 

ttOU 
1B176 

1B348 
17564 
19096 
19647 
8188 

9U68 
91414 



91760 
91940 

92914 
91879 
99191 
98884 



I 



10579 
10811 
U188 
19869 

19128 
11609 
19944 
19694 
14155 

18878 
14088 
14758 
14897 
14435 

14915 
14487 
14858 
18819 



Under Age. 






2S 

5887 
55U 
5818 
8987 

6818 
5556 
8099 

8650 
7458 

7787 
8551 
9181 
9910 
8886 

9190 
8885 

9145 
10897 



^ 



18985 
18008 

18408 
17410 
10878 

90001 

18118 
19486 
9U05 
98109 

94886 
16978 
98819 
98797 
97107 

99918 
98796 
98064 

89041 



Signed the Bferriage Begieter 



889M 

88081 
40600 
49919 
47668 

47488 
49499 
48168 
44097 
47579 

47489 
48491 



47848 

45000 
44018 
49141 
44807 



50680 
56065 

80715 
65078 
71998 

70145 
61877 
89771 
68135 
70606 

89619 
70779 
79904 
68175 
68879 

84188 
61765 
587S8 
68197 




89899 
89074 



86186 



87845 
85855 

89188 



80518 
28781 
80974 




88089 



44879 
40991 
47467 
48608 

4aM<> 

48687 
44741 
48811 

48788i 



IV 



JMiarriaffes* 



married widows, and 159493 spinsters married widowers, conseqnentlj 
23,654 widowers, and 151219 widows re-married. 

Re-marriages, — Of 100 men marrying, 14*10 were widowers; of 
100 women marrying, 9*07 were widows. 

Minors, — 10,397 young men and 32,041 young women under twenty- 
one years of age, married in the year; so of 100 men 6*20, and of 100 
women 19* 10 were minors. 

Signatures of Persons marrying. — ^44,807 men and 63,127 women signed 
the marriage registers with marks ; so that of 335,446 persons in the prime 
of life, 227,512 could write their names more or less distinctly ; and 
107,934 signed with marks, or 32 * 2 per cent, signed with marks. Of the 
women, 37*6 in 100, of the men, 26*7 in 100, signed with marks; so 
that the women do not write in the same proportion as men. 

It is gratifying to trace the progress of education since 1841, when 
32*7 men, and 48*8 women in every 100 signed with marks, to the last 
year, when the proportions fell to 26*7 and 37*6 respectively ; so that of 
persons at the age of marriage, 6*0 more men, and 11*2 more woAien in 
100 now write their names than wrote eighteen years ago. 



Tabu IILa. 





MARBIAOES. 


Estimatad to 100 penoot lirinf. 


Priee of Wheat 
perQnarter. 


TEARS. 


TolOOMnon* 


By Bannt to OM 
jf«rria«e bj 


Marriagu 

tit the higher 

aadmkfalo 


Marriaqm 
of the Aramni 
and Labouren 






MTIH^. 


Lioenee. 


ClAMM. 


and other daMea. 




1 • 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


AVBRAOB : 












8. <L 


Of 6 yean of 
higheit prices 


• 


•8oi* 


4^959 


•134 


•666 


67 11 


Of 6 yean of 
iMitnudiaU prices 


• 


•840 


5^358 


•13a 


•707 


53 10 


Of 6 yean of 
ibwefff prices 


} 


•826 


5-451 


•138 


•698 


43 


1855 




*8io 


4-883 


•138 


•673 


74 8 


1854 




•858 


4991 


•«43 


•715 


72 5 


1847 




•793 


4*977 


'^33 


•660 


69 9 


1856 




•837 


4*888 


•142 


•695 


69 3 


1841 




.769 


4-940 


-129 


*640 


64 4 


1843 




•737 


5*072 


•121 


•616 


57 3 


1857 




•834 


4*803 


•142 


•683 


56 5 


1846 




•861 


5*4a7 


•134 


•727 


54 8 


1853 




•894 


5*293 


•143 


•752 


53 3 


1844 




'801 


5*705 


*ii9 


•683 


51 3 


184s 




•860 


5799 


•126 


•734 


50 10 


1848 




•797 


5*"i 


•130 


•667 


50 6 


1843 




•759 


5*490 


•117 


•643 


50 I 


1849 




•808 


5 429 


*I26 


•683 


44 3 


1858 




•799 


5-058 


•132 


•667 


44 3 


1852 




•87a 


5*472 


•»35 


•737 


40 9 


1850 




•860 


5*666 


-129 


•731 


40 3 


185 1 




•858 


5*591 


•130 


•728 


3» 6 


1859 




•849 


5*296 


•«35 


•714 


43 »o 



* Bisregardinff the decimal point, this will read 801 marriages were celebrated to 
erery 100,000 of the population ; 134 were marriages by licence, 666 were marriages by 
banns. It may be assomed that these two gronps represent the whole of the oorresponding 
classes of society, whether belonging to the Church or not 



BMhs. T 

BmkUngs registered, — ^4228 places of public worship were open for 
the solemnization of marriages, and registered on December jist, 1859. 
This number exceeds by 156 the number on the register at the same date 
of the previous year. 

Setuons. — The marriages are most numerous after harvest in the 
Christmas quarter of the year, and in the spring quarter, including the 
months of April, May, and J une. The marriage rate is lowest in the 
Lent quarter ending in March, when the produce of the year is partly 
consumed. 

BiBTHS. 

The registered births,, which declined in the previous year, rose to 
689.881 in the present year. The increase is 34,400. The birth-rate of 
the year is 3 '494, or i in 29. 

Sex. — $^^^662 boys and 337,219 girls were bom; and 15,443 more 
boys than girls, the proportions being 1046 boys to 1000 girls ; so that 
the proportions were ne&rly 22 boys to 21 girls. 

Seasons. — The proportion of births in the several seasons of the year 
varied. Thus if we take the average births of each quarter at 1000, the 
proporUonal births in the four quarters of the year are represented by 
the numbers 1032, 1022, 968, and 978. These proportions differ firom 
year to year ; but the births in the first exceed those in the second six 
months of the year. 

Children bam out of wedlock, — 44,751 children were bom out of wed- 
lock, or 6*5 per cent of the children bom alive, and so registered as to 
allow the distinction to be drawn. One in every fifteen children is in this 
condition, and has to encounter the hardships incidental to it ; for 
hitherto mankind have treated the innocent children with the opprobrium 
which properly attaches only to the parents. 

To 100 girls, 105*7 ^7^ were born out of wedlock ; whereas to 100 
girls, 104*5 boys were bom in wedlock. 



Tabls IV. — Mabbtaobs. The Proportion per Cent of Minora of each Sex, of Males 
and Females who ginned the Renter with Marks, and of Persons who were WidomerB 
or Widomt, 





TolOOHwried. 


TEABS 


fVIk^ Y^>- 




ndtrH 
e. 


The Pitmoitkm who 
Hgntdth€MarriagtBtgi0Ur 








«Dd«l 


JIIW JrTu|Mfr«HMi •• 

TutnqfAg 


The Frqpornon WHO wan 


8Ut BtimnlMir 


IblM. 


Females. 


Heu. 


Malei. 


Females. 


Mean. 


Widowers. 


Widows. 


HMD. 


IStt 

iMi 

1848 
1844 
1848 


4*88 
4*88 

4*45 

4*17 
4*87 


18*88 
18*47 
18*25 
18'18 
18'48 


8*88 

9*00 
8*85 
8*87 
8*86 


88*7 
88*0 
89*7 
88*4 
88*8 


48*8 
47*9 
48*0 
49*8 
49*6 


40*8 
40*0 
40*9 
40*8 
41*4 


tl8-90 
18*14 
18*17 

irsi 

18-64 


18*99 
8*90 
8*78 
8-46 
8*60 


tlO*9B 
U*08 
10*95 
10*68 
10*88 


18« 
18«7 
1848 
1848 
18W 


4*88 
4*08 
4*41 
4*88 
4*88 


18*78 
18*84 
14*08 
14*88 
15*18 


9*08 
8*78 

9*94 

9*79 

10*01 


88*6 
81*8 
81*8 
81*0 
81*1 


48-8 
45*5 
45*4 
45*9 
46*8 


40*4 
88*4 
88*8 
88*5 
88*r 


18*58 
18*88 
18-76 
18*85 
14*48 


8*88 
8*54 
8*86 
8*88 
9*87 


10-4S 
10*74 

u-si 
ii*r 

U*88 


1881 
1858 
180 
1864 
18S8 


8*08 
8*88 
8*85 

5*77 
8-51 


15*75 
16*88 
17*78 
18*08 
17*88 


10*88 
11*19 
U*66 
11*90 
U-70 


80*8 
80*5 
80*4 
80*0 
89-5 


45*8 
44*6 
48*9 
49*7 
41*8 


88-1 
87*6 
87-8 
86*4 
85*4 


18*86 
18*48 
18-58 
18-68 
14-48 


9*00 
8*86 
8*97 
9-01 
9-40 


U*40 
11-18 
U-88 
U*8S 
U'86 


1 1 1 1 


5*78 
5-58 
5*88 

880 


18*84 
1810 
18*87 
18*10 


18*06 
11*84 

irif 

18*65 


98*8 
97-7 
87*0 
86*7 


40*8 
88*8 
87*6 
87*6 


84*5 
88-8 
88-8 

88*8 


18*94 
18-75 
14*88 
14-10 


9*86 
9-U 
9*88 
9*07 


U*68 
U*48 
11*71 
U'5S 



t Ihtivopartlon of WIdowen and Widows in the Tear 1841 is for the September ind Deeember qoartecs oolf. 



VI 



Deaths. 



Deaths. 

The number of deaths was less by 8875 than the deaths in the year 
preceding; and the rate of mortality (2*232) was slightly below the 



Table V.— ENGLAND. Makriaqbs. — Peopobtional Number of Mabbiaobs in 
ihe seyeral Coimtief of England daring the Year 1859 ; of Persons who signed their 
Names ; of Persons not of fbll Age; and of the Be-marriages of Widowers and 
Widows. • 



begistratiok counties. 



o. 

1 

9 
8 
4 
5 



« 

7 
8 
9 
10 
U 
IS 
IS 



14 
10 
16 



17 
18 
19 
SO 

n 



S3 

s» 

S6 

ST 



80 
81 
88 



88 
84 



80 

86 
87 



88 
88 
40 
41 



48 

48 
44 



£HOLAKD - - - 
I.— LOMDOH - - - 

n.— South Eaatuut Couiriun. 

Smrer (exira-wtetropolium) - 

Kent («c<ra-iMlrn>oU<an) 

SoMex ------ 

HaiB|wliir» - - - - - 

Berkahirt ------ 

III.— South Midlahd Couvms. 
MiddlaMZ (extra-m§trcpolikm) 

Hertfonbhire - - - - - 

BoekiiuthMnthire - - - - 

Oxfordshire . - - - - 

KorUMinptonihIre - - - - 

Hanttngdonihlre . . . - 

BedTordJihln - - - - - 

Cunbridfeehirt . - . . 

iy.->EAsnair CouHTm. 
BMex .----- 

Sofblk ------ 

Norfolk ------ 

y.-SouTH Wmtbbii COUKTm. 

Wiltshire ------ 

DocMtshIre - - - - - 

Deronshire - - - - - 

OomwsU ------ 

SooMnelBhii* - - - - - 

YI.—WBT If IDLAlfD COUimii. 

ffiSSfflS?* : : : : 

HerefoMsiiire - - - - 

Shroo^lre ------ 

Stftflnrdshire — — — — — 

Woroestershire - - - - - 

Warwickshire - - - - - 

Vn.— NoBTB If iDLAVD Couimxe. 

HieeitereWre - - - - - 

BntUndshlre - - - - - 

Llneolnshlre - - - - - 

Motttn^amshlre - - - - 

Derbyshire - - - - - 

YUL-^obth WMTOir CQVwnM, 

Chediire ------ 

LftMuhlre - - - - - 

IZ«— ToazsaimB. 

West Biding - - - - - 
East Bldii« (with Torfc) - - - 
North Bld&f - - - - - 

X-NoBTnan CouMTos. 

Dnrhftm --"""" 
Kortfinmberlnai - - - - 
Comberinad - - - - - 
Weetmortnad - - - - - 

ZL-^OHVOUTUmU AMD WlUM. 
MofdDovthshire . - . - 

l^%£L : : : : : 



Sinied their 

xfames 
in Writing. 



Of 100 

Men 

Married. 



Of 100 
Women 
Married, 



Persons not of 
ftiUAfe. 



In 100 

Men 

Married. 



In 100 
Women 
Married. 



Be-marriafts. 



VfK10rW6n< 



In 100 

Men 

Married. 



Widows. 



In 100 
Women 
Married. 



•848 



-988 



•781 
•788 
'685 
•848 
•668 



•089 

•041 
•688 
•600 
•810 
•699 
•717 
•680 



*639 
•670 
•709 



•680 

•740 
•788 
'686 
•694 



•806 
•686 
•700 
•950 
•876 
•897 



•708 
•616 
•609 
•960 
•817 



•818 
1*030 



•910 
•961 
•699 



'918 
•870 
•707 
•644 



•808 

•869 
•668 



78^8 



69*4 



74-4 
70-4 
70^7 
77^0 
66*7 



78^1 
06*4 
68^7 
69*0 
71^8 
66*6 
69*9 
68*8 



68*1 
09*8 
64*4 



66^8 
68*1 
76*0 
66*4 
68*8 



74*8 
60^1 
61^4 
06*8 
68-9 
72*1 



78*8 
74'0 
70^9 
71-8 
76*9 



71^4 
7O'0 



78'7 
81^9 
88*1 



78*8 
8l^9 
78^8 
86'7 



05^6 
60*8 
61*8 



68*4 



80*9 



81*9 
74^1 
80^1 
77*0 
71*8 



79*9 
69^0 
61*1 
79-7 
68*8 
68^8 
0O^8 
6a^8 



68*4 
64*4 
60*8 



69*8 
71 •I 
70*0 
06*8 
67*1 



71*8 
88^6 
07 •! 
46*8 
61 ^4 
68^8 



64^0 

n^6 

71-8 
07^7 
64^8 



08^4 
40*0 



0S^1 
70*1 
71*8 



07'8 
69*4 
S0*9 
76*8 



40*9 
40*8 
44-4 



8*90 



«8'06 



8*80 
8*89 
4*19 
8*70 
0*88 



4*44 

8*06 
11*00 

0*08 
11*88 

7*11 
19*69 
10*16 



6*07 
8*71 
7*48 



7*68 
6*96 
4*70 
8*01 
6*84 



8*49 
4*08 

4*69 

10*99 

7*88 

7*19 



9*04 
6*67 
4*40 
8*77 
7*78 



0*48 
7 '07 



7^74 
0*60 
8*86 



7'4» 
8^91 
0*46 
8*16 



8*88 
0"70 
4*08 



19*10 



18*01 






14*74 
90-04 
18*04 
17*69 
10*84 



14^88 
S8^06 
84*68 
18-74 
96*06 
27*78 
20*19 
80*89 



21*99 
19-80 
18*96 



17*49 
17*06 
14*48 
90*90 
15*81 



10*96 
18*44 
14*00 
99*14 
89*61 
90*99 



19*00 
19*78 
80*94 
91*68 
9O*04 



16*08 
80*64 



94*69 
91*88 
17*86 



S7f6 
10*19 
16*77 
18*88 



18-80 
10*78 
19*00 



14^10 



14*87 



11*07 
18*84 
19*09 
18*81 
18-70 



18*00 
19*40 
14*77 
10*11 
14*88 
14*40 
14 -88 
14*86 



14*18 
14*91 
10*09 



10^69 
14*84 
18*10 
U*07 
10*02 



10*99 
11*89 
18*78 
19*99 
19*78 
14^98 



18*08 
9*08 
14*80 
10*07 
10*86 



10*87 
U*10 



14*89 
14*09 
19*99 



19*40 
18*94 
11*87 
U*1T 



19-40 
18*09 
18*74 



907 



9*91 



8*71 
9*48 
9*98 
10*16 
9*lt 



8^99 
8-87 
8*06 
8*01 
7*78 
8*06 
8*10 
S'Oa 



9*67 
8*88 

7*80- 



9^91 
7*8g 
9'OS 
6*88 
8*00 



9*88 
8*99 

9*88 
9*09 
7*68 
8^99 



7*66 
8*64 
8*88 
8-70 
8*88 



8*89 
10*88 



8*81 
8*70 
0*80 



9*94 
8*86 
0*7» 
8*80 



11*18 
8*78 
8*18 



The Tdda may be read thns hj omittinf the deeimal points t— In Englaad, amoiiff ererr lOOjOOO persont 
Brtnt 849 inrriagas took pkee t of 1^900 men married 788, of 1,001^ womsa 884, sicned the muii^ 
by wittfait thilr names; of 1<VMI0 men married 880 w«re not of (Ul afe, of lO/XW women maaried 1910 wore 
notofftiUafe;pC10/W)iB«in»rftedl410wewwidowef«,of the same nvmber of women married 907 were 

wftdowi. 



\ 



Deaths. 



vu 



Mtenge, 3*236. Il is nearly expressed bj one death to ererj 45 of tiie 
]k)piilatioii. 

The mortali^ of males was at the rate of 2*300, and of females at 
the rate of 2 * 167 per centannnally. 

The deaths of males were to the deaths of females as 103 to 100 j and 
oat of equal numbers of the two sexes the proportions become xo6 to 
loa 

Ages. — The rate of mortality under ten years of age was higher than 
usual in both sexes ; and generally lower at the more advanced ages. 

Seasons, — ^The wint^ was the most fatal of the four quarters ; and 
this is explained in the Quarterly Reports, of which the following is a 
sommary. 

SUMMARY OF THE QUARTERLY REPORTS, 1859. 

Firse Quarter^^^anuary, February y Marchy 1859. 

The returns present an unfavourable view of the Public Health ; the 
people have sufiered and have died in unusual numbers in many districts. 
Diphtheria has prevailed extensively. The marriages indicate some im- 
provement in the prospects of the people ; and the births have not only 
exceeded the average, but have e;sceeded the numbers registered in any 
previous winter quarter. 

Marriages. — 3^9382 weddings were celebrated in the first three months 
of the present year, and consequently 70,764 persons were married. The 
marriage rate in Ihe quarter was i * ^60 per cent, per annum. 

Birihs. — ^The births of 175,53 a children were registered in the quarter 
that ended on the 3i8t March last ; and the birth rate was 3*624 per 
cent, per annum, or rather more than 36 in 1000 persons living. 

Increase of Population. — As the births amounted to 1 75,532, the 
deaths to 121^580, the natural increase of the population was 53,952 ; or, 
OB an average, 599 daily. 

The probable increase in the population of the United Kingdom was at 
the rate of 899 daily. 



TiBLB YL— ENGLAND. Numbbb and Anvual Ratb per Cent of Mabriaqbs 

in each Quarter of the Tears 1888-69. 



MiaiTAOW ngUtend 



la th» Qoarlerf andiiiff «1m Utt daj of 



Ifardi. 



IMl - 



1844 

IMS 

ISIft 
IMT 
IMS 
1S4S 



lan - 



IMS 

as 

HfS 
]S8f 



MiSrs 

9sm 

M,447 
SB,MO 
S»,9M 

nMi 

81,417 
87.480 
98,888 
38,489 
80,087 

8S,7M 
88,877 
85448 



884M 

8S,4r 
88,881 
98,918 
88,888 



Jqm. 



81, 

so; 

89,581 
80,048 
81413 
M,8S8 
85^ 

M.791 
85,ftU 

88,9M 

SB.95 

4o,on 

40^448 
40,518 
»,549 

88390 
41,9r 
89,880 
49V049 



Sept. 



Dm. 



97,784 
98,887 
98,991 

99,897 
97,988 
98347 

SI 375 

85308 

85370 
89.488 
8930S 
88374 
87388 

87311 
88,400 

89388 
88488 
87306 

89388 
88388 

88 398 
89308 



87301 
87381 
88368 

86401 
85399 
88378 
88310 
48389 

49388 
40,799 
49,118 
48,788 
45387 

45381 
473I8 
49388 
47,798 
47370 

48,001 
45340 
47368 
50^488 



AinruAi. Batb per Geivk. of Mabbxaom 



In th9 Quartan andlnff tbo last dajr of 



March. 



Jvne. 



'81S 
*848 
•877 



*854 
*889 
•844 
•791 

•787 
-655 

•861 
•681 
•709 

•749 
•780 
•778 
•798 



•708 
•704 
•8M 
•780 



•788 
•818 
•787 



•749 

•767 
•884 
•849 

•889 
•898 
•805 
•839 
•688 

•i9M 
•885 



•875 
•BM 

•819 
•658 
•891 
•856 



clan* 



•719 
•784 
•787 

•781 
•671 
•701 
•780 
'880 

•899 
•751 
•755 
•766 
•840 



•818 
•787 

•818 
•7M 
•788 
•798 



Dio. 



•940 
•8U 



•874 



1- 



•940 
•981 



1010 

I'OOO 
I'OV 

ion 

1*018 



1*010 



vin 



Summary of Ae Quarterly Beparts, 1 859. 



17,314 persons em^^ted firom the ports of the United Kingdom at 
which there are Government Emigration Agents. SS^Sf ^^ ^^^ ^^i** 



Tablb yn. — Showing the Numbbb of BmLDnros bboistered for the Solemnizatioit of 

MuutiAOES, and on the Eef^ster on Slst December 1859. 



BNOLAXTD 
DITISI0K8 AND 
BEOXSTBATIOir COUKTIES. 



i 



800TTXM1 

PsnBT- 

TSElANt. 




WisLBTAX MamoDmt. 



I 





CALTiinmc 

MSTBODISTt. 



g 




1 
s 

8 
4 

T 

ao 
u 



f 

10 

u 

IS 
14 



14 

u 
Itf 



If 

18 
18 

so 
n 



so 



80 
81 
88 



U 

U 

88 

8r 



40 
41 



48 
44 



EKGLAKD - - 

Dnrmom. 

LOKDOH _ - _ - 
Sooth EiamiH 

South Mislaiid - 

Bamtsbh - . . - 

South Wnrsftir - 
Wmn MiDLAitD 

Kobth Mn>LAin> - 

Kobth WteTsair - 

TOBE - - - - - 

NOBTHBBN - - - 

WfeUH - - - . 

I— LomMir. 

]fiddleMZ(|Mr<qr) - - 
Sonty (pmrt o/") - - 
Keiit(]Min</) . - - 

n.— South EAtriBii Dit. 
Qnmi ( ex t ra tme t ro polU aH) 
Kent(< J il» a m tUopo t it a n)- 



Hftmpdiire- . - . 
Btrluhirt - > - •> 

HL— South If n>LAin> Dir. 
iaddlaMz(csfra-Me<ro!f>ot.) 
HMlAirdtlura — — » 

OiiBrdahini 
Horthamplooihir* • 
Hmtliigaoiiihire 
B«dftNrduiire . . - 
OBmbiidcMlifre ... 

IV.— Eaitbbh Dituioh. 



847 
884 

asi 
457 

440 
888 
000 

S8S 
S47 
445 



Soflblk . . - . 

Hocfblk . . - - 

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First Qitarier. — January ^ FAruary, March. 



IX 



recting for ihoee of nndistiiigaished origin, 6452 of the emigrants were of 
Kngli^h birth ; of whom 3719 sailed to the Australian colonies, and 2263 
to the United States. About 72 English, 16 Scotch, and 94 Irish 
emigrants, on an arerage, left the country dailj. 

Prices^ the Weather^ and Pauperism, — The price of wheat during the 
13 weeks was 40*. &/ a quarter ; the prices in the first 13 weeks of 1857 
and 1858 haying been j6*. lod, and 46*. $d. The price is less by 12 per 
per cent, than it was 12 months ago. It it remarkable that after due cor- 



Tablb V ILL— ENGLAND. Bibths, 1859. — ^Numbbb and Proportion of Male and 

Pemale Childreii bom in and out of Wedlock. 



IREQISTSATIOir COUKTIES. 



1 



ESGLAHD . . - 

I.— liOaDOM - - - 
IL— Soon £Aimii Coranv. 



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Shrm^in - 
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Yn^— KOBTB llDLAXD COOVTIIl. 



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Tm.— HOBTH W: 



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Wfft "RHhy . . - 
Emi Biding (ivHh York) - 
HOTtblUdliif . - . 



TL—TivKTaxMM Qmrmm, 



ycrth nmbci l aad 



XL— M u— ooiaima i ▲»> Waus. 

Moomoatluihlre - . - . - 
BontbWalet - - - - - 
X«vthWal« . . . . . 



S9906S 



47880 



4000 
WHS 
0704 
7286 
8410 



S785 
S90S 

2653 
8027 
4S60 
1066 
SS89 



7648 



8048 
6158 
6611 
76SS 



U68 



U763 

5SSI 

10S68 



4886 
886 

6677 
6016 
6S61 



84S0 
4S86S 



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4780 
8614 



11181 

6044 

8676 

904 



8668 

1S04S 

6488 



8S7S19 



46579 



8681 
664S 

6051 
8S90 



2B66 
887S 

2460 
2847 
4000 
986 
2473 
8066 



6165 
5618 
7043 



2044 



6181 
7017 



6789 
1574 
8990 
15114 
4918 
9060 



4094 
846 
6641 
5758 
5191 



8062 
48566 



27465 
4666 
8474 



10625 

5759 

8416 

885 



8697 

19409 

6163 



Bom in 
Wedlock. 



I 



Born out <^ 
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45S51 



SUSUL 

5867 
6867 
8167 



2652 
2686 
9466 
2800 
4060 
1019 
2S81 
8077 



5007 
5585 

6894 



8617 
2865 
6576 
6218 
7044 



1461 

8801 

14881 

4801 



4029 
858 
6468 
5400 
4672 



7797 
42272 



26556 

4414 
SSBO 



10605 

5558 

8170 

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8600 

19005 

5040 



815462 



48656 



8785 
8158 
5160 
6553 
8045 



9792 

9670 
2801 
8654 
8760 
925 
2275 
9847 



6888 
5161 
6205 



8559 

9753 
8006 



6686 



64SS 
1450 
8588 

14197 
4566 
9413 



6791 
899 
6004 
6285 
4780 



7418 
40753 



96077 
4908 
8176 



10061 

5881 

8088 

801 



8428 

11680 

5606 



22904 



1078 



201 
654 

887 
419 
258 



188 
907 
186 
927 
230 
67 
906 
956 



865 

506 
818 



971 
178 
577 



478 



807 
132 
407 
881 
820 
674 



878 
82 
614 
026 
888 



628 
8080 



1906 
875 
884 



636 

486 

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178 
847 
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21707 



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206 
528 
883 
809 
245 



183 
203 
168 
193 
240 
61 
197 
216 



316 
457 

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274 
192 
581 
848 
481 



864 

124 
407 
917 
637 
617 



808 
17 
547 
518 
411 



634 
2804 



1888 
877 



604 

421 

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84 



174 
772 
484 



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103-8 
104-2 
106-8 
104-8 
108-6 



97-5 
101-0 
107*4 
106*8 
106-6 
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106*4 
107*6 
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101*4 
108*4 
106*1 
107*0 
107*9 



109*6 
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107*7 
104*4 
166*8 
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100*2 
111*8 
105*1 
104*6 
101*6 



104-6 
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108*0 
104*4 
104*0 



104*8 
106-1 
104-7 
104*4 



107*4 
104*4 
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104*5 



103*0 



104*1 
104*1 
104*0 
104*8 
108*7 



07*4 
100*8 
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107*2 
110*2 
104*7 
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102*7 
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101*6 
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104*3 
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107*8 
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106*7 



108*8 



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110*7 
117*6 
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97*2 

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188*2 

94*0 
101*6 

04*6 



96*8 
110*9 



106*7 

90*5 

119*1 



105*4 
115*4 
108*1 
106*6 



99*4 
100*7 
112*9 



6*5 



4*9 



5*0 
6*1 
6*6 
5*7 
7*4 



4*7 
7*1 
6*0 
7*9 

6*9 

6*0 
7*4 



5*4 
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6*8 
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X Summary of the Quarterly Reports^ I859« 

rections hare been made for measure and for qnalitjr in the Eton retuma^ 
the arerage prices of wheat were 405. *jd. and 4o#. (id a qnarter in the 
seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The price of potatoes also fell con- 
siderably ; in the ftrst 13 corresponding weeks of 1857*8-9 York Begents 
sold at 1 10^., 152^. 6d,t and pox. a ton at the waterside market, South- 
wark. At Leadenhall and Newgate Markets the price of beef of the 
lowest and of the highest quality is more by ^. a pound than it was in 

Tablb IX. — ^BiBTHS to 100 Pencils liying in each Couittt, during each of the 

Tears 1850-59. 



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81 



88 
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88 

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10 
41 



4S 
48 
44 



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8*488 



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8-485 



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8*196 
8*006 
8168 
8*067 



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8*868 

8*867 
8*185 
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8-808 
8-800 



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CumburlMMl - - - - 

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8* 

8-888 

8807 



8187 
8188 
8*010 
8-885 
8086 



8-047 
8-860 
8*770 
8-77T 
8*817 
8-561 



8*481 
8*785 
8-888 
8*818 
8*418 



8'8S8 
8*755 



8-860 
8*888 

8-188 



8-Tr 

8-858 

8-887 
8-970 



8*406 
8-887 
8-890 



8*800 



8*897 



8*881 



8*874 



8*881 



8*818 



8*858 



t'tn 



8*948 
8*884 
8*140 
8*180 
8*111 



8*981 
8-888 

8*410 
8*854 
8000 

8-5or 

8-858 

8'«18 



8*877 
8*809 

8- 



8-817 
8-888 
8*018 
8-861 
8*067 



8114 
S-799 
8859 
8*948 
8-800 
8'6e8 



8*844 
8066 
8*815 
8*407 
8*4U 



8*888 

8-840 



8-885 

8-881 
8175 



4-084 
8-486 
8-888 

8070 



8 

8-845 

8-801 



8*987 
8-SS8 
8-186 
8*150 
8*111 



8-085 
8*150 
8*888 

8-818 
8-419 
8-877 
8*588 
8* 



8199 
8*818 
8*188 



8-144 
8-181 
8065 
8*855 

8-064 



8-148 
9-981 
9-868 
4068 
8-888 
8-888 



8-467 
9-886 

8-818 
8-446 
8*470 



8-400 
8-800 



8-916 
8-988 
8-188 



8*968 
8-886 
8-888 
8-881 



8*886 
8*866 
8-868 



8*995 
8*006 
8*995 
8*155 
8*891 



8*010 
8*974 
8066 
9-957 
8-880 
8117 
8-871 
8*080 



8054 
8-002 
8-914 



8-850 
8-867 
8-915 
8*810 
8-868 



8007 
9-768 
9-774 
8-964 
8-864 
8*647 



8-SB4 
8-908 
8*089 
8*876 
8*819 



8-868 

8-866 



8-781 
8-883 
8056 



8760 
8-840 
8-105 
8-868 



8*854 
8*866 
8-616 



8*097 
8*160 
8-084 
8*069 
8*988 



8-186 
8*984 
8101 
8*046 
8-280 
8-049 
8-818 
8-016 



8-079 
8-016 
8066 



8-069 
8-948 
8-868 
8*844 
8*980 



8098 
8-960 
8*987 
4-199 
8*466 
8-800 



8-840 
8*949 
8*068 
8*494 
8-86t 



8-486 

8-989 



8-886 
8-896 
8-U9 



4078 
8*891 

8-sno 

8006 



8*804 
8-886 
8-880 



8*995 

8*101 
8*668 
8*960 
8-888 



8-044 
8-889 

8-058 
8-660 
8-881 
8-004 
8*858 
8-964 



8*100 
8*941 
8-867 



9 

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9-788 
8*181 
8-886 



8-070 
2-780 
8-860 
4-805 
8-884 
8-750 



8887 
8-778 
8-064 
8*480 
8-479 



8*456 
8-886 



8*786 
8-888 
8-800 



4*487 
8-461 
8-119 
8-718 



8-649 
8-896 
8-860 



8*880 
8*819 
8*043 
8*980 
8-974 



8-196 
8*996 
8*064 
8060 
8-488 
8160 
8-871 
8' 



8*199 
8*078 
8-1 



8*006 
8-911 
8-887 
8-858 

8-884 



8-086 
8-981 
8-048 
4-806 
8*49S 
8-764 



8*804 
2*848 
8-168 
8*519 
8*580 



8-488 
8*901 



8798 
8-496 
8884 



4' 

8*678 
8- 106 
8*797 



8-800 
8-548 
8-9U 



8-987 
8-887 
2-978 
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9*961 



8*198 
8-040 
8-171 
8-058 
8-445 
8149 
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9-957 



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8-990 
2-798 
8*166 
8-796 



8-969 
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4-986 
8-846 
8-785 



8*188 
2*847 
8*001 
8*619 
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8-456 
8*900 



8*741 
8-848 

8-815 



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8-488 
8-148 
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8-787 
8*600 
9*836 



8*844 
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8*008 
2-961 
8*867 
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8*000 
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8*806 
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8*580 
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4*410 
8*466 
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8*408 



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8*947 
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8-979 
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8*857 
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8*598 
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8-788 
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4*057 
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8-187 
8-464 
8-440 



8*427 
8-861 



8*765 
8-996 
8*184 



4*S06 
8-421 
8-184 

s- 



8*804 
S-4S8 
S'854 



irp(«.— In dedadng thenralta r**^ «" '•''i TnWtr ■ tmrmrttim hn httn miilo for inrrfto of pftpulatJiw, YmtA or tht nwm^mw 
oanm wn ted fai 18Uud 1861,on th« umunpckn that th« InorMMWM oniform ineMh year to 1861. Afoee the C«n«iu of 1851, 
M noMtbfbetonrdatnaxkt forMoertalniQf th«procr«MorthepopakUon,wfaleh luuCbeenmudi interierad with byemignokm 
and other ewiMs.tho faureaM has been taken to be approximately rtpreMnted by the enoM ef births orer deatiu rcfisterad 
iBMMhjear. The proportiooamast betekenaaproridoDal; luttttheaaitfliBnslhaatoolatauimbmeHaiotbedot^^ 



Iirst Quarter. — January y February, March, 



21 



the winter of last year ; mutton is at the same price. The mean prices 
per lb. in the three winters 1857-8-9 were : beef, 5|(/., j^^., and 5|<f. ; 
mutton, 6|^., 5f £/., and ^\d. 

The mean temperature of the quarter that ended on March 31st, at 
Greenwich, was 43° '3, or 5° "5 and 4^*1 higher than the temperature of 
the two corresponding quarters of 1857-8; and 4** '9 above the mean 
temperature of 88 years. There are only two instances (1822 and 1846) 
since 1771, when the winter temperature was higher. The excess of 
temperature was observed in each of the three months. The air contained 
more than the average amount of water, but the humidity was less than 
nsaal, being 83 (saturation being = 100). The fall of rain was 3*1 in. 
at Greenwich ; so it was i • 6 in. below the average. The rain-fall was 
deficient in all the southern counties, excepting Cornwall and Devon. 



Table X. — ^Proportional Number of Births in each Quarter to 1000 Births in 

the Average Quarter of each Year, 1838-69. 







1 
1 

Nomber 


i 

1 

1 


Proportional Number of Births 










of Births ; 
















tears. 


in the 


In the ftrerage 


rir»t 


Recond 


Third 


Fourth 








Arerago 
Qaai ter. 


«^nart^r 


Quarter 


Quarter 


Quarter 


Quarter 




1 


(Mfeuraed to be 


endinir 


ending 


endinir 


endinic 










1000). 


Slareh 81. 


June 80. 


Sept. SO. 


l>ec. 81. 




\m 


115M7 


1000 


005 


Ift33 


961 


971 




1 lt» 


128144 


l(iOO 


1017 


1049 


9fl7 


067 




\ IM) 


125578 


lOUO 


1050 


1083 


949 


959 






1841 


188040 


inoo 


1050 


1017 


9M) 


965 






' 1849 


18M35 


1000 


1068 


1089 


9H 


955 






IMJl 


131891 


lono 


1052- 


999 


964 


988 






lSt4 


iai191 


1000 


1068 


1018 


957 


957 






1845 


1S5880 


1000 


1068 


10U9 


966 


95T 






1848 


143156 


lono 


1027 


1047 


961 


965 






1847 


].%4991 


lOiiO 


lOPO 


1032 


\M 


935 






184tf 


140765 


1(100 


998 


1070 


991 


941 


- 




1849 


14«>40 


1000 


1078 


lori6 


927 


929 






IBM 


148856 


1000 


974 


1051 


990 


985 






1851 


158966 


1000 


1022 


1083 


978 


967 




1 


isas 


156008 


1000 


1037 


1019 


969 


974 






1853 


1531)96 


1000 


1056 


1007 


964 


943 






1854 


158601 


1000 


1026 


lOBO 


968 


916 






18S5 


158761 


1000 


1060 


.1044 


9tI6 


930 






1838 


164863 


1000 


1065 


1060 


952 


953 






1857 


165790 , 


1000 


1042 


1081 


VA 


983 






18!« 


16SS70 


lOiiO 


1087 


1084 


9M 


956 






1859 


172470 


IflOO 


108S 


1022 


968 


978 





Tabls XL— ENGLAND. Births and Deaths registered ia each Quarter of the Years 

1838 to 1859. 





BlBTIU 


Deaths 


TRABA. 


In the Qoarters ending the last day of 


In the Qnarters ending the last day of 




Xardi. 


June. 


September. 


December. 


March. 


June. 


September. 


December. 


1838 

last 

IMO 


118815 
128548 
IttW 


121781 
128806 
129Uj9 


114784 
120115 
11S«82 


11^157 
120110 
121117 


06152 
8P740 
9»89C 


90877 
«79(W 
90330 


72877 
7G280 
80»22 


80854 

84095 
80680 


IMS 

i8a 

1844 
IMS 


138790 
185615 
imflS7 
143578 
143080 


129684 
134096 
131279 
136941 
186853 


123868 
1832V6 
12S161 

i:b)078 
l;;2a69 


124686 
124732 
131048 
130166 
131219 


99069 

96314 

94026 

101024 

101304 


86134 

86.VJ8 
87234 
8.1337 
89149 


75440 
82:W9 
7C7W2 
79708 
74872 


83204 
84828 
87498 
90864 

80681 


1816 
18^ 
1M8 
IS«9 
18M 


145108 
146453 
189788 
158779 
144S51 


149450 
139«»72 
149760 
158GKI 
155065 


l.-WTW 
127173 
140359 
135223 
14<>yH 


139349 

127267 
133204 
135471 

1460&5 


80484 
119672 
120032 

ioo«:o 

08430 


00230 
100718 

0W27 
102153 

92871 


101664 
P3435 
87«J.18 

ia'.227 
8o»49 


108987 

103479 

92438 

97589 

91845 


1851 
180 
1858 
UM 
1886 


157298 
181908 
1617S9 
160785 

vuxa 


159073 
159081 
158697 
172457 
165«7T 


VJOSH 
151222 
147iM» 
154724 
154700 


148018 
1519^ 
144363 
14ft439 
148841 


ia'5359 

118119 
111813 
134542 


99158 
100625 
107647 

loavm 

1U6403 


91499 

10O3K2 
Oi.'20l 

lir^3 

87(i46 


90060 

99770 
103180 
100688 

970» 


1888 

1887 
1858 


i69rm 

170480 
170069 
175538 


173283 
170444 
109115 
175864 


157468 
161181 
157445 
168891 


157478 
161016 
1579C2 
170091 


103014 
10t^665 
12;>819 
121580 


100009 
100040 
107142 
105631 


Pn55 
100.Vii 

!i8l42 
104216 


96288 
110576 
118558 
109354 



,•• 



Summary of the (Quarterly Rq>art8f 1859« 



The deficiency was less in the northern stations. At Stonjhurst the Rev* 
A. Weld sajs : ^' The weather has been so wet that scarcely anything 
can be done on the ground ; no one remembers so wet a season." At 
Bristol 3 ' 29 inches of rain fell in three days (March i ith, i2tb, and 13th). 
The Rev. J. Slatter, of Rose Hill, near Oxford, says : " The great absence 
of rain has produced much low fever." The people are often driven in 
droughts to the use of impure water, which is a common cause of disease 
in men and animals. Altogether the meteorology of the season has been 
exceptional. 



TablbXH- 


-ENGLAND. Pbopoktiok of Bihths to 100 Women liyinR at the 






Age 15-45, 


in each of the Years 1841-59. 






Middle of the Yean 


Women liring 

ftt the Age 15-45 

(eetiowted). 


Births regiBtered. 


Birthito 

100 Women liring 

at the Age 15-45. 


Women bearing 

CMIdren to 100 

Women iirlng.* 




* 


1841 
1849 
18t8 
1844 
1815 


\ \ 


8^11 /{14 
8,858,191 

8,987,497 
8,960,876 


519,158 
517 J89 
527^95 
540J68 
548,591 


18'4 
18*4 
18-5 
18'7 
18-T 


18-7 
18-7 
18-8 
140 
13-9 






1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 


- 


4/tt3,791 
4^)67,588 
4,111338 
4.156,610 
4,901,875 


579395 
580365 
568.059 
578,150 
508,499 


18-8 
18T 
18*9 
14*1 


14'5 
18-5 
14-0 
14-9 
14-4 






1851 
1858 
1858 

1854 
1855 


- - 


4,947,689 
4.988,888 
4,840,647 
4,887,916 
4,485,089 


615365 
624319 
612381 
684,405 
635343 


14*5 
14-5 
14-1 
14*5 
14-8 


14*8 
14-8 
]4'4 
14-7 
14-6 






1856 
1857 
1888 
1850 


I I 


4,484/M6 
4,589389 
4,589,194 
4,689,068 


617,458 

668,071 

65.5,481 

•689381 


14-7 
14*6 
14*8 
14*9 


15*0 
14-9 
14*6 
15-9 






1 


9 


8 


4 


5 





* The nnmber of chUdrtn ham alhe ia to the number of women bearing children (indading thoee who bear 
ftlU-bom children) neariy as 100 to 102. See the data of this estimate in the 17th Annual Report, Appendix, 
p. 79. The flgnree in coL 5. are deduced by multiplying the figures in ool. 4. by 1'09. 



Tablb XnL— ENGLAND. Deaths.— Aknual Rate of Mortality of Malef 

and of Females, 1838-59. 



TEARS. 



1888 
1889 
1840 

1841 
1849 
1848 
1844 
1845 

1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 

1851 
1859 
1858 
1854 
1855 

1856 
1857 
1858 
1858 



Average of 29 years, ) 
1838-50 - -i 



Deaths 



Of Males 

to 

100 Males 

liTing. 



2*885 
9*975 
9*879 

9*988 

9*941 
9*909 
9*949 
9*170 

9*885 
9*546 
9*881 
9*581 
9*148 

9*976 
9*890 
2*879 
9*484 
9*848 

9125 
9-987 
9-865 
9*800 



9-314 



Of Females 

to 

100 Females 

liring. 



9*188 
9*000 
9*908 

9*088 
9*008 
9*047 
9*088 
9*012 

9*991 
9*880 
9*994 
9*445 
9*018 

9*194 
9*156 
9'901 
9*978 
2*187 

1-978 
9-114 
9-248 
9*167 



9-158 



Deaths of Males 

to 100 
Deaths of Females. 



106 
104 
106 

106 
109 
108 
108 
108 

106 
108 
108 
101 
109 

108 
108 
104 
108 
104 

104 
109 
109 
108 



108 



Of equal Numbers 

liring, 

the Number 

of Male Deaths 

to ereiy 100 Deaths 

of Females. 



109 
109 
106 

107 
107 
108 
108 
106 

108 
107 
106 
106 
106 

107 
106 
106 
107 
107 

107 
106 
106 
106 



107 



The Table may be read thus :— In the year 1838 to erery 100 males liring there wera 9*385 deaths of malee ; to 
every lOO females liring there were 9*188 deaths of females ; and to erery 100 females who died there were 106 
deaths of males. The last eolumn shows the re^oiiM mortality of nuUee and female*; and tbftt out of egwal 
mwifliri Nvjfv the deaths of males were 109 to erery 100 deaths of females in 1888. 



SirM Quarter. — Jamiary, FAruary^ March. Tin 

The Tetnms widi which the Begistmr General has been faTomed b^ thtt 
Poor Lav Board, exhibit the improyemeat in the circumstances uf the 
people wliich the marriages indicated. The average namber of paupers 



Summon/ of Hie Quarterly Reports^ 1859. 



in the receipt of relief (865,818) was less by 108,199 than the numbers 
(974,017) receiving relief in the first thirteen weeks of i8j8, and 46,729 
less than the numbers in the corresponding quarter of 1857. A part of 
the improvement is fairlj referable to the mildness of the weather ; but a 
part is undoubtedly due to the improvement in the circumstances of the 
people which was perceptible in the latter part of last year. 

State of the Public Health, — 121,580 deaths were registered in the 
quarter. The mortality was at the rate of 2 * 5 10 per cent., or rather more 
than 25 in 1000. The number of deaths was less than the number of 
deaths in the winter of last year by 4239 ; and the rate of annual morta- 
lity was less by i in 1000. In both the winter quarters the rate of 
mortality exceeded the average rate prevailing during the winters of the 
last ten years. In the first quarter of the year 1858, the weather was 
unusually severe ; in the first quarter of 1 859 the weather was unusually 
mild. In both quarters the rate of mortality exceeded the average. The 
rate of mortality in 125 districts and 23 sub-districts comprising the chief 
towns, is 26*5 in 1000, the same as the average of ten previous winters. 
The mortality in the remaining districts and sub districts, comprising 



TjkBLB XV. — ^ENGLAND. Deaths. — Annual Rate of Mortality per Cent of 

Males and Females at different Ages. 



DEATHS of Males to 100 Males KTinf. 



.TMn - 


t 
1M9 


1S50 


1851 


1859 


1858 


t 
1854 


1855 


1856 


1857 


1858 


Averafe 
of the 
Rates of 
10 Team 
1849-S6. 


1609 


AUAfM - 


S-061 


9*148 


9*976 


9*820 


9*879 


9*434 


9*848 


9*195 


9-987 


9*865 


1*821 


1 

9*800 


0- 


r*518 


6*805 


7*908 


7*500 


7*346 


7*795 


7*949 


6*801 


7'305 


7*755 


7-815 


7*588 


»- 


1*194 


•814 


*868 


•006 


•847 


•985 


*819 


•718 


*775 


1*041 


*885 


•916 


lo- 


•MS 


•467 


•401 


•590 


•506 


•550 


•490 


•450 


*469 


•499 


*508 


•467 


u- 


•Ml 


*7ir 


•776 


•799 


•888 


•885 


*771 


•785 


*788 


•749 


*787 


•7ir 


ts- 


1*MS 


•878 


•948 


•968 


1*018 


1*015 


*958 


•881 


*887 


•888 


•069 


•874 


«- 


l-fiSl 


1*165 


1*986 


1*980 


1*316 


1*849 


1*989 


1^178 


1197 


1*8» 


1-976 


1*994 


«- 


^•ISl 


1*716 


1*787 


1*816 


1*908 


1*969 


1*886 


1*605 


1-763 


1*807 


1-868 


Itll 


»- 


8*655 


8*960 


8*061 


8*078 


8*978 


8*997 


8-354 


9*975 


8-064 


8*180 


3*189 


8*179 


cs- 


r*M4 


6*806 


0*806 


6*984 


6*919 


6*665 


7*109 


6*107 


6-887 


6*648 


6*608 


6*455 


w- 


15*1S7 


14*010 


14*055 


14*161 


15*887 


14*808 


16161 


19*949 


14-136 


14*890 


14577 


18*600 


M- 


»*976 


88*555 


99*945 


98*970 


^vm 


98*008 


89*778 


96*847 


97-918 


18*988 


10*033 


96*890 


«*ivwds. 


4S*8SB 


88*560 


41*987 


43*499 


47*805 


88*369 


49-657 


89*901 


84-849 


38*413 


40*110 


85*057 









DEATHS of FSMALES to 100 Fsmalxs lirinf . 








AUA«ee- 


9*445 


9*018 


9*194 


9*156 


9*101 


9*278 


9-187 


1*978 


9-U4 


9*143 


9*178 


9*167 


0- 


8*488 


5*738 


6*299 


6*445 


6*362 


6*814 


6*224 


5*947 


6-452 


6*858 


6*868 


6*651 


5- 


l^lOl 


*810 


•860 


•878 


•813 


•924 


*807 


•787 


•778 


1*049 


*875 


.948 


10- 


•658 


•491 


•627 


•587 


••540 


•560 


*404 


•450 


*460 


•528 


•594 


•518 


15- 


1*000 


*777 


*818 


•884 


•861 


*859 


*819 


•747 


•776 


•800 


•880 


•774 


9S- 


1*847 


*968 


1*005 


l^OSl 


1*064 


1*102 


1001 


•984 


•949 


•978 


1*089 


*968 


85- 


1*617 


1*160 


1*198 


1*114 


1*251 


1*328 


1*269 


1^160 


1-181 


1^220 


1*260 


1*218 


46- 


1*998 


1*478 


1*519 


1*514 


1*596 


1*663 


1-564 


1*429 


1-488 


1*510 


1*576 


1*541 


86- 


8*355 


9*035 


9*679 


9*660 


9*845 


9-852 


9-950 


9*597 


2-716 


9*758 


2*707 


9*680 


86- 


6*506 


5*717 


S'KA 


5*708 


6*133 


5*979 


6-414 


5*886 


5-927 


6*155 


5*987 


5*864 


T5- 


14*088 


19*684 


19*818 


U*177 


14*106 


13*325 


14-816 


11^971 


18*040 


18*656 


15*363 


19*758 


85- 


98*018 


95*012 


96*857 


27^417 


18*968 


96*412 


80-743 


98^448 


96-925 


28*901 


27*243 


96*089 


9S*apwds. 


48*818 


49*997 


45*017 


40*676 


45*770 


40*968 


41-829 


84*066 


41-578 


41 •419 


41*6S9 


86*106 



The Table may be read thos:— Of 100 Males llring of the age of 85 and under 43, 1*316 died in 1853, 1*849 
in 1854, and so on for other years, a correction for increase of Population haTing been made for each Age in 
Meh Tear ; and the deaths of persons whose ages were not returned hare been distributed proportionally orer Mch 
age. The daU npon which this Table is eonstmeted appear bi this or bare appeared in the preriouB Reports, and 
la the Census Report. <Sm Census Report 1851 ; and the Annual Reports of the Registrar General, partienkrly 
IbetthaDdOth. 

\ Choleira fpidemiet. 



First Quarier. — January^ February^ March. 

cbiefij small towns and country parishes, had increased from 22*2 to 
23 '8 ; or the increase is i '6 in 1000. 

It will be recollected that the sanitary measures in Ely reduced the 
mortality of the town below that prevailing in the surrounding parishes. 
And such will probably be the course matters will take unless sanitary 
measures are extended to the country as well as to the towns. The 
superior health of the country arises mainly from the circumstance that. 



Tablb XYL — ^PBOPOB-noNAL Number of Deaths in each Quabtbk to 1000 Deaths 

in the Average Quarter of each Year, 1838-59. 







NnmlMr 
ofDeatfai 


Proportional Knmber of Deaths 






















YEABS. 


in the 


In the Average 


First 


Second 


Third 


Fourth 








Average 


Quarter 


Quarter 


Quarter 


Quarter 


Qoarter 








Qnuter. 


(aaeumed to be 


ending 


ending 


ending 
Sept. 80. 


ending 










1(100). 


March 31. 


Jane 80. 


Dee. 81. 






183S 


8M90 


1000 


1148 


1061 


850 


944 






1838 


84748 


1000 


1059 


1088 


900 


1008 






1840 


89922 


- 1000 


1100 


1005 


899 


997 






1841 


85062 


1000 


1182 


1001 


878 


968 






1812 


87880 


1000 


1102 


900 


942 


966 






184S 


86811 


1000 


1098 


1007 


887 


1010 




1 1844 1 


88233 


1000 


1182 


956 


803 


1018 






IMS 


87842 


lOUO 


1198 


1021 


867 


924 






1848 


97878 


1000 


917 


928 


1042 


1118 






18.7 


103826 


1000 


1181 


1008 


888 


978 






JM8 


S995S 


1000 


1201 


998 


877 


925 






2Slt 


110810 


1000 


961 


927 


1227 


885 






1850 


82249 


1000 


1087 


1007 


981 


996 




f I8SI 


9S849 


1000 


1068 


1008 


928 


1002 






liy>3 


101784 


1000 


1048 


989 


986 


980 






\h^ 


105274 


1000 


11S2 


1022 


876 


980 






1854 


10M76 


1000 


1008 


940 


1081 


903 






1855 


106428 


1000 


1280 


1001 


816 


903 






1858 


97627 


1000 


1061 


1081 


928 


980 






1857 


1049.H ' 


lono 


1050 


9.^ 


ftM) 


1045 






18.18 


112414 


1000 


1134 


985 


865 


1016 






1859 


110195 


1000 


1118 


961 988 


883 





Table XYIL — ^ENGLAND. Aukual Kate per Cent of Bibth, and Death, 

during each Quarter of the Years 1838-1869. 





Bbtb Bats 


Death Batk 


^TlABS. 


In the Qnartera ending the last day of 


In the Quarters ending the hMt day of 




March. 


Jane. 


Sept. 


Dee. 


March. 


Jane. 


Sept. 


Deo. 


]8» - 
1889 - 
IMO - 


8'fl82 
8*248 
8-895 


3198 
8*888 
8*801 


2*970 
8*060 
3021 


2*928 
8*050 
8*044 


2*615 
2*850 
2*588 


2*887 
2-280 
2*310 


1*887 
1*949 
2088 


2*066 
2*164 
2*203 


1811 - 
1842 - 
1843 
1844 

1845 - 


8-424 

8 431 
8 420 
8*507 
8-491 


8*278 
8*844 
8*234 
8*884 
8-291 


8*062 
8082 
8*114 
8*128 
8*140 


8*092 
3*058 
8*174 
8*115 
8*103 


2*587 
2*486 
2-878 
2-467 
2-554 


2*174 
2*158 
2*149 
2077 
2144 


187T 
8-025 
1-866 
1*918 
1*776 


2*066 
2-087 
2*119 
2*175 
1*906 


1846 - 

1847 - 

1848 - 
lft«8 - 
1890 > 


8'49B 
8*488 
8*252 
8*575 
8*821 


8*551 
8*265 
8-474 
8*523 
8-580 


3*251 
2-945 
8*211 
8*056 
8*281 


8*258 
2-938 
8-038 
8058 
8*253 


2157 
2-850 
2*704 
2*462 
2-2C1 


2*144 
2-506 
2-818 
2*841 
2*107 


2*382 
2*163 
2*005 
8057 
1*917 


2*545 
2*880 

2*106 
2*199 
2046 


1651 . 
18«2 - 
18BS > 
18S4 . 
1885 - 


8*887 
8582 
8*578 
8*590 
8*003 


8*557 
8*509 
8*464 
8-722 
8-584 


8*817 
8-291 
3177 
3-294 
8-261 


8*270 
8-298 
8100 
3111 
3128 


2*888 
2*854 
2*618 
2*449 
2*916 


2*224 
2*221 
2-355 
2-214 
2-277 


2015 
2- 185 
1-985 
2-423 
1848 


2*176 
2*185 
2*214 
2*829 
2*080 


1888 - 

1887 - 

1888 - 

1889 - 


8'«85 
8*600 
8*S67 
8*624 


8*858 
8-548 
8*480 
8*579 


8*275 
8-8<« 
8*195 
8*879 


8*284 
8*205 
3*198 
3'4V2 


2*182 
2-295 
2*625 
2*510 


2*112 
2*063 
2*205 
2*150 


1*890 
2*063 
1*992 
2-091 


1*905 
2-288 
2*400 
2*187 


Mean - 


8*488 


3*441 


8*172 


3*144 


2*488 


2*224 


2*062 


2*177 



The Tahle may he read thna, without reference to the decimal points :— In the March quarter of the year 1886, 
to 100^)00 of the population of England there were 3,082 births, and 2,615 deaths registered. Th« three montha 
Jaonary, Fehmary, Mardi, eontaln 90, in Leap year 91 days ; the tliree months April, May, June, 91 days ; 
of th« two last qoarten of Um year 62 days. For this iaeqoaUty a eonreetion hat heta mada In the 



rzvi Summcar^ of the Quarterly ReparUy 18£9. 

the population being widely dtsseminatedi tke poisonous exhalations 
which are produced around the dwellings are destroyed to a considerable 
extent by the atmosphere. Now the Souses in the suburbs of London 
and of the provincial towns are generally built by the architects witii 
<;esspools, which are not emptied daily> and which have not the adyantages 
of drainage ; so that the beneficial effects of the open country air in the 
daytime are likely to be neutralized by the impurity of the night exhalm- 
tions in-doors. 

The mortality of the quarter in England at the rates prevailing in 6^ 
of the healthiest districts would be 17*64 in 1000 ; and if the mortality 
of the whole population had been at that rate, the number of deaths 
would have amounted to 86,624, instead of 121,682. Consequently 
34,956 unnatural deaths were registered in the 90 days. This implies not 
only loss of national life, but loss of health and English vigour, which it 
is desirable on every account to raise to the highest pitch in the present 
days. 

The mortality has prevailed with different degrees of severity in every 
division ; but the number of deaths was much greater in every division 
except London, than the deaths in the winter quarter of 1857 ; and less 
than the number of deaths during the winter quarter of 1858 in every 
division except the North, West Midland, and Northern Divisions. The 
reason of this will be apparent upon examining the returns in detail. 

Diphtheria has prevailed, with varying degrees of severity, in different 
parts of the country. The ravages of this disease deserve particular 
attention. 

Jn the South Eastern Division the deaths from all causes amounted 
to 9i7j8. In Guildford* the mortality was unusually high ; whooping- 
cough and bronchitis have been prevalent, and some cases of fever have 
been fatal. The cause of the high mortality in Dorking is not explained. 
The deaths in Famham have apparently been raised by the Aldershot 
camp. Tonbridge, Maidstone, and Cranbrook have experienced high 
rates of mortality; out of 45 deaths 18 were caused by diphtheria^ whidi 
was exceedingly fatal in Brenchley and Horsemonden, two parishes in the 
Tonbridge district. Li Cranbrook, Tenterden, Ashford, Deal, and Dover 
diphtheria proved fatal. The deaths in the sub-district of St. Peter, 
Brighton, are 6^ above the average for the corresponding quarter of the 
last five years. Zymotic diseases have prevailed ; and 53 persons have 
died of scarlatina and diphtheria, 10 of typhus, and 13 of small-pox^ 
none of the latter having been vaccinated. In Worthing, where sanitary 
measures have been carried out, 63 deaths occurred ; in Brighton, 459 ; 
the respective populations of the two districts having been 18,746 and 
65,569 in 185 1. Assuming that the population increased at nearly the 
same rates, the mortality out. of equal populations was about as 4 in 
Worthing to 7 in Brighton. All the facts tend to show that sanitary 
improvement is a question of life and death to the population of every 
town. Several districts of Hampshire suffered severely ; small-pox 
prevailed at Southampton, scarlatina at Kingsclere. Reading continues 
an unhealthy town ; in Windsor the mortality has fallen. 

In the South Midland Counties 7189 persons died; the deaths in 
every county, except Northampton, being below the deaths in the previous 
year. Newport Pagnell, Chipping Norton, Kettering, Wellingborough, 
and several other districts have experienced high rates of mortality. In 
the Northampton district, with a population of 33,857 in 1851, the deaths 
amounted to 306. The deaths in the two previous winter quarters 1857- 
58, amounted to 239 and 231 ; so the mortality is excessively high, and 
above the average. Measles and whooping-cough have prevailed. It 



* The SuperintefuUnt lUgistrar^i District it in all cases refe red to, exeept where 
otherwise stated. 



JR&nr €tttc^ter.*^(ttmuiiyf Febmuary; Mutch. > xvii 

.ttfipetrs that iiiere Has been a strike in ^e iiown. In the Cambridge 
district 159 deaths were registered ; in th6 Eljr district ir8 ; the 
population of the two districts in 1851 having been '27,815 and 22,896; 
so that the mortality of Cambridge is greatly in excess of the mort^ty 
of Ely. In the ten years 1841-50 the mortality of the popalation of 
Cambridge was at the rate of 23 in 1060 ; hence, taking the excess oydr 
17, the rate prevailing in healthy districts, it exhibited 6 degrees of 
insalabrity, and daring the ten years the unnatural deaths amounted to 
] 568. How long is this state of things to continue in the seat of one of 
the great universities of the country ? Science has here a wide field of 
usefulness before it. It has the great opportunity of saving many lives, 
and at the same time of applying its principles. By the energy of one 
of the departed ornaments of the university, Ely has been rendered 
comparatively healthy. And from Ely Cambridge has now evidently 
much to learn. It is a matter of national importance, that the places 
where some of the principal youths of the country are educated should be 
healthy. Why are not the schools of medicine in the universities, schools 
of h^th ? Why are not the undergraduates taught practically the 
eonditions most favourable to human development ? Why are there not 
tables of mortality at Cambridge and Oxford, as well as in London, 
pointing out monthly the effects of all the noxious agencies infesting the 
houses, colleges, and streets ? This would be teaching by example, and 
could not fail to leave permanent impressions on the minds of many men 
who will have unusual means of directing public opinion. 

In the Eastebn Counties the registered deaths amounted to 6184, or 
were less by 1415 than the deaths in the first quarter of last year. 
Bochford in Essex experienced a high rate of mortality ; 91 persons died. 
The registrar of Great Wakering, one of the sub-districts, explains this 
in his note : — 

The deaths have greatly exceeded the average, in consequence of the prevalence and 
fttality of diphtheria amongst in&ntB, especially in the Island of Foulness. Many 
ditches tiieie are id a very filthy state, and the effluvium arising from some is intolerab^ 
offensive; Ague also has been more prevalent, more severe and obstinate, during tli^ 
last two years, than I have ever known it in a period of 35 years. 

Some general measure is required to deal with the drainage of all the 
marshes on the banks of the Thames. 

Parts of Maldon, Dunmow, and Saffron Walden in Essex have suffered 
from diphtheria ; so have parts of the districts of Cosford, Tunstead, 
Erpingham^ Aylsham, Blofield, and Loddon in Suffolk and Norfolk. 

10,799 persons died in the South-^western Counties, but the mortality 
was lower than it was last year. Diphtheria is still prevalent at Christian 
Mfdford in Wilts. Trowbridge has also suffered from that and other 
diseases. Plymouth and the surrounding districts have suffered severely. 
The registrar in explaining the excess in the number of deaths in East 
Stonehouse says that 16 Turks died in the quarter. Four persons in 
Parkham died of scarlatina in one house. The deaths in Launceston and 
in Bedruth have exceeded the average from diphtheria, small-pox, 
measles, and diseases of the respiratory organs. Epidemic sore throat 
prevailed, and 3 cases of diphtheria were fatal in a sub-district of 
Taonton, Somersetshire. 27 deaths from small-pox occurred in Bridge- 
water. Scarlatina and diphtheria attacked nearly every person in Chew 
Magna, Clutton. 

16,141 deaths were registered in the West Midland Division; 8,956 
in the Nobth Midland Division. In these two divisions the deaths 
exceeded the deaths in the severe winter quarter of 1858. In many 
districts of Gloucestershire, including Stroud and Cheltenham, the 
mortality was high; diphtheria and scarlatina prevailed in this county, 
in Hereford, and in Shropshire. Three deaths from diphtheria occurred 
to children in one family in the Condo^er sub-district; the cesspools 
tonnected with the cottages are generally in a bad state. The sanitary 



xviii Summary of the Qucnrterfy Reports, 1859. 

state of Staffordshire is very unsatisfactory, and the mortality has been 
excessively high. Diphtheria and scarlatina have prevailed in many of 
its districts ; and in Stourbridge, and in Foleshill, where the mortality 
has also been very high. 

Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicester, and several districts in Leicestershire, 
have suffered from epidemics; i5<5 cases of measles and scarlatina occurred 
in the village of Sutton Bennington alone. Diphtheria was prevalent in 
Lincoln, where typhoid fever also prevailed ; six persons died from it in 
one family. Their residence is a mile from the village, a solitary farm- 
house, and no special cause of the attack has been ascertained ; but the 
adequacy of the inquiry may be questioned. Diphtheria has prevailed in 
many districts of Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, and Derbyshire, which 
have all experienced high rates of mortality. 

19,430 deaths were registered in the counties of Chester and Lan- 
CASTEB ; nearly as many as were registered in the last winter quarter. 
Diphtheria, scarlatina, measles, and typhoid fever, have prevailed in many 
districts. 

The 12,299 deaths in Yorksiiire imply a heavy rate of mortality. 
Scarlatina and diphtheria were prevalent. Sheffield continues to su£^r 
severely from these and other epidemics. 

Of the Northern (Aunties, in which 6,602 persons died, Durham 
appears to have suffered most severely from various kinds of zymotic 
diseases ; scarlatina and diphtheria occupying conspicuous places in the 
registers. 

Diphtheria has spread over the remotest parts of Wales. We find it 
in Haverfordwest, in Cardiff, and in Corwen. The deaths in the Princi- 
pality from all causes amounted to 8,213. 

It is a melancholy task to record the fatality of diseases arising through 
the neglect of sanitary arrangements in this and in other countries ; and 
to observe so much activity in inventing opportunities of destruction, 
with so much apathy in applying measures already invented for promoting 
the well-being of the population. Man is the only animal, Pliny says 
bitterly, that takes a pleasure in the destruction of his own species* : 
surely somebody will one day arise to teach the world the ti'uer pleasure 
of saving mankind ! 

Second Quarter. — Aprils May, June, '859. 

The returns are altogether of a satisfactory character ; the mortality is 
below the average, the births are more numerous than usual, and the 
people, taking a cheerful view of their prospects in life, have married in 
large nimibers. 

Marriages. — 84,084 persons married in the quarter that ended on 
June 30th ; and the marriages in the quarter were at the rate of 1*712 
per cent, per annum. The average of the quarter being i • 698. 

Births. — 175,864 births were registered in the three months that ended 
on June 30th ; and the rate of birth was 3*579 P®^ cent, per annum. 
This is somewhat above the average rate. 

Increase of Population. — As the births amounted to 1 75,864, and the 
deaths to 105,631, the natural increase of the population of England and 
Wales was 70,233 ; or, on an average, 772 daily. 



♦ Deniqae cetera animantia in suo genere probe dc^^unt : congregari videmus, et staie 
contra dissimilia. Leonom feritas inter se non dimicat: serpentium morsas non petit 
gerpentes ; ne maris quidem helluAB ac pisces, nisi in diversa genera, seeviunt At 
liercules homini plarima ex homine sunt mala.— C. Plikii. Natur. Hist, Lib. 7. s. i. 

Tbis is confirmed by Cuvier : ** Aujourd'hui, que rhomme seul pent nuire i i'homme, 
il est ausd la seule esp^ce qui soit continaellement en guerre avec elle mdme."— Kdgne 



Animale. Tom. 1 p. 71. 



Second Quarter, — Aprils May^ June. six 

The natural increase of population was unusuallj great ; and in the 
United Kingdom probably exceeded 1 158 dailj. 

42,959 emigrants, or 472 daily, sailed from the ports of the United 
Kingdom at which there are Emigration Officers ; and 10,332 of the 
number, or after correcting for those undistinguished, probably 11,387 
were of English origin. 4,390 sailed to the Australian colonies, 385 to 
the North American colonies, 5707 to the United States, and 90 j to other 
places. 

PrieeSy the Weather, and Pauperism, — Tho price of food, the state of 
employment, and the weather, influence the population to a great extent. 

The average price of wheat has risen from 40*. 8</, a quarter to 47*. 3^., 
which is 7 per cent, above the price of the corresponding spring quarter 
of the previous year. The prices of beef and of mutton by the carcase 
have gone up to 5f</. and 6d, a pound at the Leadenhall and Newgate 
Markets ; they are 10 and 9 per cent, higher than the spring prices of 
the previous year. Potatoes were 975. 6d, a ton at the Southwark market, 
or nearly a halfpenny a pound ; and 40 per cent, cheaper than they were 
in the same months of last year. 

The weather in the months of April and May was rather warmer than 
usual ; during June the temperature was almost always high, the average 
daily excess having been 3° nearly. For six weeks (from April nth to 
May 23d) the wind, as is usual at this period of the year, was mostly 
from the N.E., travelling at the rate of nearly 100 miles daily ; during 
the quarter the average daily horizontal movement of the air was 88 
miles. The humidity of the air was of nearly the average amount in 
April and May ; it was somewhat more humid in June. The rain-fall of 
tie quarter was slightly above the average. It would seem, however, 
that the annual fall is diminishing, and it is stated that the deficiency 
in the last five years is equal to the average fall of one year, viz. 2 j 
inches. 

The average number of poor claiming relief, fell from 871,512 in the 
Spring quarter of last year, to 819,560 in the Spring quarter of the 
present year ; or pauperism declined 6 per cent. 

State of the Public Health, — About 105,631 persons died in the three 
months which ended on June 30th, for that number appears on the 
registers of the quarter ; and the rate of mortality was 2* 150 per cent, 
or less by '064 than the average rate of the season. In the chief towns 
the mortality was at the rate of 2*24 per cent, less by '15 than the 
average of 2*39 per cent. In the districts of the country and of the 
small towns the mortality was lower (2 • 06) than it was in the denser 
districts ; but instead of improvement there is deterioration. Indeed the 
sanitary condition of the country districts around the large towns now 
demands strict attention. 

The mortality of all England if the same as in the 6^ healthy districts 
would be at the rate of 17 in 1000, or exactly 84,207. These may for 
the present be held to be natural deaths; the excess of 21,424 over this 
number are undoubtedly unnatural deaths, and may be ascribed to the 
unfavourable sanitary conditions in which a large portion of the population 
still lives. 

The 105,631 deaths in the quarter, although less than the usual number, 
imply, according to the most reliable returns of sickness, that about a 
million and a quarter of people of all ages were on an average infirm 
or constantly sick during the season. The quarter of a million sick 
would be healed by effective sanitary arrangements. Thus, much labour 
that is now lost would be productive, and lives of great value would 
be saved. The whole community would acquire fresh strength and 
vigour. Money which is expended on real sanitary measures, such as 
have been carried out in Ely and a few other placesi is the most 



Summary €f the QjHarteriy Beportt, 1S59. 



profitable of all national inyestnientfl ; for it is an auglndntaiion of the 
power and of the productive life of the population. 

' As at this season of the year manj families leave the towns and go 
abroad to recruit their health, it maj be here remarked that, generally, 
the tfnited Kingdom is the healthiest country in Europe, and that France^ 
Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland stand next in rank. Of the European 
watering places few are known to be so salubrious as those of England. 
They differ in health in di£ferent years through the recurrence of 
epidemics, from which, owing to existing sanitary defects, they are still 
imperfectly defended. 

The mortality of some of the districts which are resorted to, it will be 
seen, was' higher in the last three months than 20 in 1000 ; and of these 
are Bangor (24), Aberystwith (24), Whitby (26). The aggregate 
mortality of the three districts A^shbome, Bakewell, and Chapel-en-le- 
Frith, including Buxton, Matlock, and the country round, was at the rate 
of 23 in iooo. Of 10 districts which are resorted to for health, the 
mortality was at the annual rates ranging from 13 to 17 in 1000. 

The epidemics of the season chiefly to be dreaded are diphtheria, which 
breaks out occasionally in unexpected places ; and diarrhoea of a severe 
form, most to be apprehended in localities with water impure and 
defective drainage. Of the past prevalence of these epidemics, and of 
others, information will be found usually in tho Registrars' notes ; their 
progress through the summer can only be learnt by personal inquiries on 
the spot. 

MoBTAUTT in the Districts containing some of the principal English Watering Flaoes. 



No. of 
Diftrict. 



67 
70 
78 
76 
78 

85 
90 
90 
227 
228 
274 
288 

295 
826 
880 

844 



408 

447.448> 
and450i 

625 

681 

676 

697 

621 

628 



DISTRICTS. 



TuvBuiDOB (including Tunbridge Wells) 
Thutbt (inoluding Bamsgate and Margate) - 
DOVBK ....... 

Hastings ....... 

Bastboukvx 

Brighton 

'Worthing (including Littlehampton and Arundel) - 
ISLB OP Wight (including Bjde, Newport, and Oowes) 
Mutford (including Lowestoft) - - . . 
Yarmouth -----.- 
Wbtxouth (including Meloombe Begis) 
Newton Abbott (inoludinR Dawliah, Torquaj, and 

East and West TeLrnmoutn) . . . . 

Barnbtaplb (induding Ilfraoombe) . . . 

Bath 

Clifton (including part of Bristol City and Bristol 

Workhouse) ...... 

Chbltbnhaic ...... 

Upton-on-Sbtbrn (including Malvom) 

Warwick (including Leamington) . . . 

Ashbornb, Bakbwbli.. and Chafbl-bn-lb-Frith 

(including Buxton and Matlock) . . - 
Scarborough ...... 

Whitby - 

Kbnda l --..-. 

Abbrtbtwith ...... 

BaN€K>R ..-.-.- 

Anglbbby 





Annual Bate of 




MortaUlgr to 1000 


Popu]A> 


living 


mthe 


tion. 
1861. 


10 Tears 
1841-60. 


8 Months 

ending 

80th June 

1860. 


88,645 


20 


17 


81.798 


19 


18 


28,825 


21 


17 


21,215 


18 


14 


8,847 


15 


17 


65,669 


21 


19 


18,746 


17 


19 


60,824 


17 


16 


80.168 


17 


16 


26380 


28 


26 


22,087 


19 


18 


62.306 


19 


17 


88,178 


17 


14 


69347 


24 


21 


77,960 


28 


20 


44,184 


20 


19 


18,070 


18 


19 


41,934 


20 


17 


62308 


20 


28 


24,615 


21 


19 


21398 


21 


26 


86372 


20 


19 


28,753 


18 


24 


SO31O 


21 


24 


43343 


17 


18 



Kent and Surrey in the South Eastern Division were generally 
healthy, and the rates of mortality were low. Lewes and Brighton in 
Sussex still experience high rates of mortality. Southampton and all the 
surrounding districts have been unhealthy ; small-pox, measles, whooping- 
cough, and scarlatina^ have prevailed to an extent which must attract the 
attention of the local authorities. The Wantage district of Berkshire 
experienced a heavy rate of mortality. 



SecGHd Quarter.^^JprUi May, June. Xjbl 

The South Midlaicd Counties are genertdlj below the aVenige degree 
of salubrity ; but in several of the districts of Hertfordshire and of 
Bedfordshire the mortalitj was low. Northampton, where there has 
recent]/ been a strike, continued to suffer heavily at the hands of death ; 
J17 persons died in three months out of a population of less than 34,000 
in 185 1 ; measles and small-pox prevailed. The None drainage has been 
carri^ out, and continued floods have not covered the vailej. Wisbeach, 
once so unhealthy, lost only 137 persons by death out of a population 
exceeding that of Northampton (36,215). The succe&*sful result of the 
drainage of the districts of the Nene will, it may be hoped, lead the 
proprietors of the low, ill-drained parts of the basin of the Thames, and 
of our other rivers, to imitate the spirited conduct of the proprietors of 
that valley. 

In Essex the mortality was high in the districts of Rochford and 
Tendring ; low in the districts of Epping and Ongar, not far from 
London. The registrar of Bradwell sub-district, Maldon, speaks of a 
sect calling themselves ^* New Lights," who abjure all medical skill ; they 
lose many of their children. Bury St. Edmund's in Suffolk offers a 
remarkable illustration of the evil effects of putting off sanitary measures 
until the eleventh hour. 107 persons died there in the quarter out of 
13,900 people (in 1851). Measles prevailed to a considerable extent; 
and typhus, or probably typhoid fever, put 12 persons to death, in "a 
locality of defective sanitary condition. The attention of the sanitary 
eommissioners was immediately directed to the remedy of the evil. 

Several districts of Norfolk, St. Faiths, Loddon, Depwade, Walsingham, 
Docking, Freebridge, Lynn, and -King's Lynn, experienced low rales of 
mortality ; ague prevailed in King's Lynn. 

Wilts is generally healthy ; Dorsetshire suffered from epidemics ; 
Barnstaple and the other districts of North Devon maintain their high 
character for salubrity ; small-pox prevailed in Plympton St. Mary, and 
raised the mortality in some of the other districts of South Devon. The 
mortality was above the average in the mining districts of Cornwall ; and 
in several districts of Somersetshire, which were visited by scarlatina and 
diphtheria. 

Westbury-on-Sevem and Winchcomb were healthv districts of 
Gloncestersbire ; the districts of Chnrch Stretton at the foot of the 
Caradoc, Ateham around Shrewsbury, and Whitchurch, were healthy ; 
so was Lichfield, standing like a land of Goshen in Staffordshire. But 
generally the mortality was high in the counties of Salop and Hereford ; 
and it was excessively high in nearly all the districts of Staffordshire. 
It is greatly to be regretted that the physical condition of the hard- 
working population of this county should be so deplorable, while it 
his abundant wealth and power and the means of improvement at its 
disposal. 

Stourbridge in Worcostershire suffered severely from an epidemic of 
measles ; scarlatina and diphtheria prevailed in some districts ; Kidder- 
minster and Evesham were the healthy districts of the county during the 
quarter. 

The mortality was high in Birmingham and in several other districts 
of Warwickshire ; Meriden, Atherstone, Warwick, and Southam are 
healthy. ' The infant mortality continues excessive in the Holy Trinity 
anb-district of Coventry, which the registrar cannot ascribe to any other 
cause than parental neglect. 

The NoBTH Midland Counties were generally unhealthy, and 
diphtheria is still prevalent in many districts. Ashby-de*la-Zouch is the 
centre of an eruption of epidemics in Leicestershire ; Nottingham is 
another centre ; imd nearly all the districts of Derbyshire have ex- 
perienced high rates of mortality. Jn the Chestarfield district 41 x 






xxii Summary of (he Quarterly ReportSy 1859. 

persons died out of a population in 1851 of 45,7959 so high was the 
mortality. 

The Registrar of Arnold sub-district, near Nottingham, says : " The 
increase of mortality in this district is entirely from want of sanitary 
arrangements being carried out by the officers whose duty it is to 
*^ attend to them. In Arnold alone, which comprises more than half the 
« population, vre are considerably worse in this respect than we were 
" before our Local Board of Health was formed." 

The deaths in Cheshire and Lancashire amounted to 16,773, or less by 
1,123 than the deaths in the spring quarter of the past year. The 
mortality of Liverpool is decreasing, so is that of Manchester. In the 
race of sanitary improvement these two flourishing towns have, however, 
much to achieve ere they arrive at the gaol which the small town of Ely 
has already attained. Why do they not carry out at once the substantial 
sanitary works which would render hundreds of thousands of people 
healthy ? The fruit of the labours of their sanitary officers would then 
be abundantly apparent. 

The mortality is above the average in nearly all the districts of these 
two populous counties. 

The 1 1,588 deaths in Yorkshire slightly exceed the quarter's numbers 
of the preceding year. In Bradford 1180 persons died; Leeds and 
Hunslet 1 25 1 . The mortality of Sheffield and the surrounding districts 
increases. Hull and Patrington have become much healthier than they 
were. The mortality of some of the districts of the North and East 
Ridings is below the average ; and that the West Riding should remain 
unhealthy every one must see with regret. The population succeeds in 
every manufacture except that of health. 

Diphtheria, scarlatina, small-pox, and other causes have raised the 
mortality above the average in Durham and Cumberland ; the northern 
districts of Northumberland are still among the healthiest in England. 

Many districts of Wales and Monmouthshire are infested by 
epidemics ; measles, diphtheria, and scarlatina are mentioned by the 
registrars. 

The following districts were exceedingly healthy : Chepstow, Narberth 
in Pembrokeshire, Cardigan, Builth, Rhayader in Radnorshire, and 
Anglesey. Islands are always the healthiest parts of the world ; and in 
the last quarter Anglesey was apparently healthier than the Isle of 
Wight. 

7%ird Quarter, — July^ August^ September^ 1^59* 

The returns present a favourable view of the state of the country. 
The marriage rate, which had been low in the two previous years, 
approached the average. Thousands of children in excess of the average 
wei*e bom ; the rate of mortality diminished ; and the population increased 
at an unusual rate. 

As the diminution in the rate of mortality took place in the towns it 
may be fairly ascribed to the prosperous state of trade, to the supply of 
better water, the abolition of cesspools, the purification of the air, and 
the various sanitary works which many of them have carried out. 

Marriages, — 79,606 persons married in the quarter that ended on 
September 30th, or 2,408 in excess of the numbers who married in the 
corresponding quarter of last year. The marriage rate was 1*598 ; the 
average of the quarter being 1 '623. 

Births, — The births of 168,394 children were registered in the quarter 
that ended on September 30th. The number is 10,949 in excess of the 
births in the corresponding quarter of last year. The birth rate in the 
quarter was 3*379. 



Third Quarter. — July^ August^ September. xxiii 

Increase of Population. — 64,178 was the excess of the number of 
births over the number of deaths, and that was therefore the natural 
increase of the population of England and Wales in 92 days. On an 
average 698 were added to the population daily, and the probable daily 
increase of the population of the United Kingdom was 1047, which at the 
ordinary rates of mortality will supply about 347 men daily of the age 
of 20. The youth of the country are growing at such a rate as to add a 
battalion to its strength every two or three days. A certain number of 
them are transplanted, and go to people the colonies. 

34,864 emigrants sailed during the quarter, or 379 men, women, and 
children on an average daily, from the ports of the LJnited Kingdom at 
which there are government agents, of whom about 12,464 were of 
English origin. 

Prices, the Weather^ and Pauperism, — The price of wheat has remained 
steadily at nearly the same figure for a year and nine months ; and during 
the last three months it has been 44^. a quarter. This steadiness of price 
in an article of large consumption has a salutary effect. 

Beef has been t^^d. a pound, mutton 5|ef. a pound by the carcase at 
Leadenhall and Newgate markets. The price of beef is the same as it 
was in the corresponding quarter of 1858, and the eighth of a penny less 
than it was in 1857 ; the price of mutton in the same quarters was 5|£?.» 
5^., and 5|<f. The average prices of the higher qualities of the two 
meats decreased ^d, in the pound ; or beef from 6^d. to 6^d, ; mutton yd. 
to 6^d. Potatoes were sold at the rate of 85^. a ton at the waterside 
market^ Southwark ; in the corresponding quarters of two previous years 
the prices were 105*. and 77*. 6d. The prices of the present year, like 
the temperatures of the seasons, occupy an intermediate position between 
those of 1857, when they were higher, and 1858, when they were lower. 

The mean temperature of the quarter was 62® '8, or ^°'^ above the 
average temperature of the season during 88 years. The excessive heat 
was accumulated chiefly in July, when the mean temperature was 68^*1 ; 
while on July 12th the air in the shade reached 92^^ and 93° on the 13th 
and the i8th ; so that during 10 successive days the mean temperature 
of day and night exceeded 70^, a thing unprecedented during the period 
over which correct observations extended. The air was drier ('72) than 
usual ; but the rain-fall (8 * 2 inches) somewhat exceeded the quarterly 
average. The thermometer on the grass never fell below 40** in July and 
August, whereas it usually falls several times to the freezing point of 
water. Pauperism is below the average in the kingdom. The average 
number of paupers in receipt of relief during the quarter was 783,449, or 
less by about 29,000 than the numbers receiving relief in the corresponding 
quarters 6f the two previous years. 

State of the Public Health. — 104,216 persons died in the quarter. This 
number is 6074 in excess of the deaths, 98,142, in the corresponding 
fommer quarter of last year ; and the rate of mortality, 2*091 per cent, 
18 below the average ; the excess in that average being due to the 
epidemics of cholera. 

A certain number of the deaths in the quarter may be set down as 
natnral deaths, and they would not have exceeded 73,533 if the mortality 
in sixty-three districts of England, by no means in unexceptionable sanitary 
condition, be taken as the standard. The 30,683 deaths in excess of that 
number are unnatural deaths, the results of causes which it is the duty of 
every member of the conmiunity to endeavour to remove. 

It is a remarkable fact that the mortality of the quarter in the small 
towns and the country parishes was above their average, to the extent of 
more than one death annually out of every 1000 living. A still greater 
excess might have been expected in the large town districts, whereas the 
reverse was observed ; the mortality having been at the rate of a in 1000 






Summary of the Quarterly Reports, 1859* 

less than the average. The summer mortality in the town districts was 
fbrmerly to that of the rest of the country as 26 to 18 ; in the last qaarter 
it was as 23 to 19 ; and the difference will undoubtedly be still less con- 
siderable when idl the dense districts are supplied with pure water, and 
with the means of returning all their refuse to tha fields as manure in an 
innoxious state. 

The deaths in London during the quarter exceed the average. The 
high temperature facilitated the decomposition of the impure refuse under 
the houses, in the streets, and in the river. Diarrhoea was unusually 
fatal all over the London area ; scarlatina and diphtheria were epidemic. 
Li the surrounding divisions the mortality was also above the average, as 
there the same diseases prevailed, with variable degrees of severity. In 
Kent diphtheria was the cause of several deaths in Brenchley near Ton- 
bridge, Aldington, Wingham, and Deal. In New Romney, of the Romney 
Marsh district, remittent fever was prevalent and fatal ; to 9 births there 
were 31 deaths. ' The deaths in Brighton amounted to 423 ; in the 
Worthing district to 84. The Broadwater Registrar says : — " Tlie deaths 

are 20 per cent, below the average, very few having occurred in the 

town of Worthing, namely, only 17 out of a population, including 
" visitors, of 8000. The deaths in the previous quarter were only 20. 
" I attribute this result principally to the complete sanitary measures 
" carried out in the town, under the supervision of the Board of Health." 
When will all the English watering places carry out " complete sanitary 
" measures," and thus assert their superiority over foreign places of 
resort ? 

The districts of Portsea Island and of Alverstoke are not naturally 
healthy ; the sites are low, and the water is probably impure ; but 
measures might be adopted for diminishing the great numbers of deaths 
from such diseases as diarrhoea. The sanitary state of the rising town 
of Southampton is not satisfactory ; 241 persons died in the district. 
Northampton and its neighbourhood are still suffering from epidemics. 
The few districts around Wisbeach have not experienced high rates of 
mortality ; but fever and diarrhoea have been very prevalent in some 
parishes. The excess of mortality in the First Ward, Colchester, is 
ascribed by the registrar " mainly to fever of a typhoid type, chiefly 
'* among patients in the Camp Hospital, to diarrhoea, and to phthisis.'' 
The mortality in the Norwich district is lower than it was ; but diarrhoea 
was common and fatal. In the East Wymer sub-district " the large 
" number of deaths (18) from atrophy seems, on inquiry, to depend on 

* improper food, from the mothers not suckling their children, as they 
" say it would interfere too much with their work." 

In the South Western Division, Wilts, Dorset, and Devon suffered 
an unusually high rate of mortality ; scarlatina, diphtheria, and small-pox 
have proved fatal in many cases. *^ Sanitary arrangements are far from 
" good in many houses " not only of Abbotsbury, where 3 deaths occurred 
in one house over drains in the worst possible condition, but it is to be 
feared in many other parts of these great counties. 

In the West Midland Counties the deaths amounted to 12,627. The 
health of several of the Stafford districts is still bad. Measles, scarlatina, 
diarrhoea, and typhus have been fatal ; in several houses of Bilston two 
and three children have been carried off by measles. " I fear," says the 
Registrar, ^' that often little notice is taken of illness until secondary 
*• symptoms appear, when medical aid is too late. Persons first apply 
'* to a druggist, and afterwards to a medical man, but not till the day 

* before death." 

The North Midland Counties have suffered in various parts from 
diphtheria ; the low marshy districts have been severely visited ; but the 
deaths (6466) do not imply in the county aggregates higher rates of 
mortalily than usual. 



Third Quarter^ — Jicjfy, AuffUit, 'September. xxv 

In Lancashirb and Cheshire the deaths (15,506) are in numbers 
below those registered in the summer quarters of the two preceding years. 
The mortality is below that of the preceding years in Liverpool, and will 
be still lower when all the required sanitary works are carried out. The 
expenditure up to the present time has borne ample fruits. 

In Yorkshire 10,986 deaths were registered. The rate of mortality 
is lower than it was. Yorkshire, lying between the Humber and the 
Tees, — ^lofty moorlands, and the German Ocean, — is now occupied by 
nearly two millions of people, living much in aggregated masses, but with 
&milies characteristically distributed in four hundred thousand separate 
dwellings. The varieties of the geological strata — the coal and iron of 
the earth — the plains and hills feeding flocks of sheep, and horses — the 
rapid hill streams, and the smooth waters easily made navigable far into 
the interior from the Humber — the position between Lancashire and 
Germany — ^between Ireland and the North of Europe — enabled a hardy 
intelligent race of men, not only to obtain all the ordinary products of the 
English soil, but to found the chief manufactories of woollen goods in the 
world. The men of the West Riding became the clothiers of mankind. 
And so intent were they on their work, that the health of the workpeople 
was sacrificed, and the race in a few generations must have degenerated. 
But a reaction set in ; Lord Shaftesbury's Bill, limiting the hours of 
children's labour, was first agitated at Bradford, and promoted actively 
by some of the heads of the leading firms. The first temperance society, 
it is said, was formed in this centre. As substitutes for insalubrious 
processes, exquisite pieces of mechanism not only card but comb the wool, 
spin it, weave it, dye it, and finally convert the fleeces of England, with 
the fleeces of Germany, and the finer wools of Australia, either alone, or 
combined with cotton, silk, and alpaca, into the finest textures ; which vie 
in beauty and utility with the furs of animals, or the gayer plumage of 
birds. The workpeople are now in average town health ; and through 
the incessant noises of machinery are often heard as the day declines 
pleasant voices singing the concerted songs of the Bradford minstrels. 

The mortality of Yorkshire, during the ten years 1841-50, was at the 
rate of 23 in 1000 ; so 6 in 1000 died in excess of the deaths out, of the 
same numbers living in comparatively healthy districts ; and the unnatural 
deaths in the ten years amounted, to 101,195. The loss of life in York- 
shire was unequally distributed ; in the North Biding the mortality was 
at the rate of 19, in the East Riding (with York) 24, and in the West 
Riding 23 in 1000. The climate of Yorkshire is not naturally unhealthy; 
in the Guisbrough District the mortality was at the low rate of 16 in 
1000^ in Easing wold it was 17, in eight districts it was 18 ; upon the 
other hand the mortality in the Hull District was at the rate of 3 1 in 
1000, Sculcoates 25, Leeds district 30, Hunslet (including parts of the 
borough of Leeds) 25 ; Bradford 25 in 1000. 

As Yorkshire chimneys do not yet consume their own smoke, it covers 
whole districts, and is necessarily consumed by the people ; its producers 
say, with medicinal efiect, which may, however, well be questioned. If 
we suppose, for a moment, all the causes of mortality suddenly to become 
visible like smoke over Yorkshire, then the disease particles will be seen 
to hang densely over Hull, Sheffield, Leeds, York, and their environs, 
less densely over the Southern Districts, and the East Districts of the 
coast, clearing as you ascend the rivers to their sources in the moors, and 
almost disappearing over Easingwold, and the Guisbrough District by the 
nde of the sea and the waters of the Tees. 

Bradford has commenced various works which have already reduced 
the mortality. In the fourteen years 1841-54 the people of the Bradford 
district died at the rate of 26 in 1000 annually ; while the mortality 
during the three years 1855-57 has been nearly at the rate of 21 in 1000. 



XXVI 



Summary of the Quarterly Reports, 1859. 



Mr. Hudson, the town clerk, has shown at the meeting of the National 
Association, that a part of this satisfactory result is fairlj referable to 
sanitary measures. The full water supply, and the rapid removal of the 
entire refuse of the town to the surrounding land, are still on hand ; and 
when these salutary measures are achieved, and others that an intelligent 
medical health officer will suggest, Bradford will realize benefits whicli all 
the county will desire to share. The race of Yorkshire men, instead of 
degenerating, will then every year grow finer; more vigorous, more 
intelligent, better. 

Fourth Quarter, — October, November ^ December, ^^S9* 

The last Quarterly Return of 1859 presents satisfactory results. The 
country has recovered from the depression of 1858, The marriages 
exceeded the usual number. A great number of ^children in excess of 
the average were born ; and, notwithstanding the severe weather, the 
mortality was nearly at the usual rate in the last quarter of the year. 

Marriages. — 100,992 persons married in the quarter that ended on 
December 31st, and the marriage-rate was 2*020. This is an increase on 
the numbers marrying in the corresponding quarter of the previous year, 
when the marriage-rate was i '930. 

Births. — The births of 170,091 children were registered in the quarter 
that ended on December 31st. The number is 12,129 in excess of the 
number registered in the corresponding quarter of the previous year. 
The birth-rate was 3 '402 ; it is the highest on record. 

689,881 children Were registered in the year, or 1890 daily. 



Tablb XVUJL — ^ENGLAND. Annual Ratb of Mobtalitt per Cent in Town and Countrt 

D1BTBICT8 m each Quarter of the Tears 1849-1859. 



lo us Dirtrictil 
and S8 Sub- 
disMets oom« • 
nisiag the 

CBXSF TOWMl 



lattMremaininff' 
Dtetriota ami 
SntMlistiieto of 
Enclaiid and 
Wmm 00m- 
priflng ohieilr 
B11AX.L T0WK8 
and GouNTET 

PAKIiHEl 



PonTLATIOH 

enumerated. 



1641 



«JB88i|K9 



9/)76,079 



1851 



8;N7/>17 



9,680,'^ 



Qnartan 
ending 



Maroh 
Jnna - 
Sept. - 
Dee. - 

Tear- 



Y«ar- 



Ahkuai* Batb of HoftTALiTT per Cent, in each Qnarter of the Yean 



1849 



9-748 

9*M6 
4*108 
9-491 

9*998 




9*111 



9*229 
9*170 
9*lOft 
1*963 



1850 



9*408 
9*299 
9*207 
2*827 

9*291 



1851 



9*695 
9*4^9 
2*847 
2*49U 

9*486 



1*900 1*048 



9*1J» 
1*995 
1*670 

rsos 



1859 



9*625 
2*410 
2*570 
2*400 




2*128 
2*028 
1 'TM 
l'9ti» 



2-124 

rtK2 
ryoo 



1853 



2*830 

2*530 
2*807 
2*638 

2*575 



2*033 



9*423 
2'18R 
1008 
1-834 



1854 



2*746 
2*4A3 
8*049 
2*680 

9*736 



9*004 



2- 170 
1-085 
1-8.-.7 
2001 



1855 



8*119 
2*409 
2*006 
2*291 

2*466 



2*008 



2*710 
2 ISO 
IftM 
1-792 



1856 



2*491 
2*389 
2*265 
2*353 

2*870 



1*771 



1*021 
1-879 
1-584 
I'CiM 



1857 



2-626 
2-380 
2-492 
2-682 

9*527 



1-877 



9' 016 

rH7A 

I -701 
1-909 



1858 



2*805 

2-STf, 
2*885 

2*655 



9'OOG 



2'399 
l*irr4 
l*6»i« 
1*96*2 






2*718 
2*424 
2-587 
2-581 

2*568 



1-970 



2-296 
2-089 
r750 
1-879 



9*«4» 
9*944 
9*991 
9-808 



9* 



9'on. 



9*ir» 

9-061 

1*! 

2- 



Hamea of the 125 DiBtrlcts and 28 Snb-dUtriets coniprbfng the chief towns s—AII the Distrieta of London (30), and Kingstoo, 
BIdunood, Orareaend, Medwajr, Eaat and West Maidstone Sub-districts, Canterbarj, Thanet, Hastings, Brighton, Portaea 
lalaad, Alrerstoke (Qosport), Sonthampton, Winchester Snb -district. Heading, Brentford, Edmonton, St. Clement Snb- 
dlstriot, Headington, Oxford, Northampton, Cambridge, West Hum, Colchester, Burj St. Edmunds, Ipswich, Yarmouth, 
Norwidi, King*s Lynn, Melksham, SaUsbury, Exeter, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Stoke Damerel (Deronport), Bednith, 
Bath, Bedminster Sub-district, Bristol, Clifton, St. Nicholas Oloucester, and St. John the Baptist Glouoesler Sub-distriets, 
Chaltenham, Hereford City Sub-distriet, Shrewsbury, Wolstaoton, Stoke-upon-Trent, Wolreritampton, WaLwII, Wast 
Bimnwleh, Dudley, Stourbridge, Woroeeter, Birmingham, Aston, Corentry, Leicester, Lincoln Home Sub-distr!ct, Badford, 
Nottinghain, Derby, Stockport, East Maoclestleld, West MaoelosBeld, and Sutton Sub-districU, Chester Castle and 
Cheater Cathedral Sub-distriots (Great Bougbton), Lirerpool, West Derby, Wigan, Warrington, Lei^h, Bolton, Bury, 
Bartoft-upon-Irwell, Chorlton, Salford, Manchester, Ashton, Oldham, Rochdale, Haslingden, Burnley, Blaokbom, Preston, 
Todmofden, Huddersfleld, Halifax, Bradford, Hun^lct, Leeds, Dcwsbury, Waketield, Ecdesall Bierlow, Shettield, Bootham, 
HicUagata, and Wahngate Sub-districts (York), Sculcoatei, Hull, St. Oswald and St. Nicholas Sub-di»tricts (Durham). 
Hoaghion-4e-Spring, Sunderland, South Shields, Gateshead, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tynemouth, St. Ctethbert and St. Maty 
8ab-distriota (Carlisle), Merthyr Tydfil, and Llantrafelach and Swansea Sub-districts (Swansea). 

The three months January, February, Maroh, contain 90, in leap year 91 days ; the three months April, 3fay, June, 91 
da^s; eaohof the last two quarters of the year, 92 days. For this inequality a eorreotioa has been made in the caleulatioiM, 
•too for tbe difiereneo between 868 and 865*25686 dayii and 866 and 866*95636 days in leap year. 



fourth Quarto: — October, November, December. xxvii 

IiKretue of JPopulation. — The births exceeded the deaths by 60,737, 
mnd that was therefore nearly the Datural iocrease of the population in 
92 days. Thus the population of England and Wales increased at the 
rate of 660 daily ; and the probable natural increase of the population of 
the United Kingdom was 990 daily. 

In the year the Mcess of births over deaths was 349,100, or 682 daily 
in England And Wales ; in the United Kingdom the natural increase must 
have exceeded 1000 daily. 

Tablm XIX. — The Atsuob Pdicb* of Consols, of Wheat, of Mbat, and of Fota- 
toes; alio the ArBRxoE Quahtitt of Whrat sold sod imported Weeklj, in eaek 
of the Yean, and in each Quarter of the Years 1S5S-1S&9. 



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85-118 






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zzriii Summari/ of Qa Quar^ly Beporli, 1859. 

34,1 18 emigranta sailed from the porta of the United Eingdnm at whicli 
there are Government emigration officers, and about 9894 of them were 
of English origin. During the year 120,433 emigrants sailed from our 
shoroa, of whom about 40134^ were English, 13,077 Scotch, 62,841 Iriafa, 
and 5269 were foreigners. 

Prices, the Weather, and Pauperiam. The prices of food, the weather, 
and the state of employment inQuence, to a certain extent, the births, 
deaths, and marriages of the population. 

Wheat was sold at tlie average rate of 434. 4<f. a quarter during the 
last thirteen weeks of the year 1859 ; in the corresponding weeks of 
1857 and 1858, the price was 53*. and 41*. prf. The price of this great 
article of food fluctuated little, and has been moderate during the lost two 
years. The average price of beef by the carcase at Leadenhall and 
Newgate markets was 5 jd., of mutton 5^. a pound. The price of meat 
fiuctuates less than the price of bread ; but taking the mean of the two 
articles, the price has followed the same course as the price of wheat. 

Table XX. — Me*ji AmciL^VAi-nE of Mbteoboloqical ELB»ntKta 



Euia, Elabnok 



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11 


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FourtJi Quarter. — October y November, December. xxix 



So the price of potatoes, which fluctuates largely, and has an evident 
effect on the public health, was 140^., Sys. 6iL, and 102s. 6d. a ton in the 
last thirteen weeks of the three years 1857, i^^S, and 1859. 

The meteorology of the season was remarkable for its excesses of heat 
and cold. Very severe weather set in on October 21st ; it was followed 
by a warm week (November i8t-8th) ; then the cold weather returned, 
and became intense, the temperature falling all over the country below 
the freezing point of water (32°), and in many places descending below 
lo^ At Norwich the low point of 1° was observed ; at Holkham 3*8®; 
at Lampeter 2® below tero. The weather after December 23d, became 
again unusually warm until the end of the year. The rain-fall was 
8*7 in. ; or i*6in. above the average of the season. Nearly 26 in. of 
rain fell in the year ; or half an inch in excess of the average. In the 
four previous years the rain-fall was deficient 

Pauperism has gradually declined ; the average number of paupers in 
receipt of relief during the last thirteen weeks of 1857-8-9, were 
respectively 859,756, 82(^655, and 793,391- 





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Fairligbt. 
LittieBridy. 




-JU 


S-4 


0-7 


83 


588 


0-4 


7 


6 


6 


11 


5*4 


196 


381 




'flM 


s-e 


01 


82 


540 


1-8 


6 


8 


9 


9 


4'1 


197 


44-2 


Barnstaple. 




*an 


s-« 


01 


88 


538 


01 


6 


8 


7 


11 


5-6 


185 


80-7 


Aldorshot Camp. 




*^aiA 


S*4 


01 


83 


540 


11 


7 


6 


6 


11 


51 


192 


38*0 


Clifton. 




*sii 


8-4 


0-9 


80 


540 


■ • 


7 


6 


5 


10 


6-4 


180 


80*0 


Royal Obaenr., Greonwieb. 




-SIS 


%'S 


1-0 


81 


538 


• • 


7 


5 


7 


11 


6*4 


176 


30*4 


St. John's Wood. 




*SM 


»-» 


0-7 


84 


541 


■ • 


• • 








# • 


156 


23*4 


Guildhall. 




*SB 


31 


1-S 


83 


540 


• • 


5 


'8 


"s 


i2 


• • 


149 


24 9 


Whitehall. 




*SBi 


S'4 


0-0 


80 


540 


• • 


5 


6 


7 


12 


51 


162 


271 


Camden Town. 




aoe 


%'S 


0-8 


83 


512 


0*5 


6 


5 


7 


12 


5*8 


157 


28 2 


Batteraea. 




-JH 


S-4 


11 


77 


540 


• • 


7 


6 


5 


12 


• • 


123 


22*7 


Padding*on. 
KosemU. 




-sn 


8-5 


0-T 


85 


589 


1-7 


6 


10 


8 


6 


61 


163 


28-9 




^^^ 


81 


01 


S3 


540 


2-0 






# ^ 


• ' 


6*9 


145 


27-0 


Oxford. 




•»» 


S-3 


09 


81 


537 


0*8 


*6 


's 


7 


11 


6 


158 


31*8 


Great Berlchampatead. 




-soo 


8-8 


09 


80 


538 


9 


7 


4 


9 


10 


61 


• • 


• • 


HartweU Hoom. 




-JBO 


8-5 


9 


81 


536 


10 


7 


5 


7 


11 


6-6 


133 


21*6 


Bartwell Keetorj. 




'•• 


ST 


0*7 


87 


541 


11 


7 


5 


5 


18 


6-8 


161 


28-3 


Qloooetter. 




fK 


8*4 


01 


81 


537 




7 


2 


9 


18 


6*9 


228 


25*8 


Royston. 




'in 


8*3 


01 


84 


541 


61 


7 


5 


8 


10 


6*2 


• • 


22-4 


Cardington. 




*SM 


8*5 


0-5 


88 


584 




7 


8 


8 


12 


• • 


154 


84-1 


Aspler. 
Hereford. 




*SB 


8*7 


OT 


85 


5S9 




7 


7 


8 


7 


61 


148 


25*8 




"MS 


S-7 


0-4 


90 


530 


21 


6 


5 


10 


10 


6*3 


179 


44-3 


Lampeter. 




-«IT 


8-S 


0-8 


84 


542 


1-5 


5 


5 


10 


10 


61 


120 


24*8 


Norwich. 




*SSD 


8-8 


0-8 


81 


541 


0*4 


6 


10 


8 


6 


6-7 


177 


222 


Grantham. 




*SB 


81 


01 


81 


540 


1*7 


6 


8 


10 


11 


5-4 


149 


28*1 


BelToir Gaaito. 




"SH 


81 


1-4 


78 


541 




• • 






• « 


• « 


162 


24-5 


Derby. 
Holliham. 




*9B 


8-8 


0-7 


88 


510 


i'l 


• • 






• • 


6*7 


152 


26-8 




*■■ 


SI 


01 


80 


539 


08 


»• 


• • 


• • 


« • 


81 


157 


22*4 


Nottlncham . 




'Si 


81 


0-7 


8S 


535 


11 


5 





8 


12 


6-6 


126 


29*9 


Hawarden. 




*a»i 


8-4 


0*8 


81 


5;w 


1-1 


• • 








7 


158 


25*6 


Liverpool. 
Mandiester. 




*SB 


31 


0*8 


83 


541 




4 






12 


61 


184 


82-7 




-S5 


s-a 


0-9 


81 


541 


• • 


4 






14 


61 


189 


85 


Wakefield, i 




'tn 


8*1 


1*2 


74 


540 


1*7 


7 






9 


7-2 


167 


26*5 


Leeds. 




•SH 


81 


0-8 


85 


587 


01 


7 






10 


7*4 


204 


31*6 


Stonyhortt. 




-sw 


81 


01 


81 


548 


• • 


5 






18 


• • 


187 


201 


York. 




-su 


81 


0-4 


90 


043 




6 






10 


• • 


162 


15*1 


Scarborongh. 




-SIS 


SI 


0-4 


00 


541 


ii 


6 






11 


51 


159 


29*0 


Islo of Man. 




'SI 


S-1 


01 


80 


549 


1-8 


4 






12 


5-2 


150 


44-4 


St. Paul's PanoBtfV. 




-s* 


S'l 


1-0 


78 


542 


11 


6 






12 


4-6 


901 


27*2 


Bywell. 




•*• 


S'S 


0-7 


83 


525 


11 


e 






18 


6*2 


278 


501 


Allenheadf. 


I- 


SI 


06 


JL 


544 


11 


* 


4 


7 


11 


59 


166 


411 


North Shields. 



c a 



XXX Summary qf the Quarterly Reports, 1 859. 

State of the Public Health. — 109,354 deaths were registered in tbe last 
quarter M the year 1859, and the mortality was at the rate of a* 187 per 
cent, per annum. This is slightly above the aiferage rate j but is much 
betow the rates in the corresponding quarters of the two previous years 
(a'a63 and a'4oo). 

lu the last year 440,781 deatlis were registered! and the mortality 
was at the rate of a ■ 33a per cent. ; or rather more than aaj died out of 
1000 living. 

By a careful induction, drawn from an extensive series of observations 
on various portions of the population, it appears that the deaths should 
not have exceeded 323,616 in the year, at what may be provisionally 
called the natural rate, actually prevailing in sixty-three districts of the 
country. The 118,165 deaths in excess of this number were, therefore, 
unnatural deaths. 

If we divide the population into two nearly equal parts, the town popu- 
lation, it is found, died at the rate of nearly 25 in cooo; the country 
population at tbe rate of 19 in 1000 ou an average during ten previous 
autumn quarters. In tbe last quarter the mortality of the towns was 
between one and two in 1000 below the average. This reduction may be 
fairly referred to the full employment of tbe people in tlie manufacturing 
districts, and to tlio partial sanitary improvements which Lave been made 
in several large towns. That it is not the effect of the weather, or of 
any universal cause, is proved by tbe fact that in the country and small 



Tablb XXL — TSxix AnrnAL Yaldb of METEoaoLOotciL ELBUEim in the 





PUILUU 

or 

Latiiiisi. 


BUODUtK. 


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1858 - 

1859 - 


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Fourth Qaarter. — Oclobtr, Noctniber, December. ^rrri 

town districts tho mortality rose from the average of 19 to 20 deaths out 
of I003 living. 

The diseases of the lungs were unusually fatal, in consequence of the 
■evoritj of the weather ; and the new form of tliroat disease (diphtheria) 
has caused much sickness, and in Home places has destroyed many lives. 

Fever hds also been unusually prevaleni in certain districts. Patholo- 

f lists now distinguish three kinds of fever which have been hitherto cod- 
ounded together; and are still apparently undistinguished by a certain 
nnmlKT of medical practitioners. The typhoid fever, or typhia as it may 
be called to distinguish it from typhus, Dr. South wood Smith, Dr. Uur- 
chison, and others have shown is a kind of night-soil fever. It was the 
cause of many deaths in families during the quarter. Thus in the sub- 
district of Lyncombe, near Bath, the Registrar reports five cases of 
typhoid fever at OldGeld Cottage ; three had terminated fatally, and 
uiother death was hourly expected. The deceased young ladies, aged 
]p, 18, and 15, were the daughters of a lieutenant-colonel, who expressed 
his conviction that imperfect drainage was the cause of his most dis- 
tressing toss. This fever has prevailed at Bedford ; rich and poor have 
been afiectcd. Twenty-six deaths from it have happened in the town 
during the last three months. People are suddenly attacked with con- 
tiderable irritability of the bowels ; tenderness of the right iliac region, 
gurgling of the bowels, the eruption of rose-coloured spots, delirium, and 
sometimes perforation of Uie intestines follow. Relapses are frequent. 



■ 1BA6, 18S7, 1838, and 1859, for different P«s4llbls of Latitudb. 





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Summary of the Quarterly Rq>orts, 1859. 



Foul cesspools are numerous in the town, and the drainage is very defec- 
tive. T^ soil is mostly graveUj, porous, and affected by soakage. Water 
contamination is frequent. A wheelwright's wife, aged 37, died of the 
fever on October 31st; a labourer's wife, aged 25, on November i6th ; 
a dairyman's son, aged 23, on December 7th ; a physician's daughter, 
aged 20, on December 15th; a captain's daughter, aged 18, on December 
1 8th; a dealer's son, aged 26, on December 21st; and the curate, aged 
24, died of the same low fever, with hemorrhage, on December 28th. 
These tragical losses would undoubtedly be less frequent, nay would not 
be sustained, if the earth, air, and water of the town were effectively 
purified. More than fifty cases of the fever occurred in the small village 
of Hartfield (East Grinstead, Sussex), where the drainage has been much 
neglected and the sanitary arrangements of the houses generaUy are bad. 
The fever has been very prevalent at Newport, and its neighbourhood, 
in the Isle of Wight; it destroyed 13 lives. At Lemsford, in the Hatfield 
district, on the banks of the Lea, several persons were attacked, and two 
died. When this disease enters a house it generally attacks several 
members of the same family. The Registrars cite instances. The intro- 
duction of the disease can sometimes be traced ; thus, a woman went to 
Yarmouth to nurse her daughter, who died, and was brought to Billing- 
ford to be buried. Afterwards the mother, a daughter aged 24 years, 
and a son aged 14 years, died of the same fever. Two more members of 
the family were attacked, but are now better. The house stands apart) 
and the disease has not extended to any other family. Portland is 
crowded by men employed in the Grovernment works ; and yet patients 
suffering from small-pox, measles, or typhoid fever are, the Registrar 
cpmplains, distributed in private lodgings, among the inhabitants ; he 
has registered one death by fever. Other illustrations of the fatal pre- 
valence of typhoid fever will be found in the registrars' Notes. 

Cholera and diarrhoea have proved fatal in the Pontefract sub-district. 
In Glass Houghton, a township of about 200 inhabitants, 12 deaths 
were registered in 17 days (Oct. ist-i7th); they all died of cholera and 
diarrhcea. The dwellings in which the disease raged were badly ven- 
tilated, and in a low damp locality. Of the same diseases 15 persons died 
in Castleford and Whitwood. The people had been allowed to deposit 
dung and other offal near a well which supplied the streets to which the 
disease was mainly confined ; and the heavy rains had washed the dirt 
into the water. 

The returns afford evidence of the efficacy of sanitary measures. Thus 
the fever which had prevailed some time in the camp at Colchester, 
continued during October and November. An inquiry was instituted ; 
sanitary measures were probably adopted, and no death from fever 
occurred in camp or town during December, which was unusually healthy. 
The great diminution in the mortality of Bristol is ascribed in part to the 
comparative prosperity of the working classes, but still more distinctly to 



Tablb XXn.— Metsoroloot of Grbbkwioh in the Eleven Tean 1849-1859. 



Ybam. 


Mean 

Wukfv 

Movement 

ottheAir 

in Miles.* 


Fan of 

in 
Inehes. 


Mean 

JDrynew 

of 

Atmosjihen. 


Mean 

Tertmerature 

of 

the Air. 


MSAN Temperahtrt of the AiB 
in the Qnarters endinc the last day of 




March. 


Jane. 


Sept 


Dee. 


1848 
1880 
1881 
1888 
1888 
1884 
1S66 
1856 
1807 
1858 
1859 


Miles. 
785 
781 
684 
784 
896 
887 
88H 
713 
588 
809 
598 


Inches. 
23-7 
19*8 
90-8 
84*4 
89'8 
17 -8 
911 
81*9 
81*4 
17*8 
S5'9 


8^7 
6-4 
C-8 
7*8 
80 
8-7 
5-8 
5 "7 
8-4 
6*8 
6*9 



49-9 
49-8 
49-4 
80-8 
47-8 
49*1 
46-9 
49*1 
81*1 
48*8 
80-8 


4!-9 
89-4 
41-9 
41-4 
88-1 
40-8 
84*1 
40*0 
89-8 
87*8 
48*8 


5U 
53-8 
51*5 
51-8 
51-8 
51*7 
50-8 
52*3 
88*8 
84*8 
58*7 


sto 

58-8 
59*8 
61-8 
88-5 
58-8 
80-4 
59*9 
83-3 
61*0 
88-8 




44-8 
44-7 
48*7 
48-1 
49-8 
43-7 
48-7 
44*8 
47*9 
43-8 
48*8 



* Wbew8U's AnMnonuter. 



Hecdth of London, in 1859. 



ymrm 



the improTements which have been made in the drainage, and in the 
sanitary arrangements of the citj. The Registrar of Walsall accounts for 
the decrease of deaths bj sanitary regalations. 

The increase of births and the decrease of deaths in Wilton the Registrar 
states is, in his opinion, attributable to the introduction of a new and 
superior class of cottages, in lieu of the former ill-built and badlj-ven- 
tilated dwellings of the agricultural laborers. The numerous new cottages, 
which are being built in several parishes of that sub-district, " by the 
direction of Mr. Sidney Herbert," will no doubt improve the health of the 
inhabitants. 

The improvement of the health of the laboring population of the 
kingdom is one of the most pregnant measures of defence that can be 
conceived ; and will not be overlooked by the great landed proprietors. 

At the instance of the Lords of Her Majesty's Privy Council, the Re- 
gistrars have returned the causes of many deaths in their several districts. 
The printed Notes contain many interesting facts ; the whole of the MS. 
Notes have been placed in the hands of Mr. Simon, their Health Officer, 
as they suggest important inquiries. 

Health of London in 1859. 

The weekly Tables have shown the changes of the population of London 
during each of the fifty-two weeks; and now the births, deaths, and fatal 
diseases of the year have been ascertained, our gains and our losses can 
be numbered. 

The natural increase of the population was 31,049. That was the 
excess of the registered births over the registered deaths. Besides the 
increase by natural growth, London receives other accessions ; every 
county of the United Kingdom sends its quota to the metropolis, and the 
•g&i^gate number of the immigrants, according to the best estimate, ex- 
ceeded 23,000. The probable increase of the population was 54,000 in the 
year ; or more than a thousand weehly. 

There is a further movement of the population of the metropolis: the 
natives leave in large numbers, and are replaced by persons born in other 
parts ; and ^ain, many immigrants who come to London return to their 
homes or wander elsewhere. The greatest migrations take place at the 
ages 20 to 30 ; when young people, unsettled, still maintain a connexion 
with the homes of their childhood. 

Of 19394,963 inhabitants of London of the age of 20 and upwards at 
the last census, 749,853 were born beyond its bounds. It is a vast stage, 
upon which the best of the population of the United Kingdom play their 
part, and then retire to country life, to foreign lands, or to the life beyond 
the grave. With the latter class only we have now to do in reviewing 



Table XXIIL— LONDON.-^Bibths and Deaths in the Twelre Tears 1848 to 1859. 



TEARS. 


1M8 


1849 


1860 


1801 


1862 


1858 


1854 


1865 


1856 


1857 


1858 
89013 


1869 


BIBTBS ... 


71880 


796U 


74564 


78800 


8IS6O 


83354 


84885 


85583 


87480 


89en 


03900 


DEATHS - - - 


57771 


68756 


48M0 


55488 


54638 


60060 


73607 


61943 


67274 


50106 


64006 


61860 


ElMW of BniTBt) 

oTtr Deaths 


1S909 


8856 


S3614 


83818 


86618 


82185 


111AH 


38590 


80156 


80474 


94019 


tvm 


(Hales - 
Bamis "< 

(Femiles - 


Mt71 
85000 


87168 
834i4 


87907 
86657 


40056 
88844 


41388 
88863 


43183 
40123 


42988 
41897 


43501 
43081 


44410 
48080 


45885 

48692 


45847 
48668 


47880 
45178 


DSATB '< 

( Fsmsles - 


S0418 
S6S58 


84168 
34568 


84684 
S4316 


28140 
37348 


38068 

26575 


30658 
20217 


37151 
36546 


81354 
80588 


29076 
28196 


29769 
29S34 

23-90 


88579 
81514 


8U7r 
80388 


Aasust. X0&TAI.ITT 
ptfUOO ... 


Sf'88 


80'06 


80*94 


33 40 


83-47 


24*41 


2988 


34-06 


21-78 


98'56 


3r8i 



XXXIV 



Health oflAmdon in 1869i 



rapidly the diseases, the crimes, the negligences, and the accidents which 
have prpved fatal. 

The population of London in the middle of the year 1859 was probably 
2,774,338 ; comprising about 1,299,602 males, and 1,474,736 females; for 
there are 175,134 more females than males. This is the result of the 
excess of female over male immigrants, and of the higher mortality to 
which men are exposed. 

The number of children whose births were registered in the fifty-two 
weeks amounted to 92,909 of whom 47,330 were boys, 45,579 girls. Thna 
the boys born exceeded the girls by 1751. The births were at the rate 
of 1787 weekly, 255 daily. The births exceeded by 3897 the births in 
the previous year, and by 26,158 the births registered in 1845. 

The destruction of life proceeds on the same scale of grandeur : 61,860 
of the inhabitants of London died ; so if the dead of this single year 
could be brought to life, they would people a large city. 

The deaths were at the rate of 1 190 weekly, 170 daily. 

31,577 males and 30,283 females died. The deaths do not increase at 
the same rate as the births ; yet their numbers have increased since 1845^ 
when the deaths of 24,836 males, 24,082 females, were registered. 

Upon comparing the deaths with the estimated population, it is found 
that to 100,000 living, 2230 died in the year; the average deaths of the 
last eighteen years being 2439. Thus the mortality is nearly at the rate 
of 22 in 1000, in lieu of 24 in 1000. 

The number of births varied weekly ; 1980 children, the greatest 
number, were registered in the fourth week of January ; 1578, the least 
number, were registered in the last week of September. The first number 
is 200 above, the last number 202 below, the average. The deaths flue- 
tuated differently ; in a week of June, towards the middle of the year, 
they fell to 913, and in a week of October to 902, or 283 below the 
average ; in the last week of December they rose to 1677, or 492 above 
the average. The reproductive force thus acts most steadily ; the destruc- 
tive forces having a greater range, and while they allow the mortality 
to subside to some extent below, raise it at intervals much above the 
average. 

The mortality was raised above . the average by the extremely cold 
weather of January and December ; the mean temperature of the two first 
weeks was low (35*^ and 39**), and the deaths rose to 1338 and 1429 ; 
again, the temperature fell in the two last weeks but one of December 
to 28°, ^s^j »»<i the deaths rose to 1548 and 1677 in the two weeks 
following. 

Heat in our temperate climate also affects the mortality, and whenever 
the mean daily temperature rises above 60® diarrhoea and other bowel 
affections prove fatal to great numbers in London. Thus in the second 



Table XXIV.— LONDON.—Dbaths in Public Ikstitutioiis, 1852-59. 



Total Dsatbs in Public iNiTiTcmoifi - 

iMWOftKnOUSKl ...... 

Peuoxs -----.- 

MiLlTA&T AMD KATAL ASTLDMl 
GSNSftAL UOSPITAU - . . . . 
HOCPITALS TOE SPECIAL DlIIAICt . 

iWonittx ' ^ 
Chfldren . 
ViLiTA&T AND Natal HotPiTALt - 
Hospitals and Astlumi pok Fo&iiomku 
Lunatic AiTLUMt ..... 



1862 



6479 



4800 

106 

83S 

2947 

299 

7 

98 

183 

31 

859 



1853 



10116 



B955 

106 

849 

9670 

261 

18 

29 

968 

80 

400 



1864 



12046 



C819 

185 

819 

3416 

896 

20 

48 

441 

87 

465 



1866 



11810 



6552 

71 



2056 

441 
27 
40 

404 
64 

486 



1866 



10681 



8797 

81 

804 

2859 

619 

14 

81 



1857 



61 
840 



10079 



5n4 

71 

285 

8006 

888 

11 

28 

180 
68 

692 



1868 



10004 



8535 

87 

817 

8004 

972 

U 

89 
911 

88 
429 



1869 



40 
807 



481 
88 
81 

W 
46 

881 



Health of London in 1859. 



XXXV 



week of July the mean temperature rose to 71**, with a daily range of jo"*; 
the registered deaths rose to 1400 in that week, and to i6oj deaths in 
the week following, when the mean temperature remained the same within 
two degrees. The mortality rose from June, now the healthy month of 
Liondon, to July, and then gradually subsided with the temperature until 
October, another healthy month of the year. 

The effects of cold on the system appear to be direct and immediate ; 
but the morbid processes to which they give rise, chiefly affecting the 
Inreathin^ apparatus, only terminate fatally after a certain number of days. 

The effects of a high temperature are sometimes immediate, as is notably 
the case in sun-stroke, or heat apoplexy as it has been called ; and as the 
Ices of caloric by the system is greatly diminished, less of the combustible 
matter is consumed, so certain diseases are generated within ; while others 
&re produced by the changing organic matter in the air and water. 

During the latter part of the year the chief masters and the men in the 
building trades of London were in a state of open war. The masters 
doeed their establishments on August 6th, and afterwards only employed 
men who would sign a document. The men refused, to the number, it 
was said, of 20,000. The conference of the trades societies distributed 
certain sums among their members ; and in the sixth week as many as 
14,000 of them received allowances. These allowances were, however, 
inadequate ; the means and credit of many failed ; the small shopkeepers 
instead of 9^ or 10/. took no more than 2/. or 3/. a week from the families 
of the workmen. The distress became in some cases urgent, yet the 
straggle was protracted through the rest of the year. The wives evidently 
thoagh't their husbands in the right and suffered with them the pangs of 
hanger. A relieving officer thus writes September ist : " I visited this 
*^ man's lodging. He was out, but his wife was in bed, with scarcely a rag 
" to cover her, evidently gradually sinking from want. The room con- 
^ tained scarcely an article of furniture, and presented a most destitute, 
" neglected, and dirty appearance. She said, « We are starving, sir ; we 
*• have neither lire nor food.' * Why,' I replied, * does not your husband 
" go to work V * What,' she exclaimed with considerable energy, * to 
" become worse than a slave!* "• 

This distress produced ultimately a sensible effect on the mortality of 
the men and their wives. As long as there was bread, the poor children, 
however, apparently had it ; until weakened, cold, ill-clad, they at last 



Table XXV.— LONDON.— Deaths and Metboboloot, 1848-59. 



Total 


Mean 


Dryneas 


Fan 


Xomber 


Tam- 


of 


of Baia 


•r 


paratura 


Atmo- 


In 


DcatlM. 


of Air. 


■lAera. 


In«hM. 



Mean 
Weekly 
Amuont 
of 
Hori- 
sontal 
Move- 
ment 
of the 
Air. 



wmi 




00*8 





10-1 


fVM 


49*9 




88-7 


4nM 


49*8 




19*8 


1M88 


4»-4 




90-S 


M088 


W6 




84-4 


•006t 


41 -8 




89-8 


TSTOf 


49 1 




17-8 


CIMS 


48*9 




81- 1 


fra74 


491 




81-9 


ieioa 


Si'l 




81-4 


wm 


49-9 




17-8 


eiMo 


80-8 




88*9 



MileB. 
1018 

785 

781 

884 

784 

808 

887 

888 

718 

868 

800 

898 



WXBKLT ATSKAQB OF 1850. 



1859 



Firrt 
Quarter 

Second 
Quarter 

Third 
Quarter 

Fourth 
Quarter 



Number 


Mean 
Tem- 


ATerage 
daily 


Dryneu 


FaU 


of 


pera- 


Bange 


of 


of Bain 


Deaths 




of 


Atmo- 


in 


weekly. 


ture 
of Air. 


Tem- 
perature. 


■phere. 


Inobes. 



Amount 
of 
Bori- 
aontal 
Move- 
ment 
of the 
Air 
Ineadi 
Week. 



{ 1848 
]• 1058 
]• 1888 
} 1810 



o 





O 




48-8 


188 


50 


0*20 


54-1 


800 


7*1 


0'40 


88'9 


81-4 


8-7 


0*55 


48-1 


18-8 


8-4 


0*55 











Stt 



871 



* Times, 3d September 1859. 



xxxvi Health of London m 1859. 

died in unusual numbers as the severe weather came on towards the close 
of the year. 

In recording the fatal results of this conflict we must regret its origin, 
and express a hope that for the future a better understanding and a more 
friendly relation will subsist between masters and men. 

The mortality in 100,000 living was at the rate of 2,230 deaths from 
all causes ; of which 607 were by diseases of the zymotic class. 

It may be instructive to compare the fatality by some of the diseases 
of London now and in the seventeenth century. In the twenty years 
1660-79 the mortality in Southwafk and in the city within and without 
the walls was at the rate of 7 or 8 per cent. 5 so the mortality within the 
BiUs may be set down at the rate of 7000 annually in every 100,000 
living, of which 3400 were by zymotic diseases. 

The diseases were not always distinguished accurately. But by putting 
them in groups, any fallacy from this source will be obviated, and the 
decrease of some of the worst forms of mortal disease will be placed 
beyond doubt. To render the comparison easy, the number living is 
taken to be the same in the two periods, 100,000 in 1660-79 and in 1839. 
The annual deaths by small-pox were 357 in the first period, 42 in the 
second period ; by measles 40 and 47 in the two periods. Medical science 
was imperfect, and the science existing in that century was very imper- 
fectly applied. Croup and scarlatina were not generally recognized, but 
were confounded with measles and fever. The mortality by fever, con- 
tinued or remittent, and ague was at the rate of 749 and 59 in the two 
periods ; or including scarlatina, quinsy, and croup, the mortality was 759 
and 227. Thus a person was in four times as much danger of dying 
of these diseases at the Restoration as a person living in London now. 
Women are not yet entirely exempt from peril in child-bearing ; the mor- 
tality by that disease is now 17, it was then 86. Again a few (8) in 
100,000 die now of dysentery ; then, out of the same number, 763 died 
annually of that disease. By diarrhoea, a milder form of disease, 1 1 died 
then, 120 die now ; cholera was fatal in 1859 to 7, and in the 20 years 
(1660-79) to 130 annually. Syphilis was twice as fatal as it is, the 
numbers being 21 and 12. Scurvy and purpura bear testimony to the 
imperfect nutrition of the population ; the annual deaths were then 142 
and are now 2. Vegetables, fruit, and fresh meat, could with difficulty 
be procured in winter. Worms and all parasitic creatures that crawl 
over, bite, and prey on the body of man, were prevalent ; 10 deaths were 
ascribed to worms. 

Dropsy, a result and sign of scurvy and fever, was exceedingly fatal ; 
298 died of that disease then, and 26 now. Apoplexy, paralysis, epilepsy, 
affections of the brain, and suicide, are more fatal now, according to the 
returns, than they were, in the proportion of 57 then to 151 now. 

Consumption and diseases of the breathing organs were uncommonly 
fatal; 1079 then and 611 now are the figures of the mortality. Diseases 
of the digestive organs were fatal then and now in the proportion of 146 
and 95. Stone and diseases of the urinary organs are now as fatal as 
they were then ; the deaths being 21 and 30. Children were rapidly 
cut down; of convulsions and teething 11 75 died then, 136 — too many 
— now. 

Of the violent deaths, some are now more frequent, as the forces by 
which they are occasioned are greater; of fractures and wounds 19 died 
then, 25 now ; of poison, more accessible, 2 now and then only one ; of 
burns, as fires are probably more common, and dresses more inflammable, 
now 13, then 3; drowning and suffocation were then twice as fatal (23 and 
20) as they are (10 and 10) in the present day. 

5 in 100,000 of the people were executed then annually; now one in 
the whole population. 



Health of London in 1859. xxxvii 

In addition, the inhabitants of London were then destroyed by the 
terrible plague ; which, upon an average of the twenty years, carried off 
1 13 2 lives. 

In 1665 nearly a third of the population perished by plague. It is 
difficult to conceive this frightful destruction of human life ; the imagina- 
tion, the wailing notes of writers, the detaib of Defoe in a work which 
would have immortalized any writer, fail to bring all the horrors before 
our minds. 

The mortality was at the rate of seven per cent, on an average during 
the twenty years. If the mortality of London had been at the same rate 
in the last year, instead of 61,869 about 194,200 deaths would have been 
roistered. 

The plague was the more appalling as the mortality overwhelmed the 
people in particular years; thus the burials from 15,356 in 1663, rose to 
97,306, "whereof 68,596 were by plague," in 1665 ; and this was equi- 
valent to more than 600,000 deaths by plague in the present population 
of London. In the third week of September 8297 deaths were registered, 
which represents a rate of mortality equivalent to about 85,000 deaths in 
a week on the actual population of London. 

In these recurring plagues vast numbers of people fed in panic terror 
from the fatal city ; servants and workpeople were discharged in great 
numbers ; commerce was paralyzed ; few ships ventured up the river, and. 
merchant vessels were occupied by their owners as asylums on the water. 
Sextons, gravediggers, bearers, bellmen, and drivers of death-carts were 
in demand. The dead were buried indiscriminately ; some bodies lay in 
forsaken houses, others across the paths in the streets, no longer traversed 
by carts or coaches. At the end of the summer, grass was growing in 
Bishopsgate-street and Coruhill, where the people thronged no longer. 
The loud voices, shrieks, and sobs of the delirious, the desolate, and the 
dying were heard in the streets ; at times too disturbed by reckless 
revellers, and by raving patients, who had escaped from their dwellings, 
converted into prisons. For according to the regulations ''infected 
houses " were shut up ; a red cross and " Lord have mercy upon us !" 
were inscribed on their portals ; while watchmen jealously guarded the 
doors. These quarantine regulations were at first rigidly carried out, and 
were only gradually abandoned when they were found useless, pernicious, 
and impracticable. 

It is of some use to ask whether these past occurrences possess merely 
a historical interest for the inhabitants of London. Are the diseases of 
those times ever likely to recur ? The answer must be : — undoubtedly 
they will recur, if their causes come again into action ; and not otherwise. 
If a comet — if the stars — if volcanic action — if some mystical telluric 
influence destroyed the population of London at the rate of 7 per cent, 
annually, and at times in paroxysms at the rate of 20 and 30 per cent, in 
a single year, such powers are evidently beyond the reach of the will, 
and of all human effort. The population must resign itself to its fate. 
Vesuvius may perhaps be extinguished artificially ; but the cause of the 
volcanic action which pervades the world is inaccessible.* 

All the evidence, however, goes to show that comets, stars, and volcanic 
action had as much to do with the mortality of the population of London 
in the seventeenth century as with the mortality of the British troops in 
the Crimea ; and no more. The supply of food, and particularly of vege- 
table and fresh animal food, in certain seasons of the year, was defective, 
80 that a large portion of the population became scorbutic. The houses 
were nearly as close and dirty as the houses now are in Constantinople 
and Cairo ; the water supply was imperfect, as London Bridge works and 
Hugh Middleton's New River were for many years unappreciated. Water 

* See the History of Epidemics by Hecker, and the ingemons book of Mr. Paridn. 



xxxviii 



Great Britain, 



lias in itself little attraction for people unaccustomed to ablution. Para- 
sitic insects and diseases of the skin betrayed its impurities. The dirt of 
the houses struck foreigners. The sewers were imperfect ; and the soil 
gave off marsh malaria in some parts, and in others was saturated with 
the filth of successive generations. 

The high rates of mortality which then prevailed still attend cholera 
and current epidemics in certain localities. The nature of disease and the 
climate are still the same as they were in London before the Revolution ; 
and it is evident that if plague has disappeared, other zymotic diseases, 
but notably dysentery, scurvy, and fever, have declined. Cholera was on 
ai^ average then as fatal as it has been recently, and probably much more 
fatal than it will be again if London be supplied with pure water. 

The nation exults justly in the progress of its manufactures. But the 
progress of its manufactures is surpassed by the progress of the health of 
its capital. 

The improvement in the health of London has proceeded step by step 
with the amendment of the dietary, the drainage of the soil on which 
the houses stand, the purification of the water which the people drink ; 
with the sweetening of the air ; and with the progress of medical science^ 
which is the source of sound sanitary doctrines. 

So long as these improvements are maintained, the diseases of the seven- 
teenth century will not recur ; and all further progress is in the hands of 
the people. They can work out their own salvation^ with God's blessing. 
The causes of disease are numerous ; but every one that has hitherto been 
discovered can be to a certain extent controlled. If by persevering in 
the exact observation and analysis of the diseases of the population, 
science succeeds in bringing to light the evils of unnatural diseases still 
existing, we may hope confidently that those evils will be averted ; and 
that, rising from the Thames, the site of London, which was pronounced 
in the seventeenth century a field of blood and terror, will be a field 
of health, concourse, and security to the population of the Metropolis of 
the Empire. 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

The Returns of the Registrar General of Scotland supply us with the 
materials for determining the rates of marriage, birth, and death in Great 
Britain. 

377,700 persons married, 796,613 children were born alive, and 
502,^3^ persons died in Great Britain during the year ; so the natural 
increase of population arising from the excess of births over deaths was 
294,078. The births and deaths are not yet registered in Ireland ; but 
taking these into account, it is probable that the natural increase of 
the population of the United Kingdom exceeded 1000 a day. The 
marriage rate of Great Britain in the year was 1*650 per cent, on the 



Table XXVL — Estimated Pofulation, Marriages, Birth& and Deaths in Great 

Britain, 1S59. ^ 





Area. 


Estimated 
Population 

in the 

middle of 

the Year 

18581 


Ifaniages. 


Persona 
Married. 


Birtha. 


Deathf. 




Aorei. 


Beetart. 




BeotUnd ... 


87;»4,915 
iO/M7,4e8 


15,104^12 
8,112,627 


19,74e/)00 
8,184/HO 


167,723 
21,127 


835^446 
42,254 


689,881 
106,782 


440^ 
61,7M 


GmsAT Bmtaxn - 


47,872.877 


28,216,980 


22;98(M>40 


188,850 


877,700 


796||613 


602,586 



JTole.— The population of England and Wales has heen obtained by taking the excess of births orer deaths in 
tba 4 qvartcrs ending June 80th in each year ; the population of Scotland has been dedveed on the aMumptio9 
thalit inerMitd in 1869 at thi saoM nto M a did in each of tiM 10 years 1841-6I. 



Great Britain. 



y^^T 



population ; or nearly '098 higher than in the preyious year, when the 
rate was i' iS^* 

The birth-rate was 3'4S*> or 'J 25 higher than it was in the previous 
year. The increase of the birth and of the marriage rates is noticeable 
both in England and Scotland. 

The mortality was at the rate of 2 • 196 per cent., or less by '072 than 
the mortality (2*268) of the previous year. 

The increase of the marriage and birth rate, as well as the decrease 
in the rate of mortality, are all indications of improvement in the general 
condition of the population. 

His Royal Highness the Greneral Commanding in Chief has favoured 
me with a return of the strength of the British army abroad^ and of the 
deaths in its ranks. The mean strength was 123,709,^ and the deaths 
amounted to 4,150. Taking the due proportions for the parts of the 
army belonging to Great Britain, the mortality of the population, including 
the army abroad, was 22*02 in 1000. 

The mortality of the population of France in the same year was at the 
rate of 26*70 in 1000, which is considerably above the average of that 
Empire. M. Legoyt mentions among its principal causes the prevalence 
of dysentery, diphtheria, and of some other epidemical diseases. It will 
be observed in the Table, deduced from returns which M. Legoyt has been 
good enough to supply, that the marriage rate is rather lower in France 



PxoFoanoH per Cent of Mabbiaoes, Btbths, and Dxatbs to the Fopnlation of Great 

Britain, 1859. 





ArwOitj. 


To 100 Persons Uring. 




AOTM 


Heeten 


MarrUjCM. 


Penoiu 
Married. 


Birtha. 






DeaUif. 




to a Penon. 


2i«lMd sad Walet - - 


6*40 


•7« 
S'59 


*849 
•«74 


1*098 
1*M8 


8-4M 
8'406 


S'28t 
I'WO 


Okxat BsnrAOi - - 


%'Sl 


101 


'8i5 


1*«M 


8*48S 


1*196 



ne total arc* of a conntrj, dhrided by ite popnlatkm, giret what !• here ealled the ** Areality;" it is the 
raa to eaeh person. Tlie reciproeal giTes the ** density " of tlie population, or the population to eaeh 
, soave inQe« or other measure. 



Tabls XXVn. — Number of Deaths in the Barnsn Abht during 1856, 1857, 
1858, and 1859 (furnished to the BegUtrar-General by the Adjutant>GeneraI by direction 
of H.R.H. the Commander-in-ChieO* 



Ckirfky • 



1M 



1856 



G&BAT 
BaiTAlll. 



a 



I 



I&XLA9ri>. 



S 

14 

1 

4 



078 

lai 

SI 
194 



1«' 

if 

%9 



e 



AamoAO. 



1 
is 

|8 



8 
1 
1 

10 



87 

390 

ss 

458 



9 

04 
1 

< 

T8 



111 

3348 

131 

88 

8,906 



1857 



1858 



Ob BAT 
BaiTAIN. 



I&BLAKD. 



i 

8 



1^ 

J) 

8 






S 

8 



Abboad. 



i 

8 

S 

o 



Is 
I'' 

?8 



Obbat 

BaiTAlN. 



e 

8 



1^ 

IE 

as 

1^ 



I&bland. Abboad 



e 

8 

S 

o 



II 

II 

BE 

?| 



li 

se 

88 

SO 
35 



1859 



Obbat 

B&ITAIN. 



8 



7 
1 

85 



48S 

58 

If 

517 



175 



14 



189 



108 

4 

1 

148 



2,921 

118 
18 

3,053 



18 

9 
8 

18 



800 

153 
10 

805 



921 



80 



941 



127 

7 

8 

187 



0^1 

402 
08 

7,226 



29 


8 

81 



1 



?8 



I&KLAiri». 



▲bboad. 



789 

ir 
11 

907 



i 



17 

8 

814 



75 

4 
6 

85 



Mi 
44 



xl Ortat Britain. 

than in Great Britain ; the birth rate is mach lower, and the death-rate 
is higher ; so that the natural increase of population is less in France 
than in Great Britain. 

The births in France amounted to 1,011,787; and estimating the 
number of births in Ireland at 238,208, the births in the United Kingdom 
amounted to nearly the same number, or 1,034,821. 

The deaths in France were 972,556 ; while the deaths in the United 
Kingdom did not probably exceed 661,171. 



Tablb XXVIIL — Deaths of Officers and Men in the Armt Abroad, and EstiniiUed 
^Numbers belonging to Great Britain and to England and Wales, in each of the ^x 
Years 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857, 1858, and 1859. 



TEABS. 



Deaths of 
Officers and Men 

in the 
Army Abroad. 



18M 
18S5 
1856 
1867 
1896 
1859 



7,888 

10,810 
S^ 
8,280 
7,868 
4,150 



Estimated Xmnben in CoL S 
belonging to 



Great Britain. 



8 



4.287 
11/84 
1,498 
1,869 
4,275 
2,409 



England and 
^Vales. ' 



^496 
9,619 
1,222 
1,525 
8,488 
1,965 






The nomber of Deaths in the cols. 8 and 4 were estimated oa the assomption that the soldiers abroad belonged to 
the diilbrent parts of the British Empire in the proportions indieated in the next TaUe derired firom the Oensns 
Keport, Ooenpations, Vol. I., Sni^leKentary Tables, p. eooxlr., tL Stt Table ZXIX. 



Table XXIX. — Armt SERYiNa at Home and Abroad. 



Offleen and Uen horn in England - 

Seotland - 
Irelaad 
Foreign Parti 






(I 
it 



Total 



1851 



67^ 

15,800 

08,169 

6,754 



148,870 



It was inferred also that the 76,44) officers and men abroad in the army in 1851 should be added to the population 
of the BeTcral parts of the United Kingdom, also in the proportions indicated in the abore Table. Thus the popolatkm 
of England and Wales, at home in 1851 was 17,927,609; add the pnq>ortion of the army abroad (86496) belonging to 
England and Wales and its population beeonies 17.968,806. The estimated popnlati(m at home in 1889 was 19,746,000, 
and the population, including its share of the army abroad, was deduced from the following proportion :-* 

17,927,609 : 17,963,805 : : 19,746^ : x s 19,785,869 
Great Britain was dealt with on the same prindi^ 



Table XXX. — Annual Rate of Mortalitt per Cent per Annum, including the 

Deaths of Soldiers Abroad. 



YEABS. 



1805 
1806 
1857 
1858 
1659 



G&EAT 
BaiTAlN. 



2-287 
2065 
2*107 
2*282 
2'202 



Emolaxd and 
Walks. 



2*812 
2*068 
2*178 
8'81S 
2*S88 



Fkamci. 



2*094 
8*806 

8*823 
2*886 
2*670 



GreeU Britain. 



xU 



Thus with an equal number of births, the deaths in the United 
Kingdom were less than the deaths in France by about three hundred 
thousand. 

The salubrity of the soil and of the climate of France is unquestionable, 
and agricultural pursuits are in themselves favourable to health, but the 
system of protection has hitherto paralyzed industry in the towns ; and 
the country is generally ill-provided with sanitary arrangements. We 
shall probably speedily see the effects of freedom in improving the health 
of the French people, and shall have to struggle hard ourselves to 
maintain sanitary superiority. 



Table a xXT. — Retobn showing the Average STRenoTH of the Armt Abroad/ in the Tears 
1856, 1857, 1858, and 1859. Famished to the Begistrar-Oeneral by desire of H.R.H. the Com- 
nander-in-ChieC 





1856 


1857 


1858 


1859 




Ofllean. 


Noii> 

conuDiMkmed 

Ofllcen 

mad Men. 


OfBoen. 


Noo- 

eommbsioned 

Officers 

and Men. 


Offlcen* 


Non- 

oommiesioned 

Officers 

and Men. 


Officers. 


Vnn- 




commiMioned 

Offloere 

and Man. 


Gmtrj - - 

Aitakrj - - 


187 

9.089 

»40 

106 


8^4 


180 

8tf 
107 


8,757 

60|861 

«,408 

1,850 


818 

8,106 

856 

125 


6,061 

90,907 

8,962 

SfiOO 


806 

8,886 

848 

134 


6,948 

100,888 

9,705 

2,196 


IMftl - 


84SS 


97,099 


8JB08 


74^0 


8,900 


107330 


4,026 


119,688 



Tasle XXXIL — Ekolahd and Fsakce. Estimated Population, Beqistered Marriages, 
Births, and Deaths, in each of the Years 1855, 1856, 1857, 1858, and 1859. 





Eholand and Walks. 


Fbamcb. 




1866 


1856 


1857 


1808 


1859 


1855 


1856 


1857 


1858 


1859 




Zi^iinaM rmmlatioo 


18,786^4 


19/>i5487 


19,304397 


19,523403 


19,746300 


36418,408 


36305,792 


36392363 


.16387379 


86,496310 


Marriafei . 

Birtitt 


152418 
6S5/»43 
429^06 


169,887 
687^58 
880,506 


159397 
6683n 
41931A 


156370 
655,481 
449356 


167 J28 
689381 
440,781 


2B33M 
899359 
986388 


984385 
052416 
835317 


290319 
929332 
842361 


807318 
967338 
872322 


996309 

13U,787 
972356 



Tbt Population of England and Wales for the yean 1855-50 has boen dedaoed bj taking the excess of births orer deaths 
iiaeo 1851, when the poimlatfon wae ennmerated. 

• Aeeerding to the oflBcial Enomeration tliis Popnlation Inelodes 166,428 men, being the Effeotire Strength of the Armj 
ef the East in the Crimea in the monUi of January 1856. M. Legoyt has faToured the Registrar- General with the Retoms 
ef Fiance for the years 1856, 1857, 1858, and 1859. The population for the years 1858 and 1859 has been obtained by taking 
the OT s e ss of births orer deaths. The Census is not taken on one day in Franoe,as it is in England, and the date of the French 
Ccuas is aoC stated. 

Tte births in Fraaea are ezdnalTe of still bom. 



Table XXXIII. — Proportion per Cent, of Marriages, Births, and Deaths to the Popnlation 

of England and Wales, and in France, 1855-9. 





EiroLAND and Waum. 


Fkance. 




1855 


1856 


1857 


1858 


1859 


1855 


1856 


1857 


1888 


1859 




MlRkffM . 


•810 


•887 


*894 


•799 


•849 


•786 


•785 


•800 


-844 


•819 


Nnoaaaarried • 


1*080 


1*674 


1*648 


1*596 


1-698 


1-572 


1'570 


1'600 


1-688 


1*688 


BMa 


8-880 


8*452 


8*485 


8-857 


8*494 


2*491 


2^690 


2-562 


2*659 


2*778 


DMCbe 


2-966 


r060 


2*175 


2*308 


2*282 


2*594 


2^a06 


2*828 


2-886 


2*870 



zlii 



Births and Deaths of English Subfects ai Sea. 



BiBTHS and Deaths of English Subjects at Sea. 

I continue the return of the number of deaths which occur at sea, and 
are registered. This register is exceedingly imperfect as regards both 
our uavj and merchant service. 

The mortality, according to the returns of the Registrar General of 
merchant seamen, is at the rate of nearly a per cent (1*99), thus ex- 
ceeding the mortfditj ashore at the corresponding ages, but not differing 
much u'om the rate prevailing among persons of all ages. 



TiBLE XXXrV. — NuMBBB of BiBTHs and Deaths of English Subjects in Bbitisr 
Vessels at Sea, reported by the Captains or Commanding Officers of Vessels, and 
entered in the ** Muine Register,*' pursuant to Sections 21 and 26 of the R^istra- 
tion Act. 







TOTAI^ 


Males. 


Females. 


From 1st July 1837 to Slst Dec 1859:— 
Births at Sea - . - - 
Deaths at Sea - - - - 


950 
4477 


467 
4023 


483 
454 


Whereof were rep 
1856, 1857, 18S 

Births at Sea - 
Deaths at Sea * 


orted during the years 
►8, and 1859 : — 
ri856 

1857 

1858 
J859 

ri856 - - - 
1867 - 
1858 
1859 ... 


7« 

lOI 

112 
88 

302 

352 
390 
s66 


37 

50 

50 
37 

274 
261 
3»6 

^37 


35 

51 
62 

5« 

28 

91 
64 
29 



Table XXXV. — Mobtautt of Mebchant Seamen at Sea, in the 8 Years 1852>59.* 



TSAlfl. 



18SS 
165S 

18M 
1855 
1S56 
1857 
1858 
1850 



In the 8 yenra 
1853-50. 



Stbkkotb. 



IMJM 
171,525 
182,416 
168,587 
178,018 
176,887 
177388 
172,506 



IfiGifiU 



DKATHi. 



2,205 
8,276 
2,772 
8,818 
8,549 
8,444 
8^486 
8,480 



25,480 



MO&TAUTT. 



To 1000 liring. 



18-S 
120 
171 
19-7 
90*4 
lO'S 
19*6 
19*9 



18*7 



■ Dfdneed from a return of the nnmberof aoeoonts of wn^e* Mid rflbeta of MAinen (ezdnsire of maatert) 
ijing before the termination of the Tojage, receired by the Registrar General of Seamen. Thi« return 
doea not inelode teamen djrlnf aehore in foreign part«, whoce wages and effeete are delivered to the console 
or officers of the hospitals to which such men are sent ; aooounte of their efleete are sent direct to the Board 
of Trade. 

Certificates of Bibths, Deaths, and Mabriages. 

Certain events in the lives of men are so important, that in nearly all 
nations means are taken to register them in the memory of living 
witnesses, or in enduring records. Marriage is of this nature, for it 
founds families, and its influence extends over the future lifetimes of 



Certificates of Births^ Deaths^ and Marriages. 



xliii 



husbands, wives, children, and collateral relatives. In barbarous 
countries ceremonies, festivals, and religions rites ensure the attendance, 
and impress the memory of witnesses ; but in civilized states the art 
of writing secures bj simpler means permanent evidence, which ' 
can be preserved, transcribed, and produced in any place on any 
occasion. The place and date of a man's birth, as well as his parents' 
names and other particulars of origin, have often to be proved, and the 
contemporaneous registers supply evidence of this description of the 
utmost value. Majority is only one of the instances in which it is of 
advantage to have at hand such a ready proof of age and relationship as 
a birth register supplies. The date, plac^, and cause of death, as well as 
^e fact of death, have frequently to be proved, as in the numerous 
instances where the acquisition of property of various kinds depends 
upon the decease of its prior owners. And these facts, if accurately 
recorded in public registers, can be consulted as long as the records last^ 
or be transcribed on certificates by public officers, and produced in the 
oourts of law. 

The early genealogical tables, and the registers of baptisms and burials 
in churches, proved the practical utility of such documents ; and the 
evidence of fruitless searches all over the kingdom, of lost and of falsified 
registers, further satisfied a committee of the Hous^ of Commons, that 
great advantage would arise from a new system of registration of 
marriages, births (not baptisms), and deaths (not buriab).* '' By such 
^ an internal but most needful improvement they believe that the national 
^ honour will be promoted, [other nations having contributed more at 
" that time than £ngland to statistical science], that inestimably useful 
« information will be ensured, that great evils, afiecting all landed 
*^ property, and obstructing its descent and sale, and acquisition, will be 
^ dimimshed." The committee also perceived the other advantages 
actually accruing from the Registration Acts, which came into operation 
in 1837. 



Table XXXYL — Aqqreoate Numbeb of Names on the Registers at the End of 
each Year 1837-59 ; also the Number of Searches for Registers at the Central 
OmcB (ezclasiye of Searches in Non-parochial Registers). 



1887 
1SB8 
18» 

ISIO 
1S41 
1S4S 
1S43 
ISH 

IMS 
ISIS 
1SI7 
ISIS 
1S« 

IS50 
U51 
MflS 
18SS 
UM 

1S0 

180S 

1807 
18» 
ISW 



aggbboate number 



Of 
Penou 
nunrM. 



llSijKS 
858^009 

MM94 

844,7M 
1)068.746 
li8S7^B8 

M1S344 

S | M u, 860 

S,BS«480 
4,181,784 
4,S1<I,764 
ijUO^S 

ff;iSM44 
8<i58aiS 
V7U1S 
S|^DB8^4oS 



Of 
Births. 



184,118 
887,908 

1VSS8,780 
118M88 

8,180,002 
8|78(y65 

4,S64J88 
4JB889U 
5,876,876 
8^80,986 
6,518y094 

7,llljn6 
7,787,881 
8^51,888 
8,988J84 
9^398489 

10,888,838 
10,89**^B85 
1UB53JM 
12,909,887 
U,iB89.1lS 



Of 
DeatfeB. 



148J01 
491,461 
830,448 

1,190,188 
1,688,979 

8,2S9;»48 
8,086378 

9,986,849 
84»6JM7 
8,749,861 
4,149,894 
4/i80,588 

4|9fl9i888 
5,8M,»94 
8,768,069 
6J8SaA6 

7jmjM 
7^187470 

8^06^41 



Of 
Name* 



499,778 
M79^4M 
9,000346 

SJUTjm 
4,788368 
8388371 
6364377 
8A47471 

9397344 
10381319 
11316J71 
18388,198 
14388367 

16386J99 
16346,465 
18395,176 
19357,704 
91/>49,468 

99,414^440 
98,781378 
95,189^58 
96399^ 
98365388 



Namber 
ofSaarehM 

tor 

RegUten 

at the 

Cmtral 

OIHee. 



Not 

kooifn* 



620 
708 

744 

881 

941 

1380 

1^69 

1388 
M49 
1388 
1376 
9340 

93M 

9388 
9365 
4368 
5359 



KoTB.— Hm nmnben lofiflend in 1887 sn iir the Half Tear eadinff Deeembcr Slit. 



Report from the Select Conmiittee oo Parochial Registration, 15th August 1833. 

d 



xliv 



Certificates of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. 



The original registers are lodged in the country with the Superintendent 
Registrars, and certified copies are sent up every three months to the 
General Register Office, where they are arranged so as to be readily 
accessible to the public, who have the right to search the indexes, and to 
find out any particular entry, by paying one shilling, as well as to procure 
for two shillings and sixpence a certified stamped - copy, which the Act 
declares ** shall be received as evidence of the birth, death, or marriage 
'' to which the same relates, without any further or other proof of such 
« entry." 

The public can also search the Registers, and obtain certificates from the 
Registrars and Superintendent Registrars, as well as from theClergy ; and the 
local use of the records will, as new generations spring up, be considerable. 

In the year 1859 precisely 1415 searches were made in the non- 
parochial registers, which number about 7000, from upwards of 3600 
congregations, exclusive of 1600 Registers from the Society of Friends. 
Some of these Registers extend back to the early part of the reign of 
Queen Elizabeth. The searches at the Central Office in 1859 amounted 
to 6467 ; of which 5052 were made in the Indexes of the new Registers. 
The number of searches was few in the earlier years of Registration ; but 
it naturally increases for a time, although not in regular proportion, as the 
number of names on the Registers increase. (^See Table XXXYI.) 

Many certificates are given by the Registrars on the marriage day, and 
certificates are also sometimes given of births and deaths by the Registrar 
on the day of registration. The Birth register, however, acquires interest 
and is more in request every year at the Central Office up to the 
age of majority ; the Marriage register is most frequently consulted at 
the Central Office a year or two after the event ; and the searches of the 
Death register extend into the past ; but in numbers decreasing as we 
.proceed backwards through the avenue of years. Pulvis et umbra sumus. 
•The names, like the ashes of millions of mankind, perish; but they 
designate the links of everlasting generations ; so, besides the few thui 
attain immortality, a certain number retain their interest in connection 
with titles and property for centuries. 

Where the entry is found no certificate is required in 4^ per cent, of the 
cases of birth, 6§ per cent, of the cases of death, or ii| of the cases of 
marriage. The motives of the searches are not stated ; but it is believed 
that several of the searches for marriages, in which no certificate was 
required, were of the same kind as the searches for marriages in the 
imperfect lists which appear in the newspapers. Sometimes an anxious 
father wishes to know whether his child is married, and instances have 
occurred in which young ladies, apparently out of pure curiosity, having 
ascertained that a certain marriage had taken place in a distant part ol 
the country, indignantly refuse to accept the certificate, politely offered 
by the clerk in attendance. 



Table XXXYIL — Number of successful Seasches for Registers in 

the Year 1859. 




Pebioo 
wb«i Saardi oommeneed. 


SuocniruL Sbabchu roB 






Birthi. 


Deaths. 


MarriagM. 


Total. 






1887 to IMO • - 


m 


163 


88 


808 






1841 „ 18i5 - - 


001 


SS8 


101 


898 




, 


1848 „ 1S90 - - 


M 


848 


198 


TH 






1851 „ 18S5 - - 


«? 


498 


150 


818 


» 




1856 M 1800 «• • 

Total - - 


98 


8M 


141 


807 






Mtt 


1,888 


581 


4,188 


* > 



Certificates ofBirtAs, Deaths, and Marriages. xlv 

A great nnmber of the certificates granted at the Central Oi&ce are for 
legal purposes, and are applied for bjr solicitors. 

All the searches are not successful. In the cases of marriage, such as 
have been referred to, all that is desired is to prove a negative. And so 
it is in cases of death ; people come to ascertain whether the death, of 
a relative or of an annuitant for instance, has occurred. They apply 
to put ramours to the test. The birUis are not all registered, as the regis- 
tration is unfortunately not compulsory ; and the defect was greatest in 
the earlier years over which searches extend. The Clergy at first 
imagined that the registration of births might interfere with baptism ; 
and an instance occurred the other day of a clergyman not finding his 
son's name on the register, and thus being unprovided with the readiest 
mcfuis of proving the boy's age, which was required as a preliminary to 
an examination. 

The necessary information is sometimes incomplete, or the Index fails 
to point to the right name, through the errors and irregularities neces- 
sarily arising under our singularly unscientific system of orthography, 
which not having kept pace with human progress in other things, 
imperfectly represents and bears no constant relation to our oral language. 
The pronunciation of the thousands of christian and surnames is ex- 
ceedingly arbitrary ; and when registration commenced 42 per cent, of 
the people could not write, and could not, therefore, in many instances 
spell their names correctly. The Clergy and the Registrars spell the 
same names difierently ; for under our deplorable system of spelling, the 
same sounds are expressed by half a dozen difibrent combinations of 
letters. The duplicates and copies of the Registers which are made by 
tiie Clergy, are sometimes difierently and sometimes erroneously spelt ;. 
and so it is with the Registrars, who also derive their information from 
illiterate informants. 

A certain number of errors, notwithstanding the ciureful checking, are 
abo committed in the process of indexing. 

For these various reasons 20 in 100 searches give negative results ;. 
and singularly enough the proportion is 21 in the non-parochial registers. 

WihLS and Aj>ministrations. 

It was at one time proposed that the last wills and testaments of the 
population of England should be placed in Somerset House by the side of 
the registers of deaths ; so that the public could have ready access under 
the same easy regulations to both classes of documents; the one containing 
proofs of death and heirship, the other containing the authority for 
transferring property at the death of its possessors to their successors. 

This intention has not been carried out, but a calejidar of the wiUs and 
administrations in the year 1858, from January nth to December 31st, 
inclusive, has been published, with notes setting forth the dates, th& 
registry, the names and descriptions of the testators and intestates, the 
place and time of death, the names and deseriptions of the executors and 
administrators, and the value of the efiects. The calendar does not 
include the wills, &c. of Scotland and Ireland. 

This publication is not perfectly accurate ; but it serves to show, in con- 
nection with the deaths, some interesting facts concerning the tenure of 
a large portion of the property of the country. The Tables (pp. 174-180)^ 
have been hastily compiled ; but the general results, though it is believed 
they are reliable, as the errors must be within narrow Hmits, are to be 
considered only imperfect specimens of the results deducible from these 
returns, and from the related facts to be dealt with by the Inland Revenue 
Department under the Succession Act. 

Any man not a criminal or a lunatic of the age of 21 and upwards haa 
the power to make a wilL How many persons exercise that power ? 
of what amounts of property do they dispose ? 

d 8 



xlyi 



JFUls and Administrations. 



The number of persons living of the age of 21 and upwards, was 
about 10,366,793 (Table L i.) in the year i8j8 ; out of whom 210,972 
died in the year ; and 21,060, or adding a number proportional to the 
time, for the wills omitted in the first ten days of January, 21,6^3 left 
behind them wills. So 189,319, or 9 persons in 10, left no wills ; but in 
9170 of those cases letters of administration were taken out ; so about 
30,823 persons died who were declared in the Court of Probate to be 
possessed of personal estate, such as cash, shares of every kind, stocks, 
securities, policies, debts due to them, stock in trade, goodwill of trade, 
horses and carriages, wine, furniture, plate, books, pictures, and jewels ; 
as well as the proceeds of real and leasehold estate directed to be sold. 
180,149 ^^^^ ^^ property which came under the cognizance of the court. 

Thus of 100 persons 14*6 left declared property of this kind ; and 
8j*4left no such declared personal property, although they may have 
left land alone in some instances. 

Sons and daughters, as well as many wives, possess no property, but 
undoubtedly a large quantity of property passes to successors in small 
portions untaxed. And much personal property, evading the duty, passes 
by gift. 

Table L 1. — Population and Deaths during the Tear 1S58, and the Estimated 
Number of«Will8 and Administrations in the Year 1858. 





POPULATIOK, 

aged SI Year* and 

npwards, estimated 

to ibe Middle of 

the Year 18M. 


DKATBI 

of Persons aged 

SI Years and npwards 

in the Year 1858. 


1 

EaXIMATKD 
NUMBEB 

or WiLLa in the 
Year 1858. 


Eruiatks 

KUMBEa OP 

LZTTESa OP Adkx- 

msTftATiOK in 

the Year 1M8. 




Penotu 


10,806,798 


SIO.STS 


Sl,658 


9,170 


lUlM ... 


5,088,476 


10*,0tt 
108,9S8 


18^68 
6J03S 


8,896 
8^4 



Table I. 2. — ^Proportion per Cent, of Deaths, Wills, and Administrations to the 
Population aged 21 Years and upwards; of Wills and Administrations to 
Deaths of Persons aged 21 years and upwards, and the Ayeraoe Amounts to 
EACH Person, during the Tear 1858. 





To erery ino of the PoPtTiATiov 
aged SI Years and upwards. 


To ererr 100 DsATBS 

•f Persons aged 
81 Years and upwards. 


Wuxa 

AMD 

Aouinn- 

TBATIONa. 


Wills. 


Al>lfTina> 
TRATIOm. 




The proportional 37amber of 


The Arerage Anaoont to eaeh 
Person. 




DXATHS 

of that 
Afe. 


Wnxs. 


Adkinu- 
T&ATiom. 


Wnxs. 


ADiniflS- 
TBATIOm. 


£ 


£ 


s 


Penoos . 


S*085 


•S19 


'088 


10*888 


4*847 


8^1 


8^ 


759 


Halei - 
Females - 


S-035 
S'OM 


•809 
•114 


•117 
'061 


U*946 
8*896 


«*77« 
8*005 


8,751 


8,469 
1/98 


884 

587 



Non.->Tbe Knmber of Wills and Administrations was not returned lor the whole of the year ; but in tha 
calculations in this Table an estimate has been made for the 10 days. Tic, from the 1st to the 10th Jannarr, 
inoIusiTe, so as to fiTO the results for the complete Year 1868. 

The average amount of property disposed Of by each will was 2,998/. or 
nearly 3000/. (Table I. ; 2.), by each administration 759/. ; so the larger 
properties were dealt with under wills. The average amount severally 
left at death by about 30,823 persons was 2331/. ; if the aggregate 
amount of property in the full year be taken at 71,860,792/., including 
64,904,744/. under wills, and 6,956,048/. under administrations. 

Of 102,049 men who died in the year, 15,558* left personal property 
under wills, 5896 under administrations ; so 21,454 left declared property 
of this kind, and 80,595 left none. 

* This and the followmg numbers are corrected for the year. 



Wills and Adminittratians. zlvii 

F<ff one man who leflk personal property, four left no amount of 
personal property according to the return ; or, more exactly, of loo 
men, ai*o left personal property; 15*2 under wills, and j*8 under 
administrations. 

Women leaTC less personal property than men* 108,923 women died 
of the age of ai and upwards; of whom ahout 6095 left personal pro- 
perty under wills, 3274 left the same kind of property under administra- 
tions. Or out of 100 we had j '6 leaving wills, 3 •© leaving property for 
which letters of administration were taken out. 

Then the average amount under the will of a woman is 1,793/. ; and 
5877. under letters of administration. 

The several amounts of personal property have not been summed up ; 
but with a view of showing its distribution approximately, an estimate 
has been formed on the principle that 806 properties sworn at sums 
above 4,000/. and under 6,000/., are worth on an average 5,000/., and are 
therefore worth in the aggregate 4,030,000/. The great properties of 
100,000/. or more are taken at their sworn amounts. The whole of the 
properties, omitting those in the first ten days of January, are by this 
estimate worth 69,893,380/.; of which 57,396,350/. were left by men, 
and 12,497,030/. by women. 

The Table (p. 181.) is classed from the actual amounts in the scale on 
which the various duties are levied; and the annexed Table (II. 1, 2, 3, 4^ 
has been framed from it, by distributing the number of properties 
over several equal intervals, to show the relative number of properties 
of magnitude ranging from o/. to a million. The higher amounts 
fluctuate from year to year, and can only bo determined from the returns 
of several years. 

Table II. 1. deab with 22,513 properties, each sworn under 1,000/^ 
and shows the numbers and amounts in ten degrees of 100/. each. Thus 
4670 persons died worth 100/. and worth less than 200/. of personal property; 
and proceeding step by step, the numbers at the end are reduced to 7466 
persons, each leaving 1,000/. and upwards, or 64,130,500/. in the aggregate. 
The 22,513 persons (=29,979—7466) severally dying worth less than 
1,000/., left only 5,762,880/. in the aggregate. 

We pursue in Table 11. 2. the stream of wealth, until it is reduced to 
44,120,000/. left by 1189 persons, each dying possessed of 10,000/. and 
upwards of personal property, or of lands directed to be sold making 
those amounts. So 28,790 persons died, each worth something, but less 
tiian 10,000/., and possessing 25,773,380/. in the aggregate. 

Table IL 3. Again 587 persons, each possessing personal property 
sworn at sums of 20,000/. and upwards, had 35,090,000/. of the personal 
property of the country ; whereas the other 29,392 persons died in the 
possession of 34,803,380/. So while the two masses of property are 
nearly equal, the numbers of the possessors are in the proportion of 50 
leaving smidl fortunes (if we so designate properties worth less than 
20,000/.) to one leaving the large fortune of 20,000/. and upwards. 67 
properties are left worth 15,060,000/. in the aggregate, each property 
worth 100,000/. or more, and sworn at less than 1,000,000/. of personal 
property. In this year only one property was sworn at the highest figure, 
1,000,000/. ; but tibat sum has been exceeded in previous years. The 
probate tax is not levied pro rata on all properties ; but is as a general 
rule levied at the lowest rates on the great properties. 

The possessors of the various properties are described in the usual legal 
phraseology, which is neither very definite nor very accurate. But it 
appeared to be well worth the while to classify the possessors of the 
various personal properties left under will or administration. 

The Census classification was employed for the purpose. 



?lviii 



fVilb and Jdminutraiions. 



Tablb n. 1, 2, 3, 4.— KuMBBE of Wills and ADMnnsTRATioifB returoed daring the 
Tsar 1858 (from 11th January to 3l8t December 1858), and the Amount q£ 
Pbopertt represented by them. 



AM0UHT8. 



WILLS AND ADMIKISTRATI0K3. 



Psmsovi. 



JTninber of 

Will* mad 

Adminbtra- 

tiooaof 
th* rMptetire 

Yaloet 

indlwtedin 

CoiomiiL 



Samoftht 

Namber 

ofWlUfaiid 

Admintotm- 

tkmiofthe 

YahM 

indkatedln 

Colamn 1 

and npwardf. 

8 



Amounts. 



Amoontof 

Property belonging 

to the Kmmber 

of PerMms 

inColnmnS. 



AoKmntof 

Pfoparty belonging 

to tbeNnmbar 

of Penoos 

iaColainiit. 



(1.) 



Under £1000. 



000-100 - - 
109- . - - 

100- - - - 
80O— - - - 
40O- - - - 

flOO- - - - 
•00- - - - 

fOO— - - - 
•00- - - - 
900 and vniler^ 1000 
lOuOaBdnpwazdi 




£ 
411,100 

r«io.5oo 

028,000 
£00.098 
081,725 

085,858 
585,5Sr 
848,888 
814.187 
478,818 



£ 
09,893,800 
09,408,878 
0BJ81/78 
08,188J78 
07,505^088 

•8.«»,0S8 
08,858,000 
85,878,068 
85428,900 
84^009,018 
04,130,500 



(SL) 



Under £10000. 



£ 

0000-1000 - - - 

1000- - - - . 

8000- - - - - 

8000- - - - . 

4000- - - - . 

8000— - - - - 

•000— - - - . 

7000- - - - - 

8000— - - - ' 

80no and nndtrie 10000 - 
l O OOQ-nnd npw awla 




5,788,680 
4,008,800 
8,458.000 
8,728^000 
S485»000 

1,885,000 
1,804/100 
1,489,000 
1,891,000 
1,886/N)0 



89,898«SaO 
84,180,500 
80,184,000 
58,^78,000 
58.850,000 

81J55,000 
40.980,000 
48;S18,000 
48347.000 
45,458.000 
44,180,000 



JSO 

.€ 
00000—10000 • - - 
lOOUO- - - - - 
80000— - - > . 
80000- . . - . 
40000— •"*■>' 

80080^ ~* ~ ~ ~ 
fnooo— - - - - 
70000— - - - - 
80000- . - - - 

•8080 and vnderie lOOOOO 
100000 and upwards 



Under £100000. 




S'ZS-SS 


69,898,880 


9,080/XM> 


44,180,000 


8J75,U00 


85,090,000 


4^10,000 


89,81^000 


8,745,000 


94,905,000 


8,008,000 


92,180^)0 


1,744,080 


90^098,000 


1,490,000 


18.848,000 


*^SS 


18,998,000 


718,000 


15,888,(00 


— 


18.080.000 



(4.) 



Under £1000000. 



000000—100000 - - - 
100000- - - - - 
900000- .... 

8 00000 — - - - - 
400000— - - - - 



800000— - - - - 

•00000— .... 

rooooo- - . - - 

•ooooo- .... 

•OOiOO aad onder € 1000009 
1000000 and upwards 




84388.880 
8360,000 
8300300 
1300300 
1300,000 



800,000 
1300300 



893983W 

15.000,000 
9300.000 
5,100300 
8300,000 

ijno,ooo 
1300,000 
1300300 
1300300 
1300300 



Columns 8 and 4 mar be read thus t In the tint series showing the dictribotlon of WUls and Adndnistralkiis 
under £ 1000 by hundreds, the number of WiDs and Administrations repraseating Talues under £ 100 wm 
•too, making in the^gregate 10411408. 4870 represented the properties of the ralne of it 100 and under 10800, 
making la tha aggregate 10700300. 8518 represented properties of the Tahie of 10800 and undent 800, maUng 
in the aggregata €888300. In the seoond series, showing the distribution under £ 10,000 by thousands, rOt 
lupresented properties of the ralne of «8000aad under € 4000, making fai the aggregate « 8.788.000. and so oa 
ibr the othar series. 

OolumnaSandSmaybereadthus: TaUelL 1. There were 29379 Wills and Admhiistrmtioas disposfa« of 
properties of ndues under £ 130(^000, or in the aggregate 1069398380 ;- 81,876 disposing of properties of tka 

ralne of € 100 and uadtt € 1300300, mddng t089.488375 in ths aggregate ;-173Q0 disposing of propertiea of tha 
Talue of « 800 and upwards, making £ 68,781,775 in the aggregate. Table U. 8. 1981 disposing of propertiet 
•f the Talne of €8000 aad upwards, making In the aggregate €49380300. Table n. 8. 587 disposing of proper- 
ties of the Tafaie of €80300 aad upwards, making in the aggregsta €85,090300 (oraboutonehalf of the whole 

anMuat of property represented by aU the Wills and Administrations la the year); and TUde II. 1 lOdispoiiBt 
•f properties of the Talue of €800300 and upwards, making In the ifgregate €5,100.000. 



fViUs and Administrations. 



xli± 



Table (pp. 174-177) shows the amoants of property left under 5928 
wills by 2293 spinsters, 285 wives, and 3350 widows. The titles, pro- 
fession^ and occupations of men are given in considerable detail. The 
Table deserves careful study. Of 66 persons dying possessed of 100,000/. 
^nd upwards, one was a woman ; 10 were peers and other titled persons, 
J 7 are described as esquires or gentlemen ; but solicitors will be able 
to say whether these designations are not applied to men who have made 
large fortunes by trade, conmierce, and manufactures. The series is 
completed by referring to the classification in Table (pp. 178-180) of the 
other possessors of personal property, on which letters of administration 
were granted in the year. 

It will be observed that the accumulated wealth of this country is in 
the hands of no one class of the community. It has been created and it 
is employed in every branch of industry. 

This analysis of properties is based on the probates, &c. of personal 
properties proved in England. It includes debts, and the properties are 
probably sworn at their full nominal value, so the amounts are over- 
stated ; but they can be checked by comparing the amount with the amount 
of personal property on which legacy duty was actually paid, not precisely 
but nearly in the same year. The following Table IIL has been con- 
stencted from TablQ (p. x.) in the recent interesting Report of the Inland 
Hevenne Department. Here debts are deducted, and property passing to 
the husband or wife is omitted, as on it no duty is levied. The schedules 
which the department issues, as well as the 55 Geo. 3. c. 184. and 22 & 23 
Tici. c s^.y ^ould be read by writers who wish to use these materiab. 



Table III. — Amount of Peopebtt upon which Lvoact and Sucgsssion Duties 

were paid daring the Tear ending 31st March 1859. 



BATSt 
* OF 
DCTT. 



t* 



1 p«r eent. 

n 

s 

4 
5 

e 

10 
Total 



M 



AMOUNTS ON WHICH LEOACT DUTY WAS PAID. 



Emolavs. 



83,949,448 
78,188 

S3JB83 

9,896,878 

488,978 

8,908 

4,mS481 



S7fl9ifiil 



SC0TL4in>. 



2,081)028 

1^,808 

lUfilTS 
17,487 

401,906 



^1^3,848 



Ibelakd. 



1,806,998 

1^048,998 

49,909 

98M78 



8,900,889 



XTmitkd 
KiMODoac. 



£ 
87,966^ 

78A88 

18,908,978 



9,589^856 

MOilBOO 

8,896 

5,349,969 



69,441^1 



Batsi 
or 

DOTT. 



1 per eenfc. 

8 .. 
8 

6 
10 



M 
M 



Total 



VALUES ON WHICH SUCCESSION DUTY WAS PAID. 



EVOLAXD. 



- £ 

17,88Mtf 

4,449,785 

068,951 

68/)16 

1477,954 



94/MM04 



SCOTLAKD. 



£ 
1«462,885 

478/)00 

81/>94 

4/>l9 

86,400 



9/)07488 



iBXLAim. 



£ 
^17,000 

666,8a 

1,961 
154,909 



8094,888 



UiriTBD 
KlMODOM. 



£ 
9M06^88 

5t589y806 

748^679 

68^ 

1,809,898 



98^942^ 



Only a part of the property of the country paid legacy duty until the 
year 1854, when the Succession Act passed. The tenure of landed pro« 
perty is by no means so simple as it might be ; but the succession duty is 
leyied "on real property, which includes all freehold, copyhold, cus- 
tomary, leasehold, and other hereditaments, whether corporeal or incor- 
poreaL" The " saleable value " and the " annual value " of each property 
is returned by the " successor " or trustee, and a^r this is scrutinized 
the taxable value is fixed by the department, on the assumption that this 



I Wills and Administrations. 

said value is equal to the value of annuities on the lives of the successors. 
The duty is paid bj slow instalments, so the department alone can tell 
how much remains out of this account. 

The property of the United Kingdom on which the legacy duty was 
paid in the year ending March 31st 1859 amounted to 65,441,611/. 
What was the value of the real property on which the succession duty 
was paid ? The Inland Revenue Department has not yet given that 
portion of their returns ; but if we assume that the property is taxed on 
half its saleable value, it will amount in the aggregate to 58,485,260/., and 
even then the landed possessions at death are of probably lesd value than 
the property taxed as personal under the Legacy Act, after allowing for 
real property directed under will to be sold. Upon this assumption, 
1 23,926,87 1 /. pass by death to every generation of successors. From this — 
after allowing for property passing by gift — may be obtained an approxi- 
mation to the total value of the real and personal property of the United 
Kingdom existing in taxable portions, and in all the various forms— except 
that living and inherent in the population itself. But it would be futile 
to proceed further, as the required data will probably be supplied at an 
early period by the Inland Revenue Department in their AnnufJ Report. 

My object has been only to show the connexion between the deaths 
and the properties passing at the close of every * English life to its 
successor. And it is certainly a remarkable fact, that, taking one death 
with another, including men, women, and children, more Uian looL of 
property paying legacy duty, and perhaps 187/. of property of every kind, 
is left for the benefit of successors, in the United Kingdom. 

The causes of death in England and Wales in the year 1859 are 
discussed by Dr. Farr in a letter addressed to me, which will be found 
in the Appendix. 

I have the honour to be. 
Sir, 
Your faithful servant, 

GEORGE GRAHAM, 

Registrar- (xeneraL 



ANNUAL ABSTRACTS 



OF 



BIRTHS^ DEATHS^ AND MARRIAGES. 



1859. 



MOrad of Marriaga, 1859. 
ABSTRACT OF MARRIAGES.— ManiagM regialered in Enghnd, 
HARRIAGES. 



LONDON - 
SOUTH EASTERN 
SODTH MIDLAND 
EASTERN 
SOtJTH WESTERN 
WEST MIDLAND 
NORTH MIDLAND 
NORTH WESTERN. 
TORK 



■DKnET (partiif) . - 
KBMT framfi . . . 
ll_SOUTH EASTERK. 
■DHREY (atra-milTap.). 

msitT laln.mifraixiltum) 

RAMPIHIRE - 
BEUUBIRB - 

IIL-SOUTH MIDLAND. 
KIDDLESBX {«jib 
HE STT OBD B HI RE 
StrCKIM OHAH S H I RE 
OXrORSSUIRE - 
H ORTHAMPTOMS H. 
HCIfTinODOHBHIRE 

bedfordshire - 
oambridqesbisj: 

it^-eabterk. 



TO.OK 



Kt.3ee 



131 IS 


J 


mj 


eees 


8873 


3 


ei 


G9M 


8W 


1 


SS9 


uu 


14106 




n4s 


BM6 


XMll 


a 


WK 


leiM 


1DMC 


1 


1S4S 


6611 


rrasn 


1 


3064 


161W 


1T8S11 




«132 


IIMO 


awt 




m7 


im 


IHIB 




1498 


an 


I0309t 


g 


3000 


14901 


SHB 




«1 


4M1 


laas 




198 


10>9 


]«tt 


J 


301 


1190 


3BM 


1 


360 


ma 


UK 




3M 


170S 


noi 




104 


Xll« 


900 


, 


IM 


CM 


1D40 




eo 


TW 


1009 




IS 


TM 


ISII 




13J 


761 


iwa 


1 


in 


IIBI 


4M 


- 


44 


383 


1040 

ixe 


' 


,! 


947 


,.„ 




» 


1668 


23S 




«. 


ta-.t 



Sfc^*^ 


^trissiii:.^'^'' 




g 




»?esr 


1 
1 


i 




1 


1 


lA 


i 


■903 


13S,91< 


11^13 


7766 


13519 


IIM4 


TO 


n 


18 


144)9 


3834 


1179 


JS4 


S6t 






601 


iim 


I74T 


IBl 


933 


610 






612 


7609 


1364 


48 


J7S 


433 






33T 


6817 


I4DS 


67 


6)6 


S«4 






094 


11016 


1090 


119 


1308 


166T 






M4 


18110 


3791 


T93 


1344 


T3> 






ITT 


8468 


3008 


167 


1301 


617 






US 


S(M7 


oio 


S«63 


1803 


1016 






US 


I4S63 


39U 


6M 


1143 


1191 






14S 


6301 


3001 


74S 


468 


1790 






974 


cm 


4111 




3161 


149S 






„ 


17997 


3313 


998 


MS 


■91 




a 


4 


H07 


379 


306 


114 


aa 








US9 


133 


76 


" 


" 






7» 


i(ss 


136 


37 


49 


„ 






m 


338B 


470 


M 


343 


143 






161 


2364 


S9» 


19 


IJ4 


36 






i» 


aoM 

1967 


680 


" 


: 


3«4 






M 


B36 


„ 


n 


„ 


6 






94 


938 


113 


1 


86 


» 






» 


889 


178 
378 


I 


;;: 


IS 






W 


Kt 


66 


- 


66 


10 






81 


m 


189 


i 


SB 


6S 






36 


1130 


179 


^ 


130 


K 






110 


90M 


366 


39 


in 


in 






13B 


3018 


46! 


4 


939 


3ie 






69 


3701 


679 


■* 


U8 


»u 







■ Th* XertwroMH ami 



If gnupf or (nttic R^h I 



Abstract of MarricLgesj 1859. 



>t«r 


6 and 7 Wm. IV, c. 86, in the Yeai 


• ending December Slst, 1859. 








MARRIAGES. 


Signed the 

Marriage Register 

with Markfl. 




Bvirtcredin 

aslHt4«y of 


Cootnctod beCvMn 


Of 


»0f 

P«nons 

not of 

Foil An. 




1 


i 

1 


Caies 

in which 


DIVISIONS 
AMD 


1 


« 


• 

1 


1 . 

li 
it 


li 


•o 


t 


• 

o 


• 


• 

8 


• 


• 

D 
u 

1 

1 


• 
3 


i 

c 
to 

-a 

1 


•i 
1 

1 


REGISTRATION 
COUNTIES. 


*tt 43^03 


»jm' 


^496 


037.005 


7058 


15,493 


8161 


33,654 


15,319 


10.397 


33,041 


44,807 


63,137 


30,57446,786 


ENGLAND. 


1 
























DIVISIONS. 


1 


71 !• 


7939 


31983 


1409 


9639 


1294 


3919 


2703 


831 


8648 


8893 


5880 


16T0 


4773 


LONDON. 


1 


Me 


4319 


10831 


667 


1090 


584 


1674 


1391 


516 


8348 


8315 


3071 


1585 


3316 


SOUTH EASTERN. 


E34 , 1964 

1 


9M0 


9985 


7335 


284 


840 


414 


1354 


698 


831 


2078 


8000 


3169 


1849 


3471 


SOOTH MIDLAND. 


ifT , n» 


MSI 


9160 


6731 


296 


811 


405 


1316 


701 


573 


1638 


3091 


3803 


1786 


3422 


EASTERN. 


or^ atiT 


31&4 


406O 


11G36 


630 


1300 


650 


1950 


1180 


910 


2350 


4153 


4704 


3471 


3914 


SOUTH WESTERN. 


mo Ma 


409 


6311 


17179 


873 


1890 


1039 


3849 


1901 


1635 


460G 


7065 


8638 


4908 


5899 


WEST MIDLAND. 


vx aaoi 


2B3 


9166 


8550 


838 


1045 


534 


1569 


868 


767 


3142 


2717 


3690 


1709 


2989 


NORTH MIDLAND. 


nn sm 


G»9 


7641 


31909 


1198 


2638 


1597 


4159 


8785 


1984 


5473 


7999 


14675 


6724 


9236 


NORTH WESTERN. 


K» ' «U 


4109 


6568 


14657 


588 


1668 


907 


2575 


1495 


1365 


4314 


4846 


7774 


3203 


5714 


YORK. 


an M9 


■60 


9609 


7687 


897 


749 


860 


1118 


766 


536 


1957 


9073 


3376 


1483 


2483 


NORTHERN. 


U3 . S198 


S»l 


3902 


8569 


479 


913 


458 


1371 


937 


559 


1588 


4156 


6007 


3298 


8579 


WELSH. 


































l—LONDON. 




srni 


5498 


16393 


1043 


2084 


958 


3968 


8000 


659 


3769 


8114 


3856 


1246 


8478 


MIDDLESEX (port <t^. 


r; i«4 


1«7 


1504 


4536 


980 


4B6 


974 


770 


564 


140 


663 


666 


1059 


301 


1033 


8UBBEY (part <{/). 


1 


3t» 


990 


1114 


87 


105 


63 


167 


149 


33 


817 


313 


305 


123 


272 


KENT (pari <j/). 


































IL~SOUTH EASTERN. 


m', an 


444 


448 


13SB 


84 


130 


56 


186 


140 


45 


237 


411 


308 


158 


410 


SUBBEY {exbrt^-4n^trop6Ut). 


!»; ' 94 


916 


1390 


3189 


193 


303 


m 


476 


366 


150 


773 


948 


998 


467 


1012 


KENT (Mtro-uMfirdpolilaii). 


><«; €0 


€tl 


777 


9118 


134 


308 


118 


320 


336 


107 


461 


621 


509 


273 


584 


SUSSEX. 


^» 911 


9M 


1199 


3010 


900 


317 


176 


493 


376 


137 


655 


853 


858 


394 


918 


HAMPSHIRE. 


ir: » 


»0 


913 


1189 


66 


183 


67 


199 


133 


77 


822 


482 


406 


249 


392 


BEBKSHXRE. 
III.~SOUTH MIDLAND. 


IM ; »7 


M4 


965 


743 


41 


84 


83 


1J7 


74 


40 


134 


197 


187 


99 


186 


MIDDLESEX (ecHMtro.) 


t^ 


SI 


»4 


919 


875 


36 


78 


61 


189 


87 


89 


845 


453 


390 


275 


293 


HEBTFOBDSHIBE. 

• 


w 


« 


«9 


wn 


937 


38 


101 


48 


149 


81 


111 


249 


376 


398 


226 


316 


BUCKXNGHAMSRIBE. 


>.i ' m 


997 


416 


961 


47 


197 


66 


183 


103 


67 


227 


369 


331 


193 


314 


OXFOBD8HIBE. 


^, «» 


ao 


711 


1609 


63 


190 


88 


878 


150 


319 


006 


660 


708 


806 


581 


MOBTHAMPTON8H. 


» n 


99 


171 


949 


13 


88 


83 


61 


94 


80 


117 


141 


155 


73 


150 


HUNTXNGDONSHIBE. 


*■ . •• 


943 


381 


874 


17 


103 


47 


149 


64 


133 


368 


417 


518 


314 


807 


BEDFOBD8RIBE. 




970 


905 


1099 


36 


119 


69 


189 


105 


133 


888 


487 


498 


908 


874 


CAMBBIDGESHIBE. 


1 

1 






























1V.-^AST£RN. 


^. HI 


m 


999 


1967 


109 


918 


195 


843 


934 


159 


515 


893 


765 


471 


716 


ESSEX. 


«j| «J 


4ft9 


906 


9090 


66 


350 


119 


369 


206 


166 


490 


1006 


881 


593 


709 


SUFFOLK. 


11 


IT j 11 


«4S 

1 


1975 


37M 


101 


348 


161 


004 


868 


848 


683 


1190 


1167 


673 


1003 


NOBFOLK. 




tW iKrt Mi to a BATTiaft are of different religloui 

it KHBdimes happeiM that the ceremonj it per- 

io theillMorbothpeniuuloiif; in thete CMei 



the two cer«nonies sre entered m two murUgei. This column 
also includet 6 caws of divorce, for which see subsequent pages. 

B 9 



Abstract of MarriaffeSf 1859. 
ABSTRACT OF MARRIAGES.— Marriages regwtered in England, pursoant td 



DIVISIONS 

AMD 

BEOISTRATION COUNTIES. 



AlBA 

in 
Statute 

ACTM. 



No. 
17 
18 
19 

ao 
ai 

oa 
as 
a4 
as 
aa 
a? 

aa 
aa 
ao 
ai 
aa 



a4 

aa 

aa 
a7 

aa 
aa 

40 
41 

4a 
4a 



y.~SOUTH WESTERN. 
WZLT8RIBE - - • 
DOR8ET8BZBS - - 
DEVON8HZRE - - • 
CORNWALL'- - - - 
SOMER8ET8RIRE 

VI^WEST MIDLAND. 
OLOUCE8TER8HIRE - 
HEREFORDSHIRE - 
8HROP8HZRE - - - 
8TAFFORD8HIRE - - 
WORCE8TER8HIRE - 
WARWICK8HZRS - - 

VII^NORTH MIDLAND. 

LEICESTERSHIRE - 
RUTLANDSHIRE - - 
LINCOLNSHIRE - - 
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 



VIII— NORTH WESTERN. 

CHESHIRE - - - 
LANCASHIRE - - 

IX— YORK. 

WEST RIDING 

BAST RIDING (ir»/A Tot*) 

NORTH RIDING - • 

X— NORTHERN. 
DURHAM- ... 
NORTHUMRBRLAND • 
CUMRERLAND - - • 
WESTMORLAND - - 

XI— WELSH. 

MONMOUTHSHIRE 
SOUTH WALES - 
NORTH WALES - 



777,453 
615,783 

1,01,746 
895,396 

1,083,982 

716,045 
425,580 
924,676 
755,017 
484,076 
609,938 

536,846 
107,728 
1,730,312 
599,791 
658,690 

680,886 
1,319,391 

1,706,919 

717,662 

1,931,062 

764,183 
1,949,299 
1,001,273 

48r,567 

432,906 
2,816,599 
1,969,083 



s 



o 

s 

o 



H 
O 

< 

< 

•J 
< 
H 

O 
H 



MARRIAGES. 



According to tlie Ritei of the 
Ertftbli«lied Church. 



240,936 
177,096 
564,775 
358,173 
462,282 

419,514 
99,120 
249,504 
630,545 
258,733 
479,157 

2354»90 
94,279 
400,936 
994,380 
960,693 

421,137 
9,067,301 

1,344,069 
951,560 
198,405 

411,679 

303,568 

196.499 

68,887 

177,130 
607,456 
402,111 



1664 
1437 
4847 
2723 
3435 

4068 
729 
1855 
6892 
2530 
4827» 

1959 
165 
2930 
3046 
2866 

3793 
23474t 

13665t 
2655 
1501 

4352 

2917 

1521 

412 

1693 
5643 
2883 



8 






9 



154 
181 
658 
311 

438 

516 
118 
283 
538 

242 
369 

903 

32 

445 

846 
390 

577 
2487 

1141 
561 
480 

490 
402 
891 
164 

121 
727 
590 



1106 
969 
2559 
1682 
9160 

9689 

426 

1096 

530S 

1969 
3670 

1907 
94 
1745 
9163 
1406 

9536 
13756 

9688 

1599 
740 



1516 
816 
158 

805 
23S9 
1143 



19 
23 
44 
84 
74 

45 

3 

50 

134 

11 

•n 

85 

97 
86 
67 

111 
1262 

600 

40 
84 

205 

82 

111 

88 

41 
107 
130 



& 



94 
108 
237 

80 
125 

92 
74 
183 
89 
96 
80 

87 

16 
98 
73 
33 

50 
176 

121 
87 
98 

75 
18 
43 

9 

49 

143 

82 



< 
H 
O 
H 



1373 
1281 
3496 
9067 
2797 

8844 

621 
1562 
6069 
9818 
4196 

1559 
142 
2817 
9618 
1819 

8276 
17681 

11400 
9160 
1809 

8003 

1968 
861 
369 

1016 
3386 

1954 



Not 



looordingtot 
EstabShed 



to the Bite* of 
Church. 



< 
H 
O 
H 



In 



991 
156 
1349 
656 
638 

794 
108 
293 
823 

912 
631 

407 
93 
618 
498 
537 

517 
5793 



495 
199 

1849 

949 

660 

48 

677 

2507 

929 



Reciftecied 
Place*. 



& 



ii 



!a6 






16 
11 
64 
9 
19 

84 

4 

87 

379 

48 



286 

99 

416 

189 

368 

855 

65 
140 
819 
136 



1^ 

|o 

n 



241 


929 


85 


106 


- 


18 


IS 


484 


89 


909 


78 


814 


254 


907 


3906 


1896 


499 


998 


99 


171 


86 


49 


806 


W 


936 


198 


107 


67 


5 


11 


90 


396 


954 


1986 


17 


669 



487 
248 

279 
39 

116 

190 
98 

141 



5 
108 
180 
144 

65 

961 



9U 
110 

76S 

616 

496 

17 

191 
964 
SO 



• See page 16^ Notf •. 



t See page 18, Note «. 



% See page 90, Note ". 



Abstrojct of Marriagesy 1859. 



Art of • and 7 Wm. IV, c 


«6, 


in the Year ending December 3l8t, 1859 — 


continued. 


MARRIAGES. 


Signed the 

Bfarriage Register 

with Marks. 




U(|f itj 1 Bd in 
tialMCdsqrof 


fjiMLtm ^-lj 


)d between 


Of 


Of 

Persons 

not of 

FnUAge. 










Cases 

In which 




























DIVISIONS 








▲in> 


J2 




1 


j 


1, 

H 


Bachelors and 
Widow*. 


Widowers and 
Spinsters. 


Widowers and 
Widows. 


• 

E 

1 


1 


• 

1 


• 

s 

1 


• 


^ 


i 


• 
• 


REGISTRATION COUNTIES. 
































V— SOUTH WESTERN. 


. 1 _ 


sn 


MO 


ISO 


53 


164 


97 


SI 


IN 


127 


SI 


561 


513 


SI 


472 


WILTSHIRE. 


S^ J99 


M6 


ST 


nss 


46 


139 


67 


906 


113 


100 


245 


444 


416 


236 


388 


DORSETSHIRE. 


MS HM 


1IT7 


1347 


aMB 


314 


410 


IS 


635 


489 


SO 


702 


1I6I 


1455 


657 


1301 


DEVONSHIRE. 


« tw 


OO 


781 


1319 


89 


218 


97 


315 


186 


218 


569 


914 


1191 


C37 


881 


CORNWALL. 


1 


iw 


tTi 


VIA 


118 


369 


164 


5S 


191 


235 


543 


1073 


lis 


640 


SI 


SOBfERBETSRIRE. 


































VI -WEST MIDLAND. 


•a 


Mi 


^^^w 


IIM 


3*77 


169 


413 


310 


6S 


379 


SI 


649 


ISl 


1173 


595 


1034 


GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 


IM 


m^ 


174 


liO 


609 


37 


35 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


SI 


2S 


154 


212 


HEREFORDSHIRE. 


€a 


%m 


Si ao4 


1337 


91 


154 


S 


137 


174 


87 


269 


716 


7S 


495 


SI 


SHROPSHIRE. 


ur* tm 


isn 


KVC 


5690 


307 


546 


349 


8S 


656 


700 


3008 


2871 


3667 


2245 


2048 


STAFFORDSHIRE. 


»«. tt3 


w 


776 


3133 


85 


114 


108 


3S 


IS 


IS 


572 


787 


9n 


556 


652 


WORCESTERSHIRE. 


96 


au 


11S7 


Ui9 


3M3 


183 


439 


SI 


690 


434 


347 


1010 


1349 


1797 


S7 


1433 


WARWICKSHIRE. 

Vn.-NORTH MIDLAND. 


>;i 


4n 


Utt 


TOi 


1383 


51 


117 


S 


315 


150 


177 


3S 


532 


7S 


336 


565 


LEICESTERSHIRE. 


n m' m 

1 


60 


147 


3 


11 


3 


15 


6 


11 


21 


43 


37 


S 


» 


RUTLANDSHIRE. 


Mi MB Ol 


736 


3413 


96 


370 


149 


419 


145 


IS 


5S 


706 


827 


354 


8S 


LINCOLNSHIRE. 


aasi SB' C7S 


S77 


3183 


104 


SB 


161 


459 


265 


167 


650 


875 


12S 


6» 


894 


NOTTINOHABf SHIRE. 


SU' M 


Mi 


6n 


1931 


83 


148 


113 


Ml 


IM 


IS 


486 


562 


882 


3a 


670 


DERBYSHIRE. 


1 
































VIII— NORTH WESTERN. 


9tt 


an 


1117 


ao6s 


139 


406 


194 


602 


3S 


108 


637 


1085 


1766 


8S 


II73 


CHESHIRE. 


r',«- 


MU 


6U4 


18847 


1069 


2114 


1833 


3557 


2403 


1776 


4845 


6914 


12909 


5885 


8053 


LANCASHIRE. 


1 


1 






























IX.-YORKSHIRE. 


t- 


M» 


iitt 


4MS 


11317 


440 


1170 


737 


9007 


1177 


IS7 


8374 


35S 


6549 


3754 


46S 


WEST RIDING. 

• 


!m 


3i7 


Ǥ 


iss 


3175 


106 


149 


IS 


374 


SI 


150 


581 


480 


793 


302 


669 


EAST RIDING {wUhTcHc), 




"• 


Hi 


4fl 


1363 


43 


149 


45 


194 


87 


56 


259 


268 


4S 


147 


406 


NORTH RIDING. 

X^NORTHERN. 


H 


US 


9ii 


IfSD 


3GQ8 


107 


847 


IS 


543 


401 


3S 


1206 


1167 


1871 


859 


13S 


DURHABf. 


- 


ma 


Mf 


TO 


3434 


196 


341 


115 


S7 


SI 


114 


448 


5S 


892 


375 


671 


NORTHUMBERLAND. 


1 ^ 


171 


SK 


476 


1304 


44 


IS 


44 


173 


M 


O 


255 


3S 


518 


SI 


8M 


CUMBERLAND. 


Ti 


I *** 


a 


127 


346 


10 


31 


15 


46 


S 


13 


51 


S 


S 


S 


94 


WESTMORLAND. 


































XI^WELSH. 




4ao 


4M 


i3n 


106 


IS 


S 


110 


191 


91 


3S 


752 


927 


554 


571 


MONMOUTHSHIRE. 


Ua'jMl 


mi 


MM 


4313 


SW 


514 


SI 


765 


510 


336 


9S 


2289 


8476 


IS7 


9051 


SOUTH WALES, 


a 


r: 


itt 


6i7 


3378 


114 


174 


IS 


396 


236 


131 


346 


1115 


1604 


881 


957 


NORTH WALES. 



6 



Abstract of Marrioffes, 1859, 



L— LONDON.- 






DISTRICTS.* 



in 

Statato 
Aerei. 



o 



e 



HABRIAQES. 



Aooordlng to the Bites of the 
EiubliiUied Ghurvh. 



S 
i 



6* 



1 
S 

m 






Kot aeoording to tbe Bitet of the 
EeUblShed Chnreh. 



i 



InBegU- 

tared Flaeee. 




E 
I 



H 



Ko. 

1 
8 

4 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
U 

IS 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 

90 

21 

28 

28 

94a 

846 

25 



26 
27 
88 
S9 
SO 
31 
38 
88 
84 



85 

86 



UIDDLK8£X (parti^, 

KBM8INQTON - - - - - 
CHZL8B4 ------ 

St. Ueoroe Havotkh Sqdaxe 

WS8TMIN8T£ft - - - - 
St. HARTIN-IIf-THK-FlELIM - 

St. Jamss Westmiii sTsa 
Mabtlebokb - - - - 

HABmTEAD - - - - - 
rANCRAS _ - - - - 

laLINOTON - - - - - 

Uacknbt - - - - - 

St. Giles - - - - - 
Stband ------ 

HOLBOBK ------ 

CLEBKBinneLL - - - - 

St. Ldkb ------ 

East Loin>oir - - - - 

West Londow - - - - 

LoMDOH City - - - - 

Shobbditch - - - - - 

Bbthnal Gbebm - - - 

Wuitechapxl - - - - 

St. Geobok-ik-thb-East - 

Stepnet - - _ - _ 

Mile Ekd Old Town - - 

FOPLAB ------ 

SURREY (jNirf of). 

St. Savioub Southwabk 

St. Olavb Southwabk - - 

Bbbmondset - - - - 
St. George Soutbwabk 

Nbwinoton - - - - - 

Laubbth - _ - _ - 

Wamdiwobth - - - - 

Caubbbwell - - - - 

rothbbuithb - - - - 

KEZTT (pari (I/-). 

GBXBirwioH - - - . . 
Lbwibhak ----- 



7^4 


120,004 


1699t 


2 


839 


1237 


5 


8 


1579 


865 


56,588 


551 


— 


78 


426 


- 


1 


606 


1461 


73,280 


960 


8 


888 


699 


9 


- 


986 


917 


65,609 


569 


- 


75 


898 


- 


- 


468 


805 


24,640 


481 


1 


78 


• SOI 


— 


— 


465 


164 


88,406 


480 


- 


185 


216 


9 


- 


858 


^609 


167,696 


1784 


1 


898 


IS08 


88 


2 


1622 


8,858 


U,966 


99 


- 


40 


51 


- 


- 


91 


8,716 


1(16,966 


1759 


— 


207 


1248 


16 


— 


1560 


8,187 


95,889 


1280 


- 


261 


810 


4 


4 


1079 


8,989 


58,489 


813 


- 


125 


612 


- 


2 


789 


245 


54,214 


514 


- 


66 


856 


4 


1 


435 


178 


44,417 


897J 


- 


65 


247 


1 


- 


818 


196 


46,681 


842 


— 


84 


139 


— 


— 


168 


880 


64,778 


562 


- 


56 


456 


1 


f 


616 


820 


54,055 


312 


— 


32 


226 


— 


— 


258 


153 


44,406 


684 


- 


75 


479 


1 


1 


656 


188 


88,883 


558 


— 


161 


890 


8 


— 


664 


484 


55,982 


684 


- 


106 


184 


2 


a 


205 


646 


100,857 


1868 


— 


80 


1747 


— 


a 


1830 


760 


90493 


1348 


- 


19 


1296 


— 


1 


1316 


406 


79,759 


688 


— 


43 


454 


— 


— 


497 


248 


48^6 


467 


. 


57 


234 


. 


- 


281 


676 


54,173 


619 


- 


81 


624 


— 


1 


606 


681 


56,602 


587 


— 


30 


607 


— 


- 


687 


2,818 


47462 


514 


— 


65 


890 


— 


— 


465 


250 


35,781 


292 


^ 


56 


216 


1 


. 


273 


169 


19,375 


148 


- 


16 


106 


— 


— 


118 


688 


48,188 


441 


- 


30 


368 


2 


1 


399 


288 


51,884 


667 


- 


60 


457 


2 


- 


500 


624 


64,816 


888 


- 


86 


759 




— 


844 


4,015 


1S9;»5 


8178 


- 


224 


1906 


— 


- 


2130 


11,695 


60,764 


SOL 


- 


78 


289 


- 


1 


868 


4,842 


64,667 


468 


— 


104 


816 


6 


1 


426 


886 


17,805 


140 


- 


9 


180 


— 


1 


140 


6,867 


99,36.5 


789 


^ 


100 


691 


^ 


^ 


621 


17,224 


84,835 


629 


• 


96 


618 


— 


" 


614 



110 
46 
25 

101 
16 
77 

162 

8 

199 

801 

74 

89 
84 

79 
47 
64 

28 

4 

889 

88 
82 
136 
186 
18 
60 
08 



19 
24 
42 
148 
89 
48 
28 
86 



118 
16 



70 


27 


23 




34 


7 


5 


- 


— 


11 


14 


- 


S8 


14 


48 


- 




— 


16 


- 


S9 


8 


23 


- 


100 


25 


31 


- 


5 


8 


— 


- 


41 


84 


124 


- 


88 


84 


84 


- 


14 


49 


11 


- 


48 


26 


20 


- 


42 


82 


18 


- 


61 


9 


19 


- 


6 


9 


88 


— 


17 


16 


21 


1 




14 


14 


— 


— 


2 


2 


- 


104 


18 


18 


8 


— 


U 


» 


- 


— 


29 


3 


- 


69 


67 


10 


- 


172 


7 


7 


- 


— 


6 


7 


— 


— 


80 


20 


. 


80 


84 


6 


— 




16 


8 


.. 


20 


8 


1 


- 


88 


f 


8 


— 


127 


15 


6 


— 


— 


21 


18 


- 


— 


80 


18 


- 


7 


9 


7 




19 


18 


4 


^ 


76 


82 


11 




— 


12 


8 





12 



» 



H— SOUTH EASTERN C0UNTIE8.- 



87 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



40 
60 
51 
52 
68 
54 
66 
66 
67 
68 

60 
60 
61 
62 
68 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 



1.— SURREY iExtra-mriro},:} 

Epsoac ------ 

Chbrtbet - - - - - 

gcildford - - - - - 

Fabnham - - - - - 

Farnborouoh - - - - 

Hambledon - - - - - 

DORKINa- - - - - - 

Rbioatb ------ 

godstoitb - - - - _ 

Cbotdov - - - - _ 

KlMOSTON - - - - » 
BiCHMOMD - - - - - 

a.— KENT iExtra^metrcpot.) 



Bbomlbt - - 

Dabtfobd - - 

GrATE8ENI> - - 

North Atlespobd 

Hoo - - - - 

Mbdwat - - - 

MALLI90 - - - 

Sevbnoaks - - 

Tdnbbidob - - 

Maisstokb - - 

holltkoboubiv - 

Cbakbrook - - 

Tentbbdkk - - 

West Ash ford - 

East Ashpobd - 

Bridob - - - 

Caktebbubt - - 
Blean - - 

Favebsbam - - 

Hilton - - - 



41480 


19,040 


78 




13 


64 




48,641 


16,148 


99 


- 


13 


81 


1 


65,592 


25/)72 


223 


— 


28 


158 


— 


814»7 


11,743 


193 


a. 


17 


148 


8 


89/>71 


7339 


67 


- 


8 


51 


— 


60,861 


18^2 


102 


- 


6 


86 


— 


40,006 


11,353 


103 


- 


6 


63 


- 


61,276 


14,329 


118 


- 


12 


86 


- 


433i8 


8,868 


68 


— 


6 


50 


— 


82JB08 


81,888 


292 


. 


42 


226 


1 


22,487 


26,788 


183 


2 


88 


138 


— 


4,339 


15,906 


93 


— 


26 


64 


2 


89,927 


17,687 


122 


,. 


18 


91 


,^ 


68,109 


27,330 


168 


- 


17 


126 


— 


1,541 


16,633 


114 


— 


21 


78 


1 


41,782 


16,609 


176 


— 


18 


158 


1 


83,281 


2345 


7 


— 


- 


T 


- 


14,565 


42,796 


469 


— 


FA 


368 


21 


47,3(« 


19379 


99 


- 





80 


— 


67,488 


22395 


102 


— 


7 


79 


2 


46,179 


28345 


287 


. 


25 


228 


8 


380)82 


86,097 


311 


- 


15 


221 


41 


67,017 


18,751 


86 


_ 


7 


68 


1 


40,249 


18369 


85 


- 


11 


66 


— 


46/*89 


11,879 


71 


- 


6 


59 


8 


41.001 


13314 


117 


. 


8 


46 


12 


64^498 


11,960 


87 


- 


9 


71 


2 


41,394 


11464 


76 


- 


6 


64 


— 


8,121 


14400 


160 


— 





H8 


9 


82,221 


14361 


121 


- 





63 


6 


46,448 


16384 


112 


- 


7 


69 


15 


85,409 


18,026 


95 


- 


6 


67 


12 



16 

a 



16 
16 

8 

6 



1 
18 



10 

4 
17 
16 

2 

"3 

19 

1 

3 

4 

a 
1 



76 


8 




2 


1 


95 


4 


— 


2 


2 


197 


26 


7 


6 


9 


173 


80 


— 


9 


11 


62 


6 


— 


— 


6 


101 


1 


- 


— 


1 


84 


19 


- 


17 


2 


118 


6 


— 


4 


1 


66 


2 


1 


1 


* 


271 


21 


12 


3 


2 


174 


9 


— 


2 


T 


82 


10 


7 


8 


— 


105 


17 


16 


1 




156 


7 


8 


4 


— 


05 


19 


10 


6 


3 


178 


2 


- 


1 


1 


7 


— 


— 


— 


— 


408 


61 


28 


19 


4 


99 


- 


— 


— 


— 


99 


10 


— 


9 


1 


273 


14 


6 


9 


- 


293 


18 


- 


17 


1 


76 


10 


— 


6 


6 


77 


8 


- 


3 


6 


70 


1 


— 


1 


— 


•85 


82 


- 


f2 


- 


83 


4 


- 


1 


8 


78 


2 


— 


- 


2 


110 


60 


— 


11 


38 


81 


40 


8 


8 


29 


93 


20 


— 


10 


10 


84 


11 


- 


9 


2 



■ The DiKtriei$.yrhieb are arrenfted A«eordhig to their IotaI position, 
are coUeotione or eonttgnoae Pariehee or Places, generally identkaJ 
rith the Fow Law Unions of the same names. 



t Indndesronc man dirorced who married a widow. 
X Indttdes two men diToroed who married epinstere. 



Abitract of Marrioffes, 1859. 
MiBXIAOES in the Ymt 1859-*!ii Dutrictb. 



KABBIAQBS. 



la the 






I 



C<mtrmeled betw«ta 




Of 






OfPenon* 

not of 
Full Age. 



I 



I 



Signedtbe 
with 



Herriage Bediter 



I 



s 



^ 



CttMt 

in which 



DIBTBIOTS. 



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Ul 


19 


ut 


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14 



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m 
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in 
m 
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97 

177 

SU 



lor 
Ui 



us 
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418 


1988 


TT 


198 


73 


888 


145 


45t 


SI 


55 


91 


76 


994 


791 


49 


118 


83 


150 


141 


469 


81 


58 


S3 


81 


194 


974 


99 


46 


88 


71 


IM 


938 


S4 


48 


83 


70 


491 


1445 


74 


175 


00 


865 


91 


78 


4 


15 


3 


17 


519 


19»1 


04 


197 


77 


874 


S74 


1097 


97 


191 


96 


166 


Sir 


874 


Si 


88 


99 


119 


190 


400 


S7 


95 


SS 


87 


100 


904 


SS 


44 


94 


68 


St 


101 


U 


81 


16 


88 


1» 


465 


SO 


54 


89 


77 


89 


SS« 


19 


SO 


14 


49 


159 


494 


45 


51 


94 


85 


149 


430 


93 


98 


21 


87 


149 


909 


99 


70 


38 


96 


»8 


1905 


89 


174 


103 


876 


400 


1069 


97 


107 


91 


198 


U9 


483 


41 


65 


45 


110 


Ul 


975 


89 


99 


88 


60 


let 


401 


94 


69 


83 


04 


154 


478 


49 


87 


87 


64 


US 


408 


88 


51 


19 


70 


81 


S8S 


14 


90 


19 


45 


41 


110 


9 


14 


10 


84 


U0 


979 


19 


95 


16 


51 


Itt 


519 


44 


86 


8S 


98 


949 


799 


49 


63 


43 


105 


MS 


1795 


110 


105 


108 


809 


Ul 


929 


U 


94 


19 


58 


197 


979 


14 


48 


87 


75 


49 


lU 


U 


U 


4 


16 


SOS 


901 


50 


98 


88 


89 


198 


933 


S8 


40 


SO 


78 



148 
44 

80 
46 
60 

46 

164 
6 

171 
89 
53 

49 
47 
89 

49 
27 
79 
59 
61 

184 
178 
86 
60 
66 
78 
55 



SO 

18 
34 
76 
88 
818 
94 
41 
16 



99 

57 



57 


904 


10 


88 


9 


71 


18 


61 


15 


69 


9 


40 


18 


104 


— 


6 


50 


810 


80 


140 


19 


89 


19 


68 


8 


48 


9 


46 


15 


64 


7 


85 


23 


UO 


14 


41 


87 


US 


104 


415 


106 


806 


81 


104 


85 


97 


89 


114 


20 


100 


8 


87 


4 


18 


8 


14 


17 


86 


10 


51 


87 


183 


59 


868 


U 


46 





47 


5 


85 


80 


109 


19 


106 



178 
43 
SI 
47 
85 
10 

184 
6 

186 
7S 
71 

49 
41 
85 

85 
80 
98 
18 
116 

886 
910 
102 
183 

80 
101 

75 



]6 
10 
51 

lOU 
09 

880 
40 
83 
18 



185 
78 



848 
70 
88 

101 
48 
80 

196 

7 

883 

94 

189 

08 
67 
68 
58 
53 

184 
54 

801 

476 
991 
831 
827 
151 
172 
106 



80 

80 

114 

170 

149 

481 

57 

55 

89 



198 
119 



90 


941 


18 


77 


7 


35 


99 


83 


8 


57 


4 


88 


50 


880 


1 


11 


55 


849 


98 


100 


95 


180 


87 


87 


81 


66 


88 


48 


10 


68 


14 


55 


89 


ISO 


4 


64 


08 


120 


188 


436 


818 


477 


75 


188 


100 


150 


88 


168 


67 


180 


46 


89 


8 


80 


11 


87 


SO 


107 


60 


132 


88 


148 


101 


449 


86 


54 


19 


50 


5 


81 


01 


145 


88 


187 



MZDDL28EX (jMrtq^). 
KSNSlNOTOir. 

Chklsba. 

St. OcOKOE HAMOTSk SQUAll. 

WnTMIMSTXB. 

St. MABTIlf-IN-THS-Fl8U>9, 

St. Jambs Wutiuhbtsb. . 

MABTLXBOm. 

Hampstbai). 
Pancbas. 
Iblinotok. 
Hackmst. 

St. Gilbs. 
Stbavd. 
Holbobn. 
Clxbkbvwbll. 
St. Luke. 
East London. 
Wbst London. 
London City. 

Shokxditch. 
Bbthnal Obbbw. 
Wbitbchapsl. 

St. OBOROB-IN-THB-EA8T. 

Stbpnbt. 

Hub End Old Town. 

POPLAB. 

SURREY (jMrfc/). 

St. Sayioub Sootbwabk. 

St. Olave Southwabx. 

Bbbmondbbt. 

St. Oeobgb Southwabk. 

Nbwinoton. 

Lascbbtb. 

wand0wobth. 

Cambbbwxll. 

rothkbhitbb. 

KBNT (partqf). 

Gbxbnwicb. 
Lbwubax. 



MASBIAOESJ 


in the Year 1859~iii 


D1BTRIOT8. 




















































1 


m 


U 


Si 


so 


64 




5 


9 


8 


9 


1 





18 


16 


8 


IB 


Epoom. 




M 


9S 


S9 


so 


96 




7 


9 


10 


6 


8 


16 


r 


14 


9 


88 


Chbbtsbt. " 




49 


96 


69 


56 


181 


16 


16 


10 


88 


86 


U 


84 


66 


45 


88 


65 


GUILDFOBD. 




r 


94 


95 


57 


169 


U 


U 


7 


19 


18 


8 


98 


51 


45 


81 


54 


Fabmham. 




i: 


81 


U 


17 


60 




8 


8 


4 


5 




10 


18 


85 


10 


88 


Fabnbobouob. 


' 


81 


sr 


81 


93 


94 




10 


4 


14 


8 


8 


16 


46 


24 


18 


46 


Hamblkdon. 




17 


89 


97 


31 


89 




9 


9 


U 


6 


8 


15 


85 


81 


18 


28 


DOBMNO. 




M 


91 


95 


96 


101 




7 


5 


IS 


10 


8 


SO 


85 


13 


7 


94 


Rbioatb. 




M 


19 


14 


80 


59 




1 


1 


8 


8 




11 


88 


18 


14 


19 


GOD8TONB. 




91 


79 


79 


84 


889 


19 


95 


11 


44 


80 


8 


96 


51 


55 


17 


79 


Cbotdon. 




m 


96 


90 


48 


158 




18 


9 


84 


18 


7 


10 


48 


SO 


18 


48 


KIN06TON. 

KICUMOND. 




u 


87 


87 


37 


79 




10 


1 


11 


7 


9 


13 


]3 


7 


6 


8 




































2.— KENT (ExIra'metrtpoiatM), 




B 


89 


45 


SS 


108 




8 


4 


18 


6 


9 


13 


85 


48 


19 


98 


Bbomlbt. 




a 


4S 


97 


53 


195 




18 


4 


88 


10 


7 


86 


4S 


54 


88 


50 


Dabtfobd. 




m 


U 


99 


94 


96 




18 


9 


15 


7 


9 


18 


84 


84 


10 


88 


Gbavesbnd.* 




s» 


33 


51 


61 


139 




19 


19 


88 


17 


9 


85 


60 


58 


84 


50 


NOBTH ATI.XirOBD. 




- 


8 


1 


4 







— 


. 


_ 


1 




4 


8 


3 


1 


9 


Hoo. 




M 


lU 


1» 


Ut 


975 


99 


81 


84 


45 


68 


15 


OS 


77 


189 


43 


138 


Hbdwat. 




B 


19 


99 


49 


79 




9 


5 


14 


19 


4 


SS 


85 


38 


88 


27 


MAU.INO. 




U 


87 


r 


97 


98 




9 


8 


U 


6 


4 


39 


86 


87 


16 


91 


SBVBNOAn. 




34 


T«» 


79 


90 


239 


14 


90 


SO 


50 


94 


19 


67 


75 


64 


83 


75 


Tonbbidob. 




• 


79 


94 


108 


888 


19 


23 


8 


81 


SS 


6 


45 


63 


85 


35 


78 


Maidbtonb. 




7 


« 


M 


40 


73 




4 


6 


9 


9 


2 


20 


89 


87 


16 


84 


Hollinoboubm. 




' a 


90 


81 


S5 


78 




T 


9 


10 


6 


5 


19 


SO 


88 


18 


21 


Cbanbbook. 




, 19 


11 


14 


87 


9S 


- 


4 


8 


6 


8 


7 


94 


16 


88 


11 


17 


Tbntbbdbn. 




t B 


1 ^ 


89 


49 


91 




19 


6 


19 


11 


8 


94 


18 


88 


9 


88 


WB8T Ashpobd. 




B 


1 15 


19 


41 


78 


— 


9 


6 


14 


B 


4 


SS 


88 


88 


15 


36 


East Ashpobd. 




, M 


U 


19 


96 


68 




6 


S 


8 


3 


9 


17 


SB 


14 


11 


80 


Bbidgb. 




, » 


94 


99 


99 


191 


U 


U 


6 


81 


19 


10 


86 


88 


84 


16 


80 


Cantzbbvbt. 




1 * 


t 94 


n 


49 


Ifli 




4 


4 


9 


9 


6 


81 


84 


19 


9 


85 


Blban. 




! H 


99 


M 


49 


97 




9 


t 


9 
10 


9 


6 


88 


40 


98 


SO 


88 






t B 


11 


89 


41 


79 




9 


7 


19 


4 


81 


98 


95 


U 


89 


HiyroM. 



8 



Abstract of Marriages^ 1859. 

IL— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIES. 



DIBTBICTB. 



in 
Statute 



HABRIAOE8. 



AMordiBf to the Bites of the 
Eettibliihed Chureh. 



Hot Moordtef to the Bilee of the 
EctablSRhad Chardu 



IuBmU- 
teradPiMei. 




I 



Ko. 

m 

70 

n 

7S 
78 
74 



75 
70 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
83 
88 
84 

85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
99 
98 
M 



«S 

96 

97 

98 

90 

100 

101 

103 

108 

104 

105 

106 

107 
106 
109 
110 
111 
119 
118 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 



130 
191 
193 
138 
194 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
180 
181 



2. KENT C&s<ni-incfro.)-«m<. 

SHsmT ------ 

Tbanr ------ 

Eastkt ------ 

Dovsft «.---- 

Elbasc ------ 

ROMNXT MAMB . . . - 

3.— SUSSEX. 

Bt« ------ - 

Hastingb - - - - - 

Battlb - _ _ - - - 

Eastboubbs - - - - - 

HAIXdiaAM - - - - - 

TiCBBDBST - - - - - 

UCKFIKXJ) _ _ - - - 

East OBiNiTBAO . . - 

CUCKHELD - - - - - 
LXWBS »----- 

Bkiobton - - - - - 
Stbtmiko - - - - - 
Horsham - _ - - - 

PBTHrOBTB - - - - - 

TUAKBBAK - - - - - 

WOETHINO - - - - - 

WnTUAMPMBTT - - - - 

CHICBBSTBB - - - - - 

MlBBDBST - - - - - 

WBSTBODBBX - - - - 

4.— BAMP8RIRE. 

Havabt ------ 

pobtsba islabv - - . 

ai.vbb8t0kb - - - - - 

Fabeham - - - - _ 

IsLB Of Wight - - - - 

Ltminoton - - - - - 

Cbbistcbubcb - - - - 

RlNOWOOD - - - - - 

Fobdimobbidob . . - - 

New Fobbst - - - _ 

Southampton - - - - 

South Stonbham - . . 

ROMSBT* ------ 

Stocbbbibob - - - - 

Wimcbestbb - - - - 

Dboxfobd - - - - - 

Cathbbibotob - - - - 

FBTEBSriELO - - - - - 

Albbsfobo - - - - - 
Altob ------ 

HaBTLBT WINTBET - - - 

Basimostoxb . . - - 

Wbitcbubch - - - - 

Andotbb - - - - - 

KiBOBCLBBB - - - - . 

a.— BERKSHIRE. 

Kbwbubt - - - - » 

BUBOXBrOBD . . . . 

Fabimodob - - - - - 

Abibodom - - - - - 

Wahtaob - - - _ . 

WALLIKOrOBO - - . - 

Bbadfibld - - - - - 

Reabibo - - - . . 

WOKIBOBAM - - - - - 

COOBHAM - - - - - 

Eastbamtstbad - . . 

WlBMOB -----. 



81,088 
39^88 
50J10 
39J881 
43,197 
46,785 



14,087 
5iOQO 
S8/)79 
54,365 
51,659 
74,330 
61,817 
61,798 
85,104 

3,820 
44,344 
57,033 
89,399 
35,^99 
43,457 
74,918 
31,1154 
65,730 
83,886 



34/27 

7,806 

5,328 

43,235 

90,746 

43,169 

86,775 

38,3110 

81,167 

85/82 

2,630 

80,715 

26,203 
45/43 
78/76 
48,268 
10/61 
40,112 
89,761 
53,057 
42/51 
78/52 
28/18 
83/15 
46,787 



42/56 
98/87 
64/07 
56^445 
75,700 
40/60 
62466 
4/99 
42/26 
29/88 
26,176 
38,407 



18,885 
81J96 
25462 
28/25 
18,780 
5,487 



13/49 
31/15 
14/33 
8/47 
18/89 
15/07 
17/31 
18/16 
l5/(>7 
35,719 

65/69 

16/67 

14/18 

9/S9 

7/34 

18,746 

15/48 

14,438 

18/99 

6/44 



7/13 

73,136 

16/08 

18/34 

50/24 

12,153 

8,482 

5/75 

6/84 

18/40 

84/08 

16/74 

10/40 

7,480 

25/61 

10/97 

2,498 

7/14 

7«418 

11/10 

11/33 

17/66 

5/19 

17/66 

8/09 



20/15 
30,404 
15,783 
20/46 
17,483 
14463 
16/80 
33,175 
18/68 
11,767 
6/53 
19/89 



148 



169 

375 

162 

80 



106 

195 
87 
44 
99 

115 
90 
80 
97 

184 

6A3 
151 
88 
56 
48 
181 
87 
09 
96 
48 



44 

1014 

198 

90 

488 

02 

57 

83 

50 

86 

537 

148 

81 
51 

194 
56 
17 
50 
43 
82 
72 

100 
27 
96 
57 



157 

121 

90 

186 

116 

88 

84 

262 

73 

88 

48 

175 



4 
42 
23 
84 
24 

8 



14 
87 

9 
12 

6 
11 

7 
11 

8 
19 

110 

42 

8 

6 

8 

21 

16 

11 

8 

4 



4 

81 

28 

15 

50 

9 

5 

5 

8 

9 

83 

18 

9 
5 

19 
6 
2 
6 
9 
8 
5 
8 
4 

15 
8 



18 

8 

14 

15 

10 

T 

7 

81 

9 

9 

1 

17 



116 
118 
115 
198 
106 
21 



64 

116 

44 

80 
78 
94 
57 
68 
78 
94 

408 
09 
77 
48 
37 
90 
65 
48 
9(> 
80 



647 

188 

59 

160 

72 

20 

16 

83 

67 

240 

109 

48 
40 
95 
86 
15 
88 
80 
65 
60 
80 
18 
60 
51 



99 

75 
68 

109 
74 
51 
57 

176 
60 
75 
85 

143 



7 

18 

9 

8 
1 



1 
104 

4 

7 

66 

3 
1 
3 

50 
11 

6 

1 

14 



3 

10 

14 

8 

5 



8 
8 

38 
1 
8 
1 

SO 

9 
84 



8 
2 
5 

29 
1 

18 



2 
35 

6 
19 



5 

4 
1 

10 
4 
6 

14 



1 
1 
8 

4 

6 

18 



10 

39 
8 
9 

18 
6 

17 



10 
1 



124 
169 
151 
343 
141 
39 



93 

160 

85 

48 

90 

107 

84 

79 

90 

150 

515 
143 
85 
54 
48 
114 
86 
89 
94 
47 



&5 

857 

166 

87 

295 

81 

82 

23 

43 

80 

874 

138 

68 
50 
184 
56 
17 
44 
42 
74 
68 
92 
28 
88 
57 



128 

112 

85 

128 

102 

64 

82 

207 

71 

84 

46 

168 



94 

57 
18 
88 
21 

1 



13 
96 
2 
1 
9 
8 
6 
1 
7 
84 

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9 
3 
2 



17 

1 

10 

4 
1 



9 

157 

82 

8 

188 

11 

25 

11 

7 

6 

168 

5 

18 

1 

60 



84 

9 

14 

8 

14 

34 

3 

55 

9 

4 

3 

13 



16 



1 

46 
14 
31 
14 



9 
24 





8 
1 
1 

7 
18 

73 
9 
8 
9 



1 

23 
15 



3 
36 

4 

3 

78 

10 

23 

4 

7 

4 

64 

1 

18 

1 

57 



88 


11 
8 
3 

11 
1 

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3 
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14 

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8 

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7 
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16 
47 



10 
1 
7 
3 
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6 
98 
18 

1 
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1 

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9 
93 

4 



11 

18 

1 

10 

1 

9 
6 



183 
188 
184 
185 
186 
187 



m.— SOUTH MIDLAND COUNTIES.-. 



6.MIDDL£8EX(£^x«ra-«Ml.) 

Staibbs ------ 

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Bbbhtpobo - - - - - 

Hbbbob -----. 

Babbbt ------ 

Kdmontob - - . - . 



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18/78 


93 


1 


14 


54 




18 


87 


5 




5 






!^"25 


19,475 


116 


- 


8 


100 


— 




108 


8 


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4 


3 


9 


90,405 


41/38 


906 


— 


58 


317 


1 


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376 


27 


19 


5 


8 




88/67 


15/16 


88 


— 


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70 






88 










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14/19 


53 


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89 


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47 


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46/98 


948 


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45 


181 


4 




380 


19 


8 


15 


1 


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Abstract of Marriages, 1859. 
MARRIAGES in the letr ISS9— in DiaiBiCTB— oooftn-af. 





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Abttract of Marriages^ 1859. 

in.— SOUTH MIDLAND OOUNTDBS^ 



Xo. 
138 
139 
140 
141 
14S 
143 
144 
145 
14« 
147 



148 
149 
ISO 
Ml 
US 
103 
IM 



IM 
VA 
157 
1A8 
159 
100 
IGl 
162 
163 



164 
165 
1(M 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
17fi 



176 
177 
178 



179 

180 
181 
182 
183 
184 



185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
193 
193 



DIBTBI0T8. 



7.- HERTFORDSHIRE. 

WAm«- ------ 

Bif HOP Stoktpokd - - - 
ROTBTOM ------ 

HiTCHIN ------ 

HSBTrOBO - - - - - 

Hatfield - _ - - _ 

St. ALBAM8 - - - - - 

Watford- - - - - - 

HBKXL HBMT8TBAD - - - 
BEKCHAMP8TBAD - - . - 

8.— BUCKINGHAMSH. 

Amxesham - ~ - •• - 

Etoh - - - - - - - 

Wtcombb- - - ~ - _ 

Atlbsbubt - - - - - 

WlNSLOW - - - J. - - 

Xbwpobt Paonexx - - - 
buokikobam- - - - - 

9.— OXFORDSHIRE. 

Hbnlbt ------ 

Thascb ------ 

Ukadinqton - - - - - 

OXPOBD ------ 

BtCBSTBB- - - - - - 

Woodstock - - - - - 

WlTWET ------ 

Chipping KoBTOir - - - 
Banbubt ------ 

lO.-NORTHAMPTONSH. 

Bbacxlbt - - - - - 

towcesteb - - - - - 

pottbhspubt - - - - 

habdim08t0nb - - - - 

KOBTHAKPTON - - - - 

DATENTBT - - - - - 

BBIXWOBTH - - - - - 

WBLUMOBOBOUOR - - - 

Kbttbbino - - - - - 
Thbapston - - - - - 

OUNDLB ------ 

PXTBBBOBODOH - - - - 

11.— HXIXfTINODONSR. 
HUWTIMODOH- - - - - 

St. Ives ------ 

St.Hbotb - - - - - 

la.— BEDFORDSHIRE. 

Bbdfobd ------ 

Bioolbswadb - - - - 

Amptuill - - - - _ 

Wobubn ------ 

Lbiobtom Boxxabd - - - 
Lctom ------ 

13.— CAMBRIDOESH. 

Caxtoh ------ 

Chbstbbton - - - - - 

Cambbidob - - - - - 

LiMTOIf ------ 

Nbwmabjut - - - - - 

Elt — — — — — — — 

NOBTH WiTCHFOBD - - - 

WUITTLESET - - - - - 

WUBBACa - - - - - 



in 

Statata 

Acr60. 



MARRIAGES. 



as 

o 









85,747 
53,689 
88,791 
64J847 
84,410 
29,484 
84,615 
86,590 
25,457 
24,588 



49340 

41,589 
81^308 
78,364 
35,;{ft5 
68,701 
52,419 



61,062 
54,997 
25,727 
2,900 
64,127 
474)13 
70,169 
76,418 
75;324 



58,769 
42,216 
22,401 
82,408 
20,903 
68301 
59396 
55305 
55366 
51,188 
68382 
100314 



77,180 
62330 
65356 



58,041 
41351 
29303 
38,015 
40336 



40385 
76,728 
8,470 
47,869 
97378 
79394 
69323 
35,131 
1313S5 



16,482 
20356 
26355 
84,739 
15390 
8,490 
18304 
I83OO 
13,120 
12337 



183S7 
21,490 
33,.'i62 
23,071 
0376 
23409 
14,410 



17305 
15340 
1^771 
80,172 
15363 
14,458 
2S358 
17,427 
29,769 



13,747 
I23O6 
10,663 
9,167 
83357 
21386 
14,771 
21367 
18397 
12341 
15355 
28357 



90300 
203»4 
18325 



35333 
23,436 
16342 
12375 
17,149 
25,067 



11,065 
25,170 

27313 
14,148 
8O355 
22396 
16343 
7387 
36315 



According to the Rites of the 
E^tabllahed Cliaroh. 



72 
123 
161 
180 
lOiJ 

42 
108 
111 
100 

84 



102 , 
128 ' 
2.54 

l6r> 

6» 
170 
120 



109 
lOK 
147 
170 

84 
103 
158 

98 
289 



106 
122 
98 
93 
441 
158 
103 
223 
121 
182 
125 
221 



156 
137 
129 



306 
163 
132 
68 
184 
237 



77 
173 
148 

88 
284 
158 
107 

66 
958 



11 

4 
10 
10 

11 

9 

4 
8 
9 

4 



7 
12 
13 
10 
12 
16 

8 



7 
10 
14 
33 
16 

6 
13 
10 
30 



6 
18 

7 


42 
20 
13 
14 

6 
11 

9 
87 



16 

30 

8 



28 
9 

13 
9 
9 

U 



8 
18 
82 

7 

12 
18 
15 
10 
88 



44 




106 


- 


107 


— 


89 


8 


86 


. 


32 


— 


59 


1 


92 


_ 


78 


— 


67 


^ 


42 




94 




185 


7 


139 


« 


43 




129 


6 


95 


" 


63 


. 


72 


— 


104 


. 


94 


2 


66 


- 


76 


— 


113 


- 


67 


_ 


136 


8 


50 




«9 


- 


79 


1 


53 


2 


200 


89 


88 


5 


68 


— 


152 


- 


87 


6 


106 


— 


103 


— 


130 


3 


104 


2 


78 


- 


105 


"• 


188 


7 


128 


- 


98 


— 


50 


— 


107 


— 


121 


13 


66 




137 


- 


82 


2 


63 


— 


187 


- 


112 


— 


75 


— 


53 


— 


183 


4 



12 
8 

28 

80 

1 

1 

17 



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27 

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20 
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14 

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84 

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11 

24 

1 

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5 

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6 

18 





24 

9 
11 

4 

7 

26 



8 

11 

9 

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67 

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180 

182 

98 

42 

81 

100 

87 

69 



70 
119 
212 
155 

62 
169 
115 



97 

95 
145 
128 

80 
102 
143 

81 
167 



99 
100 

89 

76 
281 
114 

87 
190 
100 
122 
117 
180 



128 
109 
119 



247 

143 
132 
03 
123 
171 



72 
148 

116 
80 

208 

142 
90 
63 

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11 

13 
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32 
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43 

11 
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18 

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42 

4 

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17 

78 



7 
18 


16 
160 
44 
16 
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21 
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28 
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58 
17 
10 
5 
11 
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2 

7 

18 

6 

3 

17 

7 
13 
14 



33 
5 

27 
6 

7 
18 

4 



9 
13 

8 

4 

8 
18 
69 



7 

7 

9 

2 

45 

20 

6 

16 

21 

10 

8 

94 



25 

21 
10 



99 
13 
8 
4 
11 
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10 

8 

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14 

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rV.— EASTERN CODNTIEa— 



194 
195 
196 
197 



14..— ESSEX. 

West Ham - - - 
Eppimo - - - - 
Onoab - - - - 

ROMFOBD - - - - 



19,477 


34395 


260 




67 


186 


1 




9<4 


25 


1? 


7 


3 






46,452 


15.681 


82 


— 


12 


60 


- 


3 


74 


8 




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89 


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4 


43 


1 


11 


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34307 


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83 


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118 


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Abstract of MarrioffeSf 1869, 
HABSIAOSS b ih6 Year 1859— in Districts— ^on/inuedl 



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88 
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119 
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153 
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72 


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29 


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117 


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69 


62 


19 


85 


27 


41 


22 


S3 


41 


52 


SO 


53 


23 


55 


21 


42 


68 


77 


71 


39 


48 


41 


19 


23 


45 


48 


68 


84 


26 


28 


33 


50 


13 


28 


18 


19 


69 


74 


53 


46 


29 


28 


10 


21 


53 


80 



7.— HEBTFORD8KIBE. 

Waub. 

ISlSHOP Stostpokd. 

ROTSTON. 
JIlTCHIN. 
IlEKTFOBD. 

Hatfield. 

8t. Albans. 

Watfosd. 

Hbmel Hbmpstkai). 

Uk&kuakpstbad. 

8.-BUCKINOHAM8HIRE. 

AH>B8HAM. 

Eton. 

Wtcombe. 

Atlksbubt. 

WiNSLOW. 

Nbwpobt Paonbll* 
buckinqham. 

9.— OXFORD8HIIIS. 

Hemlbt. 

TUAMB. 

Ueadinoton. 

OXFOBD. 
BiCESTEB. 

Woodstock. 

WiTKBT. 

Chippiho Nobtow. 
Banbubt. 

10.— NORTHAMPTONSH. 

Bbacklxt. 
towcestbb. 

rOTTEBSPUBT. 

habd1ng8t0mb. 

nobthampton. 

Davbntbt. 

Bbixwobth. 

Wellinobobouob. 

kxttebino. 

thbap8ton. 

OUMDLE. 

Petebbobougb. 

11. HX7NTZNODON8KIIiE. 

huntinodom. 
St. Ives. 
St. Neots. 

la.— BEDFORD8HIRE. 

Bbdpobd. 

Bioolbswadb. 

Ampthill. 

WOBUBN. 

Lbiobtob Buisabd. 
Luton. 

13.— CAMBRIDQESHIRE. 

Caxton. 

Cuestbbton. 

Cambbidox. 

Linton. 

Newxabkit. 

Elt 

NOBTB WrroHPOBD. 

Whittlbsbt. 

WUBBACa. 



UABRIAGES in the Yetr 1859— in Dwtbiotb. 



M 


n 


TT 


87 


211 


14 


25 


19 


44 


33 


8 


96 


50 


47 


25 


47 


U 


17 


16 


87 


66 


3 


7 


6 


18 


9 


3 


17 


31 


17 


14 


20 


I 


M 


13 


98 


s-i 


1 


8 


2 


5 


8 


3 


13 


96 


17 


18 


19 


9S 


88 


97 


40 


110 


7 


8 


5 


18 


13 


9 


34 


40 


43 


23 


88 



14..— E8SEX. 



West Hax. 

Epping. 

Ongab. 

BOMFOBD. 



12 



Abstract of MarriageMy 1859. 



rv.— EASTERN CX)UNTIES^ 



DI8TBICTS. 



AmiA 

in 
Statute 

ACTM. 



MABBIAOES. 



Aoeordinc to the RitM of the 
E^taUished Chnreh. 



Kot aeoordinc to the Ritet of the 
Ee^Siihed Chnreh. 






In ^di- 
ned Puwwc. 




I 



Ko. 
196 
190 
900 

901 

sns 

908 



14.- ESSEX -ootUuMed. 



OiasTT - 

BiLLBKTCAT 
CHBLMSrOftD 

RooHroKO 
Maldon - 

TENDftlNO 
soil COUSRBtTm 
905 liBXDBIf - 

905 WiTHAK 
207 HaLSTZAD 

906 BAAIMTEU 
909 DUMMOW 

910 SArrmoK Waldut - - 



&1 

119 
SIS 
914 
91A 
916 
917 
918 
919 
290 
Vl\ 
999 



994 

985 



sr 



998 



980 
9S1 
989 



985 



937 
986 



940 
941 
949 

948 
944 

MS 
946 
947 
S«8 
949 



9S0 
951 
959 
958 
984 
956 
956 
S57 
958 
959 
960 
961 



988 
964 
965 

966 
967 



15.— SUFFOLK. 



RnnauMB - - - 

HUDBUftT - - - - 

COSPOKD - - - - 

Thiitoob - - - - 

RUBT St. EDMUXDt - 

MlLDBMBALL - - - 

Stow - - - - - 

Habtiimbbs - - - 

HOXMB - - - - 

ROSMBBB - - - - 

SAMrOBD - - - - 

IrswicH - - - - 

WOODBBIDOB - - - 

PLOMBBOATB - - - 

Bltthimo - - - 

Wakofobd - - - 

MUTFOBD- - - - 



16. -NORFOLK. 



Tabmouth - - 

FUMO - - - 

TCNtTBAD - - 

EBPIMOBAX - - 

AYUHAM - - - 

St. Faitbb - - 

NOBWICH - - - 

FOBBBOB - - - 

HBirrnuD - - 

BLOriBLD- - - 

LODDON - - - 



PiPWADB - - 

GUILTCBOM - - 

WATLAlfD - - 

MiTFOBO - - - 

Wauimobam 

DOCKIKO - - - 

Fbbbbbiimib Ltw 

KlMOeLTMB - - 

DOWMHAJC - - 

SWAFrHAM - - 

THBTrOBD - - 



40,507 
50345 
83^06 
107346 
107300 
80303 
11300 
783S1 
88388 
88313 
883A2 
79304 
68380 



58364 
78309 
583M 
89,464 

8384 
6I344 
55349 
84315 
58365 
57390 
50330 

8308 
82,105 
75364 
99307 
85379 
85,490 



1310 
99367 
69307 
78318 
68,193 

483(H 
4385 
37384 
433A8 
44,178 
50,401 

78381 
44385 
51363 

I053S3 
87348 

101,136 

78,775 

5,490 

83387 

8I3OO 

117370 



10343 
18,787 
88372 
15338 
22,137 
87,710 
19,443 
21366 
16390 
10373 
17381 
20,496 
20^16 



18485 
30314 
18,107 
10314 
13300 
10354 
81,110 
19328 
15300 

17310 
12,403 
82,750 
23,776 
21,477 
87383 
14314 
20,163 



96380, 
8,407 ' 
15314 
21,722 
20307 
11300 
68,195 
1S3G5 
11345 
11374 
15,095 

96385 
12,744 
12,141 
29389 
21383 
18448 
13387 
203SO 
90365 
14320 
19340 



79 

la^ 

982 

164 
180 
218 
174 
93 
152 
121 
119 
131 



150 
261 
188 
14} 
106 
71 
124 
127 

loa 

129 
81 
830 
149 
147 
104 
73 
169 



881 
M 

111 

146 

121 

67 

707 

88 

72 

72 

88 

192 

79 

67 

183 

144 

123 

92 

184 

145 

101 

ISO 



1 

10 
22 

7 

17 

21 

18 

13 

10 

6 

6 

9 

10 



5 
11 
17 
16 
25 

8 
19 
11 
15 
17 

7 
40 
17 
20 
19 
14 
90 



85 

4 
12 
90 
10 

7 
89 

9 
18 
IS 
14 

19 

9 

6 

29 

19 

14 



14 

8 

16 

6 



58 
78 

158 
79 

115 

147 
08 

128 
55 
07 
88 
87 

101 



96 

181 

97 

116 

58 

50 

TO 

89 

70 

81 

56 

115 

76 

101 

147 

46 

184 



983 
49 
87 

104 
99 
50 

40L 
61 
58 
58 
61 

129 
AO 
51 

197 
99 

102 
78 
82 

198 
64 

118 





11 


1 


8 


1 


8 


» 


9 


1 


15 


2 


5 


15 


10 


8 


16 


• 


10 


— 


19 


1 


3 


• 


6 


^ 


1 




85 


8 


87 



70 
99 

179 

88 

148 

175 

136 

150 

75 

189 

06 

105 

118 



188 



16 

8 
1 
8 
8 
1 



8 
1 



5 
6 

1 
10 

4 
8 
8 
7 

14 

9 
1 
1 
5 



1 

1 
7 

18 
6 

1 
8 

1 
4 
8 

'o 

5 



119 

140 

78 

68 

99 

105 

87 

106 

70 

171 

109 

194 

170 

68 

150 



58 
99 

196 
100 
67 
512 
70 
72 
72 
88 

160 

65 

58 

159 

112 

120 

90 

96 

188 

85 

184 



9 
18 
53 

7 
86 
14 
77 
15 
17 
80 
98 
14 
19 



19 
89 
IS 

8 
88 

9 
89 
99 
19 
16 
11 
150 
40 
23 
94 
10 

9 



49 
1 
19 
20 
19 



9 

9 



8 



985 

18 



6 

89 

7 

9 

84 

89 

3 

2 

86 

7 

10 

15 



6 
1 



8 

4 
S5 

7 
94 

7 
97 
14 

5 
28 
18 
14 
10 



19 

17 

9 

1 

9 

1 

80 

99 

13 

19 

8 

44 

15 

11 

94 



9 



96 

1 

8 

17 

11 



24 

19 

7 
42 

1 

11 
8 
5 



58 
14 



98 

6 

8 

16 

11 

3 

19 

7 
6 
8 



91 

4 

9 

94 

1 

} 

6 

4 

8 

114 

95 

18 



11 

4 
8 
1 



8 

1 

8 
91 

9 
17 

10 
10 



v.— SOUTH WESTERN COUNTTEa— 



17.— WILTSHIRE. 

HlOBWOBTB - - - - 

CBICUJkDB - - - - 

Malmbbubt - - - - 

Cbiptbiibam - - - - 

Calitb - - - - - 

Mablbobouob . - - 

Dbvibm - - - - - 

Mbuebbam - - - - 

BBADrOBD - - - - 

WBtTBUBT - - - -. 

WABMIlffTXB- - - - 

PBWtBT - - - - - 

AMBiBUBT - - - - 

ALOBBBUBT* - - - - 

Saliudbt - - - - 

Hilton - - - - - 

TUBCBT - - - - - 



60364 


17390 


188 




6 


96 






104 


19 




7 


18 






41366 


11,403 


89 


- 


5 


69 


- 


8 


77 


12 


. 


5 


7 


. 


^ 


67308 


14309 


09 


- 


15 


58 


— 


18 


85 


14 


_ 


18 


1 


„ 


^ 


6O335 


91,407 


149 


- 


90 


100 


- 


8 


123 


19 


. 


10 




_ 


^ 


28310 


0473 


78 


~ 


S 


49 


7 


10 


09 


8 


— 


8 


. 


„ 


^ 


42392 


10363 


58 


- 


7 


48 


• 


- 


55 


3 


— 


8 


_ 


„ 


^ 


68,491 


28386 


117 


— 


6 


56 


• 


86 


96 


19 


. 


17 


9 


^ 


^^ 


17,768 


1831fi 


187 


- 


8 


54 


1 


4 


67 


70 


— 


69 




1 


^ 


18300 


11307 


78 


- 


5 


58 


1 


1 


60 


19 


. 


18 


„ 




^ 


80344 


18380 


05 


- 


13 


65 


- 


. 


78 


17 


.. 


17 


_ 


., 


^ 


56356 


17367 


190 


- 


15 


86 


. 


1 


109 


18 


. 


15 


8 


^ 


^ 


6.1350 


18308 


76 


- 


5 


59 


— 


8 


79 


4 


_ 


1 


8 


^ 


^^ 


62,420 


83S0 


68 


- 


3 


58 


1 


5 


69 


1 


— 


1 




,. 


^^ 


62360 


14378 


100 


- 


17 


•7 


1 


. 


85 


15 


. 


7 


8 


_ 


^ 


480 


8380 


71 


- 


8 


80 


6 


1 


45 


96 


_ 


94 


9 


^ 


^ 


85304 


10,742 


m 


- 


5 


71 


2 


2 


80 


6 


— 


6 




^ 


^ 


40,404 


10,181 


100 


— 


8 


60 


- 


4 


79 


98 


IS 


15 


^ 


^ 




38311 


8,433 


44 


— 


5 


80 


- 


4 


89 


5 


8 


8 


. 


- 


«• 



• See Pbco 8, Koto •. 



Abstract of Marriaga, 1 859. 
U&SRIAGBS in the Tear 1859— ia Distbtcts— »>•<■>•»<<. 





MAafilAOBg. 


iJShS, 








•ss^ass&r 


»—«».-. 


« 


FtmAfo. 








X 


1 


uSa 






i 


1 






s 


ii 


1 


't 


i 


1 


i 


1 






11 






11 

1 

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» 

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s 

1 
s 

H 

s 

3 


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s 

s 
s 

■3 

S 

s 
1 


n 

1 
s 

M 

: 

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1 

£ 

If 


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s 
: 

1 
s 

1 

J 


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1 

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5 
1 

in 

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s 

m 

1 


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ii 

s 

s 

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j 

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J 

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; 

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&_ 

19.— BnrFoi.K. 

1 
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i. 

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Dnwui. 



XASRUaES in the Teu- 1899-^ Dutmob. 


















































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14 



Abstract ofMarriagesj 1859. 

v.— SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIEa— 



No. 
288 
209 
270 

2n 

S72 
S78 
274 
27a 
276 
277 
278 



279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
28d 
287 
288 

289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
294 
29.1 
290 
297 
298 



299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
804 
305 
308 
807 
806 
309 
810 
811 
SIS 



8180 

818& 

314 

815 

316 

817 

818 

819 

820 

821 

822 

823 

824 

825 

828 

827 

828 



DISTBICTa 



18.— DOR8ETSHIRC. 
Shaftmbukt- - - - - 

8TDRMfW8TSS- - - - - 

BLANDrOftD - - - - - 

WiMBUftMB _ - - - - 

POOLB- ------ 

WAEEHAX - - - - - 

Wbtmouth - - - - - 

D0RCUE8TSS - - - - - 

SHZBBOHMB - - - - - 

Bbamikstbb - - - - - 

Bbidpobt - - - - - 

19.— DEVONSHIRE, 

Axuikstbk - - - - - 

honiton i- - - - - - 

St. Thomas - - - - - 

EXSTER ------ 

Nbwtoh Abbot - - - - 

TOTNBS ------ 

KlNOSBRIDOB - - - - 

Pltmptok St. Mart - - 
Plymouth - - - - - 
East STOMBHomB - - - 

StokbDambbbl - - - - 

Tavistock - - - - - 

Okbhamttok- - - - - 

Crediton - - - - - 

Tiveetok _ - - - - 

Sooth Moltoit - - - - 

liARMSTAPLB - - - - - 

TORRIKOTON - - - - - 

BiDBPORD* » - - - - 

UOLSWOBTHT* - - - - 

ao.— OORNWALL. 

Strattoic - - - - - 

Camblfobo _ - - - - 

Laumcbston - - . - - 

St. Germans - - - - - 

LiSKBABD - - - - - 

Bodmin - - - - - - 

St. COLUMB - - - , - 

St. Austell - - - - - 

Trdro ------ 

Falmouth - - - - - 

Helstok ------ 

Redruth - ^ - - - - 

Penxanob - - - - - 

SciLLT Islands . - - - 

ai.— SOMEBSET8HIBE. 
WiLLITON - - - - - 

dulvbrtok - - - - - 

Wellington- - - - - 

Taunton ------ 

Bridowatbb- - - - - 

Lanoport - - - - - 

CHARD ------ 

Yeovil ------ 

WiNCANTOJI - - - - - 

Fromb ------ 

Shbpton Mallbv - - - 
Wells ------ 

azbridob - - - - - 

Clutton ------ 

Bath- ------ 

Ketnsham - - - - - 

Bbdminsteb - - - - 

— — — ' -^ 



Abea 

in 
Statute 
AczM. 



86,493 
87,474 
67,731 
81,163 
27,023 
96,809 
87,282 
115,839 
40,018 
53,764 
83487 



61,788 

80,867 

130,141 

1300 

117,386 

98,842 

72,918 

75,569 

1,685 

885 

2,880 

152,484 

128,797 

91360 

106361 

123,233 

149,729 

81,472 

68364 

82,519 



54,406 
51347 

101,777 
47,148 

118,453 
88,981 
78,693 
57,446 
92,211 
27,903 
72371 
40305 
65,092 
8360 



109302 
78,727 
60,454 
70,452 
92373 
59391 
60342 
52,151 
66,120 
51399 
49307 
64,822 

105379 

47326 
80321 
83358 
5736B 



3 

o 






18,020 
10,382 
14337 
17384 
I238O 
17,417 
22,037 
25,(X« 
18,081 
14370 
16366, 



20303 
2:^324 

483on 

82323 

52300 

84,022 

21377 

19,723 

52321 { 

11379 

88,180 I 

27350 

90,401 I 

21,728 ' 

33340 I 

20/>66 

38,178 

17,491 

18336 

10,931 



838O 
8,448 
1830-^ 
16345 
33331 
20,493 
17.402 
32,073 
42370 
22,052 
28,402 
58328 
5S317 
2327 



19395 
6,023 
22421 
85,114 
33,188 
18367 
26385 
28,463 
21311 
25325 i 
16357 
21342 
83359 
25327 
69347 
21315 ' 
88,143 



O 



H 
O 
H 



HARRIAQE8. 






Aooordisff to the Ritas of tb« 
EBtablished Chnroli. 



106 




8 


76 


— 


13 


98 


— 


10 


135 


- 


14 


99 


— 


15 


126 


— 


13 


215 


- 


80 


208 


- 


23 


120 


- 


19 


115 


- 


23 


139 


— 


13 


183 




24 


nx\ 


— 


31 


2!)8 


— 


53 


44<l 


— 


69 


360 


— 


40 


229 


— 


S3 


119 


- 


16 


77 


— 


13 


797 


— 


86 


164 


- 


27 


619 


— 


95 


175 


— 


13 


120 


— 


23 


122 


- 


21 


24.5 


— 


83 


129 


— 


11 


2.58 


— 


33 


187 


— 


17 


128 


— 


17 


70 


— 


8 


57 




2 


47 


— 


4 


129 


— 


11 


99 


- 


16 


266 


^ 


25 


142 


- 


24 


116 


- 


21 


252 


— 


31 


dr>3 


— 


89 


177 


- 


81 


229 


— 


14 


481 


- 


41 


408 


— 


50 


17 


— 


2 


129 




29 


40 


— 


9 


134 


- 


15 


309 


— 


87 


244 


- 


41 


m 


- 


18 


227 


— 


18 


261 


- 


16 


177 


- 


23 


163 


- 


20 


96 


- 


15 


157 


— 


23 


204 


— 


28 


117 


— 


4 


643 


„ 


99 


140 


— 


9 


269 


— 


34 



48 

58 

74 

98 

53 

87 

132 

166 

78 

76 

104 



125 
114 
161 
169 
163 
115 
69 
49 
890 
114 

302 
97 
55 
76 

132 
99 

141 
92 
54 
52 



49 

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93 

79 

146 

178 

90 

146 

275 

294 

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94 

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186 

155 

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170 

159 

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87 

119 

90 

807 

119 

195 



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2 
8 



2 

8 
2 
2 
2 

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5 

4 



8 



5 
11 
7 
2 
8 



6 
12 

4 

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13 



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2 

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18 
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6 
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18 



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101 

78 

89 

126 

80 

111 

176 

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97 

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148 
252 
262 
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163 
101 
68 
489 
141 

405 
118 
104 
102 
217 
115 
178 
113 
76 
56 



53 

89 

85 

97 

175 

121 

103 

177 

217 

126 

175 

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846 

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125 
40 
111 
242 
209 
107 
206 
198 
150 
128 
68 
116 
174 
108 
447 
185 
843 



Kot SAcordtng to tbe Bitss oftbB 
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VL— WEST MIDLAND COUNTIEa— 



830 
831 
332 
333 
334 
885 



22.— OLOUCE8TEBSH. 



1340 


65,716 


1288 




117 


8S9 


26 


2 


1064 


2.'f4 


43 


52 


155 


2 


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13 


72 


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76 


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6 


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72 


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Bristol - - - - - 

Clipton - - - - - 

Chipping Sodbubt - - 

Thobnbvrt - - - - 

DURSLBT - - - - - 

Wbstbubt-on-Sbvbbn - 
IJbwbnt - - - 

• Tba psrish oT Brsdwortby (pop. 1071 in 1851) wm transferred flrom the Bradworthy rabdittriot of the Bideford (297) district to the 

Milton Damerel snbdistriot of the Holsworthy (296) district on 18 Jnly 1859- 



Abstract qf Marriageiy 1659. 
MABBIAGE9 in the Tear 1859~m 'Dinmcn—conHnued, 



15 



MABBIAOES. 






or 



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106 
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19 


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16 


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19 


9 


98 


15 


16 


17 


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30 


92 


8 


9 


5 


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7 


11 


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6 


16 


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18 


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17 


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17 


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45 


23 


8 


54 


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28 


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86 


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16 


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85 


76 


76 


94 


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9 


9 


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12 


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6 


12 


16 


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20 


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11 


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88 


19 


13 


10 


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15 


7 


10 


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6 


19 


18 


9 


8 


1 


9 


1 


8 


2 


8 


5 


5 


1 


3 


2 


5 


3 


6 


8 


7 


15 


14 


6 


9 


4 


13 


4 


7 


17 


9 


96 


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24 


17 


3 


20 


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10 


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29 


17 


20 


31 


11 


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21 


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14 


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57 


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97 


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188 


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82 


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82 


29 


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88 
52 
55 
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42 
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67 
65 
64 
91 
83 
61 
31 
15 
264 
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189 
68 
46 
88 
75 
88 
84 
57 
40 
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21 
17 
41 
40 

117 
48 
45 

128 

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55 

107 

967 

186 

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43 
17 
43 
87 
78 
48 
100 
125 
64 
47 
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60 
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76 
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98 


27 


98 


22 


11 


27 


90 


38 


10 


20 


16 


41 


91 


50 


31 


59 


16 


37 


81 


96 


28 


41 


39 


57 


37 


56 


27 


63 


86 


88 


83 


85 


38 


56 


14 


85 


10 


13 


97 


954 


17 


54 


89 


179 


82 


53 


28 


31 


19 


86 


45 


59 


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46 


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82 


88 


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15 


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9 


27 


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17 


88 


58 


80 


24 


89 


92 


34 


67 


80 


68 


78 


99 


51 


61 


68 


163 


162 


80 


150 


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3 


28 


33 


8 


14 


95 


32 


47 


77 


40 


72 


85 


83 


66 


61 


60 


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85 


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83 


88 


53 


86 


58 


86 


83 


56 


188 


44 


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18. DORSSTSHZXIB. 

SBArrBSBumT. 
STDftMiirrnEB. 

BLANDrOED. 
WlMBOaNB. 

PooLa. 

Warbham. 

Wbtxoutb. 

DoRCHnrsm. 

Sberborkb. 

BSAMIMfTIB. 

Bridport. 

19. -DEVONSHIRE. 

AXMINSTSR. 
IlOMlTOM. 

St. Thomao. 

EXBTBR. 

Nbwtok Abbot. 

TOTlfBS. 
KiMOtBRIDOB. 

Pltmptom St. Habt. 

Plymouth. 

East Stonbhocib* 

STOCB DAMXRXIto 

Tavistock. 

Orbhamptom. 

Crbditon. 

TlVBRTON. 

South Moltow. 
Barnstaplb. 

TORRIMOTOir. 

BlDRFOBD. 

HOLOWORTHT. 

ao.— OOBNWALI*. 

Stratton. 
Camrlpord. 
Lavmobbton. 
St. Obrmans, 

LiSRBABD. 

Boomir. 
St. Coluxb. 
St. Austbll. 
Truro. 
Falmouth. 
Ublston. 
Rboruth. 
psmzance. 

SCILLY ItLAVM. 

ai.— SOMimSETBRZAE. 

WlLLITOW. 

Dulvbrtom. 

Wblliwoton. 

Taoktok. 

Bridowateb. 

Lamopobt. 

Chard. 

Yeovil. 

WiNOAMTOV. 

Fromb. 

Shepton Mallbt. 

Wells. 

Axbridob. 

Clutton. 

Bath. 

KETMSRAJf. 
BEDMIirSTXE. 



3E= 



Brr- 



MABBIAOES in the Year 1859 in 


D18TBICT8. 














































a2.-OL0UCS8TERaRIBS. 


»i 


8«9 


soa 


ISO 


1098 


54 


180 


78 


906 


138 


89 


919 


S58 


875 


149 


835 


Bristol. 


. B4 


178 


163 


iri 


813 


97 


as 


40 


103 


67 


41 


100 


153 


903 


103 


150 


CLIfTOM. 


tt 


S» 


la 


S8 


87 


4 


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15 


8 


14 


15 


51 


87 


99 


80 


Chippino Sodbubt. 


V 
7 


SB 

as 


19 

at 


17 
9S 


83 
69 


8 


4 
8 




6 
13 


9 
7 


5 
7 


6 


40 
96 


SI 


21 
11 


24 

82 


Thorkbubt. 

DORSLET. 


■ 


as 


£l 98 1 


106 


8 


10 




15 


8 


11 


86 


57 


44 


82 


37 


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16 



Abstract of Marriages^ 1859. 

VL— WEST MIDLAND COUNTEESw— 



DISTRICTS. 



Ko. 
886 
88r 
388 
880 
840 
841 
848 
848 
844 
848 



848 
847 
848 
849 
800 

aa 



889 

888 

8M 

86S 

808 

807 

868 

800 

880 

881 

868 

888< 

8686 

884 

860 

806 



867 



870 
871 
878 
878 
874 
870 
876 
877 
878 
870 
880 
881 
888 



884 
880 
886 
887 



800 
801 



804 
880 
806 
807 
888 
800 
400 
401 
40S 
408 
404 
406 
406 
407 



aa.— OLOUCESTEB.-€oiit. 

Qloc owtie - - - - - 

WHBATINBUBtT - - - - 

Steoub ------ 

TlTBUBT ------ 

Cim£lfOX8TKB - - - - - 

noktblkach - - - - - 
Stow-oh-ths-Wolo - - - 

WlNOHCOMB - - - - - 
CHSLTXNHAJC- - - . - 
TSWXJttBDBT - - - - - 

as.— HEREFORDSHIRE. 

Lbdsust ------ 

Rom ------- 

HnxfOED - - . - - 

WlOBLT ------ 

BBOKTAmD - . - - - 

Lbomikstxk - - - - - 

34.— SHROPSHIRE. 

Ldslow ------ 

Cluk - ------ 

Cbueob Stbbtton - - - 
Clbobubt Moatixbe - - 
Rbidokoath - - - - - 

Shiitnal- - - - - - 

Madxlbt- - - - - - 

Atohaii ------ 

SHBSWSBUmT - - - - - 
OSVXSTBT - - - - - 
EXXAUfSBB . - - - - 

Wm ------- 

WHiroHumcB- . . - - 
MAmcxT Dbatton - - - 
Wblunoton- - _ - - 

NSWPOBT ------ 

as.— STAFFORDSHIRE. 

Rtaffobd- - - - - - 

Stokb ------ 

Newcastlb-uhdba-Ltiu - 
woutantoiv _ - - - 
STOKe-DPOMoTmnrr - - - 
Lbbk ------- 

Cuadlb ------ 

Uttoxstxb - - - - - 

BUETOW-CTON-TmBNT - - 

Tavwobth - - - - - 

LiCBnXLD - - - - - 

Pbhuidob - - - - - 

WOLVKBHAXTTOIf - - - 

Walsall ------ 

Wmt BmoMwxcfl- _ - - 
Dddlst -..-.- 

as. WORCESTERSHIRE. 
Stoubbmbob- - - - - 

KiDDBBinMtTXB - . - - 
TBlfBOBT ------ 

Mabtlbt ------ 

WOBCBSTBB - - ~ - - 

UrroN-oM-SBysmii . - - 

EWHAII ------ 

Pbbbrobb- - - - - - 

DBomnoB - - - - - 

Bbomsobovb - - - - - 

Knros Nobton - - - - 

a?.— WARWICKSHIRE. 

Bteminqhax . - - - - 

AlTON ------ 

Mbbiobn ------ 

ATBXBfTOirB - - - - - 

Nuneaton - - - - - 
Folbirill - . - - - 
covbntbt . - - - - 

RUOBT ------ 

SOUHTIX - - - - - 

Wabwiok - - - - - 
Stbatpobd-on-Avom - - 

ALCSiTBB- - - - - - 

SBinroN-ON-BTOum - - - 

SOCTBAM ------ 



in 
Staknte 

ACTQfl* 



32,892 
94,471 
43,720 
90,841 
80,866 
67,647 
41481 
57,404 
94,876 
88,818 



48J88 
05,068 
144,901 
48,000 
61,600 
60y620 



87,078 
82386 
46,184 
04,640 
69,806 
46/)08 
27,001 
104,144 
18,082 
77,048 
71,081 
01,197 
80,076 
67,010 
83,028 
47,477 



02/)22 
68,0»4 
96;718 
18/170 
10<490 
72303 
00,146 
62300 
00302 
46,740 
71313 
70,789 

08300 
21303 
10364 
17384 



16300 
87321 
85341 
03,718 
6380 
08316 
46300 
02380 
06320 
47374 
98^ 



9360 
81378 
48318 
97388 
90,498 
19380 

0,480 
80,700 
46310 
66380 
70,001 
09,480 

78309 
00,409 



82340 

7387 

87386 

6304 

21327 

10384 

9382 

10.186 

44,184 

10,131 



18489 
10302 
80,104 
8,n8 
11387 
14310 



17351 
10,110 
6467 
8383 
15306 
11,483 
27327 
10,174 
23,104 
22,705 
15330 
10323 
11370 
14460 
20,720 
15320 



9fl;787 
10344 
90314 
413I6 
87349 
23331 
18,142 
16,140 
81348 
18396 
20370 
16300 

IO44O8 
48344 
68,729 

106380 



07350 
82317 
7347 
18311 
27377 
18370 
14<468 
I83O8 
I8402 
94329 
8O37I 



178351 
66362 
11367 
U348 
18332 
18397 
86312 
23,477 
11381 
41334 
90,789 
17^482 
90351 
10304 






880 
38 

274 
45 

144 
89 
71 
73 

438 

111 



83 
99 

883 
47 
61 

106 



140 

00 

82 

88 

103 

126 

178 

107 

251 

174 

75 

63 

86 

04 

917 

Ul 



178 
161 
105 
611 
776 
171 
168 
04 
818 
92 
197 
114 

1054 
418 
860 

1476 



006 

206 

49 

80 

826 

111 

88 

00 

186 

150 

670 



2194 
798« 

68 

70 
104 
162 
483 
136 

81 
802 
136 

04 
160 

66 



MABBIAGES. 



Aooording to the Ritaa of tha 
EstaUiBhed Choreh. 



Not aeeording to Um RhM of th« 
EstabUibed Choreh. 



60 


31 


17 
7 
8 
8 

86 

90 



18 
13 
08 
14 

4 
91 



20 

5 

6 

8 

20 

14 

15 

7 

02 

33 

10 

13 

10 

22 

10 

92 



83 
82 
23 
27 
06 
85 
21 
80 
56 
18 
27 
19 
72 
15 
43 
81 



16 
17 
7 
15 
28 
85 
11 
10 
82 
18 
68 



62 
68 
14 

6 
14 

7 
40 
29 
10 
56 
19 
10 
21 
18 



970 
99 

U0 
96 

101 
57 
48 
61 

930 
70 



08 

or 

170 
96 
44 

n 



08 
48 
95 
96 
56 
110 
101 
88 
98 
86 
92 
28 
58 
44 
102 
77 



00 
102 
117 
414 
683 
119 
129 

43 
188 

64 
107 

70 
755 



760 
1400 



447 

170 

88 

71 

918 

75 

47 

66 

147 

105 

000 



1849 

686 

40 

44 

68 

199 

827 

02 

66 

942 

06 

57 

120 

45 



10 
1 



12 

83 
2 



2 
74 
21 

7 



.5 



83 

8 



4 
1 

99 
9 



6 
9 
7 
2 
5 
99 

7 
9 

4 



9 
13 

40 

4 
11 

4 



8 
9 
1 
1 

12 
2 
9 

40 



85 
5 
7 

11 



4 

92 

8 

85 

18 



19 
8 
8 

80 

19 

17 

1 

10 

8 



2 

"0 

11 

7 



4 
12 
12 
8 
9 
6 



886 
86 

167 
87 

124 
86 
56 
71 

825 

104 



68 

85 
968 

44 

08 
07 



122 

50 

S3 

86 

86 

126 

137 

85 

183 

121 

73 

44 

76 

77 

211 

101 



144 
187 
142 

015 
710 
161 
J.-.0 

77 
271 

85 
169 
104 
885 
821 
815 
1488 



468 

199 

48 

69 

277 

100 

70 

88 

182 

129 



1744 

764 

63 

00 

97 

144 

886 

128 

80 

810 

127 

76 

150 

64 



InRegif- 
teredPbeee. 



H 
O 
H 




44 

2 

107 

8 

90 
8 

15 

9 

118 

7 



15 

14 

65 

8 

2 

9 



18 
10 



40 
11 
18 

9 

4 

80 

f 



880 
89 

11 

7 

18 
87 
18 

1 
49 


19 
10 

9 



9 
15 

41 
92 
68 
58 

2 
19 
10 
17 

6 
10 



84 
24 
08 
96 
66 
10 
18 
17 
47 
7 

28 
10 
910 
07 
04 
48 



88 

07 
1 



16 
9 



9 



9 
6 



8 




10 

17 

82 

22 

88 

4 

12 

1 



4 

10 
7 
108 
08 
41 
90 



18 
19 



7 
9 
8 
9 

4 



168 
8 



17 
7 

18 
7 

11 
1 



86 

9 
95 

19 
8 

15 
9 

87 
8 



16 

14 

20 

1 

2 

8 



10 
.8 



82 

2 
13 
10 

2 

10 

10 

16 

1 

4 



10 

7 

91 

43 

80 

6 

6 

10 

95 

8 

11 

8 

02 

17 

U 

10 



16 
44 



SO 

8 

10 



80 

4 



100 


10 

1 

18 
46 

2 

94 

1 
8 

1 



80 

2 



88 

1 

8 



1 

90 
46 
34 



81 
8 



1 
17 



10 

97 
9 
4 



18 

6 



87 
10 

1 

9 



84 

4 
1 



! 



15 



" Inetudii one hMMor who married a womaa diToreed. 



AbOraet of Marriagett 1659. 
MABRIAQE8 in tb Tmt 1859-^n Hintic-n—eMtiMU/d, 



MUUtlAOES. 



Slnadtki 



IKMMWIM «U t It 10 

KMUMMIlOll** 

a'lsm >iMs M H u n n 

anUttTIS*! 7T 

»*»BMJI«U1« 

mans at ti; awi 
a«iiwn8)«iiii 
ESMUMtaitg 

Man 0* »i u M u » tr 

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U« IS BS lU «(• M » B la Tl 
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M ai 7f as 10 

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39.-SLOUCBSTEBSK.-s 



aa.— HEBETOBDSBIKB. 



34.~SIIB0PSIIIBB. 



— STAFTOItDBKIRB. 



Ma WxT Bhuiwicb. 






18 



Abstract ofMcariages^ 1859. 

VEL— NORTH MIDLAND COUNTIES.- 



DISTBIOTS. 



AmiA 

in 
Statute 
Aeroi. 



O 



£ 



MARRIAGES. 



Aooordlng to th« RltM of kh« 
BataSliBhed Churoh. 






1 

i 

•8 



H 

O 
H 



Kot acoordinf to tiit RItM oftte 
EfUbUihed Chorok. 



InB«Kis- 
tored Places. 




No. 

408 

400 

410 

4U 

41S 

413 

414 

415 

416 

417 

418 



419 
490 



411 
4S2 
49S 
484 
485 
488 
487 



489 
480 
481 
488 
488 
484 



485 
485 

487 
488 
488 
440 
441 
448 
448 



444 
445 

446 

447 
448 
449 
400 
451 



aa.-LEICESTEBSHIRS. 
LCTTBBWOaTB - - - - 

Markbt HAmBomouoK - - 

BlLLnDOM - . - . . 

Blast .----- 

HlMCKLST - - - _ - 

Maekbt BoewoKTH - - - 

ASHBT-DK-LA-ZODOB - . . 
LOCQBBORODOH - - - - 

BAmmow-uroM-SoAm - - . 
LBioBrrBB . - . . - 

MXLTOK MOWBAAT - - - 

39.— RUTIJiMDSHIRE. 

Oakhak ------ 

UrPIMOOAK - - - - - 

30.— LIMCOLMSHIRE. 
Stamvoeo - - - - - 

BOUKN ------ 

SPALDlirU- - - - - - 

HOLBBAOH - - - - 

BoBTOir ------ 

Slbatobd - - - - - 

Obantbax - - - - - 

Lincoln - - - - - « 

hobncabtls - - - - - 

Spilsbt ------ 

Locrru ------ 

Caiitob ------ 

OLANrOBD BbIOO - - - 

Oainsbobodob - - - - 

31.— NOTTIMOHAMBB. 

EAiTRrrroBO - - - - 

WOBESOP ------ 

Manspibld - - - - - 

Babfobd ------ 

Raopobd- - - - - - 

nottinouaik- - - - - 

southwbll ----- 

Nbwabk ------ 

BiNOHAM ------ 

32.— DBRBYSHIRE. 

8flABI»LOir - - - - » 

Dbbbt ------ 

Bklpeb ------ 

ashbobnb - - - - - 

CBBtTKBnXLD . - - - 

Bakbwkll - - - - - 
Chapbl-bn-lb-Fbitb - - 

HATrULD - _ - - - 



59/»l 
84/«4 
50^91 
84,807 
88^0 
53^96 
50,849 
45,550 
47,868 
8,860 
96/)77 



65/»0 
58,086 



59358 
106,884 

70,181 
107,999 
185,547 
181,777 
106,999 
1584)90 
118,588 
140,869 
170J08 
188,164 
I6.%470 
108/68 



86,797 

80350 

554M0 

88,i>39 

6300 

1370 

117,459 

98384 

68488 



rS390 
9370 

86360 
100387 

94386 
107305 

68348 

48355 



16,194 
15389 
7309 
14,190 
16358 
13333 
85385 
95368 
90/ISO 
60349 
90388 



11318 
19,759 



19,755 
99369 
11380 
19.184 
88,444 
14351 
99350 
49369 
15389 
98337 
88«497 
84391 
88,786 
17358 



99,758 
19,158 
80,146 
64398 
96,776 
58,419 
85316 
80348 
16341 



8I399 
48384 
46379 
90309 
45J95 
99380 
11,496 
99,711 



94 

97 

81 

91 

119 

87 

808 

803 

188 

752 

146 



84 
81 



141 
165 
160 
188 
985 
905 
188 
405 
189 
179 
968 
888 
197 
150 



187 
168 
988 
644 
282 
1085 
166 
946 
95 



908 
643 
480 
157 
489 
919 
75 
901 



— 



16 

7 

8 

6 

8 

18 

97 

14 

17 

69 

95 



18 
14 



94 
84 
16 
99 

44 
34 
85 

79 
84 
81 
23 
84 
96 
19 



35 
26 
18 
89 
25 
114 
39 
84 
16 



85 

85 
48 
48 
43 
84 
16 
16 



59 

71 

98 

76 

78 

58 

198 

102 

94 

448 

89 



49 
45 



96 
119 
118 

95 
155 
184 
118 
168 
185 
109 
161 
147 
116 
108 



90 
111 
174 
504 
924 
764 
118 
116 

67 



143 
820 
180 

96 
157 
129 

52 
131 



83 

5 

45 

9 



10 
3 
9 



3 

48 



17 




3 
13 



9 
1 
1 

10 
5 
7 

16 
5 

91 

15 
3 
4 
1 



31 

16 

5 

6 



1 
7 

7 



10 
9 
9 

11 
8 
3 



85 

84 

31 

82 

86 

78 

157 

156 

135 

550 

118 



70 
72 



190 
145 
136 
120 
900 
178 
171 
167 
166 
154 
902 
184 
147 
123 



157 
155 
198 
557 
157 
885 
IS3 
166 
90 



191 
455 
880 
150 
810 
171 
69 
153 



• 




9 


^_ 


18 


- 


9 


. 


16 


3 


9 


— 


51 


5 


47 


5 


IS 


— 


902 


22 


28 


"■ 


14 




9 


• 


11 




90 


9 


94 


_ 


8 


_ 


76 


6 


89 


— 


17 


- 


188 


1 


16 


- 


2S 


— 


60 


- 


99 


6 


50 


- 


27 


■* 


80 




18 


6 


Zli 


- 


87 


- 


85 


- 


140 


31 


18 


— 


80 


9 


5 


• 


17 




168 


84 


100 


- 


7 


.. 


129 


91 


41 


4 


6 


— 


49 


29 







1 

18 
7 
14 
80 
6 
61 
14 



9 



18 
17 
18 

8 
59 

7 
16 
185 
16 
16 
41 
87 
46 
10 



19 

5 

81 

48 

7 

n 

8 

81 

9 



15 
74 
95 

7 
79 
19 

6 
19 



8 
5 
9 

88 

19 

7 

118 

14 



11 

15 

1 

1 

9 
19 

« 

4 

17 



11 
9 
14 
44 
18 
81 
10 
46 
8 



1 
90 

8 

18 

18 



Vra.— NORTH WESTERN COUNTIEa- 



451 

458 
454 
455 

456 
467 
458 
489 
460 



461 
468 
468 



465 

4w» 
467 
468 



33.- OHESHIRE. 

Stockpo&t - - - - - 

Macclbsfibld - - - - 

Altbincbam - - - - - 

Rdncobn ------ 

nobtbwicb - - - - - 

conoletun - - - - - 

Kantwicu - - - - - 

UBBAT BOCOBTOM(GHBiTBm)~ 
WlBBALL ------ 

34.— LANCASHIRE. 

LrrtBPooL - - - - - 
West Dbbbt - - - - 

Pbeatut ------ 

nKMBEMK - - - - - 
WlOAX ------ 

Wakbikoton- - - - - 

Lbiou- ------ 

Bolton ------ 

Bomv ------- 



80,709 


90306 


978 




41 


814 


4 




850 


81361 


68397 


608 


- 


69 


465 


17 


4 


548 


78365 


84,043 


aj9 


- 


59 


110 


1 


12 


182 


45,776 


2.%797 


197 


1 


88 


182 


— 


- 


171 


6.%445 


813l>9 


214 


— 


58 


188 


. 


1 


192 


523H9 


80/19 


297 


— 


49 


152 


54 


_ 


955 


111,126 


8A341 


818 


- 


69 


208 


7 


— 


979 


107 AW 


523.V) 


5A0 


1 


105 


821 


r 


16 


470 


II94IO 


57,157 


489 


— 


101 


801 


1 


17 


890 


9390 


258336 


4088 




6f« 


9870 


63 


1 


8042 


503H7 


153,279 


1446 


- 


888 


717 


ti 


86 


1116 


56,KK9 


5«V»74 


518 


— 


58 


823 


— 


2 


878 


1113>W 


883W 


811 


— 


82 


l.V) 


16 


1 


140 


47,*»ie 


77389 


845 


- 


9» 


489 


49 


— 


567 


29364 


8R,IA4 


409 


— 


44 


863 


8 


9 


817 


88y(10 


82,734 


836 


- 


91 


109 


11 


- 


151 


4S,(t96 


114,712 


11«3« 


— 


66 


779 


41 


I 


887 


88390 


88315 


798 


- 


87 


459 


104 


1 


594 



114 
55 

r 

96 
99 
49 

89 

80 

119 



896 
8*^ 
185 

62 
V% 

85 
185 
866 



78 

86 

5 

7 

6 

19 

11 

94 

f5 



769 

948 

117 

46 

908 

78 

55 

81 

45 



86 
14 
16 
17 
14 
99 
98 
18 
80 



86 

51 

8 

16 

49 

6 

119 

145 

116 



4 

6 
1 
2 
1 
5 
» 
7 



186 
81 



17 
1 
1 

8P 
48 



U 



* IndodM OM widower who marrtod a woman dlToretd. 



Abstract of Marriages, 1859. 

MASRIAGES in the Tear 1859— in Distbicts. 



19 



MARRIAGES. 



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137 
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4 


8 


8 


10 


6 


5 


78 


1 


14 


4 


18 


5 


5 


28 


2 


1 


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1 


2 


1 


74 


2 


12 


8 


15 


6 


7 


98 


1 


12 


7 


19 


8 


10 


78 


1 


7 


8 


10 


4 


5 


188 


5 


28 


11 


37 


16 


25 


1«9 


8 


19 


18 


81 


15 


80 


111 


4 


18 


7 


38 


11 


8 


895 


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9U 


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187 


67 


75 


138 


9 


12 


8 


14 


11 


6 


74 




8 


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73 


8 


4 


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5 


4 


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184 


5 


5 


7 


18 


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VA 


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90 


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23 


8 


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108 


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9 


21 


14 


S 


388 


11 


88 


13 


41 


24 


17 


175 


5 


17 


8 


25 


13 


7 


148 


18 


23 


10 


33 


23 


9 


880 


18 


88 


19 


57 


87 


18 


149 


8 


SO 


7 


27 


IS 


8 


150 


8 


15 


11 


28 


14 


5 


317 


8 


84 


15 


89 


21 


13 


893 


10 


23 


18 


41 


28 


IS 


160 


3 


18 


16 


84 


19 


9 


119 


4 


19 


8 


27 


12 


9 


139 


4 


IC 


8 


24 


12 


7 


189 


7 


18 


9 


22 


16 


4 


197 


7 


19 


10 


29 


17 


24 


389 


17 


83 


25 


88 


42 


99 


327 


11 


2B 


16 


44 


27 


89 


799 


48 


110 


78 


les 


116 


75 


144 


4 


18 


5 


18 


9 


8 


197 


8 


81 


10 


41 


18 


9 


81 


3 


5 


5 


10 


8 


7 


188 


2 


13 


7 


20 


9 


17 


807 


28 


7ft 


88 


118 


81 


38 


888 


14 


47 


81 


78 


45 


45 


183 


8 


16 


6 


28 


9 


10 


888 


28 


34 


14 


48 


67 


35 


189 


8 


28 


7 


85 


15 


14 


88 


— 


7 


S 





S 


1 


158 


10 


28 


8 


86 


18 


8 



10 
18 

2 
18 
16 

9 
57 
48 
25 
165 
20 



12 





23 
88 
SU 
32 
71 
88 
27 
81 

29 

(X) 
62 

28 



89 
27 
57 

213 
70 

ITU 
29 
31 
15 



88 

183 

103 

18 

181 

29 

17 

17 



22 

24 
7 

29 
48 
21 
64 
54 
49 
188 
26 



21 

31 



41 
52 
48 
81 
64 
62 
38 
79 
44 
48 
03 
66 
55 
3S 



54 
88 
93 

244 
53 

292 
31 
40 
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44) 

111 

126 

21 

143 

48 

16 

51 



25 
17 
5 
51 
69 
20 
84 
79 
48 
273 
84 



20 
17 



S8 
50 
36 
39 
71 
65 
41 
98 
49 
58 
79 
95 
68 
55 



54 

48 

124 

834 

188 

461 

40 

66 

84 



60 
189 
160 

43 
174 

78 

21 
108 



8 

4 

1 

23 

40 

IS 

43 

84 

81 

188 

12 



12 

10 



17 
26 
19 
16 
8L 
81 
16 
88 
20 
21 
32 
85 
83 
19 



27 
17 
72 

178 
37 

247 
17 
27 
18 



25 
68 
80 
18 
100 
27 
7 
48 



81 
83 
10 
84 
87 
17 
63 
65 
85 
205 
86 



17 

18 



40 
50 
41 
88 
73 
35 
41 
94 
58 
53 
78 
91 
59 
49 



54 

46 

73 

224 

117 

269 

37 

61 

23 



56 
164 
185 

40 
117 

67 

68 



38. -LEICEBTEBSHIRE. 

LCTTEBWOftTH. 

Makket Uaabosouob. 

BnxEsoosr. 

Blaat. 

UlNCKUET. 

Mabcbt Boswoktb. 

AflHBT-DE-L A-ZODCH . 

looouboboooh. 

Babbow-cpom-Soab. 

Leicbstbb. 

MfiLTOM MOWBBAT. 

29.— RUTIJiND SHI RE. 

Oakham. 
UrriicouAM. 

30.— LZNOOLN8HIRE. 

STAMrOBD. 

Boubm. 

Spaloinq. 

Hole EACH. 

BoaTOK. 

Blbafobd. 

Obanthajc. 

Lincoln. 

Uobncabtlb. 

Spilbbt. 

Louth. 

Caibtob. 

Ulampobd Bbioo. 

Oainibobodoh. 

31.- NOTTZMOHAMSB. 
Eabt Rbtpobd. 

WOBKBOP. 
MANSnSLD. 

Baspobd. 
Radpobd. 

XOTTINOHAir. 

80DTUWBLL. 
Nkwabk. 

BlKOUAM. 

32.— DERBYSHIRE. 

Sbabdlow. 
Dbbbt. 
Bklpbb. 
ashbobni. 

CHBrnCBPIKLO. 

Bakbwbll. 

CUAPBL-BH-L3-FftITH. 

Uatvuld. 



^CAB&IAOES in the Year 1859— in Districts. 



i 



» 


SB 


374 


946 


788 


28 


109 


55 


164 


78 


87 


95 


290 


318 


965 


862 


Ife 


188 


Ui 


131 


476 


21 


80 


87 


106 


58 


56 


143 


155 


283 


194 


19(1 


r 


88 


» 


37 


108 


6 


30 


7 


87 


13 


1 


23 


48 


68 


27 


52 


• 


4S 


4S 


le 


158 


8 


18 


18 


81 


21 


12 


82 


81 


105 


62 


63 


43 


41 


50 


T8 


176 


11 


20 


7 


27 


18 


12 


54 


79 


108 


68 


56 


». n 


30 


98 


944 


6 


34 


18 


47 


19 


29 


77 


108 


148 


83 


85 


tt » 


33 


112 


259 


11 


88 


15 


48 


28 


23 


75 


115 


148 


88 


91 


:^ 


131 


141 


170 


434 


29 


56 


31 


87 


60 


98 


60 


181 


208 


86 


163 


» 


• 


124 


119 


868 


14 


89 


16 


55 


30 


12 


61 


79 


106 


46 


93 


«i 


N7 


1138 


1080 


8150 


994 


399 


955 


594 


349 


910 


908 


1048 


1789 


787 


1258 


31 SB 


407 


834 


1185 


86 


187 


58 


195 


194 


58 


288 


191 


343 


185 


264 


^ « 


135 


142 


427 


27 


38 


98 


39 


38 


46 


141 


225 


380 


198 


168 


5 • 


m 


79 


389 


12 


34 


6 


80 


18 


27 


78 


104 


133 


75 


87 


»i SI 


208 


216 


888 


85 


82 


46 


128 


81 


106 


244 


467 


645 


416 


280 


5 ■ 


104 


114 


325 


20 


34 


28 


57 


^ 


85 


97 


161 


246 


159 


100 


■ ii • 


31 


34 


271 


8 


38 


19 


57 


27 


83 


89 


143 


286 


127 


125 


. s * 


933 


395 


981 


40 


99 


72 


171 


113 


89 


285 


446 


796 


400 


443 


1 CI 


1 kl 


288 


217 


838 


23 


91 


43 


184 


68 


59 


150 


282 


496 


90S 


894 



33.— CHESHIRE. 

Stockpobt. 

Macclbsfixlo. 

Altbincuam. 

RUNCOBN. 

kobthwioh. 
conoleton. 
Nantwich. 

(}BBAT BOCOBTON (CHUSBB). 
WlBBALL. 

34.— LANCASHIRE. 

LlVEBPOOL. 

Wb<t Dbbbt. 

Pbbscot. 

Obmskibk. 

WlOAN. 

Wabbinoton. 

Lkiuh. 

Bolton. 

BUBT. 

2 



20 



Abstract of Marriages^ 1859. 

Vni.— NORTH WESTERN COUNTIES.— 



DISTRICTS. 



AmiA 

in 
SUtnte 
Aoros* 



O 

5 



o 



M 

O 



MABRIAO£8. 



Aeeordins to the Bitas of the 
£«taUiBhed Church. 



Kot Moordfaic to the BHm of tiM 
Estabibhed Ctardu 



i 



IdRmI*. 
vedFuoee. 



-sis 

ill 



I 



I 



, ^ 



No. 

47U 

471 

472 

478 

474 

475 

476 

477 

478 

479 
480 
481 
483 
483 
484 
485 
486 



34.— UiNCASHIRB-coiK, 

Ba»tok-upom-I«well - - 
Cborltom - - - - - 

Salford ------ 

Mancdbstee - - - - - 

AeuTON ------ 

Oldham ------ 

bochdalb - - - - - 

Haslinodem - - - - - 

UUBMLKT ------ 

Clithbrob - - - - - 

BLACCBOmN - - - - - 

Cboblbt ------ 

PBBflTOH ------ 

Ftldb ------ 

Gabatawo _ - - - - 

LAM0A8TBB - - - - - 

Ulvebstonb ----- 



23,^ 


81^ 


866 




42 


275 


3 




820 


11,549 


123,841 


510 


— 


60 


190 


11 


— 


961 


4^880 


87,528 


522 


- 


29 


280 


8 


24 


841 


18^28 


228,433 


4463 


— 


425 


8482 


85 


48 


8985 


88,657 


119,199 


1257 


>m 


29 


740 


210 


10 


995 


16,872 


86,788 


742 


— 


26 


568 


49 


•• 


688 


40,340 


72,515 


801 


- 


35 


468 


29 


18 


545 


26/181 


50,424 


629 


- 


25 


164 


149 




888 


54,126 


68,868 


646 


- 


44 


887 


93 


- 


404 


114,697 


22,368 


200 


— 


43 


104 


12 


1 


160 


43,560 


90,738 


1112 


- 


68 


489 


129 


6 


692 


52,213 


87,701 


308 


— 


85 


163 


27 


6 


234 


68,035 


96,54^ 


1201 


— 


101 


618 


12J 


1 


845 


76,397 


22.002 


165 


— 


44 


53 


8 


15 


120 


62,617 


12,695 


80 


— 


81 


42 






78 


138,746 


84,660 


274 


_ 


99 


84 


82 


2 


210 


185,MS 


80,556 


253 


- 


80 


124 


15 


— 


219 



46 
249 
181 
477 
262 
104 
256 
291 
242 

40 
420 
69 
416 
45 
16 
64 
84 



S7 

142 

142 

860 

145 

53 

48 

87 

27 

24 

166 
50 

986 

28 

14 

12 

4 



16 

74 

88 

50 

100 

48 

158 

100 

111 

14 
148 
19 
61 
16 

1 
25 

8 



8 
t3 

f 
45 

17 
4 

48 
154 
104 

2 
108 

69 
1 
1 

26 
22 



S 
S 



II 



rX.— YORKSHIRE.— 



487 

488 

489 

490 

491 

«92a 

4996 

492c 

498 

494 

495 

496 

497 

498 

499 

600 

501 

503 

506 

804a 

6046 

606 
506 

507 
508 
109 
510 
511 
612 
618 
614 

ns 

516 
617 
618 
619 
590 
521 
522 
528 
624 



625 
526 
527 
528 
529 
580 
581 
539 
538 
634 
585 
5»l 
637 
KM 
539 



35.— WEST RIDING. 
Sbdbbboh - - - - - 

Sbttlb ------ 

SKiPTOir ------ 

Patblbt Bbidgb - - - 

BiPON ------ 

OBBAT OOSBBTTBN - - - 

Kwabbsborodob - - - 
Wbthbbbt - - - - - 

Otlbt ------ 

Kbioblbt- - - - - - 

TODMOBDBN - - - - - 

Saddlbwobth - - - - 

HDDDBB<riBLD - - - - 

Halifax ------ 

Bbadpobd - - - - - 

HUNflLBT ------ 

Lbbds ------- 

DBWfBUBT - - - - - 

Wakbtibld - - - - - 

POIfTBFBAOT - - - - - 
HBMIWOBTB - - - - - 

BABNfLBT - - - - - 

WOBTLET _ - - - - 

ECCLBSALL BlBBLOW - - - 

8HBPFIELD - - - - - 

BOTHBBBAH - - - - - 

DoMCAerBB - - - - - 

TBOBMB ------ 

OOOLB ------ 

SBLBT ------ 

Tadcaitbb _ - _ - _ 

96.-E. BIDING {with York). 
YOBK ------ 

POCKLIKOTOW - - - - _ 

HOWDBN ------ 

BBVEKLBT - - - - - 

80ULCOATB8 - - - - - 

Hull ------- 

Patbinotok - - - - - 

Skiblauob - - - - - 

Dbiffibld - - - - - 

Bbidlixotok- - - - - 

37.— NORTH RIDING. 
Scabbobodob - - - - 

Malton ------ 

EAaiNOiroLD - - - - - 

Tbibsk ------ 

Helmslbt - - - - - 

PiCKBBINO - - - - - 

Whitby ------ 

ocisbbouob - - - - - 

rtokb8lbt - - - - - 

NOBTHALLXBTOir - - - - 

KEDALB ------ 

Lktbubn ------ 

ASERIOO ------ 

BBETU ------ 

BiCUMOMD - - - - - 



52382 
154,591 
150465 
74,275 
70,500 
51306 
89342 
22387 
75328 
46352 

96390 
18380 
66360 
51J84 
40384 
89321 
2400 
24,456 
40,140 
66485 
83370 

85376 
85,790 
20380 
10390 
50391 
109381 
71348 
40306 
56314 
76,U1 

88,430 

107336 

723S3 

78,434 

45384 

1327 

88372 

67,028 

105,114 

67384 



81,460 

113,407 

63,608 

62,444 

ISI3I8 
88362 
90371 
90362 
79345 
68343 
4A,.'>88 
843I8 
77;J»I8 
70367 
78369 



4374 
13,762 
38,766 

9384 
16341 
12,167 
15,478 

5,129 

28341 
453O8 

29,727 

17,799 

128360 

120358 

181364 

88370 

101348 

71,768 

48356 

29337 

8458 

84380 
82,012 
87314 
103328 
88382 
84375 
15386 
18386 
15372 
19,710 

543S4 
16398 
14,436 
20340 
44,719 
50370 
9,407 
9379 
18365 
14322 



94315 
23,128 

10311 
12,760 
11,734 

9378 
21392 
12302 

9387 
12,460 

8380 
10357 

533r. 
0320 

1S346 



89 

»( 

886 
59 

in 

53 
156 

41 
228 
348 

169 

140 

1060 

1328 

1986 

405 

1902« 

858 

4a5 

251 

42 

868 

218 

181 

1953 

862 

290 

114 

91 

82 

106 

591 

103 

129 

154 

627 

699 

54 

48 

153 

98 



281 

lfi6 

81 

75 

61 

73 

183 

137 

65 

93 

5:t 

64 

4.1 

4t 

90 



10 


84 


1 




55 


4 




1 


8 






80 


51 


2 


. 


89 


5 


— 


— 


5 


— 


— 


60 


112 


4 


20 


186 


60 


4 


17 


89 


- 


- 


6 


82 


2 


— 


40 


19 


10 


5 


4 


— 


— 


83 


55 


6 


— 


94 


17 


- 


8 


9 


- 


— 


11 


24 


1 


7 


48 


10 


1 


- 


9 


— 


— 


88 


70 


19 


6 


1?S 


S3 


6 


4 


18 


— 


— 


13 


28 






36 


5 


1 


— 


4 


— 


— 


29 


104 


19 


3 


155 


73 


11 


6 


67 


- 


- 


16 


174 


82 


- 


222 


121 


6 


85 


80 


- 


- 


10 


94 


2 


— 


106 


68 


— 


45 


18 


— 


- 


9 


94 


19 


— 


122 


84 


13 


6 


5 


— 


- 


58 


715 


62 


11 


846 


214 


23 


110 


81 


— 


— 


55 


878 


86 




lOSO 


808 


85 


162 


181 


— 


— 


61 


1602 


22 


— 


1685 


841 


87 


106 


48 


. 


— 


81 


252 


8 




895 


110 


- 


84 


78 


4 


— 


128 


1448 


35 




1618 


290 


184 


88 


71 


8 


4 


59 


476 


161 


— 


696 


168 


84 


76 


68 


-> 


— 


57 


282 


81 


19 


889 


66 


24 


18 


87 


8 


— 


86 


144 


18 


18 


206 


45 


9 


17 


19 


- 


- 


12 


85 


8 




41 


1 


— 


- 


1 


»^ 


- 


81 


855 


41 


_ 


887 


89 


10 


18 


18 


- 


- 


19 


166 


3 


17 


805 


18 


- 


11 


8 


- 


— 


17 


181 





— 


154 


27 


— 


17 


9 


1 


— 


155 


1610 


32 




17T8 


175 


86 


67 


91 


1 


• 


29 


877 


3 




815 


47 


U 


84 


2 


- 


— 


52 


174 


6 




888 


57 


8 


25 


89 


— 


• 


28 


75 


- 


— 


108 


11 


- 


8 


8 


- 


— 


21 


59 


1 


— 


81 


10 


- 


8 


8 


- 


— 


10 


51 


- 


6 


67 


15 


7 


5 


8 


- 


- 


21 


61 


1 


8 


86 


80 


4 


- 


16 


— 


— 


160 


9R8 


5 


2 


485 


156 


44 


68 


67 


8 


.. 


19 


51 


— 


18 


88 


15 


2 


7 


6 


— 


— 


82 


81 


- 




118 


16 


10 


4 


8 


- 


— 


85 


79 


1 


1 


116 


88 


2 


7 


89 


- 


— 


85 


415 


13 


5 


518 


109 


41 


86 


82 


— 


- 


186 


438 


21 


1 


596 


108 


— 


85 


58 


— 


10 


11 


42 




1 


64 




- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


11 


98 


— 


5 


44 


4 


— 


8 


8 


— 


- 


87 


70 


- 


1 


108 


44 


— 


19 


85 


- 


- 


85 


CO 


- 


8 


68 


10 


— 


8 


8 


— 


— 


&5 


182 


_ 


8 


819 


02 


11 


18 


88 


1 


— 


86 


94 


— 


8 


188 


23 


8 


9 


19 


— 


— 


80 


46 


— 


2 


78 


3 


1 


— 


8 


- 


- 


25 


^ 


1 


3 


64 


11 


2 


1 


8 


- 


- 


22 


82 


- 


2 


56 


5 


— 


6 


- 


- 


- 


19 


41 


2 


6 


68 


5 


— 


5 


- 


— 


— 


60 


44 


86 


19 


149 


84 


18 


11 


10 


- 


- 


28 


64 


1 


81 


124 


18 


- 


- 


18 


— 


- 


28 


24 


— 


9 


54 


11 


8 


1 


6 


1 


» 


22 


45 


- 


9 


70 


17 


- 


4 


18 


- 


- 


16 


84 


1 


1 


52 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


15 


40 


- 


5 


60 


4 


8 


— 


1 


- 


- 


9 


35 


1 


— 


45 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 


10 


b. 


- 


- 


41 


3 


- 


8 


1 


— 


- 


25 


48 


2 


13 


83 


T 


8 


— 


4 


*• 


- 



* Indodei OM man dtroroed who married Bipineler. 



Abstract ofMarriageSf 1859. 

MABRIAGES in the Year 1859— in Districts— eonftntied 



21 



MABBIAOES. 



Id is tto QMitar 

tb0lMt4a7or 




n 
in 

IS 



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ta 

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10 

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1177 

r» 

1« 

cs 

317 

m 
u 



74 
130 

IM 

looa 

34S 
IM 
191 
IM 

US 

SI 
144 

rt 

S39 
41 

97 

es 



lot 

119 

151 

IMS 

207 

tu 

1S7 

SS7 
83 

413 
47 
16 
85 



Omtnetod iMtwaen 




1 

si 
11 



»7 


IJ 


43 


4« 


17 


49 


415 


W 


51 


34S9 


216 


4A.*> 


980 


40 


143 


2»f 


St 


as 


«t7 


sa 


87 


^l» 


18 


SI 


5M 


17 


50 


1«7 


4 


19 


9ftJ 


S4 


!«» 


SC5 


5 


19 


1034 


57 


130 


157 


8 


tl 


89 


1 


5 


«l 


19 


17 


SIS 


15 


91 



14 

91 
^ 
89i 
81 
58 
45 
29 
44 

10 
7« 
14 
50 

4 

1 

14 

4 



Of 



e 



57 

:o 

79 
757 
2iS 
121 
ISi 
9i 
Sd 

29 
172 

.'B 
179 

95 
8 

41 

95 



26 
38 

508 
185 

8:1 
77 
47 
60 

14 
IM 

in 
lor 

7 

2 

21 

17 



OfPenons 

not of 
Fall Age. 






Bignedtbe 
irrfiig( 
with 



llarriiige Register 
Mans. 



s 



I 



40 


79 


134 


28 


74 


81 


55 


119 


185 


S53 
51 


128 


SS 


64 


176 


291 


67 


168 


282 


58 


jno 


197 


69 


158 


247 


8 


32 


87 


133 


SH 


399 


24 


59 


121 


199 


979 


472 


12 


96 


46 


8 


19 


95 


17 


49 


56 


7 


32 


64 



217 
177 
299 
9319 
8;I7 
510 
491 
371 
448 

76 

781 

\W» 

9U3 

61 

34 

81 

109 



Cafei 

in whieh 



DISTBICTS. 



117 


117 


78 


119 


110 


207 


79.5 


1694 


847 


593 


275 


9.M 


199 


835 


173 


929 


227 


241 


28 


57 


3d7 


446 


IM 


HW 


437 


501 


34 


39 


18 


S3 


87 


63 


49 


38 



34.~X.ANCA8HIBS--coiil. 

BAKTON-VPOir^lAWELL. 

cuoklton. 
Salpokd. 

MAMCHMTEft. 
ASUTOM. 

Olouak. 

Rochdale. 

Haslingdbn. 

BUKMLBY. 

Clitbeboe. 
Blacrbubm. 

CUOBLBY. 

Pbkston. 

Ftldb. 

Oabbtako. 

Lakcastbb. 

Ulvbbbtomb. 



CARRIAGES in the Year 1859— in Districts. 



■ 

1 
































35.— WEST BIDXNO. 


i 


8 


10 


16 


36 


9 


1 


— 


1 


s 




10 


9 


9 


4 


10 


Sedbbboh. 


n 


SI 


11 


31 


81 


6 


7 


. 


7 


6 




15 


IS 


S3 


8 


19 


Settle. 


* 


JK 


50 


70 


SOI 


1 


S3 


8 


81 


9 


13 


40 


41 


76 


S4 


69 


Skiptok. 


t 


15 


14 


SI 


59 


9 


4 


1 


5 


3 




10 


14 


S4 


9 


SO 


Patelet Beidob. 


9t 


97 


S7 


37 


81 


3 


18 


9 


97 


13 




13 


18 


36 


8 


88 


RiPOH. 


M 


IS 


5 


19 


89 


9 


10 


S 


12 


4 


. 


7 


14 


IS 


4 


18 


Obeat Odsbbubm. 


K 


M 


36 


50 


194 


7 


14 


11 


25 


18 




SO 


86 


45 


18 


85 


KMABESBOBOCOa. 


« 


19 


9 


11 


»1 


1 


3 


1 


4 


2 




9 


8 


11 


5 


9 


Wbthebbt. 


9 


SB 


a 


79 


193 


6 


21 


8 


29 


14 


15 


43 


49 


79 


81 


66 


Otley. 


a 


« 


ao 


97 


9^0 


7 


30 


16 


46 


2:1 


36 


53 


87 


183 


68 


183 


Keiqblet. 


9* 


« 


38 


«S 


148 


3 


11 


7 


18 


10 


18 


SO 


45 


106 


88 


75 


TODMOBDEir. 


•i 


9 


35 


51 


113 


9 


16 


15 


31 


17 




S3 


40 


83 


39 


45 


Saddlewobth. 


9D 


SH 


976 


317 


898 


14 


H« 


50 


113 


64 


49 


S40 


254 


563 


SU 


894 


ilUODEBSrilLD. 


n 


319 


sss 


8M 


1009 


Sd 


137 


66 


2(8 


92 


83 


946 


348 


735 


sol 


481 


Halifax. 


4r 


4r9 


4tf 


549 


1588 


59 


170 


116 


2M 


168 


146 


435 


576 


1187 


495 


778 


ItBADPOBD. 


•s 


Mi 


« 


119 


816 


IS 


56 


21 


77 


83 


34 


97 


97 


166 


75 


113 


liUNBLET. 


tti 




488 


5n 


1545 


79 


171 


113 


2H4 


IS.'t 


198 


511 


450 


820 


387 


596 


Leem. 


184 


US 


US 


997 


7S7 


16 


75 


40 


115 


56 


87 


256 


257 


/^-J 


918 


827 


Dewsbubt. 


ff 


114 


114 


130 


300 


18 


5S 


95 


77 


43 


24 


90 


120 


196 


91 


];i6 


WAESnELD. 


« 


54 


C9 


74 


186 


99 


25 


18 


43 


40 


11 


44 


80 


123 


78 


66 


POMTKPBACT. 


19 


8 


3 


19 


31 


- 


10 


1 


11 


1 


- 


8 


9 


10 


3 


13 


IlEMSWOBTU. 


1 M 


r 


71 


115 


307 


14 


ss 


93 


45 


37 


49 


191 


153 


915 


118 


131 


Babnslbt. 


9» 


H 


41 


71 


138 


5 


15 


10 


3.' 


15 


81 


7.-, 


75 


101 


50 


76 


WOBTLBY. 


V 


4» 


40 


64 


144 


7 


IH 


19 


30 


19 


15 


41 


S3 


44 


SO 


36 


ECCLESALL BiBBLOW. 


•I 


44P 


489 


«» 


1588 


108 


150 


107 


967 


315 


198 


6a-. 


508 


863 


3.11 


669 


SnEFFlELD. 


s 


91 


89 


127 


38^ 


11 


41 


23 


63 


33 


23 


Ill 


lOi 


142 


67 


118 


ROTHEBUAU. 


a 


CH 


M 


99 


235 


10 


31 


14 


45 


84 


8 


61 


55 


72 


85 


77 


DuKCASTEB. 


It 


» 


97 


40 


05 


4 


9 


6 


15 


10 


5 


23 


33 


43 


19 


38 


Tbobhb. 


u 


96 


S3 


94 


75 


5 


7 


4 


11 


9 


9 


82 


24 


34 


17 


24 


(fOOLK. 


11 


97 


11 


36 


79 


— 


7 


3 


10 


3 


6 


19 


SO 


30 


16 


28 


Selbt. 


9 


91 


17 


45 


83 


9 


IS 


8 


21 


10 


S 


14 


91 


93 


11 


91 


Tadcabteb. 

36.—S. BIDING {with York), 


1€ 


m 


143 


177 


476 


18 


65 


33 


97 


50 


18 


103 


80 


191 


55 


91 


YOBE. 


V 


11 


SB 


39 


9>i 


3 


10 


_ 


10 


3 


6 


IH 


20 


83 


11 


31 


PoCELINGTOir. 


9 


19 


34 


49 


109 


8 


8 




13 


13 





81 


30 


50 


28 


33 


IIOWDEX. 


1 8 


ss 


31 


» 


139 


9 







13 


13 


7 


8rt 


8.? 


49 


Vi 


81 


Ukveblet. 


> IM 


198 


1S9 


113 


513 


91 


61 


89 


08 


53 


55 


144 


95 


9(ri 


68 


161 


Sculcoatbs. 


■ Ml 


M» 


ITS 


213 


567 


35 


50 


SS 


97 


78 


40 


VU 


117 


230 


61 


285 


Hull. 


» 


M 


17 


14 


40 


4 


8 




10 


6 


4 


v.\ 


16 


18 


10 


14 


Patbinotok. 


M 


H 


9 


15 


40 


. 


7 




8 


1 


S 


13 


14 


12 


7 


18 


8BIBLADOH. 


« 


35 


93 


48 


197 


4 


17 




91 


8 


4 


32 


37 


43 


19 


42 


DBirriELD. 


91 


14 


9» 


40 


89 


4 


5 




IS 


11 


9 


86 


27 


85 


18 


88 


BBIDLI.NOTOK. 

37. -NORTH RIDING. 


« 


3 


•7 


89 


998 


14 


S8 


11 


30 


25 


14 


35 


44 


77 


90 


81 


SCABBOBOUQO. 


« 


SI 


as 


A3 


197 


7 


SO 




SS 


9 


8 


37 


84 


52 


22 


48 


Malton. 


ft 


M 


16 


99 


69 


_ 






19 


4 


4 


10 


17 


25 


19 


18 


Kabinowold. 


, M 


17 


19 


23 


59 


9 


IS 




14 


4 


3 


10 


15 


19 


6 


99 


Thibbe. 


M 


M 


1* 


St 


59 


_ 






9 


8 


1 


14 


18 


91 


10 


19 


Helmslbt. 


' B 


15 


• 


36 


63 


1 






9 


5 


3 


12 


19 


S3 


8 


19 


PiCEEBIKQ. 


, • 


43 


SI 


S3 


IST* 


7 


16 




SI 


13 


9 


2» 


28 


52 


17 


46 


Wbitbt. 


■ S 


43 


S7 


43 


118 


3 


11 




16 


8 


4 


2i; 


30 


47 


15 


47 


UUISBBOnOO, 


1 ^ 


n 


17 


U 


53 


3 






10 


6 


_ 


14 


19 


20 


6 


20 


Btoeeslbt. 


> B 


3 


14 


31 


87 


1 




— 


5 


1 


1 


S3 


16 


2J» 


18 


31 


NOBTBALLEBTON. 


» 


17 


9 


17 


M 


1 






6 


3 




5 


8 


9 


8 


11 


Bed ALE. 


H 


1> 


1« 


99 


m 






_ 


4 




4 


A 


6 


M 


3 


13 


Letbitbn. 


• 


IS 


< 


W 


Xi 


1 






9 


3 


_ 


.I 


9 


1H 


6 


15 


ASKBIGQ. 


1 \ 


u 


7 


IS 


37 


. 




— 


7 




3 


12 


10 


IS 


4 


15 


Keetb. 


f 


Jl 


90 


93 


"" 


3 






11 





5 


16 





14 


8 


17 1 RiCUUOMO. 



50 Mttract of BirUta and Deaths, 1859. 

nL-SOUTH MIDLAKD CO0NTrK.— BIRTHS am DEATHS, 1899- 






'!^^k - 



v] Kmpnen V - 
id Cudiii(tiiii - ■ 



ihFtHniUB - 



;» s 



Abstract ofBirlhi ami Deaths, 1859. 51 

nt— SOUTH MIDLAND COUnTIEa— BIRTHa ahd DEATHS, 1859— Sdb-di8teioi»— ««to.«ei 



^Tj 
^?' 



IT.— EASTERN COmmBS.— BIRTHS iin> DEATHS, 1859.— Sdb-dutiuots. 



^r 



Abstract of Births and Deat/is, 1859. 



53 



IV.-KASTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1859— SDB-DiSTRiOT8-.<?ofUmMedL 



StTB-DISTRICTS. 



Abia 

in 
Statute 


i 

o 

S 

1 


TOTAL 


• 




Aertt. 





BUTBS. 



Including 

Illegitimate 

Birth*. 



I 



UlegHimAte 
Birthi. 






15.— SUFFOIiK -oomHmied. 
jfg^ fll3.-<}otromi>. 

Ltfrnhem - - _ . - . 
Haildgh r - - - - - 



914«— TaiHOOB. 



BoHham 

IWUMB 

Izworth- 



il5.-BamT ST.KDMunM. 
BvyStEdnnads ITw - - 

SIC.— XlLDBHBAXX. 
Woritafioa •- — — -- 
Tihalnrtk r- > - - - 



117.— Stow. 



laltlMdfli W 



SI8.— HAmTxnuBi . 



lit W 

fl9.— Hozm. 
9tnAroke jr - - - 



r- 

Mnket 



sn.— SAinvAD. 



SKl&^ir 



IrnncB. 



SLJC«ttlit«r IT 
StdeoMat - - 



S8.— WOODBIIDOS. 
CMIbfd- ..... 

l^Mii W 



m.-Pl«llIMATB. 



Aialimdisni - - 
vnon 



S2S.— BlTTHINO. 
IF - - . - 






2SS.— WA2foromi>. 



SS7.— KUTVOIO. 
IT - I I I 



16.— MORFOLK. 
SK.— Tasmoutb. 

TnM«tb NortlMni W - 



.— FLioa. 






snio 

S3986 



98113 



jeiSM 



185B0 
90180 

iftsrr 



tOOM 

15081 
18019 



98499 
96M8 



80765 
97184 



99565 

27065 



8885 



19634 
9B365 

93145 
11061 



9799 

9465 

19784 

98769 

1SM6 

9485 



87494 
96992 
88811 



16898 
18181 



10691 
18927 
10942 



1510 



18801 
16786 



{ 



7849 
10256 


984 
851 


64'S8 
5998 , 
6568 


929 

196 
908 


18900 


416 


4065 
02S9 


193 
211 


8009 
6998 I 
8116 


209 

288 

270 


6869 
5598 
7081 


101 
170 
935 


8398 
7507 


276 
969 


9855 
7804 


291 
958 


68U 
568S 


922 
906 


18477 

8856 

10120 


547 

308 
419 


5385 

5997 
8676 
8788 


196 
282 
2.'.6 
125 


9794 
8692 
4471 
8389 
4101 
8900 


84 

98 
179 

96 
124 

88 


10368 
8387 
9128 


404 
321 
262 


6539 
7475 


210 
236 


III 


195 

458 
202 


11171 
15700 


424 

610 


£<«S8 
4££& 


IAS 
170 



172 
203 



154 
1U6 
151 



860 



68 

171 



114 
147 
158 



188 

97 

148 



141 
184 



147 
141 



189 
187 



861 
190 
270 



102 
114 
156 
100 



84 

57 
92 

46 
68 
52 



224 

138 
152 



113 
143 



72 
257 
114 



277 

458 



68 
95 



I 



155 
185 



111 

09 

108 



181 



66 
113 



108 
118 
185 



91 

85 

140 



148 
155 



151 
180 



112 
102 



267 
165 
205 



97 
106 
128 

62 



44 

49 
88 
59 
67 
47 



214 
168 
189 



110 
ISO 



94 

251 

96 



297 
828 



87 
92 



129 

166 

I 
'I 

111,1 
97 
100 



195 



57 
96 



106 
115 
185 



100 

85 

115 



128 
114 



140 
128 



110 
106 



280 
187 
214 



90 
196 
128 

63 



40 
49 
91 
37 
57 
41 



100 
158 
128 



100 
108 



101 
207 
106 



197 
282 



65 
78 



11 
14 



9 

8 
9 



29 



4 
10 



9 

12 

8 



8 
11 
27 



14 
11 



17 
9 



25 

6 

11 



6 

8 

16 

5 



6 
4 
11 
5 
8 
2 



16 

4 
9 



12 
16 



7 
13 

4 



15 
42 



4 

13 



8 

1 

£ 



DSATHS. 



I 



7 
16 


88 
98 


89 
105 


12 
10 


79 
5.» 

77 


75 
51 
74 


84 


180 


180 


1 
5 


88 
80 


85 
91 


11 

5 

10 


63 
66 

78 


51 
82 
80 


10 
10 
90 


82 
44 

80 


60 
58 
68 


19 
6 


68 
73 


78 
61 


16 
8 


74 
70 


73 
71 


8 

1 


55 

74 


84 
68 


24 
12 
15 


178 

93 

127 


183 

07 

148 


4 

19 

7 

2 


54 

78 
52 


46 
60 
88 
48 


5 
2 
14 
5 
7 
1 


17 
25 
49 
86 
35 
18 


17 
32 
48 
12 
83 
M 


28 
14 

8 


126 
77 
85 


96 
62 
67 


8 
10 


53 
75 


60 
68 


4 
8 

4 


39 

196 

58 


83 

131 

61 


14 

43 


148 
240 


129 

218 


4 

8 


34 

49 


S4 
46 



112 
148 



68 
90 
57 



56 



60 
40 



95 

86 

112 



73 
112 



185 
185 



144 

117 



83 
71 



186 
112 
149 



94 
118 
100 

25 



50 
41 
87 
48 
56 
36 



180 
162 
110 



97 
95 



123 
201 

88 



147 
152 



84 
75 



54 Mttract ofBirt/u tmd Deathi, 1859. 

IV.— EASTERN COmmES.— BIRTHS ahd DEATHS, IBS9— Sim^unoott— «il>iiiwL 



SmkUbnTfb IT - - - - 
Holt - 1 I I I - 

na.-n.TAin>. 
Ml.— Soiwici. 

nt,— HnmuD. 

W- 
M. 

•a I 

Ma.— WlUnSBAK. 

MI.— rBmuBoi Lnta. 

airuattoa - - ~ - - . 



Absiract ofBirihs and Deaih^, 1859. 



56 



IV.— BASTEBN COUNTIES,— BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1859— SuB-DitTWCTi— contfiiiierf. 



SUB-DISTRICTS. 



in 
Statute 
Acre*. 



o 



TOTAL 



a 



9«. 

1 

t 
S 



1 
t 
t 



10.- ffOmrOlMK-oomtinued. 

MS.— Knrot LTVir. 

Kings Ljnn Korth - - - - ■ 

Kinfs Ljmn MUdle IT - - - - 

KInsa Ljnn Sooth - - - . . 

Mr.— DOWVBAM. 

WIcinalMUl ->----. 

D»wmbam IT ----- - 

M8. -SWAFTHAlf . 

ir ----- ■ 

By ----- . 

M».— T m rt om p. 

TT r r r I z ! 



M» 



SS15S 
9B68e 

saM9 



41488 
8974S 



491T7 



<989 

7044 
8104 



68S9 

•880 
«il4 



6787 
7588 



9878 
9681 



IM 
163 
83S 



M9 

876 
901 



999 
974 



988 
850 



CO 

m 



BnTHi. 



Indnding 

IllegitimAte 

Srtha. 



£ 



IU«rltinMt« 
ffirthfl. 



108 
195 
165 



116 
911 
112 



116 
117 



905 
905 



70 

81 

119 



115 

909 

09 



100 
140 



140 
167 



54 

89 
118 



114 

1«7 
100 



118 
184 



184 

188 



1 

6 

16 



9 

18 
8 



14 
15 



19 
15 



7 

7 

16 



7 

18 

7 



19 
11 



8 
18 



DiATHf. 



I 



1 



58 
49 



64 

108 

47 



64 
68 



114 
90 



45 

76 

n 



59 

108 

65 



59 
49 



91 
115 



!> 



91 
88 



106 
157 



78 
150 



v.— SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS axd DEATHS, 1859— Sub-districts. 



17. -WILTSHIRE. 
990.— HlOBWOSTH. 



H^h worth W 

SvnuoQ 



951.— CBXCUASS. 
■Mi 

Criaklad0 W 



SS9.— Malmssubt. 



JUfambmy BMtern - . - 
W«tt«ra IT - - 



9S8.— Chxtpshham. 
OilbOomlw - - - - 



Cbtepaabam W 
CbmtknM«Ubrd 



954.-€ALirx. 



CkfaM W 



9S5.— HaBLBOEOCOB. 

JUdboRNich IT - - - 



S9B.— Dinni. 
Bbhopa Canning - - 

lATfalktMl - - — - . 

Bronuiani — — — — . 

r- - - - ■ 



957.— MHAIIAM. 

JT - - - - 



9S8.— BBADrOED. 

Bnifbrl South EMtsm W - 
Bnitord Horth Wanern 

950.— WhTBITBT. 

Rndlay- - - - - - 

Edfaistoo - - - - - 

Wm&mrr IT - - - - 



Wanniaatar W~ 
Uwcbridfi Dararill 
Hayteabovy - - 



98456 
96606 



90990 
91887 



87116 
90899 



14011 
17197 

16288 
19600 



98610 



49099 



911.— PmsT. 



twwtef W 



98409 

130118 

8287 



14948 
8590 



{18800 



6076 
|- 24868 



|S8810 
97546 



98784 



7447 
10178 



5547 
5856 



7658 
7946 



8143 
6867 
7086 
8301 



9173 



10868 



4193 
6047 
5029 
7044 



66n 
19144 



7818 
4994 



9823 

3600 
6806 



8193 
4202 
4502 



5674 



408 



190 
996 



985 

948 



94 
906 

814 
09 



991 



855 



145 
190 
129 
194 



153 
851 



181 
141 



r7i 

129 
203 



941 
197 
128 



189 
986 



186 
955 



190 
96 



185 
155 



66 
138 
187 

61 



169 



185 



74 

178 

82 

906 



194 
970 



191 
00 



52 

59 

146 



127 

80 
78 



107 
184 



108 
198 



96 
107 



199 
180 



44 

100 

161 

48 



169 



174 



75 
104 

68 
105 



79 
178 



99 

76 



28 

58 
100 



117 
65 

66 



P 118 



190 
915 



94 
119 



118 
118 



50 
106 
158 

40 



199 



181 



70 
86 
61 
80 



81 
178 



80 
65 



48 
64 
04 



194 
69 

69 



198 



91 
18 



10 
12 




10 



9 

9 

19 

1 



10 



17 



8 

4 

1 

11 



17 
18 



18 
18 



10 



U 



4 

6 

9 

10 



6 

18 



85 
184 



55 
49 



68 
01 



85 

60 
04 
80 



88 



87 



49 
98 

59 
100 



60 
154 



61 
50 



28 
96 
78 



64 
88 

89 



101 
191 



65 
56 



79 
64 



81 
79 
06 
81 



81 



89 



97 



55 

116 



60 

40 



99 
88 
78 



68 
66 

41 



fl mI 64 I fO 



49 

158 



70 
198 



100 



67 

197 

81 



199 



170 



71 
19 
47 
18 



81 



io 

49 



10 

08 
67 



114 
88 
55 



76 

m 



Abstract of Birt/ia and DeaUu, 1859. 57 

v.— SOUTH WESTBBN CODNTIES.— BIRTHS imd DEATHS, 1859— Smi-DurBicTS— «jK. 



kmbkIM 

V- - - 

SlSHwiO w - - - 

slixtu - - • - 
mSa I I I I Z I 

)U.— KlKOHinMI. 

5£ES^: : : : : : 

MC— PLiiimni St. Max 

Talnptiia 

n^BpU, BT . - - - _ 

Mr.-FLTKODTa. 

CMrix-tte-Hutn' IT- ' - 

KB. -EUT BTOBIBOIIIB. 



58 Abaract of Birthi and Dea&t, 1859. 

v.— SOUTH WESTERN CODMTIBS.— BIBTRa um DEATHS, 1889— Sot-Dumiot 



lon'ir - - Z Z 1 

ChiJmlriih ------ 

Bwnitapta W - - - - - 

IM.— TOISIKaTDfl. 

Htgh BleUnftoB - - - - 
■-- B - 

TmilOftaB W - - - 

Hi W 

mini - - - - - 

W.— Hbuwoktbt . 
HUtoB DuDvnl* - - ^ - 

Blvk Tor^btUn - - - - 
Broadwoodwuin - - - - 

ao.-ooRHWAi.i., 

%.Mtrj - - - - I 

ta - - I I! 

-Si. Onium. 
;-U»iiBD. 



Mttract ofBirtht and Deatki, 185e. 59 

v.— SOUTH WESTERN COimTIBS— BIRTHS ixo DEATHS, 1BB9— Stm-sumcn— «i»x«k«{, 





OO.— COKNWJI 




'x 


M.-M.C 

g^.v:::;::: 


* 








































Iffii.V: :::::: 


s 










w^-ruMoerm. 




* 


&■ ';:::::: 


' 






l> 
























? 




lU^Bmum. 












Sa;.': :::::: : 






m.-nMtA»ca. 




\ 


gr-I*": :;::::: 


I» 






















tU.— BdUT lUABH 






BdfcI.taDj. - 
















































(U t^DnTnioa. 






w™it«i 






«w.-Wm,noTox. 




I 


SSSS>: : : f ? : : 


!l 




ju—Tjumaa. 










! 
























i 




i» 




























I1T.-LU1BW»1T. 




i 


JffSnS^r :::;::: 





60 



Abstract of Birtlis and Deaths, 1859. 



V. SOUTH WESTEEN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS akd DEATHS, 1859— SuB-DigTRiCM—cwUmuttf. 



BUB-DISTBIGTS. 



ai. -SOMERSETSHIBZ:— ooNl 

818.-CBABD. 
Tlmiiutor ------- 

Combe St. NIch<riai - - - - - 

ChMd ir------- 

Crewkerm ------- 

819.— Tiovn.. 

Cokar -------- 

Boath Petherton - - - - - 

Martook ------- 

YeoTU IT------- 

Dohoatar ------- 

no.— WiiroiHTOM. 

Castle Canr ------- 

MilbornePort ------ 

WInoanUm ir ----- - 

Brutoa -------- 

8S1.— FmoMS. 

Nnnney- ------- 

Frome ir------- 

Boad -------- 

Kllmendon ------- 

StS.— Sbsftoh Mallst. 

Stoke Lane ------- 

ETeroreeeh ------- 

Shepton Mallet IT - - - - - 

818.— WkUf. 

Welle IT------- 

Olaatonbnnr ------ 

814.— AXBrnUMB. 

Wedmore ------- 

Ilornham -------- 

lianwdl- ------- 

Axbrtdge jr ----- - 

Blagdon- -------- 

885.— CLUTTOM. 

Haip^ee _ — — — — — — . 

ChewMana ------. 

CIntton W~ ------ 

Mkbomar-Korton - - - - - 

896.— Bath. 
Twerton _--- — — .. 
Bathwiek ------- 

Abbey --- 

I^yneombe ir ----- - 

Walcot -------- 

Lanadown ------- 

Batheaston ------- 

Sir.— KsnriHAM. 

Bitton -------- 

OkUand- ------- 

Newton -------- 

Keynaham JT ----- - 

8K.— BlDMXinTSB. 

Bedmintter ------- 

LongAihton IT - - - - - 

Yatton -------- 

St. George ------- 



in 
Statute 
Acres. 



o 






TOTAL 



QQ 

n 



00 



BUTBB. 



Including 

niaritlmate 

Births. 



8 



8 
I 



Illegitimate 
Births. 



i 



I 



Dbatbs. 



I 



S 

a 



i 



No. 



90220 
16743 
10276 
18103 



15099 
6885 

11945 

8048 

10844 



16906 
17606 
19646 
11969 



98808 

11848 
11588 



18179 
91983 
15959 



88498 
31894 



90044 

95956 
19906 
18997 
99176 



16198 

18009 

7684 

10205 



14199 

8459 

« 

1845 
10888* 



8967 

5180 

10198 

9713 



4161 
19S49 
90048 
18510 



7846 
3448 
6693 
8098 



6767 
4184 
6199 
8739 
9644 



5851 
5277 
6303 
8880 



4931 

19304 

4119 

3971 



8825 
5343 
7789 



11897 
9945 



6633 
6211 
87a<S 
6619 
5891 



8930 
5018 
7467 
8817 



7089 

6943 
11647 

9974 
12135 
15322 

6787 



4954 

VOW 

9634 
4183 



19494 
6258 
7812 
4649 



979 
129 
905 
260 



881 
185 
924 
881 
85 



164 
199 
191 
103 



159 

847 

92 

117 



185 
193 
969 



898 
861 



988 

182 
865 
175 
148 



118 
104 
804 
841 



854 

187 
290 
306 
SS9 
816 
179 



183 

859 

68 

197 



879 
180 
249 
165 



196 

88 

187 

143 



170 

79 

118 

880 

51 



104 

114 

185 

79 



112 

827 

60 

80 



72 
101 
158 



253 
197 



129 

106 
885 
110 
101 



70 

78 

128 

908 



144 
109 
815 
894 
840 
801 
187 



101 

198 

20 

92 



472 

110 

133 

92 



149 

81 

lliS 

140 



118 

70 

199 

158 

89 



76 
105 
101 

58 



71 

168 

46 

65 



66 
115 
138 



168 
185 



114 
94 

184 
88 
78 



58 

56 

96 

170 



185 
80 
155 
164 
129 
147 
84 



108 

198 

35 

76 



438 

97 

196 

85 



180 
48 
90 

lau 



118 

65 

109 

178 

46 



88 

94 
90 
60 



88 

184 

46 

52 



59 

78 

186 



160 
176 



100 
88 

181 
87 
70 



54 

48 
108 
171 



119 
57 
185 
142 
160 
189 
95 



80 
150 

86 
51 



489 
83 

123 
80 



18 
3 

8 
13 



5 
11 
14 

6 



1 

14 

9 

1 



4 

5 

18 



18 
9 



18 
7 
7 

10 
8 



4 
5 
10 
18 
6 
4 
6 



5 

9 

1 

11 



11 
6 
8 
8 



9 

4 

10 

9 



8 

4 

9 

14 



8 

6 

19 

1 



8 
14 



10 

5 

15 



18 
7 



10 
5 
5 

18 
1 



1 

10 
7 



8 

8 

5 
18 

5 
15 

5 



19 
11 

4 
2 



67 
44 

98 
70 



77 
88 
61 
111 
86 



49 

57 
69 
85 



50 

187 

88 

86 



88 

61 
78 



181 
108 



80 
52 
187 
163 
110 
188 
78 



48 

106 

16 

41 



854 

66 
48 

40 



50 
44 

89 
78 



99 
46 
57 
119 
85 



55 

57 
66 
44 



69 

190 

81 

44 



44 

40 
85 



188 
85 



60 


68 


48 


64 


121 


114 


54 


66 


50 


51 


40 


80 


82 


41 


63 


65 


114 


94 



64 
57 
128 
161 
ISO 
169 
50 



58 
92 
IS 
51 



918 
42 
85 
46 



153 
41 
16 

117 



61 
56 

106 

101 

94 



86 
56 
84 



47 

99 
88 
87 



58 

92 

lU 



75 
164 



101 
76 

190 
56 
47 



48 

81 

76 

138 



110 

98 

40 
15 
48 



88 

154 

84 

85 



400 
70 

110 
73 



VI. WEST MIDLAND COUNTIEa— BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1859— Scb-Distkicts. 



1 

9 
3 

4 
5 



B2.— OLOUOESTERSBIRE. 

319.— BBI8T0L. 

St. Mary RedeUff - - - - - 

CMtle Precincts ------ 

St. Panl- ------- 

at, James ------- 

St. Avgnstine ------ 























> 


( 14.380 

11076 

^ 1A280 


508 


994 


859 


851 


6 


8 


150 


144 




325 


3(18 


171 


154 


» 


83 


175 


127 


> 1840 


576 


342 


398 


278 


7 


9 


1A9 


188 


J 


1 10>U8 


83H 


3416 


187 


171 


3 


4 


196 


170 


\. 14328 


4^ 


973 


282 


824 


10 


a 


136 


137 



200 

28 
894 

- aS 
188 



The ana or the Abbey sub-distnet (896i 8) is xetoraod with that oTsBb-dittrieti 888; »<-7. 



AbOraa o/Birtht and Deaths, 1859. 61 

r MIDLAND COUNTIES.— BIBTBS uid DEATHS, 1SS9— Sdb-dut&icts— ronfuwat. 



e2 Abstract qf Births and Deaths, 1869. 

VI.— WE8T MIDLAND C0DNTIE8.— BIRTHS wd DEATHS, 1899~StrB-i)«TEiCW— omInMrf 



>d)iitrr 1 



BqwhU]^ - - - 

HenlBtiaij W ■ 

HmiUf . - - . 

KDntaboTob W~ - 



vo.—BumrtMO. 



iwt^Mth 1 



i»wm - - - 

MuMliT IT - 
Uuch Wteloek - 



Hoi^^ - 



«9>I SlHI MJ IM 1>7 11 Its III 

im 4^ s»7 MS ait ti u lae i<i 

MTo un III fs u I r n «3 

t;« U< w 17 .rg • U « 

lUl W«M«OI-UU 

tMI HlUU»7 84lr» 

not MMaSltltMU 

«1E lU K 7» 1^ 1 " U M 

3M7 Ids <! u in < < M la 

jm *u *a iu IM g < (7 ii» 

IHT W U M 91 1 I U la 



^ittmct of Birtht and Deatbi, 1659. 
TL — WEST MIDLAND COtJllTIBS.— BIRTHS ahd DEATHS, 1B99— Bdb-dibtkicts— nmi 



iTSSa - 



Mt.— IIiBKiT DmAnoN. 



SS?'* 



Su™"_ 



A&arad o/ Birtha and Deaths, 1 859. M 

TT— WBST MTOLAHD COUMTIEa— BIETHS amd DEATHS, lii9-^m-T,wna<yK-«mtiMtd. 



MMwf r r : : : : 

ikHii^ . z r : : : 

«■— WARwiOKaaiRE , 

UaaMi W '- '- '- 

ErifaKMB if I - ' 
aUksOaUMd- - - 

ailM- . - - . 
SSb r- - - - 

Mi — ITimmni. 

r 
w.- 

r- 

B- 

■■ifcid - 

«Bt^STUTiaU4B-ATM. 

SKli- : : : : : 

WMMIM^T* ~- ' '. Z 



Abstract of Births and Deaths, 1 859. 69 

VBL— NORTH MIDLAND COUNTIES. —BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1859— Sub-distriotb— conl. 



SUB-DISTRICTS. 



aa.— DERBTSHIBE-commiiecI. 



W 
JU bow vr - • 
EAiiMtoa - - 
Draoflald - - 

BtkawtXL W ' - ~ ~ ~. 
Tid«i««n -.-... 

iM.— Cbarl-xm-u-Fbitb. 
V - - - 
4S1.— Hatfiild. 

ir- - - - - - 

IT- - - - - - 



AmxA 

in 
Statnto 
Aflrei. 



S1384 
27M6 
11S47 
14908 
19S10 



0«916 
14885 
80094 



0741 
07007 



48850 



8897 
90105 

2477 
10036 

4890 



11786 
9437 
8707 



270S 
8794 



19587 
10185 



TOTAL 



407 

1135 

77 

041 

857 



888 

810 
847 



100 
819 



790 
866 



907 
674 
09 
375 
172 



965 
193 
911 



81 

990 



447 
983 



BUTBf. 



Tnfthidfaig 

QlaeftiauUfl 

Births. 



i 



niMritimate 
Births. 



DSATB0. 



176 
049 
86 
979 
132 



188 
157 
168 



48 
179 



878 
188 



931 
086 
41 
963 
195 



180 
IQ'i 
179 



09 
140 



849 

177 



16 

82 

9 

18 
7 



9 
10 
19 



6 

19 



94 

19 



95 

88 

9 

17 
11 



6 
18 
11 



99 
19 



184 
886 
27 
101 
100 



115 

84 

1U2 



44 
190 



905 
191 



193 
848 

90 
184 

79 



150 
109 
100 



87 
100 



949 

119 



100 
461 

25 
166 

85 



108 
196 

136 



19 
99 



978 
188 



VOL— NORTH WESTERN COUNTIEa— BIRTHS ahd DEATHS, 1859— Sdb-distbicts. 




6980 
4970 
8649 

7017 
8848 



19647 

8676 

10095 

; 9410 

11490 
16854 
13559 



15595 
17796 
18170 
99174 



11883 

8063 

10603 

14388 



10686 
19478 
18146 
10140 



19600 

18057 
91C33 



89400 
91460 
27127 
80138 



34688 
16883 
25223 
80763 



0308 

18195 
16015 
97593 
1278.3 
4679 
4780 



0417 
9776 
3124 
12289 
17.'i59 
8308 
3453 
8601 



6783 

18703 

6866 

7641 



4969 
9849 

1219.'> 
6491 



6253 

12809 

7128 

05U 



90Q4 
16601 
11807 



19991 
9411 
8059 
6180 



7iU0 
10565 
17083 

8597 



168 
699 

605 
991 
438 
145 
198 



104 
870 
114 
415 
068 
978 
73 
148 



929 
084 
243 
841 



143 

96 

050 

230 



220 
465 
322 
296 



87 
740 
401 



686 
879 
958 
180 



184 
768 
636 
944 



113 
480 
427 
718 
284 
107 
116 



113 

980 

64 

813 

464 

199 

08 

95 



189 
839 
102 
108 



91 

06 

951 

135 



109 
296 
160 
107 



40 
458 
286 



211 
146 
190 



140 
467 
460 
185 



74 
807 
809 
499 
923 

80 
106 



88 
195 

03 
296 
800 
105 

40 

65 



190 
296 
180 
190 



72 

88 

278 

118 



181 
958 

161 
194 



42 

888 

205 



884 

197 

189 

94 



87 
S92 
396 
190 



89 





880 


96 


846 


91 


499 


87 


915 


17 


65 


8 


99 


9 


79 


8 


175 


19 


61 


8 


189 


97 


866 


95 


123 


8 


83 


6 


78 


9 


109 


9 


988 


91 


112 


19 


191 


16 


71 





58 


6 


279 


15 


119 


19 


00 





919 


16 


161 


19 


109 


11 


40 


6 


359 


84 


196 


21 


859 


94 


182 


91 


196 


17 


86 


16 


97 





376 


25 


800 


96 


119 


11 



3 
96 
20 
40 
17 
8 






18 

9 

98 

83 

10 

9 





9 
94 

11 
18 



4 

8 
16 
19 



8 
14 
16 
19 




87 
19 



28 
20 
20 
90 



T 
99 
98 
13 



02 


61 


918 


919 


907 


990 


342 


876 


101 


183 


00 


47 


01 


60 


09 


04 


100 


125 


88 


81 


150 


169 


828 


941 


104 


95 


80 


93 


08 


37 


65 


67 


179 


158 


60 


88 


88 


70 


05 


86 


88 


98 


133 


119 


63 


78 


00 


04 


103 


144 


91 


68 


60 


47 


94 


16 


903 


906 


103 


188 


105 


143 


110 


101 


79 


67 


69 
67 


08 
78 



00 



998 
943 

86 



938 

917 

89 



988 

978 

104 

88 

89 



41 

140 

00 

108 

109 

79 

90 

48 



97 
969 

90 



09 

40 

999 
90 



111 
169 
169 
U9 



4r 

989 

110 



888 

168 

119 

00 



44 
80L 

166 
09 



Jbitnct ofBirOt and Deat/u, 1659. 73 

H.— T0BK8H1KE.— BffiTHS Aim DEATHS, 1859— SoB.i>i9TMOM-co>i(i«Md 



4M 1^— KnAunokDDoa. 

rHnna I r : I I ; 
&>; ; : : : : 

n^v >r - 

SS3': : : : : : 

Mtik - - 

aUmi - - 

bmM - 

■iMhwi - 

MB, : 

Bovtti«- - - 
Bn^kriEMt-Xiid 
ta«ef4W<M-Ea4 






Mttract ofBir&M and Deatht, 1859. 77 

X.— ^ORTHEBN COUNTIEa.— BIBTHS ahd DEA.TH8, 1869— SuB-niaiwow. 



■ V- ; I I ; I 

Ma Kunnnoii. 

r - - . - - . 
-Hiw«BT<n(-i»9ni». 
jMoi r- - - - 

BtnM IT - . - 

Itett Bbbgp-WiwiKniUi )r - - 
Bh»I> BMBS-VninUBIti - . - 

w"^^S^ - - - - - 

ffL— BooTB Smua. 
J^wr - ------ 

b.Hth ----... 

ClitMl IT ----- - 

WlMkua ----... 

• m.— nnrouna-Divi-Tim 

Mdi III 

tb r - - - 

raisr ' " 

jM^CifTU Tub. 



Deaihs in the Four Quarters o/1859. 



97 



Mu«h Sltt, June aOCh, September SOth, and December dlst, 1859-- eow/tntfed 









MALES. 




FEMALES. 






Wiflif 111 In tht Qoartf 
cn«Bf Um bMt <Uj of 


TOTAl. 


Total. 


Reglttawd In the Quairter 
aiding the lut day of 


DIVISIONS 

AMD 

REGISTRATION COUNTIES. 




ll««k. 


Jobs. 


Sift. 


Dee. 






March. 


June. 


Sept 


Dae. 






















V.-SOUTH WESTERN. 




717 


MS 


AM 


W3 


1495 


8514 


729 


693 


540 


651 


WILTSHIRS. 




Ml 


4M 


4m 


431 


1858 


1911 


548 


462 


437 


465 


DORSETSHIRE. 




I7M 


1407 


1997 


16S 


6141 


G144 


1760 


1436 


1345 


1608 


DEVONSHIRE. 




MW 


908 


772 


9B5 


8603 


3633 


1087 


894 


806 


. 904 


CORNWALL. 




U« 


im 


IIM 

• 


1107 


48U 


4833 


1416 


1215 


1081 


1171 


SOMERSETSHIRE. 

VI^WEST MIDLAND. 




1MB 


MB4 


M7 


10G9 


4555 


4767 


1438 


1135 


1060 


1134 


GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 




«• 


m 


MB 


975 


1190 


1138 


319 


270 


MO 


384 


HEREFORDSHIRE. 




BM 


705 


685 


661 


2717 


2664 


792 


661 


567 


644 


SHROPSHIRE. 




M09 


S41I 


SU3 


9495 


10091 


923S 


2663 


2842 


90M 


9373 


STAFFORDSHIRE. 




AM 


BO) 


771 


BM 


3343 


3169 


825 


777 


789 


778 


WORCESTERSHIRE. 




Ul» 


UM 


1647 


1606 


6994 


6347 


1751 


1456 


1523 


1617 


WARWICKSHI RE. 

VII.-NORTH MIDLAND. 




m 


m% 


Mft 


M7 


M4a 


3724 


838 


672 


536 


658 


LEICESTERSHIRE. 




M 


m 


49 


54 


138 


217 


64 


51 


53 


69 


RUTLANDSHIRE 




isa 


MB 


IBM 


IIM 


4406 


4341 


1366 


951 


1054 


1081 


LINCOLNSHIRE. 




1MB 


9M 


BBS 


94B 


4045 


4062 


1285 


941 


838 


998 


NOTTIMOHAMSHIRE. 




MO 


8M 


BM 


747 


8147 


8260 


1001 


788 


683 


778 


DERBYSHIRE. 

VIII.~NORTH WESTERN. 




I4B 


IMI 


iin 


1819 


51M 


4895 


1897 


1106 


1045 


1247 


CHESHIRE. 




MM 


nci 


OIB 


7M1 




29084 


81W 


71M 


6517 


7171 


LANCASHIRE. 

IZ.~YORK. 




MM 


MK 


4097 


4501 


18199 


17&M 


4635 


4499 


4007 


4397 


WEST RIDING. 




7S» 


BM 


9S4 


817 


31W 


3007 


707 


640 


866 


803 


EAST RIDING («pM rof«). 




Mi 


iM 


ft40 

• 


560 


MM 


2154 


588 


541 


560 


565 


NORTH RIDING. 

X^NORTHERN. 




MKi 


urn 


ISM 


1417 


6067 


5B46 


1560 


llM 


1478 


1416 


DURHAM. 




Ml 


m 


BM 


984 


3733 


3540 


BM 


8» 


871 


950 


NORTHUMBERLAND. 




IT4 


CM 


494 


567 


1140 


MM 


5M 


608 


604 


555 


CUMBERLAND. 




MB 


171 


1» 


149 


6M 


564 


170 


IM 


IM 


156 


WESTMORLAND. 

XL-.WELSH. 


1 


TM 


CU 


Ml 


514 


14M 


1M6 


7M 


571 


441 


496 


MONMOUTHSHIRE. 




MM 


BB4 


MM 


IBM 


BOM 


7dM 


2209 


MM 


16M 


1735 


SOUTH WALES. 




IBM 


ItM 


BM 


1100 


4214 


4960 


1135 


1148 


9W 


1069 


NORTH WALES. 



Dea^ at different Ai/ti, 1859. 



EirOLAND.— DEATHS a 



I tli« DrruiOMi and 









FEMALES. 


DnrtStOXS 






Aoa *i Di.Ta. 


lEOOreATIOH OOUMTIES. 


i 


i 


"T 








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nr.911 


^ 


^ 


_ 


_> 


Xl 


DrvTsioNS. 












L 


uanoy .... 


wm 


■ona 


<UI1 


tTTO 


IWD 


m 


fjo 


[«m 


»a. 


an 


HI 


«1 


ttir 


KOr 


roi 


MW 


me 


mo 


W 


41 


IL 


*OUTH RASTBEN • 


»wt 


i;«»i 


SK? 


1038 


>U 


in 


a? 


»i» 


Ml 


STO 


000 


723 


IMl 


lUl 


lit; 


laii 


1113 


^ 


Hi 


» 


HL 


SOUTn MIDLAND ■ 


«ia» 


112m 


mg 


M 


tw 


an 




wa 


JU> 


»a 


ta.1 


tsn 


Ml 


Ml 


tea 


MS 


tm 




«i 


„ 


IV. 


lABTERN .... 


IMt« 


1I1W 


i»i 


■Tl 


MS 


MO 




•Ml 


m 




tis 


440 


m 


rot 


ono 


TM 


Ilia 


z 


4St 


31 


V- tlX-m WESTSKN . 


MIIOl 


iBOSe 


uu 


IIM 


ro> 


»a 


ai 


■MS 


»n 


m 


•u 


eu 


UDT 


ion 


ion 


I4H 


llM 


mo 


M» 


00 


TL' WEST MIDLAND. - 


uiin 


WSlfl 


am 


a>4r 


lit> 


MI 




iiwa 


IHO 


«K 


HI 


Ml 


UM 


UK 


IMl 


1714 


MU 


*IU 


111 


ot 


VrUMOETH HIDLATO - 


■ IW 


IMU 


iffi 


IM1 


U7 


<M 




Mat 


an 


H8 


lie 




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BM 


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MO 


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in 


tH 


M 


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iim 


«9»I> 


MOi 


■IM 


\an 


m 


I4t 


itsri 


IIM 


«a 


vm 




MM 


U84 


MH 


MH 




iin 


410 


n 


a. TORK 


UMI 


Bin 


iia 


un 


loii 


lU 


Mi 


n»i 


lUI 


MO 


JH 


BM 


lao 


lan 


UM 


■Ml 




UN 


401 


M 


X. HOBTBBBN - ■ ■ 




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MM 


iwa 


HI 


m 


»l 


wno 


au 


M* 


Ml 




CM 


m 


«n 


HI 




«71 


» 


U 


IL'WIUH .... 


mil 


"'" 


M> 


UM 


«l 


tfi 


«U 


0»I 


"* 


itr 


MD 


" 


UM 


Mt 


•" 


Ma 




im 


a. 


« 


.-LONDON. 










































■IBDLSBEX (piiHi/) 1 VH 


ms* 


UU 


':': 


TM 


tw 


SMI 


loir 


mi 


4W 


Ml 


IN7 


1711 


WW 


lait 






lao 


M 


•OKm»Y(p«^). -j «H> 


«ne 


lie.. 




we 




lUI 


Ma 


u 


107 


lU 


411 


tn 


4M 


aia 


aw 


4ao 




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««irr (p-'.in - -! "M 


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i«t 


M 


IS 


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m 


** 


as 


" 


» 


IM 


m 


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Ml 


in 


M 


* 


iL-sotrm EASTERN. 












































■ass 


ISM 


w 


in 


«a 


« 




704 


111 


r4 


U 


n 


HI 


va 


UI 


irg 


ua 


Ml 


14 







Ml 


ftW 


MM 


»N 


in 


IM 




lani 


»a 


w 


ITI 


9M 


•tl 


ma 


ni 


ao> 


<w 


HI 


103 


to 


1 1 ntmsBx ' - ■ . 


lUl 


Ktl 


•M 


IH 


IM 


in 


M 


IMI 


B! 


IM 


IM 


IM 


•17 


m 


Mi 


Ml 




Ml 


110 


g 


4 


BAMnHima - - 


Ml 


Mil 


IH 


NO 


Ul 


IH 


tl 




114 


14t 


IM 


Ml 


MI 


174 


m 


tia 


Ml 


Itl 


, 




■XHKSHIBS ■ - - 

m_«OOTa MIDLASD. 


















'" 


" 




ai 


lu 


" 


Its 


101 




Ml 


" 


* 


a 




■UE 


17W 


tm 


ua 


DB 


«l 




m 


■1 


11 


M 


N 


IM 


IM 


111 


117 


Ml 


IM 


It 


3 


1 


BBxrroBDaRimi! 


«1 


IN* 


m 


m 


a 


M 




ni 


•0 


it 


n 


M 


lo: 


IH 


•9 


IH 


IM 


m 


„ 




s 


BUCKntOHAMBHIR 




l«I 


H> 


iw 


n 


M 




M4 


« 


to 


u 


04 


IM 


m 


no 


111 


»■ 


111 


4S 


1 


• 


oxroKitsaiRX - 


MT 


ini 


rc 


IID 


B 


41 


31 


oao 


«a 


«• 


la 


71 


130 


IDI 


lit 


111 




170 


01 


, 


10 






MM 


iW 


MB 


111 


n 




lin 


iir 


«r 


91 


H 


148 


113 


lat 


171 




*u 


oa 


s 


11 




n 


MI 


IM 


M 


» 


11 




» 


It 


■a 


U 


1> 


M 


« 


M 


a 


30 


«« 


n 


, 


11 


■BfiraMPSBiu - 


Mfl 


14M 


M 


i«r 


M 


N 






M 


tl 


M 


Ot 


101 


00 


U 


u» 


141 


HI 


n 


, 


^ 


atHBUDoBSMiKe 

IY.-EASTEIU(. 


ma 


irto 


Mt 


m 


» 


to 




«n 


T» 


" 


M 


H 


'^ 


no 


H 


Ul 


Ul 


100 


<3 


' 


14 


BS»M 


«UI 


nu 


un 


m 


l«l 


m 




!«• 


IM 


Ll'< 


117 


in 


Ml 


111 


IM 


Ml 


au 


Bl 


IM 


J 


1« 


marroLK - - ■ 


Mil 


HI4 


m 


in 


IK 


la 


•> 


11« 


iir 


lot 


IM 




Ml 


>■• 


IK 


Ml 




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ito 


le 


14 


■oaroLK - - - - 


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Ml 


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114 


MI 


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Mi 


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Deaths at differaii Ages, 1859. 



101 



ENGLAND.— DEATHS at different Ages Registered in tho Year 1859— in the DiviaiOKS and HfiOieTEATiOK 

Counties — eontinmed. 



Divi^oxa 

AMD 

££(JtSTftATION COUNTIES. 



FEMALES. 






ti 



ACMS AT DKATH. 



I7ad«r 
1 



8 



5 



5- 



10- 



W- 



20- 



25- 



85- 



45- 



55- 



C5- 



75- 



T^SOUTH WESTEBN. 

17 i WUTSBIBB • - 

18 D0B8£TSHXBE 

1 

19 OBVOIf SHIRE - - 
ao COBMWALM» - - - 
ftl . SOMBRSSTSaiBE • 

TI— WEST MIDLAin). 



IS 



M I SHmOFSaiRE 



so 

SI 



S3 
S4 



S5 

sc 

S7 



s« 

99 

40 

41 



TIL>KOBTa MIDLAND. 



8883 
SHI 
8C96 
8181 
TOIT 



678S 
1874 
8990 
15114 
401S 
0030 



40M 

848 
8841 
5758 
5191 



8511 
1913 
GI44 
8883 



4787 
1188 
8864 



8189 
8847 



8724 

S27 

4842 

4062 
8850 



TUL-KOBTH WESTEBN. 



IX-YOBK. 

miDIN O - - 
RIDIHO (iriUror*) 
KIDIHO - 



X^NOBTHEBN. 



If O BTHUMB E BLAND 



4a 

4S 



ZI.-WELSH. 
[OHM OUTBS HZ RE 



8002 
48558 



87485 
4588 

8474 



418 
8.^ 
1056 
808 
884 



804 

900 

588 

8885 



704 
1488 



828 
50 
907 
081 
871 



4805 
89084 



1001 
7013 






17588 
8007 
2854 



106SS 

5758 

8416 

885 



WORTH WALES 



8007 

18402 

818S 



3891 
708 
459 



5846 

8540 

2852 

564 



2818 
7509 
4860 



1510 
756 

450 
85 



165 
117 
422 
847 



992 
50 
187 
1285 
275 
688 



235 

6 

240 

858 

219 



CO 

76 

2oG 

180 

188 



161 
40 
85 
637 
156 
850 



811 

2868 



1586 
804 
137 



478 

1500 

682 



C77 

801 

165 

82 



137 

9 

148 

806 

157 



75 
55 

164 
90 

124 



159 
96 
58 
884 
106 
800 



78 

5 

124 

170 

119 



187 
1848 



52 

52 

181 

66 

70 



88 
21 
50 

875 
84 

158 



00 

7 

81 

116 

85 



770 

087 

8031 

1331 

1515 



1589 
887 



4903 
1385 
2824 



124 
875 



858 
97 
65 



250 
696 
884 



816 

125 

91 

13 



135 
891 
196 



690 
76 
56 



108 
686 



107 
97 
64 
17 



86 

291 

98 



476 
60 
56 



1132 
77 
1589 
1775 
1251 



1881 
12750 



138 
70 
44 
11 



64 

192 
65 



7478 

1145 

778 



2738 

1380 

814 

158 



13J 
107 
280 
178 
222 



829 
05 
U7 
481 
179 
275 



122 
13 
867 
211 
190 



68 
80 

156 
73 

119 



121 
86 
78 

801 
88 

145 



216 
1210 



57 



142 

96 
104 



85 

56 

174 

184 

157 



158 
46 
90 

885 
67 

170 



82 

8 

180 

128 

128 



92 

CC 

227 

117 

153 



174 
80 
90 
966 
111 
220 



116 196 



sn 



1066 
180 
118 



1018 
8000 

1105 



820 

141 

129 

25 



901 



474 
75 
71 



180 
409 
815 



127 
76 
61 
18 



91 

6 

164 

178 

151 



158 
140 
380 
800 



805 



808 

67 

163 

500 

195 
426 



147 
128 

178 
290 



302 

68 

140 

485 

176 
387 



178 
18 
262 
251 
836 



162 
8 
248 
224 
186 



150 
113 
339 
885 
251 



287 
72 
171 
421 
168 
892 



216 871 855 
1123 2179 



645 714 



91 
58 



186 
97 
67 
81 



56 

224 

147 



78 
987 
175 



122 
108 



191 
111 

79 
22 



86 
289 
157 



1201 
228 
186 



800 

840 

148 

44 



139 
11 
225 
204 
177 



197 
140 
474 
861 
403 



407 
01 
200 
461 
200 
415 



1071 
177 
184 



840 
2054 



840 

241 

110 

82 



188 
549 
888 



124 
445 
293 



1000 
179 
119 



205 
12 
278 
876 
814 



383 
2151 



906 

221 

118 

37 



180 
381 
856 



1150 
224 
171 



863 

255 

170 

58 



809 
181 
7^ 
402 
519 



510 
112 
814 
569 
887 
584 



250 

84 

885 

842 



806 848 



462 
2138 



110 
486 
817 



1482 

266 
929 



4:8 
879 
234 

56 



164 
614 
468 



83- 



•3 
„ a 
95^. 

9 



293 
808 
702 
395 
622 



465 
189 
804 
596 
864 
427 



226 

84 

404 

800 



81 

C8 

2IS 

121 

229 



185 
65 

102 

140 
90 

129 



890 
1482 



1081 
876 
858 



73 

6 

149 

70 

58 



5 

6 

20 

II 

18 



17 
8 
8 

18 
8 

13 



4 
1 

14 
8 

4 



93 
823 



870 
802 
838 

62 



188 
508 
502 



880 
90 
73 



97 
90 
76 
20 



6 

17 



19 
8 

S 



54 

281 
900 



11 
9 
4 
1 



f 
89 
18 



Deathi at different Affei, 1659. 103 

L— IAND0H.--DKATH8 it diffmnt A«m B«giitei«d in the Tear ias»— in Dumicn. 







FBKALES. 


Dwwicm 


II 


^1 


^ 


_ 


i 


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Ki::; :::::: 
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KSKS-.: : : : : 

LlMMlClTT - - - - - 
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1 


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IKS' 



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t Oh m^ uo, I AfW in 



Deaths at different Ages, 1659. I( 

IL— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIEa— DRATHS at dlArent Ag«i, 1859— Diiibiom— eonb'iiuHt. 



4 — HAMPSHIRE. 



.—BBRKBBtBE. 



ntt 



nL-SODTH MIDLAND COUNTIES. 



>. NirDLEBEKl 



KKwran ruaiu. 



Death at different Ages, 1859. 107 

m.— SOUTH laDhASD CODirriE&— DEATHS U diffarent A^e*, 1859— DuiBlcn— ooMmned: 







FEMALES. 




II 


^1 




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IV.— EASTBBN COUNTIES.— DEATHS at different Agea. 1859— Districtb— cmlmiKi/, 





















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DISTSICTS. 




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19. - SEVONaHlKE. 



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v.— SOUTH WB8TBRN COUtTTIBS.— DBA.THS at diflferent Ages, 1859— Districts— coiifiiiii«i. 



DISTRICTS. 



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Bt. AnmjL - — - - - 
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PAUtOOTI ------ 

HBLrrox ------ 

RcDftimi ------ 

PKarsAMca ------ 

ScnxTlcbAnM - . - - 

SI.— 80MER8STSHIRI!. 

WtUJTOIt ------ 

DC&VBETOir - - - - - 

WCLUVOTOSr - - - - - 

Taoiiioii ------ 

BafOOWATSB - - - - - 

LAjraroAT ------ 

CsAao ------- 

TKotm ------- 

WmcAjnoK - - - - - 

TWOMM - 

WbU4 - 
▲XBmtOOB 

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1 

693 


818 


80 


2S 


19 


12 


11 


147 


17 


9 


15 


14 


14 


16 


14 


18 


99 


39 


8 


DW 


429 


83 


&5 


17 


12 


6 


153 


26 


7 


17 


12 


82 


20 


24 


84 


42 


48 


12 


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221 


52 


12 


2 


6 


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72 


10 


4 


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18 


10 


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98 


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77 


11 


8 


7 


6 


100 


15 


8 


14 


11 


16 


9 


11 


26 


87 


99 


11 


994 


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172 


53 


24 


11 


9 


988 


29 


14 


97 


15 


82 


88 


45 


50 


62 


50 


24 


859 


510 


181 


24 


19 


10 


8 


192 


20 


6 


11 


90 


82 


22 


27 


88 


50 


88 


22 


27 


83 


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9 


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S76 


172 


24 


14 


8 


4 




59 


7 


8 


2 


6 


10 


12 


9 


10 


91 


29 


10 


9i 


87 


18 


2 


4 


8 




93 


11 


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4 


8 


1 


8 


5 


8 


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214 


88 


7 


9 


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57 


7 


8 


9 


5 


15 


10 


24 


22 


92 


81 


9 


505 


831 


57 


22 


12 


12 




109 


14 


8 


14 


12 


18 


18 


98 


90 


44 


49 


20 


548 


878 


88 


24 


9 


9 




123 


18 


12 


23 


8 


81 


19 


17 


25 


81 


46 


20 


S45 


157 


95 


7 


8 


1 




43 


7 


5 


4 


6 


12 


8 


8 


18 


15 


92 


8 


888 


265 


48 


16 


10 


9 




79 


11 


8 


8 


18 


16 


15 


11 


24 


28 


85 


11 


554 


84<) 


58 


28 


11 


9 




115 


15 


12 


7 


12 


19 


26 


15 


25 


45 


88 


15 


8» 


222 


89 


9 


9 


7 




66 


9 


5 


6 


8 


15 


16 


9 


16 


21 


46 


10 


870 


827 


55 


21 


17 


13 


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112 


17 


5 


12 


11 


16 


17 


12 


80 


85 


41 


19 


973 


189 


82 


14 


5 


2 




53 


6 


5 


2 


2 


8 


11 


14 


14 


21 


19 


11 


8M 


217 


45 


8 


4 


5 




63 


7 


6 


4 


6 


92 


20 


14 


18 


90 


27 


9 


585 


896 


64 


21 


17 


7 




114 


26 


19 


11 


10 


19 


19 


18 


28 


88 


48 


16 


881 


280 


88 


20 


9 


6 




78 


16 


9 


4 


8 


15 


12 


5 


24 


25 


23 


9 


877 


768 


122 


89 


21 


18 




203 


95 


18 


92 


24 


48 


47 


50 


77 


126 


101 


85 


818 


214 


82 


15 


14 


5 




70 


12 


4 


10 


10 


15 


14 


6 


11 


99 


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18 


723 


891 


87 


28 


91 


10 


9 


155 


14 


8 


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97 


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1078 
1445 
816 
219 
164 
857 
222 
540 
182 
567 
83 
844 
174 
180 
147 
682 
230 



291 
288 
W4 
120 
307 
224 



951 
180 
74 
113 
935 
165 
566 
982 
878 
828 
901 
157 
189 
229 
483 
952 



863 

859 

487 

1J78 

1442 

429 

865 

210 

785 

937 

402 

968 

9528 

1818 

1848 



761 
969 
184 
148 
161 
182 
133 
878 

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451 

65 
238 
111 
110 
112 
539 
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184 
164 

4;il 

102 
127 
175 



163 

96 

55 

90 

152 

128 

835 

198 

992 

950 

166 

122 

97 

181 

954 

145 



9.^7 
240 
273 
810 
849 
386 
203 
104 
478 
158 
278 
216 
1592 
648 
1091 
1589 



1.16 
198 
42 
22 
19 
48 
80 
73 
11 
72 
18 
48 
16 
16 
18 
98 
94 



85 
9.1 
72 
14 
21 
83 



22 

15 
10 
19 
86 
29 
87 
26 
40 
47 
81 
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20 
29 
70 
23 



53 

47 

57 

207 

282 

68 

87 

81 

115 

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51 

48 

428 

197 

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489 



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78 

8 

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9 
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11 

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85 
4 

13 

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8 
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24 
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92 
84 
15 
11 
89 
19 
19 
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258 
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186 

295 



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49 

8 

8 

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4 
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7 

8 

18 

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6 
4 

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7 

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9 
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15 
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8 
8 
5 
7 
4 



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17 
16 
58 
58 
84 
11 

6 
25 

4 

9 

12 

111 

51 

89 

129 



19 
44 

8 
8 
1 
9 
1 
8 
2 

15 
8 

14 
9 
9 
5 

18 
9 



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89 

1 



13 
4 
10 
6 
84 
84 
46 
68 



5 
18 
9 
1 
8 
7 
1 
4 
1 
12 
2 
8 
4 
9 
9 
10 
6 



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12 
1 
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5 

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14 

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950 


25 


22 


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47 


95 


64 


8 


8 


85 


8 


1 


29 


7 


9 


77 


11 


4 


88 


10 


— 


119 


16 


13 


18 


9 


5 


145 


32 


9 


21 


7 


_ 


84 


10 


7 


86 


7 


5 


83 


1 


2 


43 


4 


4 


185 


18 


12 


50 


9 


5 


52 


7 


8 


46 


14 


4 


124 


18 


15 


24 


4 


3 


87 


12 


4 


54 


10 


4 


89 


f 


2 


80 


5 


4 


17 


1 


2 


28 


4 


2 


58 


8 


4 


47 


7 


5 


146 


U 


4 


42 


12 


12 


79 


9 


8 


77 


8 


6 


57 


6 


6 


8.-! 


8 


6 


28 


9 


1 


49 


11 


4 


118 


8 


4 


42 


10 


8 


88 


18 


8 


101 


15 


6 


112 


18 


11 


455 


69 


14 


449 


64 


17 


168 


29 


19 


75 


10 


7 


54 


5 


4 


194 


26 


10 


64 


10 


5 


98 


90 


10 


84 


14 


7 


980 


88 


80 


804 


23 


9 


63( 


40 


23 


1018 


•7 


27 



22 

99 
8 
9 
4 
7 
5 

15 
3 

18 
1 
5 
3 
3 
8 

16 
7 



10 

7 

15 

4 
2 
8 



4 
2 

4 
8 
7 

13 
8 

18 
9 
5 
8 
3 
2 
5 
4 



12 

8 

8 

20 

22 

10 

5 

7 

20 

6 

5 

9 

80 

8 

29 

80 



29 

81 

8 
8 

10 
7 
2 

10 
7 

20 
4 

11 
6 
4 
1 

12 
4 



4 

8 

11 

5 

4 
8 



7 
8 
2 

4 
8 
4 

10 

4 
8 
4 
9 
4 
3 
8 
8 
9 



18 

7 

10 

24 

82 

14 

9 

7 

17 
2 
5 
12 
87 
28 
18 
88 



48 


61 


48 


78 


90 


71 


38 


81 


50 


48 


86 


101 


76 


89 


9 


7 


12 


14 


20 


11 


7 


8 


7 


12 


19 


24 


13 


9 


8 


18 


18 


8 


24 


26 


10 


11 


6 


9 


8 


13 


20 


9 


9 


9 


7 


6 


11 


17 


9 


24 


88 


80 


84 


82 


87 


11 


7 


8 


8 


5 


7 


13 


3 


24 


22 


28 


86 


54 


51 


92 


8 


8 


5 


4 


8 


8 


8 


15 


14 


12 


19 


15 


dSi 


18 


7 


7 


8 


10 


10 


19 


2 


8 


3 


9 


11 


19 


12 


6 


4 


T 


7 


6 


13 


9 


5 


47 


85 


40 


80 


65 


61 


10 


11 


14 


7 


15 


15 


12 


8 


4 


6 


6 


8 


19 


11 


8 


7 


14 


7 


11 


16 


24 


11 


85 


84 


81 


80 


88 


57 


27 


4 


6 


7 


12 


14 


IS 


6 


4 


6 


9 


10 


16 


18 


6 


18 


9 


12 


20 


16 


16 


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9 


15 


15 


18 


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7 


5 


4 


5 


7 


18 


10 


9 


8 


2 


4 


2 


7 


9 


6 


6 


8 


7 


11 


8 


7 


6 


6 


13 





14 


21 


14 


7 


6 


8 


6 


10 


9 


8 


6 


25 


16 


19 


10 


23 


8S 


18 


12 


11 


10 


12 


88 


26 


11 


16 


21 


27 


21 


48 


83 


8 


19 


17 


18 


22 


84 


31 


7 


11 


r 


7 


14 


18 


25 


1 


8 


9 


8 


9 


14 


18 


4 


9 


4 


8 


8 


13 


18 


8 


8 


4 


8 


9 


18 


8 


11 


12 


17 


18 


16 


24 


82 


4 


10 


4 


15 


11 


18 


14 


4 


25 


92 


14 


22 


16 


18 


11 


18 


17 


16 


9 


18 


20 


9 


14 


27 


12 


18 


17 


24 


7 


54 


80 


26 


8«l 


48 


26 


8 


48 


48 


84 


41 


52 


8rt 


11 


28 


16 


14 


17 


28 


28 


8 


10 


17 


8 


10 


14 


83 


4 


10 


10 


8 


8 


18 


24 


6 


42 


26 


29 


25 


80 


49 


10 


r. 


6 


6 


17 


19 


11 


2 


15 


8 


18 


23 


27 


45 


9 


19 


18 


9 


15 


16 


13 


8 


63 


87 


91 


77 


101 


68 


16 


88 


25 


83 


29 


32 


26 


4 


80 


69 


47 


50 


67 


47 


7 


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89 


58 


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88 


88 


98 



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Deaths at different Ages, 1859. 



US 



VI— WEST MIDLAND COUNTIES.— DBATHS at diflferent Ages, 1859— Distkicts— ixm/miieA 



DISTRIOn. 



F£MAL9^. 









Aon AT Dkath. 



Under 

1 
Tear. 



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Sorrroii-oif-STOiTm - - - 



1417 


847 


221 


181 


62 


46 


480 


843 


80 


96 


18 




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58 


18 


1 






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135 


16 


9 


A 




480 j 


388 


60 


22 






800 


228 


44 


4 






199 


143 


27 


» 


10 




208 


142 


81 


7 






816 


212 


58 


7 






468 1 


332 


76 


97 


22 


10 


688 


897 


83 


88 


19 


18 


8910 


28S5 


686 


288 


159 


86 


1798 


082 


836 


U9 


68 


48 


176 


110 


80 


4 


1 


1 


188 


114 


98 





5 


8 


fSt 


157 


88 


19 


10 


5 


447 


813 


81 


85 


16 


10 


7M 


Lae 


141 


50 


34 


18 


409 


267 


00 


24 


19 


11 


900 


106 


20 


6 


4 


2 


660 


460 


85 


82 


12 


9 


SJO J 


238 


44 


14 


6 


8 


272 1 


204 


42 


14 


7 


5 


816 


23ft 


89 


25 


12 


5 


179 


108 


25 


8 


4 


2 





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4 


5 
Teart. 


5- 


10- 


81 


480 


48 


16 


7 


140 


14 


8 


— 


17 


8 


1 


6 


84 


7 


6 


1 


94 


7 


8 


8 


68 


14 


10 


6 


58 


15 


6 


8 


55 


4 


1 


4 


77 


9 


U 


8 


148 


98 


11 


10 


164 


95 


10 


89 


1200 


109 


58 


88 


499 


48 


96 


2 


88 


8 




8 


46 


9 




3 


68 


9 




7 


149 


11 




11 


991 


22 




10 


114 


18 




4 


86 


6 




4 


142 


24 




9 


69 


7 




6 


74 


16 


6 


5 


86 


9 


8 


4 


48 


5 


9 



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90- 



26- 



85- 



45- 



14 
11 
9 
4 
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9 
9 
3 
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9 



88 

91 

9 

2 

9 

10 

22 

7 

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11 

8 



80 
9 
8 
5 

16 

11 
7 
4 

10 
6 

10 



84 

26 

4 

4 

5 

17 

16 

12 

2 

19 

8 

6 

13 

4 



40 
14 
4 
6 
82 
21 
10 
10 
12 
15 
81 



178 

60 

8 

9 

6 

25 
80 
16 
9 
38 
22 
10 
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9 



84 

19 

2 

10 
18 
14 
7 
10 
17 
94 
91 



168 

59 

5 

7 

9 

8 

88 

IS 

4 

80 
17 
17 
18 
4 



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97 

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AGES AT DEATEL 



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001 
602 



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604 
605 



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807 
606 
609 



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614 



616 
816 
617 
818 



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PEMBROKESHIRE. 



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Pbmbrokb - - - - 
Haybbfobdwbst - - 



CARDIGANSHIRE. 
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NBWCAtTLB-111-Ein.TK - 
LAMrBTBB - - - - 

Abbbatbon - - - . 
abbbt8twitr - - - - 

TBBOABOH - - - - . 



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Bbbckhock- - - - - 
Cbickhowill - - - - 
Hat- ------ 



RADNORSHIRE. 

PBBSTBIOlia - - - - 
KNIOBTOir - - - - - 
Rbatadjes - - - - - 

44.— NORTH WALES. 

H0NTG0HER7SHIRE. 

Macbttoxbtb - - - - 

Nbwtoww - - - - - 

montoombbt - - - - 

hLAnwjhun - - - - 

FLINTSHIRE. 

HOLTWELL ------ 



DENBIGHSHIRE. 

WBBXnAM - - - - 

RuTHiir _ - - - 
St. AtArH _ - - - 

lAJkNBWBT - - - - 



MERIONETHSHIRE. 

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Bala ------ 

dolokllt - - - - - 

Fbbtxmioo - - - - . 



CARNARVONSHIRE. 

PWU.HXLI - - - - - 
CABKABTOH - - - 

BANOOB - - - - - 

CoirwAT - - - - - 



ANGLESEY. 
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480 
695 



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27S 
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115 
444 
178 



140 
9631 
475 
140 



947 
179 
197 



198 
878 
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884 



806 



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281 
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801 
699 
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969 
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118 
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CAKBiaAV - - - - - 

5rvcAJTU-ni.Bvi.Tif 
LAK^cm --__.- 
Ajoatb** - - . - 
Auxmwiia - _ _ , 

BABOV . . . - - 

BKECKNOCKSHIRS. 

I. 

R 

Ba 
Hat 

XADVOBBHIBE. 

rroii 
BlATAAia - - - . . 

44»— VOKTK WAtES. 
XOSTOOlCEBTSHniB. 



ItorrooMZBT 



FLIVTSHIBE. 



cn 



BEHBIOHBHIRE. 



9t.AMMrm 



XSKIOKETBSHIRE. 



CARHABTOHSHIRE. 
Cabvaktov - - - - 



▲SGLE8ET. 



948 
442 
588 



9i8 

S4S 
150 
S85 

361 
161 



IM 
285 
400 
147 



168 
188 



167 
886 



880 
584 

US 



818 

81 

185 

811 



888 

487 
576 
188 



588 



813 
•48 
481 



175 
885 
138 
15U 
218 
U6 



104 
176 
882 

137 



168 
88 
61 



118 
846 
108 
816 



417 



588 

156 
864 
lU 



141 

68 

180 

180 



187 



884 
146 



850 



88 
54 
68 



80 
81 
17 
88 
81 
17 



16 
81 
74 
81 



M 

18 
8 



18 
20 
81 



4 

12 
8 
8 

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5 



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11 
SB 

6 



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19 
85 
88 



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71 
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38 
4 

17 



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27 
21 
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70 

88 

188 



87 
66 

87 
47 
57 

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148 

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40 
80 
17 



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84 

1 
8 
8 



10 



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56 

61 
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187 



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29 
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124 
188 

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88 

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16 

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97 

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87 



19 
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5 

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80 
15 



95 



86 

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88 

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18 

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81 
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98 
80 
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16 
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97 
10 



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87 
15 
96 



46 



51 
17 
88 

15 



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8 

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19 



88 
88 

80 



46 



88 
91 
58 



85 
18 
10 
14 
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9 



11 
80 
18 
28 



88 

7 
10 



94 

87 
81 
86 



41 



40 
87 
80 
15 



15 

9 

17 

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81 
88 
86 
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48 



18 
18 
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18 

6 

5 

10 
6 



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8 
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6 

4 



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8 



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tA«edl06. 



tAfvdlOO. 



120 



Causes of Death in England^ 1 659. 



ENGLAND— CAUSES of DEATH at different Periods of Life in the Tear 1859— Mau*. 





CAUSES OF DEATH. 


HALES. 


ClM0. 


All 

AOES. 


AoBS AT Death. 




Total 

onder 

1 


1 


2 


8 


4 


ToUl 
under 


8- 


10- 


15- 


20- 


25- 


88- 


45- 


85- 


65- 


75- 


• 








Tear. 










Tears. 






















s 
4 




ALL CAUSES - - - 


nifii% 


58,862 


19/)4S 


9691 


1 
6508 


4688 


98,874 


10y646 


4968 


6070 


7158^12,766 


1 1 1 

18,748 14/8416,804 19/167, U^Vli » 

i 1 : 1 




SPECIFED CAUSES - 


siB»m 


56,974 


18^ 


9S89 


6441 


4850 


96,487 


10,519 


4910*6007 


7078 


1^10 


18,524 


1 1 1 ..,..] 
14,4881 16,47618^14«I66|SM 


K 




(CLAun.) 




' 




















! 




1 


I. 


ZYMOTIC DISEASES - 


88,218 


18448 


8129 


5848 


4065 


8011 


yMm 


6160 


1858 L846'U55: 1874 

1 


1547 


1446 


1466 'l482 


911 


m 1 


II. 


CONSTITUTIONAL » - 


8848S 


8657 

1 


2461 


1082 


594 


411 


8155 


1888 


10708460 8556 6018 


5044 


4083 


8060 2144 


lOn.lXk c 


ni. 


LOCAL 


84,180 


22881 


5845 


2489 


1874 


867 


88846 


2085 


11491881:1558 


8484 


5584 


7601 


10284illll^56SI TUtt 

7ot i8i90 %m\mm 

* 1 


IV. 


DEVELOPMENTAL „ - 


82^809 


16426 


2026 


4U 


181 


79 


19078 


175 


86 80 85 


89 


78 


174 


V. 


VIOLENT DEATHS - 


10,788 


1 627 


872 


888 


277 


288 


1917 


756 


777 781 


774 


1400 


1826 


1198 


982 


874 


837 » S 

1 t 




(OftDEBfl.) 




? 


















I. 


1. Miasmatic DisBAtu - 


80,865 


11900 


8050 


5828 


4049 


2996 


82816 


6122 


1848 1389< 1115 

1 


1449 


1259 


1181 


1815 


18>l' 870 w r 




3. Ekthbtic w 


.744 


417 


22 


4 




1 


444 


2 


1 4 14 


64 


87 


44 


87 44 2S| ; 1 




8. DlETIO n 


1418 


582 


20 


7 


5 


8 


567 


17 


5 12j 26 


161 


181 


121 


114 


46 


15 - - 




4. Pabasitic ^ 

1. DiATHBTIO » 


G94 


594 


87 


14 


11 


11 
56 


667 


19 


4 1 - 


212 


445 


TtZ 


- 


- 


1 
8 I - 

1 


II. 


6131 


220 


128 63 


64 


581 


149 


»4 791 82 


UOI il4S9 


9M|14t. 1 




3. TDBBBCULAB n 

1. DlUAlBt OF NBBTODS 

&T8TB1C 


32J0O4 


3487 


28331 969 


580 


855 
817 


7624 


1244 


976 2381'8474 


5801 
821 


4509 
1340 


3260 
1896 


1889 


655 , 87 1 4 - 


in. 


S9/M7 


1 
12746 


1761 


755 


472 


16058 


708 


348 


861 


867 


2860 


2979 


YTti m t 




S. „ Oboahs op 

ClBCUI^TIOM - 


8M8 


60 


20 


29 


16 


17 


142 


182 


203 


270 


264 


640 


998 


1801 


1827 


1871 


1 

751 M 3 




9. „ Kespibatobt 
Oboams - 


88086 


8474 


8771 


1491 


ni 


424 


14081 


727 


225 


814 


440 


1075 


1694 


2689 


8888 


\ 
4083 


8800 SS B 




4. „ DiosiTiYB Ob- 
oaks 


9780 


»u 


224 


IM 


82 


78 


1819 


260 


221 


254 


287 


594 


1006 


1417 


1775 


1476 


1 
570 « 1 




5. „ Ubinabt Ob- 
oams 


88n 


1 a 


24 


90 


16 


17 


96 


74 


62 


81 


109 


258 


876 


488 


858 


80S 


470 


43| S 




6. H Oboahs or 
Obnebatiom - 


44 


. 


2 


1 




« 


8 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


8 


7 


121 7 


8 




7. „ Oboahs of 
LoooMonoK - 


699 


10 


5 


9 


10 


10 


44 


75 


88 


81 


65 


76 


76 


67 


84 


61 


8 


1 
J - 




8. „ iNTEonincN- 

TABT StsTEM - 

1. COMOBHITAL MaLFOB- 
MATIOMS AND DEV. 

DisBASBs or Childbek 


571 


195 


38 


10 


f 


4 

5 


254 
6888 


18 
6 


5 


19 


20 
2 


19 


87 


99 


54 

1 


, » 


1 
47 t 




nr. 


6849 


5874 


847 


104 


S 


3 


8 


m 




1 










2. Det. Diseases, Adults 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. 


• 


— 


«. 


m. 


. 


. 


^ 


^ 


. 


. 






8. ,. Old People - 


11,422 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


_ 


. 


» 


2205 


8409 


K»l 






4. Diseases or NuTBiTioM 

L. ACCIDBKT OB NEGLI- 
OENOB - - - - 


14,588 


10552 


1179 


807 


128 


74 
281 


12240 


169 


53 


36 


33 


89 
1251 


73 
1122 


178 
•88 


708 
781 


965 

454 


85 


• 




V. 


9685 


550 


800 


858 


276 


1884 


782 


767 


757 


702 


89 


s: 






8. HOMICIDB ... 


194 


77 


8 


1 


1 


1 


88 


4 


8 


4 


17 


86 


20 


12 


11 


4 


1 
1 < 




4. Suicide . - _ 


929 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


20 


52 


118 


181 


201 


108 


118 


»l> 






8. Exbcutiov - - . 


7 

1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


. 


8 


• 


1 


^ 


. . 






ViOLBHT DBATHS, HOT 
CLASSED - - . - 




- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


— 


. 


- 


_ 


82 


^ 


^ 


148 


1 
276 


1 






SUDDEH DBATBS, CAUSE 
DIfASCBBTAIMED - 


1680 


865 


86 


10 


13 


440 


19 


15 


90 


28 


180 


192 


1 
147 1 15 


































n 






CAUSBS MOT SPBCiriBD - 
(OMrtiMMdol^aVtUf.) 


2819 


,1598 


176 


88 


" 


41 


1947 


106 


68 


48 


57 


74 


60 


109 


188 


102 


"i 


r 

'1 





^«ot.-ror tkt Cmms Of DiKlh BM(9 iB Mia 8 



Causes of Death in England^ 1659. 



121 



£NGLAND.— CAUSES of DEATH at different Periods of Life in the Year 1859— Fbjules. 



CAUSES at DEATH. 



FEMALES. 



AlX 
Aon. 



Aon AT DSATU. 



ToUl 
under 

1 
Tear. 



». 



Total 
nndar 

5 
T«ars. 



«- 



10- 



15- 



90- 



85- 



85- 



45- 



56- 



65- 



T5- 



85- 



•9 



n. 



ALL CAUSES . - - 



SPECIFIED CAUSES - 



817,905 
918;M9 



(Cxjknss.) 
ZTMOTIC DISEASES- 

COBrSTITUTIONAL „ - 



m. I LOCAL „ - 

IT. I DBTEL0P3(ENTAL« - 

T. VIOLENT DEATHS - 



4A^\lfW 



0501 



45/>il, 174490 0418 



58^ 
48^853 
75,506 
86,880 

oBvv 



1M» 8060 

8690, 1978 

16,910 5943 



18,811 
578 



(OmoEBt.) 

I. MlAMMLAttC DiUABn 



1. EirrMsno 
a. Dime 
4. PAMAnno 

IL [ L DiAtmcno 
9: TusnctTLAm 



t* 



II 



nf. t L Dmufn OP KiBTouB 



51,884 
589 



678 



10b809 
88^851 



a. 
a. 

4. 

a. 

a. 
f. 

a. 



t« 



IT. 



I 



1 



OlOAHl OP 

CfBCULATIOa - 

BnpiAAToaT 

OBOAm - 

DionriraOB- 

OAMS 

UaivAST Oa- 

OAKS 

OaoAVs or 
UaaxEATioic - 

OlOAWt OP 

LoooMonoH - 
ImovMSW- 

TABT STITXII - 



85^ 

8685 

97^ 

10,098 

1865 

1155 

593 

585 



9006 

861 
587 
544 



1919 
890 



7966 
94 
18 
58 



156 
8064 



T. 



1. CoHoaiaTAL MALPom- 

MATI01I8 AKD DXV. 
DUSASU or CHfLPEKM 

8. DsT. DnxAiu, Adults 
a. ,. Old Psotlb 

4. DuBAsn opNuteitiom 

1. AcciDvxT om Kbou- 



a. BonoiDa ^ . . 
4. BncukB- - - - 
a. Sxaccnoii - - - 

TkOLSMT DBATBf HOT 



ScDon DaATW, GAvn 



5451 

8814 

1^688 

18<458 



8401 
144 
819 



1191 



9408 



81 



6816 



U 
8 

10 
9U 



106 
1878 



5446 

884 

8418 

406 

866 



6607 

66881 



1861 



5408 
5 
18 
85 



138 
887 



1885 

4884 



4948 3941 
564 



419 

895 

86 

184 



86,860|10,771 
88,801' 10/187 



88417 
6066 

86888 



53986806 



6818,6794 



6645 
1881 
8096 
158S0 156 
1638 1 440 



2380 



7914 14,806 14,810 18A66 



788014^88418,97912,910 



1584 



1583;M96 



4984|8830 
8 
8 



88 
808 



14 



57| 60 
507, 860 



1576 

80 

8878 

808 

8 

4 



48 



4585 



8776 



490 
88 



888 



1894 



816 



758 

15 

1474 

186 

18 

8 



14 



76 



1106 



84 



188 



vox iPioinBo ■> 

188.) 
Tablo of CSMO or Doirtb, IV..1I6489. 



880 



488 



16 



806 



91 



10 



188 



806 



18 



488 



76 



18 



80818 
896 
564 

648 



460 
6806 



6618 

1 

9 

17 



1096 

75 

167 



1481 
148 
150 



8876 

7 
7 



119 
1868 



8 



88 



15 



188 
8 



9 5 



66 



19457 



115 



19457 



1405 



50 



11 



88 



880 



711 



175 



788 



858 



86 



74 



1407 
4906 
1589 



8886 

7618 



1615 
6184 



W 



15,59619^ 



488 
108 



1568 



9 

11 

1 



108 



1879 
88 

18 
1 



15008894 



196 
4188 



843 



806 881 



888 



196 



49 



59 



5486 



10488 



1449 



1700 



148 



447 

8 



90 



73 



840 



875 



44 



16 



75 



8 



5 

I 

5, 108 



66 40 



168| 115 
1! 8 
4' 88 



17t 87 



681 45 



899 



876 



868 



889 



70 



44 



86 



8 
388 



87 



66 
10 



80 



8643| 5048 



1070 
883. 811 



8194 
49 
41 



1507 

88 

75 

1 



400 1187 
7116 6057 



808 



U08 
4694 



884 

857 



1016 

11 

74 

8 



1548019^64617,1165801 



1836 

3489 

9679 

987 

816 



1908 
8781 



1177 

9 

48 

8 



1476 

8757 

10065 

4180 

880 



1486 

8 

88 

8 



2U8 
1817 



8871 
486 



880 



868 



196 



178 



68 



15 



958 



118 



148 
15 
06 



51 



56 



m 



1068 



1015 



1856 



1111 



819 



60 



81 



808 



184 



159 
9 

a 



101 



no 



1468 



1814 



1814 



1408 



806 



894 



61 



88 



68 



871 



186 



68 



188 



184 



9851 



1858 



1794 



987 



195 



60 



40 



997 



168 

6 

49 



170 



176 



8186 



1943 



3806 



1846 



179 



188 



48 



63 



1881 



814 



85 



154 



184 



17,9845407 



1018 
1851 
5068 
8544 
885 



11 
18 



841 
946 
088 98 
|89ia 849 
70! 6 



1008 

9 

1 



1857 
94 



9078 



788 



671 



68 



84 



10 



41 



16 



98 



15 



400 



400 



888 



8 



U 



880 16 



888 



60 



489 



14 



76| - 



11 - 



9 - 



- 

6; - 



8906 



849 



<^ - 



67 



8 - 



13^ 



V 



ISa CcMes rf Death in England, 1859. 

ENGLAND.— CAUSES of DEATH at different Periods of Life in the Year 1859— Mai 





CAUSES OF DEATH. 


MALES. 


Clam. 


All 
Aon. 


AoBs AT Death. 




TotsI 
under 

1 
Tear. 


1 


9 


8 


4 


Total 
uader 

5 
Tears. 


5- 


10- 


15- 


20- 


96- 


85- 


48- 


55- 


Os- 


75- 85- 


4 

SI 


I. 


OftDBK 1« 

1 Small-pox . - - 

2 Measles . - . . 
8 Seariatina - - - 

4 Diphtheria - - - 

5 Quinsy - - - - 

6 Cronp - - - - 

7 Wnooping-congh - 

8 Typhus - - - - 

9 Erysipelas - . - 

10 MetriSi- - - - 

11 Carbuncle - - - 

12 Infloensa - - . 
18 Dysentery - - - 

14 DiuThcea - . - 

15 Cholera - _ - - 

16 Ague - - - . 

17 Remittent Ferer - 

18 Bheomatism - - - 

Oedbk S. 
1 Syphilis - - - - 
9 Stricture of Urathra - 

8 Hydrophobia . . - 
4 Olaiiders • - . 

OaDSft 8. 
1 PHration - - - 

9 WantofBreast-mUk - 

8 Purpura and Scurry- 

0»i>ia4. 
1 Thrush - - - 

9 Worms, 8(0. - - . 

OmDial. 

1 Oont - - - - 
9 Dropsy - - - - 

8 Cancer - » - - 

4 Noma - - - - 

5 Hortifleation . . - 

O&Dtft 9. 
1 Scrofula - - - - 

9 Tabes Mesenteriea 

8 Phthbis - - - - 
4 Hydrocephalus 

Obdek 1. 

1 Cephalitis - - - 

9 Apoplexy _ - - 
8 Paralysis . - - 

4 Insanity- - - - 

5 Chorea - - - - 

6 Epilepsy - - _ 

7 ConruUions - - - 

8 £rain Dieeate^ ^e, 

OftDKK 2. 

1 Pericarditis - . - 

9 Aneurism - . - 

8 Heart LHieaeet ^e. 

OKDn 8. 
1 Laryngitis - - - 

9 Bronchitis - - . 

8 Pleurisy - - - - 

4 Pneumonia - - - 

5 Asthma - - - 

6 Lung JH$ea$tt ^c, - 

Obdbk 4. 
1 Gastritis - - . 

9 Enteritis ... 
8 Peritonitis - - - 

4 Ascites . - . - 

5 Ulceration of Intestines - 

6 Hernia . - - - 
T Ileus - - _ - 

8 Intussuseevtion - 

9 Strictunf or Intestines - 

10 Fistula - - - . 

11 Stomach Diseaee, 4re. - 

13 Pancreas Disease, ^, - 
18 Hepatitis . - *. 

14 Jaundice - _ * 

15 Liver Disease^ ^c. - 

16 i^(fn DiseoHt fc. 


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4490 

224 
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169 
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127 
204 

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881 
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480 
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882 
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Cauiea of Death in Engiand^ 1869. V. 

KNOLAin).— CAUBBS of DBATH at diffimnt Periods of lah in Um Year 1899— Fimuh— MnH 





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Gauges of Death in England^ 1859. 



ENGLAND.-- CAUSES of DEATH at different Periods of Life in the Year 1859— Malbs— oont 





CAUSES OF DEATH. 


















MALES. 


















Oass. 


All 

AOBS. 


AOM AT Death. 




Total 
under 

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1 


9 


8 


4 


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under 

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8- 


10- 


15- 


90- 


25- 


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45- 


55- 


65- 


75- 


85- 


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Oedbe 8. 

1 Nephritis - - - 
9 Isohoria ... 
8 Nephria . - . - 

4 Diabetes . . - . 

5 Stone - _ - - 
fl Ostitis - - - - 

7 Kidney Diaeaat^ fe. 

Oedbe 6. 

I Ovarian Dropsy 

8 CTtertM Dueose, ^. 

Oedbe r. 

1 Arthritis. - . . 
% JoiM DiMom^^, - • 

Oedbe 8. 

1 Phlegmon . . - 
« Uleer - - - - 

9 SHn Dittaat,^ - - 

Oedbe 1. 

1 Premature Birth - 
S Cyanosis - - - - 
8 Spina Bifida - . . 

4 Other MalformatJons - 
8 Teethfaig - - - - 

Oedbe S. 

1 Paramenia ... 

5 Childbirth . - . 

Oedbe 8. 
1 Old Age . - . . 

Oedbe 4. 
1 Atrophy nod DebUHy - 

Oedbe 1. 
( AOCXDBM T or Nbouobmcb. ) 

1 Fraetnres and Contusions 

3 Gunshot - - - - 
8 Cut, Stab - - - 

4 BumsandSealds .- 

8 Poison - - . - 

6 Drowning - - - 
1 Soffoeation - - - 
8 Otherwise . . - 

Oedbe 8. 

(Homicide.) 

1 Mnrder and Manslaughter 

Oedbe 4. 

(SOIdDB.) 

1 Onnshot Wounds - 
8 Cut, Stab - . . 
8 Poison - - - . 
4 Drowning ... 
6 Hanging - - - - 
8 Otherwise - . . 

Oedbe 8. 
(ExBounoir.) 

1 WM«g4wy .... 

Other riolent Deaths (not 
classed) .... 

Sudden Deaths (Cause on. 
aseertained) - - - 

Gaases not spedfled or iH. 
defined .... 


178 
81 
761 
887 
181 

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1 

4 

14 


6 

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1 
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1 
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8 

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7 
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14 
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840 


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Causes of Death in England^ 1859, 



125 



ENGLAND.^CAUSES of DEATH at different Periods of lifb in the Year 1859— Fbmalbs— con/. 





CAUSES or DKATH. 


FEMALES. 


Jl^ 


Aoas. 


Aon AT Dbath. 








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under 

1 
Year. 


1 


9 


8 


4 


Total 
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5 
Years. 


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10- 


15- 


»- 


95- 


88- 


45- 


55- 


65- 


75- 


85- 


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Oedeb 8. 

IKMhilil*. . . - 
tuSmikk .... 
8 X«»hrift .... 
4 DmImCm . . . - 

8 mam .... 
eCnIitii - - - - 
7 XUbiVi>iMaM,te.- - 

0BDEE6. 

1 Ofarkn Dropay 

9 rCtfwlHMaM,^. . - 

OmDsa7. 
1 Aitfaiflb. ... 

OEDsaS. 

1 Phkfman ... 
t Ukmr - - . - 
a Ate iXMMC, fc - - 

OEDSa 1. 

1 PnoMtan Birth - - 
ICTuoda .... 
aSpiiMBillda - . - 
4 OiUr SUlfonDalkiu - 
STwthlBff- . . - 

OBDia9. 

1 PMfimBm . « — 

9Childblith (MtJi^triA) - 

0Ei«m8. 
lOUAfl* . . . . 

OiDBa4. 

lAtnplu and Debility • 

OmoKA 1. 

(A0C19B1IT or KaoLioaiioa.) 

1 Fractvei and OootiMiou 
90Q]Mhot - . - - 
8CiA,ateb . . . 
4 Barn* ami Sesldt - 
SFoiMMi -- . - . 

8 Diownioa . — . 

80ltenrfa» II. 

OmDsa8. 

(Ho»cn>a.) 

1 Mnteand MaMlMfktw 

Omi»n4. 

(80I0IDB.) 

1 Omihot Wounds - 

9 0it,8lia»- - . . 
8Poteoii . . . . 
4l)rowBiiic . - . 

JgSSL- : : : 

OEDSa 8. 

(EzBoonox.) 
iHogiM . - - - 

Otikcr Tioleat Dwtlu (not 

tedtaiDtBths (CMuoan- 

CioiM not ipoflfflod or ill- 
oiiBaoii 


106 
29 

497 

158 
10 
49 

598 


8 

1 
1 

10 


9 

4 

9 


9 

9 

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4 
4 

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6 

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4 

11 

8 
56 


1 

1 

1 

9 

90 
17 

10 

4 
60 


4 

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18 

10 

1 
15 

1 
14 

9 

78 

5 
1 
9 

90 
68 

40 

17 

1 

59 
8 

88 
5 
9 


9 

40 
11 

1 

1 

15 


9 

8 

87 

98 

1 

6 

69 


15 
8 

70 

88 
9 
6 

85 


19 
5 

74 

18 
9 
8 

89 


14 
S 
89 
21 
3 
13 
96 

47 
148 

5 
65 

15 

19 

6 


8 
5 

49 
9 
2 
8 

91 

88 
89 

8 
46 

14 

44 

5 

9908 


5 

8 

19 

4 

81 

5 

99 


9 

"s 

1 

9 
8 

9 






m 

878 


9 


"4 


9 


1 


"11 


9 
85 

9 

88 

8 

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8 

10 
878 

87 

13 

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98 

4 
18 

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5 

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198 


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900 


79 
989 


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87 
868 


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9 


1 
6 


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1 
7 


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88 


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9 
9 
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65 


7 
54 


10 

9 

96 

6 

8586 
18 

189 

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76 

1 

11 
9 
8 


1 

9 

8 
8 


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910 
190 
185 


88 
59 

78 


16 
11 
15 


8 

5 
1 


1 

1 
2 


111 
70 
99 


8 
'9 

6 

1 
1 

148 

44 

848 

6 

84 

8 
18 


6 

4 
1 

4 

1 

65 

87 
1 
4 

88 

1 

98 
1 

9 


19 

10 

9 


11 

15 

6 


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8904 
189 
188 
151 

1745 


8904 

145 
174 
145 
867 


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8 
801 


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79 


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157 
181 
150 

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189 

97 

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166 

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119 

94 

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6 
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796 


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56 


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849 




18,453 


8778 


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89 


10498 


194 


971 


997 

80 

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88 

6 
94 

6 
19 

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1961 

194 

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5 

19 

1549 

104 

406 

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159 


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1 
64 
88 
11 
811 
80 


88 

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49 
17 

9 


49 

181 

8 

44 

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5 

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46 

186 

844 

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84 

1 

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15 
84 
6 
11 


79 
1 
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86 

7 

47 

6 

7 


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9 

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144 


89 


1 


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89 


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! Cataeg of Death in Engtand, 1659. 

BNQLAHD. — Snppi-EUHvTAftT Tamm ot tlw 

[The principles upon whicli the Causes of Death are tabled haTe been expUined in preriom 
Annual Reports. It will be snffleienl to state nov (hat all the Diseases, either haring a diadnct 
aharacler, or &tal to any considerable number of pcnons. are chusified under 1 1 3 beads ; 
some of which, however, include groups of very distinct diseases,-~4uch as are &tal to only ■ 
few peraoiu, or dittaies which are often confounded with other diseases. The rula has beeo to 
refer the distinct diseases to heads under which the cases were so numerous, that the additbiuJ 
numbers would not interfere with the calculated proportions. Thus, nmnipi was the caose of 
89 deaths (Mates and Females) in the year 18S9, and scarlatina of 19,907. The mortality of 







































- 


i 


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ijSo«m- - - - 

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Y«UM.F«n - - . - 

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iSr^ WW 

L*<iduDii.l>rinilBK - - 
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I. 

l™pKi™rtium - - - 
i'onjni. IlinHUasa - - - 

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n. 

MTeUti" 

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t[!l.icl1.]r - - - . 

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BsSi.,;. : : : : 

AMtuPwWri, - - - 

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117 

S 
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Causa of Death in England, 1859, ] 

OixmrnM of DuH M difhrMit Periods of Life, in Ibe 7ear IS5S. 

•eariatioa, deduced \>j dividing the deattu from tlutt disease, pliu 69, hj the total popolatioa of 
En^luid, will Im tband to differ little f^om (he mortalitj from icsrUtina alone. Where it ii 
deurad, partial eoTreation. hDwerer. can now be made by meana of tbe following Supplementary 
Tablea,caDUuniQg many of the deaths from diitinct diaeaaea, auph as mampi. glanden, epiataiit, 
piles, dry gaograne, polypnt, rickets, bnfachocele, &c tce^ and deaths ttaxa other forms of 
disease, auch as softepiog of the brain (necreacephalna), which are retnmed in many eaiat 
mider Mber heads, as pinlyiia, ^c. 

Then Tables are to eitemioq of the Tables of Canses of Death in England, pp. lao-lS5.] 



Total - - . 


OM 


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as 


■ 


- 


























j 


1. 

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as?-?-*-: : : 

r(ll>mr«ir ... - 

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ESS : : : ; : 

TwtWo™ . . . - 
El. 
EIr4np«iwdliim - - Z 

SSKU : : : : : 

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n. 

etMkmrtia - - - - 

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128 Cmues of Death in Etighnd, 1859. 

ENOLAND.— Sapplementai? TaUe of the C«a««* 

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ulmooArj Apffpitv 



OMiBDlioBorB«nli 



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SBh (OpBxiiiai ntlMand) 



Causes of Death in England^ 1859. 

of Beftth at diffisrent Periods of Life, in the Tear 1859— con^tituerf. 



129 





CAUSES or DEATH. 


Au> 

AOKS. 


AGES OF FEMALES. 


ill 


Total 
under 

1 
Year. 


1 


2 


8 


4 


Totol 
onder 

5 
Yean. 


5- 


10- 


15- 


90- 


25- 


85- 


45- 


35- 


65- 


75-85- 




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4 

5 

1 

1 
1 

7 
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M 
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2 

Tm^i 
s 

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IL-l 

2 


<XA«n» OIottidl« ... 
LtfTngkiDU SttidolM - 

Of Mtiim of Lmigi 
PbIboimit Apoplexy . . 

Knpliyiema .... 
Eybtaxk 

cKDtDSSttlA «• ^ ^ ^ 

PUrynfltis - - _ - 
(EMplMcitio . . . - 

Ftoforasioa oC IntwtiM - - 

Coogmttal Hornia ... 
Fanofml HerniA ... 
IiVoliMl Henila ... 
UmbitteiU Homla - . - 

0«i«raetioaorBow«Is - . 

gar**- : : : : 

IbkHM ..... 

n^n^^iffn^ > . . . . 
OrrtMMb ..... 

Ortnrk of BloMff - . . 
BloMorDiMOM . . - 

UTrtvWt- . . . . 

Ostitin ..... 
Putestttit — - - - 

ExMtodi ..... 

AMflMM — . . . . 

MoOitinOwhna - . . 
C«1m - - . . . 

WUtlovr . - - - - 

£r7*«att. I I I I 
furpm ..... 
Panphifas .... 
Innetlfo ..... 

uStoSU - . . . . 

PMriMiO ..... 

iSr I I I I I 

rbiphmtf—to .... 
StPopbahu .... 
PMapbotTX .... 

Aooi Impcrfeniiaa ... 
CWIPiOaU - . . - 
Horfw (OpvaftSoa for) . . 

Chknaii . . . . . 

MiMarrteffO .... 
Aboftioo - . . . - 
PMnMnl tfania ... 
PUoiiwMi* Doltu ... 
Exxn-nteriDO Fetation . 
BdmtkA or PlManU . - 
Floodteff ..... 
XMormodPelTU . . . 
Pnerpval Oonvokloaa . 
PUoonU PnBTi» ... 
BavtoroorUtaroa . . . 
Cruualomr - - - - 
BruMlAboceM . . . 


4 
61 

46 

486 
87 

92 

12 

24 

6 
6 

88 

1 
62 
14 
80 

828 

102 

4 

84 

16 

89 

188 

10 
71 

16 

1 

8 

8 

18 
4 

75 

2 

29 

2 

6 
14 

4 
2 
9 

7 
1 
6 

1 
1 

24 

16 

8 

tl 

41 
91 
97 
66 
8 

27- 

878 

10 

196 

96 

27 

1 

1 


8 
29 

184 

_ 
1 1 

82 ; 

» 
• 

1 

mm 

1 

84 

a 

1 

7 
2 

1 
7 

1 

1 

28 

16 
8 


18 

80 

1 
1 

8 

S 

4 

8 

1 
8 

1 


4 

1 

19 
1 

1 
1 

5 

1 


4 

1 
21 

1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 


1 

1 
6 

8 
1 

6 

2 

2 


3 
67 

8 

281 

90 
48 

"l 
"4 

98 
9 

8 

10 

2 

1 
7 

"1 
1 

94 

16 
8 


1 
9 

9 

20 

1 
1 

1 

1 

9 
1 

1 

1 

1 


1 


2 

7 
1 

1 

5 
9 

1 

1 

4 
8 

1 


8 

7 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 

4 

10 
2 

1 
1 

2 

2 

2 



u 

1 

8 
1 

1 
6 

97 
8 


4 

10 

1 

1 

4 

1 
1 

18 
5 

1 
8 

I 

9 
8 

1 

1 

5 

7 

8 

29 

10 
2 

1 
86 

1 
64 
10 

4 

1 


9 

97 

8 

1 

5 

1 
1 
1 

18 

1 

6 
9 

2 

15 

8 
9 

9 

1 
18 

1 

4 

99 

48 
46 
84 

4 

14 

185 

4 
79 
39 
17 


5 

97 
6 

17 

9 

1 

5 

5 

7 

81 

9 

9 

8 
99 

1 
9 

6 

1 

1 

1 
1 
8 

1 

1 

8 
86 
91 
20 

9 

11 

190 

4 
81 
40 

5 

i 


9 

94 
5 

15 

9 

1 

5 

19 
8 
5 

42 

16 

1 
9 

7 

80 

2 
9 

2 

1 

i 
9 

1 
1 

1 
1 
2 

8 

1 

2 

12 
1 
8 

1 
1 


1 

9 

46 
6 

21 

9 

7 

17 

4 
6 

45 

91 

1 
6 

11 
85 

4 
14 

1 

9 

9 

5 

1 
9 


1 

5 

59 
7 

14 

1 
8 

7 
3 
5 

54 

94 
3 
6 
6 

11 

98 

1 
17 

9 

8 

5 

1 

1 

1 
9 

1 


9 

40 
5 

18 

1 

9 

1 
5 

48 

16 

6 
8 

4 

4 

1 
8 

1 

1 

1 
1 

9 


5 
1 

1 

5 
1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 


» 

•» 



130 



Causes of Death in I/mdon, 1859. 



CAUSES of DEATH in London at different Periods of life in the Tear 1859— Malm. 





CAXTSES or DRATH.I 


HALES. 


CfaM 


ALL 
AOIB. 


AOBS AT DBATH. 




Total 
ondtf 

1 


1 


8 


8 


4 


ToUl 
aiKtor 

5 
Tean. 


8- 


10- 


18- 


80- 


15- 


85- 


48- 


a- 


68- 


78- 


- 


• 

m 




ALL CAUSES - - - 
SPECIFIED CAUSES - 


81,677 
81,387 


7765 
7668 


8065 
8078 

1885 

499 

858 

895 

87 


1617 
1614 

916 

190 

897 

69 

88 

918 

8 

1 


898 
995 


688 
687 


14406 
18;966 


1468 
1465 

878 
204 
875 

18 

95 

868 
1 
1 
1 


558 

550 

195 
116 
151 

4 
84 

194 
1 


668 
066 

148 
864 

m 

4 
84 

140 
8 

9 
885 


884 

878 


1081 
1067 


1807 
1490 

150 

1113 

967 

8 

187 

180 
17 
58 

77 
1066 

S8 
188 
164 

189 
70 

11 
11 

3 

141 

1 

44 

1 

U 
8 


1813 
8886 

145 

880 

1846 

18 

188 

188 
U 
46 

110 
719 

318 
»7 
488 

179 

109 

1 

U 

7 

1 

11 

106 

1 
48 

13 

4 


8888 

8648 

888 

680 

1871 

66 

111 

109 
8 

n 

160 
880 

410 
898 

684 
806 

08 

1 

14 

14 

66 
91 
U 

14 
6 


1886 
8844 

167 

m 

1861 

818 

61 

158 

7 

8 

141 
96 

418 

187 

808 

180 

U8 

t 

10 

IS 

113 
105 

41 

10 

9 
8 


1408 
1897 


184 

888 


V 
IT 


L 
IL 

m. 
rv. 

V. 


(CLASSXt.) 

ZYMOTIC DISEASES - 
CONSTITUTIOWAL „ - 
LOCAL „ - 
DEVBLOPMBNTAI., - 
VIOLENT DEATHS - 


8588 

6497 

11758 

8806 

1871 


8856 

678 
9458 
1778 

108 


680 
111 

101 
19 
80 

689 

1 


419 

69 

111 

7 

17 


5019 
1558 
4020 
1106 
389 


185 
481 
880 

1 
81 


188 

1088 

578 

5 

145 


88 

97 

781 

481 

IB 

71 
6 
5 

1 


18 

9 

88 

184 

§ 


1 

1 

4 

18 


L 


(OEDSma.) 

1. MlAiKATIO Dn^ABEi - 

9. Ehthbtic n 

8. DiBTtO H 
4. FA&AflinO „ 

1. DlATSniO ,1 
8. TUSXEOClAm „ 

1. DuBAiis Of NBavous 

BTtTXK - 

2. „ Obqans or 

CIEOUX.ATIOII - 

8. «, RatPUATOftT 
Omams - - 

4. ,, DiQwmvM Om- 

OANf > . 

5. „ Ukutabt Ob- 

OAm 

6. „ Oboavs or 

Obmbbatxom - 

7. M Oboahs or 

LocoMonoH - 

8. „ IwTBonMxir- 

YABT STBTXX - 

1. CovoBirrTAt Malfob- 

MATI0N8 AND DEV. 
DlSXAUl or GaiLDBBN 

8. Dbt. DiiXAus, Adults 
8. H Old Pboflb 
4. DuxAili orKuTBinoif 

L ACOIDBHT OB KBOU- 
GBMOE - - - - 

8. HOMICIDS ... 

4. SUtCXDB - - . 

8. EXBCimOH ... 

VlOLlNT DBATBI hot 
CLAtlXD - - . - 


7846 

900 

405 

88 


8141 

116 

818 

74 


I8R0 
5 
7 
3 

» 
476 


481 
1 


5484 
188 

as 

78 


U9 
1 

4 


110 
13 

88 


18 
8 


1 


n. 


788 
8745 


88 

688 


6 
198 


7 
105 


7 
61 


81 
1471 


14 
180 


8 

108 

80 
87 
IS 

18 

18 

1 



1 


U 
410 


85 
1048 


n 
n 

ns 

IS 

808 

88 

80 

1 
1 

r 

i5i 

1 
» 

8 

• 


8 

1 


1 


nr. 


8504 

1888 

4880 

118R 

869 

8 

109 

188 


1074 

8 

1170 

188 

8 

1 

1 

81 


818 

8 

608 

U 
4 

8 


124 
1 

854 

10 

5 

1 

1 


79 
8 

100 

14 

8 

1 
1 

2 
10 


40 

4 

51 

U 

4 

1 


1580 

18 

1179 

894 

W 

1 

8 

48 


87 
38 
91 
80 
18 

13 
8 


36 
47 

86 
80 
U 

14 


46 
44 

69 

41 

11 

1 

4 

3 


184 
114 

in 

81 
44 

18 

6 

5 

124 

4 
17 


17 
8 

40 
8 
8 


S 
1 


IV. 


1008 

811 
1889 


786 
967 


176 
110 


84 
85 


7 


998 

U68 


1 
16 


4 


1 

1 


1 


184 


10 


V. 


1144 
46 

1 


166 
86 


87 


83 
1 


19 

1 


17 


881 

87 


94 

1 


81 
1 
8 


68 

8 


67 
14 


8 


- 




182 


45 
68 


8 






48 


1 

1 


8 

- 


8 


8 
8 


10 

4 


8 
1 


1 


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SCDDBH DKATHS, CAUBE 
nUASCBETAllfSD - 


^ 




96 


5 


8 


3 


1 


60 


- 






Caosbs mot sPxoirUD « 


- 



(•ontiMMd Of jM^ US.) 



Causa ofD^h in Lmtdon, 1659. 181 

CAUSES of DEATH in Z/wdon W different Periodi of Life in tlie Tear 1B5S— Fbxalbb. 



ALL CAUSES - - 
IFECiriED CAUBK8 



ZTMOTIC DIBBASEB 
COiraTITDTIOSAI. „ 
LOCAL 

DCTKLOPia STAL „ 
nXAMT DEATHS 









TMOT Dun aot 



Aon AT DlATI. 



"-M- w-w-a| 



132 



Causes of Death in London^ 1859. 



CAUSES of DEATH in London at diflferent Periods of Life in the Year 1859— Malm— <»iUiiiK«rf. 





CAUSES OF DKATH. 


MALES. 


— 


Clau. 


All 
Agbb. 


AoEs AT Death. 




Total 
under 

1 
Tsar. 


1 


2 


8 


4 


Total 
onder 

5 
Tears. 


5- 


10- 


IS- 


20- 


25- 


85- 


48- 


5S- 


6i- 


1 

75- •tf- 


* 

41 


I. 


OSDIS 1. 

1 Small-pox ... 

2 Measles .... 

3 Hoarlatina ... 

4 Diphtheria . - - 

5 Quinsy - - . - 

6 Cnroup . - - - 

7 Whoopinf-eough - 

8 Typhus ... 

9 Erysipelas ... 

10 Metria - . - - 

11 Carbuncle _ - - 

12 Influenza ... 
18 Dysentery ... 

14 DUurrhcBa ... 

15 Cholera ... 

16 Ague - - _ . 

17 Remittent FeTcr - 

18 Rheumatism 

OSDEB 2. 

1 Syphilis ... 

2 Stricture of Urethra - 
8 Hydrophobia . . - 
4 Qlanders ... 

Obdks 8. 

1 Priration ... 

2 Want of Breast-milk - 
8 Purpura and Scurry 

4 AlcoholUun { t^l^^^ 

Ordbb 4. 

1 Thrush - - . . 

2 Worms; *c. - 

O&DKS 1. 

1 Gout .... 

2 Dropsj . . - - 
8 Cancer - . - - 

4 Noma . . . - 

5 Mortifloation •■ — 

OsDBB 2. 

1 Scrofhla - . - - 

2 Tabes Mesenteriea 

S Phthisis - - . 
4 HydrooephaloB 

OsDEm 1. 

1 CephiUitiB ... 

2 Apoplau - - - 
8 Paralysis ... 

4 Insanity ... 

5 Chorea - - - . 
^Epilepsy. - - - 

7 Conrnlsions ... 

8 Brain Ditaaae^ 4%* 

Obdbb 2. 

1 Pericarditis - - . 

2 Aneurism ... 
8 Utart D%aetu€t ^» 

Obdkb 8. 

1 Laryngitis - - - 

2 Bronohids . - . 
8 Pleurisy . - _ 

4 Pneumonia ... 

5 Asthma - - . . 

Lmtg iXseose, it, - 

Obdeb 4. 

1 Gastritis ... 

2 Enteritis ... 

3 Peritonitis > - - 

4 Ascites - . - . 

5 Ulceration of Intastines- 

6 Hernia - . - - 

7 Ileus - - - . 

8 Intussusception - 

9 Stricture of Intestines - 
1«» Fistula - - - . 

11 Stomftch DiMote^ fe. - 

12 PancTMu J>iseaMe. 4c, ~ 

13 Hepatitis ... 

14 Jaundice ... 

15 Liver DiteaaCt ^, • 
IQ SpUenDiaeatt^e, 


627 
677 
1826 
830 
40 
284 
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891 
164 

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120 
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116 
20 
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175 

118 

129 

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273 

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2 

126 

209 



78 

256 

268 

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67 

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74 
288 
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451 

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401 
231 
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773 

574 

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69 

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Causes of Death in LoiidoUf 1859. 



133 



CAUSES of DEATH in London at diflbrent Periods of Lifb la the Year 1859--F£MALbb— con^'nutfc/. 





CAUSES or DEATH. 


FEMALES. 


ChH. 


Aois. 


Aoia AT Deatu. 




Total 
under 

1 
Tear. 


1 


8 


8 


4 


Total 
OBder 

5 
Taan. 


5- 


10- 


15- 


SC- 


85- 


85- 


45- 


55- 


65- 


75- 


iS- 


4 


L 


OkduI. 

I Nonll-paz ... 
2Mca«lM- . . . 

SSnrlatiiia - . - 
4DMitlieria - - . 

i^/ ::: : 

7 Wboopioff-aonsh - 

6 TTphoa - . . - 
dErm^alM . . . 

WMeiriTT . _ . 

UOvbaade . . . 
]2Iiifliieua . . . 
UDjmtttmrj . . . 
MDwriMm . . . 
UCboiara .... 
tfAfw - - . . 
17 Xacnittaat F«T«r - - 
IS BhauBatam - - . 

0&DKE9. 
lajrphfiia- - - - 
tatrieturaofUnthn - 

8 HTdroplMkbia — . — 
4 Ofani^ni - - - 

Oedkb 8. 

1 FriTation - . - 

2 Want of Bmat-milk - 

3 rvpnra and Scarry 

4Atoahall.m jjgj;5j;». 

1 Thnnh .... 
2Warnia,fto. - - - 

ObdxkI. 

lOottl - . - - 
21>ixipa7 - - - - 
SCaacar - - - . 

4 Nona . . . - 

5 Martidcatiao - - - 

ObdbbI 

1 Serofela- ... 

2 Tahe» Meacnteriea 
fpfatbala- . - . 

4 HjibrooephalBa - - 

OSDBBl. 

lOpbaBtia . . . 
2Apo^Z7 ... 
SPmlraia . . . 
4laMnit]r. . . . 
5Cbana . - . - 
• ElAepay. . - . 

7 OooTwatoaa ... 

Osou 2. 

1 lajtaraiua ... 
2ABeivtem . . . 

3 Heart DiaeoMC^ ^c. - 

Obdks S. 

1 LavTiifitia - . . 
21lraoefiitia - . . 
anasriay - . . 

4 FBCBmonia -> > . 

5 Aathma . - - . 
<I«a9Z>ueaM,tc. - 

Okdib 4. 
IGaatritte- . . . 

2 Ettteritia ... 

3 f^tritooitia ... 
4Aacitaa .... 

5 UlecrBtkm of IntMUnaa - 

6 Harnia - . - - 
rikoi - - - . 

8 laiuaaaacopUoii « — 
dStrietureoflntaathiea - 

10 rtotoJa - . . . 

11 atmmnih iXwoM. ^. - 
It Paatrrtas IHteoMt «f-c - 
UBapatitia . . . 
UJaaadiew - . _ 
1i Li9tr Diaeate^i^e, - - 

{rmtinmtdatpagtUS.) 


531 

K» 

1055 

443 

45 

184 

940 

896 

120 

211 

IV 

38 

92 

1584 

77 

10 

88 

194 


124 

104 

91 

88 

7 

28 

294 

21 

43 

7 

19 

987 

40 

8 


67 

2;» 

239 

62 

6 

48 

807 

43 

3 

1 
9 

12 

884 

A 

2 

5 


53 

141 

260 

58 

8 

44 

146 

48 

2 

"1 
5 

40 
2 

9 


43 

63 

275 

55 

2 
36 

110 
5C 

1 

1 
1 
13 
1 
1 
3 
1 


34 

58 

211 

58 
4 
16 
61) 
41 
1 

6 

1 

8 
3 


321 

GOl 

1070 

271 

27 
167 
906 
209 

50 

~1 
11 
87 
1330 
80 

3 
96 

4 


77 

41 

404 

95 

7 

16 

33 

128 

1 

1 

19 
6 
1 

4 
17 

1 


20 

2 

81 

25 

3 

1 

60 

2 
3 

8 
16 

9 

16 
9 

94 
9 

18 
7 
2 

4 

5 

S 

12 

10 
fa 

1 
4 

10 
1 

2 

4 
7 

1 

8 
8 

2 
1 
6 


28 

1 

18 

14 

1 

1 
C2 

1 
14 

1 

1 
4 
1 

1 
21 

8 

5 
1 


SI 
3 

22 
3 

1 

58 

6 

39 

2 
6 
1 

1 
14 

4 

1 

1 


80 

1 

81 

16 

2 

95 
9 
111 
1 
1 
6 

17 
8 
8 

24 
9 

1 

2 

4 
10 

1 

89 
53 

3 

18 

2 

983 

5 

11 
21 
22 

1 
28 

84 

4 

5 

109 

3 
54 

5 
41 

7 
17 

6 

17 

81 

5 

8 

3 

8 

2 

3 

2 

11 

8 
2 

81 

1 


19 
2 

13 
7 
8 

77 

10 

47 
3 
1 
3 

14 
1 

1 
87 

5 

5 

8 

5 
18 

* 

1 

37 

161 

4 

9 
2 

780 
2 

11 

47 

30 

7 

84 

1 
51 

6 

4 

161 

8 
122 

4 
56 
19 
25 

10 
22 

17 
7 
8 
4 

10 
8 
2 
1 

16 

14 

9 

54 

8 


4 

1 
5 
2 

55 
8 

3 

7 
9 

4 

SO 
2 

2 

i 

8 
15 

2 

53 

229 

8 

13 

1 

433 

1 

6 
88 
66 
11 

18 

1 

51 

5 

10 

208 

2 
225 

6 
65 
37 
26 

10 

19 

16 

22 

7 

17 

10 

1 

5 

1 

26 

2 

20 

9 

77 


1 
1 
3 

4 

15 

4 

3 
11 
48 

3 

19 
1 

2 

4 

6 
11 

1 

5 

78 
201 

12 

8 

170 
1 

6 

136 

133 

15 

27 

58 

7 

9 

967 

453 

9 

52 

68 

21 

8 

27 

12 

18 

12 

22 

11 

2 

4 

9 

89 

80 

12 

71 

1 


2 
2 

1 

58 
16 

5 

11 

9 

64 

8 

1 

2 

24 

1 

1 
2 

4 

4 

95 

127 

1 

22 

8 

1 
58 

3 

169 

232 

13 

1 

13 

58 

2 

2 

261 

2 

314 

9 

63 

80 

17 

10 

8 

11 

21 

7 

10 

15 

6 

5 

34 

20 

14 

73 

9 


3 

1 

23 
2 

2 

8 

18 

69 

1 
1 

7 


1 

6 
S 

9 

14 

1 
2 


8 




146 


U8 


4 

4 
3 


1 


1 


- 


122 


- 




12 
222 
80 
85 
61 


818 
8 


2 

1 
8 


2 

"5 
8 
8 
1 


1 

"e 

1 
1 


m 

11 


1 


1 
1 

1 

5 
50 
48 

83 

9 

15 

1 
104 
128 
8 
1 
9 

25 

9 

1 

109 

1 
339 

5 
25 
28 

5 

5 
5 
7 
8 
3 
11 
9 

1 

6 
12 
23 


1 
1 

1 
6 
2 

9 
9 

14 
28 

3 

8 


- 




64 
9 


58 


3 
3 


62 
8 


17 
1 
8 

18 
15 
78 
56 

44 

18 
3 

1 

5 

11 

28 

5 
9 

10 

88 

5 

89 

8 

2 

7 
5 

1 
1 

4 

1 

8 

3 
3 


- 


IL 


18 
429 
884 

14 
108 


15 
1 
9 

10 


10 

"1 

4 


8 

5 

8 
46 
33 
72 

96 

9 

3 
46 
10 


42 

4 
11 
15 


8 

1 

2 

8 

4 

272 

1 

6 
6 
1 

8 
11 

18 

6 
48 

1 

7 

3 

18 

3 

2 

7 
12 

2 

1 
1 

1 

1 
2 


4 
11 

5 
2 

457 

10 
11 

4 
2 

13 

1 
6 

3 
44 

2 

10 

7 

21 

1 
5 

1 

7 

12 

5 

4 

2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
6 


1 
1 




174 

SS7 

8542 

618 


25 
168 

75 
216 


23 
114 

47 
173 

88 
18 

1 

100 

21 


7 

19 
94 
53 

22 

8 
3 

20 
6 


9 



21 

29 

16 

4 

3 
16 
10 

8 


72 

ail 

200 
543 


8 


m. 


897 
695 

ena 

82 

11 

172 

879 

414 


50 
8U 

1 

"2 

872 

80 


148 
69 

4 

"9 
863 

77 


^ 




51 

81 

1290 


6 


1 
2 

91 

188 

1 
326 

1 
6 

4 
8 
2 

9 

3 

"9 

1 
8 


"3 

17 
78 

122 

4 

1 
4 
1 
1 
1 

"2 

8 
8 


8 

9 
39 

8 

60 

1 

8 

1 
1 
1 

2 
2 

'2 


1 
18 


- 




108 

8509 

57 

1489 

8«5 

150 


81 
859 

486 
2 
9 


4 
22 

1 
42 

1 

5 

1 

1 

2 
1 


82 

688 

4 

1048 

4 

22 


1 

54 

4 

1 

1 

3 

1 
8 

8 

8 


8 




89 

168 

187 

86 

58 

68 

83 

29 

28 

7 

188 

8 

lOS 

109 

860 

8 


T 

96 

2 

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8 
9 
1 

13 

It 
5 


13 
44 

7 

1 
8 

11 
11 

1 

89 

4 
87 
13 


- 



184 



Ccnuei of Death in London, 1859. 



CAUSES of DEATH in London at diflbrent Period! of Life in the Year 1859_MALBf.-«oiKMM^ 





CAUSES OF DEATH. 


MAIiES* 


ClMt 


All 
Aon. 


AoM AT Death. 




Total 
under 

1 
Year. 


1 


a 


8 


4 


Total 
under 

5 
Tears. 


5- 


10- 


15- 


80- 


85- 


85- 


45- 


55- 


65- 


78- 


- 


1| 
s| 




OftDKft 5. 

IKephritis . . . 
8 IscburiA- - . . 
8 Nephria .... 
4I>UbetM- . . . 
8 Stone .... 
6 Cinititis . - . . 

O&DBX 6. 

1 Oraiian Drofwy - 
8 Utitanu Diatatt^t 

Ou>EE 7. 

1 Arthritis . . . 
8 JobU DiteaUt #o. - 

OmDSft 8. 

1 Phlegmon ... 
8 Uloer - - . - 
8 5ts«i>iwaM,fe. - 

OftOKS 1. 

1 Prenwtnre Birth . 
8 Oyuiods ... 
8 Spin* Bifida . . . 
4 Other Malfomutfocu . 
8 Teething ... 

OedkbS. 

1 Panunenia ... 
a Childbirth - . . 

Otona. 
lOUAge- . * . 

OftDBB 4. 

1 Atrophy and Debility - 
OftDn 1. 

( AOCXDIKT or KlOUOBWOB.) 

1 FraetureeaadCoototiona 
8 Onuihot ... 
8 Cut, Stab ... 
4 Bnnu and Soalde - 
$ Poifon . . . - 
8 Drowning .... 

7 SuflbeatioQ . . - 
SOtherwiM ... 

O&DKsa. 

(HOMICIBB.) 

Omi>SR4. 
(SmotDB.) 

1 Guuhol Wonnds . . 

8 Cat, Stab ... 
8 Poifon . . - - 
4 Drowning ... 
8 Banning ... 
6 Otherwfie ... 

Oedis 8. 
(EzxcunoH.) 

Other Violent Deathe (not 
elaMed) .... 

Sodden Deathi (Cause un- 
aseertained) . . - 

Canies not speeifled or ill- 
defined . - - - 


88 
10 

109 
86 
88 
88 

840 


1 
1 

"a 


1 

"a 

1 


1 
"i 


8 

1 


. 


4 
1 

a 

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8 


8 
7 

a 
a 

a 

10 


8 
1 
8 

i 

9 


8 
1 

4 


1 

IS 

4 
1 

4 

1 


1 

5 

a 

18 

18 

8 

1 
1 

5 

68 

4 
4 
4 
86 
4 
4 

4 

8 
8 

4 
8 
5 

10 
4 


8 
7 

27 

11 

10 
1 

8 

78 
1 

a 

6 
40 

4 
9 

1 

18 
10 

1 
80 

1 

1 

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2 

49 

11 

8 

6 

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1 

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8 
8 

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1 

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8 
88 

4 
7 

a 

4 

14 

5 

8 
14 

8 

18 

4 


8 

a 

80 
6 
5 
5 

44 


5 

8 
88 

8 
15 
10 
80 


1 

a 

4 

1 

4 
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4 


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"i 


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5 

1 

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8 
178 


a 
1 

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1 


1 
14 


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- 




7 

108 


1 


1 

a 

1 
1 


4 


I 

7 


14 

8 
8 

1 

1 

a 


1 
8 

a 
1 

1 


1 

9 


1 


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- 




09 
84 
80 


9 

1 

91 

801 
48 
80 
85 

185 


1 


18 

a 

28 


a 
1 

a 

16 

84 
4 

ai 

4 

28 

5 

4 

1 


1 
1 

4 

84 
1 

8 

84 
7 
8 

1 


8 

a 

1 

66 

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8 

11 

1 


I 

8 


- 


- 


IV. 


801 
88 
81 
87 

881 


» 


801 
49 
20 
87 

891 


- 


- 




: 




811 


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- 


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818 
105 

81 
1 
1 

a 
1 

4 

a 


484 

r 

14 

4 

a 
1 
1 


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- 




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^ 


• 


_ 


„ 


184 


w 




1888 


967 


119 


85 


80 


7 


1188 


. 


V. 


488 
4 

18 

140 

85 

948 

166 

80 


81 

'a 

4 

4 

118 

11 


9 
88 

a 
'a 


r 

94 

1 
1 


6 

n 
"i 


8 

17 
1 

1 


81 

88 

9 

5 

122 

18 


19 

1 
a 

49 

f 

4 

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1 


81 

a 

1 

88 
5 
8 

4 
8 

4 

8 


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1 


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46 


86 

45 
88 


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6 

1 

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48 

88 

17 

71 

8 


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8 


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188 
68 


9 

6 


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48 
69 


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a 


8 


6 
1 


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- 



Ccnues of Death in LondaHj 1859, 



185 



CAUSES of DEATH in Lovdok at different Periods of Life in the Year 1859-*FBMALEg--cofUmite(i 





CAUSES or DEATH. 












FEBIALES. 


- 


Ch^ 


All 
Aon. 










AOB 


AT DBATH. 






Total 
ondar 

1 
Tear. 


I 


s 


8 


4 


Total 
under 

6 
Tean. 


6- 


10- 


16- 


so- 


S6- 


86- 


46- 


66- 


65- 


76- 


86- 


» 

8| 




Oki>b» ft. 

I XnkrMa - . . . 
BiMtarfa . . . . 
SNfpfcrift - - - - 

4 DfaitetM - . . . 

«Cy«Mto r - I Z 

OftDsae. 

Qmsiar. 
lAitferitb- - . . 

OxobbS. 

1 PMifua . ^ . 

5 UlMT .... 

Qmssa 1. 

1 PmatareBMh . - 
tCnmoa^ .... 
SSpiBftBIAda . . . 

4 Ota« Mattanwiiims . 

5 Tiilfciin .... 

OiDsa 1. 

IPnUMBfo ... 

t Ohfliblrth (Me Mftrto) - 

lOUAf* .... 

Own 4. 
lAtoopkxaadD^UUty - 

Oedxb 1. 

(Aocnar or HnLionica.) 

1 FrMlani and CoBtoiiQM 
SO«Mhf9t .... 
»CM,80ib. . . . 
4Bm»uid8flridf - . 

S ^BiMB .... 
S DfOVBIBC ... 

rsvahaSoii . . - 

BOQmmlm . - . 

OkvkbS. 

(HoKicoa.) 

1 maia and Mintl wghUr 

0fti>n4. 

(SVXCIDI.) 

lOwitntWo— <■ - . 
aC«l,Sliib ... 
aFiten .... 
4 DiovaliV ... 

«SEinr&« ... 

Oaosaf. 

(Ezxcunov.) 

iBngtaf. . . - 

OteTblent DMtiif (not 

SaddM Dealhi ((koM na- 

CiMiii not ■ftclfltJ or ni~ 


17 

1 

194 

le 

4 

6 

94 


1 

"s 


1 


8 


1 


8 


4 

4 

S 


1 
S 

S 

10 

1 
1 

s 

1 

6 

6 

40 
S 

8 


8 

S 

3 

10 

1 

a 

6 

4 

1 

10 

1 
1 


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1 

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1 


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1 

1 

8 
8 


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8 

so 

14 
SS 

1 
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6 
S 

s 

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4 
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n 

6 
18 

18 
46 

6 

9 
1 

6 

89 

8 

11 

10 
S 

6 
S 


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1 

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s 
s 

16 

19 
88 

6 

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8 

a 

8 

16 

18 

3 

7 

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10 

1 
1 

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1 

4 
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1 


3 

87 
1 

1 
16 


1 

18 

1 
8 

18 




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1 


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67 


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9 
SO 


6 
19 


- 




2 

69 


"a 


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8 
1 

1 


8 


1 


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7 
1 

6 
8 

4 

1 

11 

1 
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1 

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1 

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1 
1 

87 

1 

8 

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4 

1 

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1 

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s 

1 

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6 


4 


4 
6 

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1 


- 




60 
SI 

as 


19 

8 

18 




. 


S6 

9 

14 


7 
7 

1 


a 

6 
1 


- 


IV. 


40B 
49 
SI 
8S 

SS8 


406 
4S 
SO 

ai 

160 


8 

1 

1 

148 


IS 


1 
1 


1 


406 
46 
SI 
88 

ass 


- 


^ 


. 


♦ 
« 


„ 




19 
SS6 


- 


9 

116 

6 
17 

"s 

8 


- 


. 


. 


- 


- 


889 


807 


- 




1497 


„ 


. 


^ 


,. 


^ 


. 


816 


86 




1196 


748 


86 

IS 

18 

1 
1 
1 


8 

8 
18 

's 

1 


6 


906 


98 


144 


10 


1 


. 


T. 


166 

1 

T 

188 

SO 

86 

1S9 

SO 


8 

1 

IS 

4 

1 

118 

r 


8 

U 

*1 
1 


as 

1 

71 

6 

4 

ISl 

9 


S4 

1 

7 
1 
S 

4 
S 


87 
1 

a 
1 


89 

a 
1 


a 
i 


1 




64 


4S 




1 


1 




44 


4 

11 

6 
S 

4 


1 

6 

6 

S 


. 






*• 




16 
14 
19 
13 

10 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 




1 


1 

4 


1 

4 
1 
6 

1 


a 
1 


- 


1 


- 


















14 


6 
U 



7 


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. 






^ 




8 

r 


1 


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^ 


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. 


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. 




96 
104 


46 
M 


'. 


40 
48 


10 
9 


a 

7 


10 

1 


a 


- 



136 



Causa of Deaths 1859. 
DEATHS of Males and Females from different Causes registered in 



Glmu. 


CAUS£S OF DEATH. 


ENGLAND. 


I. 
London. 


IL 
South Eastebn. 


ni. 

South Midland. 


IV. 
Eastbbv. 






Males. 


Females. 1 


Males. 


FemalesJ 


Males. 


Femailei.l 


Males. 


FMnales.l 


Males. 


Females, 






ALL CAUSES - - - 


22307« 


217205 


81077 


80283 


18484 


17883 


11^528 


18299 


11860 


11896 






SPECIFIED CAUSES - 


219127 


213349 


81857 


80061 


18211 


17681 


18180 


12868 


U499 


nm. 






(CLA88B8.) 
























I. 


ZYMOTIC DISEASES - 


08218 


53427 


8533 


8801 


4420 


440i 


2900 


2961 


2681 


2190 




II. 


CONSTITUTIONAL ,. - 


38185 


48653 


6497 


6124 


3355 


8891 


2347 


2786 


2189 


2K9 




lU. 


LOCAL ,. - 


841S0 


75506 


1)753 


11181 


7001 


6288 


4940 


4463 


8870 


8388 




IV. 


DEVELOPMENTAL » - 


8Sa09 


36899 


8203 


8798 


2667 


2869 


2471 


2580 


2154 


2412 




V. 


VIOLENT DEATHS - 


10785 


8864 


1871 


677 


768 


275 


872 


193 


440 


154 






(OSDEftS.) 
























L 




£0965 


51834 


7846 


7782 


4139 


4189 


2714 


2880 


2477 


vm 






2. ENTHxno „ 


744 


529 


200 


146 


60 


07 


84 


11 


27 


11 






8. Disnc o 


1415 


886 


405 


350 


101 


86 


80 


00 


78 


01 






4. PAEASITIO n 


OH 


678 


83 


73 


65 


72 


67 


70 


109 


85 




U. 


1. DIATHBTIO „ 


6131 


10602 


752 


1408 


091 


1000 


450 


674 


401 


846 






2. TUBZaCCLAB ,♦ - 
1. DlSBASBS OP NXKYOCf 

System - 


82004 


38851 


0740 


4721 


2764 


2885 


1792 


2112 


1788 


198S 




III. 


28047 


25484 


8504 


8152 


2279 


2106 


1576 


1429 


1196 


1176 






8. „ Oboaks op 

ClBGULATXOir - 


8506 


8625 


1352 


1372 


883 


838 


078 


070 


407 


438 






3. „ BK8PIRAT0RT 

Oboani - 


82196 


27657 


4690 


• 

4008 


2402 


soir 


1812 


1001 


1454 


1210 






4. „ Digestive Ob- 
oaks - - - 


0750 


10082 


1198 


1471 


928 


924 


695 


679 


488 


007 






0« „ Ubinabt Ob- 

OANS - - - 


3S71 


1365 


069 


272 


881 


140 


209 


88 


224 


«S 






6. „ Orgams op 
Genebation - 


44 


1155 


8 


222 


3 


103 


8 


66 


2 


63 






7. ,1 Organs op 
LoooMonoM - 


692 


096 


109 


n 


00 


40 


80 


36 


24 


80 






a. „ iNTEGUIfEH- 
TABT SXSTBM - 

1. Congenital Malpor- 

MATIONS AND DeT. 

Diseases opChiloben 


572 


085 


128 


118 


70 


69 


87 


44 


S5 


20 




IV. 


6849 


0451 


1008 


881 


069 


480 


612 


408 


831 


281 






2. Dev.Dueasxs, Adults 


- 


2814 




275 




192 


- 


142 


- 


110 






3. w Old People 


11422 


10682 


8U 


1497 


1068 


1814 


881 


1105 


881 


1087 






4. Diseases OP NcTBiTiON 

L Accident ob Nboli- 
OBNCE - - - - 


14538 


13452 


1388 


1195 


1030 


983 


1078 


925 


1188 


964 




V. 


9656 


8401 


1144 


i 

001 


601 


228 


006 


172 


883 


128 






3. HoinciDB . . - 


194 


344 


46 


04 


11 


16 


6 


4 


- 


2 






4. Suicide- - - - 


929 


819 


180 


72 


106 


81 


60 


17 


47 


28 






6. Execution - - - 


7 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 


- 


- 






Violent Dbatbs not 
CLASSED - . - - 


.• 


- 


. 


_ 


• 


1. 


- 


. 


_ 


- 






1680 


1191 


122 


98 


80 


00 


157 


124 


149 


8» 






SUDDBK DeATBS, CAUSE 

umascebtained - 






1 


2819 


2665 


98 


104 


188 


147 


288 


192 


212 


SOS 




1 Causes mot spscipixd - 





Gitues of Death, 1859. 



187 





EiQijufD, and 


in each of the Eleven Ditisioms, in the Tear 1859. 












V. 

SocraWmnir. 


VI. 


VII. 

KO&TH MiDLAHD. 


VIII. 
KO&TH WSSTKEH. 


IX. 
Yo»KSBimx. 


X. 

NO&THXBN. 


XI. 

MOVMOUTBtHimB 
AMD WAUi. 




XilM. AmalM. 


Mate. 


FeoulM. 


H«l«. 


FonuJet. 


Males. 


Females. 


MiJm. 


Females. 


Hales. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 




UIH 


19098 


SB490 


87816 


14778 


14605 


84821 


88879 


88716 


88799 


18650 


19902 


14674 


14105 




1MS5 


1882S 


S78M 


80740 


14S16 


14884 


84811 


83450 


83348 


82464 


18404 


12005 


14089 


18584 




Ml 


am 


7007 


7080 


8714 


8958 


8061 


8129 


5888 


5954 


2806 


2856 


8174 


89U 




SStf 


ms 


4087 


4898 


8910 


8797 


5748 


6806 


3677 


4394 


2206 


9533 


9558 


9851 




MB 


ASM 


10081 


9690 


5566 


4708 


14004 


12731 


0S84 


8887 


4447 


4070 


5946 


4485 




sm 


41A 


4898 


4698 


8486 


2684 


4509 


5062 


8874 


8451 


9070 


8389 


9086 


1818 




w 


SOS 


1461 


516 


500 


887 


1875 


700 


970 


878 


785 


905 


988 


994 




mi 


9888 


0707 


6838 


8585 


8858 


7681 


7870 


5678 


5788 


9674 


9779 


8000 


8148 




« 


44 


98 


49 


88 


33 


180 


99 


58 


87 


89 


V 


22 


85 




n 


88 


1S4 


76 


68 


84 


SU 


105 


98 


48 


89 


86 


45 


17 




St 


88 


88 


79 


67 


48 


59 


55 


75 


85 


18 


94 


17 


96 




m 


U85 


785 


1889 


481 


668 


743 


1280 


517 


978 


860 


550 


877 


694 




IV 


S780 


8S8S 


9608 


1779 


8184 


5000 


5522 


3100 


8481 


1986 


1968 


2181 


9227 




sw 


1814 


9488 


9959 


8148 


1775 


4886 


4225 


8866 


8856 


1518 


1871 


9499 


8186 




m 


8S8 


lOM 


1085 


578 


654 


1145 


1958 


820 


839 


548 


475 


998 


848 




MM 


SS74 


4879 


8900 


1906 


1588 


5096 


5131 


8210 


8778 


1587 


1407 


1765 


1854 




fU 


87S 


1S47 


1858 


688 


608 


1464 


1591 


1062 


1098 


578 


688 


559 


461 




3V 


lis 


397 


179 


281 


78 


881 


185 


884 


105 


188 


64 


145 


56 




1 


101 


8 


140 


8 


90 


8 


151 


5 


106 


8 


60 




45 




« 


54 


79 


61 


46 


47 


120 


120 


96 


68 


55 


41 


86 


85 




M 


4S 


40 


48 


47 


89 


74 


TO 


42 


49 


80 


19 


91 


86 




m 


888 


7M 


581 


455 


808 


1851 


1041 


888 


615 


444 


872 


154 


188 




- 


SOS 


- 


965 


- 


151 


- 


890 


- 


840 


- 


184 


- 


818 




vm 


SQ51 


1510 


1958 


1008 


1869 


1181 


1614 


1117 


1871 


647 


918 


1099 


1496 




vn 


mo 


9074 


1898 


979 


871 


8127 


2087 


1268 


1825 


079 


990 


910 


970 




m 


xn 


1968 


476 


518 


810 


1686 


681 


866 


840 


748 


181 


998 


806 




IS 


5 


81 


16 


4 


8 


52 


23 


22 


5 


8 


9 


19 


8 




74 


n 


86 


25 


78 


85 


156 


46 


82 


88 


88 


15 


88 


10 




1 




1 


: 


8 


: 


1 






: 


1 










19I 


im 


169 


189 


US 


78 


806 


258 


102 


50 


78 


47 


155 


06 




SS 


m 


407 


444 


150 


148 


805 


871 


806 


976 


;77 


150 


487 


475 



Causa of Dtath, 1859. 
DEATHS of MbIm and Femalei from dUhmt CsiiHt ngbttnd in 







BKOLAMD. 




DON. 


II. 
Bmits Eumir. 


So„.Mm,„ 


.."™ 




Clw 


CAUSES OF DE&TH. 


























UWca. 


IWuta. 


ll>la. 


Famita 


UllH. 


r™w. 


H.l~ 


r-ui-. 


^" 


rwta. 






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^ 


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IM 


i 


1 


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BM 


ITS 


ra 


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EiroLAXik, tnd In «aeh of the Eleven Ditiuoks, in the Year 1859— conhnti^cf. 



139 





T. 

SOtmWBSTXBX. 


VI. 
WuT Midland. 


vn. 

KOETB MlDI.Ain>. 


VIII. 
(^orthWestsrn. 


IX. 
TORESniRlt. 


X. 
NOBTHBBN. 


XI. 
MOMMOUTBSH. 

AND Walks. 




Males. 


r— ta. 


Males. ] 


Pemeles. 


Males. 


Pemsles. 


Males. ] 


Pemales. 


Males. Females. 


Males. ] 


Pemales. 


Males. 1 


Females. 




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ses 


79 


68 


128 


100 


197 


803 


190 


143 


144 


160 


164 


164 




414 


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1185 


964 


486 


488 


605 


568 


384 


867 


909 


289 


SOS 


880 




ne 


708 


186S 


1873 


585 


638 


1870 


1857 


1583 


1542 


406 


435 


787 


865 




tn 


41S 


586 


719 


640 


708 


326 


350 


606 


686 


967 


265 


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186 


166 


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571 


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186 


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516 


613 


970 


834 


no 


898 


809 


887 


901 


287 


880 


956 




ttS 


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857 


936 


458 


559 


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617 


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180 


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4SS 


490 


477 


227 


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442 


479 


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176 


169 


164 




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564 


589 


255 


979 


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590 


428 


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273 


278 




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1299 


1380 


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9857 


9979 


9462 


1855 


709 


619 


1749 


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884 


280 


166 


99 


829 


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140 


108 


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979 


1088 


536 


585 


10G8 


1100 


772 


801 


497 


446 


987 


880 




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86 


81 


86 


47 


88 


101 


60 


96 


87 


94 


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98 


91 




sts 


888 


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1619 


008 


555 


2741 


9691 


1276 


1911 


571 


681 


595 


487 




51 


44 


68 


65 


25 


14 


78 


55 


40 


42 


28 


17 


86 


91 




nrs 


846 


9818 


1779 


968 


736 


2840 


1826 


3271 


108O 


784 


571 


758 


506 




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188 


858 


219 


111 


81 


4»2 


871 


309 


906 


138 


97 


967 


168 




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147 


846 


166 


199 


109 


174 


189 


216 


146 


57 


58 


81 


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89 


02 


19 


14 


68 


109 


41 


68 


23 


80 


91 


90 




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181 


S74 


955 


108 


86 


995 


297 


208 


188 


159 


189 


Ul 


97 




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81 


66 


109 


48 


59 


99 


180 


81 


84 


82 


54 


47 


41 




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sr 


81 


58 


10 


17 


89 


68 


84 


67 


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94 


18 


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87 


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58 


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52 


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16 


8 


7 


15 


14 


7 


10 


9 


9 


9 


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80 


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10 


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15 


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188 


161 


184 


106 


107 


186 


212 


131 


120 


69 


96 


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79 


104 


48 


85 


141 


178 


104 


m-, 


48 


49 


43 


36 




61 


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74 


62 


44 


30 


79 


56 


76 


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93 


24 


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979 


946 


150 


144 


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221 


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140 



Causes ofDeatli, 1859. 
D£ATHS of Males and Females from different Caoses registered in 



Class. 


• 

CAUSES OF DEATH. 


ENGLAND. 


I. 
London. 


II. 

South Eastsbh. 


lU. 

South Hidlamd. 


IT. 
EAfTEBM. 






Hales. 


Females. 


Hales. 


Females. 


Hales. 


Females. 


Hales. 


Females. 


Hales. FemalM. 






Oboeb ft. 

1 Kephfitis - - - - 
8 IsehuriA - - - - 
8 Nephrin - - - - - 
4Dlabete8 - - - - 
8 Stone - - - - - 
eCyititis ----- 

7 Kidneif Diteaee^ ^e. - - 

ObdkbS. 

1 Orarian Dropsy - - - 

3 Vtenu Diaeaee^^e, - - 

Obdbb 7. 

1 Arthritis . . - . 

5 JobU IHeeaee, ^c • - 

Obdbb 8. 

1 Phlepnoo - - - - 
s mSt - - - - - 
» SUnDteum,^ - - 

Obdbb 1. 

1 Prenoataie Birth - - 
f Cyanoils - - - - - 

8 Spina Bifida- - . - 

8 Teething - . . - 

Obdbb S. 

1 Paramenia - . - 

9 Childhirth (MS Metria) - 

Obdbb 8. 
lOMAge - - - - 

Obdbb 4. 
1 Atrophy and Del>ilit7 - 

Obdbb 1. 

( AcoioBVT or Nbouobmcb.) 

1 Fraetnres and (}ontasioos 
9 Uonsbot - - - - 
8 Cut, Sub - - - - 

4 Boms and Soalds - - 
8 Poison - - - - - 
8 Drowning - - - - 

7 Bnflbcation - - - - 

8 Otherwise - - - - 

Obdbb 8. 

(HOMICtDB.) 

1 Harder and MansUraghter 

Obdbb 4. 

(Suicide.) 

1 Onnshot Wounds - - 
f Cot, Stab - - - - 
8 Poison - - - - - 
4 Drowning - - - - 

6 Hanging- - - - - 
SOtherwise - - - - 

Obdbb 6. 

(EZECUnOH.) 

Other Tiolent Deaths (not 
elassed). . - . - 

Sodden Deaths (Cause on- 
asoertained) - _ - - 

Csnses not speeifled or 01- 
deflned - - - - - 


178 
81 
781 
827 
181 
S27 
1616 


irw 

23 

497 

168 

10 

49 

628 


96 

10 
199 
86 
38 
23 
240 


17 

1 

184 

16 

4 

6 

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91 
12 
88 
99 

90 

81 

186 


8 

6 

67 

17 

1 

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48 


6 

11 
88 

16 

4 

14 

197 


4 

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7 

1 

8 

44 


8 

9 
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95 
19 
18 
119 


7 

90 
18 

4 
48 






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878 


8 


67 
165 


8 


90 
88 


8 


21 
45 


9 


17 
46 






44 

648 


87 
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7 
108 


9 
69 


8 
47 


6 
86 


80 


4 
38 


1 
98 


I 
99 






986 
174 
149 


910 
190 
185 


59 
84 
80 


60 
81 
92 


S6 
16 
90 


99 

90 
90 


11 

90 

6 


16 
17 
19 


8 


6 
9 
5 




IT. 


4918 
984 

174 

988 

1986 


■ 

8904 
169 
182 
161 

1745 


601 
63 

91 
87 

891 


406 
49 
91 
88 

883 


861 
89 
16 
80 

180 


974 

93 
13 
99 

98 


886 

16 
10 
16 

87 


978 
11 
15 
14 
90 


941 

11 

8 

18 

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9 

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48 






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66 
2968 


- 


19 
966 


- 


9 

190 


- 


6 

186 


- 


5 
106 






11499 


16882 


8U 


1497 


1068 


1814 


881 


1105 


881 


1987 






14888 


1B452 


1889 


1195 


1035 


988 


1078 


985 


1U9 


964 




V. 


4099 
99 

86 

:i4S6 

176 

9U88 

669 

840 


790 

6 

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1642 

104 

406 

883 

162 


488 
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946 
166 

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166 
1 

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188 
90 
85 

199 
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186 
86 
41 


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98 
14 


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6 

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71 

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101 

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86 


86 

69 
9 
34 
14 
10 


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8 

9 

48 

6 

190 

16 

64 


92 

1 
1 
84 
8 
10 
16 
19 






194 


144 


46 


64 


11 


16 


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116 
440 

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100 

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6 


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199 
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193 


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106 





Causes of Deaths 1859. 
EsfOLJum, and in each of the Elbtbx Divisions, in the Tear 1859 — continued. 



141 





T. 


TI. 


VII. 


VIII. 


IX. 


X. 


XI. 




SOVTHWaRSaH. 


WuT Midland. 


NOSTH MlDLAMD. 


SovtBWnmv. 


TO&KIHUIB. 


NOSTHESH. 


MONXODTHaH. 

AND Walks. 




M^ 


ft—. 


IfaOw. 


F«mal«. 


Maim, 


FeoMleB. 


Malm, 


Females. 


Make. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. Females. 




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13 


18 


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19 


7 


16 


10 


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87 


108 


70 


87 


14 


99 


64 


58 


81 


85 


37 


35 


19 




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30 


16 


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14 


57 


27 


89 


13 


38 


10 


11 


8 




14 


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17 


m. 


19 


1 


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9 


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18 


s 


94 


6 


9 


. 


80 


12 


80 


4 


91 


8 


18 


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181 


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116 


85 


154 


66 


159 


88 


73 


31 


66 


35 






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84 




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26 




25 




15 




. 9 




1 


T4 


8 


llfi 


8 


74 


8 


1S5 


5 


80 


8 


45 


- 


88 




4 


8 


8 


1 


S 


3 


9 


9 


8 


6 


4 


8 




1 




44 


n 


79 


00 


41 


4S 


111 


111 


87 


62 


51 


88 


36 


34 




IS 


11 


S8 


10 


S8 


SO 


S9 


'SO 


S3 


17 


11 


7 


6 


6 




ss 


u 


14 


IS 


9 


10 


17 


28 


16 


34 


7 


9 


9 


13 




14 


17 


f 


18 


10 


9 


S8 


18 


8 


8 


18 


8 


6 


8 






seo 


494 


878 


S9l 


SSS 


741 


563 


508 


885 


SB8 


SIS 


65 


48 




IS 


10 


SS 


18 


IS 


5 


81 


Stt 


15 


18 


9 


9 


4 


1 




14 


11 


14 


17 


7 


8 


87 


42 


39 


19 


13 


94 


19 


5 




SS 


13 


SS 


11 


11 


18 


99 


9 


83 


18 


14 


6 


S 


7 




ISO 


lis 


ISS 


1S7 


188 


186 


418 


40S 


386 


186 


146 


131 


71 


SS 






8 




1 




4 




11 




3 




1 




1 




- 


190 


- 


S64 


- 


147 


.« 


879 


- 


387 


- 


ISS 


— 


SIS 




lasr 


son 


1510 


1968 


lOOS 


1S09 


1181 


1614 


1117 


1S71 


647 


913 


1033 


1408 




IJBO 


ISIO 


S074 


1808 


979 


871 


S1S7 


9037 


1368 


1325 


979 


990 


910 


979 




4flS 


68 


sss 


101 


SS9 


48 


8S7 


148 


416 


87 


448 


87 


501 


88 




U 


s 


IS 




8 


. 


10 


— 


6 


— 


5 


• 


6 


1 




« 


1 


8 


1 


5 


.. 


4 


4 


4 


3 


8 


1 


.. 


— 




m 


1S8 


SSS 


SSI 


91 


96 


S80 


385 


178 


178 


83 


79 


138 


103 




14 


s 


17 


9 


SS 


17 


80 


19 


88 


7 


6 


9 


4 


8 




sw 


8S 


S47 


85 


78 


88 


858 


67 


153 


40 


180 


13 


341 


47 




a 


S7 


n 


46 


17 


IS 


90 


74 


S4 


17 


87 


13 


16 


9 




» 


14 


6S 


IS 


SS 


9 


67 


99 


58 


15 


87 


9 


SS 


S 




u 


S 


SI 


M 


4 


S 


52 


38 


SS 


5 


8 





13 


8 




s 




8 




S 




S 




5 














IS 


4 


SI 




10 


8 


40 


4 


18 


9 


S 


4 


8 


1 




1 


S 


s 




11 


5 


5 


6 


6 


3 


3 


S 


3 


1 




« 


T 


10 




s 


7 


SO 


16 


19 


IS 


1 


3 


5 


S 




ss 


8 


48 




4S 


10 


84 


19 


88 


8 


SI 


S 


14 


5 




r 


1 


S 




1 


- 


5 


1 


1 


1 


8 


- 


4 


1 




1 




1 




s 




1 








1 










»8 


• 

MO 


MS 


1S9 


lis 


78 


SQ6 


SSB 


103 


59 


78 


47 


155 


06 




380 


SOS 


487 


444 


150 


148 


808 


371 


806 


376 


177 


150 


487 


475 



142 



Causes of Death, 1859. 



DEATHS of MALES from different Causes registered in each of the BBaiSTRATKW CoinmBt 

in the Tear 1859. 



Clau. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

v. 

I. 



n. 



III. 



IV. 



V. 



MALES. 



DiTUIOK I. 
LONOOK. 



» 



QQ 






Bvhnon IL 

SOUTB EAfTlSN COUHTIIS. 



00 



ee 



ALL CAUSES - - 
SPECITIED CAUSES 



(CLAmn.) 
ZYMOTIC DISEASES 

CONSTITUTIONAL „ 

LOCAL „ 

DEVELOPMENTAL „ 

VIOLENT DEATHS 



(Oaons.) 
1. Miasmatic Dubabb 

S. EiTTBvno M 

8. DlKTlO „ 

4. Pabasitio „ 

X. DiATKBTIO t» 

S. TUBBBCOLAK «, 



1. DlfBAKS OP NKBTOm 
STtTBM 



2. 
3. 
4. 

8. 
6. 
7 
8. 



„ Oboani of 

ClBCULATION - 



u 



BBirtBATOBT 

Oboams - 



„ Diobbtitb Ob- 

OAMV 

„ Ubinabt Ob- 

«AM«- 

„ Oboaih of 
Qbnbbatioh - 

„ OBOAMt op 

Locomotion - 
„ iktbgdmbh- 

TABT STSTBM - 



6S04 
4787 



8984 
985 



5779 

146 

884 

69 



189 

4905 



1. COHOBiriTAL MALPOB- 
MATIONI AMD DMY. 

DlSBAm opChildbbii 
9. DBT.DuBAfiB, Adults 
8. M Old Pboplb 
4. DubaibsofNotbition 

L AOCIDBMT OB NBQLI- 
OBNOB - - - - 

8. HOMIOIDB - - - 

4. SUIOIDB - - - 

5. SZBCUnON - - - 



^4M 

948 

8548 

887 

409 

8 

81 

08 



6561 
6510 



1668 

1812 

9645 

861 

8»i 



1535 
48 
68 
98 



158 
1188 



789 



574 
968 



TlOLBST DBATBf MOT 
CLAMBD - - - - 



Sdddbm Dbatbs, Cause 
umascbbtaimbd - 



CAusBi MOT sraotPUD - 
( c ow U mi tJ ol j|cw« 148.) 



778 

888 

ICMl 

889 

185 

2 

95 

99 



2177 
2155 



571 
418 
816 
258 
98 



589 

12 

18 

7 



81 
857 



918 



155 
293 



805 

87 

142 



90 



87 



259 

6 

29 



270 
198 
808 

88 
89 



2366 

2896 



545 
409 
988 
828 
HI 



508 

10 

21 

6 



75 
884 



68 



88 
106 



20 



81 



80 
8 
9 



802 
116 
825 
199 
49 



5668 

5576 



1455 

085 

2065 

8S9 
942 



1872 
16 
48 
24 



180 
835 



5 
18 



93 



129 
101 



694 

248 

689 

958 

199 

9 

29 

18 



8785 
3694 



927 
717 
1870 
533 
147 



868 
14 
81 
14 



§ 

n 



DnriiiOM IIX. 
Boura Midland Coumtiis. 




4677 
4616 



1082 
849 

1796 
699 

190 



1014 
17 
87 
14 



140 
577 



459 
173 
412 
218 
8i 



18 



148 
701 



586 



9088 
1909 



4U 
895 
882 
283 
78 



877 

8 

19 

r 



78 
817 



1848 
1828 



404 
848 
787 
241 
98 



878 

5 

12 

9 



48 
300 



1742 
1701 



844 
981 
681 
8U 
84 



O 



1578 
1496 



806 
955 
564 

810 



817 

4 

14 

9 



88 
228 



695 

904 

81 

1 

18 
17 



168 



19 



10 



87 

1 

28 



11 



29 



890 
84o 



196 

4 

49 



186 



907 
190 



127 
4 

16 



120 



237 
992 



938 
92 

841 

U4 

40 



57 



290 

85 

919 

109 

r 

1 
8 
5 



45 



905 

88 

985 

U4 
86 



977 

4 

16 

11 



58 

902 



1800 
1742 



864 
806 
641 
352 
79 



848 

4 
9 
8 



n 

935 



9618 
9517 



684 
887 
918 
486 
94 



601 
7 

10 
16 



171 

2 

17 



22 



70 



17 



94 



16 



45 



120 
106 



70 



8 



98 
108 



81 

1 
16 



19 



20 



8 



80 



129 
122 



77 



184 

50 

914 

84 

97 

1 

9 

2 



48 



192 
140 



12 



17 29 



175 

96 

247 

88 

94 

1 

4 

7 



lot 

285 



819 
588 



189 
lU 
909 

108 



195 
1 
5 
1 



1407 
1878 



897 
919 
881 
969 
89 



88 



819 

08 

888 

107 
87 



51 



84 
80 
18 



8U 
4 
5 
6 



41 
178 



1S80 



840 
«1 



158 
89 

196 
78 

n 



78 

S8S 

8 
14 
U 

m 

981 



194 
88 



88 



188 
156 



115 



189 
908 



47 69 



19 



88 



89 



10 



81 



97 



48 



88 
80 



7 
9 



87 



78 
184 



8 
8 



84 



1 

5 



44 



52 



2 



48 
4 
9 



11 



18 



119 
901 



79 



18 



Causes of Deaths 1859. 



143 



DEATHS of FEMALES from different Causes registered in each of the Bbgibtbation Couktixs 

in the Tear 1859. 



OAUBBS OF DEATH. 



FEMALES. 



DlTIlXON I. 
LOVDOH. 



i 
I 



1 



DiTUION II. 

South EAsrsftir Codhtixs. 



n. 
in. 

IT. 
T. 



m. 



IT. 



T. 



ALL CAUSED- - 
SPECIFIED 0ATJSE3 



(CLAMM.) 
ZTMOnO DISEASES 

CONSTITUTIONAL „ 

LOCAL 

DSTEL0PME2rrAL 

TIOLENT DEATHS 



>« 



(Obdos.) 
1. JflAmATlO DinuBM - 

& EnTHsno n 

s. Dnno „ 

4. Tamamttio « 

1. DxAnxno ^ 

t. TUBKBCDLAB „ 

1. DnxAsu OF Nnyoui 



t» 



M 



r. 



Omavb or 
CimocukTioir - 

RllPtmATO»T 
OlOAIIt - - 

DioBsmrt 
OmoAMt .. 

UmnfABT Ob- 

OAM 

OlOANl OP 

QmmATioir - 

OMAWfl Of 

LOOOMOnOM - 

IWTBOITMlir- 

TABT STrntx - 



1. COVOBinTA& Ma&pob- 
MATiom Ain> Dkt. 

DUSAAIt or CHXLDmSH 
& DbT. DUBAOi, ASULTf 

S. N Ou> Fboflb - 

A. DlfBAntOPKOTEITIOir 

L Accnmrr om Naou- 
«moa - - . . 

t. HoMieiDi - • . 

4. BincoB • « . 

5. EXBCVnOM - « . 

TvLBirr Dbathb, «ot 



2ns4 

S9148 



6134 
4M8 
8281 
2717 
fflS 



105 
165 

51 



1049 
84M 



SmtDMu Dbatbb, Caoib 

intABCBBTAIBBD - 



Cadbib Hot ■pbciiisd - 
Umtl mm dj Mpag4l4$,} 



1857 

904 

8809 

1006 

211 

176 

4T 

80 



6116 
6148 



1647 

1114 

»46 

801 

185 



86 

70 
17 



188 

061 



500 

180 

1068 

866 



417 
40 
51 



74 



87 



708 
806 



51 



IS 

IS 



184 

70 

807 

140 



116 

8 

17 



18 



60 



1818 
1706 



510 
867 
604 
280 
14 



494 

6 

15 

5 



n 



187 
91 

tn 

83 


10 
6 
7 



1884 

ISO! 



588 

488 

862 

825 

44 



580 

11 

14 





lie 



179 
106 



48 

16 

117 

80 



10 

1 
8 



11 



120 

17 

14 

6 

15 



66 

28 

150 

81 



5148 
6184 



1884 

1077 

1701 

Oil 

70 



1176 
16 
10 
18 



170 
807 



157 



648 



254 



41 



85 



16 



10 



84 

4 
6 



188 

54 

417 

198 



8785 
8706 



976 

917 

1214 

517 

64 



941 

9 

15 

10 



670 



886 



178 



875 



HI 



18 



10 



00 
88 



S 



4411 
4866 



1086 
068 

1560 
780 



966 
15 
17 
18 



147 
711 



560 



105 



521 



214 



88 



18 



1145 

iin 



475 
444 

791 

876 

84 



446 

6 

11 

U 



116 
816 



146 



97 



DimioK m. 
South MioLAirD Couifrxxa. 




S 



•a 

I 



1799 
1784 



429 
855 

656 

806 

86 



411 
1 
9 
7 



88 
272 



115 



11 



172 



92 
54 

340 
944 



58 

2 

10 



15 



49 



54 
1 

8 



11 



15 



51 
5 
7 



U 



48 



18 



44 

B 

165 

144 



81 
8 



10 



14 



88 



197 



105 



10 



16 



48 

17 

150 

08 



1666 
1646 



888 
854 

602 

827 

80 



814 
1 
9 




105 
140 



114 



76 



188 



81 



10 



1601 
1547 



294 
864 
589 
881 

18 



176 

1 

5 

11 



98 

171 



1775 
1711 



804 
885 

577 
877 



841 

8 
8 
1 



84 
801 



1646 
2570 



562 
588 



760 
476 
888 

467 
20 



714 

8 

7 

26 



HO 
856 



167 



67 



181 



01 



10 



41 

10 
150 
U6 



85 

1 



U 



11 



51 

IB 

147 

116 



15 
2 

1 



16 



161 



77 



U 



10 



8 



65 

17 
176 
120 



81 



281 



94 



119 



16 



U 



9 



89 

17 

178 

178 



» 



119 

110 

189 

90 

6 



HI 

4 

8 



01 



64 



14 



69 



4 

48 



47 » 



1469 
1448 



818 
847 
486 

281 
16 



818 

1 
8 



74 
278 



1780 
1784 



144 



65 



160 



98 



8 



8 



17 

17 

107 

100 



14 

1 
1 



14 



854 
885 

676 



80 

887 
2 
6 


86 
200 

160 
70 

217 
84 
10 
11 



8 

48 

18 

154 

164 



17 



14 



144 



Causes ofDeai/i, 1859. 



DEATHS of MALES from different Causes registered in each of the Rbqistiutiok Couktiss 

in the Year 1859 — continued. 















MALES 


k 














Division IV. 




Division V. 




■ 


Division VI 


• 




CAUSES OF IJEATH. 


Eastbbk Countixs. 




Wht Midland Cocnmxs. 


Clan. 
















• 


• 


• 






. 


• 






• 


• 


1 


S 


• 


• 


• 

1 


1 


1 


n 


• 


• 

1 

OQ 


1 


1 






S 


:i 




• 


S 


fH - 


s' 


• 

53 


Si 


• 


i 


• 


li 


• 




ALL CAUSES - - - 


8964 


8418 


4458 


9405 


1858 


6141 


8698 


4818 


4555 


1190 


8717 


10091 


8848 


6584 




SPECIFIED CAUSES - 


3806 


8891 


4988 


8467 


1800 


6061 


8550 


4678 


4486 


Ull 


2610 


990 


8980 


6488 




(CLA88B8.) 




























I. 


ZTHOTIG DISEASES - 


971 


700 


1020 


500 


437 


1436 


668 


049 


079 


918 


450 


9725 


886 


1806 


n. 


CONSTITUTIONAL „ - 


786 


641 


768 


489 


815 


1150 


685 


748 


767 


182 


41V 


1878 


408 


VOi 


in. 


LOCAL „ - 


1375 


1163 


1837 


081 


618 


8203 


1138 


1903 


1807 


418 


nil 


8009 


1849 


2388 


IT. 


DEVELOPMENTAL,, - 


675 


688 


007 


406 


845 


002 


818 


838 


680 


250 


488 


1300 


581 


1000 


V. 


VIOLENT DEATHS - 


130 


185 


166 


140 


90 


871 


245 


989 


910 


49 


150 


688 


165 


984 




(0SDK»8.) 




























I. 


1. Miasmatic DusAfu - 


018 


659 


907 


488 


416 


1864 


6M) 


881 


919 


206 


484 


8885 


798 
9 


1788 









9 


9 


5 


9 


84 


8 


18 


18 


9 


8 


88 


98 




8. Disno „ 


96 


90 


39 


18 


18 


18 


10 


26 


96 


8 


8 


87 


19 


81 




4. Pakaiitio „ 


18 


10 


79 


8 


- 


80 


15 


14 


9 


8 


5 


81 


15 


U 


II. 


156 


115 


180 


05 


78 


874 


96 


177 


189 


50 


86 


887 


94 


170 




8. TOBKftCULAft „ 

1. DitiAan oi^ NKKTOUt 


580 


596 


689 


884 


837 


8R5 


590 


578 


698 


188 


895 


1086 


815 


888 


m. 








\ 
























STfTXX 


440 


383 


498 


800 


179 


686 


831 


554 


568 


187 


880 


1841 


414 


«8t 




S. „ OBOAN8 OF 
































CiBCCi^noN - 


150 


149 


165 


188 


50 


949 


115 


258 


197 


46 


99 


816 


148 


SM 




8. M KBirUATOBT 
































Oboans - 


549 


448 


464 


854 


967 


898 


488 


748 


794 


158 


484 


1740 


881 


lOSfL 




4. „ DiosriteOb- 




















m 


' 










OANI 


168 


155 


170 


186 


76 


978 


174 


947 


818 


47 


187 


871 


185 


289 




ff, „ Ubinabt Ob- 
































OAKS 


57 


71 


96 


88 


84 


118 


60 


88 


85 


88 


80 


104 


51 


ts 




6. M OBOAK0 OF 
































Gbkbbatiom - 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


9 


- 


9 


— 


8 


1 




7. n OBOAM8 OF 
































LoooKonoK - 





6 


9 


7 


9 


94 


7 


8 


16 


5 


6 


94 


8 


10 




8. M IVTBOCICBir- 
































TABT STITBK - 
1. COKOBHITAL MALPOB- 





7 


8 


5 


5 


16 


18 


15 


8 


1 


5 


18 


9 


18 


IV. 
































MATIOm AMD DbV. 
































Dubaiu op Coildbbm. 


108 


119 


119 


64 


51 


140 


108 


196 


101 


19 


87 


808 


88 


m 




S. DBT.DisBAf If, Adults 


- . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


•» 


- 


- 




8. „ Old Pboflb 


258 


946 


377 


185 


150 


407 


944 


868 


960 


140 


265 


888 


186 


981 




4. DISSASBS or NUTBITION 

1. AcciDEirT om 'Seqix- 


814 


394 


501 


150 


185 


445 


4n 


850 


810 


91 


186 


707 


859 


am 


V. 
































OBMOB - - - - 


125 


115 


158 


187 


84 


237 


881 


919 


176 


49 


140 


586 


189 


988 




8. HomciDB - - - 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


8 


8 


5 


6 


- 


9 


8 


4 


1 




4. SinciDB - - - 


14 


90 


18 


18 


6 


81 


U 


14 


98 


- 


8 


17 


9 


S« 




6, EZBOOTIOM - - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 




VlOLlKT DBATHS HOT 
































<«tASfFT> - . - - 


- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


•" 


— 


~ 


~ 


- 


"• 


~" 


^ 


"• 




SUDDBM DBATBS, CAUII 
































CMASCBBTAnrBD - 


44 


59 


58 


19 


10 


81 


06 


90 


46 


90 


81 


55 


10 


8 




CaDSBS KOT iPBOXPIBD - 


44 


45 


198 





48 


50 


78 


45 


74 


00 


76 


107 


88 


96 




(comlMMd «f JMpt 150.) 




f 



























Causes of Deaths 1859. 



145 



DSATHS of FEMALES from different Caiues registered in each of the Rboistbation Cotjhtiss 

in the Tear 1859 — continued. 







FEMALES. 




DivifioN rv. 




DiYisioif V. 




DiTisioN yi. 




CACrSBB OF DEATH. 


EAtTBBN COUMTIBl. 


South Wbitbbm Couhtos. 1 


Wbst Midland Gourruf . 


^ 
















■ 


• 


• 

9 




• 


• 


• 








• 


• 

1 


• 


• 


1 


1 


1 


1 




• 

1 


1 


1 


1 






• 


3 


2 


1 

• 

5; 


^ 


a 


1 


• 

S3 


5 


1 


S 


CO 

• 

3) 


8$ 






ALL CAUSES - - - 


S765 


8414 


4519 


9514 


1919 


6144 


8683 


4888 


4767 


1188 


9664 


9386 


8169 


6847 




SPECIFIED CAUSES - 


8703 


8889 


4859 


9479 


1861 


6046 


8500 


4781 


4657 


1065 


9560 


9108 


8096 


6960 


1. 


(Clamzs.) 
ZTMOTIC DISEASES - 


958 


800 


1009 


809 


481 


1494 


669 


079 


960 


800 


501 


9780 


880 


1781 


IL 


CONSTITUnONAL , - 


888 


818 


960 


506 


407 


1887 


781 


994 


979 


985 


551 


1588 


588 


1078 


m. 


LOCAL , - 


1188 


1085 


1268 


969 


589 


1969 


1011 


1799 


1804 


834 


929 


8858 


1191 


2179 


rr. 


DEYELOPMENTAL « - 


685 


689 


1055 


468 


419 


1956 


1007 


1014 


837 


279 


588 


1427 


555 


1078 


V. 


TIOLENT DEATHS - 


44 


56 


54 


46 


89 


87 


48 


99 


77 


15 


51 


171 


48 


154 


I. 


(OBSKBfl.) 
1. HtAlMATIC DnxAtss - 


891 


859 


993 


490 


407 


1874 


688 


S87 


929 


206 


488 


8674 


604 


1728 




S. Ekthbtic b 


4 


4 


8 


4 


8 


18 


5 


9 


10 


1 


4 


15 


7 


19 




9w Diino M 


19 


11 


21 


4 


8 


9 


8 


9 


14 




6 


90 


18 


98 




4. PAftiknno „ 


14 


16 


55 


4 


8 


98 


91 


17 


7 


9 


9 


81 


15 


18 


n. 


199 


185 


969 


144 


135 


891 


908 


819 


278 


85 


151 


865 


186 


974 




L Duu^ns or Nsetoui 
STmii - 


884 


681 


718 


888 


879 


986 


578 


618 


701 


150 


400 
389 


1157 


896 


799 


m. 


419 


SS9 


489 


280 


178 


620 


858 


488 


541 


96 


U18 


889 


544 




%. M Oboani or 

daCUIaATIOK - 


140 


149 


151 


178 


65 


989 


126 


963 


881 


49 


95 


290 


158 


271 




a. „ BxtpnuTomT 

OBOAWt - 


488 


307 


485 


349 


984 


709 


840 


649 


698 


198 


818 


1808 


491 


967 




4. „ Dioxsnrs 

OlOAHt - 


UO 


187 


170 


190 


87 


989 


188 


951 


856 


59 


158 


848 


175 


975 




s, „ U&nrABT Om- 

OAHl 


28 


88 


88 


98 


7 


88 


81 


85 


82 


6 


17 


88 


16 


68 




C „ OiOANf or 
GsmtaATiON - 


19 


91 


98 


16 


8 


85 


18 


29 


84 


6 


15 


84 


17 


48 




7. M Oboani or 
LocoMonoM - 


10 


9 


11 


5 


5 


98 


U 


10 


10 


4 


* 

7 


* 

90 


5 


15 




a. M iHTlOUIfXir- 

TABT STBTBX - 

L CovosinTAL MALrom- 

MATIONS Ain> DBT. 


7 


5 


8 


8 


8 


18 


10 


9 


7 


1 


8 


19 


9 


11 


.IT. 


80 


88 


98 


47 


64 


118 


78 


99 


60 


20 


88 


999 


75 


189 




s. DiT. DinAm, Adult* 


88 


99 


45 


94 


99 


68 


46 


48 


49 


14 


95 


85 


98 


64 




a. a Old Pbotlb - 


900 


890 


517 


987 


196 


668 


417 


588 


444 


174 


814 


441 


888 


sa 




i. DuBAmorNuTBinoM 

1. AOCIDBBT OB TXmaU' 


979 


990 


885 


155 


147 


408 


466 


884 


275 


64 
11 


156 


679 


918 


506 


T. 


4 


44 


44 


89 


99 


80 


44 


86 


60 


47 


187 


48 


149 




X BOUCIDB ... 


- 


1 


1 


9 


- 


- 


1 


8 


8 


8 


9 


8 


- 


1 




4. Sncmi. - - - 


8 


U 


9 


5 


8 


7 


8 


4 


5 


9 


1 


6 


6 


4 






. 


. 


« 


. 


. 


. 


— 




. 


. 


. 


- 


. 


. 




TlOLBffT DbaTBS, wot 
CLAMED - - - . 


• 


• 


— 


- 


- 


— 


— 


m, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 




S«n>DBir Dbatbb, Causb 

WAMXBTAniBD - 


. 91 


99 


48 


19 


6 


17 


51 


67 


88 


15 


29 


41 


9 


5 




CAvrat voT trBoimD - 


41 


58 


114 


!6 


45 


81 


78 


85 


77 


58 


75 


" 


« 


88 



( BfHir Mii U lpapiML) 



146 



Cames of Deaths 1869. 



DEATHS of MALBS from diflforent Caoses i^gistered in each of Uie Bmqisolaxiov Couhtxba 

in the Tear lS59—<!<mtinue(L 



MALES. 



CbM. CAUSES OF I>£ATH. 



DnmioH VII. 

NOBTH MlDLAVD 
OOVNTIIB. 



^ 



» 



t 

I 
4 



DrvuioM Till. 

NOATH WBTTSBM 
OOUMTISt. 



» 6 

d si 



j 

i 

I 

t 

H 



DmaioirlX. 
YoExtai&B. 






-I 

i 



I 



Is 



DiVUIOM X. 

NOSTHKEN 
COONTIBS. 



8 



I 



I 



IS 



I 



^ 

9 



DmuoirXL 

MONMOOTSSBIBS 
AHD WAI.BS. 



I 



S 



I 



1 

i 



I. 

XL 
III. 
IV. 

V. 



ALL CAUSES - - 
SPEGIFBD CAUSES 



m» 



(CLAasn.) 
ZTHOTIO DISEASES 

CONSTITUnOKAL „ 

LOCAL . . „ 

DEVELOPMENTAL „ 

VIOLENT DEATHS „ 



440e4045 8SM7 



II. 



ni. 



(Obosu.) 
L Miahcatio DnnuaBf 

S. Emtmstio „ 

S. Diano „ 

4. PAainrxo „ 

1. DiAnoRio „ 

5. TuincuLAB » 



1. DiSBAfM OP NkEYOUI 

Stitsm 
S. „ Omams op 

CimOITLATIOV * 



4M 

1106 

098 

97 



d6 

88 
90 
81 

7 



4980 



8877 8196 



1087 UOl 



646 



1866 1688 



778 
908 



887 

8 

18 

11 



108 
818 



t* 



tt 



nr. 



5. 



r. 



tt 



»» 



tt 



RBfPIBATOBT 
OlOAVt - 

DionmrsOB- 

OAIM 

Ubinabt Ob- 

GAMt 

Oboani of 
Obmbbatiok - 

Oboahi of 
Locomotion - 

IirraooMBN- 

TAB! STBTBM - 



V. 



L CONOITflTAL MaLPOB- 
MATIOm AMD DmY. 
Dif SABBf OPCOILOBBII 

9. Dbt. DisxAna, Adctlti 
8. „ Old Faoru - 
4. DmiBisof NuTBinoic 



1. AOOIDBMT OB 17B0U> 
OBMOB - . - . 



81 

9 
8 



18 
18 



877 



606 
141 



804 
898 
1951 
478 
149 



8188 
8066 



1084 
U 
19 



878 49 



181 



406 



189 



18 



8. HOMIOIDB 
4. SUIOIDB 
8. EZIOCTXON 



11 



148 
496 



10681 
8 
IB 
18 



84 
498 



688 



168 184 



480 



906 



75 



984 
901 



85 



8 



9B 
91 



15 



19 



877 



768 

6 

14 

16 



uir 

880 



98686 
98145 



748 
801 



1081 

8 



76 
459 



158 



41 



817 



188 



891 



199 



88 



148 
784 



8964 
4868 
11976 
8768 
1874 



18999 
18006 



8188 
8U1 



4649 
2899 
7889 
2846 
746 



8810 

119 

188 

58 



790 



188 



778 



8 16 



189 



804 

89Si 



ViOLBItT DbATHI, mot 
CLAMBD . - - . 



B0DDBH DbaTBS, CAUO 
UNABOBBTAIMBD - 



CAVrat «OT ■FBOmSD - 
(MNtiMMd atpao9 189.) . 



19 - 



14 



177 
9 



lU 



969 



118 
9 



99 91 
2 



49 



77 



96 



911 
166 



83 



86 



195 



17 



67 



14 



£06 
4966 



4168 



957 



8148 



1998 



814 



4486 

41 
86 
49 



79 
9894 891 



716 

468 

1958 

888 

186 



679 

8 

16 

18 



685 

899 
894 

899 
86 



6067 
5989 



08 



60 



178 



981 
831 



95 



94 



969 
9 

28 



1078 



900 

1796 



8875 



891 



9879 



800 



77 



88 



713 



849 



188 



867 



148 



65 



806 

4 
10 
18 



77 
948 



849 



96 



974 



119 



47 



1440 
1046 
9069 



3728 



990 

427 



1890 
10 
99 
11 



787 
798 
1434 
509 
905 



9940 
9165 



809 



486 
894 
881 
475 
119 



718 
18 



149 
897 



19 



6 



119 



791 
919 



49 



1897 

48 

188 

1 



256 



888 

18 
65 



909 
994 



8 



64 



194 
189 



788 



981 



735 



M8 



8) 



199 
894 



12 



973 



981 

4881 



119 

4 
13 



66 



985 I 995 



19 



64 



17 



98 18 



189 



801 



191 



85 



459 
3 



9691 



118 
188 
988 

96 
84 



UO 
1 

9 
91 - 



85 



216 



110 



•4 



88 



97 
106 



888 



7619 



966 



191 



866 

4 
U 

8 



1919 
1498 



1148 
474 



4114 



irr 
rm 

en 



1887 
U 

98 
14 



68 
895 



81 878 



18 



81 



49 



9 1 



18 



18 



109 



180 

990 



406 

8 

18 

1 



r 



196 
9 

5 



187 



197 



U98 



148 



88r 

a 

T 



388 



119 958 



78 



19 



49 
85 



84 



107 

1 

11 



80 



11 



80 



107 
199 



If 



14 



89 



184 



4S 



818 
858 



48 n 88 



184 
1 
6 



18 



"I 



8 

18 



81 



400 



991 

8 
9 



86 



118 



Causes of Deaths 1859. 



147 



DSATHS of FEMALES from different Caiues registered in each of the BBauTRATioN Couhtibs 

in the Year 1859 — continued. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



FEMALES. 



Divigioir Vn. 
NoETH Midland 

COUNTIBS. 



« 



I 



& 

m 



s 



DnrxfiOH Yin. 

NOETH Wmtxbm 
OoumnsB. 



8 



I 



i 



DXTXSIONlX. 

Toucihus. 



I 



1 

r 






DlYISIOH X. 
KomTHSBN 

Ck>nMTm. 



I 

i 



► 



DlYUIOIf XI. 
MONMOUTBSHniB 

AMD Walks. 



S 

I 

9 



I 



9 



I. 

n. 
in. 

IV. 
V. 



IL 



IIL 



nr. 



ALL CAUSES'- - - 
8PECIFIBD CAUSES - 



2714 
8705 



(CLAMH.) 
ZTMOnc DISEASES 

CX>irSTlTUT10irAL „ 

LOCAL „ 

DEYELOPMEHTAL • 

TIOLEVT DEATHS 



(Qrdbss.) 
1. MuncATXO DmABBt - 



6»4 



492 

940 

546 

48 



S. Eimnno 
A Dano 
4. Pabashxo 



t« 



n 



L DiAiHsno M 
3. Tdbebcclab „ 



OP NlKVOVfl 

Ststkm - 
S. M Okoami or 

ClRCirLATlOII - 

A „ Bbipxbatost 
Oboahb - 

4. „ DiomiiB 
OmoAiit . 

A „ UnniAmT Oa- 

OAIIS- 

A „ Oroaws or 

OBntBATXOK - 

r. „ Oboavs or 
LoooMonoH - 

A M IHTKUXBlf- 

TAsrSnTBn - 

1. OowoniTAL MALrOB- 
MAnoW AMD DKT. 
DIUAAIB OrCftOLDBBN 

A ]>BTJ>mAni, Adults 

A M OLDPBOrLB 

A DmAniorVDTBrnoff 



669 
8 
7 
6 



227 



4842 
4286 



47 
89 
84 
48 

4 



47 



121 
871 



299 

124 

818 

Ul 

18 

16 

9 

9 



L AOODBirT OB KlOU- 
•BlICB - - - 

A BoioGoa . . - 

A SVXCIDB ... 

A IQZJBOUTIUII • • - 

TlOLBUT DlATBi, «0T 



S ODD BW DBATBS, CADIB 
miABGBBTAniXD - 



291 
165 



10 
29 



1286 
764 

1280 

877 

79 



1191 
10 
16 

191 



4062 
4006 



8200 
8216 



lUB 
806 

1807 

679 

68 



81 

8 

25 

18 

1 



$2 1 



28 

12 



GAVOi MOV ■PSCDXSD • 



205 
559 



554 

121 

8S9 

200 

85 

28 

8 

12 



U29 
8 
8 
18 



184 
619 



4896 ' 
4824 



888 

699 

1097 

584 

58 



1061 

1066 

1851 

754 

98 



817 

2 

8 

U 



148 
556 



1000 

4 

19 

8 



126 

42 

419 

290 



18 



68 



U 



464 

154 

481 

146 

SO 

28 

10 

9 



84 

48 

811 

241 



481 

144 

880 

128 

18 

28 

19 

9 



221 

845 



29064 

28626 



17588 
17270 



r068 

5742 

10680 

4398 

606 



6840 
96 
86 
47 



8007 



4675 
8402 
6419 
2487 
287 



4561 
25 
27 
62 



2254 



750 

567 

1082 

568 

67 



684 
212 
645 



83 



18 
16 



1065 
4677 



51 
1 
6 



83 



78 



21 



86 



78 
88 

260 
168 



49 



11 



147 

61 

281 

866 



a 

8 



42 



S3 



8561 



1046 



4486 



1827 



152 



US 



103 



54 



894 

829 

1388 

1772 



689 
2713 



9496 



629 



2285 



821 



80 



78 



47 



88 



719 

6 

14 

11 



599 
425 
886 
401 
84 



508 

6 

8 

12 



5816 
5795 



3540 
3478 



1582 
U52 
1920 
1106 
95 



22SS 

2184 



758 

744 

1888 

574 

65 



1476 783 



156 128 



411 



449 



113 



549 
21 



216 



243 



510 
179 
988 
865 



149 



14 



18 



13 



70 
81 



297 



311 



97 



868 



188 



U 



14 
18 
14 



840 
912 



8 



880 



859 

8 



85 



48 
8 
6 



9 



86 

80 
806 
180 



88 



699 



197 



684 



868 



81 



81 



16 



12 
8 
5 



168 
581 



478 
487 
649 
543 
88 



459 
1 
8 
5 



564 
558 



105 
150 
175 
U6 
7 



104 



8846 
8809 



587 
441 
887 
819 
85 



U0| 
877 



419 



167 



457 



838 



86 



81 



18 



196 



101 



812 



108 



14 



87 
118 



60 



20 



54 



84 



570 
6 
5 
6 



74 

867 



7599 
7840 



1906 
1486 
8811 
1613 
U7 



1860 
IT 
U 
18 



4860 
4085 



718 

917 

1897 

981 

78 



816 
1177 



3 1 



8281 89 

79 81 

850 882 



456 



88 
4 
9 



15 



89 



14 



11 



40 



802 



61 
8 
1 



21 



46 



57 

15 

S52 

819 



82 
2 

4 



14 



4 

9 

69 
44 



809 



78 



808 



95 



10 



18 



8 



1083 



168 



700 



82 



18 



18 



88 

87 
146 
U4 



81 

S 

s 



64 10 



67 
115 
755 

576 



107 
6 
6 



41 



US 



713 

S 
1 
8 



884 



784 



95 



846 



184 



14 



IS 



8 

94 

71 
597 



68 
1 
8 



46 



189 



L 2 



Causes of Death, 1859. 





CATTSKB OF DtlATH. 


MALES. 




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CAirsES or dea?u. 


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Causes o/Deatk, 1859, 



DEATHS of MALES from different Cmaea Mgiitered in each of tba RsoutUTiOM Cootim 
in the Year 1859— conhiiKarf. 




CADBEB OF DEATH. 


HALEB. 




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Causes of Deathy 1859. 



151 



DEATHS of FEMALES fhun different Caoset registered in each of the Bboistbahok ConmES 

in the Year 1859 — continued. 







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FEMALES. 














DiYinoir IV. 




DiTuiov y. 






DXYISIOH YI 


• 






CAUSES OF DEATH. 


EllTRElf C0U!(TIEt. 


South Westeen CouvrxEi. 


WaST MiDLAKD COUMTIB6. 


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9 


B 


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5 


8 


99 


55 


49 


10 


5 


4 


8 


8 


88 




S MeMlM .... 


84 


84 


91 


99 


60 


185 


47 


40 


54 


19 


14 


485 


159 


990 




a HewlatiBA ... 


84 


69 


141 


118 


86 


904 


107 


188 


981 


91 


78 


589 


169 


963 




4 DiphtlMri* ... 


HIS 


77 


168 


75 


81 


97 


69 


97 


99 


68 


98 


954 


86 


118 




iSZ'-- : : : 


11 


8 


1 


1 


8 


5 


9 


8 


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9 


1 


8 


9 


6 




63 


88 


48 


43 


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78 


58 


57 


80 


10 


18 


199 


88 


55 




f Wbooptar^ivgk - - 


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89 


88 


65 


29 


185 


68 


86 


66 


7 


74 


998 


58 


1S8 




a Typhos .... 


S05 


148 


210 


77 


63 


219 


118 


174 


186 


49 


91 


848 


91 


996 




a ErjaipelM - - . 
10 MettiST^ - - - 


18 


14 


18 


17 


7 


95 


IS 


16 


19 


4 


11 


88 


11 


86 




S5 


16 


99 


14 


5 


29 


U 


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91 


8 


16 


70 


98 


88 




11 Ckrimnds ... 


1 


1 


9 


9 


1 


8 


1 


1 


2 


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1 


1 


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IS iBflneim ... 


15 


18 


8 


9 


6 


80 


19 


17 


10 


6 


8 


16 


5 


14 




U Drmattrj . - - 
U DtuTboA ... 


IS 


14 


5 


5 


9 


8 


5 


9 


5 


9 


10 


99 


11 


14 




188 


184 


910 


84 


94 


184 


68 


149 


179 


98 


58 


492 


140 


460 




15 Cbolcn .... 


5 


4 


1 


8 


1 


5 


1 


6 


4 


1 


1 


15 


8 


a 


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11 


9 


4 




1 


9 




9 


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9 


1 


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17 Rfnitiont Fcfvr — — 


8 


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9 


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9 


7 


8 


4 




la BhOTnutiam . . - 
OsDKKa. 


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9 


18 


10 


10 


96 


16 


89 


19 


5 


8 


97 


16 


88 


































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4 


4 


8 


4 


6 


18 


5 


9 


10 


1 


4 


15 


7 


19 




1 StrtetnraorUratluu - 


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4 Oknden . . - 

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1 


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1 


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9 


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1 


10 


7 


15 


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8 l*annm and Hrarry - 


3 


4 


1 


1 


1 


8 


7 


9 


8 


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6 


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1 


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15 


58 


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20 


91 


18 


7 


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4 


18 


18 


18 




1 Womu, *«.--- 
Ordir L 


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4 


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1 


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9 


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1 I>ra|M7 - - - - 


89 


66 


91 


78 


76 


904 


19S 


184 


149 


51 


79 


199 


65 


lU 




aCuioer .... 


109 


106 


148 


61 


51 


166 


74 


104 


lU 


81 


61 


1S8 


57 


141 




A ytnmnm .... 




1 
19 


1 
97 


3 
5 


1 

7 


1 
16 


1 
4 


9 
90 


4 
17 


^ 


1 
10 


9 
18 


8 
11 


19 
8 




a Mortiflcrton - - - 
Order S. 


7 


8 


































1 BvoAiU- ... 


49 


44 


96 


20 


18 


47 


15 


97 


85 


9 


91 


49 


11 


88 




a Tab« McMotcflM- - 


86 


60 


66 


27 


11 


61 


96 


42 


57 


7 


81 


101 


99 


64 




a rhthkb ... 


499 


498 


686 


996 


996 


779 


497 


495 


571 


184 


889 


806 


819 


686 




4 llirdroMpIiaInt 
Order 1. 


64 


44 


40 


17 


17 


66 


40 


48 


68 


7 


96 


118 


44 


76 


UL 
































lOephRlhis ... 


98 


19 


80 


18 


11 


85 


91 


99 


96 


8 


16 


68 


17 


45 




aApoplflXT . . . 
a PmlTBb ... 
4 loMnity . - . - 


191 


81 


88 


77 


84 


158 


69 


99 


99 


14 


55 


189 


79 


106 




99 


101 


195 


67 


46 


166 


118 


184 


199 


97 


64 


158 


58 


ua 




5 


B 


9 


8 


8 


10 


7 


4 


8 


. 


10 


7 


4 


4 




iCkotM .... 


1 


1 


1 




1 




8 




1 


. 


1 


9 


. 


1 




eEpUmr. . - . 


10 


15 


17 


17 


10 


80 


80 


95 


87 


4 


17 


48 


18 


97 




r CooTokloBS ... 


118 


74 


115 


76 


58 


180 


94 


141 


164 


86 


160 


681 


198 


188 




8 Bra^ Dittate, ^e. 
Order a. 


85 


86 


46 


97 


10 


47 


81 


61 


77 


9 


19 


89 


89 


61 


































1 Fwieuditls - . . 


3 


5 


1 


8 


3 


6 


8 


10 


9 


1 


1 


18 


6 


9 




S AiMRrkm ... 


I 


1 


— 


4 




4 






3 


1 




9 


1 


- 




Order a. 


186 


186 


149 


166 


69 


999 


118 


958 


919 


40 


91 


976 


148 


969 


































1 lAfynaftU . - - 
9 BrooeUtit ... 


9 


8 


16 


8 


8 


12 


5 


8 


7 


9 


5 


18 


4 


80 




166 


149 


in 


148 


85 


814 


lor 


815 


804 


88 


145 


006 


Itt 


478 




S FlMuify- ... 


5 


8 


7 


6 


7 


90 


6 


5 


9 


4 


9 


18 


8 


99 




4 Pnevmockk ... 


188 


159 


191 


187 


95 


975 


109 


940 


891 


89 


198 


788 


S19 


851 




5 Afthma .... 


94 


18 


17 


98 


16 


46 


8 


84 


84 


9 


14 


75 


98 


54 




6 X«iv iXnoM, ^c - 
Order 4. 


81 


99 


94 


16 


96 49 


15 


47 


48 


IS 


IS 


4J 


91 


94 
































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8 


18 


8 


7 


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11 


6 


15 


14 


. 


15 


9 


19 


19 




S Eot«ritii ... 


19 


30 


90 


17 


18 


44 


81 


96 


89 


19 


96 


77 


88 


61 




S Ftoitooitis . . . 


91 


16 


18 


5 


11 


91 


19 


90 


18 


8 


8 


40 


90 


98 
19 

a 




4 AMitM .... 


10 


18 


9 


1 


8 


19 


8 


8 


18 


. 


4 


14 


10 




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4 


8 


3 


8 


4 


10 


4 


8 


11 


9 


9 


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a 


7 


5 


8 




8 


4 


19 


9 


. 


8 


8 




19 




7 Vmu» . . . . 


8 


7 


14 


4 


9 


15 


9 


19 


15 


9 


18 


18 




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8 latMrageraClon . 

9 SlrietiDt of iDtMUnM - 
lorbtol* . . . . 


1 
8 


9 

10 


9 
9 


1 

3 


1 

1 


4 
18 


9 


6 
4 


4 
9 


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Causes of Death, 1859. 



DEATHS of MALES from difcrent Caiwa regirtered in wch of the a«tiiiT»An(«i Couktom 
in the Tear 1859— eonhnnad: 




CAUSBB OF DEATH. 


HALE8. 




DitBtonVII. 


DHU10.VIII. 


DinnDv DC 
Yoiunu. 


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Cta.. 


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Causa of Death, 1859. 



DEATHS 1/ FBHALES fi 



UUSE8 or DUTH. 









lU^lltmam.t.. - 



154 



Causes of Deaths 1859, 



DEATHS of MALES from different Causes registered in each of the Bbgibtratiok Couvtibs 

in the Year 1859 — continued. 



Claai. 



IV. 



V. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



MALES. 



Diviflioic I. 
LoiTDOir. 



$ 









DlYUIOIf II. 

SotnrH EAtTBxir Couimit. 



8 



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DiTuioM m. 

SOUTB MlDLAMD CODMTIU. 







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3 



OSDSB 4.— COlKAMMd. 
11 Stomach DiMose^ 4-c. 
IS Pancrcoi DiMta$tt^c. 
18 Hepfttitia - ~ - 

14 Jnundiee - - - 

15 JAver Diaeate, ^c. - 

16 Spleen DiMOM, ^c. - 

OmDEK 6. 

1 NephriO* - - - 

2 Isennria . - _ 
8 Nepbri*- - - , 

4 Diabetes - - . 

5 Stone - - - - 

6 CjBtitla - - - - 

7 Kidney Diataff ^c. - 

OmoEB 6. 
1 Onulaii Dropsy - . 
a Utenu DtgraaCt fc. • 



Oedes 7. 
1 Arthritis - - - 
9 Joini iKMeue, ^e. 

OftDES 8. 
1 Phlegmon - - - 
9 Uloer - - - - 
8 Skin Dii«aM€t ^e. 

OSDSft 1. 
1 Premature Birth 

5 Cyanosis - - - 
8 Spina Bifida - - - 
4 Other Malformations 

6 Teething - - - 



Oedbb 8. 
1 Paramenia - • 
9 Childbirth - • 



OBBntS. 
lOldAge- - • 



OBDn 4. 

1 Atrophy and Debility - 

Obdie 1. 

(ACCIDBHT or Nboliosncx.) 

1 Kractores and Contusions 

9 Gunshot- - - - - 

8 Cut, Stab - - - - 

4 Bums and Sealds - « 

5 Poison - - - - - 
« Drowning - - » - 

7 Suffocation - - - - 

8 Otherwise - - - - 

Obdee 8. 

(Homicide.) 

1 Murder and Mansjanghter 

Obdee 4. 

(Sdicidb.) 

1 Gunshot Wounds - - 

9 Cut, Stab - - - - 
8 Poison - - - - - 

4 Drowning _ - - - 

5 Hanging - - - - 

6 OUierwise - - - - 

Oedbe 6. 

(ExBcimoir.) 

1 Hanging - - - - 



Other riolent Deaths (not 
classed)- - - - - 



Sudden Deaths Clause (un- 
asoertained) . - - - 

Causes not epeoifled or fll- 
defloed - - - - - 



107 

05 

49 

948 

8 



19 
6 

184 
80 
28 
20 

170 



5 

76 



47 
29 
92 



860 
85 
18 
82 

282 



574 



988 



855 
4 

15 
101 

80 
168 
110 

22 



87 



13 
82 
25 
11 
58 
8 



90 
57 



28 
1 
22 
26 
64 
6 



5 
4 

58 
6 
8 
8 

51 



1 
24 



10 
5 
7 



107 

14 

7 

4 
81 



155 



298 



108 



85 

4 

52 
52 
18 



1 
9 
1 
6 
11 
1 



20 
81 



4 
4 

80 



2 

7 

2 

2 

19 



84 

4 

1 

1 

28 



82 



106 



80 



4 
1 

26 
4 

15 



12 



10 



17 

5 

8 

47 



4 
1 
9 
4 
1 
8 
22 



2 
8 



6 
2 

4 



64 
8 
8 

4 
19 



129 



101 



86 
1 
1 

12 
8 

27 
4 
8 



U 



29 



88 

24 

18 

57 

2 



7 
8 
82 
10 
10 
12 
55 



2 



22 



12 
3 
8 



96 

11 

4 

8 

44 



820 



846 



85 
5 
2 

22 

8 
56 

7 
16 



4 
8 
2 
6 
S5 
2 



22 



70 



28 

14 

11 

48 

1 



3 

8 

11 

10 

4 

4 

47 



8 



8 

4 
6 



86 
7 
4 
7 

82 



207 



190 



63 
4 
8 

16 
2 

23 
7 
9 



2 
6 
2 
2 
4 



17 



94 



96 
1 
10 
17 
52 
2 



6 

2 

24 

8 

4 

4 

88 



1 
12 



7 
5 
5 



79 
7 
1 
6 

27 



287 



292 



65 
5 
1 

91 
2 

68 

12 
7 



2 



4 
1 

10 
2 



16 



45 



18 

4 

, 10 

28 



8 
93 



86 

4 
4 
5 
8 



120 



106 



80 



21 
6 
6 



19 



90 



10 

4 

5 

45 



2 
8 
1 

1 

20 



8 



96 

4 

1 

1 

18 



98 



103 



29 



16 
2 

98 
6 
6 



17 



14 

"5 

9 

80 



2 

2 

10 

4 

"1 
13 



8 



41 
2 

2 

1 

14 



199 



122 



48 
2 
8 
8 
9 

19 



S 
2 



19 



18 

5 

9 

90 

1 



8 
9 

4 

18 



86 

4 

4 
4 



122 



140 



22 
2 

7 
1 
5 
8 
7 



88 



89 



11 

'2 

6 

89 



4 
1 
1 
2 
16 



3 
1 
8 



44 

8 

1 

10 



188 



156 



86 
1 
1 
8 

16 

4 
8 



81 



27 



14 

8 
11 
82 



8 
8 

4 

4 
24 



82 
8 
2 

4 
24 



168 



902 



46 
1 

2 
15 

14 

4 
6 



44 



52 



8 



87 
1 

2 

5 



88 



80 



9 



17 

8 

4 
18 



2 

8 
6 
1 



52 
1 



78 



194 



90 



6 
6 
5 



U 



»i 18 



1 
6 



1 

2 
2 
1 
9 
2 
IS 



S 

4 
1 



9 

9 

18 



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1 
11 

2 
14 

4 



1 

1 



18 



10 



Causes of Death, 1859. 



155 



DBATHS of FEMALES ftrom different Causes registered in etch of the Bsoistratiox Couicties 

' in the Year 1859 — continued. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



FEMALES. 



DmtioN I. 
Lovsoir. 



Divuioir IL 
South Eastsbv Ck>UHTii8. 



1 



t 



DlYISIOX III. 

South Midland Coumtkb. 



-I 
1} 



s 

n 



IT. 



Oades A.—^emtimted. 
11 Stomtack DtMoaCf ^e. 
IS Famcrtat JHtecue^ ^c - 
IS Btfiautit ... 
14 Jaandiee ... 
U Kmt Dituue, ^. - 
10 SpUtn Diteate, ^c. 

OrdbsS. 
1 Vcphiftis ... 
S LMumria • . - 
8 K0phii» .... 

4 DiabttM ... 
satraie .... 
eCytthb - . . - 
r Kidmty Diaeaatt 4^. 

Obdbe S. 
1 Orarten Dropfj . 

5 UttnuDiBttue^fc 

Obdxe 7. 
1 AiUiritis ... 
S JciMt DtMOMt fe. ' 

OEDsa 8. 
1 FbkfXDoa ... 
SVlMr - - - - 

S iSUl iXMOM, fc- 

Oedes L 
1 Praaatan Birth - - 
9Cj9amk . - . 
8 Spina Btflda ... 

4 OclMr Matfomutloiif . 

5 Tecthixv ... 

OKDSmS. 
1 Ausniania ... 

3 CatiUbinh («ee Metrk) - 

OSDBB S. 

IddAfe- . . . 

Obdsb 4. 
1 Atrophy and DebiUfty . 

0U>SB L 
(AOCtDBKT or Keouoznck.) 
1 FraetonaandCotitiutoiu 
S Ounshot . - - 
SCottSUb . - . 

4 Bums aad Seakk . - 

5 PoiMO .... 
8 Drowniaf ... 

7 SoffDoatloii ... 

8 OdMrwlM ^ . . 



Oedkk 8. 



(HOMICIDX.) 

order and Mandaogbter 



iMi 



OmDBE 4. 

(SUICIDI.) 

1 Gmshot WooBdf - 
9G«t,Stab > - 

5 Fokoo - . - 
4 Dioviniag . 

6 Hnngfag — « 
f OUMTtHM - - 

Obdbs ff. 
(ExBCunoM.) 
1 HaB«faig . > 



Other Yioknt Deatha (not 



Sadden Death* (Caow nn- 



ootvpeeiflod or fU- 



m 

8 
68 
71 

rs 

4 



IS 

1 

108 

14 
4 
8 

78 



87 
119 



1 
48 



48 

18 
16 



996 
89 
16 
S0 

S8S 



14 

175 



1068 



8S6 



Itt 



6 

188 

18 

94 

109 
U 



49 



19 

18 

10 

9 

9 



74 

87 



41 

97 

98 

86 

1 



97 
1 

1 
18 



7 
90 



1 
17 



13 
8 
5 



88 

18 

a 

4 
74 



4 
66 



807 



940 



97 
1 
1 

88 

7 

8 

97 

8 



8 



18 



60 



6 

10 
8 

91 
1 



8 



6 



94 

9 
1 

4 
17 



1 

Iff 



197 



89 



U 



19 

8 

8 

40 



T 

1 



8 
8 



9 
8 
8 



46 
8 

8 
14 



150 



81 



18 
1 
4 
5 
9 



9 

9 
9 



81 
1 

12 

98 

56 

1 



8 

1 

18 

4 

"l 
14 



8 
89 



1 
14 



6 

5 

5 

94 



54 



497 



999 



11 



1 

84 

9 

7 

9 
1 



15 



49 



99 

1 

10 
18 
49 



8 

4 
1 

8 



6 
17 



59 
7 

4 

6 

14 



1 
89 



983 



179 



16 



90 

5 
8 
5 



19 



15 



S3 

98 
11 
59 



8 
18 

5 

1 
11 



9 

16 



51 

4 

4 

8 

95 



1 
58 



840 



944 



8 



1 
97 

1 
19 

5 

1 



9 

3 
1 



19 



48 



14 

10 

17 

91 

1 



9 

9 

11 

8 

1 
8 



8 
10 



99 

4 



11 



23 



168 



144 



19 
2 
5 
8 
4 



10 



14 



90 

4 

6 

98 



28 
1 

4 
15 



9 

15 



150 



96 



11 



9 

8 
4 

5 



U 



12 

"4 

11 
89 



92 
9 

9 

4 

19 



19 



150 



116 



10 
1 

7 

9 



19 



8 

9 

25 

1 



85 

1 
15 



18 



147 



116 



96 



99 



8 

6 

16 



41 
8 
3 
9 
6 



17 



176 



199 



SI 



23 



11 

1 

7 

21 

28 

1 



68 
2 

1 
28 



1 

26 



178 



178 



11 

4 
7 
1 



47 



17 
1 
5 



48 



29 



10 

8 

4 
18 



47 
1 
4 
9 
S 



1 

16 



107 



100 



14 



11 

5 

4 
18 



4 
1 



14 



9 

9 



4 
8 
1 



80 
9 

4 

1 

11 



9 
91 



154 



164 



19 
9 
8 
S 
1 



1 
1 
1 



14 



S9 



156 



Causes of Deaths 1859. 



DEATHS of MALES fWmi different Causes registered in each of the Bboistbatioh ComiriBS 

in the Year 1859 — continued. 



CiMt. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



MALES. 



BxnnoH IV. 
EiimM Covimis. 



M 



I ^ 



I 



DiYifioK y. 

South WBtrsaii Coumth 



e 

1 






I 



DinuoM yr. 

Wbt ICiDLAKD Comrrr 



CO 



I 



ly. 



y. 



Order A.—eontimmed, 
11 Stomaeh Ditetuet 4-c. 
18 Pwierea$ XXteoM, ^c. 
18 HeptttHl* - - 
14 JMiiidioe 
la Liver Df9tiue^4^e. - 
16 SpteemJ>iMa$e^^-' 

Ordib a. 

1 Nephritis - - 
S Iwonrift 

8 Kephria - - - 

4l>labet« - - 

5 Stone - . . 

6 Crstitig - . > 

7 AtdHcy IMmom,^ 



Ordir «. 
1 OvariMi Dropsr - 
S Uterm DiMtue^fe* 



Ordbr 7. 
1 Arthritie - - 

Ordbr ft. 
1 PUegmon 
S Ulcer - - - 
S Skin Diaea$*,fe, - 

Ordbr 1. 
1 Prem»tiire Birth - 
S CyaiKMis 
8 Spina Bifida - - 

4 Otlier Malformations 

5 Teetliing 



Ordbr 9. 
1 Paramenia - 
S CliiMbirtli - 



Order 8. 
1 Old Age - - - - 

Order 4. 
1 Atrophy and D«l>ilit7 - 

Order 1. 

(AOdDENT or KBOUOBHCB.) 

1 Fraelaros and Contusions 

5 Onnshot ... 
8Cttt,Stab - . . 
4 Bams and Sealds - 

8 PoiMn - - - - 

6 Drowning — — — 

7 Rnflbeatlon ~ - . 

8 Otherwise ... 

Order 8. 
(Homicide.) 
1 Morder and Mansianghtsr 

Order 4. 

(SuiriDE.) 
1 Oonsbot WouDos - 
9Cat,Stab - - • 
8 Poison - - - . 
4 Drowning 
6 Hanging 
8 Otherwise - 

Order 8. 
(exeoutioh.) 
1 Hanging 



Other Tiolent Deaths (aot 
elassed) . . . . 



Sodden Deaths (Cause m* 
ascertained) ... 

Causes not speeifled or ill- 



S8 



7 
18 
46 

1 



4 
1 

10 
8 
9 
8 

80 



ss 



7 

90 
80 



8 
4 
9 



70 

4 

8 

8 

91 



814 



8ft 

4 

9 

19 



85 

6 
98 



1 
8 

8 
7 



44 

44 



14 

4 

8 

7 

41 



6 



8 

9 
9 



81 

4 



91 



6 
16 
48 

1 



9 
1 

16 

16 

7 

6 

48 



1 
8 



9 

8 
9 



946 



894 



86 
8 

17 
1 

88 
8 

90 



1 

11 
8 



89 

45 



90 
8 
8 

4 
17 



877 



801 



10 



18 
7 

85 
1 



9 
1 
6 

9 

4 

4 

19 



1 
6 



4 

9 

90 



88 

1 
9 

96 

60 

1 



8 
5 
8 

91 



40 

9 

9 

4 

16 



186 



180 



85 

1 

19 
8 

89 
8 

16 



88 

198 



86 

1 

1 
90 

8 
95 
17 

4 



19 







9 
8 



97 

4 

"9 

18 



9 
9 

16 
7 
4 
6 

75 



86 



18 

6 

86 



1 
93 



70 
9 
7 
6 

48 



189 407 



A 
9 

10 
4 
1 
9 

86 



49 



17 

18 

46 

1 



8 

9 
16 
7 
9 
1 
47 



86 



18 

9 

46 



77 
1 
1 
9 



944 



185 



88 

4 

18 

19 
8 

7 



10 



49 



445 



108 
8 
9 

95 
8 

75 
9 

U 



9 

8 

1 

98 
9 



91 



59 



471 



117 

4 



S 
65 

7 
18 



8 

"1 
6 
1 



79 

a 

4 

8 
89 



869 



850 



98 

8 

8 

99 

6 

46 

16 

98 



4 
1 

90 
7 
9 
4 

47 



5 
1 

1 
15 



16 



61 
8 

"6 
96 



810 



84 

9 

94 
9 

47 

6 

11 



94 



10 
10 
80 



9 

8 
7 
8 

6 

18 



85 



98 

99 
86 



6 



18 
8 



140 



91 



1 
10 

"a 
"a 



86 



7ft 



90 



45 



4 
7 

9 

14 
1 



74 



91 

a 

1 
5 
7 



965 



186 



4 

9 

99 

U 

5 

8 

45 



11 
1 
1 



81 
S 
9 
8 

87 
1 



1 

91 

5 

8 



5 
1 

8 



179 

18 

8 

19 

94 



889 



707 



79 
9 

10 
1 

98 
9 

16 



10 



ai 



886 
9 
9 

114 

7 
88 

ao 

18 



8 



67 
1 

9 
4 
9 



IS 

n 

1 



T 
1 

as 

s 

• 

s 

as 



8 
1 



186 



97 
5 

89 
7 

a 



85 



76 107 



US 

4 

€ 

S 

4S 



lOS 

41 

S 



10 



10 



88 



t 
1 
4 

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Causes of Death, 1859. 



167 



DBATHS of F£MALES from difRsrent Causes registered in each of the BBaisr&ATiON CouirriBS 

in the Year 1859 — amtinuetL 



IT. 



V. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



FEMALES. 



Dimiov TV. 
Eaitsbh Couimis. 



I 



DiYiixoif y. 

South WBtrsair CouKTin. 



^ 






S3 



Okdbb 
U JlotaacA DiMOM, 4«. 

IS JWrMMiXMOM^fc 

UHcptttMs ^r^l 

14 JnadiM - . 

15 X<c«r Mmok, fc - 
lt4><M»2><f6aw,^. 

OrssbS. 
1 Vtphritk - - 
S I tJMik ... 
S Xflphfift - - — 

4l>WMtH. . - 

» SCooe 



SO 



17 
14 
H 



6 ^Btitli 
r Kidmtw 



Ou>EK6. 
1 Orartaa Dropsy - 
S Utmrma DiMtut^^ 

OBDisr. 
1 ArthrMa - - 
S /otel 2>»MaM, fc - 

OrdbxS. 

1 FhlcgmoQ - - 

S Uktr - - . 

SAteDiMOM,^ - 

OedsbI. 
1 Ptvnwtare Birth - 
SCTnootis . - 
S Spin* BiAdB - - 
4 Otbar Malformatiooa 
STaaibins - - 

Obdbb S. 



S CUkairtb («ee Metrift) - 

ObdkbS. 
lOUAgv- . - - 

Obobb 4. 
1 AtropbyaadDabiUtj - 

Obdbb 1. 

(Aoc iPBW T or KBouonroB.) 

1 F r M tur BaandCoaturioM 

S OvDf hot - . • 

SC«t.Scab - . . 

4 Bona And Sealdt - - 
«P^mi . - - . 

5 Drovniiaf — • „ 
r SidfccatioQ . - . 
SOtiianriaa - - , - 

Obobb 8. 
(homicidb.) 
1 If^maai n*H ^a*^MMifh1ir 



Obobb 4. 

(BUICIDB.) 

oonda 



1 OBDihot W< 
SC«t,8tBh 

8P*OB - 

4 DivMuInf 

5 HaBfiiiff 
SOtbtfwiM 



Obdbb s. 
(BxBconoH.) 



Othar Vlolaot Death* (act 



Daalha (Oa&aa va- 



not ipaeiBad or 111- 



6 
M 



a 

4 



S 
II 



f 
IS 



10 



4 

s 

1 



M 

1 

S 
4 

ir 



1 

85 



S7V 



1 
1 
1 



41 



1 
10 



7 
SS 

41 



10 

4 



14 



8 
18 



1 
8 



1 
8 
1 



00 
8 

4 
7 




S 
S7 



S90 



SI 
1 
8 

7 
8 



4 
8 



88 



S 

18 



7 
18 



11 



1 

4 
8 



80 
8 
1 
1 



S 



817 



808 



SI 
1 

4 
6 

4 



1 
1 
8 
1 



114 



S8 







80 



8 



6 
11 



80 
1 
1 
S 

17 



S4 



887 



185 



17 
1 

4 
8 
1 



IS 



18 



S8 



8 

7 

18 



88 

S 
1 

s 

10 



196 



147 



7 
1 

is 

4 
S 
8 



45 



08 
1 

17 

IS 

47 

1 



18 



10 
SJ 



88 



85 



40 



6 



008 



406 



SI 



88 

10 

10 

8 



17 



81 



5 

11 

9 

1 



11 



81 
1 
S 



s 

44 



417 



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SI 

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78 



45 



11 

10 

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4 

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8 
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48 



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58 



84 

18 
48 



4 

S 

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9 



1 
11 



11 
88 



46 

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S 

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49 



444 



Vi 



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88 



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14 

"s 

1 
8 



14 



174 



84 



1 
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18 



88 



16 



9 

6 
41 



1 
14 



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1 

1 

9 



814 



188 



1 
11 



75 



40 

17 

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1 

8 

18 



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188 

4 

5 

8 

77 



1 
84 



441 



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97 

SO 

11 

8 



8 



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8 
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41 



8 

9 

86 

1 



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81 
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8 

4 
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10 



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85 






88 



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15 
40 



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5 
1 
1 

19 



14 



15 



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8 



107 
7 
5 

48 



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841 



808 



1 
09 

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10 
85 

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1 
1 
1 



158 



Causes of Deaths 1859. 



DEATHS of MAIJBS from different Caases registered in each of the Bboistbjltion Ck>uimEt 

in the Year 1859— con/iniie^f. 



Claaa. 



IV. 



V. 



MALES. 



CAUSES OF DEATH.' 



Division VIL 

KOBTH MlDLAKD 
CODNTIES. 



Division VIII. 
NoBTH Western 

CODMTIBS. 



I 
I 

9 



8 

I 



% 



O&DBft 4. — eontxMud. 
11 sumach DUeaf^ fc. 
U Paneretu DUeaat^^c 
18 HeptitiUa - - 

14 J*ttndic« 

15 Livtr Di$ea§et ^e, - 
18 SpUen Ditecue, 4^. 

OBDB& 5. 

1 Nephritis - - 

2 Isehnria- 
8 Nephri*> 

4 Diabetas - - 

6 Stone ... 
A Crsfcitis ... 

7 Kidnty lH$eaBe, f c. 



Oedbb 6. 
1 Orarlan Dropsy - 
9 ITfonw DtKfue, 4v. 



Obdkb 7. 
1 Arthritis - - 
1 Joint Diataae^ ^ •> 

ObdbeS. 
1 Phlecmon 
SUloer . . - 
Z SkinDiatattt^ - 

Obdeb I. 

1 Prenuttare Birth - 

2 Cyanosis 

8 Spina Bifida - - 

4 Other MalformatioDS 

5 Teething 



Obdbb S. 
1 Paramenia •> 
9 Childbirth - 



ObdbeS. 
lOldAge- - . . 

Obdbb 4. 
1 Atrophy and Debility - 

Obdeb l. 
(Accident orNEOLiasNOE.) 

1 Fractures and Contusions 

2 Oansbot ... 

8 Cut, Stab - - . 

4 Bums and Scalds - 

6 Poison . - - > 

6 Drowning - - - 

7 Snflboation . - - 

5 Otherwise ... 

Obdeb 8. 

(Homicide.) 

1 Murder and Manslaughter 

Obdeb 4. 
(Suicide.) 
1 Gunshot Wounds . 

9 Out, Stab ... 

8 Poison . - . - 
4 Drowning - - - 
8 Hanging - . - 

6 Otherwise - - . 



Obdeb 5. 
(Executiom.) 
1 Hanging 



Other Violent Deaths (not 
classed) . - . . 



Sudden Deaths (Cause on- 
asoertainad) . - - 

Causes not speeifled or HI- 
defined ~ - . - 



91 



8 
18 
28 

1 



8 
1 
6 
9 

4 



29 



ffff 
S 



9 

81 



234 



201 



48 
1 

16 

4 

10 

6 

5 



1 
9 
I 
S 



5 
14 



21 



84 



18 
14 

00 
1 



1 

1 

19 

6 
6 

4 
45 



1 
14 



18 
2 

4 



96 

6 

48 



804 



399 



79 
5 
8 

98 
8 

49 
7 

19 



1 

4 
17 



40 
77 



5 

•s 



85 



14 

8 

40 



8 

8 
1 
4 

6 
90 



9 

6 



70 

1 

8 

84 



330 



2G9 



66 



91 
6 

16 
1 
6 



1 
S 

9 
9 
1 



83 
80 



29 



9 

7 

83 



4 



11 

14 

8 

21 



1 
10 



4 

9 

8 



66 
9 
I 
8 

94 



911 



166 



72 
2 
2 

25 
8 
9 
8 
9 



2 
9 



20 
24 



85 

1 

40 

11 

00 

2 



9 
4 

19 

4 

1 

4 

88 



3 
10 



2 
4 
8 



108 



12 



48 



281 



381 



109 

4 

"S7 

4 

68 

18 

19 



1 
1 

4 
14 



49 
20 



101 



101 

68 

201 

8 



14 
2 

80 
03 
18 
26 
121 



8 



6 
99 



97 
18 

90 



638 
26 
25 
24 

860 



900 



1796 



718 

6 

4 

948 

26 

275 

77 

48 



43 



2 
39 

4 
16 
70 

2 



256 
285 



DiymoHlX 
Tobkshibe. 



Division X. 

KOBTBEBN 
COtlNTlES. 



1 




1 


1 


1 


s 

1 


o 


p 


» 





s 


s 



o 

s 

I 



Divnxoir XI. 

MONMOUTBSHIXE 
AND WaI.es. 



I 

I 



81 



90 

00 

190 

1 



17 
6 
86 
29 
18 
23 
98 



7 
70 



18 

18 

2 



462 
12 
19 
19 

201 



721 



912 



831 
8 

4 

189 

17 

109 

90 

47 



18 



2 
16 

6 
10 
20 

1 



06 



225 



2S 



6 
18 
82 

1 



4 
2 
7 

6 
6 
30 



1 
11 



77 
1 
8 

8 
29 



209 



234 



88 
2 



20 
6 

88 
9 
6 



19 



29 



8 

7 

24 



9 
5 
8 
1 
26 



6 



04 
2 

1 
1 
6 



194 



183 



47 
1 



14 

12 
5 




17 



13 



21 



19 
18 
68 





8 

10 

18 

4 
10 
81 



9 
94 



103 
8 
7 
8 

97 



281 



486 



281 
2 



42 

4 
08 
25 
16 



27 



48 



22 



21 

4 

44 

1 



7 

1 

11 

8 

4 

6 

18 



1 

17 



1 

2 

6 

88 



180 



220 



UO 
1 



20 
I 

40 


16 



84 



01 



14 



6 



19 



9 


1 

4 
17 



88 
8 

14 



187 



60 
1 
8 

11 
1 

22 

4 



66 



19 



8 

1 

10 



49 



80 



19 
1 



10 
9 

1 



8 



12 



18 

S 

91 



9 
1 
7 
S 
2 

18 



11 



14 

"2 
14 



107 



129 



194 
9 



80 

91 

9 




18 



n 
u 

01 



7 

2 

15 
4 
6 
7 

84 



17 



96 
8 
7 
9 

44 



010 



052 



956 

9 



1 

95 
12 
19 



S 



81 



839 



8S 



9 
10 
41 



4 
8 
S 
4 
4 
6 
19 



2 
1 
S 



1 
3 

U 



400 



in 

1 



80 

S 

12s 

s 

8 



9 
S 
9 



las 



Causes of Deaths 1859. 



159 



DEATHS of FEMALES from different Causes re^stered in each of the Regibtbation Counties 

in the Year X^b^^contimted, 



IT. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



FEMALES. 



Dnrisxoif VII. 

MOftTR MIDLAKD 
GOUMTUES. 



si 



I 



^ 



m 

I 



si 



Orobb 4.— conlimMci. 
11 Stomach Di$tam^^. 
It Panertaa Dtaeam, 4-e. 

u y<*rfltHit ... 

14 JaoiMUoe ... 

15 lAotr lHaeat€, ^e. . 
le SpleemDiMtm^ fc - 

Okdbb $. 
iKtphrWa ... 
fliMhvU ... 
8 K«phri» ... 
iDlabeln . - - 

S StOlM .... 

• CrttHk ... 
7 Kidmeg Di»ea$e^ fc 



Order 6. 
1 OrarianOropif 
S rierM />iMMiM, 4t^ 

OROBR7. 

lArtfariftto . . 
tJoiM2>i»ea»e,^ 



Order L 
1 Fhltgmoii . - 
S XJloer . . . 
S Ate/NMiwc^e. 



Ordsr 1. 
1 Pmnalora Birth 
SCyaaoilt > . 
8 Spiiw DISJa . 

4," " 



Order i. 



26 



7 

4 

25 

1 



16 



5 
9 



61 
8 
8 
8 

88 



S ChUdUrth («MMltrlA) . 

Order 8. 
lOUAfe . . . . 

Order 4. 
1 Atrophy and D^Ittgr . 

Order i. 

(AcctDMHT or NsauoBircB. ) 

1 FnMtnrn and Cootuaion^ 

S ORMhoi .... 

8Cvt,Slab - . . . 

4 Brrm aad Saalda . . 

5 Piobon ..... 

6 Drowninc . . . . 

7 Sol ^mrt ton — . . — 
SOlfaarwiaa .... 



Order 8. 
(homicidb. 
IMRnfer 



DGDB.) 

Uanabagh 



tar 



Order 4. 

(SCICIDB.) 

1 Osaahat Woandi 
8CRt,aiah - . 
8 Pobon - - - 
4 DfONuinc^ — . 

toSSSttf ' ' 



0RDEB8. 
CBXEOCmOE.) 

1 Hai^iag - - 



OChar Tialant Deatha (not 
dMwd). . . . - 



Soddaa Deaiha (Canaa un- 

aaaartainad) . - _ 

Ganaaa not spadflad or Ul. 



82 



251 



165 



1 
8 



8 



as 



12 



6 
18 



2 

8 



45 



10 

14 

46 

1 



7 
21 



82 
2 

8 

88 



8 
88 



419 



290 



18 



29 

6 

18 

4 
8 



83 
73 



11 



11 

7 

31 



6 
18 



43 

1 

8 

37 



1 
42 



811 



241 



18 



17 
7 
5 
2 
2 



21 
36 



20 



6 

4 
87 



9 



4 
19 



19 



48 

4 

1 

80 



33 



260 



163 



24 

8 
9 

4 
2 



U 
28 



DiviaiON VIII. 

KOBTR WEaTEBM 
COOMTIBa. 



DiYinoir IX. 

TOBKSHIBE. 



ts 



DiTUIOM X. 

Northern 

GOUNTIEa. 



44 

1 
29 

6 
56 



8 

11 

8 

1 



18 



7 
22 



1 
17 



6 
9 
1 



80 
tf 
9 
8 

50 



8 
58 



281 



268 



12 



46 

2 

S 

10 

-4 



2 

4 
1 



42 
29 



168 
2 

149 
50 

287 
2 



10 
2 

58 
22 

12 
58 



19 
108 



S 

94 



19 
12 



482 

21 

88 

6 

352 



8 
821 



1888 



1772 



181 



4 
t49 
17 
59 
64 
25 



21 



8 

6 

14 

15 



816 



67 

8 

88 

51 

168 

1 



14 
1 

25 

10 
1 
4 

25 



17 
61 



5 
42 



11 

17 
5 



812 
10 
16 
12 

160 



2 
177 



988 



865 



8 
129 

5 
81 
12 
12 



9 
1 

19 
4 



85 



242 I 288 



22 

16 

12 

81 

1 



6 



5 
18 



18 



45 
2 
2 

21 



1 
80 



282 



280 



10 



28 
2 
7 
5 

1 



8 



9 
29 



81 
1 
6 

4 

22 

1 



28 
1 
1 



80 



206 



130 



9 



20 



15 



14 



33 
1 
17 
12 
55 
1 



10 
8 



8 
28 



2 
14 



120 
8 

13 
5 

81 



1 

78 



850 



455 



21 



1 
44 
8 
8 
6 
6 



11 



40 



S 



s 



I 



DlYISIOH XI. 
MOHMOUTHaHIRB 

AMD Wale*. 



89 

1 

26 
8 

48 
1 



1 

10 



5 
16 



1 
17 



52 
4 

4 

29 



81 



252 



202 



25 



19 
5 
5 
4 
8 



8 



21 



46 



12 



5 

8 

18 

1 



6 



88 
1 
7 
1 

10 



15 



282 



219 



15 
1 
8 

4 
1 



14 



54 



14 



8 



44 



10 



S 



6 

9 

17 



1 
12 



8 



12 
1 

4 

1 

14 



27 



146 



114 



11 



14 



-a 



80 



21 
11 
22 



8 

14 
2 



2 
11 



8 


8 


10 


9 


. 


1 


18 


8 


8 




6 


8 


1 


5 



26 

1 

6 

84 



1 
114 



755 



676 



20 
1 

87 
2 

14 
6 
7 



41 



if 



i 



27 



9 
16 
27 



8 
1 



10 



14 



71 



097 



81 
1 

27 
8 
1 



1 
1 



46 



8181 129 



Deaths from several Causes, 1859. 



FOFDLAnoK ISSl, Atbbaoi AimvAi. IUth of Hobtjilitt fhnn Aix Causes in the Ten Yttit IB41-S0, 
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m 


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401 


10 


HI 


sat 


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11 


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lit 


uo 


117 


aoi 


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tr 


a 


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no 


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Deaths from several Causes^ 1859. 



161 



PdruLATimr 1851, Atsbaob Aknual Batb of Mobtalitt from All Causes in the Ten Tetrt 1841-50, 
ind Dbaths from sbtbral Causes in the Year 1859, in the Ditisions, Countibs, and Distriots of 

SVOLAITD— COM/iliarA/. 







POPOLA- 
TIOM, 


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DEATHS FROM BEVEBAL CAUSES IH 1858. 


DmSIONS 










• 






1 












1 


1 




UanTRATIOK COUKTIfiS. 


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1 


1 


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1 


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1 




































17 


WII.T8HIRS - - - 


240,806 


81 


8 


69 


299 


141 


117 


141 


96 


14 


94 


99 


8 


104 


8 


841 


898 


288 


18 


DOBSET8HIRS - - 


mm 


» 


98 


UA 


179 


149 


54 


118 


18 


5 


99 


U 


5 


89 


4 


887 


801 


111 


10 


DEVON8BIRS - - - 


MV75 


90 


919 


881 


891 


197 


847 


498 


51 


99 


81 


59 


94 


880 


18 


1489 


1887 


888 


•0 


CORXrWAU.- - - 


SSBa78 


19 


196 


106 


984 


190 


98 


993 


95 


15 


44 


90 


19 


181 


4 


987 


778 


998 


ai 


80MEB8ET8RXRS - 
TI^WEST lUDLAHD. 


44SJ89 


90 


98 


99 


893 


189 


187 


891 


86 


17 


48 


31 


91 


996 


10 


919 


1391 


881 


as 


OLOUCE8TER8HIRE 


41S,514 


99 


94 


199 


568 


184 


115 


959 


86 


21 


49 


94 


13 


889 


9 


1086 


1417 


987 


» 


BBmEPORD8HIRS - 


W4S0 


91 


10 


81 


84 


118 


14 


88 


7 


3 


14 


18 


8 


85 


4 


985 


978 


84 


a4 


SRBOP8BIRB - - - 


949^ 


91 


7 


80 


197 


181 


199 


178 


19 


16 


95 


18 


18 


120 


8 


588 


746 


801 


as 


8TA7FORD8HZRS - 


«30,M5 


94 


90 


931 


1186 


446 


515 


709 


78 


70 


84 


80 


56 


880 


98 


1808 


8189 


794 


as 




ssvss 


91 


5 


846 


816 


175 


108 


179 


29 


93 


98 


10 


16 


978 


9 


897 


951 


RS 


ay 


WARWIOK8BIRS - 

TIL— KOBTH MIDLAin). 


47W57 


98 


81 


689 


518 


918 


943 


887 


78 


89 


64 


83 


88 


984 


18 


1188 


9048 


418 


as 


LRZCS8TRR8RIRE - 


S8S,P90 


99 


90 


909 


904 


95 


947 


149 


18 


16 


89 


90 


9 


919 


4 


891 


789 


140 


as 


ROTUUfBBBZRS - - 


SOTS 


19 


5 


9 


80 


18 


\ 


18 


a 


- 


1 


4 


- 


19 


1 


41 


88 


U 


so 


LnfOOLNSHZRB - - 


400,186 


90 


45 


U6 


800 


790 


146 


883 


49 


90 


89 


96 


98 


887 


91 


852 


779 


189 


SI 


KOTTZNOHAM8HZRE 


iM,S80 


91 


113 


S02 


414 


948 


180 


985 


99 


90 


49 


97 


87 


976 


16 


886 


1109 


289 


sa 


DBRBT8BZRE - - - 

f Illv-VOBTH WKSTEBH. 


900^ 


91 


4< 


149 


878 


975 


80 


988 


21 


15 


83 


84 


19 


189 


U 


894 


T91 


1S8 


as 


CRR8HZRB - - - 


4Si,isr 


98 


94 


118 


890 


186 


158 


878 


47 


99 


88 


88 


87 


886 


98 


1196 


1498 


888 


S4 


LASrCABBZRR - - - 
DL-YORK. 


l;067,301 


98 


806 


1068 


8887 


810 


1450 


9205 


981 


186 


881 


91 


949 


8173 


199 


8887 


8884 


1188 


ss 


WB8T RIDING - - 


i;>44,«9 


88 


946 


610 


969 


729 


878 


1900 


919 


105 


177 


68 


U7 


1810 


U5 


8912 


4814 


1088 


JS 


BART RIDIMOKwftArof^} 


851,080 


94 


19 


9S 


89 


981 


40 


948 


47 


19 


80 


18 


85 


848 


91 


801 


886 


198 


S7 


MOBTB RIDIRO - - 
X-NQRTHEBK. 


188,405 


18 


88 


46 


74 


889 


74 


144 


91 


12 


80 


41 


7 


189 


18 


408 


849 


in 


sa 


DITRBAM .... 


411^9 


99 


949 


917 


458 


867 


987 


473 


49 


89 


78 


89 


85 


894 


98 


1188 


1419 


8a 


S9 


MORTHUBfBERLAND 


808,868 


99 


47 


188 


164 


93 


115 


392 


44 


98 


81 


19 


97 


858 


99 


899 


968 


170 


40 


CVSIRERLARD > - 


18M9S 


91 


5 


177 


918 


89 


88 


118 


19 


9 


18 


6 


9 


144 


9 


889 


489 


187 


41 


WESTMORLAND - - 
ZL-WELSH. 


58,887 


19 


8 


41 


6 


88 


96 


89 


6 


1 


9 


9 


9 


10 


1 


185 


185 


41 


43 


MONMOUTHSHIRE - 


1T7480 


98 


18 


188 


977 


198 


88 


999 


10 


15 


97 


16 


9 


94 


4 


817 


881 


IM 


4S 


SOUTH WALRS • - 


807^ 


80 


996 


480 


1014 


883 


944 


706 


84 


48 


114 


U 


98 


959 


7 


8088 


1888 


881 


44 


NORTH WALES - • 


408411 


80 


104 


95 


861 


118 


188 


958 


17 


99 


71 


80 


4 


85 


r 


1170 


778 


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DEATHS FaOM SEVERAL CAUSES IN IM. 


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- BURREV ISnIra-m 



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nul nu of morulItT bum All Cuaa Is Laden ■ omHia 
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Deatlu from several Causa, 1859. 



16S 



PepnlsdoQ 185 1. Average AnJoal Bate ci Mortality from All Causw in the Ten Yean 1841-50, and 
Deaths from sereral Causes in the Year 1859, in the Districts of England— con^'auei. 

n.— SOUTH BASTERN COUNTIES— coafinuaf. 



DISTRICTS. 



Ton- 

LATiozr, 

1851. 



Arenige 

AnnniU 

Kate of 

MorUUty 

ftt>m 

AU 
CaoaM 
tolOuO 
Penoiu 

UTing. 



DEATHS FROM SEVERAL CAUSES 1}X 1809. 



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TamaoKV - - - - 

Warr AsaromD - - - 

Bast Asuioev . - - 

BftfDOt . _ - - - 

CAWTKEBUmT . - - - 

Bl^AV - - - - - 

Faykbsbam . - - - 

Hilton - - - - - 

SaCFTtT - - - - - 

Tbankt - - - - - 

SArrmr - - - - - 

Dotka - - - - - 

BUAM - . - - - 

BOXVKT MABSH . > - 

3.— 8U88EX. 

1tT» 

fUjtmo% - - - - 

Battlb - - - - - 

EAflTBOiniHB . - - - 

Haiuham . • - - 

Ticmrmrr - - - - 

CTCKmLD - - - - 

Ea«T OBlIfSTIAD - - - 

COCKPIXLO _ - - - 



BAMHT09I 
SlTCTIfllfO 

BoaiBAw 

Pktvobth 

TaAcniAX 

WOBTBINO 

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Hataict - - - 

POBTSSA IflLAKD - 
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FABSBAM - - - 
ISLB or WlOBT 
LTMUtOTOir > 

CHurrcaumcB 
RimjwooD 

FOBDIIWB&tDOB - 
Kbw F»ltXST - 
SorTBAMrroH 
Bocrra Stom BBAM - 

Romst - - . 

Rtocbhudob - 
w^bcbbstbb - 
Dboxpobo 

CATBBSniOTOIf 

PtTBBsnnD - 

ALABSnttD - 

Altl^ii - _ - 
Habtlbt WlHTSnCT 
RAniraBTOKB - 

WntTcauBca > 

AaVOTBB . . - 



5.— BBRX6HIRE 

If BW BUST - - - 

HOKCBBPOBD - . . 

Fabikodon . . - 

AMIKIDOSI . . - 

WAjrTAOB - - - 

Waixi VQroii> 

BBA»rfBLI> - . - 

Rba»ii*o - - - - 

WOBIXQBAX - - . 

COOKBAM- - - - 

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ll;279 

1M14 
11,860 
U.IIM 
14,100 
14^1 
16/t84 
18,0M 

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8l,79H 
SVlffS 

sfgoft 

18,7i*0 
5,487 



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SMIA 
14,t8S 
8^(47 
18,299 
IVMV 
ITiflSl 
18,816 

25,710 

av«s 

]«,M7 
14,018 

7,484 
18,74« 
15,848 
14,488 
18.A00 

0,M4 



7,218 

71,186 

16,808 

184»24 

5fV»4 

12,158 

8,488 

5/t75 

6JS84 

]8rH0 

84/)g8 

15^074 

10340 

7,488 

25/Ml 

10/107 

2^88 

7,814 

7«4I8 

11,916 

11,888 

17,468 

5/)19 

17,»t8 

8^809 



903li 

s^4n♦ 

).V88 

an,}M6 

17,488 
14,163 
16,380 
22,175 

11,767 

19,889 



90 
19 
20 
18 
17 
18 
24 
17 
19 
81 
84 
19 
19 
81 
19 
19 



18 
18 
16 
15 
17 
19 
17 
17 
16 
19 

81 
16 
18 
17 
18 
17 
19 
81 
17 
18 



18 

25 

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19 
17 
17 
16 
17 
80 
17 
28 
18 

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20 
21 
18 
17 
18 
17 
19 
18 
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19 
19 
19 



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20 
20 
23 
19 
20 
19 
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17 
19 
16 
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7 
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11 
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12 



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26 

21 

4 

14 

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26 

14 

6 

5 

3 

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19 

81 

15 

9 



19 

9 

16 

5 
5 
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5 
13 

7 
18 

132 
17 
10 
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3 
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7 
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* g-««ft».»«nf HmIbt UotpiUl and tho ilolka, the annual rata of mortaLtr lo the Alrerttoka dbtriet WM 24 to trMrj 

1,000 penona liring. 

M S 



164 



Deat/is from several Causes, 1669. 



Populadon 1851, Average Annual Rate of Mortality from All Causes in the Ten Years 1841-60, and 
Deaths from several Causes in the Tear 1859, in the Districts of England— conftiuccff. 



m. SOUTH MIDLAND COUNTIES. 



iss 
in 

134 
U5 
186 
187 



188 
189 
140 
141 
143 
148 
144 
145 
140 
147 



148 
148 
IM 
151 
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108 
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155 

156 
157 
158 
158 
160 
161 
168 
168 



164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
160 
170 
171 
178 
178 
174 
175 



176 
177 
178 



170 
180 
181 
188 
188 
184 



165 
186 
187 
188 
180 
100 
181 
192 
188 



DISTBIOTS. 



Popu- 

LATIOV, 
1851. 



8.MIDDLESEX(£rfraHMl.) 

Rtaimbi - - - - - 
uxbeidoe - - - - 

BmSNTPOED - - - - 

Hbmdon - - - - - 
Babhet - - - - - 
Edmonton . - - - 

7.-HERTFORDSKIRE. 



Wabb - - - - - 

BUHOP Stoetfobd - - - 

ROTBTON - - - - - 

HiTCHIN - - - - - 

Hbbtpobd - - - 

Hatpibld - - 

St. Albans - - - - 

Watpobd - _ - - 

HBMEL HBMTaTEAO 

Bbbbqampstead - - - 

8.— BUCKINOHAMSH. 

AMBB8BAX - - . - 

Eton ____-. 
Wtcombb - - _ - 
Atlbsbubt - . . - 

WiNSLOW _ _ _ _ - 

Nbwpobt Paonell 
Bdckxnobam - . - - 

e.-OXFORD8HIRE. 

Henlet - - - - - 
Tbamb - - - - - 
Hbadinoton - - - - 

OXPOED - - - - - 

Bicesteb - - - - - 
Woodstock - - - - 

WiTNET - - - - - 
CatPPINQ KOETON 

Banbuet- - - - - 

10.-N0RTHAHPT0N8R. 
BEACKI.ET ... - 

towgestbb - - - - 
pottebspubt - - - - 
Habdinostone - - - 

NOBTHAMPTON . . - 

Datbntbt - - - - 
Beixwoetb - - - - 
Wkixinoboeouoh - 
Kettebino .... 
Theapston .... 

OUNDLE .... 

Pbtbbboboooh ... 

11.— BUXTTINODONSB. 

Huntingdon .... 
Bt. Ives - - - ^ - 
St. Nboti . . . . 

la.— BEDFO RD8BI RE. 



Bedpoed . - . - 

BlOOLESWADE 
AMPTUILL ... 

WOBCEN ... 

Leiobton Buexaed 
Luton . - - - 

13.-CAMBRIDOE8R. 

Caxton - - - 

Cue«tebton ... 

Cambbidob ... 

Linton - . _ - 

Nbwxabkxt - 

■p* Y M «» » ^ •• 

Nobtb Witcbpoed 
Wuittlesbt ... 

WiSBBACB ... 



18,973 
19,475 
41,895 
15,916 
14,619 
45,S9S 



16,482 
20,356 
a6.»5.^ 
94,729 
15,09!l 
8.499 
18,004 
18,800 
13.120 
19^27 



18,637 
91.490 
88.562 
23,1)71 
9,376 
88,100 
14.410 



17,805 
15,640 
15,771 
90.179 
15,568 
14.4.'i3 
98AW 
17,427 
99,760 



18J47 
19,806 
10,663 
9,157 
83357 
91,926 
14J71 
21,867 
18,007 
19341 
15355 
28357 



SO3OO 
90,A04 
18,895 



28,486 
16349 
19,075 
17.149 
95,087 



11365 
25,170 
97315 
14.148 
80,6.^ 
92396 
16,243 
7,i»7 
363J5 



Arenfre 
AnnniU 
BAteof 

BlorUlity 

AU 

to 1000 

PerMM 

Uring. 



DEATHS FKOM SEVERAL CAUSES IN 1850. 



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Deat/is from ieoeral Caiuet, 1 659. 



IV^EASTERN COUNTIES. 



DEATHS rsOJf 



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DeaOis from several Causes^ 1859. 



PopdatioQ 1851, Average Annual Rate of Mortality ^m AU Causes in the Ten Years 1841-50» and 
Deaths from several Causes in the Year 1859, iu the Districts of Eoglaud —con/tnueci. 



SS9 

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SSI 
982 

»» 

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MS 
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SIO 
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972 
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977 
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986 
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990 
991 
992 

993 
994 

995 
996 
997 



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809 
808 

304 
806 

806 
807 
808 
S>« 

810 
811 
819 



SISa 

8136 

814 

815 

816 

817 

318 

819 

820 

821 

822 

»a 

825 
826 
8t7 
328 



V. SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIKS— conftnued 



DI8TRI0T8. 



POFU- 
XtATIOir, 

1S51. 



AoauM 

Rata of 

Mortality 

from 

All 

CaosM 

toinoo 

Persons 

Uring. 



DEATHS FKOM SEVERAL CA.U3ES IN 1SS9. 



17.— WILTSHIRE- owU. 

WlBSTBcraT - - - _ 

WABMIN8TSB - - - - 

PBWSBY - - - - - 

AMBSBrTKT - - - - 

ALDBBBUBT - - - - 

SaLMBoar - - - - 

WiLTOM - - - - - 

TiSBOBT - - - - - 

Mbbb - . . . . 

18.--DOBSETSHIRE. 

Shavtbsbdbt - - - - 

atdbmin8teb - - - - 

RLANDrOBD - - - - 

WiMBOBNB - - - / - 

Pools - - - - - 

Wabbbam _ _ - - 

Wbtmoctth - - - . 

Dobchbstbb - - - . 

Shebbobnb - - . - 

BBAMIIfiTB& . . - - 

Bbidpobt . . - . 

19.— DEVONSRIRE. 

AXMTirSTBa - - . - 

HONITTON « - - . 

St. TUOMAB - - - - 

Exbtbb - - - - - 

Nbwtok Abbot - - - 

TOTXBS - - - - - 

KlICOSBBIDOB - - - - 

PLTicrrow St. Mabt - 

PLTMOnTR - - - - 

East Stokbhodsx - - - 

Stokb Dambbbl - . . 

Tavutook - - - - 

OKEBAHPTOSr - - - - 

Cbbditom . . . . 

TiTBBTOW - - - - 

South Koltow - - - 

Babnstapli . . - . 

TOBBIHOTOSr . - - . 

Bidbpobd . . . . 

houwobtht - - - - 

aO.— CORNWALL. 

Stbattoh - - - - 

CAMBLrOBD . - - - 

Laoncbstoit - - - - 

St. Uebmanb - - - - 

LlSKBAmD - _ - - 

Bodmin - - - - - 

St. CoLUMB - - - - 

St. Austell - - - - 

Tbubo - - - - - 

FALMOOm - - - . 

Hblstok - - - - - 

Rbdbuth . . . - 

Pbnbancb - - - - 

SciLLY Islands - - . 

21.— SOMERSETSHIRE, 

WfLLTTOH - - - - 

DULVXBTON - - - - 

WBLLINQTON - - - - 

Tauktost - - _ - 

BBIDaWATXm - - - - 

Lakopobt - - - - 

CUABD - - - - - 

Yeuvil - - - - - 

WlNCANTOW - - - - 

FBOXB - _ - - - 

SHEPTON Mallst - - - 

Wells - - - • - 

axbbidob - - - - 

cjldtpjm _ - _ - 

Bath - - - - - 

Ketnrbam - • - - 

Bbdminstbb . •. - . 



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17^7 

12.AIM 

H.2.10 

14.87 < 

8.aio 

IOJ'42 

lO.lril 

8,433 



13,029 
10,882 
14,8:t7 
17,284 
i;,H90 
17,417 
22,037 

2V»»3 
l-^'ISl 
14,270 
10,866 



90,803 
23,>«94 
48,8116 
82,823 
52,31 HI 
84,022 
21,377 
19,723 
i(2,221 
11,979 

38,180 

2r3-v) 

2>.4«1 
21.728 
83,540 
2I>,566 
38,178 
17,491 
18,536 

io;92i 



8/!80 
8,448 
18,305 
16,545 
83,831 
9't,493 
17,402 
32^73 
42,270 
22,012 
28,402 
53,^28 
53JS17 
2^97 



19395 
6,1123 
22,121 
a\ll4 
83,188 
1H,W 
2»V>85 
2K,tfi3 
2\fl\\ 
2.S32.1 
16,957 
2U3I2 
83AW 
25,227 
80,K47 
21,615 
38,143 



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29 
28 
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19 
10 
19 
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18 
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90 
21 
92 



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18 
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19 
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25 
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19 
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Deathi from teeeral Caaiea, 1639. 



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169 



PbpoJitiMi 1851, ATerage Anniitl Bate of Mortality from All Causes in the Ten Years 1841-50, and 
Deaths from sereral Causes in the Year 1859, in the Districts of England — continuetL 



Vm—NORTH WESTERN COUNTIES. 



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Xaimnca - - - - 

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20 
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81 


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29 


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150 


118 


248 


37 


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88 


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9 


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40 


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54 


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85 


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61 


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80 
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180 

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66 
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3 


27 


11 


37 


88 


17 


2 


1 




3 


13 


9 


83 


90 


11 


- 


« 




- 


10 


1 


S6 


46 


16 



* la g afc iEl E ling the aiortAlHr of LiTcrpool, the jeur 1847 (tb^ jnr of the Trith fkmhie aad imioirrEtioj) bu been omitted I 

indndias that jeer, tlie mortaUt J «-ae8UanniiaUjr toeTeryl/XlOpenooiliTiiii. 
t TViM tietrietelwere not formed vmil 1864. 



170 



Deaths from several Causes, 1859. 



Popniation 1851, ATerage Annual Bate of Mortali^ from All Caosei in the Ten Years 1841*50, and 
Deaths from several Causes in the Year 1859» in the Districts of Eogland—coatuiKed!. 



IX.— YORKSHIRE— con/iniitfJ. 



515 
5tfl 
517 
518 
519 
5S0 
5Sl 
53a 
5S3 
524 



5S5 
5S» 
527 
528 
520 
5SU 
5»l 
539 
583 
534 
5S5 

58a 

537 
588 
53d 



DISTSICTS. 



Popu- 
lation, 
1851. 



Arenun 

Annual 

Kuteof 

Mortality 

from 

All 

Causes 

to 1000 

P«rM>ns 

liring. 



36.— EAST RIDING 
(WITH YoaK). 

York - - - - 
hockliwotok 

HOWDBM - - - - 

Bevkblkt ... 

SCOLCOATBS - - - 
HOLI, - _ . - 

Patbinoton ... 
sxieladob ... 
DtirriKLO ... 
BaiDUMOToir ... 



37.— NORTR RIDING. 

flCAtBOBOUOH - - . . 

Malton - . - - - 

Easinowold . - . - 

Thibsk _ - - - . 

Helmslbt . . . - 

PlOKEBINO . . . . 

Whitby . . - - - 

guiabeouoh . . . - 

Stokbslbt - . - . 

XoBTHALLBBTOir . . . 

Bedalb . . . . - 

Letbubn - . - - - 

ASRBIOO . . . - . 

llEETB - - - . - 

RlCBXOin> . . - - 



54r'»4 

io,niM 

14^) 
SOJHO 
41,719 
«VI70 
9.407 
9,279 
]H,2<S.5 
14;i22 



S4/t1.1 
23,12K 
10,211 
12.760 
11,7M 
9,978 

12,902 

J»,%7 

is,tno 

8,980 
10/157 

5/m 

6320 
18,846 



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19 
19 
90 
25 
81 
18 
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19 

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21 

17 
19 



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18 
18 

18 
19 
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18 



DEATHS FHOM SEYEKAL CAUSES IN 1899. 



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40 

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22 
18 

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2 
1.5 
24 

1 
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8 
6 
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1 
5 
36 
1 
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6 

8 
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45 
24 
JW) 
14 
23 
30 
14 
10 
39 
82 



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8 
29 
13 

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21 
17 
10 

8 
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21 
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5 

6 

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8 
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39 


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14 


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US 

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17 

29 



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44 
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22 
79 
58 
2«» 
21 

as 

81 

7 

40 

48 



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la 

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11 

7 

9 

10 



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17 

t 
8 
5 
S 
11 
38 
S 
5 
9 
5 
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X.— NORTHERN COUNTIES. 



540 

54lo 

5416 

542 

548 

544 

M5 

546 

547 

548 

549 

&M) 

551 



559 
558 
554 

6.V 
556 
557 
558 

559 
560 
561 
562 
503 



564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 
571 
572 



573 
574 
575 



38.— DURRAin. 

Dablinotoit - - - - 

Rtooktom . - - - 

Habtlepool* - . - - 

Auckland _ - - - 

Teesdalb - - - - 

Weakdalb . . . . 

DCBHAM . . . - - 

Easinoton _ _ _ - 

Hououton-lb-Spbino - 
Co esteb-lb-Stbeet 

sundbbland - . - - 

South Shields . . . 

Gatbsbead . . - - 

39.— NORTHUMBERLD. 

Nbwcastlb-upon-Ttnb 

Tynbhoutu _ - - . 

Castle Wabd . - - . 

Hexham - - . . - 

IlALTWUISTLS . - . - 

Bellinouam . - - - 

MUBPETU - . . - - 

Alnwick . . . - - 

Hblford . - - - - 

llXBWICK . . - . - 

Olenoalb . . . . 

bothbuet - . - . 

40.— CUMBERLAND. 

Alston - - . - . 

Penbith - - - - 

Bbampton _ _ _ - 

Lonotown - _ - _ 

(!ABLI8LB - - - - - 

WiGTON - - . - - 

COCftEBMOUTH - - - 

Whitehaven - - . - 

BOOTLB - . - - - 

41.— WE STMO RLAND. 

East Wabd - - - - 

Wrar Wabd . . - - 

Kbndal . - . - . 



21,618 
864*66 
164168 

19318 
34.567 

9I,79'5 
19,MM 
20,007 
70,576 
35.790 
48/)81 



89,156 
64,248 
13397 
S0,4;)6 
7,286 

1W27 
21.122 

6371 
2ifiWi 
14,348 

7,431 



6316 
22307 
11323 

9396 
41,557 
2:<361 
.'ttr'ilO 
85314 



18360 

8,155 

36,972 



90 

ai 



}« { 



21 
20 
20 
23 
20 
20 
20 
24 
26 
25 



27 
24 
18 
IS 
16 
17 
18 
10 
17 
21 
15 
15 



SO 
18 
17 
17 
24 
10 
21 
2.5 
16 



17 
18 

ao 



7 
65 

16 

1 

8 

49 

18 

6 

44 

11 

8 

26 



34 
6 
1 



9 

4 

52 
1 
1 

2i 



93 

1 

27 



103 

at 

2 



6 
7 



3 
41 

3 
27 

6 

29 

H8 

12 

8 
40 
61 
43 
37 



25 

M 

10 

8 

8 

12 
1 

34 
15 



- 4 

5 

24 
11 7 
11 1 13 
U9 91 
84 «.5 
1 4 



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92 

11 

80 

52 

15 

45 

26 

8 

8 

47 

10 

9 



4 

10 

6 

7 

1 

1 

26 

15 



8 
12 



1 
11 

8 
8 

4 

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7 
8 



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7 
5 



1 

23 

2 

42 

1 

13 

49 

6 

6 

5 

52 

87 

20 



5* 

3 
10 



16 
1 
1 
5 

28 
1 
4 

a9 

3 



8 

6 

19 



13 
71 
14 
51 
5 
15 
73 
18 
9-5 
20 
70 
48 
55 



115 
84 

9 

18 

2 

85 
12 

6 
94 
14 

8 



4 

6 

4 

2 

97 

10 

8) 

24 

3 



18 

4 

80 



5 
6 
1 
1 
2 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 

12 
4 
6 



16 

13 

2 

2 

1 



1 
3 
1 



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9 
1 
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9 



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14 

2 



4 

11 

2 

14 

4 

1 

5 
18 
3 
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7 
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1 



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1 
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4 

3 
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8 
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1 
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58 

39 

24 

6 

8 

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11 

18 

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107 

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29 



114 
73 
13 
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8 
3 
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6 
86 
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9 60 
3 147 
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116 

41 

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154 



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40 
46 

187 
102 
137 



318 

185 

8.5 

63 

18 

a 

42 
89 
14 

48 
31 
17 



14 

51 
32 
32 

153 
54 

111 
81 
20 



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91 
108 



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48 

74 

167 

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15 
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101 

82 

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15 
99 
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• Sf Note (•) p. 29. 



DeaHis from several Causes^ 1859. 



171 



hipttktioo 1851, Average Annual Rate of Mortality from All Causes in the Ten Tears 1841-50, and 
Deaths from several Causes in the Tear 1859, in the Districts of 'Englaxid,— continued. 



XL— MONMOUTHSHIRE and WALES. 



DIBTBICTS. 



POFU- 

I^TIOK, 

1S51. 



Arerage 

Anniuu 

Rata of 

MortaUtgr 

firom 

AU 

CausM 

to 1000 

PenoBB 

UTinf. 



m 

tn 



Ml 
M 



m 



m 



m 
m 



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la 

lU 

til 



m 

Clfl 

S7 
CU 



09 
CI 



» 2. MONHOUTB8HIRE. 

CiiirtTOW . - - - 

XonMoirni - - - - 

ABnOATKKKT . - . 

POSTTTFOOI. _ - - - 

NnrromT - - - - 

43.— 80UTB WALE 8. 

GLAUOBOANSHIBE. 

CUDIFT - - - - - 

SCunTS Tii>FiL - - - 

Daidobjid - - - - 

Kbath - - - - - 

SVARSSA - - - - 

Oovxs - - - - _ 

CABXABTHEKSHIBE. 

LLAvnxT - - - - 

L1.AVD0VBST - - - - 

LLk^VUMVAWB. - - - 

CAAMAftTHSM - - > - 

PEITBSOKESHIHE. 

XuBsam - - - - 

PlXBlOKS . - . . 

lUTB&roftoirxfT - - - 



CARDIGASrSHIBE. 

CuancAn - - - - 
NtwcAms-ix-EMLTir - 

LAHrBTBB _ _ - - 

Abeeatboiv - - - - 

Abbetstwitb - - - - 

TmAftOM - . . . 

BKECKSTOCKSHTRE. 

BvtLTR - - - - - 

BaSCKHOCK - - - - 

CBiCKHoirnx - . - - 

Hai ----- - 

BABNOBSHCRE. 

Pftvmaxv - - - - 

KaiioBTox - - -. - 

Bbataaxa . . . . 

44.~IVORTH WALES. 

XONTGOMEBYSHIRE. 

IfAcirT?ru.rrB . . . 

Kkvtown - - - . 

MoirrooHKST - - • . 

LXAMmXlM - . - . 

rLnrrsHTBE. 

HOLTWXLL • . . . 

DESBIGHSHIBE. 

WtaXHAM - - - - 

Kimiiii - - - - - 

»r. Amatu . - . . 

Llavawst . . . . 

KEBIONETRSHIRE. 

Coftwm - - - - - 

Bai»a . - . . . 

IHA^OBLLT . - - . 

Pirruiioa . . . . 

CABXABTONSniBE. 

PvixnKLi - - - - 

CaB9IAAVO!C - - . . 

Bammia . - . . . 

CORWAT - - - . . 



ASGLESET. 
AjrautssT - - 



10,0S7 
87«879 
fif>,SS9 
S7;9I<S 
43^2 



4(1,401 

4fl,471 

88,4^ 
S,4«7 



154XVi 
S»,142 



23,180 
S-A9IID 
»8,88S 



SA,im 

W.I73 

9374 

13,234 

10^404 



18,174 
21 /»7 
1U,96S 



15.149 
9,4M) 



13,110 
SA,107 
17,964 
21,ttU 



ilfiij 



4<W8 
12^79 



1M18 

6,796 

12,971 

16,183 



J1J88 
8ii,446 
84,331 
li/}8(l 



90J39 



19 
19 
25 
2A 
24 



38 

2i 
19 
22 



MM 



18 
20 
19 
20 



18 
18 
IT 



19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



16 
31 

37 
20 



19 
18 
18 



19 
81 
W 



81 



S3 
19 
19 
10 



17 
18 
18 
18 



17 
30 
81 
19 



IT 



DEATHS FBOM SEVERAL CAUSES IN 18^. 



Ill 



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•a 



I 



s 



1 

IS 



14 

10 

3 

36 



5 
SO 
24 



S 
24 
8i 
11 
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4 

4 

1 

11 



S 

8 



3 
M 
18 

6 



8 

10 

118 

82 

20 



59 

110 

41 

M 

8 



21 
2 

y 

8 



13 
29 



7 

3 

ini 

123 

43 



187 
218 

14<; 

G2 

9 



20 

4,1 
76 



14 
18 
53 



3 

67 
18 
20 
12 
6 



35 
5 

28 
3 



16 

2 

4 



60 



lis 

7 
11 
12 



9 

3 

8 

12 



33 
47 
14 
12 



41 

10 
88 
15 
21 



3S 
43 
16 
19 
3 
8 



1 
4 

11 



48 

3 

55 



13 

4 

11 

18 



a 

7 
12 
17 



22 
6 
8 



4 

18 
6 



14 
3 
1 

4 



22 
2 
7 
3 



1 
14 

19 

7 

42 



in 

24 
18 

iZ 

22 

8 



13 

5 
18 



14 

10 

2 



3 
8 
15 
5 
1 



10 
6 
9 



13 



31 



80 

7 

15 



21 
1 
7 



12 

11 

5 



10 



3 

17 

121 

24 

61 



76 
161 
25 
94 
34 
4 



42 
7 

15 
23 



13 
23 
48 



17 
12 
14 

7 
84 

8 



3 

H 

33 

8 



m 

2 

8 



12 

11 

14 

9 



S3 



40 
8 

11 
6 



7 

3 

9 

18 



18 

28 

28 

2 



19 



4 

7 
1 
8 
8 



8 

8 



I 



4 
1^ 





1 



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8 

13 
2 
9 
8 
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6 
8 



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34 



36 
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19 
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55 

217 

73 

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58 

53 

140 



64 

05 

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52 
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78 
29 



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87 
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29 
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128 

43 



- 138 



29 
1S7 
2s8 
106 
139 



288 
418 
74 
ISO 
194 
5 



46 
82 
18 
56 



80 
20 
83 



15 
82 
10 
13 
48 
17 



16 

28 

110 

26 



87 
22 
11 



IS 

4» 
42 
8U 



74 






43 



20 
32 
90 
25 
60 



OS 
187 
27 
68 
43 
7 



S^ 

7 

S 

28 



8 
18 
24 



8 

7 
tf 

4 

15 

6 



4 

la 

80 

r 



6 

K 

3 



7 
la 
24 
15 



80 



142 


4S 


21 


4 


62 


18 


8 


2 


28 


8 


15 


3 


15 





80 


30 


80 


89 


84 


16 


as 


41 


14 


18 



78 



END OF THE ABSTRACTS. 



173 



OCCASIONAL TABLES. 



Paget 
Abrract of Wills and Ad]iini8tratiox8 during the Year 1858, arranged 

according to Occnpations; and Amounts . • • . • 17S-181 



174 



miU dunng the Year 1858. - 



WILLS OK WHICH PbOBATB WJL8 GRANTED DUBINO THB YeXSL 1858. 

[Abstracted from the Caleitdab of the Grants of Probate made in the Principal Rbgibtbt 
and in the several District Registries of Her Majesty's Court of Probate, from the 1 1th of 
January 1858 (being the Day on which the Act 20 & 21 Vict c. 77. came into operation) ontil the 
31st of December 1858, both Days inclosive.] 



occupations. 






I 

i S 









» 
1 

1 



i« 



1 






I 

1, 









1 



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i 






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1^ 



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ii 



3« 



SI 



MALES AND FEMALES 



MALES 
FEMALES 



iifioo 


1848 


8(98 


4565 


8089 


8134 


8104 


1758 


880 


408 


one 

107 


548 
438 


SIS 
176 


183 
151 


15,132 


880 


3485 


8S56 


2200 


1835 


1583 


1376 


505 


818 


5026 


S69 


1153 


1300 


880 


880 


613 


in 


175 


01 


89 


ISO 


86 


81 



93 ! €6 



70 i es 



CLAint OF Occupations or Malu. 

I. 
Enmred in the nn«i«l or looal 
OoTemment of the Coantry - 
II. 
EngAfred in the Defenee of the 
Country - - - - _ _ 
III. 
En^ngcd in the Lenmed Profeseiom 
(with their immediate lubordinates) 
IV. 
Engaged in Literatnre, the Fine 
ArtK, and the SHenoes - . - 
V. 
(Belatei to Females.) 
VI. 
Engaged in entertaining. clothing, and 
penbrming perMinal OtBcei lor Man 
VII. 
Engiured in boTing or nellinir, keephtg, 
letting, or lending Money, Hoiuet, 
or Uoodaorrarons Kinds 
VI U. 
Engaged in the Co iveyancA of Men, 
Animals, Uood»^d Messages 

Possessing or working the Land, and 
engaged In growing Grain, Fruits, 
Aniniali, and other Products - 
X. 
Engaged about Animals - . - 

XI. 
Enoagod in Art and Meohanie Pm- 
dnclions, in which matters of 
TariouM liinds are employed in com- 
bination ------ 

XII. 

Engaged in worliing and dealing In 

Anunal Matter* - - - _ 

XIIL 

Enraffed in working and dealing in 

Matters derived from the Vegerable 

Kingdom- - - - - - 

XIV. 
Enraged in working and dealing in 
Minerals ------ 

XV. 
Labourers and others— Branch of 
Labour undefined - - - - 

XVI. 
Persons of Rank or Property not re- 
turned under any Ofiice or Occupa- 
tion ------ 

XVII. 
Alms person - - - - - 



OccupationM not stated 



MALES. 



260 
847 
713 
101 



1252 

567 
888 

8400 

1358 
413 

1148 
577 
407 

2006 
15 



- 1815 



15 


37 


42 


85 


10 


38 


57 


30 


31 


51 


02 


85 


3 


10 


38 





68 


871 


8S5 


220 


13 


87 


144 


86 


18 


68 


80 


60 


219 


606 


843 


610 


1 


T 


7 


3 


125 


847 


870 


105 


34 


68 


78 


73 


60 


101 


234 


184 


71 


140 


140 


78 


80 


161 


118 


34 


88 


SIX 


386 


815 


3 


10 


2 


- 


74 


103 


8(18 


104 



18 



20 



83 



18 



148 

48 
33 

480 
4 

118 
57 

115 
41 
14 

374 
184 



40 



27 



87 



106 



64 



31 



808 



85 
SO 

125 
43 



418 
1 

111 



80 



33 



106 







47 

49 
88 

384 

1 

62 
83 

100 
88 



425 



110 



II 



41 



12 



18 



77 
2 

• 

211 
14 

43 
10 



204 



41 



34 



10 



81 







10 



140 



10 



10 



14 



8 



8 



21 



07 



15 



17 



40 







16 



85 



10 
12 

87 
6 



806 



85 



14 



14 



101 



01 



5 18 
X 

8 



I 



4 9 
4 



I - 

4 
8 



80 37 



SPINSTERS 
WIVES 
WIDOWS - 



FEMALES. 



220Q 

385 

8850 



00 

60 

818 



843 
166 
644 



511 

85 

778 



343 

18 

685 



34G 

5 

848 



S54 

4 

854 



828 

6 

S48 



01 

8 

81 



40 

a 

40 



40 
1 



58 



68 



18 

1 
17 



10 



18 



mib during the Year 1858. 



175 



WILLS OK WHICH Probate was granted ddrino the Tear 1858. 



I 



OCCUPATIONS 

OF 

MALES. 



n. 



m. 



nr. 



n. 



TU. 



Tin. 



rx. 



1 

s 



9 



PMn aM other Titled Penoni 
ClTflSerHoe . . . . 
PoetOflke . . - - 

PoUee - - - - - 

Bart India Serrire (CItA) 
Kau lAdia Berriee (MiUiary) • 

Jltjoj - - - . - 
NaTj- - - . - - 

Ckrir 

Prat •taatMiniftcr- 
Prieeu and other relifione 
teaeban - . . _ . 

Barrieter, Solicitor, ftt. - 

Phyaldan, Sorgooo, fte. - 

Pariah Clarfc - . . - 

JOmgiKtst • - - - - 

Editor . - - - J 
Artiaft . . . . . 
Arehitaet, Sarre jor ... 

Seleatifle Penon . • . 

P r o fe etor of maaio - - ~ 
Sfh^MTJinaatar . . •• > 



Hotel and Inn keener 
Lodginc-boiue Iweper 
Kating-boiuA keeper 
Othen, boarding and lodging 

Dooseetie Sarrant - 



Hair-dreaeer - - - 
Hatter .... 
Tailor . - - - 
Ho»{«r and Glorer - 
Hoot and HboemakcT 
I robrella and rod maker 
Other* proridlng dieao - 



f 
S 



Hottae Proprietor — - — 
Mffrliaat ..... 
haaker . . - . . 
Broker (Stock. Share, and 

Colonial) - . - . 
Areat. Factor, Salesican - 
Auctioneer - - - . 
Commercial Clerk . . - 
Commercial TrareUer - 
Pawnbroker - - - - 
Shopkeeper - . . - 
Others, General Merehanti, 

l>ealm, aad Ageota - 



Saflway EngiM Drirer, fte. - 

T<^coIleetor - - . . 

Carman, Carrier, fte. - - 

Coaeh and rab owner and Urery 

»tab> keeper - . . . 

Boat and Barge man 
Otbare connected with inland 
natigation - - . . 

Shipowner - . - - 

Mariner . . - . . 

Others eonneetad with sea 

narigation .... 

Engaged in warahonalng . 

Heasenger, Pwtar - . . 

Fanner - . - - - 

Oratier . . - - . 

Otbers connected with agrieul. 

tare - . . . . 

Woodman. . - . . 

Olbrr* ctinncctiHl with arbori- 

cQltnre - - . . - 

Gardrncr - - - . . 






73 
3 

e 

13 



128 
119 



S71 
61 

4 

60 
194 

n 

61 



6 
80 



fiS 



701 

14 

9S 

21 

27 

157 

4 

103 

5 

16 



4 

ine 

30 

9 
»4 
88 

123 
12 
16 

120 

88 



10 

6 
83 

14 
8 



87 
199 

4 

81 

1 



8348 
15 

7 

8 
123 



5 

'3 






^1 

I 



\i 



3 



I 



4 



3 






3 

3< 






il 



18 

1 
6 

'2 

18 

1 

18 



1 

1 

10 

1 
1 



308 



10 



1 
16 

4 

3 
4 



8 
SO 



18 


1 

1 

11 

18 

6 



1 
IS 



124 
3 

2 

28 

7 

6 

89 

65 

1 

S 



IS 
9 

19 
1 

81 



S 

1 
14 



8 
41 

S 

S 
1 



668 

8 

8 
1 

1 
88 



2 

82 

1 



26 
81 



34 
9 

1 

4 
26 
22 

6 



8 
10 



28 



201 
8 
8 
1 

32 

4 
4 

SB 
2 

61 
1 
4 



8 
26 

9 
41 

7 

2 

88 

11 



8 
89 



801 
4 

1 
2 

1 
88 



3 
16 



14 
16 



17 
12 



4 
SS 

17 
10 



8 



138 
8 
1 
9 

18 

8 

8 

19 



27 



10 



9 
7 

S3 
1 

2 
26 

8 



6 

48 

1 

r 



888 

8 



19 



2 
9 



1 ' 
6 



12 
8 



18 
9 

1 
11 
26 

4 
14 



8 

4 



101 



9 

2 

1 

16 



15 
1 
3 



1 
7 
3 

1 
8 
2 
8 
1 
1 
9 



2 
1 



8 
13 



4sn 

1 



8 



9 

18 
1 



2 
18 



14 
18 



45 
7 



9 
24 

4 
8 



70 



4 

3 

5 

11 



10 
1 

1 
11 
6 
10 
8 
2 
9 



11 
12 



889 
2 

1 
1 



2 
11 



13 
10 



48 
8 

1 
8 

32 
2 

12 



27 



1 
7 
2 

10 



7 
18 



228 
J 



22 

1 



8 
18 



10 



74 
1 



18 
3 



3 

10 

1 

1 



1 
8 



13 



1? 
5 



J7 
1 



7 
14 



SI 



3 



8 



13 



13 14 



10 
1 



3 



10 



1 
1 



4 
A 



176 



WUU during the Year 1868. 



WILLS ON WHICH Fbobatb was osakted nntnio thb Tkab 1858 t i m limierf. 



I 



1 

00 



X. 



iXI. 



8 
9 

10 
11 

IS 
IS 
14 
15 



16 
17 



XII. 



xni. 



OCCUPATIONS 
OP 
JIALGS* 



•i 



I 



d 



8^ 



s 



^ 



9fi 



<v 






li 



I 



I 



sl 



1. 



58 



1 






I 



1.^i 









HoTM dealer . - - ■ 
Veterinarjr Surgeoo - 
Cftttle dealer - - - 
Fisherman - _ - . 
Others engaged about animala 



Bookieller - - - - 

IMnter - - - - - 

Other* engaged about pobliea- 

ttont _ - - - - 



Musician - - - - 
Musieal instrument maker 

EngraTer,ftc - - - 

Figure manufaeturer 

Rhows, Games, Sports 
Toy dMler and malier 

Civil Engineer - - - 
Pattern maker . - - 



Medals, Dies - - - - 

Watehmaker - - - - 
Other I'hiloeophieal Instru- 
ment makers- - - - 

Onnsmiih,&e. - - - - 

Engineer, Maohine and Tool 
maker - - - - - 

Coach builder, tee. - - - 

Saddler, ftc. - - - - 

Shipwright, Boatbuilder, ke, - 

Builder - - - - - 
Carpenter, Undertaker - 
Bricklayer _ - _ - 
Painter, Plumber, Glasier 
Others engaged in house oon- 
struotion - - - - 

Implement makers - - - 

Dyer, Calenderer - - - 

Others engaved in manufisetnTe 

ofchenueals - - - - 

Cowkeeper, Mllkseller - 
Butcher - - - - - 
ProTision dealer - - - 
Fi«hmonffer, Poulterer - 
Others dealing in animal food - 

Soap-boiler _ - - - 

Tallow-chandler - - - 

Others dealing in grease, bones, 

ftc. ----- - 

Currier - - - - - 
Tanner - - - - - 
Others, workers in leather 

Brush-maker - - - - 

Wool ttapler - - - - 
Woollen and worsted mannrae- 

ture - - . - . ~ 
Other workers, dealers in wool 

Silk manufiteture - - - 
Other workers, dealers in silk - 



Greengrocer - - - - 
Com -merchant - - - 
Miller _ - - - - 
Bnker - - - - - 
Confectioner - - ." . - 
Others dealing in regetable food 

Brewer, Maltster -. - 
Wiuc and Spirit merchant 
Grocer _ - - - - 
Tohaf eonist - . . - 
Others dealing in drinks, stimu- 
lants _ - - - - 

Oil and Colourman - .- , - 

Others, workers, dealers m oils, 

gums, fco. _ - - - 

Timber-merchant - - - 
Other dealers, workers in tim- 
ber- - - - - - 



78 
6 

S 

S 

7 

13 
1 

8 

4 

IS 
S 



1 
M 

8 
8 

68 

82 

48 

49 

109 
472 
207 
119 

8 
21 
20 

2 



84 

IAS 

28 

17 

2 

2 
4 



M 
2 
3 

14 

14 

60 
3 

4 
7 



14 

86 

105 

U.'i 

3 

7 

00 

65 

241 

18 

9 

4 

2 
86 



4 

8 
6 
3 

4 

61 

28 

5 



1 
10 



1 
S 
1 
1 
2 



8 
2 

1 
1 



2 
2 

10 

7 

13 

18 

10 

135 

78 

26 

4 
5 



9 
80 
B 
2 
1 



6 

4 

15 

80 



10 
1 

W 
1 



2 

4 



14 

1 

1 
1 



10 
2 

a 

25 

5 

18 

12 

15 

156 

60 

84 

2 
6 
6 



6 
85 



10 



S 
22 

80 

3 

18 
4 

06 
6 



18 
1 



1 
1 

9 
4 

6 

B 

20 
58 
26 
19 

2 
7 
8 



9 
29 

4 
4 
1 



11 
1 

8 
1 



4 

6 

14 

19 



16 
9 

89 
2 



6 



2 

1 



14 

1 
1 

4 

1 

6 

8 

10 

89 

6 

16 



4 

24 

2 

4 



1 
6 
20 
13 
2 
1 

15 
7 

22 
8 



2 



11 



4 
4 

8 

8 

18 

18 

5 

10 



2 

10 

5 



10 



2 



8 

1 

1 

15 
4 

4 
7 



2 

10 

2 



*1 
1 

1 
7 



17 
10 
28 

2 

1 
2 



1 
2 
14 
8 
1 



7 
11 
27 

1 



8 



_ I _ 



1 

t 



mils during the Year 1858. 



177 



WILLS OH WHICH Probates wbbb obanted dubiko the Yeah \^b%— continued. 



I 



OCCUPATIONS 

or 

HALES. 






8 



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o 

I 

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b 



1§ 



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H 



■a 
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4fi 










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8 
9 

10 
U 
U 

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XT. 



xn. 



XTIL 



4 
7 
6 

10 

u 
u 
u 



14 



Cork manafiutnre - - - 
Sawyer, fto. « - _ - 

Cabbut-makor, Upholateror - 
Turner - - - - - 
Box-maker - - _ - 
Other* dealing in wood foral- 
tnre - - - . - 

Cooper — »•.«» 

Frame-maker . •> - > 
Blodt-evtter - - - - 
Other wood tool makers - 

Basket-maker . - - - 

TluUcher - - - - - 

Other workers in eane, nuh, 

•traw - - - - - 

Bope-makar - - - _ 

Sail-maker . . - - 

Otiser woiken, dealer* in 

liemp . - - - - 

Draper - - - - - 
Laee roannfactore - - - 
Cotton mannfkctnre- 
OUmt workers, dealers in flax, 
eoCton - ' . - - 

Paper manoflMtnra - . - 
Other paper woricers, dealers - 



Coal miner .... 
Coal merchant - - . - 
Coal labourer .... 
GaswoAs' eerrioe . . . 
Oth^ workers in ooal, - 

Slme qnarrier ;- - - . 
Lime-bomer - - - - 
Briek-maker, Potter, to. - 

Earthenware mannfkotnre 
Cbtna and Glass dealer - 
Others engaged in eartheaware 
mannfactnre •> - . - 

Qlaaa mannfaetnre - - . 

Proeioas Stones ... 

Gold and SUrer smith - - 

Other workexv in fpAA. and 

ail*er . - - . - 

Tinman . - . - - 

Zine mattQ&etiire - . . 

Pewterer . — - - . 

Braaefonnder - - . - 
Loeksmith .... 
Bnttoa maoufketnrer 
Other workers, dealers in mixed 
metals ..... 

Iron-Amnder - - - - 

Whitesmith - - . . 

niack»mith . . . . 

Nail munafisctore - - - 

Iroamonger — - — - 

FUeamith . - . . - 

Cntler - - - - - 
Keedle maanflutnre 

Saw-maker - - - - 

Iron Miner . - - - 

Other workers, dealers in iron, 

steel . . . . . 



Labourer 
MMhanie 



Eaqvire, Independent, or Gen- 
tleman - . . . . 



person - 



OoeMixKvmf mo* $tated - 



1 

6 

6 
4 

4 



5 
4 


4 
4 



IT 
5 

8 

188 

8 

186 



S 

6 
8 

6 
5 

8 

7 

86 

9 
9 

8 
10 

4 
7 



7 

1 

9 

6 
S 
8 

18 

8 

41 

180 

5 
46 

4 
10 

3 

8 
77 

84 



874 

83 



9006 



15 



1918 



8 

9 

91 



4 
SO 
9 
1 
1 
1 



16 
7 



78 
9 



88 
8 



74 



1 
9 
1 

9 

1 

1 

1 
9 

1 
18 

81 



9 
84 
1 
8 
1 

9 

98 



101 
10 



911 



10 



109 



90 

1 

99 



9 

1 

11 

4 
4 

1 
1 



1 

13 
09 
1 
6 
1 
3 
1 
1 
10 



106 
10 



886 



308 



93 

9 

90 



9 

8 

6 

1 
1 



1 
8 
91 
1 
4 
1 
8 



9 
11 



23 
1 



194 



11 
6 
1 



4 

16 



9 



274 



1S4 



90 
8 
8 



8 
9 
9 

1 
1 



8 

1 

1 

11 



4 
8 



1 
19 



11 
1 

6 



6 



12 




1 



412 



111 



8 



3 



425 2>4 



110 



41 



U9 



19 



or 



20C 101 



25 



1 
8 



91 



00 



8 



178 



Administrations during the Year 1858. 



ADMINISTRATIONS Bunnre the Ybab 1858. 

! [Abstracted from the Calendab of the Grants of Letters of Administration made in the 
Principal Reqistrt, and in the several District Rboistriqb of Her Majesty's Court of 
Borate, from the Uth January 1858 (being the Day on whicSi the Act 20 & 21 Vict c 77. 
came into operation), until the 31st December 1858, both Days inclusiye.] 



OCCUPATIONS. 



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Si 

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1 



s 






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1 



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in 




KALES AND FEMALES 



MALES 
TEMALES 



8919 



5780 
8184 



887 



480 

SS7 



8780 



1061 
1089 



8817 



1097 
990 



1814 



787 
487 



801 



411 
190 



477 



897 
150 



805 



806 
97 



186 



94 



86 



89 

7 



87 



84 
18 



54 



40 
14 



19 



18 
6 



10 



9 
1 



CtAMES OF OOOUPATlOVf OF MALSS 

L 
Bd8M«A in Um ffeserml or loeal 
CkiTflnunaot of the ComitiT - 

BnxSfed in Um Defenee of the 
Gantry ------ 

in. 

JSofiSod in the Learned ProftMiona 
(iQth (heir immediate lubordiaatea) 
IV. 

^prtf^ in Literature, the Fine 
Aj$e, and the Sdeneee - - - 

1 V. 

(Belatea to Femalee.) 
I VL 

Engtted in entertaininir, dothing, and 
penonninff personal Ofllees for Man 
VII. 
XBgwed in bnyfng or nllinc, keeping, 
letmSt or iMdin* Monejf Hooeee, 
or JGkXMs of Tutone Kinda 
VIIL 
EpgljgH in the Conreranee of Men, 
Aipmali, Qeodt. and Meesagee 

Hwniing or woridng the Land, and 
ennged in growing Grain, Fmita, 
Ammala, and other Prodneti 

Xiig^ged aboot Animal* - ^ - 

Engaged in Art and Meehanie Pro- 
dndttone, in which matters of 
jariona iinda are employed in com- 
Hn»tk»i ------ 

xn. 

XagMed in woridng and dealing in 
AwBAlMattert - - - - 
XTIL 

Sagaged in working and dealing in 
SniUn derired from the VegeUble 

XIV. 
Ragyd in working and dealing in 

XV. 

Laboirere and other»— Branch of 

Labour nndeflned - - . - 

XVI. 

Fenoina of Bank or Propertr not re- 

torned nnder any 0(Bee or Ocoopa- 

xViif 



MALES. 



OOdflMKOM IMtf ftofcd 



no 

945 

889 

57 



514 



884 

IS 

440 
174 

484 



551 
8 

901 



8 



40 



14 



14 



89 



81 



18 



88 



SI 



46 



86 



98 



88 



167 

68 
118 

161 
8 

151 
51 

184 
189 
176 

95 

8 

844 



55 



59 



14 



188 



85 



100 



148 



56 



188 



108 



98 



Xii 



968 



80 



18 



48 



6 



67 



87 

168 
S 

64 



61 



U 

r 
189 



48 

SI 
14 

101 
1 

18 



IS 



54 



58 



14 



85 



15 



U 



61 



90 



10 



80 



14 



6 



58 



49 



10 



18 



10 



U 



41 



8 



18 



8 



51 



85 



14 



81 



18 



8 



14 



8 



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FEMALES. 








BPINSTEB8 - - - - 


1078 


76 


855 


896 


188 


78 


54 


44 


17 


4 


f 


8 


8 


- 


1 


- 


WtVEB - - - - - 


917 


98 


884 


988 


106 


89 


89 


17 


8 


J 


1 


8 


- 


«• 


^ 


• 


WIDOWS . - - - - 


1189 


89 


880 


840 


188 


78 


57 


36 


18 


9 


5 


8 


8 


1 


- 


- 



AdminiMtrationt during tke Year 1858. 
ADimnSTBATIONS Bmaa -aa Yus ISSS. 



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ADMINISTBATIONS ddeisq tub TiiE \m— Continued. 



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APPENDIX. 



CONTENTS. 



Lbttbb to the Bboistbas Gebebal on the Cadsss of Death in Ekglaxd in 

1859, by WuxiUI Fabb, Esq:, M.D., F.B.S., D.Ci; .... 183-195 



188 



Lettbb to the Begistbab General on the Causes of Death in 
EnglanDi by William Fabb, Esq., M.D., F.E.S., D.C.L. 



Yeab 1859. 



Sib, 

I BEQ to submit to jou the returns of the causes of the deaths 
which hare occurred during the year 1859 in England and Wales. 

Few men live the natural lifetime of a hundred years; and as their 
bodies lire, so they also die, by the action and reaction of their elements 
imd of the elements of the external world. 

The types of diseases have probably undergone as many changes as the 
human species, which accor^ng to the great hypothesis of Darwin, is 
itself the crowning offshoot of simpler forms ; but the evidence of patho- 
ic^c origins is rarely attainable, as species of disease are merely passing 
and necessarily footing states of the human organism. They do not offer 
the same unity of form as an animal or a plant ; and are in every way less 
sharply defined. Yet the new species are generated by the sanie law; they 
are at first as varieties confounded with old types, and are only recognized 
as distinct species when they have existed for some time ; so it is impossible 
to fix on the precise point of origin. Diphtheria is an example. It 
obtains a distinct line in the Tables of this year for the first time. Yet 
many indications of the previous appearances of a disease of the kind 
are found in medical history. Kay, epidemics of diphtheria are clearly 
described in the seventeenth century by Italian and Spanish writers. 
Some obscurity, however, hung round its history ; and in Fothergill's 
account, which Sprengei properly designates classical, the symptoms are 
confused by the introduction of tha eruption of scarlatina into his 
description. With that disease, with quinsy, and with other phlegmonous 
affections of the throat, as well as with croup, diphtheria, which is a 
better name than angina membranacea, was often confounded; and its 
frequent association with scarlatina in epidemics, justifies the inference 
that the dtphtherme^ its materies morbi, is some modification of 
tcarloHnine. 

It is evident from the annexed Table that diphtheria was confounded 
down to 18 j 8 with cynanche, and to get an approximation to the actual 
deaths from the epidemic, ^e two forms must be put together. And 
when this is done tiie rapid and regular progress of the great epidemic 
becomes evident, In 1859 diphtheria (including cynanche) was fatal to 
10,184; scarlatina to 19,310 persons. Both diphtheria and scarlatina 
attack young children ; but the relative fatality of the two diseases 



Tablb (1)— Dbaths in ENGLAND and WALES from Scablatina, Ctkakghx 
Mauoita, and Diphthejua, for each of the Yean 1855 to 1859. 




TEABS. 


ToUL 


SMvIattna. 


Crnanehe 
I>iphUi«ria.« 


CynaaelM 
Haliffn*. 


DIphtlMrift. 






IBM - - 

im ' ' 

1808 - - 
IM - - 


17,814 
14,160 
14,SS9 

so,8ir 

SMM 


ie,M9 
18,S07 
12JMA 
i3,711 
19,310 


<85 

606 

1,668 

6,606 

10,184 


190 

874 
1,978 
1,770 

897 


186 

939 

810 

4,886 

9,587 




^^ 


ToUl - - 


100,514 


M40S 


19,861 


4,918 


15.148 





• Colomii <it.tb0 toUl of Colama9.5 and 6. 



184 



Clauses of Death in 1859. 



dififers at different ages. Scarlatina as a general rule does not recnr. 
But the law of recurrence for diphtheria has to be discovered, and the 
extent to which it interferes with other diseases. 

The fertility of nature in the production of new diseases, is only a 
proof of the necessity of perpetual vigilance in observing and combating 
them to the utmost of our ability at their sources ; for in its zymotic 
diseases the solidarity of the human race is unquestionable. 



Table (2) — ENGLAND and WALES. Deaths and Aver age Annual Rate of 


MoBTALiTT from DiPHiTHEBiA "with Ctnanche Maliona, and from Scarlatina, 


during the Five Tears 1855-59. 






Deaths in Fire Tears, 


ATeraMAnnnal Deaths to 
lOOjOOO persons liring. 






AGE?. 


1855 59*<^om 






Diphtheria 




Diphtheria 

and Cynanehe 

Maligna. 










and Cvnanehe 
Maligna. 


Scarlatina. 


Scarlatina. 






AUegea - ~ 


19,881 


:86,158 


fO 


90 






Under 1 yew 


l.fiSO 


•6,709 


68. 


815 






1 - - - 


,«41« 


18,818 


88 


477 






S - - - 


S/tdO 


18,985 


88 


654 






8 - - - 


8,003 


18,840 


84 


640 






4 - - - 


1,900 


10,887 


88 


488 






Under 5 years - 


9fia 


65,589 


78 


441 






5 - - - 


5,419 


88,891 


48 


199 






10 - - - 


2.068 


5fi\9 


80 


49 






15 - - - 


1,086 


8,117 




19 






85 - - - 


894 


658 










85 - - - 


886 


816 










45 - - - 


147 


188 










M - - - 


106 


64 










66 - - - 


67 


87 










75 - - - 


19 


10 










S6 - - - 


6 


- 




- 






as ud «pw»rdt 


— 


^ 


~ 


-• 





IfoTB.— In ealcuUting the rata of Mortality in tLe aboTe Tabla the population in the middle of the FiTa 
Tears 1856-59 (1857) has been obtained on the aasnmptkm that the annual rata of increase of popnlatlon was 
nnifiurm between 1861 and 1861, and at the same rate at all ages. 



Table (3) — ^Deaths in ENGLAND and WALES from Diphthbrli and Ctnanchb 

Maligna, in each of the five Tears 1855-59. 



TEARfi. 


All 
Ages. 


Under 

1 
Tear. 


1 


8 


8 


4 


Under 

6 
Tears. 


6- 


10- 
17 


16- 
10 


85- 

8 


85- 


46- 


55- 
7 


65- 

1 


76- 


85- 


1865 - 


885 


56 


68 


47 


45 


88 


88S 


84 


7 


8 


1866 - 


603 


44 


63 


81 


64 


67 


896 


175 


65 


88 


8 


11 


6 


4 


8 


- 


- 


1857 - 


1588 


100 


188 


187 


152 


160 


696 


518 


884 


86 


81 


19 


8 


6 


- 


1 


- 


1858 - 


6606 


552 


741 


688 


695 


635 


8815 


1897 


686 


861 


184 


80 


56 


49 


26 


7 


8 


1859 - 


10184 


878 


1122 


1106 


1116 
9068 


1061 


5800 


r5i 


1001 
8088 


686.818 
1066 j894 


188 
8S9 


69 
147 


50 


87 


11 


4 


Total - 


19861 


1639 


8115 


8060 


1966 


9848 


6419 


109 67 


19 6 






Table (4)— Dbatus in ENGLAND and WALES tcom Scarlatina, in each of the 

five Years 1855-59.1 



tears. 


All 

AOES. 


1 Under 

, 1 
' Year. 


1 


9 


3 


4 


Under 

5 
Years. 


6- 


10- 
1078 


16- 
488 


85- 
188 


86- 

71 


45- 
86 


55- 

15 


65- 

( 
6 


75- 
1 


85- 


II 


1865 - 


16929 


1 
1181 


8806 


8700 


S887 


1957 


10631 


4688 


„ 


1856 - 


13537 


085 


1980 


8161 


2065 


1660 


8880 


8419 


800 


888 


86 


55 


90 


10 


8 


- 


- 


- 


1857 - 


12646 


! 855 


1790 


2032 


1W8 


1468 


8187 


8258 


766 


381 


104 


40 


88 


7 


8 


3 


- 


• 


1858 - 


23711 


1444 


8408 


3980 


8638 


2860 


15890 


6160 


1325 


557 


159 


69 


38 


10 


6 


8 


- 


^ 


1859 - 


19310 


1291 


2824 S0C3 


2993 


8879 


18551 


4937 


law 

5019 


469 
2117 


174 


80 


86 


18 


7 
87 


4 
10 


- 


- 


Total- 


86158 


6700 


18318 


13085 


18940 


10697 


56639 


91891 


653 


816 


188 


54 


. 



Causei of Death in 1859« 



185 



The discrimination of diseases at one time confounded, leads necessarily 
to the recognition of new types, and to new names. Thus under dropsj, 
diseases of the heart and kidneys were masked ; and heart diseases of 
various kinds, as well as nephria, are recognized as the seat and origin of 
diseases which were called simply dropsy in former times. The rise of the 
specified deaths by nephria (Bright's disease), from 430 in 1850 to 1258 
in 1859, is due to recent medical discoveries ; some of the cases which 
were then classed under dropsy are now distinguished. The increase of 
deaths by cancer and heart disease is due to similar causes. Ideas have 
changed, but this must not be confounded with any corresponding change 
of natural phenomena. Nature changes, but our ideas of her processes 
change still more frequently. An alteration of nomenclature will neces- 
sarily occur with every new interpretation of nature ; ^o it should be 
kept within strict limits, and be borne perpetually in mind by the student 
in comparing the morbid phenomena of distant ages and localities. 

The meteorology of the year, and the prices of provisions in their 
bearing on public health, have been already discussed in your Keport. 
But I submit below a supplementary Table of prices, to illustrate the 
decimal system of money. 

In all statistical calculations of a scientific character, the decimal 
system is employed ; as it would be impossible on the system of 
4 farthings to a penny, i2d, to a shilling, 20s. to i/., to perform the 
various calculations, giving the value of annuities, the premiums of life 
insurance, and other results, in any moderate time. Additional clerks would 
have to he employed ; and much time would be wasted. The same waste 
of time occurs in the ordinary system of accounts ; it is therefore desirable 
to familiarize people with the units decimally related, which suffice for 
the expression of all prices and values. These units are three, (i.) The 
i/. sterling, which requires no explanation ; (2,) the Jiorin or two-shilling 
piece, of which ten make iL ; and (3.) the mily of which 100 make a florin. 
The mil differs but slightly from a farthing ; for 25 mile and 24 farthings 

Tablb (5) — ^Price of Wheat, Meat, and Potatoes in the Years 1S52 to 1859. 



(Prioet in Shillings, Pence, mnd Vulgar Fractions of a Penny). 



AT»niffe Priees of 



Meat per lb. 
•t Leadenlwll and 
Newgate Jdarket*. 



Beef. 



Mutton. 



FotiUoes 

(York 

Begents) 

per Ton at 

Waterside 

Market. 

Soothwark. 



Arerage Friee of Wheat per Qoarter In the Market Towns 

01 England. 



Tear. 



Qnartera ending the last Day of 



Mareh. 



June. 



September. 



December. 





d. 


d. 


«. d. 


«. d. 


$. d. 


». 


d. 


». d. 


]85> - 


H 


H 


91 


40 10 


40 10 


40 


10 


41 9 


isa - 


4» 


H 


IW 6 


<8 U 


45 7 


44 


8 


51 10 


I8M > 


ik 


H 


U9 


72 5 


79 8 


78 


4 


88 10 


IMS - 


H 


H 


100 6 


74 8 


09 U 


78 


4 


78 1 


l&M - 


«l 


5} 


85 6 


89 9 


78 4 


68 


8 


79 8 


1S57 - 


H 


H 


UO 8 


M 


M 10 


M 


9 


59 U 


1858 - 


9k 


** 


110 


44 8 


48 5 


44 


1 


44 7 


1&59 - 


ik 


H 


94 


48 10 


40 8 


47 


8 


44 



», d. 

40 5 
68 10 
68 
79 4 
68 4 
59 

41 9 
48 4 



(Prices in Florins and Mils, on the Decimal System). 





MUl. 


Mile. 


nor. 


mib. 


Flor. 


mile. 


Flor. 


mfls. 


Flor. 


mib. 


Flor. 


mili. 


Flor. mlli. 


1859 - 


17 


90 


45 


50 


90 


43 


90 


49 


90 


49 


90 


58 


90 81 


1893 - 


90 


U 


85 


95 


90 


48 


99 


79 


39 


25 


95 


99 


34 99 


1854 - 


98 


94 


59 


50 


88 


31 


39 


75 


88 


17 


81 


99 


84 


1835 . 


98 


94 


00 


95 


87 


88 


84 


98 


88 


67 


88 


4 


89 87 


18M > 


23 


94 


49 


75 


84 


58 


88 


17 


34 


88 


86 


13 


81 67 


1867 - 


» 


94 


60 


88 


98 


91 


98 


43 


98 


38 


99 


96 


98 


1858 « 


99 


S3 


60 


00 


99 


IS 


98 


91 


89 


04 


99 


19 


90 88 


18&9 - 


98 


94 


47 


00 


21 


09 


90 


S3 


28 


68 


99 





n er 



186 Cauiet of Death in 1859. 

are of ih» dame value as 6(L : and no further change would be required 
in our coinage than bj a simple legislative enactment, to make after a 
certain date the halfpenny 2 mils, the penny 4 milsy and 25 halfpence 
change for a shilling, 25 pence change for a florin. 

The decimal system, it wiU be observed, expresses the prices of the 
common articles of food inteUigiUy ; thus mutton was 24 mils (farthings, 
nearly) per lb., potatoes 47 florins a ton, and wheat 21 florins 92 mils per 
quarter, in 1859. 

Classified Causes of Death. 

The causes of death were declared in 432,476 instances ; in 2821 cases 
death was sudden but was not ascertained, and of the causes of 5484 
deaths no information was supplied. 

L Zymotic Diseases. 

106,645 deaths were referred to this class of causes, which were fatal 
to 5 in 1000 of the population, and produced one fourth of the total 
deaths. Small-pox destroyed 3848 people, chiefly children, who had not 
been vaccinated. It is an instance of the rigor with which the infringe- 
ment of sanitary laws is visited ; for the children perish, and the parents 
lose their ofi^spring, by the neglect of a precaution of the simplest kind. 
19,907, children chiefly, died of scarlatina ; 9587 of diphtheria. In the 
previous year 30,317 deaths are referred to the head of scarlatins ; but 
they included 4836 deaths stated to be by diphtheria, and 1770 deaths 
declared to be by cynanche maligna or by some of the indefinite forms 
of sore throat. 

The progress of these three forms of disease, of quinsy and of croap, is 
shown in the Tables. 

Whooping-cough was fatal in 8976 cases. The fever which was fatal 
in 15,877 cases, includes the three forms of continued fever : typhus 
generated and diffusible by the exhalations of people living in crowds ; 
typhoid fever (typhia) diffused apparently by the faeces of the sick, 
«adi relapsing^ fever (typhinia), all of which have been so well defined by 
Dr. Jenner. The diffusion of medical knowledge will render their analysis 
in the national tables practicable. Erysipelas is still of frequent occur- 
rence ; in a recent outbreak at the Winchester Infirmary, its fatal effects 
were traceable to a cesspool. Metria (puerperal fever) an allied disease, 
was unusually fatal; the deaths of 1238 women were caused by that 
disease ; and 2258 by the other diseases incidental to child-bearing ; which 
will be referred to subsequently. Carbuncle is less prevalent and fatal 
than it was ; and happily influenza has not prevailed epidemically. 
Dysentery was fatal to 1379 persons; diarrhoea to 18,331, cholera to 
887. Cholera and more particularly diarrhoea were more fatal than they 
were in the previous year. This is partly accounted for by the high 
temperature of the summer quarter, acting on the impurities of the air 
and water. The temperature was ^*^^ above the average of the season. 
Ague was more, remittent fever less than usually prevalent; to 
rheumatism 2124 deaths were referred. 

Syphilis is every year increasing in frequency ; it is congenital. There 
can be no doubt that parents who have suffered from secondary syphilis 
often transmit the seeds of disease and death to their offspring. 

Hydrophobia is happily much less fatal than it was in former years ; 
4 persons died of the disease. In the last four years 14 persons died of 
hydrophobia ; whereas 56 persons died of the same disease in the four 
years ending in 1855. Of glanders 3 persons died. 

Passing to another order of facts, diseases directly referrible to defective 
nutrition, it will be seen in the Table that 52 deaths are said to have 
resulted from privation, 1017 from the want of breastmilk, 342 from 
purpura or scurvy. The feeding of children, whose mothers do not 
supply them with milk, is undoubtedly defective, and deserves the attention 
which it is now attracting from enlightened philanthropists. 



Comet of Death m 1859. 



187 



We have but an imperfect conception of the number of deaths from 
^cessive drinking ; but 545 deaths were directly ascribed to delirium 
tremens, and 345 to intemperance. The deaths in the year from the two 
forms of alcoholism were 890 ; exceeding bj 178 the deaths, 712, in the 
previous year. The high temperature probably increases thirst, and at the 
same time renders the action of alcoholic liquors more dangerous. For 
delirium tremens is much more fatal in the hot than in the cold months 
of the year« Thus in the twenty years, 1840-59, while the deaths ascribed 
to intemperance were equally distributed, the 2,546 deaths by delirium 
tremens were distributed over the four quarters unequally : ^6^y 655, 725, 
60s ; the smallest number occurring in winter (563), the greatest in 
fiommer, giving 1,166 in ^he cold, 1,380 in the hot half of the year. During 
the last three years, 1858-60, we have this result : in the cold mopths 
from October to March, the deaths of 140 persons by delirium tremens 
were registered in London ; in the hot months, from April to September, 
the deaths by the same disease were 204. The effect of the alcohol and 
the heat in producing delirium tremens is greatest at the age from 40 to 
60 ; but it is abo apparent at the earlier age of 20-^0. 



1858-60. 
Smmqs, 


Deftthe Moribed to Deliriom Tremeni 


All 
Aoxs. 


0- 


«- 


40- 


80- 


80- 


All SvAsONi 


844 


- 


149 

96 
4S 
41 
84 


170 

89 
49 
84 
88 


88 


8 


Jn., Ftb. MaNb 
April, UMjt Jnne 
J0I7* Aug., Sept. 
Oet., lioT.f Dm. " 


Tl 
101 
108 

89 


5 

4 
f 
7 

U 

11 


1 
1 


ColdSea$<m. 

Oct, Not., Dec. - J 

BotSeaton. ■ 
April, Hay, Jone, \ 
Jal7. Aug., Sepk -i 


140 
204 


- 


00 

80 


67 
108 


1 

1 



In the tropics, the combined action of spirits and sun-heat often 
4&pparently produce what is called sunstroke or apoplexy. 

Of the parasitic diseases thrush is the most fatal ; and a great majority 
of the deaths were of infants under one year of age. The ova of 
worms must be derived generally from impure river waters into which 
the refuse of towns is poured ; and although they do not frequently prove 
fatal, they are troublesome and nauseous, and often the cause of disturbance 
in the system. Scabies, and other skin diseases attended with parasites, 
require constant attention. 

IL Constitutional Diseases. 

Constitutional diseases killed 81,788 persons, chiefly in the middle and 
advanced periods of life ; 16,433 of diathetic, 6^,^55 of tuberculous 
diseases. 

Grout is nearly stationary. Thanks to the more intelligent system of 
dining which the wealthier classes, wearied of this racking disease, will 
X>robably introduce, we may hope to see it rapidly decline. Dropsy and 
cancer exhibit changes which have been already ascribed to the progress 
of medical diagnosis. 

Tuberculous diseases, including phthisis or consumption, the most fatal 
of all, increased from the year 1850 to 1853, and since that year have 
again decreased, and most decidedly if we take the increase of population 
into account. More than 3 in 1000 of the population died of these 
diseases, which caused 15 out of every 100 deaths. Phthisis was the cause 
of 12 out of the 15 deaths. 



188 



Causes of Death in 1859. 



m. Local Diseases.^- 

These are chiefly inflammations, and the resulting changes of the 
principal organs of the body ; they prevailed widely, and were fatal to 
159,686 persons. The brain with its appendages, the heart and the respi- 
ratory system, are the vital organs of man ; accordingly we find 54,53 1, 
17,133, and 59,853 deaths referred to aflections of the three systems. Of 



Table (6). — Causes of Death registered in England in each of the Ten Years 

1850—1859. 



(Saia. 


causes of death. 


1850 


1851 


1852 


1858 


1854 


1866 


1856 


1867 


1858 


1869 




ALL CAUSES - - - 


868,905 


885396 


407,185 


431397 


437305 


485,708 


890306 


419315 


449356 


440J81 




SPECIFIED CAUSES - 


356^71 


88S341 


395,401 


408305 


426319 


414338 


880367 


410317 


440329 


483,479 




(CLASfn.) 






















I. 


ZYMOTIC DISEASES - 


78^ 


90303 


96,107 


881448 


U7318 


88,153 


8I42I 


98318 


1103n 


106^1 


n. 


CONSTITUTIONAL „ - 


77,110 


8O304 


83,085 


883I6 


63398 


84345 


79300 


81369 


82,418 


81398 


in. 


LOCAL 


136,883 


185380 


186385 


148307 


144373 


158476 


143366 


153349 


163,488 


158388 


rv. 


DEVELOPBIENTAL „ - 


61,221 


64390 


66,154 


69,105 


66396 


69,190 


62,178 


68329 


6O395 


6938S 


V. 


VIOLENT DEATHS - 


18038 


18350 


18330 


13/89 


14340 


14365 


13302 


18353 


14,151 


14340 




(Okdku.) 






















I. 


1. HiABMATIC DitSASBS - 


74^783 


86309 


98305 


85315 


112313 


88,737 


77378 


89399 


106378 


louaa 




9. EWTBBTJO „ 


774 


867 


889 


874 


1386 


1479 


1361 


1444 


1,195 


1,»1 




8. DiBTIC „ 


lyseo 


1351 


1376 


1357 


1360 


8387 


1388 


1305 


8,118 


1301 




4. PABASmO M 
1. DlATBKTIO „ 


1414 


1,175 


1337 


1303 


1400 


1449 


1394 


1470 


1386 


13» 


n. 


18,715 


16,789 


16372 


17301 


16348 


17485 


15368 


16307 


16J90 


18,488 




1. TUBnCOT.AE „ 

1. DnSASBS OF KSEVOUl 
ST8TBM - 


60^ft5 


64375 


66463 


70315 


67445 


87330 


63338 


65,762 


65398 


853S8 


m. 


484K)7 


49351 


50346 


51309 


51385 


88365 


50384 


51319 


58361 


5438I 




8. „ Oboans or 

ClBODLATXOH - 


11,806, 


11317 


I8317 


18,740 


13388 


14368 


18378 


14,784 


18,486 


17088 




S. M RwriBATOBT 
OlOAHS - 


48,837 


48,759 


47,400 


56336 


82384 


68,748 


88306 


58330 


65316 


56JB68 




4. H DioBtTiva 
Oboani - 


17^846 


18368 


19381 


18365 


1930s 


18,746 


18317 


19458 


19346 


lM4t 




a. M Ubxnabt Oe- 

OAM8 - - 


8A34 


8A78 


3,488 


8353 


8,770 


8378 


4,150 


4,139 


4383 


4388 




a. „ OBOAlfl OF 

Gbmbbatioh - 


S21 


058 


877 


900 


13U 


1343 


1389 


1389 


1448 


l,I8t 




7. n OBOAirs OF 

Locomotion - 


1^ 


I3O8 


1,189 


13S7 


1300 


1,488 


1329 


I3O6 


1484 


14W 




a. H IlfTBOUMBlI- 

TABT STITBM - 

DEYXLOPMBirTAL DISBA8BS 

OF Cbilobbh 


1,848 


1369 


1387 


I3I8 


t.189 


8388 


8,167 


1389 


1345 


loar 


rr. 


83,918 


34,187 


34349 


24309 


33393 


88,791 


83317 


34,171 


13,413 


18300 




fl. „ Addlti 


3,366 


2368 


2378 


3383 


8,125 


1361 


1378 


2303 


8,U4 


231* 




a. „ Old People 


35,567 


35360 


96376 


39,180 


36,466 


89,n4 


38,981 


26347 


38309 


87404 




4. DUBABBS of KUTBITIOir 

1. AOCXDBNT OB KBOLI- 
OBNOB- - - - 


10,470 


12311 


18366 


18383 


14,413 


14,734 


13,718 


I53O6 


38360 


87380 


v. 


• 












« 


• 


12388 


is,ose 




a. Battlb - - - - 


« 












« 


m 


t 


t 




8. HOMICIDB - - - 


« 












« 


m 


844 


asa 




4. Sdicibb - - - - 


• 












• 


m 


1375 


1,848 




ft. EzBcunoN - . - 


• 












• 


• 


9 


T 




VlOLBHT DBATBS NOT 
CLAUSD - - - - 


18,128 


13359 


18330 


18,789 


14340 


14365 


18303 


13,858 


» 


• 




Sdddbn Dbatbj, Cauix 
0ma8ce&tainbd - - 


8,560 
6364 


8,458 
8397 


8391 
8,148 


43I8 
8374 


8398 
6393 


4489 
7388 


8,474 
6365 


8,403 
6,196 


3396 
5383 


8381 




CAUrat NOT •PBCIFIBD - 


5384 


I. 


Obdbb 1. 
1 8iiuin>poz - - - 
8 Measles - - - - 
8 Searlatiiw ... 
4 Diphtheri* - - - 

6 Ottinsy - - - - 
e wmp - - - - 

7 Whooplng-eoogh - 

8 Tyidiu - - - - 


4,665 

7/)8S 

18,371 

478 

4332 

7,770 

15374 


6397 

P370 

18334 

869 

4,180 

73"« 

17330 


7390 

6346 

18387 

891 

8,(>22 
18341 


8,151 

4395 

15399 

431 

8360 

11300 

I8354 


8308 

9377 
18328 

8368 

9,770 

18308 


8325 

73*4 
17314 

4319 
10,185 
16370 


2,277 

7,124 

14,160 

416 

6307 

9325 

16483 


l43'-'9 

I 
4S^ 

5379 

lo,i:« 
193I6 


6.460 

9371 

S0317 

I 

883 

6330 

11348 

17388 


8318 
9348 

i83or 

8387 

428 

8388 

8378 

U377 



t Order 8, eomprising Vldent Deaths in Battle, is mnitted, as inapplieaUo to Um elTfl popnlation. 
X The eases of angina membranaeea whleh woold now be pat to d^theria were temerljr olasied nnder the wiDe 
■ •earlaOna, but were distingQiihed in th« notM. 



Clauses of Death in 1859. 



189 



conyulsions 25,954, chiefly children under one year of age, died. This 
symptom is striking and distressing, and unmistakeable; but it is probably 
only part of the disease, which is the result of organic lesions, and local 
irritations that are never discovered. The irritation of teething, and the 
irritation arising from improper food, often give rise to convubions in 
children. Cephalitis is most fatal in early life ; epilepsy supervenes early, 
but it attains the highest degree of intensity in manhood ; insanity follows ; 
apoplexy and paralysis prove fatal at still more advanced ages. The 



Table (6). — Causbs of Death registered in Ekqland in each of the Ten Tears 

1850— 1859-~coii/inii€rf. 



0^ 


CAUSES OF DEATH. 


1860 


1851 


1852 


1853 


1854 


1855 


1856 


1857 


1868 


1859 




9 Ei7<dpelM . . - 


VK» 


\fi» 


vns 


1,818 


1,W7 


2356 


9,138 


1376 


9396 


1364 




10 Matna - - - - 


1413 


IVMW 


979 


799 


964 


l/)79 


1307 


886 


1368 


1386 




11 Carbnndd ... 


184 


161 


983 


959 


800 


956 


958 


959 


946 


988 




13 InfliMiiM ... 


1,880 


9469 


1,869 


1,769 


1/161 


8368 


1320 


1388 


1404 


141s 




18 Draentery . - - 
14 DiUTh(E« - - - 


,9;086 


9,186 


9466 


1,891 


1,948 


1^ 


1335 


1386 


1378 


1379 




11,4«8 


14,728 


17,817 


14,102 


90,059 


12470 


18316 


21489 


13363 


18331 




la Cholera - - - - 


867 


1432 


1,381 


4,419 


^"g 


837 


769 


1,160 


678 


887 




18 Ague _ - - - 


IM 


167 


161 


188 


149 


194 


196 


907 


988 




17 Bemittent Ferer - 


048 


607 


660 


709 


646 


676 


162 


270 


669 


. 400 




18 BheumatUm ... 
OESxmfl. 


1,749 


1,786 


1,930 


1,895 


1311 


9470 


8307 


1366 


1349 


9494 


























1 Srphllb .... 


fiS4 


696 


628 


692 


984 


947 


879 


957 


I3O6 


1/M8 




9 Skriotnre of Uretlm - 


907 


944 


961 


941 


956 


218 


177 


184 


186 


177 




8 H/dropboU* - - 

4 Oianden ... 

OSDES 8. 


18 


25 


15 


11 


16 


14 


6 


3 


9 


4 






] 


leretofoi 


recUuse^ 


1 with£ 


rpHpeUu 


1. 




1 


8 


























1 PriTation - - - 


73 


68 


64 


78 


87 


91 


69 


69 


69 


61 




9 Want ofBreast-mlllc - 


4A8 


663 


698 


682 


742 


860 


704 


820 


907 


1317 




8 Purpura and Souttt- 
OlDCX 4. 


966 


948 


934 


966 


282 


391 


227 


246 


841 


849 




840 


603 


487 


608 


651 


636 


461 


484 


494 


848 




828 


269 


308 


373 


318 


286 


967 


294 


288 


8a 


























1 Tbnuh - . . - 


1,U4 


1.176 


1^37 


1,909 


1,190 


1.149 


1394 


1470 


13M 


1317 




t Worn, »c. - 
Oboes 1. 




Hen 


itofore el 


^usedwi 


uqfStm 


naek. 




160 


168 


XL 
























1 Oonl - - . _ 


994 


914 


218 


917 


946 


287 


960 


223 


945 


988 




Sl>rop«7 - . . - 


9,980 


9373 


9488 


10,309 


9,396 


9362 


8313 


8,462 


8458 


841t 




8 CancCT . . - . 


4,967 


6,918 


6,477 


6,668 


6,896 


6316 


6350 


6301 


6,488 


^1 




4 Noma - . - . 


198 


96 


98 


100 


136 


178 


164 


198 


161 


1J8 




5 MortWcatlon . ^ • 
Oedbe 9. 


1391 


1AS9 


1,291 


1,819 


1,944 


1382 


1479 


1433 


1,198 


1341 


























1 Sooftila- ... 


9,484 


9,099 


9,680 


9,797 


2,618 


9366 


9331 


9461 


8304 


f2! 




9 Tabes Meeenteriea- 


4,019 


4,610 


4400 


4,965 


6,638 


4469 


4,752 


6380 


6317 


43'BB 




8 Phthisis - . . . 


40,618 


49466 


60,594 


64,918 


61,284 


69390 


48300 


60406 


60,442 


60440 




4 HTdroetphalm 
OsDim 1. 


7,181 


7,807 


8,289 


BfiW 


7410 


7,468 


T3W 


7,496 


7468 


7398 


m. 
























10ei>baUtis - . . 


8496 


8,828 


8,686 


3,618 


3469 


8,486 


M" 


8309 


MS 


8351 




9 Apoplexy ... 


8,094 


7,946 


7,896 


8,496 


8,366 


8346 


8378 


8378 


8329 


2ffi 




SParalTsis . . . 
4 Insanity - - - - 


7,817 
699 


7,687 
642 


7,911 
686 


8,378 
479 


8,368 
641 


83O6 
494 


8,497 
370 


8,714 
408 


8360 
686 


»4» 
448 




5 Chorea - . - - 


60 


77 


73 


67 


48 


69 


60 


44 


68 


U 




6 Epilepsj - - - . 


1,631 


1460 


1,936 


2490 


9/159 


9,186 


9306 


2,193 


2350 


Mlt 




7 ConTolsSons . - - 


93,000 


94,A09 


94,.M8 


94496 


94,579 


94317 


23346 


94332 


96,488 


ss 




8 Brain J[>iseatet ^.- 
Ordeb 9. 


8,fT78 


3,219 


3v869 


3,660 


8494 


8488 


3,424 


3363 


4364 


43M 


























1 Pericarditis - - - 


690 


£68 


689 


661 


694 


688 


631 


673 


686 


818 




9 Aneurism ... 


986 


289 


966 


315 


808 


819 


388 


826 


850 


8a 




8 Heart Diaeaat^ 4^ - 
0SDBE8. 


10,400 


10,906 


ii^n 


12,864 


19,086 


18359 


I23O8 


13385 


16300 


16448 


























1 Laryndds ... 


1,063 


830 


1/183 


1,007 


1445 


1,166 


1,294 


1359 


1389 


•MS! 




9 Bronchitis - - . 


14,611 


17,294 


17,078 


22,301 


90/162 


27,182 


21/28 


96388 


99398 


**^ 




8 Pleurisy - - - 


877 


9H4 


946 


856 


956 


1,153 


886 


870 


646 


918 




4 Pneumonia . - . 


90,308 


92,001 


91v421 


2ifi» 


28/i28 


26352 


22353 


98,467 


96,486 


*Mi! 




8 Asthma «... 


4,S74 


4,896 


4;)09 


5,143 


4,271 


6^464 


4,103 


43S8 


4313 


4394 




6 Lmmg DtMom, #e.. - 
Oedbb 4. 


9^09 


2,646 


9,569 


9JB59 


2,528 


V46 


2344 


9407 


3438 


«3ai 


























1 Gastritis ... 


618 


791 


685 


676 


765 


810 


816 


816 


789 


8V 




9 Enteritis . . - 


8^83 


8,864 


8^)01 


svBse 


8^14 


3325 


8384 


3.419 


8300 


33I8 




8 PeritonhU . . - 


1,248 


1,260 


1,804 


1,969 


1.482 


1368 


1310 


1,411 


1,466 


M2 




4 Asdtes . . . - 


664 


684 


696 


763 


748 


886 


760 


750 


666 


788 




8 Uleeratioo of Intflttfaua > 


791 


a^ 


976 


1,022 


911 


876 


946 


803 


800 


778 




8 Hernia . - . . 


7W 


708 


683 


779 


828 


874 


848 


814 


706 


789 




7 Dens - - - . 


1,140 


1407 


1,088 


144T 


1,294 


1488 


1490 


1433 


1407 


1438 




8 Intussusception 

9 Stricture of InteetiiMe - 


999 


968 


250 


944 


266 


943 


280 


254 


289 


971 




948 


240 


291 


941 


887 


988 


949 


978 


964 


960 




10 Flstala . - - . 


99 


121 


94 


104 


117 


86 


73 


96 


116 


9t 




11 SiomofA DUtaae^ fe. - 


t^7 


9,235 


9469 


9,000 


^}2 


2369 


9357 


9,438 


2460 


*^ 




19 Pancreas Diato»«% #c. - 


17 


8 


6 


9 


13 


6 


12 


15 


11 


91 




18 Hepatitie ... 


1,438 


1^468 


1,694 


1,690 


1,500 


1,446 


1,487 


1,444 


1368 


138t 




14 Jaundice ... 


1466 


1,282 


1,281 


1,239 


1,984 


1300 


1^46 


V^ 


I3O8 


1316 




18X»*er/>iMase,4^c.- 


8,M3 


8400 


8,948 


<•*!? 


8,902 


8320 


8316 


*^1 


*^ 


*^ 




16 .«>2m« Disease, 4^e. 


67 


86 


74 


04 


71 


64 


61 


78 


68 


89 



190 



Caxuei of Death in 1859, 



statistics of the insane require to be specially studied, as where they 
die of consumption, or of other diseases, the deaths are returned under 
those heads. The numbers in the Table do not represent the persons 
dying in a state of insanity, but the number of deaths of the insane 
referable to no other cause than insanity. 



Table (6). — Causes of Death registered in Enqlakd in each of the Ten Years 

1850— 1859-^c(m/mi(ed 



dau. 


CAUSES OF DEATH. 


1850 


1851 


1852 


1858 


1854 


1855 


1856 


1857 


1858 


1859 


- 


0bdsk«. 
INaphrito - - - 
2 Isehnria - - - - 
8 Kephria . ^ . - 
4£HAb«tM- - - . 
58tone - - - - 
6^titb - - - - 

7 Kidney DUea**, fe. 

0BDn6. 

1 OvaHaa Dronqr - 

2 Uttnut fc J)^a$e 

OBDim 7. 

1 Arthrltto . . - 

2 Joint ZHHOte^ fc ~ 

OsDim 8. 

1 Phlagmon - . - 

2 Ulcer - - - - 

8 Skin DiteoMCt ^e, - 

OBonl. 

1 PremAtare Birth - 

2 CyuuMis . . - 
8 Spina Btflda .... 
4 Other Halformatkma - 
ff Teethinff ... 

OBi>n 2. 

1 Paramenia ... 

2 Childbirth (tee Metria) - 

0^dee8. 
lOidAfo- . - . 

0Bi>n4. 
1 AtraphyaadDebilitjt - 

OBDnl. 
( ACfiXDUfT or Hboliobmob. ) 

1 Fnwtores and Contuions 

2 Oanshot- 
8Cnt,8tab - - . 

4 Bami and Scaldt . 

5 FolBon - - - - 

6 Drowning ... 

7 Snflboation - . - 

8 Otherwise - - r 

OBDn 8. 
(HoMXOun.) 

Oedks 4. 
(Sdicidb.) 

1 Gnnshot Wounda - •- 

2 Cut, Stab ... 
8 Poison - - - . 
4 Drowning 

8 BanglBp 

OBOsm 6. 


1T8 
91 
480 
422 
2i9 
214 
1,M0 


ion 
477 
40S 
204 
218 
1,598 


197 
106 
570 
408 
208 
281 
1J24 


887 
109 
641 
412 
224 
286 
1,798 


205 
118 
776 
486 
188 
276 
1,776 


244 
180 
796 
448 

234 

278 

1,881 


289 
83 
»S4 
438 
283 
270 
1,908 


268 
97 
963 
482 
182 
258 
1369 


265 
118 

1405 
514 
199 
256 

2326 


284 

V» 

I3IS 

480 

IfL 

278 

2444 


t 


219 
702 


186 
762 


178 
698 


217 
748 


280 
794 


208 
884 


211 
828 


287 
888 


289 
909 


277 




84 
M4 


72 

1/m 


84 
IJM 


81 
1,146 


101 
1,899 


80 
1,848 


71 
1,258 


68 
1344 


77 
1387 


81 
1304 




1,884 
840 
169 


• 1^ 
817 
198 


1,400 
296 
288 


1,862 
861 
205 


1,518 
858 
256 


1,780 
278 
285 


1,585 

289 
983 


1388 
800 
830 


711 
882 
808 


486 
884 

27T 


:nr. 


18|051 
187 
212 
402 

4/W6 


18,948 
280 
210 
846 

4,40b 


279 

248 

840 

4^18 


18,968 
895 
879 
891 

4,676 


18,680 
294 
243 
407 

4,860 


17318 
800 
247 
869 

4^7 


17,997 
341 
299 

880 
8,860 


19444 

350 

825 

380 

8392 


7387 
386 
818 
385 

4331 


74tt 
408 

388 

878 

3,780 




127 
2488 


87 
2,281 


98 
2,275 


115 
8,268 


70 

2jm 


61 
1,900 


57 
1,821 


52 
1,951 


51 
2363 


88 

2318 


t 


K^sm 


25,9^0 


26,876 


89080 


883^ 


29,714 


28,981 


28347 


28309 


r404 


' 


10470 


1 


ISfiK 


18/168 


14^12 


14,724 


18,712 


I53O6 


96360 


KfitO 


V. 

1 

% 


« 
• 
• 
• 
• 
« 
« 
• 


i 

4 

• i 


« 

■ • • 

• 

« 

• 
« 
m 




' 




^ 

9 


• 
• 

150-57, 
J>EBS, 
twing. 


5,159 

136 

80 

8425 
288 

2,184 
903 
714 


^48a 

lOi 

ff 

2378 
279 

2.4M 
959 
892 




•Intl 
the^ 

■ 
• 
« 

« 
• 

• 


ikpattc 
riolentl 
butai^I 

^ t 

•t 

n * 


>rtheTa 
deaths an 
»laoedin( 

• 
• 
m 
m 
• 
« 


bie,whic 
snotditt 
iiserimin 

• 
• 
• 
• 

• 


ihoompr 
inguishfl 
Alalyin 


isesDeai 
daoowdi 
the next 


thsin 11 
ingtoOi 
line folk 


844 


,•» 




60 
218 
119 
197 
870 

86 


' 54 
270 
118 
2(11 
840 
04 




• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


m 


8 




1 


(ExKCUTIOM.) 
1 W^tn-lwg • . . to 

Yioleat Deaths (notelaased) 

Sodden Deaths (Cause nn- 
aseertalnad) . - - 

Came not spedfled or Qt- 
ddtned . . . ^ 


f 


1 
r 


18,128 
8,080 
8,864 


18^ 
8^ 


18,00 
8,501 
8,148 


18,789 
4,018 
8,874 


14,010 
8,998 
8^ 


14,065 
4489 
7,886 


IMJM 
8,474 


18381 
8,408 
6,195 


> • 

8306 
8,688 


• • 

;23SL 

;«3w 



' ' 1 

t Up to tiie year 1857 eases ofsoeaUed ** debility" and **prematnre Mrth" were! olassed togvtbev; when th« bew 
slassifloalion was tntrodnoed ** prematiire birdi " was kept apart, and **(Iebili^ ** and ^ atrophy " wars tfamra into one 
Uae. This aeooimts for the changes in Um tablo nninbtrs. 



Causes of Death in 1859. 



191 



Fright was returned as tbe cause of seven, grief of eight, rage of five» 
anxiety of one, mental shock of one, melancholy of forty-seven deaths. 
The ages are d^tingoished in the Supplemental Table, where will also be 



(7).— ENGLAND. Causbs ov Pbath ii> 1S59. l^roportioiial Numbers dying firom each Class 

of Caoses, and firom each Canae. 



CAUBBS OF DKATH. 



L 

n. 
m. 

IT. 
T. 



ALL CAUSES - - 



m. 



IT, 



(OLAMIt.) 

ZTMOnD DISEASES 
OOHtfi'lTUTIONAL ,, 
LOCAL ' - n 



DXTSLOPHENTAL » 
TIOLENT DEATHS M 



(Oaoxat.) 
L 

&Esnxno 
ADono 

APAaAfRlO 

LDuxsxno 

ATCBSaOVLAB 



•I 



or— 

L 3riBT0Ct STITBM - 

A OaoAsn ovCxBcu- 
i.Anov 

A SitnmAT<nT Om- 
OAKt - - - 

A DnsiTXT* Oboams 

A UaUABT OaOAXt - 

AOaoAjm or Osm- 

KATIOM 

r.QaoAira or Looo^ 
«ono!f 

A 



LDiT. DnxASBt or 
Cbildsbii- 

A w AOCLTfl - 
A M OLDFBOrLi 

A Dn. or Kormnnoir - 
LAecmiiT oa Nso- 



ABattls > -> - 

A BoMiciBa • - 

A SmciDa • « - 

A Exauuiiov - 



1869 



njtmyxofioo 



A«t 

A87« 



5,215 

55 

U9 

70 



548 

s,a5S 



879 



8,069 

1^016 

918 

61 

66 

57 



681 

119 

1,890 

1^485 



BOVMM DSATBiiCAUa 



OBMEL 




TvvbwCandlmuitSe 

9 

18 Ml 

U 



Tt^tTi — — • 



670 

• 

IT 

64 

•4 




944,908 

187,890 

180,141 
88^859 



8,995 
5,968 
A159 



87,759 
150A88 



195,974 

88^U9 

187^ 
45,588 

10JB80 

9^54 

9,959 
A848 



98,957 

ASIO 

69,987 

64,801 



9Bjm 

• 

776 

M67 

16 



Itf 



A4B1 



197 


AMO 


490 


91,984 


ifln 


48,789 


489 


99/m 


99 


979 


980 


19,M7 


480 


98y890 


814 


88«474 


100 
68 


ts& 


19 


549 



n. 



m. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



19 InflnmiBa . « - 

18 Dysentery - - - 

14 Duurhom - - - 

15 Cholera- - - - 
18 Agne - - - - 

17 Rtfmitteot Ferer - 

18 Rheumatiim - - 

Obdkb a 

1 SyphUie - - - 
9 toietnre of Urethr* 

8 HrdrophobU - - 
4 Glanden - - •> 

OEDta A 

IPrlTftUon - - - 

9 Want of Breatt-fnnk 

8 Porpuaand Scarry 

OaDSB A 

1 Thnuh- - - - 

9 WoruM, fee* — — - 

OasKEl. 

1 tioot - - - - 

9 Dropey- - - - 

8 Caneer - - - - 

4 Noma - - - - 

5 MortUkatlon - - 

OftDSB9. 

ISeroftila - . - 

9 Tabes MeMnterica - 
8 Phthkfs - . . 
4 HydroeephahM - - 



Oedeb 
CephaHtit 
Apoplexy 
Paralysis 
Insanity 
Cborea 
Epilepsy 
Conroltions 



8 Brabt J>i$ta$e, fc, - 

OsdbbA 
1 Perioardltis - - 

9 Anenrism - - - 

8 Start Di»e<utt ^. - 

OmonA 
1 Laryngitis - • - 

9 Bronenitli - * - 

8 Pleurisy - - - 

4 PneomonU* %- - 

5 Asthma - - r 
^ Lmt^ Dittaat,^ - 

OedeeA 

1 Gastritis - - - 

9 Enteritis - - - 
8 Peritonitis . - . 

4 Asdtes - - - - 

5 Ulceration of Intest. 

6 Hernia - - - - 
r Ileus - - - - 

8 lotnssDseeptioo- •> 

9 Stricture of Intett. - 

10 Fistida - - . 

11 Stomach DiMOf^ ^e. 
18 Pcmcruu iMtaose, fc. 
18 Hepatitis - > - 

14 Jaundice - •> . 

15 Livtr Di$eem^ ^. - 

16 Splten Ditetmt, fc, - 



1869 



57 
71 

940 
45 
19 
91 

100 



56 
9 

•9 
•2 



8 
58 
18 
28 
18 



62 

8 



12 

416 

842 

8 

64 



154 

8M 

2,572 

871 



177 

448 

471 

28 

8 

114 

l;880 

235 



82 

19 

828 



68 
1,888 

47 

1,257 

217 

148 



42 

176 

80 

88 

40 

89 

58 

14 

15 

5 

186 

1 

76 
64 




9,555 

8,168 
42,111 

2J088 
585 
919 

4,879 



9,502 

407 

9 

7 



119 
9,886 

786 

1,258 

798 



2,796 
856 



547 
18^t59 
15,887 

865 
2351 



6,880 

11^445 

115,906 



7,928 
19J28 
2U10 

1V025 
12S 

R/m 

50,89« 
10,585 



M15 

858 

87/)02 



8/no 

59,791 
2,104 

56,815 
9^04 
6,821 



3 



1,900 
7JM7 
8,579 
1J60 
1,788 
1,751 
9,817 



684 

997 

A198 

51 

8,418 

AB88 

10447 

149 



IV. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



OaDsa 5. 

1 Kephritls - - - 

9 Isohuria: - - - 

8 Nephria - - - 

4 Diabetes - - - 

5 Stone - - - - 

6 Cystitis - - - 

7 Kidmen DiMtm^fc— 

OsDim 6. 
1 Orarian Dropsy 

9 CTisras, fc. DiiiMSS - 

Oedee 7. 

1 Arthritis . - - 

2 Joint DiBcase, ^c. - 

Oeoee a 

1 Phlegmon - - - 

2 Ulcer - - - - 

8 Skin DittoHt fe. - 

Obdee 1. 
1 Premature Birth - 

9 Cyanosis - - - 

8 Spina Bifida - - 

4 Other MaUbrmations 

5 Teething - - . 

Oeoee A 
1 Paramenia - - - 

9 Childbirtb(MeHetria) 

Oedee 8. 
lOUA«c - - - 

0Ei>Ba4. 
1 Atrophy and Debility 

Oedee 1. 

( AOCTDSMT or KSOU- 
QENCB.) 

1 Fractures and Con> 

tusions - - - 

9 Ounshot - . • 

8 Cut, sub - - - 

4 Boms and Scalds - 

5 Poison - - - - 

6 Drowning — — - 

7 Soflbeatiun . - - 
aOtherwise . - - 

Oedee a 

(bokicide.) 

1 Murder and Man- 
slaughter - - - 

Oedee 4. 

(SCICIDE.) 

1 Gunshot Wounds - 

2 Cut, Stab - « . 

8 Poison .... 

4 Drowning - - - 

5 Hanging - - - 

6 Otherwbe - - - 

Oedbb 5. 

(Exacirrioii.) 

1 Hanging -^ • • 

Other YioUnt Deaths 
(not elaieed) - - 

Sudden Deatha (Cause 
unascertained) - - 



1869 



15 

5 

65 

95 

10 

14 

100 



14 
47 



4 
69 



94 
19 
14 



889 

21 

18 

19 

191 



8 

116 



1*880 



1^485 



5 

4 

158 

14 

198 

49 

85 




2^90 
I4O8 



684 

4|886 



Alia 



188 
2^68 



"ffi 



17V073 



818 
871 

8,569 



128 
5487 



68387 



64^ 



1AB94 



17 



8 
14 

6 
U 
97 

8 



•4 



145 



179 

6341 

641 

5,799 

Ai8r 

1388 



776 



194 



478 
147 



16 



Am 



• Order 2, comprisiDg Yiolcat Deaths in Battle, is ootitted, ■• ioappUcahlo to ttf eiril pqpElatkm. 



Cauiet of Death m 1859. 



192 

found besides the deaths from neuralgia and disease of the spinal marrow, 
those from softening of the brain. 33 deaths are referred to cje diseases ; 
67 to ear diseases, the ear organs being in almost immediate contact with 
the membranes of the brain. It is questionable whether the deaths of 34 
males and of 30 females are duo to idiopathic tetanus ; for it is not 
improbable that the informant neglected to discover or to report the 
external cause in some instances. Onlj one death, of a j'oung woman, hy 
catalepsy is recorded. 

Heart diseases, and diseases of the large blood vessels destroyed 8^o3 
males, and %6i$ females. Of aneurism z68 males, and 103 females died. 

The most fatal diseases of the respiratory organs are bronchitis and 
pneumonia ; and these inflammations of the tubes and cells of the lungs, 
running into each other, are not always accurately distinguished. It is 
worthy of remark that while the deaths by pneumonia have risen in 
nine years from 20,303 to 34,514, the deaths from bronchitis rose from 



9, arranged in the order 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 







InffbeitlDii (Acrldiilil) - 



SpituBMiU - - 
Strinun D[ IntdUna 



Joint IHiaK, M. - 



C.uiuliii(WDindl(3Dlcbd() . 



Causes ofjOeath in 1859. 



193 



14,611 to 25,998. And there is no corresponding or countervailing change 
eitiier from consumption, or from the other puhnonarj diseases. 

The digestive organs are elaborate and subject to various kinds of 
disorders, which, however, are not so frequenUv fatal as those already 
mentioned. 19,842 persons died of diseases 01 the digestive organs ; 
including 12,598 from the diseases of the stomach and intestinal canal^ 
22 from disease of the pancreas, 7160 from liver disease, and 62 from 
spleen disease. 

Diseases of the urinary organs were the causes of 4736 deaths. The 
deaths by the various forms of these diseases are shown in the Tables. 

The deaths by the diseases of each of the next three orders of disease 
were nearly equal. 

The diseases of the organs of generation caused 115^ deaths ; exclusive 
of deaths by childbirth and syphilis, appearing under other heads. 

The diseases of the organs of locomotion, chiefly afiecting the joints, 
produced 1285 death»; including 6 from exostosis, 4 from moUities ossium, 
and 55 from necrosis, which occurred in 37 men and 18 women. 

The diseases of the int^umentary system induced 1 107 deaths, including 
those by phlegmon, ulcer, and several curious varieties of skin diseases. 

IV, Developmental Diseases. 

We now enter upon a new order of diseases. They are attendant on 
the growth, nutrition, and development of the body, and are known as 
developmental diseases — of children (12,300), including premature birth» 
malformation, and teething ; paramenia and childbirth follow (2^14% 
both incidental to women in the procreative age ; and then senesence, 
the decay of old age, to which 27,104 deaths are referred. 

Atrophy, or an apparent cessation of nutrition, and debility, are the 
only facts to which the deaths of 27,990 persons, chiefly chUdren, are 
referred. In Table 6. it will be observed that the deaths by debility of 
infants were classed with those fr^m premature birth up to 1857, and 
since that year with atrophy. 

The deaths of mothers in childbirth have been analysed, and the results 
are exhibited in the Tables 9, 10, and ii. 



Tablb (9). — ^MoBTALLTT OJT WoMEH BEXBUHG CmLDBSN at diffBTcnt Ages In the 

Five Years 1S55-1859. 




Ectimated 
Hamber 

of 

wonMB 

beftriiut 

Childnn, 

1861. 


Deaths diatinffoiihed in the 

FlTeTean 

1866-18S9. 


Annual Bate of Mortality. 


A«t 
of 


To erery 100 Motben bearing Children, 
the Nnmbar of Death* h7 


Motiier. 


PUoenta 

Prari* 

•nd 

Flooding. 


PuenMral 
Mania. 


Connilaiona. 


Bnptare 

of 
Utenu. 


Placenta 
PnsTla 

and 
Flooding. 


Pnerpeval 
Mania. 


Pnerpeial 
ConToUionB. 


Bnptnxv 

of 
Utenu. 


Sfr-85 
4»-65 


107^440 

8S8JS0 

166,140 

7fii5 


sao 

806 

1,014 
61 


lOS 

316 

80 

4 


481 

84S 

18S 

U 


16 

re 

61 
8 


•074 
•007 
•S87 
•307 


•OSS 
•096 
•019 
•020 


168 
•041 
•043 
•OSS 


•oos 
•ooo 

•014 

•ois 


USS 


600,846 


saoi 


401 


IfiU 


168 


•133 


•0S5 


•064 


•010 



In wtlwil a ting the annnal nMrtalitj a correction has been made for inereaae of popnlation. The annoal rate oC 
incraeae (femalee aged 16-66) 1841-61, wae '01200, and it hae been aunmed that the nomber q' women bearing 
ehildrai Inereaied at a nniform rate at each of the agee in the Table. At the age iA-66 tnere were 9fin deaths 
from ohildhirth and 6^86 from metrla in the 6 years 1656-69. Of the 9jm deathe from childbirth only 4^24 w«i« 
deeignated nnder any of the definite headingi of the eUus ($ee Supplemental Table of Canaai of Death ) ; 
and the deathe nnder each of the heading* in the abore Table are aaenmed to have been nndentated in ths 
■ame ratio, and zaiacd aoeordlngly in oalcnlatlng the mortality. A aimilar eorrectioQ hae been ip*^ A>r sach «go 
lathe Table. ^ 

* SzolnalTt of ost dsath at ag9 fmrtmtt in the year 1SS9. 

XXU. A 



194 



Causes of Death in 1859. 



V. Violent Deaths. 

14,649 persons were killed by violence in the year. This is a sad 
confession for a nation humane, civilized, and skilled in all the arts, to 
make. It is exclusive of any deaths in warfare abroad. 13,056 of the 
deaths are ascribed to accident or negligence ; 338 to homicide by 
coroners* juries ; 1248 to suicide, and 7 to public execution. 

Of the deaths by accident or negligence 5482 were brought about by 
fractures and contusions, 2978 by burns and scalds, 2494 by drowning, 
104 by gunshot wounds, 75 by cuts and stabs, 279 by poison, 952 by 
Bufibcation. 

Of 100,000 persons 75 die of violence annually. 

I referred in my nineteenth letter to the imperfect investigation of 
violent deaths arising from the unsatisfactory state of the coroner's office ; 
and a subsequent inquiry has led to an improved arrangement for paying- 
the coroners by salaries. We shall hope now to see great improvements 
in the returns of violent and sudden deaths ; so that 'the information may 
throw new light on their causes and form the basis of a thorough and 
searching inquiry into the subject. 

Deaths by Lightning. 

The electric force is distributed over the whole face of the country, 
and it differs in tension not only in different times, but at diffe nt places. 
We have no accounts of the trees, plants, or animals which it destroys by 
violent discharges in the several parts of the country ; and it is only 
since the act for registration that any complete account of the deaths by 
lightning in England and Wales, has been obtainable. e 



Table (10). — Mortality from Metbia at different Ages, in the Five Yean 

1S55-1859. 




A«et of Mothers. 


Estimated Vnmber 

of Women bearing 

Children, 

1851. 


Deaths from Metria 
in 1856-59. 


Annoal Namber of 

Deaths from Metria to 

100 Mothers ttTing. 






16-25 


107,440 


1,509 


•960 






S5-85 


838,790 


9^869 


•184. 






85-45 


106440 


1,860 


•169 






45-55 


7,545 


64 


•158 






15-55 


009,845 


6,288 


•161 




In flrnlftting the annual rate of mortality, a correction has been made for inereaM of popuJatioii. 


Table (11). — Deaths of Womek in CmLDSiRTH in the Thirteen Years 1847-99. 




YEABS. 


Kumber of Deaths from 


Deaths of 

Mothers to 

lOUXW Chndren 

bomaliro. 






Mebiannd 
Childbirth. 


Hetria. 


Aeeldents of 
ChUdbirth. 






1847 - 


8326 


784 


9449 


60 






18« - - 


8445 


1865 


9060 


61 






1849 - - 


8889 


1165 


9174 


88 






1650 - . 


8259 


1U8 


9189 


86 






1851 - . 


8290 


1009 


9981 


88 




- 


1859 - 


8247 


079 


9976 


89 






1858 - - 


8063 


795 


2968 


80 






1854 - - 


8009 


954 


9055 


47 






1855 - - 


S979 


1079 


1900 


47 






1856 - - 


S888 


1067 


1891 


44 






1857 - - 


9787 


836 


1951 


49 






1858 - - 


8181 


1068 


9068 


48 






1859 - - 


8406 


1238 


2958 


61 








18 7ean 1847-59 > 


41458 


18,445 


97J07 


n 





Cautea of Death in 1859. 195 

From the annexed Table it will be seen that i8 persons were killed by 
lightning in the year 18^7 ; i<5 in the year 1S58 ; and 17 in the year 
1839, They wore nearly all persons in out-of-door occupations, ja 
were males, 9 were females. 54 were of the age of 15 and upwards ; 
one only was a female child under $ years of age. 

Persons are therefore much leas likely to be struck by lightning in- 
doors than out in the fields, and under trees. 

With better observations, which we expect from the coroners, exacbir 
rules may be Iwd down. 

I have the honour to be. 
Sir, 
Tour obedient Servant, 

WILLIAM FAER. 
To 

The Registrar- General. 





Table (la) 


— Dbitbs bf LioBTNiNO in die Tbree Yean 1897, 18S 


,1899 






• 


»™„. 


Sin. 


„ 


OCCUTATiOH. 


««. 


i 


0- 




0- 


i^ 


so- 


1.- 


u- 


«- 


5&- 


II 


!! 


HnxKrfbr 

is: 

ssst. 

Wr.IhMH 

w 
W- 

m 


Ih - 
nil - 


'US. 
JiS! 

.IS 
13 All J; 

11 
1 

iis: 

lis 

ilHi 

.■JS. 

ss 

SH! 

IS 
iSr„ 
IS 


K 

is 

I 
t" 
»• 


la 

i: : 

[i 

i: 


1.^™™ - - - 

A^i.ulisnlLilxniTS 
Ukoum - - - 

is; \ \ 

Wat '- '- ~ 

&„• : : 

TOTIL - 




i 


\ 


\ 


\ 


i 




j 


I 














' 


• 


' 


' 


' 


" 


' 


' 


' 


' 



VHMX. OF DISTBICn. 



197 



[The folloiring Index famiahes a reference to the Number of each Distsict in the 
topographical arrangement adopted in the Tables of Abstracts contained in the Report, 
the numbers running consecntiyely from 1 to 6S3.* In finming the alphabedcaJ 
arrangement the principle is adopted of placing compound names in the order in 
which they are pronouiced : thus, East Ashfbrd vill be fouid uider the letter E, and 
not under A, as Ashford, East] 



Aberayrcm, 596. 
Abergayenny, 578. 
Aberystwith, 597. 
Abingdon, 123. 
Alcester, 405. 
Alderbnry, 263. 
Alnwick, 559. 
Alresford, 113. 
Alston, 564. 
Alton, 114. 
Altrincham, 454. 
AlrersU^e, 97. 
Amersham, 148. 
Amesbory, 262. 
Ampthni, 181. 
Andorer, 118. 
Ai^lesey, 623. 
Ashbome, 447. 
Ashby-de-la-Zooch, 414. 
Ashton-mider-Lyne^ 474. 
Askrigg, 537. 
Aston, 395. 
Atcham, 359. 
Adierstone, 397. 
Auckland, 542. 
Axbridge, 324. 
Azminster, 279. 
Aylesbury, 151. 
Aylsham, 232. 

Bakewdl, 449. 
Bala, 616. 
Bsmbnry, 163. 
Bangor, 621. 
Barrot, 136. 
Bamsley, 505. 
Bamsta^ 295. 
Barrow-on-Soar, 416. 
Barton-apon-Inrell» 470. 
Basibrd, 438. 
Basingstoke, 116. 
Bath, 326. 
Battle, 77. 
Beaminster, 277. 
Bedale, 535. 
Bedford, 179. 
Bedminster, 328. 
Bdford,56a 
BeHingfaam, 557. 
Bdper, 446. 
Beikhampstead, 147. 
Bermondsey, 28. 
Berwick, 561. 
Bethnal Green, 21. 



Bererley, 518. 
Bicester, 159. 
Bideford, 297. 
Biggleswade, 180. 
Billericay, 199. 
Billesdon, 410. 
Bingham, 443. 
Birmingham, 394. 
Bishop StortiR>rd, 139. 
Blaby, 411. 
Blackburn, 480. 
Blandfbrd, 270. 
Blean, 66. 
Blofield, 237. 
Blything, 225. 
Bodmin, 304. 
Bolton, 468. 
Bootle, 572. 
Bosmere, 220. 
Boston, 425. 
Bourn, 422. 
Brackley, 164. 
Bradfield, 126. 
Bradford (Wilts.), 258. 
Bradford (York.), 499. 
Braintree, 208. 
Brampton, 566. 
Brecknock, 600. 
Brentfbrd, 134. 
Bridge, 64. 
Bndgend, 583. 
Bridgnorth, 856. 
Bridgwater, 316. 
Bridungtoo, 524. 
Bri^rt, 278. 
Brighton, 85. 
Bristol, 329. 
Brizworth, 170. 
Bromley, 49. 
BromsgroTC, 392. 
Bromyard, 350. 
Buckingham, 154. 
Builth, 599. 
Burnley, 478. 
Burton-upon-Trent, 875. 
Bury, 469. 
Bury St Edmunds, 215. 



Ca]stor,432. 
Cahie,254. 
Camberwdl, 38. 
Cambridge, 187. 
Camelfora, 300. 



Canterbury, 65. 
Cardi£^581. 
Cardigan, 593. 
Carlisle, 568. 
Carmarthen, 589. 
Carnarvon, 620. 
Castle Ward, 554. 
Catherington, 111. 
Caxton, 185. 
Chapel-en-le-Erith, 450. 
Chard, 318. 
Cheadle,373. 
Chehnsford, 200. 
Chelsea, 2. 
Cheltenham, 344. 
Chepstow, 576. 
Chertsey, 38. 
Chesterfield, 448. 
Chester-le-Street, 548. 
Chesterton, 186. 
Chichester, 92. 
Chippenham, 253. 
Chipping Norton, 162. 
Chipping Sodbury, 331. 
Chorley, 481. 
Chorlton,471. 
Christchurdi, 101. 
Church Stretton, 354. 
Cirencester, 340. 
Cleobury Mortimer, 355. 
ClerkenweD, 15. 
Clifton, 330. 
Clitheroe, 479. 
Clun, 353. 
Clutton, 825. 
iCockermouth, 570. 
Colchester, 204. 
Congleton, 457. 
Conway, 622. 
Cookham, 129. 
Corwen, 615. 
Cosford,213. 
Coventry, 40a 
Cranbrook, 60. 
Crediton, 292. 
Crickhowdl, 601. 
Cricklade, 251. 
Croydon, 46. 
Cuckfie1d,83. 



Dariington, 540. 
Dartfi>rd,50. 
Daventry, 169. 



* Thus, the number of Marriages in the Aberayron District may at once be aaoertainad bv 
Inferring, in the *Jb§lraet cf Marriaffe$," to the District numbered 696 (see pam M) ; and in 
like fluumer the number of Births and Deatha, of Deaths at diflteent Ages, Ac wiB be fbund bv 
Tellenrii^ to the same district number in the appropriate Tables. 



198 



INBEX OF DISTBICflS. 



I>epwade, S39. 
Derbj, 445. 
Deyizes, 256. 
Dewsbuiy, 502. 
Docking, 244. 
DolgeUy, 617. 
DoDcaster, 510. 
Borchester, 275. 
BorkiQg, 43. 
Dover, 72. 
Downham, 247. 
Driffield, 523. 
Droitwich, 391. 
Droxford, 110. 
Dudley, 382. 
Dolverton, 313 6. 
Donmow, 209. 
Durham, 545. 
Dnrslej, 333. 

Easington, 546. 
Easingwold, 527. 
EastAshford, 63. 
Eastboome, 78. 
East Grinstead, 82. 
Easthampstead, 130. 
East Xx>Ddoii, 17. 
East Retford, 435. 
Eastry, 71. 
East Stonehouse, 288. 
East Ward, 673. 
EcclesaU Bierlow, 507. 
Edmonton, 137. 
Elham, 73. 
Ellesmere, 362. 
Ely, 190. 
Epping, 195. 
Epsom, 37. 
Erpingham, 231. 
Eton, 149. 
Eyesham, 389. 
Exeter, 282. 

Falmouth, 308. 
Fareham, 98. 
Faringdon, 122. 
Famborough, 41. 
Famham, 40. 
Fayersham, 67. 
Festiniog, 618. 
Flegg, 229. 
Foleshill, 399. 
Fordingbridge, 103. 
Forehoe, . 235. 
Freebridge Lynn, 245. 
Frome, 321. 
Fylde, 483. 

Gainsborough, 434. 
Garstang, 484. 
Gateshead, 551. 
Glanford Brigg, 433. 
Glendale, 562. 
Gloucester, 336. 
Godstone, 45. 
Goole, 512. 
Gower, 585 i. 
Grantham, 427. 
Grayesend, 51. 
Great Boughton (Chester), 
459. 



Great Ousebum, 492 a, 
Greenwich, 35. 
Guildford, 39. 
Guiltcross, 240. 
Guisbrough, 532. 

Hackney, 11. 
Hailsham, 79. 
Halifax, 498. 
Halstead, 207. 
Haltwhistle, 556. 
Hambledon, 42. 
Hampstead, 8. 
Hardingstone, 167. 
Hardsmere, 218. 
Hartlepool, 541 6. 
Hartley Wintney, 115. 
Haslingden, 477. 
Hastings, 76. 
Hatfield, 143. 
Hayant, 95. 
Hayerfordwest, 592. 
Hay, 602. 
Hayfield, 451. 
Headington, 157. 
Hehnsley, 529. 
Helston, 309. 
Hemcl Hempstead, 146. 
Hemsworth, 504 6. 
HendoD, 135. 
Henley, 155. 
Henstead, 236. 
Hereford, 348. 
Hertford, 142. 
Hexham, 555. 
Highworth, 250. 
Hinckley, 412. 
Hitchin, 141. 
Holbeach, 424. 
Holbom, 14. 
Hollingboum, 59. 
Holsworthy, 298. 
Holywell, 610. 
Honiton, 280. 
Hoo, 53. 
Homcastle, 429. 
Horsham, 87. 
Houghton-le-Spring, 547. 
Howden, 517. 
Hoxne, 219. 
Huddersfield, 497. 
Hull, 520. 
Hungerford, 121. 
Hunslc", 500. 
Huntingdon, 176. 

Ipswich, 222. 
Isle of Wight, 99. 
Islington, 10. 

Keighley, 494. 
Kendal, 575. 
Kensington, 1. 
Kettering, 172. 
Kejrnslumi, 327. 
Kidderminster, 384. 
Kingsbridge, 285. 
Kingsclere, 119. 
Kings Lynn, 246. 
Kings Norton, 393. 



'Kingston, 47. 
Kmtfesborough, 492 A. 
Knighton, 604. 

Lambeth, 31. 
Lampeter, 595. 
Lancaster, 485. 
Langport, 317. 
Launceston, 301. 
Ledbury, 346. 
Leeds, 501. 
Leek, 372. 
Leicester, 417. 
Leif^, 467. 

Leighton Buzzard, 183. 
Leominster, 351. 
Lewes, 84. 
Lewisham, 36. 
Lexden, 205. 
Leybum, 536. 
Lichfield, 377. 
Lincoln, 428. 
Linton, 188. 
Liskeard, 303. 
layerpool, 461. 
Llandilofawr, 588. 
Llandoyery, 587. 
Llanelly, 586. 
Llanfyllin, 609. 
Llanrwst, 614. 
Loddon, 238. 
London City, 19. 
Longtown, 567. 
Loughborough, 415. 
Louth, 431. 
Ludlow, 352. 
Luton, 184. 
Lutterworth, 408. 
Lymington, 100. 

Macclesfield, 453. 
MachynUeth, 606. 
Madeley, 358. 
Maidstone, 58. 
Maldon, 202. 
Mailing, 55. 
Malmsbnry, 252. 
Malton, 526. 
Manchester, 473. 
Mansfield, 437. 
Market Bos worth, 413. 
Market Drayton, 364. 
Market Harborough, 09. 
Marlborough, 255. 
Martley, 386. 
Marylebone, 7. 
Medway, 54. 
Melksham, 257. 
Melton Mowbray, 418. 
Mere, 267. 
Meriden, 396. 
Merthyr Tydfil, 582. 
Midhurst, 93. 
Mildenhall, 216. 
Mile End Old Town, 24 b. 
Milton, 68. 
Mitford, 242. 
Monmouth, 577. 
Montgomery, 608. 
Morpeth, 558. 
Mutford, 227. 



INDEX OF DISTBICrS. 



199 



Nantwich, 458. 
Nsrbertb, 590. 
Neath, 584. 
Newark, 448. 
Newbury, 120. 
Newcastie-in-Emlyn, 594. 
Newcastle-onder-Lyme, 369. 
Newcastle-npoQ-Tyne, 552. 
Kewent, 335. 
NewForwt, 104. 
Newington, 30. 
Newmarket, 189. 
Newport (Monmoath), 580. 
Newport (Salop), 868. 
Newport PagneU, 153. 
Newton Abbot, 283. 
Newtown, 607. 
Northallerton, 534. 
Northampton, 168. 
North Aylesford, 52. 
Northleach, 341. 
Northwich, 456. 
North Witchford, 191. 
Norwich, 234. 
Nottingham, 440. 
Nuneaton, 398. 

Oakham, 419. 
Okehampton, 291. 
Oldham, 475. 
Ongar, 196. 
Ormskirk, 464. 
Onett, 198. 
Oswestrj, 361. 
Otley, 493. 
Oundle, 174. 
Oxford, 158. 

Ptusoras, 9. 
Patelej Bridge, 49a 
Patrington, 521. 
Pembroke, 591. 
Fenkridge, 378. 
Penrith, 565. 
Penxance, 311. 
Penhore, 390. 
Peterborough, 175. 
Petertfield, 112. 
Petworth, 88. 
Pewaey, 261. 
Pickering, 53a 
PkMnesgate, 224. 
Plymouth, 287. 
Plympton St Mary, 286. 
PockHngton, 516. 
Ponteft-act, 504 a. 
Pontypool, 579. 
Pode, 272. 
Poplar, 25. 
Portsea Island, 96. 
Pottenpury, 166. 
Pretcot, 463. 
Preateigne, 603. 
Preaton, 482. 
Pwllheli, 619. 



Badfbrd, 439. 
Keadinff, 127. 
Bednttb, 310. 



Beeth, 538. 
Reigate, 44. 
Rhayader, 605. 
Richmond (Surrey), 48. 
Richmond (York.), 539. 
Ringwood, 102. 
Ripon, 491. 
Risbridge, 211. 
Rochdale, 476. 
Rochford, 201. 
Romford, 197. 
Romn^y Marsh, 74. 
Romsey, 107. 
Ross, 347. 
Rothbury, 563. 
Rotherham, 509. 
Rotherhithe, 34. 
Royston, 140. 
Rugby, 401. 
Runcorn, 455. 
Ruthin, 612. 
Rye, 75. 



Saddleworth, 496. 

Saffron Walden, 210. 

St Albans, 144. 

St Asaph, 613. 

St Austell, 306. 

St Columb, 305. 

St Faiths, 233. 

St George Hanover Sq., 3. 

St George-in-the-East, 23. 

St George Southwark, 29. 

St Germans, 302. 

St Giles, 12. 

St Ives, 177. 

St James Westminster, 6. 

St Luke, 16. 

St Martin-in-the-Eields» 5. 

StNeots, 178. 

St Olave, 27. 

St Saviour, 26. 

St Thomas, 281. 

Salford, 472. 

Salisbury, 264. 

Samford, 221. 

Scarborough, 525. 

SciUy Islands, 312*. 

Scolcoates, 519. 

Sedbergh, 487. 

Selby, 513. 

Settle, 488. 

Sevenoaks, 56. 

Shaftesbury, 268. 

Shardlow, 444. 

Sheffield, 508. 

Sheppey, 69. 

Shepton Mallet, 322. 

Sherborne, 276. 

Shifbial, 357. 

Shipston-on-Stour, 406. 

Shoreditch, 20. 

Shrewsbury, 360. 

Skipton, 489. 

Skirlaugh, 522. 

Sleaford, 426. 

Solihull, 402. 

Southam, 407. 

Southampton, 105. 

South Molton, 294. 



South Shields, 550. 
South Stoneham, 106. 
Southwell, 441. 
Spaldmg, 423. 
Spilsby, 430. 
Stafford, 367. 
Staines, 132. 
Stamford, 421. 
Stepney, 24 a. 
Steyning, 86. 
Stockbridge, 108. 
Stockport, 452. 
Stockton, 541. 
Stoke Damerel, 289. 
Stokesley, 533. 
Stoke-upon-Trent, 371. 
Stone, 368. 
Stourbridge, 383. 
Stow, 217. 

Stow-on-the-Wold, 342. 
Strand, 13. 

Stratford-on-Ayon, 404. 
Stratton, 299. 
Stroud, 338. 
Sturminster, 269. 
Sudbury, 212. 
Sunderland, 549. 
Swaffham, 248. 
Swansea, 585 a. 



Tadcaster, 514. 
Tamworth, 376. 
Taunton, 315. 
Tayistodt, 29a 
Teesdale, 543. 
Tenbury, 385. 
Tendring, 203. 
Tenterden, 61. 
Tetbury, 339. 
Tewkesbury, 345* 
Thakeham, 89. 
Thame, 156. 
Thanet,70. 
Thetford, 249. 
Thingoe, 214. 
Thirsk, 528. 
Thombury, 332. 
Thome, 511. 
Thrapston, 173. 
Ticehurst, 80. 
•Ksbury, 266. 
Tiverton, 293. 
Todmorden, 495. 
Torrington, 296. 
Totnes, 284. 
Towcester, 165. 
Tregaron, 598. 
Truro, 307. 
Tunbridge, 57. 
Tunstead, 230. 
Tynemouth, 553. 



Uckfield, 81. 
Ulverstone, 486. 
Uppingham, 420. 
Upton-^m-Sevem, 388L 
Dttoxeter, 374. 
Uxbridge, 133. 



200 



IHDEX 07 DISTBICT8. 



T 



Wakefield, 503. 
Wallingford, 125. 
Walsall, 380. 
Walsingham, 243. 
Wandsworth, 32. 
Wangford, 226. 
Wantage, 124. 
Ware, 138. 
Wareham, 273. 
Warminster, 260. 
Warrington, 466. 
Warwi^ 403. 
Watford, 145. 
Wayland, 241. 
Weardale, 544. 
Wellingboroagh, 171. 
Wellington (Salop), 365. 
Wellington (Somerset), 314. 
Wells, 323. 
Wem, 363 a. 
WeoWy, 349. 
West Ashford, 62. 
Westboume, 94. 
West Bromwich, 381. 



Westbury, 259. 
Westbury-on-Sevem, 334. 
West Derby, 462. 
West Ham, 194, 
Westhampnett, 91. 
West London, 18. 
Westminster, 4. 
West Ward, 574. 
Wetherby, 492 c. 
Weymouth, 274. 
Wheatenhorst, 337. 
Whitby, 531. 
Whitchurch (Hants), 117. 
Whitchurch (Salop), 363 b. 
Whitechapel, 22. 
Whitehaven, 571. 
Whittlesey, 192. 
Wigan, 465. 
Wigton, 569. 
Williton, 313 a. 
Wilton, 265. 
Wimbome, 271. 
Wincanton, 320. 
Winchcomb, 843. 



Winchester, 109. 
Windsor, 131. 
Winslow, 152. 
Wirral, 4^0. 
Wisbeach, 193. 
Witham, 206. 
Witney, 161. 
Woburn, 182. 
Wokingham, 128. 
Wolstanton, 370. 
Wolverhampton, 379. 
Woodbridge, 223. 
Woodstock, 160. 
Worcester, 387. 
Worksop, 436. 
Worthing, 90. 
Wortley, 506. 
Wrexham, 611. 
Wycombe, 150. 



Yarmouth, 228L 
Yeovil, 319, 
York, 515. 



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CONTENTS. 



PAQS 

BEPORT:— 

MjuuuAOKS, BiBTns, and Dbatrs ; their Kombers and Proportions to 

the Population, daring the Year 1860 i-ii 

lluimiAOBa in 1860. Knmber celebrated according and not according 

to the Bites of the Established Chnrch iii-y 

Be-marriages t1 

Marriages of minors • tU 

Signatnres of Persons married •••••• fii 

BuiLDiKGS registered for the Solemkizatiok of I^Iabbiaoss . yiii-ix 

Seasons ix 

Bmnia in 1860. Birth-rate ; Sex ; Seasons ; Children bom m and out of 

Wedlock ix-xii 

Dbaths in 1860. Death-rate ; Sex i Seasons xii^-xiii 

SuioiutT of the QuABTBBLT Rbpobts, 1860 : — 

FiKST QuABTESf ending March 81st . • • • xiii-xlx 

SsoovD QuABTBB, ending Jnne 30th • • . . xix-xxli 

Thibd Qctabtxb, ending September dOth • • • xxii-xxri 
FouBTH QuABTEB, ending December 81st • • • xxYi-xxxiii 

Hbalth of LoKDOH in 1860 • • xxxiii-xxxril 

Gbxat Bbitaik ; Population, Mabbiaoes, Bibtbs, and Deatiis xxxrii 

DxATHS in the Bbitish Abmt at Homb and Abboad • • xxxriii-xl 

Mabbiaoes, Bibths, Dbatrs in Emolaud and Fbabob • • xl 

BiBTHS and Deaths of Ekoush Subjects at Sea ; Mortautt 

of Mxbcbakt Sbajcek xli 

Pboobess of Registration. Aggregate Nomber of Names on 
the Reoistebs, and the annual Number of Seabches fob 

Reoistebs at the Centbal Office • • • • . xlii-xliii 



ABSTRACTS:— 

Mabbiaobs Registered in England in each of the Divisions, Counties, 
and Districts in 1860 ; di^ngnishing those according and those not 
according to the Rites of the Establidied Church ; and distinguishing 
also Persons married according to their conjugal Condition, Minority, 
and Signature of the Register by marks 2-25 

AoBS of 212,770 Persons married in 1860, distinguishing 

those of Bachelors, Spinsters, Widowers, Widows . . 26-27 

Mabbiaoes, Bibths, and Deaths Registered in each of the Dirisions, 
Counti^ and Districts in 1860; also Bibths and Deaths and 
Excess of Bibths oyer Deaths in each of the Sub-districts 
of England ; distinguishing the Sexes and Blegitimate Births 
throughout 28-82 

Deaths in 1860 in the principal Public Institutions in London • • 83-84 

Bibths Registered in the Ditisions and Counties (distinguishing Males 

and Females) in each of the Four Quarters of 1860 . • • 86-89 

a 2 



CX)NTENTS. 

PAOB 

ABSTRACTS ^cmHnued. 

BiBTHS of Children born oat of Wedlock Begistered in the Ditisions 

' and CouKTiss, in each of the Four Quarters of 1860 . • . 90-93 

Deatbs Begistered in each of the Four Quarters of 1860 (distinguishing 

Males and Females), in DinsiONS and Counties • • • 94-97 

DsATHS of Males and .Females at different Aoes Begistered in 1860 

in Divisioxs, Counties, and D18TBICT8 98-119 

Causes of Deaths of Males and Females in England, at different 

Periods of Lilis, in 1860 ........ 120-125 

SuFPLEMBNTABT Tablb of CAUSES of Dbath of Males and Females 

at different Periods of life 126-129 

Causes of Deaths of Males and Females in London, at different 

Periods of life, in 1860 130-135 

Causes of Deaths of Males and Females in England, and in each 

of the DmsioNS and Counties, in 1860 136-159 

Deaths from setbbal Causes in 1860, in the Divisions, Counties, 

and D18TBICT8 of England 160-171 

OCCASIONAL TABLES :— 

Mabbiaoes Beoistebed in the Diyisions, Counties, and Districts of 

England in eadi of the Ten Tears 1851-60 .... 174-195 

BiBTHS and Deaths Begistebed in the Divisions, Counties, Districts, 

and Sub-districU of England in each of the Ten Years 1851-60 . 196-387 

APPENDIX. 

LETTEB TO THE BEGISTBAB-GENEBAL ON THE CAUSES OF 
DEATH IN ENGLAND IN 1860, hy WILLIAM FABB, Esq., 
MJD., D.C.L., F.B.S. : — 

L Causes of Death 329 

(1) Zymotic Duetues 329-332 

(2) CkmstitutioncU Diseases 333 

(3) Local Diseases 835-336 

(4) Devdopmental Diseases .••••• 336 

(5) VioletU Deaths . 336 

Males and Females 336-339 

Deaths by Lightning 339 

Index of Distbicts, referring by Numbers to the several Tables of 

Abstbacts • 341-344 



REPORT 



TO 



The Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Barfc., M.P., Her Majesty's 
Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, 
&C. &a &C. 



General Register Office^ Somerset House^ 
Sib, Uih AprU 1862. 

I HAVE the honour to submit to you my Annual Report for the 
year i860. 

The aggregate number of names enrolled in the Register Books of 
England and Wales, in that year, was not equal to the number in 1859 ; 
but the decrease is not a subject of r^ret, for it arose chiefly from the 
fact that the mortality was comparatively low in i860. The deaths were 
18,000 less than they had been in the previous year*; the births were 
nearly 5000 less ; but the marriages were more numerous than they had 
been either then or at any former time. 

The men and women married in the year were 340,3 1 2 ; the children 
born 684,048 ; the persons of all ages who died 422,721 ; and together 
they formed a total of 1,447,081, which, however, does not consist t6 
its full extent of different persons ; for it unfortunately happened to a 
certain proportion of them, that they were implicated in two out of the 
three events. To many, the first dawn of life abruptly descended into 
night. To some the year of marriage was the year of death. 

The facts to which the present Report relates belong to the year which 
preceded that of the Census. When the population was enumerated on 
8th April 1861, it was found to be 20,066,224; and that its rate of 
increase in the last decennium had been 12 per cent. Accepting these 



Tabus L — Estimated Population, with the Number of Mabriaobs, 


B1RTH8, and 


Deaths registered in England in each Year from 1838 to 1860. 






Eitinuted 








' 








Teanendad 


POPUIATIOH 




PSBSOKi 


BimTBf 




Ezoeetof 








in Fingliind 
in tbeMJddle of 


BfAmUAOU. 




(exdaaJreor 
BtUI-born). 


DitATEf. 


Births 






Dee. 81ft 




Married. 




orerDeethe. 








the Teen.* 
















18aB 


ISMU8A 


118467 


986,184 


463,787 


849,760 


191497 






1889 


1AA15,S98 


198466 


946489 


499474 


888484 


158,090 






1810 


15^S1V0S9 


199465 


94548O 


509408 


859487 


149416 






1841 


15,939399 


199,486 


944499 


519,158 


848447 


16e4U 






1849 


18,198,7116 


118495 


Sf-SS 


517,789 


849419 


168490 






1848 


16,390,479 


1S8418 


947486 


597495 


846345 


180480 






1844 


18,519,565 


183449 


SJ*^ 


540468 


856488 


188480 






1845 


16,71M)81 


148448 


987^86 


548;591 


849466 


194,155 






1848 


IBjnSfiSl 


145484 


991498 


879495 


89t^815l 


189410 






1847 


17481,519 


185445 


971490 


589465 


498404 


116461 






1848 


17,84(^493 


188480 


976,460 


068459 


8W488 


168496 






1849 


17,559,090 


141488 


988,766 


578,159 


440489 


187490 






1800 


17,766,199 


1«9,744 


80\488 


568,499 


888495 


994397 






1851 


17,989349 


1M406 


808,419 


615465 


895496 


990,469 






185S 


18498,929 


158,789 


817464 


!?i^" 


407,135 


916477 






18SI 


18,404<481 


164490 


899440 


619491 


491497 


191494 






18M 


18,in6;i86 


159,797 


819,454 


684,405 


437405 


196400 






1855 


18,899404 


158,119 


804496 


685448 


49^06 
80<VMi6 


900440 






18S8 


19JMS,548 


150487 


818474 


657,458 


966447 






1857 


19,956^880 


158497 


818,194 


668471 


419415 


948456 






1888 


19,4n479 


156470 


819440 


655,481 


4494M 


905495 






18S9 ' 


19406,895 


167428 


885,446 


680481 


440,781 


949,100 






1880 


19408;918 


170,156 


840419 


684448 


499,781 


981497 





* The PopvlAtioii of each of the jreftre since 1851 b dedaced from the aseertained rate of ioerease obeerred in 
the twenty yean, 1841-61 ; and an allowance Is made for the deereaae in tlw rate daring the latter ten yean. 



ii 



MarriayeSf Births, and Deaths. 



results in conjunction with another fact which the last four censuses have 
revealed, viz., that the rate of increase has constantly descended durinj!^ 
the last forty years, it is estimated that the population of England in the 
middle of the year i860 was 19, 902, 918. 

It will serve, with a multitude of other facts that are familiar to most 
readers, to give a vivid impression of the vilaUty of the English people, 
to state that when young men who have now barely reached their 
majority were bom the annual marriages were about 120,000, and that 
in i860 they exceeded 170,000. 

The marriage-rate was well maintained through the greater part of the 
year, but especially in the Spring quarter, when Cheshire and Lancashire 
and generally the manufacturing districts appear to have regarded their 
position with a cheerful spirit. The average marriage-rate in 23 years was 
1*64 per cent (in other words 164 persons were married to 10,000 living 
in the population); but the rate in i860 rose to 1*71. The average 
birth-rate in the same series of years was 3*311 per cent., whereas the 
rate in this year was 3 '437 » & satisfactory resudt, though not equal to that 
of 1859. The average death-rate was 2*231 per cent, but i860 was 
unusually healthy, and its rate of mortality did not exceed 2 * 1 24, which 
is less than it had been in any of the twenty-two years during which the 
Begistration Act had been in operation, with the exception of 1843, 
1845, 1850, and 1856. 

The whole year will be distinguished in meteorological annals ; but it 
was the weather of the last six months that appears to have exercised its 
beneficial infiuence on the public health, and to have invested the facts 
with the value of a crucial experiment At Greenwich the cold weather, 
which set in towards the end of January, continued with the exception 
of three weeks in May till the end of June. Wind, with frequent gales 
of long duration, prevailed during the whole period. The summer (July, 
August, September) witnessed a continuance of cold weather, which was 
^^ bad," in other respects besides cold ; there was frequent rain, much 
cloud, scanty sunshine. But there was little diarrhoea, and the mortality 
fell remarkably. The last quarter of the year was generally cold ; from the 



Table IL — ^Proportion of Mabbiaoes, Births, and Deaths to the Population of 

Englandi 



Totn ended 


To 100 Persons liring. 


The Komber 9t Persons Urlnf 


Dee.SlBl 


Haeaiaoss. 


PKBSOXt 
MAEmiBD. 


Bl&TBt. 


4>BATHS. 


To one 
Marriage. 


To one 

Person 

Married. 


To one 
Birth. 


To one 
Death. 


1888 
1888 
1840 

1841 
1848 
1848 
1844 
1845 

1848 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 

1851 
1859 
18SS 
1854 
1855 

1858 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1800 


•771 
•794 
•780 

•709 
•787 
•759 
•8lH 
•860 

•861 
*798 
•797 
•808 
•800 

'858 
•878 
•891 
•858 
•808 

•887 
•820 
•809 
•859 
•855 


1*549 

1*588 
1'560 

1-588 
1*474 
1'518 
1*009 
1*720 

1*799 
1'588 
1-504 
1*616 
1*780 

1*716 
1*746 
1*788 
1*716 
1-616 

1*074 
1*669 
1*604 
1-704 
1-710 


8*089 
8-175 
8*195 

8*915 
8-911 
8*931 
8*973 
8-951 

8*888 
8*159 
8*947 
8*294 
8*840 

8*495 
8*430 
8*827 
8*408 
8*878 

8*453 
8*448 

8-866 
8*504 
3*437 


9'988 
9*185 
9'9H8 

9*159 
9*108 
9*128 
9*101 
9*088 

9*an6 
9*471 
9*806 
9*512 
9*077 

9*199 
9*938 
9*288 
9*889 
9-961 

9*051 
9-180 
9*309 
9-939 
2-ri4 


180 
196 
198 

180 
ISO 
189 
195 
U6 

lift 
190 
195 
194 
116 

117 
115 
119 
IIT 
194 

119 
191 
125 
117 
117 


66 
68 
64 

65 
68 
66 
69 
58 

88 

68 
88 
69 
56 

58 
57 
56 
58 
69 

60 
61 
69 
59 
58 


88 
81 
81 

81 
81 
81 
81 
81 

80 
89 

81 
80 
80 

90 
99 
80 
99 
80 

99 

99 

ao 
99 

29 


45 
46 
44 

46 
46 
4f 
48 
48 

48 
40 
48 
40 
48 

45 
45 
44 
48 
44 

49 
48 
48 
45 
47 


Mean. . 


'820 


1-688 


8*811 


9*281 


199 


61 


80 


45 



UToTC'The Table may be read thus:- In the year 1888 to erery 100,000 persons liring there weie 771 
marriages or 1549 persons married, 8099 births, 9288 deaths ; the number of persons living to erery maxriagn, 
person married, birth or death, was ISO, 65, 88, and 45 recpectirely. A eonrertion for increaia of popuktioa 
has been naade in Balcnlntlng the aboTe rosnlte. 



Marriaget^ BirAs, and Deaths, 



••• 

lU 



1 8th December to the apth the weather was of singular severity, the 
temperature at Greenwich having fallen in two instances to 7° and 8^. 
At Nottingham it fell to 8^ below zero. . There is no instance on record 
of a mean temperature for the four important months June, July, August, 
and September, being so low as it was in i860. The fall of rain at 
Greenwich in June was 5 * 8 in. The rain-table does not extend further 
back than 18 15, but in the long period that elapsed since that year there 
was no example of so great a fall in June. ,This amount, however, was 
greatly exceeded in more southern parts, especially Hampshire. The 
mean temperature of the air was below the average of 19 years in every 
month, except January, May, and October. The rain collected at Green- 
wich was 32 in., which is nearly 7 in. more than the fiverage ; and it fell 
on 192 days. The cold checked the development of those seeds of 
disease with which human beings are surrounded, particularly in towns ; 
the abundant showers and high winds swept them away ; and the result 
was a salubrious summer. 



Table IIL — ^Mabriaobs registered in Enoland in each Tear from 1S41 to 1860. 



TEARS 
Slit D«eamber 



1841 
1843 
1848 

1844 
1845 

1846 
1847 
1848 
1848 
1860 

1851 
1889 
1858 
1854 
1815 

1858 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1880 



]t3.408 
USJS35 
I233I8 

182,840 
148^43 

145,884 
185345 
188,SS0 
141383 
158J44 

154,308 
158,783 
184.530 
158,737 
183018 

150,387 
150307 
158370 
187^28 
170A58 



Aeoording to the Ritea of the EtUbUshed 
Church. 



18 


8 

10 
10 

14 
14 
18 
18 
8 

8 
8 
8 

15 
14 

9 



18 

19 
14 



15,798 
14335 
14^V44 

14380 
18313 

17,135 
17353 
16306 
16307 
17,413 



78315 
75J44 
79,849 

85,176 
08367 

08305 
84368 
80310 
011344 
98360 



17,781 89,406 
19,461*106,407 
30384.100,166 
81,048 *iaVMO 
90386! O93I6 



IS 



81336 
81350 
10358 
91)345 



104380 
103,1162 
l(Mit,482 
107,787 



30,743 |lfle3c5 






978 19379 

044 18,415 

1383 18314 

1558 18385 
1706 ,18310 

1868 18308 
1068 16378 
8170 15371 
2M» 1339U 
8136 ,U,7i» 

8851 10,418 

8610 i 43O6 

3814 4,430 

8811 I 4,185 

8804 4,001 

4045 8340 
3748 8368 
8787 
4304 
4343 



•8 



I. 



3-« 



8300 
8305 
3386 



114371 
110347 
113337 

130300 
138315 

130300 
130376 
1914480 
183.188 
1303M 

130358 
183388 
138348 
134,100 
U7,75] 

133310 
131381 
188,088 
136310 
187370 



Not aeoording to the Rites of tba 
Efrtahliihed Choreh. 



8,125 

8J78 

10,181 

18340 
14388 

15,155 
14368 
16,761 
18,701 
81J85 

83348 
34300 
86^78 
85318 
34363 

85J18 
38306 
87388 
81rM8 
32,786 



InRMle- 
teradFlicee. 



t 






8300 
7153 



So 

3818 

8087 
3961 
8058 

4190 
5683 

6570 
7470 
8375 
7818 
7844 

7587 
7360 
6648 

77.'S6 
7b00 



7181 

7689 
7488 
8060 
8663 
9638 

9540 

10017 

10149 

9878 

9396 

9710 
10686 
11004 
13519 
13843 



8084 
3857 
3817 

8448 
8977 

4187 
4358 
4790 
5558 

8307 

8818 
7100 
7508 
7508 
7441 

8007 

9648 

9958 

10844 

11357 



86 
58 
61 

55 

74 

68 
88 

87 
58 

80 

85 

57 
68 
53 
57 

78 
67 
70 
70 
75 



US 
188 
181 

175 
180 



184 
188 



947 



818 
811 
330 
834 
813 



TEARS 

•ndfaif 



1841 
1819 

1848 
1844 
1845 

1848 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 

1851 
1859 



1854 

1855 

1858 
1857 
18S8 
1890 
1860 



3f«rriaMs 
het^ 



contracted 
ween 



r. 



I" 



119389 

181334 
118376 
118384 
U6484 
134381 

198318 
180378 
188398 
181,141 
183308 

120360 
I8O317 
187,165 
137,005 
189^ 



5897 
8705 
5990 
6109 
8578 



7189 
8836 
6775 

7163 
6908 
6711 
7058 
7008 



11385 

13313 
11367 
13,708 
18085 
14358 

I43I8 
143M 
14,780 
14,180 
14380 

14,468 
14398 
14347 
15*403 
15358 



1 






8841 

6131 
5897 
6334 
6408 
7580 

7380 
7870 
7610 
7571 
7660 

7752 
7570 
7644 
8161 
8360 



Re-nuurrled. 



S 



15310 
16305 
16341 
18,176 

18348 
17364 
10326 
10317 
88038 

31363 
31,414 
82358 
81,760 
81340 

22314 
21378 
32,101 
ZiAH 
38318 



10379 
10311 
11,188 
13368 

18088 
11,808 
12344 
13304 
14055 

183^5 
14386 
14,758 
14387 
14,435 

14315 
14,487 
14355 
15310 
15358 



Under Age. 



5888 

5887 
5511 
5515 
6367 

6818 
5558 
8098 

6650 
7458 

7787 
8551 
9181 
9810 
8886 

9180 
8885 

0145 
10307 
10797 



18385 
16308 
16^408 
17,410 
19378 

8O3OI 
18,118 
19,488 
91005 
83000 

94386 
98378 
39310 
88,797 

87307 

89318 
88J9e 
9M84 
82341 
33337 



Signed the Murriage Renter 
with Marks. 



I 



80.014 
88381 
40330 
48313 
47365 

47388 
48,439 
48,166 
44387 
47378 

47339 
48«4S1 
4fti988 
47348 
44346 

45300 
443I8 
48,141 
44307 
43,401 



59,<<80 
56385 
60,715 
65378 
71389 

70,145 
8I377 
6SJ71 
85,185 
703O6 

8O3I8 
70,n8 
72304 
88075 
63373 

64088 
81,765 
58,733 
63,187 
6I377 




88388 
38374 



36,186 
86386 
87345 
85355 
83,130 

88388 
80318 
88081 
30374 
38304 




44379 
48,891 
47307 
45*509 
.483*0 

45387 
44,749 
48311 
46,788 
47370 



IV 



Marriages. 



The fall of rain was greatest between latitudes 49° and ji°, near the 
first of which the amount in the year was 48 iA. ; next to that region it 
was greatest between 53° and 56^. The smallest quantity fell at stations 
in the intervening space. 

The excess of births over deaths was great ; it amounted to 26 1,3 27, 
Reckoning from the middle of the previous jear to the same period in 
i%6oy the natural increase may be stated at 716 daily* but the actual 
increase was probably 592. K the latter estimate is correct, it foUowB 
that while Irishmen^ Scotchmen, colonists, and foreigners poured their 
tributary rills into the population, the great stream of ^nigration reduced 
it below its natural level, and the result was an average daily loss of 
124 persons. The Emigration Commissioners account for a considerable 
part of the efflux, for it appears from their Reports that the number of 
emigrants of English origin returned to them was about ^S^ssg^ or a daily 
average of 91. 

Masbiages« 

There were 170,156 marrif^es in the year, of which 137,370 were 
solemnized according to 'the rites of the Established Church. It was 
mentioned above that marriages were more numerous than in the pre- 



Tablb IV. 

** 




MABBIAQES. 


Estimated to 100 penoni liring. 


Priee of Wheat 
perQoarter. 


TEAKS. 

• 


TolOOpenons 


By Buuu to one 
Marriage by 


Marriagat 

of the hither 

andmidale 


JforriaaiM 
ot the ATtiwMkB 
and Labourers 




Lioenoe. 


ClAMea. 


and other Classes. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


• 

6 


AVERAOB : 










», d. 


Of 7 years of 
highest prices 


► •804* 


4-936 


•135 


•669 


66 3 


Of 6 years of 
intOTnediate prices 


} •845 


5-431 


•131 


•714 


52 3 


Of 7 years of 
hwest prices 


} -830 


5-429 


•139 


•701 


43 2 


185s 


•808 


4-883 


•137 


•671 


74 8 


1854 


•858 


4991 


•H3 


-715 


72 5 


1847 


•793 


4-977 


'^SS 


•660 


69 9 


1856 


•837 


4^888 


•14a 


•695 


69 a 


1841 


•769 


4-940 


•ia9 


•640 


64 4 


184a 


•737 


5 •07a 


•131 


•6i6 


57 3 


1857 


•8a6 


4^803 


•14a 


•684 


56 5 


1846 


•861 


5^4a7 


•134 


•727 


54 8 


1853 


•894 


5-293 


•14a 


•752 


53 3 


i860 


•855 


5*240 


'137 


•718 


53 3 


1844 


•801 , 


5-705 


•119 


•68a 


51 3 


1845 


•860 


5*799 


•lao 


•734 


50 10 


1848 


•797 


5-121 


•130 


•667 


50 6 


1843 


•759 


5-490 


•117 '643 1 


50 I 


1849 


•808 


5-429 


•ia6 


•68a 


44 3 


1858 


•8oa 


5-058 


•132 


•670 


44 3 


1859 


•85a 


5*296 


-135 


•717 
•738 


43 10 


185a 


•873 


5-472 


-135 


40 9 


1850 


•860 


5-666 


•139 


•731 


40 3 


1851 


•858 


5*591 


'130 


•7a8 


3» 6 



* Disregarding the decimal point, this will read 804 marriages were celebrated to 
erery 100,000 of the population { 135 were marriages by licence. 669 were marriages by 
.banns. It may be assomed that these two groups represent the whole of the corresponding 
of society, whether belonging to the Church or not. 



MarriagtM. y 

▼ious jear ; and it appears that all denominations^ established and non- 
established, participated more or less in the increase. A very trifling 
decrease in Jewish marriages, which numbered 312, constituted the onlj 
exception. Those in the Superintendent Registrar's office (11,257) also 
increased; and they formed rather more than a third of the whole number 
(32,786) not celebrated in the Established Church. Roman Catholic 
marriages (7,800) formed part of the remainder. Seven tj-five were 
performed at Quakers* meetings. 

Of the 137,370 marriages in Church, 1 08,68 j were performed after 
publication of banns, 20,742 bj licence, 4243 upon Superintendent Regis- 
trar's certificate, 14 bj speciid licence. But this statement is given as 
indicating proportions, not as a representation of the exact numbers, for 
in 3686 cases the clergj omitted to state whether the marriages were bj 
licence or banns. The instances, however, in which this neglect occurs, 
exhibit a decided annual decrease. 

The proportion of marriages by banns to those bj licence was 5 * 24 to 
one. Wheat was at an average price of 53^. ^d,^ which may be termed 
** intermediate." By comparing groups of years, distinguished as dear, 
cheap, and moderate, it will be seen that those when moderate prices 
ruled were most favourable in the general opinion of the unmarried for 
laying the foundation of domestic establishments. The year 1 860 helped 
to confirm that result J£ licence and banns be taken as the respective 
badges of capital and labour, it may be shown that in years of middle 
and low prices marriage was most frequent in the working classes ; in 
years of high prices it was most frequent in the middle and upper classes ; 
but in the '^ intermediate " priced year of i860 the marriage-rate was 
remarkably well maintained amongst rich and poor alike. 

Of the bachelors who married, 139,440 chose spinsters, and of the 
widowers who married, 8260 selected widows. The bachelors who married 
widows were not quite so many as the widowers who got widows ; but it 
happened singularly enough, that the widowers who married spinsters 
were exactly equal to both. In other words, the whole number of widows 
who renewed the nuptial vow was 15,358 ; and the number of spinsters 
who married widowers was 15,358. All these proportions are kept with 
much uniformity year after year. 



Tabui v. — Mabriaoxs. The Proportioii per Cent of Minors of each Sex, of Males 
and Females who signed the Register with Marhsy and of Persons who were Widowers 
or Widows, 





To 100 Harried. 


TRABS 


YtanofAgt. 


The Propoitkm who | 
tigmdlk€Marriagt.H«giMUr 
with Mark». 


The Proportion who were 


Slst Dtoember 


ICalM. 


FemalM. 


Mean. 


Male*. FeniAles. 


Mean. 


Widowers. 


Widows. 


Mean. 


ISU 


4*88 


18*98 


8*88 


89*7 


488 


40*8 


•19*30 


•8*99 


•10*95 


IStt 


4*58 


18*47 


9*00 


89*0 


47*9 


40*0 


18*14 


8*90 


11*09 


1S4S 


4*45 


18*95 


8*85 


88*7 


49*0 


40*9 


18*17 


8*78 


. 10*05 


18U 


4*17 


IS'18 


8*67 


89*4 


49*9 


40*8 


19*81 


8*46 


10*68 


1S45 


4*87 


U'48 


8*96 


88*9 


49*8 


41*4 


19*84 


6*00 


io*et 


1848 


4*88 


18*78 


9*06 


89*6 


48*9 


40*4 


19*59 


8*88 


10*48 


1847 


4*00 


18*84 


8*79 


81*9 


45*5 


88*4 


19*96 


8*54 


10*74 


1848 


4*41 


14*06 


9*94 


81*9 


45*4 


88*8 


18*76 


8*86 


11*81 


1849 


4*69 


14*88 


9*79 


81*0 


45*9 


88*5 


18*85 


8*88 


11*87 


1800 


4*88 


15*18 


10*01 


81*1 


46*9 


88*f 


14*49 


9*97 


11*88 


1851 


5*09 


15*75 


10*89 


80*8 


45*8 


88*1 


18*98 


9*00 


11*49 


1809 


5*89 


16*99 


11*19 


80*5 


44*8 


87*6 


18*49 


8*86 


11*18 


1853 


5*55 


17*76 


11*66 


80*4 


48*9 


87*9 


13-59 


8*97 


11*98 


1854 


5*77 


18*08 


11*90 


80*0 


49*7 


86*4 


13*69 


9*01 


11*89 


1855 


5*51 


17*89 


U-70 


99-5 


41-9 


35-4 


14-49 


9-49 


U-98 


US : 


5*7J 


18*84 


19*08 


98*8 


40'9 


34*5 


18*94 


9*86 


11*65 


5*5S 


18*10 


11*84 


97*7 


88-8 


88-8 


18*75 


9-11 


11*48 


1858 


5*86 


18-37 


19*19 


97*0 


87*6 


89-8 


14*29 


0-90 


11-71 


18» 


6-90 


19*10 


19*65 


98*7 


87*6 


89*9 


14-10 


9*07 


11*59 


1860 


8*85 


19*35 


19*85 


95*5 


88*9 


809 


18*88 


9*08 


U'46 



• Tbt proportion of WUowen and Widows in the YearlMl is for the Septamber and December qoartert onlj. 



VI 



Marriages. 



Rc'inarriages. — The number of widowers who entered into wedlock 
was to that of widows nearly as 8 to 5. Among persons who married, 
the proportion of those who did not marrj for the first time was 1 1 per 



cent. 



Table VL— ENGLAND. Masriaobs. — Pboportional Number of MAsaxAOBS in 
the seyeral Coonties of Engtand during the Year I860 ; of Persons who signed Uieir 
Names; of Persons not of full Age; and of the Re-marriages of Widowers and 
Widows. 



BEOISTEATIOX COUNTIES. 



8 



Signed their 

l^Ame* 
in Writing. 



or 100 

Men 

Married. 



or 100 
Women 
Married. 



Penontnotof 

ftiU Age. 



In 100 

Men 

^tarried. 



TulOO 
Women 

Married. 



Be^marriagee. 



Widowers. 



In 100 

Men 

Married. 



widows. 



InlOQ 
Womaa 
Married. 



27o. 

1 

% 
8 
4 
S 



6 
f 
8 

9 
10 
11 
IS 
IS 



14 
16 
IS 



17 
18 
19 
90 
91 



98 
94 
98 

98 

r 



80 
81 



88 

84 



as 

87 



88 

80 
40 
41 



49 

48 
44 



ENGLAKD - - - 
I.— LovDOir - - - 

n.— SOUTR EASTIEH COUNTIEt. 

Surrey (txIra- m tt r opolHan) 

Kent (eztro-metrofio/tloa) 

Sussex ------ 

Uampshire - - - - - 

Berluhire ------ 

in.— SouTii Midland Coontiss. 

Middlesex (txtm-m^ropotitan) 

Uertfordsbire - - - - - 

Rneldnchanuhire - - . - 

OxfarUahire . - - - - 

Nfnthamptonshire . - - - 

Unntinodonshire . - - . 

ISedfordshire - - - - - 

Cambridgeshire . - . - 

lY.— EASTiair Coukths. 

Essex ------ 

Snflblk ------ 

Norfolk --.... 

v.— South WitnBir Couimas. 

WUUhire ------ 

Donetshlre - - - - - 

Devonshire - - - - - 

(.'omwAll ------ 

Somersetsliire . . . . - 

VI.— Wbst Midlavd ConNTixt. 

Olonoestersbire _ - - - 
Herefordshire - - - - - 

Shropshire ------ 

StafK>rdshire - - - - - 

Worcestershire - - - - - 

Warwiefcshfav - - - - - 

Vfl.— NoETH Midland Countibs. 

Leicestershire - - . - - 
Rutlandshire ----- 
Lincolnshire . - - . - 
Nottinghamshire - - - - 
Derbyshire - - - - - 

Vni.— NOETH WEfTimN COUNTUS. 

Cheshire ------ 

Lancashire - . - - - 

IX.— YOEKSBIES. 

West Riding ----- 
East Riding (with York) - . - 
North Riding . - - - - 

X.— KOETHIEN COUNTIBi. 

Durham ------ 

Northumberiaod - . - 
Cumberland - - - - . 

Westmoriand ----- 

XI.— MoNxourasHiEi and Wales. 

Monmouthshire . - - . 
South Wales ----- 
North Wales ----- 



■8M 


74^5 


88*8 


S^SS 


19*85 


I'OIO 


88*8 


81*4 


8^44 


18*68 


*SS3 
•75i 
•710 
•ell 


78*8 
76-2 
77*1 
77-4 
70*9 


89*0 
75*0 
81 •S 
7«*1 
75'8 


8^48 
4*21 
8^98 
3*60 
4-78 


17*90 
91*48 
18*01 
16 -00 
17 •SS 


*M6 
•695 
•718 
•704 
•848 
•704 
•704 
•688 


70^» 
01*1 
88*0 
60^5 
TS^O 
68*8 
WO 
84*8 


80^1 
66*6 
65*0 
71-7 
60*9 
%V9 
64*8 
68*8 


4^44 

8*16 

9*88 

5'dO 

10*20 

11-97 

1.5*09 

9*78 


16^8S 
91 •63 
91*71 
18*84 
95^2l 
98*80 
»'U 
93*88 


•645 
•802 
•742 


83^8 
8S^1 
G4^8 


00*1 
60*7 
70*0 


8*80 
6^16 
7^J9 


92*95 
90^08 
18^71 


•7U8 
•M« 
•76rt 
•744 


88^8 
70*8 
77*7 
64*8 
68*9 


69*8 
71 '0 
78*« 
M*9 
60*4 


7^54 
7*74 
6*04 
8*78 
7'48 


W4l 
16 89 
15 IS 
90*82 
16*38 


•808 
•800 
•706 
•014 
•»73l 
•MO 


77*0 
OO^l 
84^0 
80-9 
70-3 
74-9 


78*9 
71*1 
flO-0 
48^8 
63*6 
84^0 


8^6S 
8*28 

4*a5 

9'74 
7^18 
7*97 


16*83 
18^18 
J5^00 
28*68 
91*75 
9l*»i 


•TOO 

•«9K 
•744 
•824 
•790 


75^8 
8«'4 
H'O 
79-4 
77-8 


66*3 
7»*8 
72*3 
61*4 
64*5 


W64 
4^24 
4*49 
8-8) 
8*66 


91*93 
1S04 
90*07 
93*34 
19*91 


•839 
l^l«7 


T9-9 
71-4 


84 'O 
46*0 


8*65 
8*17 


16*18 
91*48 


'081 
•005 
•76(J 


T5'l 
880 
81*8 


88^4 
71*1 
74*8 


7^78 
8*78 
4*80 


94*60 
91*90 
18*07 


•844 

•fr85 
•73« 
•708 


74^4 
84*1 
80*3 
86*1 


67-8 
60*4 
66*4 
77^7 


T-8S 
8^95 
4*73 
8*85 


98*06 
14 86 
16*59 
18*74 


•848 
•790 
•670 


86*8 
64-4 
81 -1 


48^9 
49*1 
46^1 


4-46 

6^77 
4*65 


91*88 
15*94 
11*95 



ld^88 



14*90 



11^09 
11*03 
19'»8 
12-05 
16*64 



18*38 
12'81 
13^74 
18*68 
12*55 
9^8S 
14*80 
13*08 



14^70 
15*81 
14*97 



16*99 
14^78 
19-94 
10*89 
14*76 



14-97 
9*71 
13*80 
19*01 
19-60 
18*57 



15*42 
8*48 
14*48 
18*80 
14*90 



14 •SO 
14'67 



14-48 
14^64 
18-71 



18-84 
ll^OO 
10*99 
18*49 



11 •SS 
12*47 
14*90 



9*89 



9*71 



S'SS 

6-19 

7*87 

10*08 

9*98 



s-w 

7 07 
7*11 
6-«l 
7*10 
6*05 
6*08 
8-79 



0*80 
8*89 
8*07 



9*19 
r*Of 
8*79 
6*69 
8^41 



9*09 
9*88 
8*70 
9*88 
T-6S 
9*90 



7*88 
0*70 
7*69 
8*50 
9-60 



6*84 
9*91 



8*78 
0*58 
ST8 



10*81 
7 'OS 
7*00 
f*91 



10*87 
8*68 
7*91 



The Table mfty be read thus by omitting the decimal points:— In Engluid, among erery lOQjOOO p.r.im» 
Urfaig 856 marrtnges took plaoe ; of 1^000 men married 745, of 1«000 women 688, signed the marriage ragbter 
by writing their names ; of 10,000 men married 685 were not of ftiU age, of 10,000 women married 1965 were 
not of AiU age ; of 10,000 men married 18^ were widowers, of the same nomber !bf women married 900 war* 
widows. 



Marriages^ 



vu 



Jtftnorv.— Of persons under 21 years of age who married in the year 
there were 10,797 males, 32,927 females. The proportion of minors to 
the total number of those who contracted marriage was 13 per cent. 
The number of women under age was more than three times as great 
as that of men. 

Signatures of Persons marrying, — 43,401 men and 61,677 women signed 
the marriage registers with marks. The ability to practise the art of 
penmanship to the extent of writing one's own name, and probably 
sufficient skill to carry the art beyond that limit, is more common now' 
than it was in 1853, when about 50,000 men and 72,000 women signed 
with marks. This happened only seven years before i860, and when 
those who married were fewer than they were in that year. 

It must be gratifying to observe, that education, even though it be no 
9&ore than the elementary, mechanical part of it, has made steady progress 
among the people during the last twenty years. The test of the marriage 
signature is the more unexceptionable, because iti is not extracted diipctly 
for the purpose of proving proficiency and obtaining a reward, and 
because it shows that the art had been sufficiently acquired to remain 
with its possessor for years after school had been left, though it may 
have been that with hard labour on the farm or in the workshop oppor- 
tunities were scanty for the practice of it. Nor is the ability to write 
one's own name contemptible as a measure of education ; it is only small 
when compared with the greatness of human attainments. If a man can 
write his own name, it may be presumed that he can read it when 
written by another ; still more that he will recognise that and other 
familiar words when he sees them in print ; and it is even probable he 
will spell his way through a paragraph ii> a newspaper. 

In 1 84 1 and some subsequent years, the proportion of men who signed 
with marks was 33 to a hundred married. In 1847-52 it was 31 ; since 
1852 it has fallen to 26. Within twenty years the proportion among 
women has fallen from 49 to ^6. The progress in writing is constant ; 
and any slight fluctuations which the tables show would naturally arise 
in consequence of the annual marriages having been comparatively more 
or less numerous in rural or town districts, where education is less or 
more advanced. 



Tablb Vn. — ^ENGLAND. Nttuber and Annual Ratb per Cent of Mabriaqes 

in each Quarter of the Years 183S-60. 





Mabeiages regiftered. 


Annual Batb per Cent, of MAmmiAOie. 


TaAM. 


In the Qnarten tDdinf the kut daj of 


In the Quarters ending the but daj of 




Kareh. 


Jsne. 


Sept. 


Dee. 


Mareh. 


Jane. 


Sept. 


Dee. 


1888 . 
1888 . 

1840 - 

1841 - 

1849 - 

1843 - 

1844 - 

1845 - 

1846 - 

1847 - 

1848 ' 
1848 - 

1850 - 

1851 - 
18AS - 
1858 - 
1864 - 
1858 - 

1886 - 

1887 - 
1868 . 
1809 - 
1800 > 


88401 
94479 
88495 

94^7 
96460 
85488 
88487 
89451 

8I417 
87,480 
864M 
88,489 
80467 

88.794 
88477 
85,149 
88484 

99488 

88487 
88481 
89418 
85488 

85,150 


89401 
8I439 
80,786 

88451 
80448 
81,118 
84,868 
85400 

87,ni 
85,197 
84,721 
85444 
89404 

88485 
40499 
40446 
4O4I8 
88440 

88480 
41487 
89480 
42449 

48,777 


97,764 
89487 
29481 

89407 
974B8 
88447 
81 475 
85408 

85470 
88,439 

88405 
88474 
87486 

87418 
88,400 

89409 

88488 

87408 

80,089 
88,669 
88400 
89408 
40441 


87401 
87401 
86463 

86,101 
85489 
88473 
80419 
48489 

48468 

40,789 
49,116 
48,736 
45437 

45r'«l 
474I8 
49486 
47,798 
47470 

48401 
4544«) 
47463 
50,4iMS 
50488 


'618 
'649 
•677 

*6S6 
*654 
'688 
'644 
•781 

•757 
'655 
'661 
•661 
•708 

•741 
•780 
•778 
'7tr 
•681 

•707 
•705 
•686 
•789 
•7U 


•788 
•819 
•787 

•899 
•749 
•767 
'834 
•849 

•889 
•886 
•806 
•828 
•888 

•868 
•885 
•883 
•874 
'828 

•819 
•861 
•883 
•858 
•883 


•719 
•764 
•737 

'781 
'671 
•701 
'780 
•880 

•828 
•751 
•755 
•760 
•840 

•828 
•888 
•8S0 
'818 
•785 

•818 
'796 
'785 
'801 
'807 


968 
•949 
•9U 

895 

874 

•984 

•985 

1-088 

'968 

'940 

'981 

988 

1010 

1000 
1-027 
1 059 
1-014 
■088 

•906 

'940 

•967 

I'OIS 

1006 



VUl 



, Marriages. 



In connexion with the decrease in marksy it may be mentioned that the 
annual proportion of persons under age married within twenty years 



Tablb YIIL — Showing the Number of Buildings rboistbred for the Solbmhizatiox 

Mabbiaoes, and on the Register on 31st December 1860. 



of 



EXOLANB 
DIVISIONS AND 
REQISTBATION COUNT I L 3. 






SCOTTUH 

Pbksbt- 

TBEIAin. 



WsfLSTAir MrraoDim. 



a 



I 




CALTXirurno || 

lUTBOOUn. 



g 



1 

s 

8 
4 
ft 
6 
T 
8 
9 
10 
U 



1 
i 

8 
4 
ft 



6 
T 
8 
9 
10 

11 

18 
18 



14 

Ifi 
16 



17 

18 
19 
SO 
91 



92 
98 
94 
98 



80 
81 
88 



88 

84 



80 
88 

87 



88 
89 
40 
41 



49 

4a 

44 



ENGLAND - - 
DiTISXOVf. 

London - - - - 
SOOTB EASTnv 

SonTH Midland - 

Eastben - - - - 

South WnrmN - 
Wbbt Midland 

NoftTH Midland - 

NOftTB Wmtben - 

Yo»K - - - - - 

NOftTHBftN . - . 

WNLtH - - - - 

I.— London. 
HiddleMX (part (if) - 
Surrey (part of) 
Ktnt (part <if) - - - 

n.— South EAtrsmN Dnr. 
B^amj (extr a mt et ropoUuin) 
Kent (extrct-metropoiitan) - 
Souex - - - - 
Hiapahire- - - . 
Berkibire - - . . 

ni.- South Midland Dnr. 
Middleiex (exfro-mefropol.) 
BertTordihire - - , - 
Buckinchamihlra 
Oxfordihire - - . 
Northamptonshire 
HnntiiisaoiMhire 
BedfordBhire ... 
Cambridgeahiro - - . 

IV.— EAiTSftN DlYIfXON. 

Bnex - - - - - 

Soflblk _ - — - 
Norfolk - - - - 

v.— South Wutxen Dxv. 
'WDtebire - - - - 
Donetshlre - . . 
Derraiahire .... 
Cornwall - - . - 
SomerMtthlre . - - 

VI.— WssT Midland Dit. 

Oloneeetenhire - . - 

Herefordshire - . - 

Shropshire - - - - 

Staflbrdehiro - . - 

Woreeetenhfre - - - 

Warwiokahire - - - 

vn.— N. Midland Dnr. 
Leioeiterehire - . - 
Bntlandthire - . - 
Lineolnihlre - . - 
Nottlngfaaauhire 
Derbyshire - - - 

Vin.— N. Wbsts&n Dxt. 
Cheshire - - - - 
Lancashire . . . - 

IX.— ToEK DmnoN. 
West Riding - - . 
East Riding (with York) - 
North Biding . - - 

X NOETHSAN DfVniON. 

Dorbam - - . - 
Northumberiand 
Cnmberiand . - - 
Westmorland . - - 

XI — ^WxLSB DnnsxoN. 
Monmouthshire ... 
South Wales - . . 
North Wales - . . 



4408 



308 
863 
841 
8S7 
477 
469 
277 
078 
406 
904 
678 



214 

09 
30 



84 
112 

69 
100 

48 



84 
47 
41 
88 
60 
98 
44 
49 



91 
77 
88 



72 

44 

163 

66 

182 



119 
90 
08 

123 
02 
97 



67 
6 
83 
06 
60 



90 
483 



304 
61 
41 



98 

101 

41 

14 



101 
877 
900 



18 



06 



8 

9 

41 



80 



6 



6 

16 
9 

28 



10 
26 

4 
1 



8 
13 



4 

81 

8 



(408 



107 
134 
128 
107 
161 
140 

78 
102 
129 

42 
i70 



976 



63 
90 

189 
70 

103 

103 
76 
63 
00 
12 

i02 



72 
24 
11 



18 
30 
20 
41 
10 



18 
29 

19 
11 
23 
4 
10 
14 



48 

87 
22 



27 
90 
06 
8 
48 



44 

4 
21 
81 
10 
30 



22 
8 
18 
10 
90 



29 

123 



100 
18 
11 



J7 
10 
11 

4 



32 



8 
14 
16 
U 
28 
16 
92 
94 



17 
98 
95 



98 

4 

80 

6 
80 



89 
6 
10 
14 
11 
23 



24 

8 
20 
19 
10 



8 
00 



40 
8 
8 



47 



177 127 
66 28 



10 



87 
16 
10 - 




M 

17 
98 
11 



040 



48 

41 
29 
22 
38 
84 
27 
187 
06 
00 
20 



81 

8 

4 





n 

7 

11 

T 



6 
1 
2 

8 
8 

1 
1 



10 

4 
8 



8 
8 
8 

6 
8 



10 
2 

10 

83 
8 

81 



8 



102 



9 
10 

4 

7 

27 

18 

10 

37 

18 

3 

9 



1 

4 

8 
9 



1 
1 



18 
124 



34 
10 
12 



90 

16 

8 

1 



9 

10 

6 



8 

4 



8 
4 

14 



481 



19 
41 
31 
96 
77 
01 
40 
61 
73 
88 
29 



10 
8 
1 



9 
18 
6 
9 
6 



1 

4 





10 
27 



10 
9 
1 



10 

8 

18 



6 

6 

90 

94 

81 



8 
2 
2 
21 
9 
9 



60 



12 
8 

18 

10 

7 



16 
9 
8 



18 

48 



03 

10 
10 



18 
6 
8 
1 



n 
11 

12 



190 



1 

4 

6 

7 

9 

90 

17 

10 

24 

19 





21 



8 
10 



IS 
2 



9 
8 



9 




8 
12 



14 
6 

4 



47 



U 
9 
2 

14 
8 




19 

7 

9 



70 



8 

8 

8 

1 

9 



11 

10 

18 

6 

9 



8 



10 



188 



1 
5 

129 




10 



10 
8 



41 



8 
18 

9 

1 
14 

1 
4 



1 
6 
4 
1 
8 



9 
8 



3 
40 
86 



23 



IT 



6 
8 
1 

1 
8 

1 
1 
1 




1 



1 
1 
1 



94 

8 

t 

10 

18 

f 

1 

14 

4 

S 



19 

8 
t 



1 

1 
t 
t 



S 
S 

9 
7 



1 
1 



1 
t 
S 



u 

8 



1 

1 



S 

u 



s 
1 



1 
1 



Births. ix 

showed a remarkably steady increase. The laboaring population, when 
they are comparatiyely fresh from school, will discover a greater aptitude 
for writing than when their finger-joints have been stiffened by long and 
laborious manual operaticois, a fact which would affect, though to a small 
extent only, the educational results as shown in the Tables. 

Seasons, — ^Marriages follow the following order of the seasons by a 
rule which in England apparently admits of no deviation ; they are least 
frequent in the March, t. e., the first quarter of the year ; they are more 
numerous in the third quarter than' in the first ; they are still more 
numerous in the second ; and they reach their quarterly maximum in the 
last quarter. In i860 the annual rates for the first, third, second, and 
fourth quarters were nearly the following : to a thousand of the population 
7, 8, 9, and i o marriages. 

Registered Buildings. — There were 4403 buildings registered for the 
solemnization of marriages, and on the register on 31st December i860. 
Of these, 132 belonged' to Scottish Presbyterians, 1453 to Independents, 
976 to Baptists, 10 to Moravians, 540 to Koman Catholics, 152 to Unita- 
rians, 834 to seven different bodies of Wesleyan Methodists, 1 79 to Calvi- 
nistic Methodists, 1 27 to Swedenbprgians, Irvingites, &c. In Wales, where 
there are 577, the registered buildings are far more numerous than in any 
other portion of the country with an equal population. The Calvinistic 
Methodists appear to be the most flourishing body of dissenters in North 
Wales, for they have there 86 out of 200 registered chapels. They are 
numerous also m South Wales, where, however, Independents and Baptists 
much preponderate over any other dissenting community. 

The largest number of registered buildings belonging to Scottish Pres- 
byterians is in Northumberland, Durham, and Lancashire. There are in 
London only 14, which must be considered few in relation to the great 
number of Scottish families resident in London, and for a people who are 
well-marked in their national character, and known to be attached to 
their institutions. Undoubtedly many Scotchmen have connected them- 
selves with the Established Church ; and more, perhaps, with communities 
of English Dissenters. The fact seems to prove that a people may be 
led, when they cannot be driven, to accept religious ministrations according 
to forms different from their own ; and that the Scotch have found in the 
greater fluency and directness of English preaching a sufficient compen- 
sation for the want of those doctrinal expositions in theology which they 
had been accustomed to in their native country. 

BiBTHS. 

In i860 the number of male children bom was 349,799 ; of female 
children bom 334,249. The total number of births was 684,048. In the 
previous year Uie total number was 689,881. There was a decrease on 
1859 aniounting to 5833. The birth-rate of the year was 3*437 ; *^^ 
of the previous year 3*504. Both were above the average of 10 years, 
which is 3*417. In Staffordshire and Durham the birth-rate of the year 
rose above 4 per cent. In those counties it will probably be found that 
good wages obtainable by young persons create an inducement to the 
formation of early marriages. 

Sex, — The excess of boys over girls bom was i5>55o« For each 
hundred of the latter there were 104*7 of the former. ThQ proportion 
may be stated as that of 22 and. 21. In the South Midland Counties the 
proportion of male births was generally very high. Thus, in Hertford- 
shire it was 107 to 100 female births ; in Northamptonshire nearly 108 ; 
in Oxfordshire no. But in Cambridgeshire it was less than 103. It 
was high in Shropshire. In Rutlandshire and Cumberland fewer boys 
were bom than girls, these two counties presenting the only exceptions to 
the rule, which asserts the preponderance of male births. But the inequa- 
lities of one year will be redressed the next^ and the relative proportion 



X Births. 

of births, as distinguished by sex, will probably be found, in a series of 
years, to be perhaps nearly the same in a district as it is in England. In 
Kutlandshire the proportion of boys born to a hundred girls, in 1859, was 
iii'3 ; in i860 it was 99'.5. 

Seasons. — The annual birth-rate fell from 3 * 7 in the first quarter to 
3 * 2 in the last. It continued to fall through the four seasons ; wliich, 
however, does not hold as a general rule. The rule is that births are 
more numerous in the first half of the year than in the second. 



Table IX. — ^ENGLAND. Births, 1860. — Number and Proportion of Male and 

Female Children born in and out of Wedlock. 



BEGISTBATIO:? COUNTIES. 



Born in 
Wedlock. 



I 



Boraontor 
Wedlock. 



3 ^ 



31" 





1 

t 

s 

4 
5 



6 

T 

8 

9 

10 

11 

IS 

18 



14 
15 
18 



17 
18 
19 
90 
91 



94 
95 



98 

99 
80 
81 



88 
84 



85 
88 

87 



88 

80 
40 
41 



49 
48 
44 



ENGLAND - - - 
I LONOOH - - - 

II.— South EAmmN Couktiss. 

Surrey (extro'meiropolHan) 
Kent (extra^meirapolitan) - 
SttMex ------ 

Hampshire ------ 

Berkshire ------ 

III.— South Midland Couimn. 

Middlesex (exira^metropoUtan) 

Hertr'ordshire - - - - - 

BnckinghAmshIre . - - - 

Ozfordihire - - - - - 

Northamptonshire - - - - 

HnntinffdonRhire - - - - 

BedTordBhire - - - - - 

Cambridgeshire - - - - - 

rv.— Eastbem Coumit. 

Essex ------- 

Snfiblk ------ 

Norfolk ------ 

y Sourn WisTSEir Coukths. 

Wiltshire ------ 

Dorsetuhire - - - - - 

Deronshire ------ 

Cornwall ------ 

Somersetshire - - - - - 

YI.— West Midlaitd Coumtxh. 

Oloncestershire - - - - - 

Hereford dhire - - - - - 

Shropshire ------ 

Staflbrdshire - - - - - 

WorceHtenshlre - - - - - 

Warwickshire - - - - - 

yil.— NoKTB Midland CouNnsa. 

Leicestershire - - - - - 
Rutlandshire - - - - - 
Lincolnshire _ - - - - 
Nottinghamshire - - . - 
Derby»hire ------ 

Vni.— NOBTH Wbstzbk Coumtixs 

Cheshire ------ 

Lancashire ------ 

IX.— YomssHimi. 

West Riding . - - - - 
East Ridhig (with York) - - - 
l^orth Riding - - - - - 

X.— Nokthsbm Counties. 

Dnrliam ------ 

Nmrtburaberiand - - - - 

Cumberland _ - - - - 

Westmorland - - - - - 

XI.— MoNllOUTBBBimS AlTD WALKS 

Monmouthshire - - - - - 
South Wales - - - - - 
North Wales - - - . - 



349J99 



134^49 



47345 



4174 
8741 
5.111 
7945 
8166 



9889 
2878 
9500 
»W8 
4800 
1026 
9481 
3055 



81(4 

am 

0941 



8781 
99H7 
9009 



71M 



7011 
1628 
4219 

16147 
5181 

10474 



4815 
868 
67*5 
6120 
5287 



8087 
45854 



99150 
4808 
8682 



11944 
60BI 
8847 



89734o|si9,715 



45^80 



45345 



8601 

19645 

6875 



8921 
8197 
5820 
6049 
80i5 



9658 

9660 

9nHi 

2697 

974 
9803 
2W1 



(M.1 
5240 
6&80 



28^6 
86H6 
5989 

tfCHLA 



0786 
15S1 
8939 

15381 
48H0 

10067 



4148 
800 
6584 
5796 
4972 



7994 
43653 



27805 
4546 
8495 



10588 

5640 

8869 

970 



8510 

12170 

6065 



4001 
8885 

5172 
0684 
2950 



2758 
9676 
28i8 
2765 
4067 
V78 
28M 
2033 



5805 
flaw 
6185 



8510 
2776 
a>S2 
5961 
6711 



68.10 
1479 
8800 
15179 
4809 
9903 



8971 
858 
6176 
5556 
4679 



7481 
42089 



2n76 
4445 

8345 



10688 

5645 

2939 

907 



8516 

11820 

5009 



48327 



8721 
7715 
4918 
6583 
9797 



9537 
94k8 
2237 
2406 
8762 
932 
9106 
9783 



4826 
5923 



8377 
2623 
8165 
56.'^ 
8587 



6308 
1897 
8W7 
14477 
4557 
9560 



8080 
860 
5965 
5974 
4506 



7896 
40681 



98918 
4189 
8191 



9968 
5855 

9962 
859 



8834 

11862 
5575 



3AS9 



21r'S34 



2000 



178 
406 
839 
861 
216 



116 
197 
178 
926 
233 
48 
197 
229 



859 
468 
776 



965 

191 
587 
332 
443 



861 
148 
410 
966 
899 
579 



844 
80 
5.19 
564 
888 



606 
9915 



1974 
888 

887 



806 

448 

408 

99 



175 
825 
468 



1942 



900 
489 
871 
866 

928 



116 
192 
144 
109 
936 
42 
197 
196 



880 
412 
667 



987 
90S 
501 
887 
447 



184 
872 
914 
833 
527 



818 
80 
609 
524 
874 



801 
2779 



1887 
857 
804 



570 
485 
407 
017 



176 
808 
490 



10«'7 



104*1 



106*5 
106*8 
108*6 
104*8 
104*7 



108*1 
107*9 
105*9 
100*9 
107*6 
105*8 
105*6 
109*5 



109*8 
105*4 
105*8 



104*8 
1«5*0 
104*7 
105*1 
109*4 



103-8 
105*9 
107*4 
104*9 
105*1 
108*8 



104*0 
VO'5 
lOt'l 
105*6 
105*9 



101*2 
105*0 



104*8 
105*8 
105*4 



108*7 

104*8 

99-4 

102*4 



105*9 
108*9 
106*1 



104-8 



104*1 



107*5 
106*0 
104*5 
104*6 
100*5 



108*8 
107*6 
104*1 
100*5 
106*1 
104*9 
106*1 
101*8 



101*9 
104*7 
104*1 



104*1 
105*8 
104*5 
105*5 
102*7 



1C8*9 
105 '9 
107*1 
104*8 
105*5 
108*6 



108*7 
99*4 
108*2 
105*8 
100*1 



101*2 
105*0 



104*9 
106*1 
104*8 



108*7 

105*4 

09*9 

105*6 



108*5 
104*0 
108*0 



109^ 



108-0 



86*5 
84-9 
91*4 
98*6 
94-7 



100*0 
109*6 
198*6 
114-8 
98*7 
114*8 
100-0 
119*1 



108*8 
118*6 
116*8 



1U*8 
94*1 

107*9 
98*5 
99*1 



98-0 
106*7 
110*9 
106*9 

99*7 
108*5 



106*9 
100*0 
91*8 
107-8 
109 -T 



100*8 
105-9 



104*6 
101*7 
110*9 



106*8 
99*0 

100*9 
78*6 



90*4 

109*1 

95*1 



8-4 



4*9 



4«« 
8*t 

8-< 
8*1 
Tt 



4*9 

T-0 
€-9 
7-8 
8T 
4-5 
8*8 
f-0 



5f 

8*9 

18-r 



8-8 
8*8 
5-9 
8-4 
8*8 



8-4 

8*8 
9*8 
8-9 

8-4 
8-8 



T«8 
7-7 
8-8 
9-1 
7*4 



7-5 
8-4 



8*8 
7f 
8-9 



5*4 

7*8 
19*1 
10-0 



4-9 
TT 



Births. 



XI 



In and out of wedlopk. — Of children bom out of wedlock, 22,159 
were boys, 21,534 were girls ; the total number was 43,693. Illegitimate 
children were 6*4 per cent, of the whole number born. In Cumberland, 
where the proportion rose to its maximum, it was double that amount ; 
viz. 12*1 per cent. ; in Norfolk it was 10*7 ; in Westmorland 10*6; in 
Shropshire 9*6 ; in Nottinghamshire 9*1. It was also high in Bedford- 
shire, Suffolk, Herefordshire, Lincolnshire, and the North Riding of 
Yorkshire. The proportion of children born out of wedlock in London 
(4*2 per cent, in the Tables) is very probably understated. There is 
much greater facility for the suppression of facts in large cities than in 

Tablb X — ^BiBTHS to 100 Persons living in each County, daring each of the 

Tears 1851-60. 



C0T7NTIES. 



1 

t 

s 

4 
f 



T 
• 
9 

10 

u 

IS 

is 



14 
U 



IT 
IS 
19 

S9 
SI 



S8 

St 
S7 



41 



EKOLAKD - - . 

I«— LoiTDOir . . . 

11.— South EAiriair Counrm. 

Bamy (oetro-mcanopof Aon) 

Kaat ( M.t r a - ■ Mft <y«i lt f aw) - - 

Baoipahirt- . . . . . 
Btrkihlfv . . . ^ . - 

IIL— SocTH Midland Cooiinit. 

WMhMX (mtra^mttnpolilm) 

HtftfonMilra . . . . . 

Bndilii ii!iiiiiwMf . . . . 

Ozfctdibirt . - — — - 

If OVtlwIDptOIWinTV •■.•«-. 

HmtinKriMMhln . . . - 
BWfbr£lilt« . - . - . 
OunMdi^HUra . . . . ~ 

IT*— Easrbii Couhtiss. 



Births to 100 Penons lirint. 



SoffMk ...... 

Y.~SouTB Wnnmir Couiitibs. 

WOtahIn ...... 

DorMtaUrs . . . . . 

D*T<Huliir8. . . . . . 

Oorawall . 



TX—Wnr MiDLAMD Coininn. 



Hwfbrdilurs — . • . — 
Shrmhtre ...... 

Staflbrddiin . . . . . 

Wonwteribtre - - . . . 
Warwkk«hfa« . . . . . 

yn^NOKTH MiDLAirS COVMTISS. 



Batiamtobii* . . . . . 

L tnwJi whirt . . . . . 

Vnt timrhanwhlTg .... 

Dcrbyahin- . - - . - 

ym.— KoKTH Wnrsftir Couimn. 

CbMblra ...... 

liaeiilriTe. . . . . - 

DL— TomxsnsB. 

W«alRidSiif - . . . . 
Bait BkUns (with York) . - . 
Korthiai&t - - . . . 

X.— IVomTBntH COUVTXSS. 

^/mpjymi . ^ ^ .B . ^ 
KortbomberUiid . . . . 
Cwnbcrtmd 



XI.— MosncoimsBiBS Am Walks. 

If omDonthahirt ..... 
Sooth WalM . . . . . 
KorthWalM . . . . . 



I 



1851. 



8'4SS 



SSOO 



S'USS 
8-3S4 
8' IAS 
8MT8 
8-117 



rsit 

8*400 
8-419 
8-S88 
8-MIA 
8-fi7S 
8-4H8 
8-488 



8-sao 

8-ffiO 

8-8ue 



S", 

8-S47 

8006 

8'SIM 

8*088 



8-Ilfl 
2-789 
2-807 
8-98n 
8*308 
8*600 



8-040 
8*063 
8-824 
8*408 
8*412 



8*888 
3-887 



8*824 

8'818 
8-199 



4*017 
8-489 
8-889 
8077 



8*481 
8-249 
2-912 



1852. 



8*480 



8- 






2-919 
8*285 
8'196 
3*144 
8*189 



8-007 
8-800 
8-877 
8-802 
3-447 
8-851 
8-612 
8'476 



8*218 
8-385 
8*240 



8*198 
8' 158 
8*089 
8-419 
8*122 



8*162 
2-Ml 
8-818 
4*022 
3*840 
8-830 



8*494 
2-877 
8-265 
8*464 
8-484 



8-427 
8-889 



8-007 
8-861 
8-213 



8-890 
8-880 
8-987 
2-948 



8*888 
8-276 
2-889 



1858« 



8'8S7 



8-848 



2*870 
8*110 
8*017 
8*148 
2*938 



2-ft'SO 
8*058 
8-184 
8*088 
8-272 
8-228 
8*811 
S158 



8-060 
8-085 
S-M5 



2-988 
8-041 
2*989 
8*404 
2-919 



8-027 
2-760 
2-755 
8-954 
8-265 
8-688 



3-880 
2-t«9 
8116 
8-899 
8-883 



8*889 
8*788 



8*775 
8284 
8*U4 



8-689 
8-284 
8-148 
2-928 



8*848 
8-284 
9-865 



18S4. 



3*408 



8*880 



2*858 
8*180 
8*067 
8*075 
2*982 



3*060 
8*047 
8*195 
8*154 
8-835 
8-206 
8-872 

8-2in 



8*108 
8-186 
8*189 



8*174 
8*028 
2-889 
8*47«l 
3-024 



8*184 
2-085 
2-984 
4-145 
3*472 
8*n9 



8-414 
8*060 
8-176 
8-583 
8*875 



8*472 
8-887 



8*820 
8-890 
8-192 



8-943 
8-265 
8-271 
8*078 



8-687 
8-887 
2-888 



1855. 



8*878 



8*858 



1858. 



8-458 



8*872 



2*758 
3*110 
2*919 
2-916 
2*889 < 



r928 
2*967 
8*160 
2*971 
8*445 
8*196 
8*802 
8*172 



8*1SS 
3-060 
3-029 



8-094 
2-ONO 
2'8n8 
8-889 
2-914 



8-112 
2*742 
2*887 
4-227 
8-884 
8-721 



8-364 
2-942 
3-211 
8-468 
8*496 



8-464 
8-777 



8*788 

ssr 

8*288 



4-941 
8-481 
8-192 
2-788 



8-883 
8-851 
S-984 



2-924 
8*231 
8*092 
8-188 
8-068 



8*042 
8*161 
8*208 
3-247 
8-529 
8*410 
8*431 
8*350 



8*284 
8*264 
8*219 



8*189 
3*084 
2*922 
8*458 
2*996 



8*087 
2*958 
8*072 
4*380 
3-480 
8-754 



8-442 
8055 
8-868 
8-575 
8-591 



8-451 
8-768 



8-809 
8-486 
8-870 



4-868 
8-556 
8-199 
9-902 



8*812 
8*502 
8*009 



1887. 



8*448 



8*387 



2*907 
8*856 
3*043 
8-222 
8*081 



8-008 
8*245 
3-850 
3*250 
8-568 
S-459 
8-541 
8-804 



8*968 
8*802 
8*186 



8*149 
8-075 
2-906 
8*896 
8*884 



8*088 
2-921 
8-U77 
4-148 
8-359 
8-692 



8*852 
8*108 
8-836 
8*701 
8-467 



8-481 
8-747 



8*787 
8*420 
8*844 



4-276 
8*416 
8-867 
2 



8-898 
8*559 
2-950 



1888. 



8*868 



8*820 



2*935 
8*188 
2*961 
8-119 
8*010 



2-986 
8*074 
3-198 
8- 180 
8-5U2 
8-863 
8-815 
8-286 



8-146 
3-234 
8-187 



8-140 
3187 
2-909 
8-879 
2-987 



8*189 
2*001 
8-0i» 
4*152 
8-884 
8-847 



8*279 
8*184 
8*251 
8-480 
8*880 



3*882 
8*580 



8*802 
8-860 
3*827 



4*127 
8*454 
8*»1 
2-82S 



8*707 
3*806 
2-879 



1859. 



8*504 



8*406 



8-097 
3*827 
8*111 
8*186 
8-872 



8*166 
8*265 
8*490 
8*484 
8*625 
8*401 
8-634 
8*488 



8*861 
8*474 
8*427 



8*258 
3*296 
8*027 
8*525 
8*189 



8*184 
8*008 
8*814 
4*165 
3*519 
8*608 



8*468 
8-075 
8*875 
o flvV 
8*642 



8*568 
8-718 



8*748 
8*458 
8-421 



4*225 
8*510 
8*422 
2-888 



8*842 
8*714 
8060 



1880L 



8*487 



8872 



8*081 
8*189 
2'9C5 
8*188 
8018 



8*017 
8*184 
8*894 
8-807 
8*618 
8*877 
3*880 
8*806 



8 

8*208 

8*162 



8-1S8 
8*188 
8*018 
8-874 
8*U6S 



8*128 
2*975 
8*148 
4*168 
8*480 
8'70r 



8*477 
8*298 
8-801 
8*709 
8*829 



8*444 
8-676 



8*758 
3*422 
8*429 



4*110 
8-509 
8*277 
8*283 



3*676 
8*588 

2*888 



ATengs 

AwiMi^ 

Bate. 
1851-^. 



S'41T 



S*S89 



2*981 
821S 
SOBS 
8*131 
8*05S 



8*009 
8*185 
8*285 

8'SSl 
8*484 
8-885 
8*456 
8S1S 



3*808 
8*948 
8*194 



8*141 
8*117 
2*980 
8*418 
S'OIS 



8*ior 

2-888 
2*968 
4*U4 
8*884 
8*718 



3*498 
8*064 
8'27S 
8*548 
8*471 



8*458 
8*758 



8*780 
8*868 
8*S8» 



4*089 
84S5 
8*981 
8*871 



8*887 
8*488 
S98S 



XIV 



Summary of Hie Qmrterli/ Reports^ 1860. 



persons married to the then existing population, was also slightly above 
the average for the quarter. The birth-rate was above the average of 
the ten preceding winter quarters. The death-rate was slightly above 
the winter average, but below the rates of the two previous winters. 
The weather in the beginning of January was warm, but remained so 
cold and ungenial afterwards as to retard vegetation and to swell the 
return of deaths. The prosperity of trade and the sanitary improvements 
of towns produced a countervailing effect. 

Table XTV. — ^Annual Ratb of Mortality per Cent in each Couktt during 

each of the Tears 1851-1860. 



COUNTIES. 



Ho. 

1 

2 
3 

4 
5 



« 
7 
8 
9 

19 
18 



14 
15 
16 



17 
18 
19 
90 
91 



99 

93 
94 
25 
26 

97 



98 
» 
80 
31 
89 



88 
84 



88 
86 
87 



88 
80 
40 
41 



42 
4S 
44 



ENQLAND - - 2*109 



DeAthf to 100 Penoof liTing . 



1861. 



I.— liOMDOM 

n.— South EAfmM 

COUKTIXS. 

Sturej {txtra-metropotitam) - 

Kent lextra-metropoUUm) - 

Sussex - - - - - 

Hampshire - - - - 

Bexuhire _ - - - 

III.-^OUTH MlDLAVB 

CouKms. 
Middlesex (ex<ra*f»e<n}poZtlaii) 

Hertfordshire — - - 

Oxfordshire - - - - 
Nortiiamptonshire 

Hnntinfdonshiro - - - 

Bedfor&hire . . - 

Cambridgeshire - - - 

IV — EAtTBBlf COUKTIB. 

Essex - - - - - 
Snflblk ----- 

Norfolk - - - - - 

V SOITTH WlSmH 

COUMTIXS. 

WUtihire - - - - 

Dorsetshire - - - - 

DoTonshire - - - - 

Comwall - - - - 

Somersetshiiv - - - 

VI.— Wnr KmLAHD 
CouNTOi. 

Okmeestershize - - - 

Herefordshire - - - 

Shropshire - - - - 

Staflordshire - - - - 

Worcestershire - - - 

Warwickshire - . - 

VII.— Nom TH Ml DLAWD 
CoUKTIBi. 

Leieeetervbir* - - - 

Rutlandshire - - - - 

Lincolnshire - - - - 

Kottinghainshire - - - 

Derbyshire - - - - 

Vin.— NoaTH W£8TS»N 

CoDimzs. 

Cheshire - - _ _ 

Lancashire - - - - 

IX.— ToauHiBs. 

West Riding - - - . 

East Ridinir (with York) - 

North Riding - - - 

X.— NOKTBBBIV COUNTIBI. 

Durham - - - - 

Northumberland - - - 

Cumberland - - - - 

Westmorland - - - 

2CL— MOHNODTHSBIEE AVp 

WAI.SI. 

IConmonthshire - '. - 
South Wales ... 

North Wales - - . 



ias9. 



9*888 



1*710 
1*916 
1*902 
1*947 
9*006 



9*0U 
1*846 
2*079 
9*140 
l*9fi6 
1*917 
1*912 
2*039 



1*883 
9*033 
2*164 



2*069 
1*882 
1*830 
9*146 
9*006 



2*189 
1*890 
2*018 
2'fi08 
9*066 
9*466 



9*161 
1-658 
1*881 
9145 
9*045 



9*259 
9-644 



9*449 
9*240 
1*808 



9*215 
9*049 
9*011 
1*820 



9*081 
9*106 
1*856 



2*988 



1858. 



9*961 



1*769 
1*022 
1*896 
9-007 
9*055 



2*038 
1*880 
2*038 
9*007 
9*U8 
1*964 
1*978 
1*968 



1*936 
9*044 
9*106 



9*121 
1*950 
9*088 
9*148 
2*001 



9*259 
2068 
1*888 
2*878 
1*065 
2*203 



2*844 
1*657 
1*862 
2*135 
8*199 



9*451 
9*861 



9*505 
2*859 
1*049 



2*350 
2*855 
1*045 
1 



2*268 



1854. 



2*168 
2*Ul 
2*015 



9*441 



1*884 
2*088 
1*869 
2*020 
2*087 



2*078 
1*894 
9*190 
9*090 
9*184 
2*064 
9*001 
9*117 



2*005 
2*055 
9*075 



2*210 
1*971 
1*970 
2*101 
2*068 



2*108 
2*135 
2*085 
2*557 
2*029 
2*862 



2*969 
1*818 
1*841 
2*421 
2*888 



2*488 
2*769 



9*457 
2*200 
1*888 



2*415 
2*745 
2*062 
2*020 



9*411 
2*202 
2*076 



2*852 



1855. 



9*943 



1*896 
9*188 
1*897 
2*081 
9*049 



9*595 
1*865 
9*063 
9*185 
9*980 
1*823 
9*166 
9*155 



9*298 
1*919 
9*114 



2*054 
1*870 
1088 
1*958 
1*852 



9*118 
1*828 
1*957 
2*889 
9*182 
9*687 



9*191 
1*652 
9*090 
9*850 
9*994 



9*921 
9*701 



9*438 
9*248 
1*961 



9*485 
9*070 
2*168 
1*777 



9*487 
2*219 
1*062 



9*961 



2*481 



1*944 
2*083 
1*971 
9*292 
2*178 



2*047 
1*975 
9*244 
2*110 
2*288 
2*088 
9*609 
9-324 



2*118 
2*007 
2*909 



9*254 
2 '005 
2*070 
2*076 
9*106 



9186 
9*978 
9*074 
9*425 
1*065 
9*906 



9*060 
1*990 
9*071 
9*050 
9*190 



1856. 



I 



*197 
680 



9*228 
9*079 
9*068 



8*804 
9*115 
9*215 
1*805 



9*355 
9*280 
9145 



2*051 



9*900 



1*768 
1*047 
1*784 
1*921 
1*856 



1*080 
1*818 
1*915 
1*775 
1*960 
1*856 
1*068 
1*916 



1*807 
1*949 
1*906 



1*895 
1*641 
1*745 
1*900 
1*785 



1*866 
1*998 
1*796 
9*288 
1*816 
2*075 



1*951 
1*786 
1*675 
2*194 
1*958 



9*048 
9*464 



9*219 
1*902 
1*748 



9*832 
2-031 
1*945 
1*574 



9*087 
9*004 
1*804 



1857. 



9-180 



9*941 



1*648 
1-963 
1*748 
1*080 
1 



2*000 
1*955 
9*064 
9*081 
9*048 
2*106 
2*101 
9*065 



2*011 
2*006 
2*U0 



1*900 
1*001 
1*948 
1*070 
1*848 



1* 

1*948 

9*006 

2*619 

9*048 

9*405 



9*941 
1*588 
1*896 
9*196 
9*104 



9*980 
2*628 



2*868 
2346 
1*919 



9*386 
9*167 
1*986 
1*661 



9-161 
9*004 
1*988 



1858. 


1859. 


9*809 


9*988 


9*880 


9*969 


1*877 
9*190 
9*070 
9*067 
9*189 


1*818 
9*040 
2*068 
2*036 
2-048 


9*001 
1*988 
9*191 
9*949 
9-001 
9*050 
1-971 
9*007 


2*047 
1*997 
9*168 
9*000 
9*806 
1*978 
9*065 
9*091 


9*087 
9*191 
9*802 


2*061 
9*086 
9*005 


9*061 
9*185 
9*067 
9*074 
9-158 


9*U2 
9*079 
9*009 
9*019 
9*068 


9*945 
9*085 
9-084 
9*464 
9*061 
9*498 


9*199 
9*912 
9*087 
2005 
9*982 
9-870 


9*450 
9*046 
9*U6 
9*466 
9*356 


9*999 

1*956 
9*168 
9-548 
9-984 


9*987 
9*719 


9-168 
9*454 


9*491 
9*849 
1*980 


9*886 
2*971 
9*178 


2*404 
2-180 
2*064 
1*770 


9*818 
9*161 
9*190 
1*974 


9*465 

9*419 
9*096 


9-419 
9-989 

9*0«7 



1900* 



9*194 



9*9i9 



1-767 
1*868 
1-881 
1*909 
.1*979 



1*996 
1*947 
1*981 
1*966 
9-187 
1-867 
9*017 
1*960 



1*864 
1*971 
9*109 



2-001 
1*898 
1*971 
9-040 
1*968 



1*961 
1*919 
9*119 
9*194 

1*878 
9*048 



1*962 
1*900 
1*986 
9*054 
9*106 



9*178 
9*871 



9*860 
9*185 
9*027 



9*006 
9*918 
9*949 
1-975 



9-09B 
9*116 
2*895 



Ato- 
Annual 
Rate, 



9*994 



9*877 



1* 

9*011 

1-896 

9*098 

9*094 



2*067 
1*898 
8*069 
9*065 
9*196 
1*989 
9*078 
9*065 



9*018 
t*098 
9*197 



9*086 
l*96f 
1*977 
9*044 
1-978 



9*U1 
t*098 
9*010 
9*485 
9*006 
9*t9S 



9*188 
1*800 
1*047 
9*949 
9*171 



9*919 
9*680 



9-889 
2*918 
1*947 



8-880 
9*909 
9*084 
1*881 



9-9S8 

t*169 
9*018 



First Quarter. — January, February, March, xv 

Marriages, — ^In the first three months of i860 the total number of men 
and women who married was 70,3 00, being a great decrease on the 100,992 
married in the preceding Christmas quarter. The difference, it maj be 
re-assuring to know, is not the result of sudden depression in trade or 
other calamity, but of laws of habit and convenience, by virtue of which 
the closing months of the year are most, and the opening months least, 
preferred for the accomplishment of nuptial vows. The annual marriage- 
rate for January, February, and March was 1*422 per cent., whilst the 
average rate for the same period is i '416. 



Table XV.-^Pbofobtional Number of Dbaths in each Quabtxr to 1000 Deaths 

in the Average Quarter of each Year, 1838-60. ^ 







Number 
ofDcAths 


ProportioiMl Number of Deethf 








1 










TEABS. 


in the 


In the Arence 


Firtt 


Second 


Third 


Fourth 








▲Teraft 


Qoarier 

(aMnmod to be 

1000). 


Quarter 


Quarter 


Quarter 


Quarter 








Qtuurter. 


ending 
March 81. 


ending 
June 80. 


ending 
Sept. 80. 


ending 
1)00.81. 






188S 


85^800 


1000 


U45 


1061 


850 


944 






1880 


84,746 


1000 


1009 


1088 


900 


1008 






1840 


89,988 


1000 


1100 


1006 


880 


907 






1841 


85,963 


1000 


1153 


1003 


878 


968 






1848 


87,880 


1000 


1108 


960 


948 


965 






1843 


86VS11 


1000 


1006 


1007 


687 


1010 






1841 


89,853 


1000 


1138 


956 


898 


1018 






1845 


87,348 


1000 


1196 


1081 


857 


934 






1846 


97,579 


3000 


917 


935 


1043 


1116 






1847 


105,836 


1000 


1181 


1008 


888 


978 






1848 


99,958 


1000 


1301 


906 


877 


925 






1849 


110,310 


1000 


961 


987 


1887 


885 






1850 


92,349 


1000 


1067 


1007 


981 


996 






1851 


98,849 


1000 


1066 


1006 


986 


1008 






1858 


101,784 


1000 


1045 


969 


966 


960 






1858 


105,274 


1000 


1128 


1088 


876 


960 






1854 


109,476 


1000 


1066 


940 


1061 


993 






1855 


106,438 


1000 


1880 


1001 


816 


903 






1856 


07,687 


1000 


1061 


1081 


988 


960 






1807 


104,954 


1000 


1060 


955 


950 


1045 






1858 


112,414 


1000 


1134 


955 


865 


1M6 






1859 


110,105 


1000 


1118 


901 


938 


968 






1860 


105,680 


1000 


1166 1054 


813 


968 





Tablb XVL^ENGLAND. Annual Ratb per Cent of Bibth, and Dbath, 

during each Quarter of the Years 1838-1860. 





BimTB Bate. 


DSATH BATB. 


Tkau. 


Tn the Qnarten ending the Ust day of 


In the Quarten ending the last daj of 




Mareh. 


June. 


Sept. 


Dee. 


Mareh. 


June. 


Sept. 


Deo. 


Ill 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

ill mu mil nm mu 


8088 
3-848 
8'805 

8'4S4 
8-481 
8480 
8*607 
8*401 

8*496 
8*488 
8-858 
8-575 
8*811 

8-568 
8-563 
8-579 
9-5I8 
8-596 

8*580 
8-604 
8*5:6 
8*631 
8*707 


8196 
8-888 
8301 

8-878 
8-844 
8-884 
8-384 
8-891 

8-551 
8-865 
8-474 
8-583 
8-580 

8*558 
8*511 
8-464 
8-781 
8-586 

8*655 
8-555 
8-488 
3*588 
3-513 


8-970 
8-069 
8*081 

8-083 
8088 
8-114 
8-188 
8-140 

8*851 
8-945 
8-811 
3-066 
3-881 

8318 
8-398 
8177 
8-398 
8-855 

8*876 
8-816 
8*204 
8-389 
8*867 


8*938 
8-059 
8-044 

8098 
8-058 
8-174 
8115 
8-108 

8-856 
8-9R8 
8-038 
8053 
8-853 

8-871 
8-899 
8009 
8108 
8*133 

3*867 
8-804 
8*805 
3*414 
8*880 


8*615 
8-859 

8-588 

8-587 
8-486 
8 378 
8-467 
8-554 

8157 
8-850 
8-794 
8-468 
8-861 

8*887 
8-355 
8-614 
8-417 
8-910 

8*179 
8-886 
8-681 
8-515 
8*481 


8-887 
8*280 
8-810 

8-174 
8-158 
8-149 
8-077 
8144 

8*144 

8-506 
8-318 
8-341 
8-107 

8*888 
8-283 
8-849 
8-313 
3-878 

8*111 
3067 
8*210 
8- 155 
3*337 


1*887 
1-949 
8-088 

1-877 
8-085 
1-866 
1-913 
1-716 

8-883 
8-163 
8005 
8057 
1*917 

8016 
3-186 
1-985 
8-428 
1-844 

1*896 
8-068 
1*997 
8097 
1*718 


8*086 
8-164 
8-858 

8-063 
8*067 
8*119 
8*175 
1-806 

8*545 
8-889 
8*106 
8-199 

8*oa 

.8*176 , 
8-166 
8*814 
8-886 
8-066 

1*997 
8-868 
8*406 
8-195 
8*048 


Mean - 


8*479 


3-445 


8*178 


3*149 


8*488 


8*335 


8*017 


8*178 



the Table maj be read thus, withoutreferonoe to the decimal poinU:— In the Mareh quarter of the year 1686, 
to lOOvOOO of the population of England there were 8,088 births, and 8/15 deaths registered. The three months 
January, February, March, eontain 90, in Leap year 91 days ; the three months Aprfl, May, June, 91 days ; 
•aeh of the two last ^uartert of the year 98 d«ys* For this InequaUty a eorreotion hae been made in the 
ealeulai^a. 

^'^"^ bs 



First Quarter. — January ^ Fdrruary^ March. xvii 

Tlio population of Southampton is in a comparatively healthj stato. 
Small-pox was prevalent in the Abingdon district ; the Registrar printed 
notices at his own expense, and affixed them on the church doors. Some 
parents were stubborn, others were negligent; and their children con- 
sequently suffered or died of small-pox. 

The deaths in the South-Midland Division were below the average. 
J 7 cases of fever occurred in Sunbuiy, Staines; and apparently owed 
their origin to bad sanitary arrangements. 71 deaths happened in the 
Colney Hatch Lunatic Asylum. The enforcement of sanitary regulations 
is imperatively needed in the Toddington sub-district, where 44 deaths 
were registered. In Gaxton 4 deaths from diphtheria, 3 in one family, 
were recorded. About the fens of Cambridge ague and typhoid fever 
prevailed. 

10,064 children were bom and 2972 persons married in the Eastern 
Counties ; 6579 deaths were registered, and the mortality was much 
lower than it was in the winter of 1858, but higher than it was in the 
preceding winter. The births in Colchester, which is a garrison town, 
are unusually numerous ; the deaths are below the average, but influenza 
and whooping-cough have prevailed. The cold winds have undoubtedly 
been severely felt in Norfolk and Suffolk ; but the considerable amount 
of sickness has not greatly raised the mortality. In Stalham and 
Fincham, however, the deaths exceeded the births; 16 persons died of 
diphtheria in Stalham, 8 in Fincham. 

10,850 persons died in the South-western Counties ; where 15,904 
children were born and 6430 persons married. The mortality rate was 
lower than in the two previous years. Poole in Dorsetshire has been in 
an unhealthy state ; influenza apparently prevailed there with some 
intensity, and proved fatal to children and old people. The deaths (83) 
nearly equalled the births (88) ; the deaths in the whole district were 
109. Small- pox and measles prevailed in South Devon. In Exmouth 
the Registrar says : — " The deaths are one fourth above the average. 
'* 1 2 were from small-pox ; but only one after vaccination, and in this 
'' case the variolous eruption appeared seven days after the operation. 
" Vaccination has been attended with {he most beneficial efiects, and has 
*' arretted the progress of the disease. I believe there is scarcely a case 
" remaining in this district." Vaccination in this case was performed 
while the small-pox matter was developing itself in the system ; henco 
it was not a case of small-pox after protection by vaccination had been 
effected. Such cases are ignorantly cited as instances of small-pox after 
vaccination. Vaccination is much neglected and small-pox has been fatal 
in Plymouth. Small-pox, whooping-cough, and measles have i*aised the 
deaths in Bideford (16) above the average. A great number of illegitimate 
children are sometimes born in a small sub-dbtrict at the same time ; thus, 
in Lyme 6 of 27 children were born out of wedlock in the last quarter. 

Disease is propagated in parts of Cornwall by defective sanitary 
arrangements. Thus diphtheria has been fatal in Kea. The Registrar 
of Callington makes the following observation : — " This district is at this 
time rather unhealthy. During the quarter I have registered 8 deaths 
from typhus (probably typhia), 2 of which, those of mother and child, 
were in one house, and now the father and three other children are 
ill. The medical ofiicer in his report to the board of guardians, dated 
■ 28th March, says that ** these children absolutely require removal from 
the wretched hot-bed of fever in which they now lie ; they require 
" careful and constant nursing, cleanliness, ventilation, beef-tea ad 
" libitum, port wine, and various other articles." Again at Camborne 6 
deaths occurred from scarlatina, 2 from diphtheria, 8 from fever ; the 
latter occurring in parts of the town where drainage and sewerage are 
much neglected. 

In the West Midland Counties the marriages and births were abovci 
the deaths below, the average numbers. 8026 persons married ; 23,833 






xviii Summary of the Quarterly Reports, 1860. 

children were born ; 14,909 persons died. The health of the large towns 
of this division is evidently improving ; the fatality of disease is less than 
it was in Bristol and Clifton, where the deaths during the three last 
winters were 1194, 979, 876; in Birmingham and Aston 2046, 1923, 1740. 
If the municipal authorities succeed in supplying all the towns with pure 
water, and removing all the disinfected nightsoil and refuse to the fields, 
they wiU witness still further diminutions in the heavy death-rate which 
is now levied on the inhabitants. 

South Stafibrdshire contains a great number of enterprising men who 
are doing much valuable^work ; they extract coal or iron, and manufacture 
hardware ; but their attention has not hitherto been seriously directed to 
the preservation of the health of the people, who suffer from all kinds of 
pestilential diseases, and are in a deplorable sanitary state. In the district 
of Wolverhampton alone, for example, 980 deaths occurred in 91 days ; 
the mortality was high before, and whUe Birmingham is getting better, 
the health of the district of Wolverhampton is every year getting worse. 
Several hundreds of the inhabitants are every year disabled by sickness ; 
funerals are a staple trade ; parents lose their children, wives their • 
husbands, and children their fathers, by the poison of the place ; work- 
men and people in trade are cut down at. all ages in alarming numbers. 
Mechanism and chemical knowledge and capital abound in tJbe Wolver- 
hampton district ; why should they not be applied to render the sanitary 
arrangements perfect ? The deaths are below the average in Wednesbury, 
and this the Registrar attributes to improvements which the Local Board 
of Health has effected in " supplying the town with pure water, attending 
" to the sewerage, and compelling people, as far as possible, to cultivate 
" habits of cleanliness." This is satisfactory. 

The marriages and births increased, the deaths decreased in the 
North Midland Counties, where 3942 persons married, 11,875 children 
were born, and 7540 deaths were registered. Fever and diphtheria have 
proved fatal in some districts. Thus typhus prevailed in three villages 
of Oakham ; it was apparently the result of overcrowded sleeping rooms 
and want of ventilation. Diphtheria, scarlatina, and typhus, were fatal 
in several villages of Spilsby ; diphtheria killed 13 young persons under 
26 years of age in North Kelsey. The Registrar of East Retford 
comments justly on the severity of the weather, to which he ascribes "the 
" fearful mortality " throughout the whole of his district. The Registrar 
of St. Ann, Nottingham, on the other hand, records 224 births and only 
127 deaths. "The deaths," he says, "are below the average of corre- 
*' spending quarters ;" adding, " the sanitary arrangements are excellent 
" and carefully carried out, to which cause, no doubt, the decrease in the 
" mortality may in some measure be attributed.** It is evident that the 
severity of the season must have been felt all over the kingdom ; yet 
notwithstanding the effects of the weather, the mortality decreased 
wherever sanitary arrangements were sedulously worked. Even careful 
observers, sometimes, it may be remarked, refer the excessive mortality of 
their districts to the weather, or to some other causes over which people 
have little or no control. They do not bear in mind that foul air is more 
fatal than cold air, and that food and clothing and active employment keep 
out the cold. 

The marriages as well as births increased, the rate of mortality 
decreased in Lancashire and Yorkshire. 11,048 persons married, 
23,195 births, and 16,024 deaths, were registered in Lancashire ; 8034 
persons married, 19,148 births, and 12,610 deaths, were registered in 
Yorkshire. The mortality fell in Liverpool and Manchester. The 
decrease of the mortality is ascribed to the rise of wages, the active 
employment of the people in the factories, and to the sanitary improve- 
ments, which are so imperatively required in these two great counties. 

In the Northern Counties 41 14 persons married; 10,879 births, and 
6683 deaths were registered. The deaths are rather more numerous than 



Second Quarter. — Aprils May^ June. xix 

they were last year ; but the mortality is lower. Small-pox, diphtheria, 
scarlatina, and fever prevailed in some districts, especi^y those which 
are left in a dirty state. 

In Monmouthshire and Wales 4366 persons married ; 11,776 births, 
imd 8190 deaths, were registered. The mortality was below the average 
of Wales. 

Second Quarter — Aprils May^ June^ i860. 

The leading facts in the Eeturn may be stated thus : — ^the marriages 
were increasing ; the births were fewer than in the same quarter of 1859, 
and were also fewer than they would have been if the average spring 
birth rate had been maintained ; the deaths exhibit in no faint characters 
the effects of an ungenial season, and the rate of mortality was higher, 
with only two exceptions, than in any corresponding quarter of the 
previous ten years. The general aspect of the Betum is not satisfactory. 

Marriages. — 87, 554 persons married in the quarter ; and the rate of 
marriage was 1*766, exceeding the 'average by 'oji. The marriages rose 
from 39,890 in the spring quarter of 1858 to 43,777 in the corresponding 
quarter 01 the present year. From this fact it may be inferred that the 
prospects of the working classes have been growing brighter, and that 
their real condition has improved. The increase of marriages has been 
greatest in Cheshire and Lancashire, in London, and generally in the 
manufacturing districts ; but an increase is observable in every division 
except the Eastern Counties. 

Births. — The, number of boys and girls born in the quarter was 
174,028, the number in the previous quarter that ended March 31st 
having been 183,180. On an average of years as many children are born 
in the spring quarter as in the winter, but in the present year there was, 
as these figures show, a decrease that is not unimportant. 

The births in the quarter were to the population in the annual pro- 
portion of 3*512 per cent, whilst the average rate is 3*559. -^^ ^^7 
be added, that the birth-rate was lower than in any spring quarter of 
the previous ten years, except those of 1852, 1853, and 1858, and in each 
of those periods the mortality was above the average, as was also the 
mortality of the antecedent winter quarters. 

Increase of Pbpulation. — In the 91 days of the quarter the births 
exceeded the deaths by 63,159, This excess represents the natural 
increase of the population in that period ; the increase, aided by ingress 
from Scotland, Lreland, and more distant parts, is more considerable. 

The emigration of the last quarter consisted of 48,626 persons, who 
sailed from ports in the United Kingdom at which there are Grovemment 
emigration officers. By distributing 8260, who are not distinguished as 
regards the country of their birth, proportionally over the rest who are 
thus distinguished, it appears that 9437 were English, 3461 Scotch, 
33,438 Irish, and 2290 were foreigners. The United States were the 
destination of three fourths of the whole number. Of the English 
emigrants 5945 cliose the United States, 2792 the Australian Colonies. 
Although in the emigration to America the Irish were five times as 
numerous as the English, a considerably less number of the former, as 
compared with the latter went to Australia ; whilst as regards persons 
of Scotch origin, it is remarkable that nearly as many went to the North 
American Colonies as to the United States, and more than twice as many 
went to Australia as to either of those parts of America. National 
character is in part the cause of these differences ; but they are chiefly 
to be referred to the better or worse condition in life of the emigrants. 

Prices^ the fVeather^ and Pauperism. — Wheat has risen in price ; the 
average in the three months ending June 30th, was 52*. 8dL per quarter. 
In the same period of last year it was 47^. 3c/., and in that of 1858 
it was 44«. id. The deamess both of bread and meat has b^n sensibly 



XX Summary of the Quarterly Reports, I860. 

felt by the labouring class. The average price of beef was jW. per lb., 
that of mutton 6^. as sold in the carcase at Leadenhall and Newgate 
Markets. Taking for review the nine quarterly periods that have passed 
since March 1858, beef has lately risen above previous prices, that of the 
early part of last year being excepted ; and mutton has ranged still 
higher. The average price of superior mutton was last quarter 7^, 
liigher by three farthings than in the . previous nine months ; that of 
superior beef was 6^d,y and showed a less increase. Inferior beef was a 
penny dearer than it had been in the beginning of the year. The prices 
of both qualities of beef and mutton were higher than in the June quarters 
of i8j8-9, except that of inferior beef (^^d,), which was the same as 
respects the two June quarters of 18^9-60. York Regent potatoes sold at 
the waterside market, Southwark, at an average price of 142^. 6d, per ton : 
they were not so dear as in the same quarter of 1858 {162s. 6cf.), but 
much dearer than in that of last year (97^. 6d.) 

The numbers of paupers, both in-door and out-door, were less last 
quarter than they were in the same period of 18^9; but the decrease 
was inconsiderable. A decrease more important is observed when they 
are compared with those of i8j8. 

The temperature of the air, barometrical pressure, rain and other 
elements of the weather, which has been of unusual character, are 
minutely and skilfully described by Mr. Glaisher. He states that both 
days and nights in April were remarkably cold ; those in May were both 
somewhat warmer than usual ; in June both were cold, particularly the 
high day-temperatures, which were lower than in May though usually 
they are higher by seven degrees. April was colder than it had been 
previously in any year since 1839 ; and we must travel back to 182 1 to 
find so cold a June. June was colder than Mav at Guernsey, in Cornwall 
and Devonshire, and near the sea, south of latitude j3^ The meaa 
temperature of the quarter at Greenwich was jo* 5**, which is less by 2 "3** 
than the average of the same quarter in 19 years. At Greenwich the 
rain-fall iujJune was j*8 in. ; as far back as 1 815 there is no instance 
of so large a fall in Juna This fall was, however, greatly exceeded at 
stations south of Greenwich, particularly in Hampshire. 

State of the Public Health, — The deaths registered in the three months 
that ended June 30th were 110,869 ; a larger number than was returned 
in any previous June quarter (1848-59). The extent to which life was 
invaded and destroyed by causes that have been described, badness 
of weather and deamess of food, can be only partially discovered by 
comparing the mortality with an average derived fVom seasons boti^ 
healthy and unhealthy; but it may be stated that the annual rate of 
mortality last quarter was 2*237 P^^ ceait, of the population, while 
the average of ten previous springs was 2*195. In other words the 
mortality was such that if it had been maintained for a year, out of a 
hundred thousand persons 42 would have died in excess of the number to 
whom a season that could not be represented as healthy, but only of 
average character, would have been fataL 

If the mortality had been at the rate of 17 in a thousand annually, 
which is ascertained to be the rule of selected healthy districts, instead 
of the- actual rate (22), the deaths in the whole of England and Wales 
last quarter would have been 84,927 ; and 25,942 persons would, when 
the period had closed, still have formed as many units in the sum of 
human existence. An excess of deaths which is not decreed by inexorable 
fate may very properly be termed " unnatural," though it is quite true 
that, only the conditions being different, it is nature that killeth as well 
as giveth life. 

It is a remarkable and interesting fact that if two millions of acres 
on which the chief towns of England are situated, be distinguished from 
the remaining thirty-five that hold small towns and country parishes, it 
'is found that the rate of mortality on the former (2*328 per cent, per 



Second Quarter. — Aprils May^ June. xxl 

anntun) was below tbe average of last quarter, whereas on the latter the 
rate, 2 * i <;4, was above the average. The average rates were respectively 
2*373 and 2*041. Although the tune maj be distant when cities will 
be as healthful as rural districts, or the inferiority which our English 
poet ascribed to '^ the tovm " as the handiwork of man become much less 
apparent in point of salubrity than it is at present, it cannot be questioned 
that largo populations have even now advantages of a nature favourable 
to health which villages do not possess. The highest attainable health 
is probably to be sought in a happy combination of both states — rus in urbe, 
The words of an excellent popular writer may prove to be no dream, but 
a well-founded expectation ; he believes that we shall ultimately obtain 
<<a complete interpenetration of city and country, a complete fusion of 
^' their different modes of life, and a combination of the advantages of both, 
'^ such as no country in the world has ever seen."* But it may be asked, 
whether it is forbidden by this last expression to accept as a perfect 
model even Nebuchadnezzar's Babylon, which the distinguished writer 
himself has extolled. 

In London 149932 persons died in the quarter. The metropolis lost 
about a thousand more lives than in the healthier spring of 1859. ^^* 
monary complaints were very fatal. The mortality from zymotic diseases 
generally was comparatively low ; in this class measles chiefly prevailed. 

The South-Eastern Counties returned 9214 deaths, against 8830 and 
8468 in the springs of 1858-59. The parish of Barming in the Maidstone 
district sufierod fn>m angina maligna ; Worth in Sussex from diphtheria, 
which also attacked Newport in the Isle of Wight. Scarlatina was fatal 
in Southampton ; and the Registrar of Landport, Portsea Island, states 
that the " long winter and cold spring " had produced a high mortality 
in his district. 

In the South Midland Counties the mortality was high, except in 
Huntingdonshire. Typhus was imported from Luton into Wheathampstead 
(St. Albans) and six deaths from it occurred within a distance of 100 yards. 
Cesspools and pigsties, till then undisturbed, were at length abolished to 
stay the infection. Northampton suffered severely from small-pox, which 
was fatal in 34 cases in St Giles, and in 25 in All Saints, ^gue was 
very prevalent at Sutton in Cambridgeshire. 

The Eastern Counties show an increase in the deaths, which number 
6226. The medical attendant of a lady who died at Colchester from 
erysipelas considers that bad sewerage was the' cause of the death : 
*' The public sewers in the neighbourhood were so defective in trapping, 
*' that the house [where she lived] was poisoned with the stench." The 
Registrar of Radwinter mentions that the parish of Hempstead has 
generally more deaths from fever than all the rest 9f his district ; and 
he complains of the indecent overcrowding of cottages. It is stated that 
ague has probably never been so prevalent at Wenhaston (Blything) as in 
last quarter ; it was caused by the miasma from saturated marsh lands 
near the sea. Able-bodied men were the class most subject to it. In 
Norfolk diphtheria has prevailed at Holt, South Walsham, and Wells ; 
small-pox at King's Lynn, where it has been fatal to the unvaccinated. 

Tbe deaths rose above 10,000 in the South- Western Counties; they 
were nearly 900 more than in two corresponding quarters. They were 
numerous in Wiltshire, Devonshire, and Cornwall. In Chippenham, where 
measles has been very prevalent, the total deaths rose from about 100 to 
133. The same complaint was fatal at Lympston and Bideford in Devon- 
shire, also at Saltash in Cornwall ; and its fatality was believed to be 
owing to the cold wet season. Scarlatina was prevalent and fatal in Coiie 
Castle sub-district, and Camborne. "The unusual severity of the 
" weather " caused 25 deaths by whooping-cough, out of 82, at St. Agnes, 
Truro. Plymouth suffered much from small-pox. 

* Charles Eingsley's MlBcdlanies : Great Cities. 



xxii Summary of the Quarterly Reports^ I860. 

The West Midland Counties appear to have been on the whole 
healthy, but the mortalitj was high in certain localities. In Gloucester 
district, where the total deaths rose from about 165 to 253, measles was 
very fatal i it also " prevailed to an alarming extent ** at Newhali 
(Burton-upon-Trent), where the want of sanitary arrangements, is reported 
as the chief cause of increased mortality in the parish. Scarlatina 
attacked Whitchurch and Market Drayton in Shropshire, and was fatal 
in many cases. Four children died from diphtheria at Tarkhill in 
Herefordshire. 

The North Midland Counties were not unhealthy, except Lincoln- 
shire, in many parts of which measles prevailed fatally ; and at Gedney 
Hill there was ague. Hayfield in Derbyshire returned 12 deaths from 
diphtheria. The returns from Cheshire and Lancashire (Nobth Western) 
were not in the aggregate heavy ; but measles, so common in other parts, 
visited Heaton Norris, Macclesfield, Liverpool, West Derby, Manchester, 
Salford, and Preston; 17 deaths from small-pox at West Leigh. The 
mortality rose a little in Yorkshire. Ripponden (Halifax) suffered 
greatly from scarlatina. Many children died from measles in Leeds. 
Diphtheria caused numerous deaths at Campsall, Aberford, Richmond, and 
in the ill-drained village of Borrowby at Northallerton. Bad drainage 
and impurfe water caused an outbreak of typhus in East Cowton (NortJi- 
allerton). Mention has been made by the Registrar more than once of 
the bad sewerage at Sherbum, a few miles from Scarborough. In the 
Northern Counties at Little Chilton (Stockton) marshy ground bred 
much ague of a virulent character. Southwick village (Sunderland) is 
described as in *' most dreadful " sanitary condition. In Wales, out of 46 
deaths in Kenarth, 14 were from diphtheria, which was also very fatal at 
Llanarmon. 



Third Quarter, — July^ August, Sq)tembery i860. 

The temperature during the quarter was unusually low, the sky cloudy, 
the earth often sunless, and the weather generally bad, in the language 
of meteorology ; nevertheless, the progress of the phenomena which 
the returns record is satisfactory. The mortality was much below the 
average, the births little differed from it; the marriages became more 
frequent. Sanitary improvements have gone on, and the general result 
of the wet weather has been a better supply of water, the purification of 
the sewers, and the retardation of putrefaction, as well as of the zymotic 
changes which produce diarrhoea. Fruit has been comparatively abundant, 
and its consumption has also had a salutary efiect. Mr. Leigh, of Man- 
chester, justly says, "the dependence of diarrhosa upon a high temperature 
'' seems to be most marked, for fruit has been unusuaUy plentiful, and it 
" has been eaten most freely without ill effect." 

The ultimate results of ihe extraordinary season will be watched with 
interest as they are revealed in future returns. 

Marriages. — 8i,o8>2 persons married in the quarter ; and the marriage- 
rate was I '614, or higher than in any corresponding quarter since 1856, 
but slightly below the average of ten summer quarters. 

The increase of marriages was most striking in London and in Lan- 
cashire. 

Births. — 164,121 children were bom and registered in the ninety-two 
days of July, August, and September. The number is less than the 
number in the last year, but exceeds largely the numbers registered in 
the corresponding summer quarters of any previous year. The increase 
of births is most considerable in London, Lancashire, Cheshire, and York- 
shire. The birth-rate of the quarter was 3 * 267 5 the average of the 
season being 3*280. 

Inerease of Population. — The excess of births over the deaths in the 
quarter was 77,809 ; so the natural increase of the population of England 



TTltrrf Quarter. — July^ August^ September. xziii 

and Wales was at the rate of 846 daily ; and if the rest of tbe population 
increased equally fast the natural increase of the United Kingdom must 
have been at the rate of 1266 daily. The increase exceeds any on record. 

About 10,874 emigrants of English origin sailed from the ports of the 
United Kingdom at which there are Government emigration agents; 5134 
to the United States, 336 to the North American colonies, 41 15 to the 
Australian (Colonies, and 1289 to other parts. 33,734 emigrants sailed 
from these ports, of whom about 1433 were of foreign origin. Half of 
the Scotch and only about one eighth of the Irish go to the Australian 
colonies. 

Prices^ the Weathevy and Pauperism, — The prices of provisions have 
been high during the thirteen weeks. Taking the corresponding weeks 
of 1859 as the starting point, the price of wheat rose 34 per cent., beef 
7 per cent., mutton 11 per cent., potatoes 59 per cent. The average 
prices during the thirteen weeks were : wheat .59*. id, 2k quarter, beef 
5|dL, mutton 6|<f. a pound by the carcase in the Leadenhall and Newgate 
markets ; York Regent potatoes 135*. a ton at Waterside Market, 
Southwark. The prices of the lower qualities of beef were stationary 
(4^</.), and the prices of the higher qualities rose from 6\d. to 'jd, a 
pound. The prices of the lower and higher qualities of mutton rose \d, 
and \d, in the pound in the twelvemonth, and were respectively 5^. and 
'j^d. a pound during the thirteen weeks. 

The mean temperature of the thirteen weeks at Greenwich was 56** '2 ; 
which is less by ^^'^ than the mean temperature of the corresponding 
seasons of 89 preceding years. The temperatures of July, August, and 
September were all below the average to nearly an equal extent. There 
is no other instance on record of so low a mean temperature of the four 
months June, July, August, and September as 55** '9. By going back to 
1 77 1 Mr. Glaisher, however, finds a mean temperature of 56 o. The 
fall of rain in the three months was 9 ' 6 inches, which is 2 * i inches in 
excess of the average. The fall of rain has been 25 • i inches at Green- 
wich during 9 months, and has varied at the several stations from 16 '8 
inches at Scarborough to 42*6 inches at Lampeter in Cardiganshire. 
The excess of rain at Greenwich in the nine months is 6*0 inches. 
Upon this subject and others Mr. Glaisher in his valuable report gives 
some interesting details ; and among them may be mentioned the time at 
which the crops as well as some fruits ripened. According to his reports 
the potato disease is not so bad in the south as it is in the north of 
England. 

Pauperism is declining ; on an average 769,360 were in the receipt of 
relief, while the number in the corresponding weeks of the previous year 
was 783,449. 

Staie of the Public Health, — 86,3 1 2 deaths were registered in the three 
months ending in September, or less by 17,904 than the deaths (104,216) 
registered in the corresponding quarter' of 1 859. To every six deaths 
in the last there were only Jive in the present summer. The rate of 
mortality was 17 ; whereas the average of the season is 20 per 1000. 

The reduction of the mortality is observable in the town and in the 
country districts ; but it is by far the greatest in the town districts. The 
rate of mortality in the town districts fell from 23*77, which is the 
average of lo summer quarters 1850-59, to 18 '61 per 1000; in the 
country and small town districts from 17*51 to 15 "84, or 5*16 degrees 
in the town and i • 67 in the country districts. 

This is exceedinely gratifying ; and if the supply of vegetables prove 
adequate through the year, it is not probable that the reaction will deprive 
the population of all its gains. The drainage of the banks of the Thames 
and of the other marshy districts of the country would secure the in- 
habitants from the attacks of neuralgia, rheumatism, ague, and fever 
which often follow rainy seasons. 



XXVI 



Summary of the Quarterly Reports^ 1860. 



' 



The remedy is too simple to obtain immediately all the attention it 
deserves from the municipal authorities. But thej cannot do better than 
imitate the great oriental dignitary suffering from leprosy, as our towns 
are now suffering from other diseases, who although he was wroth when 
told to '^ wash and be clean/' yet finally obeyed the injunction, and was 
healed. 

Fourth Quarter. — October^ November^ December ^ i860. 

The Quarterly Betums are favourable, and imply that the population 
was not only more prosperous but healthier than usual. The marriage 
rate was slightly above the average, so that the prospects of the working 
classes were in their own opinion good ; the births sUghtly decreased, and 
the mortality fell below the average. The improvement in health was 
greatest in the town districts. 

The accounts of births and deaths for the year i860 show an increase 
of the birth and a decrease of the death rate. 

Marriages,* — 101,376 persons married in the quarter ; and this is the 
greatest number that have ever married before in the same season. 

The quarterly marriage rate (per cent, per annum) was 2*012^ the 
average being 2*001. 

The same excess is observed in the marriages of the year i860 ; for 
340,312 persons married, and the marriage rate was 1*710, the average 
rate being 1*694. 

The greatest increase of marriages is observed in the manuftusturing 
districts of Yorkshire and Lancashire. 

Births. — 162,719 children were bom and registered in the last quarter 
of the year i860 ; or more by 4757 than were registered in the last 



Table xVjlL— ENGLAND. Annual Batb of Kobtalitt per Gent in Town and Cocntbt 

D18TBIOT8 in each Quarter of the Tears 1850-1860. 





Population 
enumerated. 


Qnarten 
ending 


Annual Katb of Mortautt per Cent, in eaeh Quarter of the Tean 






1850. 


1851. 


1852. 


1R53. 


1854. 


1855. 


1856. 

2*418 
2-818 
2-191 
2-278 

2-298 


1857. 


1858. 


1859. 


II 






1851. 


1861. 


I860. 


In 126 Diitriett 
and 83 Sab- 
distrieta com- ' 
Drislng the 

CBXXf TOWMf. 


8,2<7/a7 
9,080,502 


9b8Q0J8O 
10^259^ 


(March 
J June - 
laept. - 
I Deo. - 

Tear- 


2*408 
2'22» 
2*207 
2*827 

2*2M 


2*69S 
2*451 
2*847 
2*491 

2*486 


2*627 
2*418 
2*674 
2*466 

2*520 


2*888 

2*816 
2*650 

2*586 


2*758 
2*475 
8*066 
2*696 

2*749 


8-188 
2-426 

2-oei 

2-809 
2-480 


2-586 
2-247 
2-401 
2-580 

2*441 


2*779 
2*378 
2-274 
2*766 

2*«49 


2*609 
2*262 
2 810 
2-879 

2*405 


2*685 
2-87S 
2-877 
2'4IK 

2*481 


2*686 

r828 
1-86L 
2-812 

2-2S4 


Intherenuininff' 
DUtrioto and 
Sab-diBtriotaof 
England and 
Wiues eom- 
prUIng ohiefly 
Small Towns 
and CouMTiiT 
Pamuueb 


Year- 

(March 
) June - 
J Sept. - 
(Deo. - 


1*902 

2*138 
1*0B5 

i-ezo 

1*806 


1*949 

2*126 
2-097 
1*783 
1*908 


1*987 

2*124 
2000 
1-853 
1'9U 


2*088 

2*425 
2*190 
1-700 
1-886 


2*006 

2179 
1-988 
1-860 
2006 


2-078 

2*n6 
2*141 
1*688 
1*797 


1-825 

1*975 
1*966 
1-686 
1*751 


^-949 

2-090 
1-947 
1-770 
1-989 


2*097 

2*508 
2*061 
1^45 
2*077 


2*001 

2-377 
2060 
1*902 
2-016 


1-902 

2*266 
2*0U 
1-751 
1*910 


1-066 

2*888 
2-164 
1*584 
1*780 



Names of the 125 Dlatrists and 23 Sub-dlBtricts oompriBlng the chief towiu ;— AH the Dlstriets of London (86), and Kingstao, 
Btehmond, GraTesoid, Medway, East and West Maidstone Sub-distriotSt Canterbury, Tbanet, Hastings, Brighton, Portsea 
Island, AlTorstolM (Gosport), Southampton, Winchester Sub-district, Reading, Brentford, Edmonton, St. Clement Sob- 
district, Headlngton, Ozftnd, Northampton, Cambridge, West Ham, Colchester, Bury St. Edmunds, Ipswich, Yarmoatii, 
Norwieh, King's Ljrnn, Mdksham, Salisbury, Exeter, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Stoke Danaerel (Derooport), Bedmth, 
Bath, Bedminster Sub-district, Bristol, Clifton, St. Nicholas Gloucester, and St. John the Baptist Gloucester Snb-dlsbrkts, 
Cheltenham, Herelbrd City Sub-district, Shrewsbury, Wolstanton, Stoke-upon-Trent, Wolrerhampton, Walsall, West 
Bromwieh, Dudley, Stourbridge, Worcester, Birmingham, Aston, CoTentry, Leicester, Lineoln Home teb-district, Radford, 
Nottingham, Derby, Stockport, East Maoelesfleld, West Macclesfield, and Sutton 8ub>distriets, Chastsr Castle and 
Chester Cathedral Sub-districts (Great Boughton), LiTerpool, West Derby, Wigan, Warrington, Leigh, Bolton, Bury, 
Barton-upon-Irwell, Chorlton, Sslford, Manchester, Ashton, Oldham, Rochdale, Haslingden, Burnley, Bladibum, Plreetoo, 
Todmorden, Huddersfleld, Halifax, Bradford, Hunslet, Leeds, Devrsbury, Wakefield, Eodesall Bierlow, Sheffield, Boottam, 
Mieklegate, and Walmgate Subnlistriots (York), Soulcoates, Hull, St. Oswald and St. Nicholas Sub-distrieU (Duxiiam). 
Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland, South Shields, Gateshead, Newcastle-^ipon-Tyne, Tynemouth, St. Cuthbert and St. Maiy 
Sub-districts (Carlisle), Merthyr Tydfil, and Llangafelach and Swansea Sub-4istriotB (Swansea). 

The throe months January, February, March, contain 90, in leap jear 01 days ; the three months April, Maj, June, 01 
days ; eaeh of the last two quarters of the year, 92 days. For this inequality a correotioa has been made in the caloulationa, 
also tot the diflbrence between 866 and 865*25 days, and 866 and 865*25 days in leap year. 



Fourth Quarter. — October^ November^ December. 



xxvii 



quarter of 1858, and 7372 less than the number in the last quarter of 
1859. The lurth-rate of the quarter was 3*230; the average of the 
quarter being 3 * 234, 

684,048 children were registered in the year i860 ; and the annual 
birth-rate was 3 '4379 making '020 above the annual average. Taking one 
day with another through the vear, 1874 children were bom daily. 

Increase of PopuhUion. — ^The births exceeded the deaths in the 
quarter by ^5^796, and that was the natural increase of the population. 



Tabub XVni.— The Avxragb Pricks of Consols, of Whbat, of Meat, ard of Fota- 
TOBS, in each of the Yean, and in each Quarter of the Years 1852-1860; and also the 
AvBRAOB KuicBEB OF Paupers BELIEVED on the kut day of each Week, in each of 
thb Tears and in each Qoarter of the Tears 1857 to 1860. 



Tbabs. 

1868 
186S 
1864 

1865 
1886 
1867 
1858 
1850 
1860 



Arengd 

Prioe 

of 

OOMOU 

(fer 
MoMT). 



QrABTBBS 

ending 
1662:— 

Karoh 

June 

Sept. 

Doc 
185S.— 

March 

June 

Sept. 

Btc. 
1864:— 

March 

June 

Sept. 

Dec 
1855?— 

March 

June 

Sept. 

IHC 
1856:— 

Maroh 

June 

Sept. 

Bee. 
1867:— 

March 

June 

Sept. 

Dec 
1868:— 

March 

June 

Bept. 

Dec 
1869:— 

March 

June 

Sept. 

Dec. 
1860:— 

March 

June 

Sept. 



m 

100 
1001 



Aventga 
Prie? 

of 
Wbxat 

per 
Qoarter 

in 
England 



«ad 
Wales. 



40 10 
52 U 
72 6 
74 8 
60 8 
56 6 
44 8 
48 10 
58 8 



40 10 

40 10 

41 2 
40 6 

45 7 
44 6 

61 10 
60 10 

79 6 
78 4 
68 10 

68 

69 11 



78 
76 
79 



4 
1 

4 



72 4 

68 8 

72 8 

68 4 

66 10 

66 9 

69 11 
62 

4B 6 

44 1 

44 7 

41 9 

40 8 

47 8 
44 

48 4 

44 5 

62 8 

59 1 

66 9 



PACViaiSM. 



ATeragt Nmnber of 

Paapen reUered 

on the last dan of 



In-door. 



121.669 
120.140 
110.604 
110,603 



186A81 
119.241 
109.871 
1284»tf 

188.876 
119.284 
107,197 
115.761 

122354 
109.160 
100.5S2 
109,489 

118.628 
107.060 
101.680 
115.158 



Onfc-door. 



787.287 
751.031 
705.051 

687.762 



777.486 
788.884 
708,644 
786,794 

885.641 
768.878 
706.801 
710.904 

748.964 
710.410 
688.867 
688,962 

717.864 
698.384 
667,680 
678,680 



Arerage Prieee of 

Mbat per lb. Potatoks 

al I^adenhall and Newgate (Tork Begents) 
Maikets (by the Careaae). _ per Ton at 

. WatenideMarket 




4-61 




4J-6 
4—6 






41-61 




Careaae). _ P«r Ton at 

WatanideMarket, 

MuTTOir. Sonthwark. 

ogeof -, Bangeof ^^,^ 
rioea. Mean, prfoea. Mean. 



Bsxp. MuTTOir. Sonthv 

Bangeof -^ Bangeof .. Bangeof 
PriSi. Mean. PrtSea. Mean. p gSee. 




d, 

4f 

6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 

5J 

6 



4| 

4 

41 



% 



3=8 

4—6 
4t-<>» 



31 



4» 

5 
5 
41-7 

3^ 
5—7 

34 

6—7 

Al__AA 

6-7 
4»-6f 

5*-7i 




79-103 
116—146 
107—131 

94-107 

78—98 
108—134 
104-136 

79—109 
120—145 



60-80 
85—110 
80-100 
90-180 

11(H-146 
11(^145 
110—126 
135—166 

180—160 

187—178 

75—85 

96—105 

105-180 

110—180 

69—79 

90-100 

78—93 
7(^90 
75— 80 
90—110 

100—120 

105—150 

96—116 

180—150 

130—175 

140-185 

65-90 

80— 95 

80—100 
85—110 
65—105 
85—120 

116—146 
126—160 
125—145 
115—130 



«.<2. 

91 
130 6 

119 
100 6 

86 6 

120 8 
1200 

940 
182 6 



70 

976 

90 

106 

127 6 
1276 
117 6 
150 

140 

155 

80 

100 

112 6 

1200 

74 

960 

860 

800 

78 

100 

110 
187 6 
106 
140 

1626 

162 6 

77 6 

876 



90 

97 

85 

102 




6 

6 



130 
142 6 
186 
122 6 



xxviii 



Summary of the Quarterly lieports, 1860. 



In the year the natural increase of England and Wales was 261,327 
souls ; 716 daily. If Scotland and Ireland increased at the same rate the 
natural increase of the population of the United Kingdom must have 
been at the rate of 1069 daily. 

Emigration earned off a part of the increase. In the quarter about 7074 
English emigrants sailed from the ports at which there are Government 
Emigration Offices ; nearly in equal proportions to the United States 
and the Australian colonies. 

PriceSy the Weather ^ and Pauperism, — ^The scarcity or the abundance of 
the principal articles of food is shown by their prices. 

Wheat was 565. 9^. a quarter ; or 31 per cent, higher in price than 
it was in the corresponding quarter of 1859. Beef at the Leadenhall 
and Newgate markets was sold, by the carcase, at 4|i/. a pound ; or nearly 
\d, less. Mutton was on an average ^\d. a pound, and remained the same 
as in the last months of 1859. The potato crop partially failed ; and 
York Regents, at the waterside market, were sold at 1229. 6d, a ton ; 
or at the rate of i^ lb. for a penny. The price of this universal article 

Table XIX. — Mean Ankual Value of Meteorological ELSMEinn 



KAMES 

or 

STATIONS. 



I 

I 

I 

il 
II 



I 

3 



Btfometar. 



I 



» 



Tbermomettr. 



I 



O 



1 

I 

I 
I 



Onenifey - - - , 

HaUtoa - - - . 

Tmro - - - - 
Bxeler, Elmbrook 
Exeter, tOO Ulgh-fltreet 

VeotDor - - - 

OtbOTM - - - , 

Wwthinff - - - 

yadrUcht - - - 

LittleBridy - - 

BamiUpla . - - 
Aldenhot Camp 

Cttfton - - - 
Royal Obsenr., Onenwieh 
St John's Wood 

OuUdbaU - - - 

Whitehall . - - 
OamdenTown - 



Oxford 

HartweUHooae 
Hartwell Beetory 
GUnioester - 

IloTrtoa 
Cardinfton 



^ 



ford - 
L ampe ter - 
Norwich - 
Grantham - 
Belrolr Caatle 
Derbjr 

Holuam - 
Nottingham 

Hawarden - 
Lirerpool - 
Manehester 
Wakefield - 
Leeds - 
BUmrhurst 
BenBhyddiiiff 
York - - 



Searboroof h • — - 

Isleof Man . - •> 
81. Paol's Parsonage 

Brwell - - - - 

ADenbeads . . - - 

UighHoose . . - 

North Shields - - . 



8M 

106 
43 
110 
1«4 
150 
173 
34 
C98 
887 

81 

850 
SS8 
159 
171 

• • 

4S 

185 

18 

810 
850 
890 
100 

871 
100 
400 
100 
•480 

48 
190 
900 
174 

39 
174 

860 
87 
183 
115 
138 
381 
510 
50 

97 

108 

16 

74 

1800 

4U 

184 



O / 

49 8S 

50 7 
50 17 
50 44 
50 44 
50 85 
50 48 
50 45 
50 58 
50 41 



// 
ON. 













a 5 15 

51 15 85 
5188 
5188 38 



5180 14 

518187 

5198 

51 45 

5149 

5149 

5158 



840 
T 







58 
58 

58 6 
58 8 
58 7 
58 87 
88 54 88 
58 53 40 
58 55 
58 57 
58 07 80 

58 1115 
58 84 48 
88 89 
63 40 50 
5348 

53 50 48 
58 55 18 
5850 

5417 

54 6 
54 58 

54 56 48 
54 48 44 
8584 9 

65 7 



in. 
89*688 

89*880 
89*903 
89-705 
89*716 
89*746 
89*708 
89*876 

89*880 

89*848 
89*554 
89*617 
89*696 
89 688 
89*884 
89*834 
89*787 
89*868 
89*646 
89*567 
89*580 
89*757 

89*597 
89*689 
89-780 
89*753 
89*417 
89'808 
89-689 
89-587 
89*680 
29-785 
89-615 

99*681 
99*850 
89*715 
89*707 
89*669 
89-890 
89-896 
89*758 

89*703 
89*787 
89*770 
89*700 
88*888 
894V 



in. 
1*188 

1*178 
1*894 
1*289 
1*965 
1*187 
1*206 
1*103 

1*226 

1-880 
1-146 
1*868 
1*216 
1-106 
1*164 
1-090 
1-217 
1161 
1*888 
1187 
ri70 
1*885 

1-806 
1*206 
1*145 
1*158 
1*286 
1-188 
1-254 
1*228 
1-908 
1*251 
1*884 

1*850 
1*856 
1*890 
1-800 
1*801 
1*325 
1*816 
1*817 

1*858 
1*354 
1*416 
1*883 
1*830 
1*880 



89*754 1*800 



• O 
69*8 

56-1 
68-0 
68*6 
63*6 
61*5 
68-6 
61*5 
50-8 
68-7 

64*8 
65*4 
61*8 
64*8 
63-6 
63*8 
64-0 
64*0 
63-1 
62-0 
64*3 
68*8 
64*0 

64*4 
64*0 
57*8 
64*11 
68*5 
68-8 
68*5 
68*8 
61*1 
61*7 
64*8 

61-6 
60*1 
63*5 
64*4 
64*1 
61*0 
60-1 
68*0 

68*7 
60*6 
68*4 
68-0 
55*7 
60-7 

00*0 



89-5 

44*0 
81*5 
83*1 
85-1 
86*6 
84*8 
83*4 
838 
30*8 

83*7 
80*9 
8O-9 
30*8 
88-3 
86-8 
84*8 
81*0 
81*8 
89-4 
89*5 
80*1 
30*8 

88*5 
88*8 
84*6 
80*8 
26-9 
80*6 
81-8 
88*3 
88-4 
28*0 
86-4 

81*6 
86*4 
88-1 
96*6 
80*0 
88*8 
89*4 
88*8 

880 
80*6 
87*8 
80*0 
85*4 
89*0 

89*4 



o 
19-8 

18*1 
81*4 
30*5 
28*5 
14*9 
29*4 
881 
27*6 
82-4 

81-1 
84*5 
80-9 
34-0 
81-8 
98*0 
80*8 
88*0 
81*8 
88*6 
34*7 
88-8 
88-8 

85-9 
85*8 
83-8 
88-8 
86-6 
88-8 
81*8 
85*6 
88*7 
38*7 
88*4 

80*1 
88*7 
85*4 
87*8 
84*1 
83*6 
80*7 
88*8 

85*7 
80*1 
85*1 
83-0 
80-3 
81*7 

80-6 



o 
58*1 

58*8 
56*4 
54-9 
53*4 
58-6 
56*4 
53*9 
51*7 
64*6 

55*5 
55-8 

54-8 
56*4 
55-8 
64*9 
56*8 
55-8 
58*8 
53-8 
54*4 
64*7 
54-8 

64-7 
54*6 
50-0 
65*1 
54*6 
68*8 
68*4 
68*6 
58*8 
58*7 
54-6 

68*6 
63*8 
64*0 
64-1 
68*6 
58*0 
61*8 
51*8 

481 
63*7 
51-5 
58*8 
47*6 
58-8 

49*8 



o 
45-7 

45*9 
48*8 
48*0 
48*0 
86*7 
48*3 
41*8 
40*2 
40*0 

48-9 

89*8 
41-8 
40*6 
41*0 
48*9 
48*8 
41*0 
40*8 
88*4 
89*0 
40*1 
88*7 

89*6 
89-8 
48*8 
41*1 
89-0 
40*9 
41*0 
88*8 
40*0 
40*4 
88-7 

40*9 
44*1 
88*7 
88-4 
89-9 
89-8 
88*4 
40*7 

41*8 
41*8 
88-7 
40*1 
86*0 
87*6 

89*1 



o 
7-4 

18*4 
18*1 
18-9 
9-4 
16*9 
14*1 
11-4 
U-5 
14*6 

18-6 
15-4 
18*0 
15-8 
14-8 
UO 
18-1 
14*8 
18*5 
14*9 
15*4 
14-6 
16*1 

16*1 
14*8 
7*7 
14*0 
16*6 
18*9 
U*4 
14*4 
18*8 
11*8 
16-9 

11-7 
8*8 
16-8 
15*7 
18*7 
18-9 
18*9 
10-6 

8*8 
18*4 
18-8 
18*7 
U*6 
14*8 

10*1 



o 
47-8 

48-8 
50*8 
48-0 
48*8 
49*8 
481 
47*4 
45*9 
46*6 

48*7 
47-8 
46*6 
47*0 
47*6 
48-8 
48*6 
47-4 
47*0 
46*8 
46*6 
46*4 
47*1 

46*0 
46*6 
46*4 
47-8 
46*0 
48-6 
46*8 
46*8 
«*8 
45*0 
46*6 

46-8 
47-6 
46*0 
46*0 
46*8 
45*8 
48*6 
46*8 

45*1 
46*9 
46*6 
46*7 
40*8 
44*4 

44*7 



o 
45*0 

41*8 
48*7 
48*8 
tt*9 
ttl 
44*9 
48*8 
48-4 
tt*l 

48*7 
48-8 
48*8 
48*4 
48*0 
44*9 
41 *S 
41*4 
48*S 
41*9 
41*7 
41 *S 
48*8 

48*9 

48-S 
tt-0 
41-8 
48-8 
48*9 
41*9 
48*1 
88-8 
41*7 
40*4 

40-S 
41*6 
41*9 
40*7 
89*6 
40*9 
40*9 
49*9 

41*5 
tt-6 

40-9 
60-9 
87*0 
41*4 

41*0 



Fourth Quarter.— October, November, December. zxix 

of food Toee progressively in the last three months of the threo years 
1858-59-60 from 8p.6d. to 102s. 6d. and i22t.6d. a ton. To supply 
ita de&iuencj other antiscorbutic vegetables, fruit, or herbs are required. 

The meteorology of the season waa peculiar, and is fullj described by 
Ur. Olushcr. The season was unusually cold ; and on December iSth, 
and afterwards, the cold became intense. On Christmas Day, the 
temperature of the air fell to 7% on the 39th to 8° Fahrenheit. The 
extreme temperatures varied in different parts of the country ; thus oa 
Christmas Day the temperature fell in Guernsey to 30°, Holston to 32% 
Truro to 36°, Ventnor to 34°, and on the south coast to 17° and 30° ; these 
temperatures gradually decreasing in the latitude of 5>i° to &', 7°, and 
6° ; and further north to zero ; at Nottingham the lowest reading was 
noted as S" below xero; further north than 54° of latitude the readings 
increased to 13° at Alnwick, and iff at Scarborough. 

Tlie atmospheric pressure was also low, and a large amount of rain 
fell in December ; the quantity varying in different parts. The rain-fall 
of the year at Greenwich was 33 in., at Truro 5a*7in., at Barnstaple 



In the Tear 1860. B; Jambs Qlaisbek, £»{., F.RS. 



riwut. 

UtUiBridr. 



iJIUcirLr. 



Summary of the Quarterly Meparts, 1860. 



jo'oin., at Lampeter 54*3 in., at Stonjharst 50*4111., the four highest ; 
at Liverpool 26*7 in., Grantham a8* i m., Gloucester 28*1 in., Boee Hill 
(Oxford) 25 '4 in. the London Stations, Battersea, Whitehall, and Guild- 
hall, »7 • 7. 

Pauperism gradually declined ; and the paupers fell from 826,655 to 
793,391, and 788,838 receiying relief on an average during the last 
quarters of the years 1858-59-60. 

State of the Public Health, — 102,923 deaths were registered in the 
last quarter of the year i860, and the annual rate of mortality during 
the season was 2 * 043. The mortalily was o * 140 below the average. 

Upon making up the account for the year the deaths are found to be 
422,721 ; and the annual rate of mortality 2* 124 ; or a little more than 
21 in 1000. The average of the preceding 10 years is 22. So one life 
in every 1000 living was saved. 

Yet the mortality of England and Wales is still greatly in excess of 
the rate experienced in the least unhealthy districts. The deaths instead 
of 102,923 would at that rate have been 78,833 ; so during the 92 
days 24,090 persons died unnatural deaths in the least unhealthy country 
in Europe. 

The densest districts are still the unhealthiest. In the populaticm 
of town districts, exceeding nine millions at the census of 1061, the 
mortality was at the rate of 23 in 1000 ; in the country districts, of 
more than ten millions, the rate of mortality was 18 in 1000 ; so the 
chances of dying in the two groups of districts were as 23 to 18. There 
is a wide field open for sanitary improvement in the country as well 
as in towns, and it is gratifying to find that the progress is now evident ; 
for the mortality of the town districts has declined firom 25 to 23, and of 
the country districts from 19 to 18. 

Upon looking at the country generally we find that the epidemic 
diphtheria still prevails in parts of the kingdom ; measles, whooping- 
cough, small-pox, scarlatina, fever are also so frequendy mentioned in the 
Registrar's notes that they may be considered prevaUing epidemics. 

It is the characteristic of these zymotic diseases that they do not 
depend upon general atmospheric conditions, but are often very fatal in 
one community, while they are entirely absent from another in the same 
climate. 

Li London the mortality was below the average; the deaths were 
15,618. 

In the South Eastern Counties, Surrey, Eent^ Sussex, Hamp- 
shire, and Berkshire, the mortality was much below the average of 
the same season of the two preceding years ; the deaths were 8i6i. 
The deaths in the Invalid Convict prison, Woking, it is said, are dimi- 



Table XX. — ^Mbaic Annual Value of Metbobologigal Elements 



Pasallbu 

of 
Latitdds. 



Barometer. 



I 



nieroMmiettr. 



H 


¥ 


H 


i 


|S 


s 


C.K 




if 


i 


^n 


* 





1 



I 



Mtuk 

Temperatitxe 



I 






Between the latltodesr 

4!9°and. BfP - 

6OO and BIO _ 

6I0 end 0SO - 

fiZOaod fiSO - 

430 and 64° - 

540 and «y - 

OfiOand Stfi - 

Between the latitndeVf 
490andMO - 



in. 
90*«83 


in. 


S'8 


S'6 


19'748 


1'186 


60-6 


84*6 


S8'687 


1'17S 


68*6 


88*4 


90*066 


1*S30 


68*6 


80*0 


S9-661 


1-806 


62*8 


80*6 


29*646 


1-860 


60*1 


89*3 


2»*£90 


1*840 


60*8 


89*8 


29*668 


1*246 


61*5 


88*9 



o 

19*8 
96*1 

80*9 
88-6 
88-7 
80*9 
811 



99*8 



&'\ 
64*6 
64*4 
61-4 
68*6 
60*9 
60*7 



69*6 



&1 
41*7 
40*6 
40*8 
40-0 
88-4 
88*8 



49*0 



?• 



r-4 

19-0 
18*8 
11*1 
19-8 
11-6 
19*4 



10*6 



o 

47*8 
48*0 
47*1 
45*4 
45*8 
44-7 
44*6 



46*9 



4?*0 
tt*0 
49*1 
49*8 
48*8 
40*6 
41*9 



49-8 



Fourth Quarter. — October, November^ Hecember. 






« 



nished by a better state of the drainage. In an isolated cottage, on an 
elevated common in Coulsdon parish, Croydon, four childreii of one family 
died of diphtheria within a month. Three deaths from the same disease 
occurred in the family of a bricklayer living in Shenfield (Wokingham, 
Berkshire). The registrar visited the place. " The house," he says, " is 

completely isolated, but is situated on a cold, clayey, undrained soil. 

The interior of the dwelling is in a much better condition than that 

of cottages generally." 

In the SotJTH MiDLAin) Counties 6020 persons died ; the mortality 
in nearly every county being below that of the two preceding years. 
The Watford district in which the mortality was high (144 deaths) was 
visited by whooping-cough and measles, followed by inflammation of 
the lungs ; the King's Langley sub-district also suffered severely from 
the former epidemic The sanitair state of Watford requires attention. 
Small-pox is still exceedingly fatal in Northamptonshire, and the neigh- 
bouring counties have not escaped. 25 deaths from small-pox were 
registered in St. Giles, Northampton, and 32 in Wellingborough. 

In the Eastern Counties j^a^^ deaths were registered ; less by five 
hundred than in the corresponding quarter of the previous year. Diph- 
theria destroyed four lives in a house in Chipping Ongar, two of girls 
of 18 and 16, two of boys of 10 and 5 years of age. The deaths in 
Wells, Walsingham, were raised by diphtheria, ague, and remittent fever 
assuming occasionally the typhoid form. 

The deaths (8301) in the .South-western Counties were less by 
180 1 than the deaths in the corresponding quarter of 1858. The reduction 
was observed in all the counties, Wilts, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall, and 
Somerset. Wilton suffered severely from scarlatina; Plymouth from 
small-pox. The high mortality of Redruth is accounted for by scarlatina 
and whooping-cough. The sanitary state of Redruth is bad, otherwise 
354 persons would not have died in the district in three months. 
Batheaston and Bath have been comparatively healthy. 

The 12,020 deaths in the West Midland Counties show an improved 
state of health, for the number is less by 2^27 than the deaths in the 
autumn quarter of 1858 ; and the reduction is evident in every county. 
Bristol, Cheltenham, and Birmingham were comparatively healthy, and 
so were the usually insalubrious districts of South Staffordshire. Diph- 
theria is still ranging about the parishes of these counties ; it killed 
ten children in the parish of Great Barrington, Stow-on-the-Wold, and 
several are still under medical treatment Shrewsbury lost some lives ; 
the deaths were increased in Oswestry ; and in Overton, Ellesmere, sixteen 
fatal cases of the disease were registered. The registrar of St. Martin, 
Birmingham, remarks that the continuous rain has effectively cleansed the 



in the Year I860 for different Paballels of Latitude. 




i 



Wind. 



Rdatire 
Proportion of 



N. 



S. 



W. 



Bain. 



I 






PAEALLlfJ 

or 

Latitude. 



IB. 

'8M 
•MB 
*fl70 



in 



fit. 


Fi 




frt. 














dajt. 


In. 


8-5 


8T 


«0 


1-7 


8 






9 




800 


48*0 


r» 


0*8 


84 


645 


1-6 


7 






10 




80« 


40-0 


s*a 


0*5 


84 


643 


O'O 


7 






10 




180 


81*9 


$•1 


0-6 


80 


640 


It 


6 






10 




80« 


89-6 


8*0 


0*6 


85 


648 


1-0 


8 






10 




178 


85*8 


S'O 


0*5 


86 


688 


1-7 


8 






10 




808 


88*8 


8*0 


0-4 


88 


648 


1-8 


8 






10 




818 


87-0 


8*S 


0'5 


88 


640 


1-5 


7 


8 


6 


10 


6*8 


199 


87*5 



Botween tlie latitadMr- 
49<'mh160O 
BfP»aA5V> 
6I0 and 69° 
69° and 630 
68° and 540 
64^ and 660 
6^ and 680 

BetWMn the latitodM.- 
480and880 



C 8 



xzxii , Suptmarif of the Qaarterly Reportt, 1860. 

sewers, and has conseqnentlj diminished the deaths in his veiy flat 
neighbourhood. At Leamington 14 deaths from smoll-pox were regis- 
tered. The registrar of Holy Trinity, Coventry, saya, Uiat the " births 
" were 180 ; the deaths 67. Notwithstanding the anprecedented distress 

which has prevailed in Coventry, consequent upon the utter proBtratloa 

of the ribbon trade, the rate of mortality has been extremely low, there 

being only 67 deaths against 13a deaths in the corresponding quarter of 

Ust year \ 98 in 1858, and 100 in 1857." 

The care of the mothers of Coventry has, it would seem, counteracted 
some of the effects of privation ; so the neglect of their homes, by mothers 
at work in these manufactures, is apparently more fatal than starvation. 

In the NOBTH Midland Counties the reduction of mortality was 
great; the deaths from 7986 in 1858 fell to ,5889. Each county and 
nearly every dUtrict exhibited improvement. In Nottingham the deaths 
fell from 733 in i8j8 to 414. The mortality was exceedingly high ; and 
it has now fallen within the usual limits. The diminished fatjdity is 
ascribed by the registrars to sanitary arrangements, and \a tlie judicious 
activity of the h^th officers. Measles h^a been fatal in 34 cases at 
Derby ; where the total deaths were 396. 

The deaths in the Nobth Western Codhties were 17,196 ; the deaths 
being nearly the same number as in the year 1859, bat less by 2909 than 
in i8j8. Thoae who have watched the progress of the health of Liver- 
pool will observe with gratification that the mortality of the two districts 
of Liverpool and West Derby fell auccessirely from 3913 to 3084, and to 
3994 in the last quarters of the three years 1858-9-60. The increase of 
deaths in the Dale-street sub-district is ascribed by the Registrar to the 
inclemency of the weather, and to the privations and diseases that are 
caused by intoxicating drinks. In Manchester and Salford there it a 
corresponding improvement. The young children which were formerly 
not attended by medical men in illness now obtain the advantages of 
medical advice, chiefly through the Registrar requiring a medical certiflcate 
of the cause of death. It is "a singular instance," Mr. Leigh says, 
" of a great and salutary change in the habits of a class, effected by a 
" comparatively simple cause," 

1 1,684 dsi^ths were registered in Yorkshire. Measles has pervaded 
the county; and in some places oa in Bradford raised the mortality con- 
siderably. In Leeds the mortality declined. The importance of skill in 
the conduct of the coroners inquests is illustrated by the following two 
cases in the Malton sub-district ; — "la a house in Norton a girl, aged 7 
" years, was seized with eickaess at dinner on Wednesday, and on the 
" following morning she died. An inquest was held on the body, when a 
" verdict of 'convulsions' was returned. Eight days afterwards, in the 
** same house, a brother of the deceased, aged years, died from ' choleraic 
" diarrhcea,' after two days' illness." 

tiaoM XXL— HaraoBOuMT of GasBitwiGit in the EterenTews 1849-1860. 



Health ofLoiulon in I860. 



xxxiii 



Northallerton has been visited by typhus, scarlatina, and measles ; 
wheat, oats, and beans are now standing in the fields covered with snow. 

The deaths in the Northebn Counties were 6295, exhibiting a slight 
increase. Scarlatina has ravaged some districts in unfavourable sanitary 
conditions. During the three months damp, fog, and excessive cold have 
prevailed at Newcastle. Typhoid fever has been fatal in Low Longtown, 
and is still prevailing there. 

In Waxes and Monmouthshire the deaths, 6486 in number, are below 
the average. Diphtheria has been fatal in some districts, and the regis- 
trar of Llanfair notices among the unfavourable circumstances the bad 
harvest and the inferior quality of the bread in his district. 

The severe weather occurred late in December, and its effects on the 
mortality will only be fully apparent in the next return. 

Health op London in i860. 

Great cities represent the civilization of their age, and offer great 
facilities for the study of masses of mankind under singular circumstances. 
But the materiab for this study have been only recently collected. Little 
more than the stony monuments of the cities of antiquity remain. Babylon 
bad vast walls and palaces ; Thebes had a hundred gates, out of which, 
Homer tells us, twenty thousand chariots issued. But what was the 
condition of their people ? The numbers are unknown. At Rome itself, 
in later days, the citizen gave in his name and age, with the name and 
age of his wife and children, to the censors in the curule chairs ; but the 
slaves of the city figured only among the property ; so that while the 
census has supplied history with the numbers of Roman citizens, it haa 
left no records of the population. The deaths of citizens were recorded ; 
but no table of the numbers survives, except of those destroyed at 
intervab by plague. . The marriages, the births, were not reckoned ; and 
only exceptional social phenomena are depicted in the pages of the poets, 
antiquarians, and historians. So that while the arts have left monuments, 
literature masterpieces, and physical science treatises, no remains enable 
us to solviB, with precision, any great social problems — to determine the 
condition of the people, the frequency of different orders of phenomena, 
the influence of soil, water, air, climate, food, institutions, on human liie 
and on the human race. 

The loss is irreparable ; but the observations which are now registered 
in the great cities of the present day — ^in Berlin, Vienna, Fetersburgh, 
New York, Paris, and London — disclose the general circumstances of 
their populations, supply exact facts, and suggest means for improving 
the conditions under which the human race lives, and transmits its life to 
successive generations. 



Tablb XXH— LONDON — Bibths and Deaths in the Twelve Tears 1849 to 1860. 



teabs. 



BIBTB8 - . . 

DEATHS . - . 
JSxtm of Biam 



owDkatu 



!| 



Baxat 



■! 



Mtfct 



FmbaIm - 



DlATBi -< 



1849 



Femaki - 



AmniiL MoKTAXJTT 
1000 - - 



!1 



Tins 

8806 

sriM 

ItKAAA 

oonv 

8410S 
M888 



1860 



80*06 



74SS4 
48W0 
SS614 

S7907 
86687 
S4684 
94816 



1851 1862 



78800 
80486 



400S6 



«140 
87846 



aO'M 



81JB0 
64688 
88611 

41888 



98576 



98-88 



1858 



60060 
9916S 

41119 
40199 
80659 

99S17 



1854 



84865 



99*61 94*41 



11186 

49968 

41807 
87151 
86546 



1866 



85589 

61949 



48501 
49081 
81854 
80S86 



90*48 



1860 



87480 
57974 
80156 

44410 
48090 
99076 
98196 



1867 



80077 
50106 
80474 



90760 



94*81 



29*00 



1*41 



1858 



80019 
64008 
94910 

45847 
48065 

ttoro 

81514 



»*90 



1869 



99000 



61860 
81040 



45679 
81577 
80968 



I860: 



98414 



8U06 

47646 
4576S 

nflor 



29*60 19'41 



Health ofLmdm in 1860. 



London is the greatest of the imperial cities ; for its population in 1861 
amounted to 3,803,989, living in 362,890 houses, peopHng streets and 
squares extended over 12a square miles, along the terraces of land rising 
from the banks of the Thames. 

No observations exist embracing the whole of the phenomena of the 
life of these numbers of both sexes* and of diiTerent ages extending over 
a century, and severally varying in strength, in morality, in intellect, in 
industry, in health, in occupation, in effectual production and consumption. 

But we have now before us the results of observations on a certain 
class of phenomena. The births, the deaths, and tiie causes of death are 
recorded shortly after they occur, and an analysis of the registers has 
been published weekly for twenty-one years. 

The results are as valuable as an experimental philosopher could have 
deduced from his experiments if he had had the power to expose the 
population to great vicissitudes of heat and cold, of dampness and dryness ; 
to the changes incidental to differences in the prices of food ; to air and 
water of different degrees of impurity ; and to destructive epidemics. 

Some of these results were pointed out at the time when the facts were 
first observed, or in the annual reports, and others will undoubtedly be 
elicited by future investigations. 

Thus we learn that in the same circumstances the same number of 
people die at the same ages of the same diseases, year after year; organized 
bodies being governed by laws as fixed as those which govern the stars in 
their courses. 

Certain changes of condition, within given limits, produce no appreciable 
effects ; but beyond those limits the efiects are in some regulated pro- 
portion to the intensity of the causes ; varying, however, also with the 
state of the bodies submitted to their action, as is evident by studying ih% 
effects on the two sexes at different ages. 

Thus excessive heat and cold injure health, and increase the mortality, 
particularly in the former case, by giving rise to diarrhoea, in the latter 
to diseases of the respiratory organs ; the effect generally beine greatest 
in infancy and old age, and varying with age at rates regulated by laws. 

The human body consists principally of water, in combination with 
some organic compounds and salts ; and this compound of oxygen and 
hydrogen is in constant use for drink, ablution, and daily use, so that 
water is the life-blood of cities. Without water they cannot exist, and 
on its quality their salubrity depends to an extent which the observations 
of twenty-one years have determined. 

The supply of water in London is derived from shallow wells, from 
deep wells, from the New River, and from the River Thames, or its 
tributaries the Lea and the Ravensboume. The well waters are foul, and 
nearly all of them have in solution organic matter derived fVom cesspools. 



Table XXIIL — ^LONDON. — Deaths in Public Institutioics, 1852>60. 



Total Diatbs in Pubuc Imstitu- 
Tioirs ------ 



}1 



Iv WomXHOUSIt . - - . - 4M0 



Psuoirs ------ 

HlLITABT AMD KATAL AtTLUMt - 
OBMSmAL HOWITAU - . - 

HOWITAU FOft SPICIAL DiSXASES - 

„ I Women - 

LXWO-XN HOIFITAM - j ^^^^ _ 
MXLtTAET AKD KATAL HOSPITALS - 



HotPITAU< AND 
FO&BlOMBKa - 



ASTLUXf 
LmCATIO ASTLUICS - 



FOB) 



1862 


1853 


1864 


1866 


1860 


1867 


1868 


1869 


I M79 


loiia 


19046 


11310 


10S81 


10070 


10004 


9688 


4M0 


0055 


6819 


6559 


5797 


5714 


5585 


5998 


105 


106 


155 


71 


81 


71 


57 


40 


83S 


84S 


819 


209 


804 


9B5 


817 


807 


Si47 


9675 


8415 


9956 


9850 


3008 


8094 


9997 


S99 


981 


896 


441 


619 


839 


979 


481 


7 


18 


90 


97 


14 


11 


U 


88 


96 


99 


43 


40 


81 


93 


89 


51 


188 


268 


441 


404 


989 


180 


9U 


187 


81 


50 


87 


64 


61 


68 


58 


46 


850 


400 


465 


450 


840 


899 


492 


861 



1800 

9550 

5181 
41 

sn 

8089 

4U 

34 

87 

in 

47 

818 



HeaUh of London in 1860. 

The Thames has during this period been the great sewer of Iiondon, and 
in the years of the cholera epidemic was found charged with organic 
matter, of unquestionable origin. The Lambeth Water Company, the 
Southwark, and the Chelsea, in the first epidemic (1849), supplied the 
South and West Districts of London with Thames water, from the part 
of the river extending from Hungerford to some distance above Vauxhall 
Bridge, and the cholera was then fatal, as the table shows, to 14,125 
persons in London, and it was equallj fatal in the houses of the same 
districts and streets that were indiscriminately supplied by the Lambeth 
Company, which pumped its water from the foulest part of the Thames 
at Hungerford, and by the Southwark and Yauxhall Company^ which 
took its water higher up the river, but within the tidal range. 

It was shown in the Cholera report (1849), that, in 10,000 inhabitants 
living in the districts supplied with water taken from the Thames at Kew 
and Hammersmith, 15 died of cholera ; that 48 died of cholera in districts 
supplied with the waters of the Amwell, the Lea, and the Ravensbourne ; 
and that 123 out of the same number died of cholera in the districts 
supplied with waters taken from the foul part of the Thames between 
Battersea and Waterloo Bridge. " One^ three^ and eighty it was added 
in the report, '^ express the relative virulence of the epidemic in the three 
" conditions."* 

The Lambeth Company, in January i8j2, wisely removed its source of 
supply at once up to a part of the Thames above Teddington Lock ; 
another company lingered on its old site ; and the epidemic cholera of 
1854, therefore, found parts of the population of London on the south 
side of the river in very different conditions ; the one supplied with very 
impure water by the Southwark Company ; the other supplied with water 
much less impure provided by the Lambeth Company. The companies 
had been in competition, and they often supplied the same streets and 
districts, so their customers were nearly in all respects in the same sanitary, 
conditions, with one exception ; a gallon of the Southwark water con- 
tained 3' 5 grains, of the Lambeth water 1*4 grains of organic matter. 
The dejections of the cholera patients of London were in the Southwark 
water in small quantities, but in quantities sufficient to augment the 
mortality week after week in every district ; and in five weeks 2,284 
persons died of cholera in 40,046 houses supplied with the Southwark 
water, while 294 had died in 26,107 houses supplied with the water taken 
higher up the Thames.f 

Table XXIV.— LONDON.—Deaths and Metboroloot, 1849-60. 



Total 
Number 

of 
Deaths. 



Men 

Tern- 

pentore 

of Air. 



IMt 


«87M 


ISSO 


48050 


isn 


5S488 


IBB 


M688 


1818 


6Oa09 


18M 


73897 


ISU 


«1MS 


use 


07274 


1817 


J9108 


IMS 


•4098 


ia» 


81880 


3M0 


6S300 



4»-9 
40*8 
40*4 
00*8 
47 '8 
491 
48*9 
49*1 
61*1 
49*8 
80*8 
47*0 



Drjvmu 

of 
Atmo- 
■pherB. 



Fan 
of ^laio 

In 
Inehfli. 






I 




h 


28*7 




19*8 




90-9 




84*4 




99-8 




17*8 




911 




91-9 




91*4 




17 




95*9 




89*0 



AlilM. 
laus 

1841 

1780 

1781 

1507 

1781 

1659 

1775 

1569 

1698 

1596 

1878 



WXIXI.T ATBftAQI or 1860. 



1860 



Kmnber 

of 
DMtlu 



Flrrt 
QoMrter 

Second 
Quarter 

Third 
Quarter 

Fonrtii 
Quarter 



I 1447 
} U48 
}- 904 
} U89 



Mean 
Tem- 
pera- 
ture 
of Air. 



Averagt 
daily 
Bange 

of 
Tem- 
perature. 



Drynete 

of 
Atmo- 
■phen. 



FaU 
of Bain 

In 
Inebai. 



of 
Bori- 



MOTI»- 

meat 
oTtha 

Air 
Ineaeb 
Week.* 



o 
38*8 

50-5 

56*9 

49*6 











19-8 


4-9 


0*99 


18*5 


6*8 


0*80 


17*4 


4*5 


O'fO 


U*4 


9*6 


0*88 



irM 



1184 



* By Bobinaon'a Anemometer, adopted in place of Whewell'f, which waa need formerly. 



-* Report to Registrar General on Cholera in England 1848-91 page Ixi. 
f Appendix to Begbtrar OeneraUs xyth Report, page 94. 



ZXXVl 



HeaWi of Lotidon in 18G0. 



The previous deduction was thus confirmed, and the subsequent in- 
vestigation bj a committee appointed bj the Board of Health, to inquire 
into the deaths in every house supplied bj the two companies, placed it 
beyond a doubt that the mortality of cholera in London was augmented 
by the impure water with which the population was supplied. 

It will be remarked that the quantity of organic matter which was so 
evidently deleterious in the Southwark water amounted, according to the 
best existing methods of chemical analysb, to two grains in a gallon in 
excess of that in the Lambeth water ; that is, 2 grains in 70,000 grains, 
or one part in 35,000. A person who drank a quart of the water would 
take only a grain of organic matter, and still less of the fatal ferment. 

Animalcules and muscular fibre have been found in water containing 
minute quantities of organic matter ; it is evident, therefore, that this 
fluid in rivers, which receive the sewage of towns, must often contain the 
elements of zymotic diseases, and can never be circulated through a 
population for any length of time with entire impunity. And water 
companies may be assured that the purest water is the most salubrioust 
and that which is likely to retain the firmest hold on the market. 

It is therefore of the utmost importance to keep strict watch and ward 
over the quality of this fiuid, which is now supplied to the inhabitants of 
London by companies enjoying a virtual monopoly under an Act of 
Parliament, which bound them to alter the sources of supply, or to 
improve the quality of the water, after the following dates : — 

Grand Junction - - . 1855, August 31. 

Southwark and Yauxhall - - 1855, August 31. 

West Middlesex - - - 1855, August 31. 

Chelsea - - - - 1856, August 31. 

Bast London - - - 1856, August 31. 

New River - - - 1857, June 30. 

And &iis is done much more effectually than it could be by any vexatious 
inspection of their works, through a careful periodical analysis of the 

CoMPABisoir of the averaos Results obtained in the Analyses of the Watebs 
mpplied by eight Loira>ON Companies in the Tears 1851, 1854, 1856, and I860. 



Dbscbiftiov ov Watsb. 


Solid Constituent Grains of Organic MatUr,, 
per (Gallon. 


1861. 


1864 


1856. 


I860. 


Gbavd JuHcnoK Water Compaht 
(Thames at iUw untU 1866.) 

West Middlesex Wateb Compakt 
(Thames at Hammersmith until 1866.) 

Chelsea Watbk Compaet • 
(Thames at Batteraea untU 1866.) 

Southwaek aed Vaxtxhall Wateb 

COMPAVT - . . - 
(Thames at Battersea until 1855.) 

IiAiniETH Wateb Compaet - 
(Thames at Thames Ditton untU 
January 1862.) 

New Biveb Wateb 0>MPAirT 
(BiTer Lea» Springs, and Wells.) 

Bast Loedoe Wateb Compaet - 
(Lea Blver.) 

Keet Wateb Compaet - - . 
(BaTensboume, and in 1860 Wells.) 


8-07 
£•76 
S'SS 

1-61 • 
2*68 

2*79 
4*12 
2*61 


1*92 
2*06 
6*41 

8*64 
1*88 

2*88 
1*M 

1*48 


1*88 

•96 

1*48 

1*87 . 
1*88 

•97 
1*09 
1*87 


1*74 
1*68 
1*67 

1*74 
1*67 

1*69 
1*90 
1*99 


Ootbbvmbvt 
commis8iok. 


B.D. Thomson. 


HOFPMAEN 


B. D. Thomson, 
18 analyses. 



The Tmble may be read thus :— The Grand Junction supplied water of ▼arious qualities, a gaUoo 
oontalninjr of omnic matter of various kinds, 3*07 grains in 1861: 1*98 in 1864; I'M in 1866; 
1*74 in 18W ; the latter number being the mean re«ult of twelee monthly analyses. 

* This could not have been an ordinary sample of the water. 



XXXVUl 



Great BritatTU 



Tweed. The Britislt rate was i'666. Bat it was higher than in the 
previous year, in consequence of an increase in both the English and the 
Scottish marriage-rates. 

The birth-rate of Great Britain (3*441) was slightly higher than that 
of England, for the Scotch rate (3*468) was higher than the English, 
which was 3*437. The EngHsh birth-rate of i860 decreased on that of 
1859 ; on the other hand the Scotch rate increased. 

Table XXVI.— Proportion per Cent of Marriages, Births, and Deaths to the 

Population of Great Britain, I860. 





AfwUtj. 


To 100 PWMoa lirinf . 




Acr06 


Beotan 


Marriiim. 


PWMHM 

Harried. 


Birthi. 






Deafthf. 




to a Parson. 


England and Walet 
Sootiand - - - - 


I'fiB 
6*58 


s-as 


'855 

*«88 


I'TIO 
1*888 


8*487 
8*498 


S-U4 
t*SS8 


GmiAT Dbitaiv 


S'50 


1*01 


*88S 


1*888 


8*441 


S-U8 



The total area of a eountry, divided by it* popvlatton, giree what is here eaUed the ** AreaUtji" it Is tiie 
areracB area to each perM>n. The redprooal gives the ** density ** of the population, or the popolatioa to eMh 
acre, sqnare mile, or other measure. 



Caralrr 

and 
Infantry - 

ArtUlerr- 

Engineers 

Total - 



Table XXVU. — Number of Deaths in the British Armt during 1857, 1858, 
1 859, and 1 860 (furnished to the Begistrar-Oeneral' hj the A^utant- General by direction 
of H.R.H. the General Commanding in Chief). 



1867 



Oekat 
Baitaim. 



a _ 

12 



S 



IXSLAMD 



Is 



B 

Be 



Abeoad. 



i 



if 

OB 



1868 



Obkat 

B&ITAIN. 






IBELAMD. 



I 



IS 

!1 



Abboad 



li 
II 

er 

cO 
9Q 



1869 



Obbat 
Bbitain. 



s 

S 



a 
e 



'S 

s 

8 



Ibeland. Abboad. 



1880 



Obbat 
Bbitaiit. 



si 



II 

I 
IS 



■ r. 

7 
1 



35 



482 

58 

18 



547 



175 



14 



180 



168 

4 
1 



168 



8^1 

118 
18 



8/»2 



18 

S 
8 



18 



696 

158 
16 

865 



SSI 



80 



S41 



127 

7 
8 



187 



6^1 

40S 
86 



7,296 



22 

6 
8 



31 



769 

127 
11 



907 



S94 

17 
8 



814 



75 

4 
6 



85 



8^ 



885 

44 



ifiK 



Ibblahd. 



Abboab^ 



IS 




85 

4 
5 



34 



784 

181 
U 



966 



10 



10 



880 



If 



76 



UK 



847 



H 



!,» 



Table XXVJIL — ^Deaths of Officers akd Men in the Armt Abroad, and Estimated 
Numbers belonging to Great Britain and to England and Wales, in each of the 
Five Tears 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, and 18G0. 



TEARS. 



1850 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1800 



Deaths of 
Officers and Hen 

in the 
Army Abroad. 



2,580 
8,230 
7,963 
4,150 
8,293 



Estimated Numbers in Col. 8 
belonging to 



Great Britain. 



M98 
1,869 
4,275 
2,409 
1,912 



England and 
Tales. 



't; 



1,222 
1,885 
8,486 
1,965 
IJU9 



The number of Deaths in the cols. 8 and 4 were estimated on the assumption that the soldiers abroad beloofed to 
the different parts of the British £mph« in the proportions indicated in the next Table derived frnmthe Ctfun 
Report, 1851, Oeeupations, Yol. I., Snpplementarj Tables, p. oeexlr., tL Sm Table XZIX. 



xl 



Great Dritaia* 



His Royal Highness the General Commanding in Chief has favonred 
me with a return of the strength of the British army abroad^ and of the 
deaths in it in i860. The mean strength was 128,391, and the deaths 
were 3293. While the strength abroad was greater bj 4682 than in the 
previous year, the deaths were fewer by 857. 

It has been shown that the mortality of Great Britain was 2*138. 
Taking the due proportions of men and deaths for the part of the army 
belonging to that section of the United Kingdom, the mortality of the 
population including the army abroad was 2* 142. In i8i;9 it was 2 *2i8. 

In France the public health appears to have been much better than it 
was in the previous year, for the rate of mortality amongst the French 
people declined from 2*670 (in 1859) to 2*139 0^ i860). The latter 
rate, though rather higher than that of England, agrees idmost exactly 
with that of Great Britain. The marriage-rate and also the birth-rate 



Table XXXL— Rbturn showing the Average Stbbnqth of the Aext Abroad, in the Tetn 
1857, 1858, 1859, ftnd 1860. Furnished to the Registrar-General by desire of H.R.H. the General 
Commanding in Chie£ 





1857 


1868 


1859 


1860 




Ofllofn. 


Vmt- 

eommiaaloned 

Otllosn 

•Bdilra. 


Offlocn* 


Kon- 

eommlMioiMd 

OMeors 

•ndMeD. 


OfBoen. 


Koa- 

eommlaslooed 

Omoen 

and Men. 


OfBoen. 


K<NI« 




UOIeeri 
•ad Men. 


OftTaby - - 

lofiutiy * — 
ArtOknr - - 
Engl Mir 1 — — 


188 

m 


vsr 

65,861 
5«408 

i;uo 


818 

8406 

856 

185 


6^1 

80,60r 

8,868 


808 

8,886 

St8 

1S4 


SJMS 
108388 

8,186 


888 

4JB8 

849 

185 


ioi,n5 

1A488 
U44 


Totel - 


8JBO6 


fijxro 


8,800 


wrjno 


4/no 


U8388 


54I8 


18U85 



Table XXXIL— Ekolahd and Frahce. Estimated PoPtnLinoK, Beoisterbd MARBiAGEi, 
Births* and Deaths, in each of the Years 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, and 1860. 







£Moxjiin» and Walm. 




Pbamcs. 




1856 


1857 


1858 


1858 


1880 








1859 






1856 


1857 


1856 


1069 


Ketinwted Popnletioo 


iSfitajM 


18366380 


18^471478 


193W38ff 


18308318 


I630S782, 


^^^99^^^ 


86367379 


86,496310 


86397361 


MaxtiMtm - 

Birthe 

Denthe 


657^458 
880,506 


158307 
418315 


156370 
655,481 
448356 


III 


170056 
6843«8 
428,781 


884335 
W2M9 
835317 


a803«o 

938388 
848361 


807316 
867388 
878388 


988309 

1311^ 
979356 


90315 
78aj«4 



• Aeeording to the oOoial EnnmenUioo this Popnletloo Indndee 166,488 men, beinf the EffeetlTe Stnnfth of the Araj 
of the EMt in the Crime* in the month of Jmiomt 1856. M. Legoyt has fkroared the Besistru^Oenoral with the Betsmi 
of Fnuiee fiNTtbe yean 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859,and 18«0. 

The Urths fan Franee are esalndTe of ftiU-bom. 

t ExetauiTe of the fopnlatl<wi of the three newly annexed Departmenti. 



Table XXXUL- 


-Proportion per Cent, of Marriages, Births, and Deaths to the Popalatioo 
of England and Wales, and in France, 1856-60. 




Emolamb and WAUt. 


FaAVCB. 




1856 


1857 


1858 


1859 


1860 


1856 


1887 


1888 








1859 


1880 


Marrlaiea - 

Fttvons married - 

Birtha. 

Deaths 


•887 
1'674 
8'458 
8*051 


*686 
1*658 
8*448 
8*180 


•808 
1*604 
8*866 
8*809 


'858 

1*704 
8*504 
8*888 


•855 

1*710 
8*487 
8*184 


•788 
1*570 
9*680 
8*806 


•800 
1*600 
8*569 
9*888 


•844 
1*688 
8*659 
8*868 


•619 
1*688 
8*778 
9*970 


•7M 
1*5BS 
8*608 

9*U9 



xlii 



PnHfress of Registration. 



it 

(( 
a 
a 



lives were lost, whilst in i860 the greatest namber of lives lost in anj 
one shipwreck was 37, and the next highest number 31. It appears, 
from the observations accompanying the Wreck Returns for i860, that 
the entire number of lives lost bj shipwreck during the last deven 
years was 6883. And by another return, which includes the losses by 
collisions and by wrecks, we find that the total number of lives lost 
during the last nine 3rears (from 1852 to i860 inclusive) was 7201, the 
annual average of losses being 800. It is indeed a startling truth, and 
one worthy of emphasis, that seven thouscuid two hundred lives have 
been lost by marine casualties in nine years.^ 

PbOGRBSS of REGI8TIU.TION. 

Twenty-nine millions five hundred and twelve thousand six hundred 
and nineteen names of persons who had been bom, had married, or had 
died, the accumulated contributions of twenty-three years and a htlf 
(i July 1837 — 3^ December i860), had obtained places on the rasters 
at the end of the year to which this report specially refers. The numbers 
are: — 

Persons married - • - 6,759,210 

Births - - - - 13,583,166 

Deaths - - - 9,170,243 



Total (23 J years) - -29,512,619 

In i860 there were 5636 searches in the Registers at the Central Office 
exclusive of those in the non-parochial registers. 

The '' Red Book of Lynn,** which beloi^s to the corporation of that 
towiiji and is believed by some to be the oldest English paper book in 
existence, contains as its first entry the transcript of a will, dated 1309. 
Measures have been taken to preserve it ; the leaves, which had been 
reduced to a loose cottony substance, and had threatened to fall in pieces, 
have been carefully resized, and there is a prospect that it will last for 
years to come. This instance of longevity in a manuscript book, which 



Tablb XXXY. — MoRTALiTT of Mebghant Sbamev at Ska, in the 9 Tears 1852-60.* 











Ajikdal Rats 












Of 






Tbam. 


Stbsmotb. 


DBATB8. 


IfOBTAUTT. 






TolOOOUTiof. 






1859 


IMJM 


9,905 


18*8 






18SS 


179,595 


8J76 


190 






iH! 


189^16 


9J79 


171 






' IM 


188,587 


8^18 


10*7 






18M 


178,818 


8,548 


90*4 






usr 


178,887 


8^«44 


ITf 






1808 


177JB89 


8«488 


19*8 






1889 


179,508 


8^480 


19*9 






1880 


in,5a8 


8,760 


91*9 






IntheSyean) 
1859-60. { 


1,585,976 


90,940 


19*0 





" Dcdnoed ttam m rtinni of the nnmbtr of aoooanto of wages and eflbeti of ■eemwi (esoluiTe of mwlen) 
ijiag befbre the ttnniiuilioa of the TOTaffe, raealTed hf the Regiatrar General of Seamen. Thla return 
does not indnde leamen dying ashore in foreign parts, whose wages aadeObelsaM deUreredto the eoosals 
or ofBeen of the hospitals to whieh sveh men are sent ; aeeoonli of their eflbels are sent direet to the Board 
of Trade. 

If aseemsn dies oo the passage flrom Swideriand to Caleotta, his death is imported at Cakwtta, and his wages 
and efliDcts are a^eoonted for and transmitted home, if the vessel is not to retom direet to the United y i n g da m. 
Bnt if apoMenger dies on board a ship whieh dose not return to n British port immediate, hot trades for n 
time hi Cnelgn parts, eonaiderable delaj maj oeenr beHnrs his death is reported. In aU easss, however, the date 
Is giTon, and in the aeeompaaying tables the births and deaths are classed aceotding to the years in whieh they 
oeeuired. 

A oolnmn headed Plaee qf Birth was formerly eontained in the sehedole, for the porpoee of distingnishing 
passengers as British subjeets or Foreigners, bnt in many eases tt was not flOed np by masters, In tDneeqnanet 
of their inability to obtain the Information after tbe death had taken place. A oolunn headed ** Whether 
** supposed to be n British sobieot or Foreigner" might be attempted. British and Foreign seaacn are 
distinguished. 

When a ship is lost with all persons on board, the owners retom the nvmber and names of the crew, bat net 
of the passengers, to the Registrar-Geneial of Seamen. 



Progress of Registrailon. 



xliii 



maj have saffered some rough handling in the course of nearlj six 
hundred years, deserves to be recorded, because it serves to show that bj 
the use of a good quality of paper, and with due care bestowed on their 
preseirvation, it is possible the English registration books may be in 
existence and even good condition when half a dozen centuries or more 
have rolled over the dust of the nearly thrice ten millions of persons 
whose names are now written in them. In not very many generations the 
roisters may have fulfilled in a great measure the main purposes for 
which, with much care and labour, they have been prepared ; but in the 
progress of years they grow more venerable and valuable as national 
monuments ; and though all the dead are not mighty, and but few are 
chosen for immortal fame, it concerns the national honour that the names 
of that vigorous race who planted the fields of England, and built up her 
commerce, should be legible in the registers as long as the wasting hand 
of Time will permit. 

The number of marriages solemnized by British consuls abroad in 
i860 was 151. 

Before closing this Report, I may be permitted to advert to a circum* 
stance which has sometimes been made the subject of observation, namely,, 
the interval of time, which to some persons may appear to be longer than 
is necessary, between the close of the year to which the subjoined Tables 
relate and the date at which they are ready for publication. In the 
present instance ihe preparation of them, and work which must be done 
antecedently to that preparation, have occupied a period of fifteen months. 
It has been asked : Why this delay ? The question may be put by some 
whose haste to gain knowledge is not immoderate, but who have not 
become acquainted practically with the immense labour involved in the 
conatmction of statistical tables, and in the calculations based on them. 
It is put by others whose great desire will not be satisfied till the statis- 
tics of the British empire for this current year are laid with the moming^ 
journal on their breakfast tables on New Tear's day 1863, and who evea 
then, because they live in an age of mechanical invention, for which by 
some process of thought they take credit to themselves, will not consider 



Tablb xxxvjl — AooREOATE NuHBEs OF Namss ON THB Reoistbbs at the End of 
ewh Tetr 1887-60 ; also the Numbbb of Sbabchks fok Bboistbrs at the CisiiTRAL 
OmcB (exdnsiTe of Searches in Non-parochial Registers). 



1S87 
188B 

I88S 



isa 

1I4S 
1848 
1844 

184S 
1848 
1847 
1848 
1848 

1850 
18S1 
1808 
1888 
18M 

18» 

18« 
18S7 
1888 
1808 



Of 



U8,858 
888,088 
888381 

844/54 

1/I88J48 
1.887,888 



8^8,844 
8,8B<M»4 
8,806#«84 
8,880)880 

8M1180 
4^0J84 



8084344 
8358ai8 
8,77^818 
9MI9M9 
8318^88 

8J88,nO 



AGGBEOATE lOJMBEB 



Of 
Births. 



184,116 

887,908 

I48O377 

1/8SJ80 
8a84;M8 

8480^008 
S9^96 

4,864386 
4,886,8U 
8,876J876 



6,518^ 

7411«816 
7JS7381 

8^i;Wff 
8,868,784 



10,888,888 
10J(MVS85 
11A5SJM 
18,808,887 
liyBOS^lS 

18,588,186 



Of 
Dtatht. 



148,701 
48M61 
88O345 

10801188 
1388^ 

8,888,848 
8386^6 

^06,848 



8,748gMl 
4448384 
438O388 

4,858388 
53M384 

5J68388 
6J88456 
8381VD61 

7/>46,764 
7387370 
7307365 
8306/41 
8/47388 

9470348 



Of 

ITaoMS 

Becirtand. 



489/75 

13783M 
8350346 

8307366 
4/58388 

5368371 
6384377 
8447471 

8387344 
IO3BI3I8 
11318/71 

14^BSd/HI7 

18388/08 
16340,465 
1839S476 
18387/M 
81349,468 

88314340 
88/81378 
85489458 

96(066386 

I83IS3I8 



TSurnhn 
ofSaarebM 

for 

BttlAters 

atthe 

Cratral 

Offlee. 



known. 



690 

706 

744 

881 

941 

1380 

1468 

1388 
1348 
1358 
1376 
8340 

8389 
8358 

8365 
4368 
5368 

5386 



KoT&— Ibt nvmlMC9 Ngiitartd In 1887 art for the Half Ttar tnding OtMinbtr Sift. 



xliv Progress of Registration. 

it their dutj to be surprised at so remarkable a result. In answer to the 
question I have to state : — 

1. That this office was established by Act of Parliament, primarilj 
for the purpose of collecting, arranging, paging, examining, correcting, 
binding, and indexing the certified copies of the English registers, and of 
supplying stamped certificates of births, deaths, and marriages to all 
persons who may apply for thein ; that the certified copies are received 
quarterly, but the returns are not completed till nearly three months after 
the end of each quarter ; and that the preparatory duties which I have 
mentioned, and which occupy a majority of the gentlemen engaged in the 
office during a period of eight months after the quarterly arrivals have 
begun, must be performed in respect to each volume before it can pass 
into the hands of the statistical clerks. As the work in the Record 
Department advances, each quarterly volume is released for the 
prepai*ation of the statistical abstracts ; but it will be seen that the 
entire number of volumes of any Registration year are not available for 
this purpose till the September following the termination of the year. 

2. That in conformity with a provision of the Registration Act, a 
general abstract is prepared, in each year, of the number of births, deaths, 
and marriages registered during the foregoing year, in order that it may 
be laid before Parliament ; but the detailed abstracts that constitute my 
^^ Annual Reports " are works of much labour and skill, and necessarily 
occupy considerable time in the preparation of them. These reports are 
not designed merely to answer a temporary purpose. They may be 
regarded as storehouses of facts which have been arranged on methods 
that are approved as the most useful and convenient, and to which, both 
now and in future years, students of vital statbtics may resort for the 
elucidation of questions bearing on the social condition of the people, on 
national progress, on life, health, and disease. It is important that they 
should be done well. It is desirable only in the next degree that they 
should be done quickly. 

It will be urged that the machinery of Registration should be 
employed to give immediate warning of epidemic diseases, to trace in 
contemporaneous reports their beginning, progress, and decline, and to 
assist in investigating general and local conditions in which they are 
developed. When the plague is at the door, the people will not wait till 
its history can be written in a blue book. This is quite true, and it will 
be sufficient to state in reference to it, that I publish a weekly report for 
London on the Tuesday following the termination of each week, and a 
quarterly report for England and Wales within a month after the close of 
each quarter. 

For an account of the Causes of Death in i860, I beg to refer you 
to a letter addressed to me by Dr. Farr, which will be found in the 
Appendix. 

I have the honour to be, 
Sir, 
Tour faithful servant, 

GEORGE GRAHAM, 

Registrar- General. 



ANNUAL ABSTRACTS 



OF 



BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES. 



1860. 



ITT 



Jbstract of Marriages, 1860. 
ABSTRACT OF MABRIAOES.— Marriaget regUUred b Eagluid, poniunt to Iht 



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Abstract ofMarriagesj 1600. 

Ajct of 6 and 7 Wm. IV. c 86, in the Yeir ending December Slst, 1860. 



MARRIAGES. 



Regi«tered in 

the Quarter ending 

the Ust day of 



s 






I t 



Contracted between 



Of 



s 



00 



I 

E 



I 






9 






o 



Of 

Peraona 

not of 

FaQ Ace. 



Signed the 
rrlage Rei 
wHhMarl 



MarrUge^RgjUter 



8 

s 



s 

I 






Caaei 

inwUch 



^m 



I 



•8 

s 



DIVISIONS 

Aim 

REOISTRATION 
COUNTIBS* 



»,1&0 43«777 



3511 



1486 
Bai5 
4013 
1971 



4017 



I 

114S 
191 



730 
3441 
21S0 
I7»6 
SS03 
•347 
S908 
73S4 
4534 
S494 
S711 

M33 
IM5 



40.541 



50,688 139.440 



731 



173 






218 



407 
440 



419 
976 
701 
979 
334 



343 

337 
435 
IM 
346 



7708 
31ft4 
1972 
1543 
3240 
4860 
22A3 
73S1 
4159 
2126 
2135 

6735 
1553 

420 

431 
961 
633 
890 
389 

268 
2J7 
229 
269 
397 
84 



7265 
4^4 
3233 
3147 
4022 
64A8 
2953 
7969 
5621 
2737 
2980 

5319 

1538 

408 

506 
1393 

775 
1118 

483 

284 
303 
399 

432 
CA5 
163 



7098 15.358 



3fM 
407 
643 



218 430 

240 507 

527 '.VJ 

42» 963 

«I5 1277 



22654 

11032 

7542 

6457 

11852 

17070 

8217 

28533 

15023 

7806 

8254 

16799 
4633 
1222 

1360 
3410 
2141 
2974 
1127 

786 
881 
883 
992 

1647 
860 
931 

1062 

1966 
187J 
2618 



1360 
692 
285 
286 
•12 
876 
351 
1207 
662 
419 
448 

973 
309 

79 

92 
202 
118 
2)0 

60 

33 

38 
27 
50 
53 
16 
22 
46 

102 

81 

103 



8260 



23,618 



3615 
1125 
795 
783 
1274 
1756 
1025 



1358 
562 
384 

396 

662 

1006 

491 



2631 1612 
1714 932 
435 



754 
885 

1955 
518 
143 

143 
985 
248 
292 

157 

94 

89 

97 

114 

159 

28 

114 

100 

238 

255 



422 

967 

299 

72 

•0 
163 

86 
183 

80 

32 
46 
48 
49 
85 
13 
45 
66 

131 
112 



300 I 153 



3973 
1667 
1179 
1179 
1936 
2762 
1516 
4244 
2646 
1189 
1307 

2949 
617 
214 

198 
448 
334 

473 
137 

126 
135 
145 
163 
244 
41 
159 
166 

359 
367 
453 



15,3>8 



10.79733,927 



2718 

1254 

669 

662 

1174 

1881 

842 

2819 

1594 

854 

870 

1959 
606 
181 

142 
165 
104 
403 
140 

65 
84 
75 
99 

138 
29 
67 

112 

233 
193 
256 



963 
531 
836 

•22 

989 

1590 

724 

2267 

1310 

541 

524 

733 

174 

•6 

•8 
171 
102 
132 



42 

86 

99 

71 

200 

47 

167 

124 

153 
143 
226 



3822 
2506 



43,401 61,977 ^,904 



3131 
3200 



47,270 



2037 n 2895 
1599 R 2895 
2402 4063 



4594 
2110 
6001 
4317 
1973 
1666 

2856 

696 
171 

296 
870 
467 
660 
251 

150 



229 
221 
490 
118 
292 
300 

540 
465 
594 



I 



6523 
2447 
8237 
4236 
1985 
8788 

1269 
642 
210 

806 
966 
•05 
699 
415 

194 
410 
338 

367 
525 
153 
456 
452 

891 

880 

1124 



5194 
2976 
2996 
2406 
4595 
8209 
3371 
16330 

n5i 

3408 
•578 

8814 

1067 

318 

300 

978 
477 
876 
844 

« 

188 
351 
369 
341 
•99 
134 
503 
439 

749 
704 
953 



1755 

1424 

1695 

1493 

2366 

4468 

1478 

6768 

3079 

1431 

2957 

1300 
341 
114 

117 
448 

237 
374 
106 

89 
213 
220 
196 
294 

93 
326 
254 

467 
468 
558 



4815 
3327 
2430 
2315 
8866 
6806 
2862 
10041 
6829 
2581 

8493 

1017 

805 

881 
1048 

OW) 

957 
343 

104 
316 
167 
816 
536 
101 
807 
383 

706 
648 
961 



ENOLAin). 

DIVISIONS. 

LONDON. 
SOUTH EASTERN. 
SOUTH MIDLAND. 
EASTERN. 
SOUTH WESTl^N. 
WEST MIDLAND. 
NORTH MIDLAND. 
NORTH WESTERN. 
YORK. 
NORTHERN. 
WELSH. 

1.^-LONDON. 

MIDDLESEX (pari qf), 
SURREY (p«<^. 
XENT(p«<^. 

IL-^OUTH EASTERN. 

SURREY (uiti'm mttropoHQ, 
KBlffT ( M rt>^ m atrop a Ul an). 
SUSSEX. 
HAMPSHIRE. 
BERXSRIRE. 

III.-40UTH MIDLAND. 
MIDDLESEX (n.-mttn,) 



BUCKIIfOHAMSHIRE. 

OXFORDSHIRE. 

NORTRAMPTONSH. 

HUlfTIIfODONSRIRE. 

BEDFORDSHIRE. 

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

IV.<-EA8TERN. 



SUFFOLK. 
IfORFOLX. 



Whare iie parties to a narriage are of different religious 
"too* it BotneiimM happent tint tiic ceremony Is per- 
•cciirdla^ to tiie rites of t»oth oersuttions: In these 



4 IUa ■«•«• la VnftA* • ♦ 



the two ceremoniea are entered as two marriages. This ^^ 
also includes 7 cases ot divorce, for which see subsequer 

e« fUm n*iM «n Wnlm 4. 



Abstract qfMarriage$j I860. 



ABSTRACT OF MARRIAGES.— Marriages registered in England, pnisnant to tki 



DIVISIONS 

▲VD 

REGISTRATION COUNTIES. 



AlXA 

' in 
Stetatc 
Acres* 



o 



8 



o 



09 

H 
O 

< 

< 

H 

O 
H 



MARRIAGES. 



Aooordim to the Rites of the 
EiUblbbed Church. 






s 






9 W 



I 



H 

O 



Not MCordiM to the Ritctoflhe 
EtUbluhed Cborch. 



< 

O 
H 



In 



Reglitered 
Placef. 



So 

5" 



3 si 

O 






o. 



IS 



t 



No. 
17 
18 
10 

ao 

91 



y^-souTH western; 

WILTSHIRE - - . 

DORSETSHIRE - • 

DEVONSHIRE - - - 

CORNWALL . . . . 

SOMEBSBTSHIRB - 

VI^WEST MIDLAND. 
OLOUOESTERSHIRE - 



04 
AS 

aa 

ft7 



SO 

ai 

Sfl 

33 

34 

3ft 

30 

37 

88 
30 

40 
41 

4a 

43 



SHROPSHIRE - - - 
STAFFORDSHIRE - - 
WORCESTERSHIRE - 
WARWICKSHIRE - - 

VII^NORTH MIDLAND. 

LEICESTERSHIRE - 
RUTLANDSHIRE - - 
LINCOLNSHIRE - - 
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 



YIII^NORTH WESTERN. 
CHESHIRE . - - . 
LANCASHIRE - - - 

IX^YORK. 

WEST RIDING - - 
EAST RIDING (vMrorit) 
NORTH RIDING - 

X<-NORTHBRN. 
DURHAM .... 
N0RTHUM8ERLAND 
CUMRERLAND - - 
WESTMORLAND - 

ZI^WBLSH. 
MONMOUTHSHIRE 
SOUTH WALES 
NORTH 1I7ALE8 - 



777,483 
616,788 

1,637,879 
889,268 

1/)68,9B2 

716,048 
486,880 
984,676 
755,017 
434,076 
609,938 

686,846 
107,738 
1,739,312 
699,791 
668,620 

680336 
1,819,391 

1,705,913 

717,662 

1,331,062 

764,183 
1,349,399 
1,001,273 

487,567 

433,906 
3,816,599 
1,969,083 



236,037 
183,193 
589,885 
864,848 
463,261 

443,636 
106,796 
260,409 
769,541 
294,993 
661,334 

243,648 
23,479 
404,138 
828,789 
298,874 

470,174 
2,465,866 

1^29,948 
274,484 
211,109 

643,125 

843,025 

205,276 

€0,946 

196,9n 
699,722 
416,135 



1646* 

1484 

4988 

2790 

3448 

8968 
781 
1827 
6918 
2647 
4717 

1945 

165 

8004 

2648 
2322 






» See page 12, Note f. 
X See page 18» Note f. 



3979t 
25005: 

UIII3 
3637 
1583 

» 

4474 

3009 

1501 

430 

1658 
5533 
2818 



156 
165 
693 
388 
470 

460 
139 
338 
615 
848 
343 

305 
16 
493 
815 
883 

645 
2597 

1103 
557 
429 

476 
874 
433 
150 

132 
757 

568 



1070 
968 
3635 
1783 
2160 

2644 
879 
1082 
6381 
2022 
3569 

1153 
114 
1728 
1922 
1897 

2652 
14482 

9764 

1533 

761 

2267 

1631 

292 

168 

724 

2133 

929 



22 
27 
46 
32 
78 

89 
3 
64 
129 
16 
69 

66 

84 

8 
63 

90 
1287 

694 
36 
42 

209 
24 

78 
42 

27 
136 
161 



112 
84 

228 
26 

109 

99 
68 
88 

48 

74 

107 

81 
14 
88 
37 
24 

82 

210 

153 
39 

86 

66 
10 
49 
10 

83 

103 

72 



1359 
1244 
8602 
2128 
2817 

8243 
684 
1507 
6173 
23C0 
4077 

1606 
144 
2342 
2282 
1817 

8320 
18676 

11705 
2165 
1818 

3017 

2041 

851 

370 

966 
3129 
1730 



190 

1381 

662 

631 

725 
147 
820 
745 
187 
640 

440 
21 
662 
866 
606 

659 
6429 

2406 
472 
265 

1457 

968 

650 

60 

692 
2404 
1068 



14 

12 
61 
18 
13 

62 
7 

84 
323 

86 
238 

SI 

14 
21 
76 

808 
8429 

649 
93 
89 

412 

202 

93 

7 

71 

186 

15 



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81 


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61 


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428 


887 


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211 


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384 


228 


6 


370 


299 


2 


83 


66 


1 


176 


111 


- 


268 


149 


1 


134 


27 


- 



236 

214 

8 
630 
176 
315 

265 
1922 

964 

156 

93 

386 

195 
61 
17 

435 

1267 

617 



110 

195 
13 
118 
16B 
111 

84 

1042 

880 
214 
131 

808 
562 
496 

85 

196 
948 
456 



It 



2 

10 

6 
S 



7 
6 



2 - 



1 
7 



t See page 18. Note ". 
fi See page 90b Note ". 



Abstrad of Marriages^ 1860. 



Act of 6 tnd 7 Wm. lY. c 86, in the Tear ending December 81«t, 1860~eoa<m««dL 



MARRIAGES. 




R^tcredin 

tbt Quartor endiiif 

the last dajr of 



Contracted between 



Si O 

r 






1 



or 



S7 

»• 
mD 

661 
717 

740 
lU 
174 



410 

376 

707 



1066 

tu 

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14K 1«91 



465 
Kl 

M 

II 

au 

M 
4M 

146 

»4 

MS 
IB 

na 

•4 

a» 

71 

lai 

UQI 
610 



631 
1194 

M4 

40 

1079 

706 

679 

993 

6S31 

8489 
643 

m 

1141 



87& M3 

411 
1141 1339 
6SS 769 



784 



949 



936 1396 

I 

138 395 



406 
111 

431 

1496 

163 



346 
1675 

632 
1133 

447 
43 
993 
594 
577 

1006 
6315 

3399' 



130 
30O 

1015 

706 
398 
105 

371 

1307 
557 



556 
3135 

819 
1537 

646 
49 
781 
794 
689 

1134 
G835 

4941 
849 
538 

1993 
815 
488 
149 

487 

1695 

798 



1330 
1173 
4190 
9404 
9895 



614 
1507 
5791 
9134 
3879 

1599 
149 
9473 
9135 
1875 

3960 
90973 

11584 
9195 
1314 

3650 
3098 

1973 
3S6 

1360 
4583 

9311 



47 
49 

918 
84 

114 

159 
46 
77 

304 
99 

905 

53 

9 

96 

92 

101 

149 
1065 

484 

196 
69 

918 

191 

63 

17 

101 

960 

87 



165 
147 
495 
904 
333 

388 

47 

161 
531 
918 
411 

906 
7 
300 
988 
994 

379 
9953 



1991 
961 
169 

349 
941 
193 

41 

196 
475 
984 



103 
65 

990 
98 

176 

906 

94 
89 

369 
103 
999 

94 

7 

135 

133 

199 

196 
1414 

759 

195 

55 

957 

119 

49 

17 

71 
915 
136 



919 
645 
309 

5oe 

594 
71 
943 
893 
391 
640 

300 
14 
435 
491 
346 

577 

3667 

9043 
386 
917 

606 

360 

165 

58 

197 
690 
490 



o 



150 
114 
488 

189 
990 

358 
70 
159 
666 
195 
434 

147 
16 
931 
995 
993 

340 
9479 

1936 
951 
107 

475 

940 

105 

34 

179 
475 
993 



Of 

Persona 

not of 

FoU Ago. 



I 



194 
111 
951 
945 
958 

959 
94 
74 
674 
183 
376 

907 
7 
185 
991 
154 

995 

9042 

1091 

151 

68 

398 

119 

71 

93 

74 

319 
131 



Signed the 

Marriage Regiiter 

with Blarkf. 



^ 



8 



^ 



Inwhkh 



I 



DIVISIONS 

▲ITD 

BEOISTRATION COUNTIR8.: 



970 


516 


497 


987 


934 


419 


416 


994 


754 


nil 


1364 


606 


581 


978 


1909 


664 


563 


1089 


1066 


595 


656 


914 


1064 


489 


96 


996 


911 


199 


974 


657 


733 


440 


1984 


9754 


35n 


9158 


554 


757 


997 


493 


1030 


1915 


1697 


754 


413 


480 


655 


979 


S3 


99 


35 


11 


603 


691 


833 


368 


618 


731 


1093 


489 


463 


516 


895 


341 


649 


1079 


1795 


797 


5359 


7158 


13535 


0966 


3479 


3518 


6581 


9656 


559 


438 


763 


957 


986 


986 


407 


166 


1906 


1146 


1886 


839 


447 


479 


999 


345 


948 


996 


504 


919 


79 


64 


96 


35 


857 


791 


848 


516 


889 


1971 


3905 


1607 


317 


1097 


1590 


834 



439 

387 

1983 

859 

905 

1000 
179 
510 

9015 



1404 

577 

49 

808 

776 
669 

1980 
8761 

4787 
681 
361 

1368 

711 

869 

90 

537 

1969 

949 



V—^OUTH WBSTBRN. 
WZLTSBIRE. 
D0RSBT8HIRS. 
DEVONSBimS. 
CORNWALL. 



VI -.WEST MIDLAND. 
OLOU0E8TBRSRIRE. 



SHROPSHIRE. 
STAFFORDSHIRE. 
WORCESTERSHIRE. 
WARWICKSHIRE. 

VIL..NORTH MIDLAND. 



RUTLANDSHIRE. 

LINCOLNSHIRE. 

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 



VIII^NORTH WESTERN. 



LANCASHIRE. 

IZ^TORKSRIRB. 
WEST RIDING. 
EAST RIDING (wMrorft).' 
NORTH RIDING. 

X<-NORTH£RN. 
DURHAM. 

NORTHUMRERLAND. 
CUMBERLAND. 
WESTMORLAND. 

XI.~WELSH. 

MONMOUTHSHIRE. 
SOUTH WALES. 
NORTH WALES. 



jibstract of Marriages, I860. 



L— L0in>05^ 



DI8XBI0T8.* 



Absa 

in 
Statute 
Aetet. 



o 



o 



HABBIAOE8. 



Aooording to the BltM of th« 
EiUbliBhod Chnroh. 



1-9 



Kot aooording to th* Bitot oTlkt 
EsUbtiBhcd Chnroh. 



H 
O 

H 



InBofi*- 
tend Places. 




^8 



S- 



i 



I 



^ 






c 

« 

1 

Of 






1 
s 

8 
4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
U 

12 
18 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
18 

80 

SI 

8S 

88 

84a 

Ub 

85 



86 

87 



80 
81 
88 
88 
84 



86 
86 



MIDDLESEX {part(ff)» 
Kknsikotox ----- 

CflSIAKA — ^ ^ — • — 

St. OEOBOS HAWOVnSQCABK 
WsSTMIMSTZm - - - - 

St. Ma&tik-in-thb-Fixlm - 

St. JAUKS W8STMIN8TE& 
MABTIABOin , - - - 

Haxpstead - - - - - 

Pamcbao - - - - - 

Iilikqton - - - - - 

Haokmbt _ - - - - 

St. Giles - - - - - 

SXBAlli) ------ 

HOUOEK ------ 

CXOSEKEinrBLL - - - - 

St. Loke ------ 

East London - - - - 

West Londok - - - - 

LokdomCitt _ - - - 

SHOBEDITOa - - - - - 
Bbthmai. UBEEir . - - 
Wbitbchapel . - - - 
St. Oeoeoe-in-thb-East - 
Stbphet ----- 
Mile £md Old Town - - 

POPLAB ------ 

SURREY (jMTt (if), 

St. Sayioub Sodthwabk - 

St. Olave Sodthwabk - - 

Bbbmomdsbt - - . - 
Bt. Osobob Southwabk 

Newikoton - - - - - 

Lambbtu - - - - - 

Wandswobth - - - - 

Cambbewbll - - - . 

bothbbbithb - - - - 

XEMT(|Mlf<Ct/'). 

Obebmwicb - - - - . 
Lbwisham - - . . . 



7^4 
866 

1461 

917 
806 
164 

i;so9 

2,258 
2J16 
8^27 
8,989 

846 
178 
196 
880 
820 
168 
188 
484 

640 
760 
406 
848 
676 
681 
tfilB 



880 
169 
688 
888 
624 

4^6 
1^96 

4,842 
886 



6,867 
17,884 



186,950 
68,488 
87,771 
68,218 
22J688 
85,326 

161,680 

19A06 

198,788 

165,841 

88,296 

64,076 
484179 
44,862 
65/181 
NfiflS 
40,687 
27445 
45,655 

129,864 
106401 
78,970 
48,891 
66^2 
78/164 
78498 



86470 
19/»66 
68,366 
6&/(10 
82,220 
I62i>44 
70,403 
7M88 
84«602 



127/170 
66;767 



1767 
610 

1018 
612 
444 
886 

19SS 

107 

1860t 

1307 

882 

642 

424. 

283 

611 

80S 

637 

692 

611 

9058 
1186 
657 
410 
622 
697 
616 



886 

140 
467 
689 
989 
8269 
41U 
688 
148 



981 
684 



1 


876 


1247 




7 


1688 


— 


103 


468 


- 


— 


570 


8 


846 


637 




- 


986 


— 


87 


430 


. 


- 


607 


- 


87 


888 


. 


— 


485 


- 


134 


198 




- 


317 


1 


291 


1461 


21 


4 


1768 


— 


86 


64 


— 


— 


100 


- 


819 


1306 


14 


- 


1689 


- 


273 


848 


10 


8 


1129 


- 


129 


676 




8 


610 


- 


85 


859 




- 


449 


— 


00 


8S9 


— . 


m 


829 


- 


28 


139 


— 


- 


167 


-. 


47 


419 




— 


470 


- 


96 


217 


_ 


1 


244 


— 


49 


460 


. 


- 


600 


— 


118 


860 


^ 
* 


2 


684 


- 


146 




9 


268 


• 


102 


1915 


. 


2 


2019 


— 


16 


1133 


m» 


1 


1149 


. 


88 


478 


m. 


— 


605 


_ 


29 


207 


m 


- 


288 


- 


80 


625 


_ 


2 


607 


— 


83 


616 


— 


1 


650 


— 


66 


896 


— 


• 


461 


. 


87 


180 


s 




219 


- 


14 


105 


— 




110 


— 


88 


879 


6 


- 


417 


— 


66 


4SS 


- 


. 


490 


— 


84 


800 


1 


— 


886 


1 


200 


2001 


1 


— 


2206 




84 


800 


— 


— 


384 


_ 


109 


882 


6 


2 


499 


— 


11 


186 




i. 


187 


_ 


101 


687 


4 


^ 


772 


- 


84 


471 


- 


8 


668 



134 
49 
82 

106 
19 
68 

166 

7 

911 

178 

T2 

96 
96 
66 
41 
69 
18 
8 
848 

89 
37 
168 
174 
16 
47 
66 



16 
91 
60 
149 
64 
49 
27 
84 
6 



159 
86 



71 
87 

46 

48 

108 

4 

42 

40 

14 

86 

48 

62 

8 

89 



78 



51 
162 

"4 

28 



14 
88 

118 



1« 
6 



91 



84 


S8 




6 


7 


- 


14 


18 


- 


18 


89 


3 


8 


17 


- 


7 


14 


- 


89 


28 


- 


2 


1 


- 


46 


12s 


- 


62 


86 


- 


40 


18 


— 


84 


24 


- 


16 


80 


- 


4 


10 


- 


16 


22 


— 


18 


11 


1 


6 


12 


- 


6 


2 


- 


88 


IS 


1 


16 


H 


- 


28 


9 


- 


91 


10 


- 


8 


6 


- 


2 


13 


- 


82 


11 


- 


80 


7 


- 


19 


4 


„ 


A 


2 


- 


11 


1 


- 


18 


IS 


- 


24 


80 


— 


81 


18 


- 


14 


4 




14 


6 


- 


•• 


«• 


^ 


48 


20 


^^ 


19 


7 


— 



ns 



n.— SOUTH EASTERN C0U1JTIE&- 



87 
88 

89 
40 
41 
48 

48 
44 

46 
46 

47 
48 



49 
60 
61 
62 
58 
54 
66 
56 
57 



80 
81 
68 
88 

84 

66 
68 
87 



1.— SURREY iExtra-metrop.) 

Epsom ------ 

Chebtsbt - - - - - 

OniLDfOBD - - - - - 
FABHHiM - - - - - 

FaenbokouoB - - - - 
Hambledom ----- 

DOKBIKO ------ 

Bbioate ------ 

OODfTOlTB - - - - - 

Cbotdon - - - _ - 
KIK08TON ----- 

BlCUMOND - - - - - 

a.— KENT iSxtra-wtttrcpol.) 

Bbonlet - - - - - 
Dabtfobd - - - - - 
Obatesemd - « - - - 

NOBTH ATLESFOBD - . - 

Hoo ------- 

Mbdwat ------ 

Mallimo ------ 

Sbtenoaks - - - - - 

Tvmbbidoe - - - - - 

Maidstone - - - - - 

HOLLIKOBOrBM - - - - 

Cbambbook - - - - - 
Tbmtsbden - . - - - 
WBSTAinFOBD . - - . 

East Ashpobd . . - . 
Bbidob ------ 

Cabtbbbijbt . . . - . 
Blbam 1- - .... 

Fatbbsbak - . . - . 



4148O 

43,641 
66/99 
8I497 
89,571 
60,861 
40/X)6 
61^6 
48,816 
82JB08 
22,487 
4,889 



89,927 
68409 
1/141 
41488 
88481 
14,665 
47,808 
67«488 
46479 
88/188 

57/)17 
40,849 
46/»9 
41,901 
64,496 
41,894 
8421 
82JS1 
46,448 
86,489 



28^ 
18,642 
29,830 
80,707 
14/)I8 

i&9or 

nM46 

20,109 
9JM2 
46,474 
86^79 
18,802 



20,868 
82^16 
18,782 

194S1 

2,861 

61,605 

21,447 

nfiso 

84471 
88,670 

18/»4 
18.419 
10i47 
16437 
18486 
11,816 

1^ 
18,667 
14^5 



98 

88 

194 

246 

81 

90 

72 

118 

42 

838 

206 

101 



127 
193 
127 
206 
18 
4A8 
100 
114 
257 
302 

67 

81 

79 

386 

80 

76 

181 

186 

HO 

120 



13 
18 
18 
12 
13 
lU 

6 
13 

6 
48 
88 
26 



17 
19 
19 

16 
1 

27 
8 
7 

36 

26 

2 

6 

4 

17 

8 

12 

16 

10 

10 

7 



69 

69 

166 

179 
6S 
77 
42 

80 

86 

267 

163 

68 



98 
144 

79 
186 

17 
868 

71 

91 
191 
217 

42 
71 
68 
66 
69 
69 
99 
72 
93 
88 



1 

4 



1 
8 

17 



8 
82 



4 

16 

8 

1 

6 

8 

90 

28 



2 
2 

18 

10 

1 
7 
1 



17 

1 

16 

7 



14 

4 
2 
8 
2 
2 



£8 

82 

179 

195 

78 

89 

CO 

112 

41 

816 

192 

93 



115 
172 

99 
204 

16 
412 

96 

99 
251 
283 

46! 

76 
66 

108 
79 
74 

1S8 
87 

126 

1J2 



6 
1 

16 

60 

8 

1 

12 

6 

1 

22 

16 

8 



12 

21 

28 

9 



66 
4 

16 
6 

20 

12 

6 

18 

82 

1 

2 

68 

48 

16 

8 



11 

5 



2 

6 
9 



81 
1 



» 



4 

1 

10 

28 

1 
11 
8 
1 
9 
2 
8 



10 

15 

10 

8 



17 
3 

12 
6 

16 

8 

2 

10 

82 

1 

1 

17 

f 

7 

8 



1 

6 

22 

8 

1 
14 



1 
9 



7 
1 
3 



1 

as 

87 
8 



— 



rieut. which an amaced aeeordlng to their local posltioD. | 
of eootignou Papfahes or Places generaUy Idt&tical 
Aw.Uakao oT. tht sasM aamts. j 



f Includes a man dlroreed who married a tpintter.^ 
i Indvdes one bachelor who manitd a woman diroreed. 



Abstract of Marrioffei, I860. 

HABBIAGBS in the Tear 1860— in Dibtricts. ' 



MARRIAGES. 



iatlMQMrtar 
tUlM»D«yor 



I 



CoatTMUd tetWMD 



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s 

e 



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m 
m 

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MO 

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la 

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110 
lU 
117 
170 
140 



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US 

IM 

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111 

141 



510 
199 

aw 

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18» 
108 

530 

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137 
94 
•4 

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•4 

130 

m 
ui 

540 
818 
110 
138 
U4 
138 
138 



83 

30 
119 
189 
310 
811 
131 
148 




434 
U4 
285 
159 
115 
100 

308 
SS 
465 
391 
381 

141 

118 

84 

140 

rr 

140 
133 
134 

381 



178 
10 
133 
156 
137 



40 
118 
157 
974 

eo9 

101 
143 

37 



SIS 

158 



1450 
513 
819 
477 

3as 

300 

1817 

81 

1479 

1004 

799 

4X» 
844 
194 
408 



414 
449 
50i 

1887 
973 



398 
505 
474 
418 



187 
106 
378 
408 
759 
1888 
348 
494 
115 



748 

476 



n 

38 
48 
81 
91 
17 

87 
9 
34 
34 
34 

19 
31 
3 
31 
17 
38 
33 
33 

113 
88 
48 
ft 
38 
88 
31 



18 
10 
31 
34 

41 

138 

II 

83 
6 



54 

36 



178 
59 

189 
65 
38 
44 

188 

15 

188 

194 

90 

55 

41 
18 
54 
34 
47 
87 
53 

VS 
38 

53 
30 
39 
54 
44 



19 
14 
38 
83 
94 
188 
37 
70 
14 



33 
53 



70 
38 
96 
83 
99 
15 

38 

9 

101 

55 

99 

18 
13 
18 
31 
18 
34 
48 
97 

107 
84 
30 
80 
49 
88 
38 



13 
13 

95 

83 
59 
190 
15 
17 
3 



43 
34 



348 

80 

158 

104 

53 

53 

349 

17 
987 
179 
119 

T3 
59 
31 
35 
47 
81 
110 
80 

988 
147 
88 
00 
81 
90 
79 



38 

97 

58 

117 

148 

988 

58 

37 

90 



131 
8S 



141 
51 
74 
70 
43 
39 

188 
II 

135 
39 
68 

87 
89 
91 
59 
30 
66 
76 
57 



180 
73 
54 
73 
69 
59 



83 
58 

78 

98 

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88 

39 
14 



108 

40 



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not of 
FoUAce. 



8 



SknadtlM 

MarmM R«giater 

withMiirkt. 



8 



48 
19 

9 
91 
19 

5 

88 
8 
58 
85 
85 

85 

3 
10 
81 

5 
30 
19 
17 

180 
101 
SO 
91 
25 
99 
14 



3 
9 
17 
14 
32 
64 
14 
17 
3 



31 

95 



180 
65 
87 
86 
62 
46 

117 
9 
987 
151 
106 

37 
47 
3S 
76 
87 

106 
61 

111 

415 

994 

lOH 

91 

118 

71 

31 



84 

15 
T5 

4» 
130 



44 

67 
31 



140 
182 



804 
54 

86 
58 
84 
11 

188 
7 

137 
75 
34 

46 
80 
44 
18 
38 
55 
81 
80 

881 
890 
133 
116 

94 
119 

70 



13 
81 
68 

111 
88 

858 
35 
41 
19 



137 
68 



898 
71 
40 

104 
61 
27 

818 
11 
847 
115 
180 

rr 

75 
69 
55 

56 
180 

47 
168 

568 
514 
908 
170 
178 
183 
96 



87 
38 

110 

168 

158 

488 

49 

57 

48 



997 
M 



in which 



DISTRICTS. 



91 


8S0 


25 


75 


10 


46 


84 


94 


14 


67 


8 


82 


61 


899 


4 


10 


87 


890 


81 


188 


49 


116 


21 


81 


80 


65 


33 


47 


6 


61 


88 


45 


32 


181 


10 


58 


69 


130 


166 


511 


808 


896 


78 


185 


85 


116 


68 


148 


71 


158 


80 


88 


6 


98 


15 


94 


85 


109 


T6 


199 


42 


157 


118 


489 


17 


50 


20 


58 


12 


87 


88 


808 


86 


97 



MIDDLESEX (jkiHoO* 
KBHIIMOTOir. 

Cbkusa. 

St. OeoaoB Hakotsk Squabi. 

WESTMiMrm. 

St. MAaTIN'IN-TOE-FlSUM.. 
St. jAMtB WESTMlNSTKft. 

HAftTLEBONB. 

Hampstbao. 
Pakcbab. 

ItUHOTOir. 

Hacbkbt. 

St. UiLBS. 
Stband. 

HOLBOBB. 
CLBBBBMWBLL. 

St. Lukb. 
Eait Lokdok. 
Wbtt London. 
London Citt. 

Shobbditcb. 
Bbthnal Obxbn. 

WBITBCHAPBIm 

St. Obobob-in-tbb-Eait.. 

Stepnbt. 

Mub £bd Old Tomi. 

PorLAB. 

SURREY (|mH<^). 

St. Satioob Sodtbwabk. 

St. Olatb Soutbwabk. 

Bbbmondsbt. 

St. Qbobqb Soothwabk. 

Mbwinoton. 

Lambbtb. 

Wandbwobth. 

Cambbbwbll. 

Rotbbbbitbb, 

KIEVT (paritif). 

Obeenwicb. 
Lbwisuam. 



HABRIAOES in the Tear 1860— in Districts. 



M 

8 

11 

SI 
8 

m 
» 



II 

IB 
M 
41 
T 
71 
10 
17 



U 
17 
15 

n 

u 

10 

97 

































1.— SURREY {Extra mttiopol.) 


88 


85 


85 


73 




13 




15 


T 




18 


81 


11 


3 


16 


Epsom. 


U 


89 


19 


70 




3 




8 


10 




19 


84 


18 


5 


88 


(■UBBTflBT. 


10 


62 


60 


168 


11 


14 




81 


18 




88 


65 


41 


32 


42 


GCILDPOBO. 


15 


M 


88 


804 


80 


18 




81 


99 




61 


49 


68 


17 


78 


Fabnuam. 


U 


16 


31 


71 




7 




8 


8 




80 


81 


81 


7 


28 


Fabnbobodob. 


86 


18 


33 


T3 




11 




16 


6 




19 


29 


19 


10 


28 


Hamblcdon. 


U 


88 


80 


80 




6 




7 


6 




15 


16 


11 


5 


17 


DOBKIMO. 


48 


89 


33 


100 




8 




10 


10 




20 


18 


T 


3 


15 


Rbioatb. 


15 


7 


18 


37 




8 


_ 


2 


3 




8 


17 


12 


9 


11 


GODSTONB. 


76 


109 


194 


877 


18 


38 




43 


88 




50 


30 


36 


41 


64 


CBOTDON. 


m 


59 


68 


134 


14 


88 




30 


88 


18 


38 


47 


27 


15 


44 


Kingston. 


91 


34 


19 


39 




10 




12 


8 




18 


3 


10 


3 


12 


KiCBMOND. 

a.— KENT (Extra-mtropoUtau), 


13 


39 


37 


lis 




8 




12 


9 


8 


19 


S3 


38 


U 


37 


Dboxlbt. 


fl 


48 


81 


168 


10 


3 


IS 


81 


83 




89 


55 


58 


88 


64 


Dabtpobd. 


18 


40 


85 


97 




13 




84 


19 




19 


80 


88 


18 


19 


Ubatbsbno. 


19 


30 


63 


174 


18 


15 




19 


17 




46 


55 


57 


30 


52 


NOBTB ATLBSrOBD. 


1 


4 


6 


15 




1 




2 


9 




4 


10 


6 


3 


6 


Iloo. 


117 


197 


145 


889 


36 


41 


19 


60 


75 




91 


98 


139 


44 


148 


Mbdwat. 


99 


94 


34 


34 




11 




19 


5 




28 


34 


31 


19 


r 


Mallino. 


99 


88 


43 


100 




8 




19 


8 




26 


33 


88 


13 


28 


Sbtbnoabb. 


76 


58 


78 


910 




88 


18 


38 


95 




40 


47 


55 


84 


54 


TUNBBIDOB. 


88 


30 


110 


999 


18 


17 


13 


30 


88 




00 


67 


73 


35 


70 


Maidstonb. 


19 


15 


14 


00 




8 




3 


5 




16 


85 


18 


9 


85 


HOLLINOBOUBV. 


97 


13 


84 


T3 




4 




7 


4 




28 


13 


88 


9 


22 


Cbanbbook. 


16 


18 


30 


71 




4 




8 


4 




81 


15 


11 


3 


20 


Tbhtbbobn. 


80 


85 


39 


U3 




8 




19 


11 




35 


88 


83 


10 


40 


Wbtt Abbpobd. 


15 


15 


34 


73 




3 




6 


8 




38 


38 


88 


14 


87 


East Aibi obd. 


16 


16 


34 


37 


. 


8 




9 


1 




IT 


88 


U 


7 


88 


Dbidgb. 


43 


45 


10 


134 




3 


10 


19 


18 




88 


38 


48 


88 


48 


Cantbbbobt. 


91 


34 


15 


113 




10 




13 


10 




88 


48 


34 


13 


46 


Blban. 


30 


35 


34 


130 




6 




3 


4 




43 


44 


33 


88 


88 


Favbbsbaic 


18 


ts 


41. 


UO 




1 




3 


9 




30 


48 


88 


18 


33 


Mii;xov. 



8 



Abstract of Marriages^ I860. 

n.— SOUTH EASTERN cotnmE&- 



BISTBICTS. 



Abba 

in 
Statute 

AOTM* 



s 



o 



o 



HABBIAOES. 



Aecording to the Rites of tlia 
Estabtialiod Church. 



8 
§ 



a 

9 



I? 



Kot aooording to tbt Biln oTtlM 
EstabltohedCbanh. 



IiiK«gi»- 
teredPlaoet. 







Ko. 

09 
70 
71 
79 
78 
74 



76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
88 
88 
84 

85 
86 

87 
88 
89 
80 
91 
99 
96 
94 



95 
96 
97 

96 
90 
100 
101 
109 
lOS 
104 
105 
106 

107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
119 
^8 
U4 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 



190 
191 
199 
19S 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
180 
181 



2. KENT iEgctn^-mttro.)-efmt. 

Sheppkt ------ 

THANrr ------ 

Eastat ------ 

DOVBB ------ 

EUIAM ------ 

BOMMBT MABIB . - - - 

3.— SUSSEX. 

Rtb ------ - 

Uastinos _ . _ - - 

Battle - - - - - - 

Eastboubnb - - - - - 

Hailbham - - - - - 

TiCKHDBST - - - - - 
UCKnELD - - - - - 

East Obimstbao - . - 

CUCKnELD - - - - - 
Lbwbs ,_---- 

Bbiobton - - - - - 

Stbtnino - - - - - 

Horsham - . - - - 

Pbtwobth - - - - - 

Tbakbham - - - - - 

wobthiwo - - a - - 

WBSTnAMPKBTT - - - - 

Chichesteb - - - - - 

MiDHORST - - - - - 

Westbodbmb - . - - 

4.— RAMPSRIRE. 

Havant ------ 

PoBTSEA Island . - . 

Alvbbstobb - - - - - 

Farbham - - - - - 

Isle of Wight - - - - 

Lymimoton - - - - - 

Chribtciiubcb - . - - 

BlNOWOOD - - - - - 

fobdikgbridob . . - - 

New Forest - - - _ 

Southampton - - - - 

Sooth Stokbham - - - 

KOMBBT ------ 

Stocebbiimjb - - . - 
Winchester - - - - 

Droxpobd - - - - - 

Cathbrikgton - - - - 

PETERSnELD - - - - - 

Alresford - - - - - 

Alton ------ 

Habtlet Wintnet - - - 
Basinostobb - - - - 

WHlTCHfRCH - - - - 

Andover - - - - _ 
Kjkosclebb - - - - - 

ft.— BEIIKSUIRE. 

Newbcrt - - - - _ 

Hdnoerford . - . - 

Farinodon - - - - - 

Abingdon - - - - - 

Wantage - - - _ > 

Wallingfobd - - - - 

Bradfield - - - - - 

Reading - - - 

wobinoham - - - - . 

COOBHAM - - - - _ 

Eabthampstbad - - - 

WlNDSOB -----. 



81,083 
29,783 
50J10 
99JW1 
43,197 
46^85 



o9,no9 
14,097 
54,000 
88/)79 
54;i65 

74,280 
61,317 
61,793 
85,1<H 

9,890 
44344 
57/08 
89,899 
85,.-S09 
42,457 
74,018 
9l,tl54 
65J90 
89^ 



94^(97 

7,806 

5,299 

42,225 

89J^46 

42,169 

86,775 

88,800 

81,167 

85,582 

2,C30 

80,715 

98,208 
45,343 
76,076 
46,268 
10,561 
40419 
89,761 
53,057 
42,051 
73,859 
29,518 
83,615 
46,787 



42,956 
96,287 
64,207 
56,445 
75,700 
40,860 
62466 
4,690 
42,226 
29,588 
25,176 
92,407 



18,494 
81,M2 
254NN) 
31,575 
26,925 
5,708 



11,927 
26,631 
12,680 
10,721 
]2,06H 
14,626 
17,280 
14,097 
17,163 
96,095 

77,693 

24,053 

15,313 

9,397 

7r'»67 

18,921 
14,811 
14,775 
12,.'Wl 
6,957 



7,212 
94328 
223.53 
14364 
553*^2 
12.094 
10,433 
5357 
6377 
13309 
43,414 
25342 

26307 

l(),ri65 

2,497 

73-^3 

7,182 

12,068 

11,480 

17,429 

5322 

17,132 

8317 



19399 

15388 
203<n 
I73O8 
14317 
15,771 
25376 
14,465 
13,031 
7,436 
21301 



191 
937 
903 
313 
149 
41 



99 

194 

88 

69 

68 

82 

92 

82 

116 

172 

68l» 

106 

08 

72 

40 

123 

104 

113 

81 

49 



45 
in09 

n^ 

m 
394 

74 

71 

31 

40 

83 
517 
151 

48 

55 
213 J 

48 

10 

40 

40 

91 

85 
112 

24 

96 

62 



190 
117 I 
108 
153 
118 

96 

78 
977 

75 

82 

42 
157 



9 

80 
20 
32 
17 

9 



6 

87 

« 

11 

5 

7 

9 

12 

14 

15 

108 

sa 
12 

8 
1 
84 
14 
16 
8 
11 



9 
64 
17 
12 
64 
15 
12 
6 
2 
12 
C3 
26 

5 

5 
98 
7 
9 
5 
8 
8 
5 
11 
3 
8 
7 



19 
8 
18 
24 
10 
11 
14 
96 
12 
16 
5 
92 



101 
138 
141 
938 
110 
89 



68 
115 
69 
48 
58 
68 
62 
67 
86 
87 

428 
121 
79 
69 
39 
79 
81 
50 
71 
81 



29 

693 

176 

51 

140 

49 

86 

92 

32 

60 

946 

102 

96 

40 

114 

41 

m 
I 

80 
29 
69 
68 
89 
13 
79 
53 



81 
l«2 
73 

102 
77 
61 
48 

179 
59 
68 
29 

124 



8 
16 

4 



9 

9 

19 

14 

10 



89 
7 
5 

51 



55 
11 

9 

9 

12 

"1 

9 



8 
7 

9 

1 

16 

1 

10 
41 



9 

1 

5 

95 

9 
6 



1 
95 

8 

98 

5 



18 
8 



a 

18 
8 

11 

18 
9 

15 



107 
179 
187 
984 
140 
41 



77 

168 

80 

60 

65 

78 

87 

80 

110 

144 

539 

157 

93 

79 

49 

114 

lUO 

91 

76 

48 



89 

864 

900 

76 

980 

69 

50 

96 

47 

80 

866 

144 

41 
52 

149 
48 
10 
85 
43 
83 
82 

101 
19 
89 
69 



101 

109 

99 

188 

105 

82 

78 

210 

71 

79 

42 

147 



14 


« 


1 


7 




68 


9 


48 


8 


- 


16 


— 


15 


1 


- 


90 


15 


10 


S 


- 


9 


- 


5 


4 


- 


99 




IS 


9 


. 


96 


- 


93 


3 


- 


8 


- 


9 


1 


- 


8 


- 


3 


- 


• 


8 


- 


8 


- 


- 


4 


- 


4 


- 


« 


6 


— 


- 


5 


- 


9 


- 


9 


- 


- 


6 


— 


5 


1 


- 


98 


- 


15 


IS 


- 


149 


ir 


78 


46 


1 


9 


- 


6 


8 


- 


5 


- 


5 


- 


• 


— 


— 


- 


— 


• 


9 


_ 


8 


6 


- 


4 


4 


- 


- 


- 


99 




4 


IS 


- 


5 


— 


- 


5 


• 


1 


— 


— 


1 


" 


6 


1 


3 


9 


• 


145 


8. 


88 


96 


- 


96 


IS 


4 


9 


- 


10 


m 


6 


4 


" 


114 


9 


53 


8% 


- 


5 


1 


4 


- 


- 


91 


— 


15 


6 


- 


8 


- 


1 


9 


- 


9 


_ 


9 


- 


- 


8 


• 


9 


1 


- 


161 


8 


66 


75 


- 


7 


— 


4 


8 


• 


7 


— 


7 


. 


- 


3 


. 


9 


1 


- 


64 


8 


55 


6 


m 


— 


«- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


•* 


— 


- 


- 


5 


. 


5 


- 


- 


6 


. 


6 


- 


« 


8 


- 


8 


- 


- 


8 


. 


1 


9 


- 


11 


. 


11 


- 


- 


5 


. 


9 


9 


1 


7 


- 


7 


- 


- 


95 


1 


94 




» 


8 


— 


8 


•* 


• 


9 


- 


6 


8 


* 


15 


1 


18 


1 


- 


8 


. 


4 


4 


— 


14 


- 


8 


6 


— 


— 


. 


— 


- 


— 


67 


8 


59 


8 


4 


4 


• 


3 


1 


• 


8 


-m 


8 


- 


• 


— 


. 


m. 


— 


— 


10 


- 


6 


4 


* 



m— SOUTH MIDLAKD COUNTEES.-- 



189 
188 
184 
185 
186 
187 



6.MIDD L£ SEX(£x(ra-iM<.) 

Staines ----- ^ 
uxbridge - - . - . 
Brentford - - - - . 
Uendon --.--. 
Barnbt --.-.. 
Edmomtoii - - • • . 



94381 


15376 


91 




7 


54 


•■ 


96 


87 


4 


9 






"1 




95308 


23,155 


128 


— 


16 


103 


- 


- 


119 


9 


- 




9 




90,405 


50316 


996 


— 


42 


914 


1 


1 


958 


88 


26 


IS 


- 






88367 


10338 


78 


- 


15 


69 


— 


- 


77 


1 


— 




- 






95369 


19,128 


65 


. 


91 


55 


— 


— 


76 


9 


— 




4 


1 




aAHQT 


59319 


967 


- 


66 


188 


9 


- 


ISl 


Ifl 


1 


u 


« 





* Indudii a man diroroad who nuutlod b •pioffeer* 



Jb$tra€i of Marriages^ I860, 
MARRIAGES in the Tear 1860— in Districts— con/tinred 



9 













MARBIAOES. 








1 




Slcnedthe 


1 




















• 








1 


MuTiage lUttiatar 
withMarki. 






BiflMirad io th« Quutar 
MdingtUlMtdayor 


4 

Contractad between 


Of 


OfPenoofl 

not of 
FiiUA«e. 










CaMi 

in which 


• 




































DISTBICT8. 








• 




]i 


1. 


1, 


1. 














• 












1 


i 


• 

II 


sl 


Si 


■ 


• 




• 




• 


1 


R 






1 


• 

S 

►9 


L 






ll 


Widow 
Wido 


e 


1 


• 

1 


^ 


• 

8 


^ 


1 


































' 










M 


St 


15 


50 


106 


4 


5 


6 


11 


10 


10 


44 


98 


84 


18 


86 


Shbtpbt. 




M 


« 


M 


8S 


190 


11 


15 


11 


86 


21 


17 


84 


41 


87 


19 


41 


Thanxt. 




81 


4< 


S7 


81 


167 


8 


17 


11 


98 


19 


11 


41 


80 


87 


21 


84 


EABTrnT.) : 




61 


74 


75 


M 


188 


11 


IS 


10 


81 


82 


10 


71 


54 


68 


28 


71 


DOVXB. 




% 


as 


SS 


58 


1S7 


S 


14 


5 


10 


8 


9 


28 


87 


86 


19 


35 


Elham. 




1 


IS 


18 


U 


85 


8 


1 


1 


8 


4 


4 


7 


U 


10 


5 


11 


BommstMabsb.' 




































a.— SUSSEX. 




U 


ss 


» 


n 


84 


4 


7 


4 


11 


8 


3 


84 


15 


81 


11 


84 


Rts. 




41 


44 


4S 


67 


158 


9 


13 


9 


82 


18 


8 


28 


11 


20 


10 


22 


Hastinoo. 




U 


18 


SI 


at 


71 


8 


7 


1 


8 


4 


8 


17 


21 


26 


12 


23 


Battle. | 




IS 


10 


18 


19 


60 


8 


4 


1 





5 


8 


10 


18 


6 




19 


EAiTBoumirs. 




IS 


18 


19 


so 


60 


8 


8 


1 


5 


5 


2 


IS 


18 


19 


11 


10 


HA1L8HAM. 




10 


18 


S5 


19 


n 


1 


6 


S 


9 


5 


8 


23 


27 


16 


17 


19 


TlCEHCB«T. 




IS 


SS 


SS 


95 


81 


8 


5 


4 


9 


6 


8 


21 


82 


16 


15 


28 


UCXPIBLD. 




8 


80 


18 


» 


69 


5 


6 


1 


8 


7 


5 


18 


29 


11 


12 


96 


East OftimrxAD. 




ss 


S8 


81 


84 


101 


8 


10 


9 


11 


5 


6 


21 


19 


20 


8 


S3 


CUCKFIXLO. 




s« 


41 


49 


48 


148 


8 


IS 


8 


16 


11 


7 


81 


45 


24 


15 


80 


LmwKs. 




UB 


in 


106 


199 


587 


87 


85 


91 


107 


59 


40 


112 


M 


108 


45 


107 


BaiOHToir. 




n 


4S 


87 


55 


ISB 


5 


13 


10 


88 


15 


1 


15 


81 


IS 


12 


81 


Stetmxno. 




u 


88 


SS 


15 


79 


7 


11 


1 


IS 


8 


8 


81 


411 


18 


10 


88 


HomsHAM. 




M 


SS 


9 


95 


69 


1 


8 


5 


8 


7 


8 


8 


11 


10 


11 


19 


Pbtwobth. 




s 


19 


10 


18 


40 


5 


S 


1 


4 


6 




9 


24 


14 


10 


18 


TUAKBHAM. 




» 


88 


Si 


18 


91 


8 


19 


5 


14 


18 


S 


18 


29 


11 


5 


31 


WOBTRINO. 




U 


SS 


94 


80 


85 


5 


IS 


1 


14 


7 


4 


90 


82 


19 


10 


31 


WSSTHAKPinBTT. 




S9 


n 


SS 


86 


OS 


8 


9 


1 


11 


8 


4 


SH 


18 


11 


6 


28 


CBICllEaTSE. 




IS 


V 


17 


15 


69 


1 


6 


5 


11 


6 


4 


IS 


81 


12 


15 


23 


MiDBUBtT. 




r 


i» 


IS 


lU 


45 




8 


1 


4 


1 


8 


11 


8 


5 


2 


9 


WBSTBOUBmt. 

4.— RAMP8HIRE. 




r 


18 


14 


11 


41 


1 


8 


- 


8 


1 


2 


6 


9 


6 


2 


11 


nATAHT. 




as 


S70 


SB 


278 


799 


91 


68 


57 


1S5 


148 


82 


210 


166 


811 


99 


298 


P0BT8BA ISLAKP. 




M 


CI 


51 


63 


185 


17 


IS 


11 


24 


28 


8 


25 


58 


81 


25 


81 


ALVEB8TOKX. 




IS 


S7 


SO 


IS 


70 


1 


7 


7 


14 


9 


_ 


12 


18 


15 


8 


17 


Fabbbam. 




n 


m 


7» 


183 


880 


10 


88 


16 


54 


86 


IS 


45 


78 


68 


24 


88 


ISLB or WlOBT. 




SI 


19 


11 


SS 


68 


1 


8 


1 


10 


8 


S 


14 


90 


9 


7 


15 


LTMINOTOIf. 




u 


u 


18 


95 


61 




6 


4 


10 


4 


5 


19 


9 


7 


2 


12 


CBBISTCBtTBCB. 




M 


• 


9 


6 


19 


'l 




1 


1 


8 


1 


1 


9 


10 


4 


11 


RiNOWOOD. 




r 


so 


8 


14 


41 




5 


2 


7 


1 


8 


9 


13 


14 


7 


12 


FOBDIMOBBIDOB. 




IS 


SI- 


IS 


96 


66 


8 


11 


8 


14 


6 


5 


14 


91 


15 


7 


22 


Nbw Fobbst. 




us 


ISO 


1S7 


138 


411 


19 


48 


8S 


76 


61 


17 


94 


87 


79 


81 


104 


SOITTBAMPTON. 




91 


48 


17 


44 


188 


6 


11 


11 


11 


17 


8 


18 


88 


16 


15 


89 


SOCTB STONXBAlf. 




U 


14 


S 


15 


48 


„ 


4 


1 


5 


1 


2 


6 


14 


11 


6 


14 


Bomsbt. 




s 


14 


9 


S 


49 


1 


8 


8 


5 


8 


6 


12 


19 


10 


4 


21 


Stocebbidob. 




47 


89 


45 


61 


170 


15 


91 


7 


18 


81 


8 


81 


54 


80 


22 


49 


WiNCBXiTXB. 




8 


10 


6 


14 


88 


4 


4 


9 


6 


6 


8 


5 


10 


18 


IS 


12 


Dboxpobo. 




S 


1 


4 


9 


7 


1 


1 


• 


1 


1 


. 


1 


8 


8 


2 


2 


Catbbbinotov. 




S 


U 


6 


17 


38 


1 


8 


8 


6 


5 


1 


7 


15 


16 


10 


11 


PBTBBSnBLD. 




8 


8 


15 


18 


99 


5 


9 


S 


5 


8 


1 


6 


20 


9 


5 


19 


ALBBtrOBD. 




M 


94 


91 


SI 


74 


6 


8 


8 


11 


9 


6 


17 


86 


24 


18 


14 


Altom. 




IS 


18 


» 


99 


78 


1 


7 


8 


10 


5 


8 


13 


86 


25 


18 


25 






18 


SB 


17 


SO 


96 


4 


8 


4 


11 


8 


4 


25 


86 


23 


16 


27 


Basimoitoxx. 




4 


4 


7 


9 


19 


8 


1 


1 


1 


4 


— 


4 


5 


5 


2 


6 


Wbitcbubcb. 




a 


ft 


IS 


88 


75 


8 


18 


5 


18 


8 


4 


15 


88 


86 


S 


29 


Akdovbb. 




T 


10 


9 


» 


54 


8 


8 


1 


5 


5 


8 


18 


88 


10 


21 


KlWOaCLBBB. 




































5.— BERKSHIRE. 




SI 


18 


SI 


44 


97 


S 


18 


8 


IB 


11 


8 


21 


86 


81 


17 


88 


KXWBUBT. 




M 


SB 


10 


48 


99 


8 


10 


11 


11 


15 


5 


27 


50 


47 


8S 


81 


HUlfOEBFOBD. 




If 


19 


19 


41 


89 


5 


8 




14 


11 


4 


21 


89 


38 


10 


88 


Fabimodov. 




84 


46 


17 


46 


114 


4 


17 




15 


11 


U 


25 


48 


51 


18 


88 


Abimodom. 




U 


IS 


99 


47 


86 


7 


18 




«) 


9 


5 


29 


47 


88 


18 


27 


Wamtaob. 




r 


ir 


» 


41 


77 


4 


10 




15 


9 


8 


17 


81 


27 


15 


28 


Wallinofobd. 




14 


s 


19 


11 


71 


1 


4 




6 


8 


6 


16 


80 


18 


11 


16 


Bbadfikld. 




48 


o 


86 


81 


910 


18 


40 


14 


54 


27 


15 


50 


47 


82 


18 


48 


Bbapimo. 




U 


19 


11 


14 


57 


4 


8 




14 


10 


2 


10 


11 


18 


9 


11 


WOKIMOBAM. 




u 


V 


U 


81 


60 


8 


18 




19 


9 


5 


15 


18 


IS 


6 


24 


COOKBAM. 




8 


18 


9 


9 


S8 


1 


1 




8* 


1 


1 


10 


14 


12 


8 


10 






IS 


80 


41 


51 


116 


U 


9 


10 


19 


82 


8 


17 


88 


24 


14 


29 


WlMDSOB. 


fes 



































KABRIAGES in the Tear 1860— in Districts. 



M 


19 


48 


18 


78 


1 


11 


1 


18 


4 


8 


17 


18 


IB 


12 


IS 


98 


41 


15 


87 


118 


5 


7 


4 


11 


9 


9 


38 


81 


80 


18 


88 


80 


89 


87 


98 


141 


18 


81 


11 


48 


14 


10 


40 


80 


71 


86 


80 


14 


14 


» 


a 


64 


8 


9 


2 


11 


5 


4 


11 


14 


18 


5 


17 


U 


19 


18 


18 


75 


1 


T 


1 


9 


8 


2 


7 


10 


10 


8 


14 


17 


rs 


78 


68 


118 


9 


S9 


11 


40 


to 


14 


51 


55 


87 


SO 


81 



0.-MIDDLESEX-<'«a«-««iNk) 

Stahixs. 

uxbbidob. 

Bbbntpobd. 

HBir]>OM. 

Babmbt. 

EPMOXTOSr. 



Jb^act of Marriages, 1660. 

nx— SOUTH HTOLAND comnns- 



UAKBUOES. 



£i>uGltaMCI 






tond^^KH. 



lO.-NORTR AMPTOM ■ U. 



r,-.HE BTFOROS HI BE . 



B.— 8UC KI KOBAM SB. 



».— oxroBoaHiBS. 



1 jk— B BDF0R&8RIBB. 















IV.— EASTEBN COUBTIEa- 


14.— BSBEX. 

S Em.^*- : : : : 




IH - 
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Abitraet of Mariaga, '. 
HABBUOBS in the T«ar IB60— In Dutmotj BBuKumf. 





SIMU. 






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c-~-m™. 


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7.-KBRTF0BOSHIIU:. 
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».-oxroKDSHiaf:. 

as-.."""-- 

10.— ITORTBABtPTON SB. 

1 

ia.-BEDFOBDBKIItE. 

Brawu., 

l9.-CAHBXIDaEBHIBB. 



UBRIAOES in tbe Tmt 1S99— in Diitbicts. 



12 



Abstract of Marriages^ I860. 



rV.— EASTERN COUOTOSi- 



DISTRICTS. 



AmiA 

in 
Statute 



^ 



MABBIAOES. 



Aeeordins to ibo RltM of tht 
Establiahod Cborch. 



I 






Hot aeoordtng to the Ritfli «r tki 
EsuhSehed Chnreh. 



I 



In Rois- 
tered Faeee. 




t 



iTo. 
196 
190 

soo 

SOI 
909 
908 
904 
905 
906 
907 



900 
910 



911 
913 
213 
814 
215 
216 
817 
918 
919 
990 
981 
999 



980 
981 



984 
986 



987 



940 
f41 
»49 
>48 
944 
946 
946 
947 
948 
940 



14.— E8SBX— eoNKMMd. 
OmaKTT ------ 

BiLUtBICAT - - - - - 

CHBLMSFOftD - - - - - 

ROCHFOftD - - - - - 

Maldon ------ 

TlNDBINO - - - - - 

COLCHXSm - - - - - 

Lbxdbn ------ 

WiTBAM ------ 

HAUTBAD - - - - - 

BBAiirnuu - - - - - 

DUIfMOW ------ 

Satfsom Waldbiv - - - 
15.— SUFFOLK. 

RUBEIDOS - - - - - 

SUDBUBT ------ 

CkMPOEO ------ 

Thinoob ------ 

BUBT ST. EDMUIfBS - - - 
MiLDBNHAU. - - - - - 

Stow ------- 

Habtibmbbb - - - - - 

HOZNB ------ 

BOBMEBB ------ 

SAMTOEO ------ 

Ipswich ------ 

woodbbidob- - - - - 

Plombsoatb - - - - - 

BLTTaiMO - - - - - 
Wakofobd - - - - - 
MUTFOBD- - - - - - 

10.— NORFOLK. 

Tabmoutb - - - - - 

Futoo ------ 

Tdmstbao - - - - - 

EBnNOHAK - - - - - 

Atlsbam ------ 

St. Paitbs « - - - - 

KOBWICB ----- - 

FOBBHOB ------ 

Hbwitbad - - - - - 
Blofexlo- - - - - - 

LODDON ------ 

DXPWADB - - - - - 

Odiltcbom - - - - - 
Watland _ - - - - 

MlTPOBD ------ 

Walsingbam - - - - 

DOCKINO ------ 

Fbbbbbidob Lnrir - - - 

KixosLtnw - - - - - 

DOWNBAM - - - - - 

SWArFHAK - - - - - 

Tbbtfoed - - - - - 



4SJS07 
60,846 
8S4M)6 
107,846 
107,030 
89,803 
11,200 
73,891 
884»8 
8M18 
88,058 
72,504 
68,680 



63304 
78,308 
68,686 
82,464 

2,934 
61,244 
65,842 
64^16 
63,1)85 
67,B9» 
60,230 

8,896 
82,195 
76,064 
92,097 
36,070 
35,490 



ijno 

29.087 
62,607 
72,513 
68,123 
48,804 
4,325 
87,834 
48,358 
44,178 
60,401 

72,681 
44,586 
51,068 

105,238 
87,342 

101,136 

78,776 

6,499 

83,087 

81,200 

117,870 



11,605 
16,081 
82,765 
18,282 
22^ 
27,105 
8SJB16 
824»0 
16,824 
18,482 
17,170 
10,759 
19,721 



17,488 
81,415 
17,870 
18,234 
18,818 
OrM)5 
90,908 
17/165 
14,604 
16,174 
12,736 
87,881 
82,754 
20,720 
2B348 
13/119 
94/)60 



80,888 
8/»l 
14/S16 
90374 
19,052 
11,749 
74,440 
12/)18 
11,290 
11,521 
14,'i42 

25,248 

u/m 

11/J62 

88/no 

81,118 
17,596 
13,486 
10/101 
90,864 
13,747 
18,718 






61 
82 
172 
185 
179 
194 
817 
161 
105 
124 
135 
186 
138 



111 

216 

125 

124 

96 

65 

168 

134 

101 

09 

75 

805 

143 

126 

190 

100 

154 



812 
68 
99 

143 

144 
73 

710 
81 
80 
66 
86 

178 

75 

74 

168 

151 

122 

79 

183 

187 

87 

133 



4 

10 

8 

12 

9 

18 

14 

10 

11 

4 

9 

7 

6 



8 
14 
12 
17 
15 

9 
19 

7 

12 
13 

9 
40 
15 
17 
S3 
14 
96 



66 

8 

8 

88 

23 

12 

95 

9 

17 

16 

10 

80 
10 

8 
96 
28 
12 
10 
88 
10 

6 
U 



87 

66 

119 

80 

111 

146 

98 

105 

63 

72 

82 

104 

110 



78 

116 
98 
08 
62 
49 
70 
98 
71 
60 
64 

116 
79 
81 

184 
67 

112 



49 
71 
94 

102 
60 

848 
49 
63 
40 
60 

117 
66 

49 
182 
89 
08 
68 
77 
107 
60 
98 



1 
1 

1 
4 
8 
90 
6 



18 
9 

6 

8 
8 



94 



17 
7 

16 
U 
11 
19 
96 

6 
81 
16 
18 

4 



18 
88 

4 
8 



16 

17 

S 

6 

11 
1 
6 
1 
3 



16 

6 

8 
8 

1 
4 
10 
8 
8 
7 
4 
6 



69 

74 

187 

117 

186 

178 

189 

147 

79 

97 

106 

188 

110 



99 

168 

109 

118 

68 

68 

104 

117 

88 

85 

69 

168 

107 

104 

170 

86 

141 



884 
68 

81 

119 

134 

78 

409 

68 

80 

66 

76 

168 

67 

60 

149 

116 

116 

76 

108 

194 

79 

111 



9 

8 
46 

18 
44 

91 
76 
14 
96 
87 
29 
18 
14 



18 
64 
16 

6 
97 

7 
64 
IT 
18 
14 

6 
186 
86 
88 
90 
15 
18 



U 
94 
10 



841 

98 



11 

96 

8 

16 

19 

86 

T 

4 

81 

18 

8 

98 



10 



4 
1 



9 
4 
98 
18 
84 
11 
98 
14 
18 
20 
94 
IS 
6 



19 

17 

10 

9 

6 

6 

49 

17 

17 

7 

8 

37 

16 

9 

90 

14 

18 



94 

16 
90 
10 



66 

19 



8 

98 

6 
16 

9 

10 

7 

98 

18 
8 
7 



19 

6 

10 

10 



18 
f 
6 



81 

6 
4 

88 
8 

18 

1 
7 
8 

96 
» 
18 



180 
10 



8 

8 

10 

86 

4 

8 

6 
14 



: 



v.— SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIES.- 



sso 

961 
968 
968 

964 
966 
9S6 

967 
958 
980 
960 
961 



964 
966 
966 

907 



17.— WILTSHIRE. 

HfOBWOBTB - - - - - 

CBICKI.ADB - - - - - 

MALMBBUBT - - - - - 

CBIPPBMBAX - - - - - 

Calnb ------ 

MABLBOmODOB - - - - 

Dbvizes ------ 

Mblkbbaic - - - - - 

Bbadfobd - l. - - - 
Wbstbubt - - - - - 

WABMXIfBTSB- - - - - 

Pbwsxt ------ 

Ambsbubt - - - - - 

Aldbrbubt - - - - - 

Sausbobt - . . - - 
Wilton ------ 

TUBDBT ------ 



60/)64 


19,987 


148» 






UO 


41,566 


11,470 


75 


- 




46 


67,506 


14,550 


103 


- 


18 


64 


60,065 


82/129 


181 


— 


16 


87 


88/110 


8385 


60 


— 




87 


48/)98 


9,774 


65 


- 




60 


63,491 


81380 


123 


— 


18 


71 


17,768 


17333 


126 


— 




66 


18,800 


10,475 


89 


— 




74 


30,044 


11,761 


99 


— 




67 


66,356 


15348 


102 


- 




76 


66/UO 


12,466 


74 


— 




46 


68,420 


8487 


60 


— 




46 


6S/J60 


14,770 


104 


— 




60 


480 


9339 


74 


— 




87 


66,804 


10374 


81 


— 




68 


40,494 1 9,868 | 


79 


- 




46 


88,8U 


1 8367 1 


67 


- 




86 





1 


116 


27 




18 


9 






— 


10 


61 


14 


— 


6 


9 


- 


M 


- 


11 


87 


16 


— 


16 




- 


- 


— 


8 


106 


16 


_ 


16 


. 


— 


• 


8 


6 


61 


9 


_ 


9 


- 


- 


m 


— 


8 


60 


6 


_ 


6 


. 


- 


m 


- 


97 


110 


18 


_ 


18 


. 


. 


- 


- 


6 


78 


64 


— 


68 


8 


m 


- 


6 


9 


85 


4 


. 


8 


1 


- 


- 


- 


— 


76 


98 


— 


95 


. 


- 


- 


- 


6 


89 


18 


. 


18 


1 


- 


- 


— 


19 


68 


6 


— 


4 


1 


- 


- 


— 


6 


66 


6 


. 


6 


• 


- 


« 


— 


2 


67 


17 


. 


8 


9 


- 


- 


11 


1 


60 


16 


1 


14 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


69 


18 




12 


- 


- 


- 


— 


8 


68 


81 


19 


9 


— 


- 


- 


- 


10 


61 


16 


1 


16 


- 


- 


• 



iBflfaidM om BBB diTonod wbo miRied B ipiiMtsr. 



Jibttraet of Maniage$, 1860. 



13 



[ARRUGES 


in the Tetr 1860— in Di8TBICT»— eoafttniedL 










t 


^ 








MARBIAOBS 


« 










BinMdibo 


1 


























Mnrrtiigt R«eiat«r 




■^ 


t««dintta«Qiurt«r 
Bf tbt iMt day of 


OootyMted belifBtu 


or 


OfPenonI 

not of 
rnUAce. 




mA 






CMOi 
InwUeh 




































U>I8TBI0T8. 


t 




-• 




h 


1 


h 


r 














^ 


• 




• 




1 


j 




• 


il 




• 


• 




• 




J 


t 


1 




t 


• 

i 


J_ 


1 


if. 


Jl 


|l 


P 


1 


1 


1 


► 


Men. 


^ 


1 






























1 








14.--E88BX-CBiirtfwnrf. , 


4 


U 


10 


89 


40 




r 


4 


11 


5 


4 


B 


B 


18 


10 


B 


0B8STT. 


IS 


n 


11 


V 


69 




10 


4 


14 


10 


8 


19 


» 


B 


18 


B 


BuxnioAT.* 


% 


so 


88 


87 


147 




9 


8 


17 


16 


15 


88 


68 


40 


97 


49 


CHsunroiD. 


u 


V 


80 


88 


107 




IS 


r 


90 


15 


T 


48 


56 


48 


B 


48 


BOCBTOID. 


11 


40 


41 


n 


184 


IS 


19 


18 


81 


16 


18 


41 


79 


& 


85 


80 


Maldom. 


11 


41 


80 


79 


164 




14 


19 


96 


16 


15 


86 


75 


45 


48 


TsNDKiiro. 


« 


•1 


81 


49 


166 


11 


94 


16 


40 


17 





48 


49 


69 


94 


56 


CoLoutm. 


B 


18 


86 


98 


119 




14 


18 


97 


18 


U 


41 


79 


60 


86 


60 


LsxDSir. 


11 


n 


IS 


41 


87 




IS 


8 


16 


5 


7 


90 


88 


B 


15 


B 


WmiAM. 


n 


18 


If 


89 


100 




17 


5 


19 


7 


14 


SO 


61 


56 


44 


B 


Hautbao. 


ti 


11 


S7 


45 


90 




90 


11 


81 


16 


16 


SS 


53 


58 


84 


B 


BEAIimiB. 


17 


14 


11 


78 


117 




11 


8 


15 


7 


9 


» 


69 


51 


87 


46 


DOMMOW. 


IS 


11 


IS 


88 


110 




IS 


6 


19 


10 


14 


86 


57 


89 


B 


48 


SArnow Waldbw. 

15.— SUFFOLK. 


» 


IS 


18 


88 


91 




IS 


9 


15 


6 


4 


88 


60 


56 


48 


B 


StSBBIDOB. 


41 


48 


49 


T5 


174 




B 


IS 


86 


19 


15 


44 


88 


84 


59 


B 


StJDBCniT. 


M 


SI 


If 


85 


97 




19 


5 


14 


9 


9 


83 


68 


59 


40 


40 


COtPOBD. 


ff 


u 


18 


51 


96 




16 


7 


» 


19 


10 


94 


62 


97 


91 


47 


Tbimoob. 


IS 


» 


11 


83 


7S 




7 


6 


IS 


15 


9 


1« 


16 


17 


7 


19 


BUBT St. Edmuwm. ., 


16 


14 


U 


94 


54 




6 


4 


10 


5 


10 


10 


22 


22 


IS 


18 


MlLDBMHALL. 


l» 


4S 


18 


TO 


196 


• 2 


19 


11 


8U 


18 


10 


83 


67 


46 


85 


48 


Stow. 


» 


IB 


19 


61 


117 




11 


1 


IS 


6 


19 


81 


63 


56 


40 


41 


Habtismbbx. 


M 


M 


18 


58 


84 




9 


6 


15 


8 


7 


B 


42 


89 


B 


B 


UOXWB. « 


fl 


14 


a 


40 


79 




10 


5 


15 


10 


5 


15 


44 


30 


94 


B 


B06MBBB. 


14 


IS 


IS 


85 


55 




9 


6 


15 


11 


1 


9 


32 


17 


18 


B 


Samvobo. 


M 


67 


71 


107 


896 


15 


86 


18 


54 


88 


18 


55 


62 


78 


89 


76 


IrawicH. 


« 


81 


80 


56 


190 




16 


1 


17 


7 


8 


18 


48 


88 


B 


40 


WOODBBtDOB. 


n 


tt 


IS 


51 


104 




16 


4 


90 


6 


5 


19 


48 


IH 


11 


89 


Plombsoatb. 


a 


88 


38 


85 


156 




19 


9 


18 


15 


5 


86 


72 


49 


36 


49 


Bltthimo. 


M 


n 


18 


47 


85 




9 


4 


IS 


6 


4 


23 


88 


80 


li 


B 


Wanopobd. 


» 


» 


81 


•9 


185 




17 


9 


96 


11 


11 


19 


48 


85 


18 


47 


MUTBOBD. 

10.— NORFOLK. 


n 


tt 


80 


91 


m 


15 


88 


90 


58 


35 


B 


67 


B 


100 


58 


7T 


Tabmocth. 


% 


10 


5 


18 


48 


8 


4 


8 


7 


6 


7 


16 


25 


» 


11 


B 


Flboo. 


If 


u 


10 


58 


83 




9 


4 


IS 


T 


10 


27 


45 


27 


17 


B 


TUNSTBAD. 


SI 


81 


19 


48 


119 




14 


4 


18 


7 


8 


82 


66 


48 


» 


48 


Ebpinoham. 


• 


V 


96 


88 


129 




16 


S 


19 


6 


10 


98 


68 


50 


B 


85 


Atlsham. 


li 


18 


U 


98 


59 


_ 


to 


4 


14 


4 


5 


10 


35 


18 


18 


27 


St. Faiths. 


Ul 


188 


US 


141 


571 


17 


71 


40 


U9 


67 


84 


134 


150 


198 


75 


IB 


NOBWICH. 


u 


U 


14 


44 


60 




18 


5 


17 


9 


4 


17 


30 


88 


18 


17 


FOBBBOB. 


IS 


18 


10 


19 


68 




8 


8 


16 


9 


6 


16 


83 


16 


12 


25 


HENtTBAD. 


14 


9 


10 


98 


49 




5 


1 


6 


9 


8 


9 


23 


17 


12 


16 


Blohbld. 


11 


14 


B 


81 


78 




6 


5 


11 


7 


5 


18 


37 


B 


18 


81 


LODDON. 


a 


88 


14 


78 


IS5 




15 


4 


19 


8 


T 


86 


72 


51 


B 


47 


Dbpwadb. 


u 


11 


7 


88 


68 




5 


1 


6 


9 


6 


14 


20 


19 


18 


B 


OniLTCBOtfl. 


u 


18 


M 


88 


60 




4 


5 


9 


10 


8 


18 


83 


16 


10 


B 


Watlamd. 


n 


tt 


80 


80 


148 




18 


6 


84 


7 


7 


90 


76 


44 


81 


56 


MiTFOBD. 


M 


11 


81 


74 


119 




16 


8 


94 


18 


8 


90 


67 


55 


85 


59 


Walsimobam. 


SI 


11 


IS 


50 


105 




5 


T 


11 


19 


8 


13 


51 


55 


85 


M 


DOCBINO. 


u 


• 


IS 


49 


64 




7 


4 


11 


8 


8 


11 


B 


B 


B 


18 


Fbbbbbidob Ltmm. 


a 


IB 


88 


88 


116 




T 


4 


11 


10 


IS 


29 


11 


81 


11 


80 


KiMoa Ltmm. 


a 


9 


94 


60 


119 


8 


10 


5 


15 


6 


7 


2.) 


56 


52 


82 


44 


DOWMHAM. 


15 


18 


8 


51 


68 


5 


9 


5 


14 


10 


10 


Irt 


41 


19 


11 


B 


8WAPPHAM. 


a 


18 


» 


51 


114 


1 


10 


7 


17 


9 


15 


94 


49 


85 


B 


44 


THBTfOBD. 



IIARBIAOES in the Year 18J^9— in Dibtbicts. 



17 
U 
17 
IS 
8 
10 

a 
a 

IS 

u 

M 

IT 

S 

a 
u 
u 

17 
17 



n 

17 
B 
14 
18 
B 
tt 
B 
94 
B 
U 
B 



21 

B 
U 



14 
» 

to 

16 
18 
B 
» 

20 
B 
93 
IT 
16 
S 
16 
7 

18 
18 



61 


114 


5 


IS 


11 


94 


16 


12 


25 


48 


SO 


B 


48 


27 


62 




8 


5 


18 


5 


7 


13 


29 


B 


17 


B 


80 


W 


2 


7 


8 


15 


10 


9 


14 


35 


B 


B 


81 


42 


94 


6 


18 


8 


81 


14 


10 


20 


87 


27 


13 


88 


B 


49 


2 


6 


8 


8 


5 


2 


8 


2C 


19 


15 


15 


19 


52 


8 


8 


2 


10 


5 


3 


8 


B 


B 


14 


90 


45 


100 


1 


15 


T 


22 


8 


6 


18 


89 


84 


B 


B 


B 


97 


5 


IS 


11 


24 


16 


14 


21 


34 


42 


21 


84 


B 


71 


8 


8 


7 


13 


10 


11 


16 


25 


34 


17 


85 


a 


W 


8 


9 


T 


16 


10 


10 


20 


1 ^ 


36 


B 


B 


B 


80 


8 


9 


10 


19 


18 


8 


14 


82 


21 


18 


17 


97 


B 


8 


6 


9 


8 


5 


1 


14 


26 


84 


19 


B 


16 


48 


8 


6 


8 


9 


6 


4 


8 


25 


15 


11 


18 


B 


80 


1 


10 


8 


13 


4 


8 


18 


16 


12 


6 


16 


19 


57 


2 


7 


8 


15 


10 


8 


14 





18 


5 


17 


85 


« 


2 


11 


2 


18 


4 


4 


18 


25 


25 


15 


B 


U 


B 


8 


8 


— 


8 


8 


4 


16 


21 


18 


10 


19 


17 


53 


- 


8 


6 


14 


6 


8 


10 


B 


B 


19 


17 



17.—WILTSHIRE. 

HlOHWOBTB. 

Cbickladb. 
Mauisbubt. 

CHlPrBMUAM. 

Calmb. 

Mablbobouob. 

Devucbs. 

SIelbbbak. 

Bbadpobd. 

Westblbt. 

Wabmimsteb. 

Pew«et. 

AMBSBrBT. 

Aldbbbubt. 
Saliibcbt. 

WiLTOM. 
TiSBCBT. 

Mbbb. 






14 



Abstract ofMarriagegj 1860, 

v.— SOUTH WESTKIN CODNTIE&- 



J>ISTBICT& 



AKXA 

in 
Stetota 
Aotoi* 



o 



Ko. 



960 
S70 
971 
979 

978 
974 

976 
976 
977 
978 



979 
980 
981 



983 
984 
985 
986 

987 



990 
9»1 
999 

993 



997 
998 



800 
801 
809 
808 
804 
806 
806 
807 
808 
809 
810 
811 
819 



818? 

818» 

814 

816 

816 

817 

818 

819 

890 

891 



18.— D0R8ETSRIRB. 

SRAVntBURT- - - - 

STUXMIirSTEE- - - - 

BLAWDFOKO - - - - 

WlMBOftWB - - - - 

POOLl- - - - - - 

WABIHAM - - - - 

WlYMOUTH - - - - 

DoKOBBrraB - - - - 

SHBmBOBinB - - - - 

BBAMINVrBB - - - - 

BEIDPOlit - - - - 



19.— DEVONSHIRE. 



Azmvam - - - 

HomroK h - - ■ 

St. Thomas - - - 

EZETEE - - - - 

Nbwtoh Abbot - - 

TOTKBS - - - - 

KlNOSBEIDOa .,- - 
PlYMPTOK St. Habt 

Pltmouth - - - 

£abt Stonebouu - 

StouDambbbl - - 

Tavi«tock» - - - 

Okbhamptok - - - 

CBKDITOir - - - 

Tivbbtoh - - - 

South Moltow - - 

Babnstapli - - - 

TOBEIKOTOir - - - 

Bidbtobd - - - 

holswobtht - - - 



aO.— CORNWALL. 



Steattoh - - 

GAMKLrOED - - 

Laukobbton - - 

St. OBEMANi - - 

LiSKBABD* - - 

Bodmin - - - 
St. Columb 



St! Austbll 



898 
894 
885 
896 
897 
8S8 



Tbueo 

Falmouth - - - - - 

Helstow ------ 

Rbdeuth- - - - - - 

Pembakcb - - - - - 

SOXLLT IBLABM - - - - 
ai.— SOMERSETSHIRE. 



WlLLlTOir - - 

DULTBETOK - - 

Wbllimotob - - 

Tauktok - - - 

Beidowatbb - - 

LANOrOET - - 

Cbaed - - - 

Tkotil - - - 

WlHCABTOH - - 

Feomb - - - 

SHBPTON MAU.BT 

Wellb - - - 

axbeidob - - 

Glutton - - - 

Bath- - - - 

Kbtnsham - - 
Bedminbtbb 



86,493 
87,474 
67J81 
81,168 
97,098 
96,809 
87,288 
115,889 
40,018 
58,764 
8S4B7 



61,788 

80,867 

180,141 

1,800 

117,896 

96,349 

79,918 

75,589 

1,635 

885 

2,380 

158,567 

126,797 

91,866 

10M61 

198,238 

149,729 

81,479 

68,664 

89,519 



64,406 
61,847 

101,777 
47,148 

107,810 
88,881 
78,688 
67,446 
99,911 
97,906 
79,671 
40,806 
66,009 
8,560 



100,202 
78,727 
60,454 
70,459 
92,278 
50,381 
60,842 
62,151 
66,120 
61,880 
49,667 
64,822 

105^670 
47/)96 
80,321 
83,358 
57,068 



g 



12,986 
10,3»4 
14,827 
17,2.VJ 
18,742 
17,072 
27,328 
24,778 
13,463 
13,087 
16,828 



19,758 
22,729 
48,405 
33,742 
59,063 
32,942 
19r3»4 
90,502 
62,509 
14,843 

50,440 
85,805 
18,580 
20,274 
31,300 
19,900 
86,298 
10,876 
17,790 
9,876 



8,028 
7,784 
17,00.S 
17,631 
38,562 
19,691 
16.754 
88JP7 
43,4170 
93,332 
210,096 
67.178 
64,554 
9331 



19,918 
6/161 
90,480 
85^1 
84,420 
18,077 
25r'S9I 
28,189 
21,500 
23,704 
16,619 
21,889 
36,100 
23,721 
68,836 
21,802 
41,257 






MARRIAOES. 



era 

H 
O 



8 



108 

94 

90 

106 

114 

97 

238 

193 

135 

118 

146 



169 
147 
334 
418 
427 
948 
125 
85 
826 
202 

651 
185 
110 
125 
914 
119 
968 
124 
125 
86 



69 

62 
119 

76 
983 
198 

91 
986 
849 
902 
207 
483 
494 

16 



146 

45 

129 

818 
961 
119 
212 
224 
178 
183 
182 
150 
186 
118 
664 
180 
286 



Aoeording to the RitM ot 
RstiAttshad Chnreh. 



ofthB 



S 



14 
4 
10 
8 
15 
86 
96 
81 
12 
10 



16 

28 
69 
66 
69 
85 
14 
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Thoenbuet - - - - - 
DUKaLBT ------ 

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Nbwxnt - - - - - 

- '*''- -Mviah of CnUtoek (pop. 7090 in 1861) was tran'ferred fhim CaUlngton Sob-diatriet of LUkeerd (308) to the TaTktoek 

Sab-district (290) on 19th OctoW I860. 



MttraU (^ Marriages, 1860. 
IUBRIAQE3 ia the Tew 1860— in Disnticn— conffiitrn/. 



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Abstract ofMarriages^ 1860. 
MARRLA.OES in the Year 1860 — ^in Districts — continued. 



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127 


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87 


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59 


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20 


18 


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19 


81 


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27 


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273 


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61 


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70 


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15 


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75 


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80 


91 


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7 


6 


10 


27 


87 


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sn 


278 


821 


868 


68 


85 


67 


152 


120 


97 


900 


478 


500 


305 


287 


WOLVBBBAMrrOir. 


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109 


108 


110 


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38 


20 


58 


86 


82 


122 


167 


181 


110 


128 


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88 


68 


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79 


87 


291 


296 


446 


238 


266 


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126S 


65 


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149 


187 


287 


549 


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1029 


707 


412 


Dudley. 
06.- WORCESTERSHIRE. 


» 


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163 


454 


20 


87 


25 


62 


45 


76 


169 


247 


297 


194 


156 


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86 


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197 


6 


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12 


88 


18 


17 


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78 


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80 


2 


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5 


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18 


83 


81 


21 


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73 


78 


90 


231 


14 


81 


10 


50 


88 


17 


58 


88 


96 


43 


98 


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86 


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6 


15 


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4 


12 


28 


28 


14 


98 


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8 


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17 


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17 


82 


29 


IS 


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14 


IT 


84 


79 


8 


6 




6 


8 


9 


10 


82 


80 


22 


97 


Pebshobb. 


1* 


4S 


•iS 


68 


156 


8 


14 


7 


21 


10 


4 


86 


00 


58 


2T 


49 


Dboitwich. 


M 


40 


as 


6S 


140 


5 


16 


12 


98 


17 


IT 


48 


65 


88 


50 


48 


Bbomsqbovb. 


137 


181 


189 


m 


622 


28 


59 


20 


79 


48 


26 


183 


110 


167 


56 


165 


KlMOe NOBTON. 

27.— WARWICKSHIRE* 


4M 


847 


851 


674 


1784 


115 


178 


118 


291 


996 


186 


492 


606 


906 


407 


696 


Bibmikohak. 


las 


MS 


218 


287 


673 


40 


78 


48 


126 


88 


64 


213 


1T8 


270 


118 


929 


Aston. 


11 


IS 


12 


20 


48 


8 


4 


— 


4 


8 


4 


13 


14 


11 


6 


18 


Mbbidbw.' 


IT 


18 


IS 


84 


60 


9 


9 


9 


11 


4 


5 


18 


25 


30 


16 


98 


Athbbstonb. 


>l 


94 


19 


38 


71 


9 


19 


5 


24 


T 


11 


24 


87 


49 


25 


86 


Nuneaton. 




27 


21 


46 


97 




11 


6 


17 


6 


21 


84 


48 


78 


40 


41 


FOLBSHILL. 


71 


98 


94 


127 


sao 


10 


82 


21 


58 


81 


37 


95 


72 


149 


50 


191 


COVENTBT. 


II 


24 


83 


55 


122 


6 


11 


5 


16 


11 


8 


19 


28 


SO 


8 


89 


RUOBT. 


13 


19 


23 


33 


81 


8 


3 


1 


4 


4 


5 


14 


20 


27 


15 


93 


Solihull. 


D 


88 


78 


96 


252 


18 


23 


IT 


40 


85 


15 


29 


58 


43 


14 


T3 


Warwick. 


ft - 


81 


M 


45 


105 


1 


18 


9 


16 


4 


10 


20 


29 


80 


15 


99 


8tbatfobi>-ov-Aton. 




83 


n 


48 


86 


1 





4 


18 


5 


6 


23 


40 


86 


21 


34 


Alcbsteb. 


14 


» 


96 


«l 


105 


2 


16 


4 


20 


6 


T 


29 


80 


41 


18 


44 


RntP8TON-ON-STOUB. 


» 


U 


n 


28 


53 


2 


5 




5 


9 


9 


T 


15 


12 


6 


15 


Soutuam. 



B 



Abstract of Marriages, 1860. 

Vn.— NORTH MIDLiSD COUSTIES.- 



KM vBiMlat U UK BUa ■'I 



&■¥&, 



la.-LEICBBTEIlSHIRE. 



UiHcLn' I I I - I 

MUUT BMWOMH - - - 

AsH»r-M-Li-Zooeii - - - 

BIHOW-DTOH-BOU - - - 




iffi^S.ow..« ; : : 


iS! 


90.— aUTUlH D SKt RC. 






K 


30. -LIHOOLNSHIBE. 






■K 






Ok.wtbiu 


iiawe 


Sr ::::;: 






i(«/ies 






KurJltiratB - - - - 

liSir : : : : : 
SS,T;.V..: : : : -■ 




Si: : : ; : : 


68.119 


33.-DEItByEHIIIE. 




£"': : ; : : : 


rajafl 


CflEnuniLD - - - - 
CBirn-iK-u-FuTa - - 


■ES 



VUL— NORTH 1 



TOKICaiSTU)- 
CASHJSE. 



Abstract of Marriages, 1860. 
[ARRIAGES in the Year 1860— in Districts. 



10 



MARBIAOES. 



tcfbterad in tb« Qiurter 
nding the last day of 



s 



CoQtrmeted between 



Of 



I 



Of Penons 

not of 
Full Age. 



I 



Signed the 

MarrUige Register 

withMarlu. 



I 



I 



Cases 

in wiiich 



DIBTRICTS. 



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100 

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49 



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80 
19 
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97 


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28 
S4 
17 
31 
49 
4S 
80 
M 
51 
901 

n 



SO 
90 



47 
43 
31 
4H 
79 
A3 
87 
119 
03 
89 
71 
74 
69 



80 
63 
71 

175 
57 

959 
49 
59 
95 



89 
KM 
180 

48 

149 
84 
20 
55 



77 


1 


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8 


44 




63 




113 




85 




181 




141 




181 




599 


9S 


194 


4 


85 


6 


57 


8 


lie 




133 




112 




124 




260 


18 


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180 




840 


12 


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187 




207 


10 


287 


19 


173 


9 


123 




114 


T 


134 


10 


176 


7 


456 


10 


195 


10 


707 


97 


120 


7 


155 


10 


68 


4 


159 


6 


4*1 


97 


358 


17 


114 


T 


359 


96 


173 


8 


69 


8 


184 


19 



11 

6 
4 

II 
15 
6 
93 
93 
16 
Tl 
90 



37 
13 
12 
15 
25 
24 
11 
4J 
Itf 
28 
83 
95 
23 
13 



18 
9 
23 
64 
31 
109 
10 
29 
19 



94 

71 
37 
10 
85 
19 
5 
14 



4 

9 

3 
8 
1 

12 
8 
8 

43 
6 



3 

5 

4 

11 

13 

9 

9 

93 

8 

9 

13 

13 

11 

5 



7 

3 

8 

83 

16 

51 

5 

7 

3 



4 

18 
7 

21 

13 
8 

19 



15 


5 


6 


13 


23 


8 


5 


9 


17 


96 


4 


9 


9 


7 


11 


14 


4 


18 


26 


84 


93 


9 


11 


27 


47 


T 


6 


5 


84 


94 


85 


17 


80 


61 


78 


81 


19 


96 


43 


43 


94 


9 


14 


88 


39 


118 


68 


76 


138 


134 


96 


10 


10 


19 


27 


7 


11 


8 


11 


13 


T 


5 


4 


13 


16 


20 


5 


7 


27 


97 


18 


8 


4 


28 


45 


16 


10 





99 


81 


96 


15 


6 


89 


47 


38 


26 


19 


62 


55 


33 


16 


6 


41 


61 


20 


18 


13 


SO 


4.'S 


66 


85 


13 


97 


73 


27 


18 





35 


47 


87 


18 


5 


Vi 


44 


46 


93 


9 


50 


63 


37 


24 


16 


66 


78 


38 


90 


8 


*i 


40 


18 


.5 


11 


20 


82 


25 


14 


T 


24 


82 


12 


13 


8 


38 


84 


81 


15 


98 


68 


75 


97 


43 


70 


182 


188 


37 


2C 


94 


06 


65 


100 


78 


09 


158 


233 


15 


12 


4 


27 


33 


29 


17 


12 


87 


40 


15 


7 


^ 


18 


23 


28 


10 


11 


38 


43 


106 


62 


87 


100 


86 


55 


85 


SO 


107 


103 


26 


14 


8 


23 


22 


59 


50 


35 


130 


143 


82 


10 


10 


27 


5«; 


7 


5 


5 


18 


13 


88 


81 


14 


25 


51 



80 
19 
II 
43 
64 
97 
80 
60 
46 
943 
83 



95 
10 



31 
40 
29 
63 
70 
64 
41 
87 
55 
60 
83 
IW 
54 
45 



88 

84 

104 

260 

115 

857 

98 

59 

98 



53 
161 
165 

89 
175 

T9 

96 
198 



^AKWAGES in the Year I860— in Districts. 



i\ 

43 

47 

a» 

u 
Us 

M 



tft 

K 

« 
A4 

II 
Ids 



19 


99 


8 


99 


8 


6 


96 


94 


84 


48 


11 


99 


48 


68 


95 


53 


20 


45 


84 


203 





49 


T 


94 


4 


18 


10 


88 


92 


41 


IS 


87 


34 


42 


27 


77 


88 


40 


18 


50 


29 


103 


27 


48 


19 


66 


80 


74 


48 


99 


85 


44 


18 


41 


15 


40 


10 


48 


58 


73 


183 


182 


47 


86 


179 


232 


13 


34 


98 


52 


11 


99 


96 


42 


45 


157 


76 


116 


13 


85 


91 


135 


37 


61 


10 


19 


43 


93 



28. -LEICESTERSHIRB. 

luttbkwobtb. 
Market Uaiboioooii. 

niLLESOOM. 

Blast, 
iiincklkt. 
Mabkbt Boswobth. 
Abubt-dk-la-Zodch. 

LODaQBOBOUQH. 
BAKKOW-OrOM-SOAB. 

Lkicbstxb. 
Melton Mowbbat. 

09.— RUTUINDSHIRE. 

Oakham. 

UrPIRQHAM. 

30. - LIlfCOLlf BHIRE. 

Stampobd. 

Bourn. 

Spalding. 

lIOLBBACa. 

Boston. 
Slbafobd. 

riBANTHAM. 

Lincoln. 

HORNCAfTUI. 

SPIL8BT. 

LOUTB. 

Caistob. 

Olanpobd Bbioo. 
uain8bobodou. 



31.-NOTTINOHA11SR. 

East Rbtpobo. 

Worksop. 

Mansfikld. 

Baspord. 

Kadfobd. 

nottinoham. 

Southwell. 

Newabk. 

BlNOHAM. 

32.-DERBYSHIRB. 

Sbabdlow. 

Dbrbt. 

Bklpbr. 

Ashborne. 

cuesterfikld. 

Bakbwell. 

CU A PEL-EN-LS-FmiTB. 

Uatpielo. 



90 


991 


889 


914 


83 


99 


66 


165 


08 


87 


or> 


360 


676 


995 


446 


144 


107 


189 


417 


98 


60 


34 


94 


56 


51 


\ti 


180 


954 


9i 


190 


IS 


76 


.TO 


919 


9 


99 


13 


34 


21 


5 


♦) 


67 


87 


45 


64 


48 


89 


4ft 


148 


5 


13 


13 


24 


17 


8 


25 


54 


70 


83 


58 


5S 


<B 


59 


183 


16 


16 


11 


27 


27 


96 


6.5 


88 


112 


62 


71 


« 


71 


«B 


937 


8 


9S 


8 


33 


18 


80 


68 


80 


189 


63 


95 


70 


70 


«S 


256 


10 


95 


11 


36 


91 


91 


64 


99 


190 


67 


85 


184 


144 


187 


515 


98 


«3 


88 


95 


60 


97 


93 


124 


813 


89 


159 


lU 


140 


116 


879 


15 


57 


19 


69 


97 


14 


69 


86 


194 


49 


112 


USB 


1151 


1057 


8293 


983 


864 


984 


698 


517 


947 


902 


1060 


1797 


783 


1901 


vs 


890 


897 


1160 


76 


153 


68 


221 


144 


58 


951 


199 


872 


125 


821 


137 


140 


160 


478 


80 


88 


80 


62 


00 


43 


142 


955 


848 


216 


171 


as 


61 


86 


937 


7 


95 


9 


34 


16 


96 


VI 


95 


127 


78 


76 


IM 


914 


988 


718 


49 


88 


86 


94 


78 


81 


986 


414 


640 


371 


312 


m 


97 


113 


894 


17 


81 


92 


53 


89 


45 


lie 


165 


996 


141 


109 


84 


91 


86 


997 


9 


44 


17 


61 


96 


48 


79 


157 


963 


141 


138 


SIO 


987 


844 


1078 


98 


91 


75 


166 


108 


194 


943 


468 


817 


421 


448 


tw 


119 


944 


r«o 


89 


n 


68 


189 


100 


69 


167 


910 


597 


9U0 


867 



33.- CHESHIRE. 

8TOCKPOBT. 
MACCLBBPtCLD. 

Altbincham. 

UUNCOBN. 

nobthwich. 
Conoleton. 

M AMTWICU 

Obeat Bouohtom (Csonn). 

WlBBALL. • 

34. -LANCASHIRE. 

LiVBBPOOL. 

We«t Dbbbt. 

Pbescot. 

Obmskibk. 

WlOAN. 

Wabbinotow. 

Leigh. 

Bolton. 

BUBT. 



B 9 



20 



Abstract of MarriageSy 1860. 

Vm.— NORTH WESTERN COUNHEa- 



'A 



,1>I8TBIGT8. 



in 
Statate 



MARRIAGES. 



Aooordiiig to the Rites of the 
£stobii«b«d Cboroh. 






Kot aeeordinf to the BitM of tb 
EataUubed Clmreh. 



:5 
g 



InResis- 
teredPlMW. 



III 
III 



I 

11 

CO 



i 

I 






No. 

47U 
471 
47S 
473 
474 
475 
47« 
477 
478 

470 
4M 
481 
48S 
483 
484 
480 
488 



34.-'I.AlfCASHIRE-«oia. 

Baitok-upok-I»weli. - - 
CnoiLTON - - - - - 

8ALPOBD ------ 

MANCHS8TEA- - - - - 

ASOTON ------ 

Oldham ------ 

rochdalb - - - - - 

HASLINaDEV - - - - - 
BUIKLEY ------ 

CLITHSBOB - - - - - 

nLACEBcmir - - - - - 

Choblbt ------ 

PBBSTOir ------ 

Ftlde ------ 

OAB8TAKO - - - - - 

Lanoastbb - - - - - 
Ulvebetonb - - - - - 



33,879 
11,549 
4,880 
12,698 
88,857 
16,878 
40,340 
26/»l 
54,196 

114,897 
48,M9 
52,213 
08,035 
76,397 
62/tl7 
ISR,748 
1S0,(H3 



89,088 

169,579 

ia'S,885 

243,988 

134,753 

111,276 

91,754 

69,781 

75,595 

20,476 
119,942 
41,678 
110;(23 
2.'i,C82 
12,425 
8^207 
35,738 



861 
583 
632 
4767 
1819 
881 
904 
6G9 
779 

174 
1853 

352 
1239 

179 
79 

968 

241 



41 

70 
45 
458 
42 
22 
85 
39 
60 

88 
84 
86 
101 
40 
27 
82 
85 



S88 

223 
844 
8629 
783 
053 
469 
177 
329 

89 

552 

197 

62.<( 

50 

81 

02 

107 



9 


1 


8 


— 


5 


82 


88 


40 


179 


8 


56 


1 


88 


S3 


136 


- 


100 


1 


9 


5 


188 


8 


21 


4 


118 


5 


15 


82 


1 


— 


88 


6 


7 


1 



883 
801 
426 
4168 
1007 
732 
568 
852 
480 

134 
828 
258 
849 
187 
59 
816 
SOU 



48 
962 
20a 
604 
812 
149 
941 
817 
899 

40 
531 
94 
890 
42 
IS 
52 
41 



19 

135 

147 

447 

174 

77 

61 

44 

88 

18 
906 

74 
876 

ao 

11 

14 

8 



SO 

84 

44 

84 

108 

04 

908 

111 

158 

81 

818 

18 

50 



1 

sa 

7 



a 

15 
58 

SS 
8 

78 
163 
111 

1 
118 

2 
88 

S 

1 

14 
85 



IX^YORKSHIRE- 



487 

488 

489 

490 

491 

498a 

4926 

408e 

498 

484 

405 

496 

497 

498 

499 

500 

501 

502 

503 

8D4a 

5045 

505 

508 
507 
508 
509 
510 
5U 
512 
518 
514 

515 
516 
»IT 
818 
519 
520 
521 
522 
528 
884 



585 
596 
587 
598 
589 
530 
581 
589 
583 
534 
585 
536 
537 
538 
589 



S5.— WEST RIDING. 

Sbdbbboh - - - - - 

Settlb ------ 

Bkiptov ------ 

Patelbt Bbidoi - - - 
RiroN ------ 

ObEAT OU0EBUBV - - - 

Knabesbobouoh - - - 
Wbtiibbbt - - - - - 

Otlet ------ 

KXIOHLST- - - - - , - 

TODMOBDBir - - - - - 

Saddlewobtr - - - - 

HUDDEBSnSLD - - - - 

Halifax ------ 

BBADrOBD - - - - - 
HCNtLBT ------ 

Leeds- ------ 

Dewsbubt - - - - - 

Wakefield - - - - - 

pontefbact - - - - - 

Hemswobth - - - - - 

BABlVfLBT - - - - - 

WOBTLET - - - - - 

ECCLBSALL BiBBLOW - - - 
SHSFFIBLD - - - - - 

ROTBEBHAX - - - - - 

DONCASTEB - - - - - 

TUOBNB ------ 

OOOLB ------ 

Selbt ------ 

Tadcastbb - - - - - 

36.-E. BIDIlf O (uN'a York) 
TOBK _----_ 

POCKLTHOTOII - - - - - 

HOWDBN ------ 

BETEBLBT - - - - - 

soulcoatbe - - - - - 

Hull ------- 

Patbihotow - - - - - 

Bkiblaugh - - - - - 

Dbxffield - - - - - 

Bbidlinotoiv - - _ - - 

37.- -NORTH BIDING. 
Scabbobouoh - - - - 

Malton ------ 

Easihowold - - - - - 

TaiBSK --.---- 

Helmslet - - - - - 

PiCBSBIMO - - - - - 

Whitbt ------ 

OtnsBBOtroB - - - - - 

Btoreslet - - - - - 

NOBTBALLXBTOIf - - - - 

Bbdalb ------ 

Letbdric ------ 

ASEHIOO ------ 

ItBKTn ------ 

KtCUMOITD - - - - . 



52,888 
154,591 
150,105 
74,275 
70,590 
51,808 
89,948 
22,367 
75,588 
46,058 

86,920 
18,280 
66,560 
51,784 
40,834 
39,921 
2,100 
94,456 
40,140 
66,135 
83^70 

35,878 
85,790 
80,800 
10,590 
50,591 
109,031 
71,946 
404K)8 
56/>14 
76411 

88,430 

107/{3« 

72,253 

78,434 

45,084 

1,827 

88,878 

87,028 

105,114 

67,984 



81,460 
118,407 
63,609 
62,444 
131,516 
88,062 
90;J7l 
96,802 
79,345 
68,342 
4V88 
84,918 
77,308 
7U,2C7 
78,509 



4,391 
12,328 
28,761 

9,534 
15,742 
11,534 
17,176 

5,123 
99,513 
45,704 

81,113 

18,631 

131,336 

128,673 

196,475 

109,958 

117J566 

92,883 

53/)21 

34,704 

7J93 

45,797 
38,511 
68,618 
188,951 
44,350 
39,388 
16/)11 
I5,l5,t 
16,001 
19,919 

594>C8 
16,710 
15/101 
21,029 
51,9.58 
58.AS8 
9/Wl 
9/154 
19,2*26 
14371 



80,425 

23,483 
10,148 
12,209 
11,852 
10/,49 

21M28 

10,381 

12,174 

8,650 

10,10.5 

5/149 

0,196 

13,457 



44 

83 
855 

51 
132 

01 
151 

34 
232» 
826 

167 
123 

IIJW 

1336 

1970 

581 

1712 

lOOO 

445 

853 

40 

400 
225 
815 
1961 
889 
298 

99 
100 

98 
129 

614 

95 

122 

161 

589 

683 

42 

42 

156 

133 



877 

167 

78 

87 

72 

85 

205 

153 

64 

102 

57 

03 

8l> 

38 

9C 



12 
39 
84 
5 
88 
17 
48 
12 
82 
88 

10 

9 

53 

59 

64 

85 

128 

54 

53 

96 

9 

85 
17 
18 
181 
81 
68 
88 
18 
S3 
81 

155 
80 
88 
46 
82 

186 

7 

8 

88 

48 



53 
43 
89 
28 
81 
86 
53 
SO 
88 
88 
22 
16 
9 
8 
20 



81 

43 

158 

80 

61 

38 

51 

17 

114 

151 

114 

80 

788 

919 

1611 



19 

13 
43 

7 
17 
T7 
79 
81 



874 


17 


120.5 


82 


535 


880 


969 


85 


156 


11 


80 


9 


887 


55 


184 


4 


170 


4 


1051 


91 


895 


1 


179 


- 


64 


- 


65 


- 


50 


1 


68 


- 


880 


5 


40 


- 


88 


- 


»4 


— 


885 


90 


468 


9 


83 




22 


— 


83 


2 


71 


— 


144 


. 


97 


— 


45 


— 


S3 


9 


84 


— 


88 


— 


67 


88 


75 


- 


32 




87 


- 


SO 


— 


a5 


1 


25 


8 


30 


- 


39 


4 







8 

IS 



17 
8 
2 
7 
1 

S6 

18 

7 

1 

18 
2 

4 

7 

1 
6 
8 

a 

80 



8 

6 

6 



8 

4 

8 
13 
80 
1 
4 
S 
5 



34 

T5 
199 

85 
108 

49 
118 

SO 
163 
815 

182 

106 

933 

1059 

1C98 

433 

1367 

809 

883 

211 

88 

869 

217 

189 

1793 

381 

248 

98 

84 

80 

107 

448 

80 
100 
130 
490 
608 
48 
86 
188 
180 



908 

140 
76 
67 
65 
72 
165 
135 
55 
74 
55 
57 
37 
38 
76 



10 

8 

56 

16 
M 
12 
83 

4 

89 

Ul 

85 

90 

285 

S77 

278 

148 

845 

191 

92 

42 

8 

SI 

8 

86 

168 

58 

7 
18 
18 
28 

178 
15 
88 
81 
99 
80 

6 
84 
13 



Tl 

8 

90 

T 

13 

40 

18 

9 

88 

2 



8 

90 





5 


8 


8 


3 


16 


9 


5 


- 


8 


_ 


— 


4 


18 


— 


_ 


3 


IS 


IS 


98 


- 


19 


3 


4 


10 


156 


87 


146 


97 


134 


— 


85 


TO 


88 


40 


81 


11 


84 


10 


10 


- 


1 


IS 


5 


— 


6 
80 



87 
16 

4 



5 
U 

80 

a 

18 

ao 






7 
4 
1 
8 
1 

11 



1 





CS 
85 
20 

7 
15 

4 
1 

58 


5 

4 
SO 
38 

8 
17 

8 



83 
5 

4 

6 
18 
81 



4 

8 

37 

8 

16 

18 

17 

4 

54 
70 

1< 
11 
St 
94 
41 

lis 

76 
70 
27 
83 
1 

18 

a 

6 
17 

r 



1 

9 

10 

78 
4 
4 
87 
40 
48 

8 

17 

I 



29 

18 

1 

14 

*1 

8 
18 
< 
21 
3 
5 
2 



. I 



•I 



- I 



- I 

:| 

i 



• Inelvdee one widower who married • woman dlToned. 



Abstract of Marriages^ 1860. 

M.VRRIAGES in the Year 1860— in Distbicts— cow/inweA 



21 



MABSTAQES. 



Bdpntered in tb« Qoiuter 
eodlag the lut day of 



o 






B 

b 






Contracted botwoen 



It 






1 






Of 



I 



Of rewons 

not of 
Fall Age. 



I 



Signed the 
Triage Rec' 
with Mark 



Marriage Register 
'ifarkfl. 



S 



s 

a 

o 



Caiea 

in whioli 



*5 



DI8TBICTS. 



K 

105 
IM 
10« 
376 
Wl 

m 

184 

ai 

» 

« 
ft 

37 



90 


flO 


116 


315 


10 


190 


14S 


las 


472 


14 


161 


101 


156 


519 


SI 


IStf 


UM 


1285 


37)}2 


905 


as 


S50 


349 


1090 


4S 


807 


248 


24U 


708 


40 


SS 


218 


237 


7S2 


36 


Ktr 


149 


180 


.130 


19 


1«6 


204 


22U 


<t3l 


36 


tf 


94 


.18 


146 


4 


SIC 


83d 


419 


1118 


83 


B5 


72 


105 


\m 


6 


325 


S98 


SS5 


1013 


52 


4S 


ST 


48 


147 


A 


11 


19 


19 


87 


S 


87 


MO 


79 


220 


6 


67 


63 


74 


200 


13 



88 
56 
45 
479 
117 
80 
83 
60 
83 

90 
115 

98 
105 

92 
7 

25 

91 



18 


56 


98 


49 


84 


119 


916 


100 


128 


21 


77 


35 


34 


105 


79 


194 


64 


145 


47 


92 


68 


63 


149 


171 


865 


147 


249 


301 


780 


506 


388 


1112 


960 


9419 


800 


1799 


70 


187 


112 


68 


183 


417 


824 


866 


509 


58 


138 


98 


76 


912 


330 


596 


301 


824 


53 


136 


89 


69 


186 


2(]5 


541 


228 


350 


51 


111 


70 


78 


123 


225 


380 


169 


967 


30 


122 


65 


96 


199 


950 


519 


217 


835 


4 


94 


8 


10 


26 


35 


77 


99 


68 


87 


209 


190 


178 


824 


482 


948 


447 


586 


10 


38 


16 


94 


81 


135 


223 


121 


116 


69 


174 


121 


149 


945 


457 


859 


410 


496 


4 


96 


10 


14 


30 


4d 


67 


34 


47 


5 


19 


8 


1 


7 


15 


96 


11 


19 


11 


36 


17 


15 


41 


46 


89 


99 


77 


7 


98 


90 


13 


45 


58 


75 


29 


75 



34. -LANCASHIRE— c<ml. 

BAftTOlV-ITFOir-IftWEU. 

Choklton. 

Balford. 

Mancubstxb. 

A0UTON. 

Oldham. 

rochdalk. 

Uaslinodkw. 

BURNLKT. 
CLrTHBKOB. 

BLACKvrmN. 
Ohorckt. 
Preston. 
Ftlde. 

OARSTAirO. 

Lancaster. ' 

Ulvsritonb. 



MARRIAGES in the Year 1860— in Districts. 



































35.— WEST RXDIXffO. 


% 


13 


9 


14 


41 


.. 


3 


^ 


8 


„ 


3 


19 


5 


11 


8 


10 


SSDBBROB. 


s 


24 


15 


29 


70 


4 


7 


9 


9 


6 


1 


13 


21 


91 


11 


90 


SSTTUt. 


54 


55 


63 


83 


914 


7 


25 


9 


84 


16 


U 


50 


56 


114 


49 


86 


Skiptow. 


10 


16 


14 


11 


41 




4 


4 


8 





5 


6 


10 


90 


7 


16 


Patilbt Bbumsb. 


» 


as 


29 


41 


106 


9 


17 


7 


94 


9 


3 


19 


91 


34 


19 


81 


BiPON. 


U 


11 


10 


27 


50 


3 


6 


9 


8 


5 


2 


10 


19 


14 


4 


18 


Qrbat Ousbbdrw. 


a 


O 


42 


48 


124 


4 


18 


fl 


93 


9 


3 


13 


17 


99 


8 


30 


Knarbsborodou. 


4 


4 


7 


19 


29 


. 


4 


1 


5 


1 




7 


3 


8 


3 


5 


Wbtubrbt. 


CI 


•4 


47 


60 


185 


6 


25 


16 


41 


22 


U 


46 


89 


78 


20 


65 


Otlet. 


;» 


88 


79 


96 


284 


3 


93 


16 


89 


19 


92 


51 


86 


176 


68 


126 


KEiaHLBT. 


» 


» 


40 


50 


146 


3 


16 


9 


18 


5 


20 


38 


52 


115 


44 


79 


ToDSCORDBir. 


9 


SO 


39 


18 


101 


2 


U 


12 


93 


14 


9 


21 


20 


61 


18 


45 


Saddlbwobth. 


SM 


816 


.tis 


328 


1027 


99 


90 


52 


143 


81 


69 


935 


234 


505 


189 


465 


HUDOBRSFIRLD. 


3» 


» 


310 


399 


1095 


83 


190 


88 


908 


131 


103 


296 


iM4 


678 


284 


454 


Halifax. 


40 


400 


437 


575 


1608 


47 


204 


111 


815 


158 


138 


415 


539 


1123 


466 


730 


Rradpord. 


a 


IS 


148 


210 


475 


12 


58 


36 


94 


48 


51 


170 


131 


941 


90 


199 


II0N8LBT. 


49 


417 


416 


450 


1351 


88 


165 


108 


973 


196 


147 


447 


374 


754 


294 


540 


LKED0. 


ai 


239 


248 


306 


832 


98 


90 


50 


140 


78 


118 


298 


803 


620 


255 


419 


Dbworurt. 


]« 


106 


117 


117 


377 


10 


44 


14 


58 


24 


44 


116 


120 


188 


86 


131 


Wabbfibld. 


fS 


« 


37 


96 


903 


14 


93 


9 


81 


93 


13 


39 


00 


108 


60 


60 


Pontbfbact. 


s 


15 


8 


11 


80 


1 


6 


8 


9 


4 


1 


5 


10 


7 


8 


11 


Hbmswortu. 


n 


101 


86 


131 


893 


25 


26 


96 


52 


51 


55 


147 


148 


217 


106 


149 


Barkslbt. 


m 


Al 


59 


74 


190 


7 


19 


9 


28 


10 


8 


57 


03. 


87 


42 


66 


WOBTLBT. 


41 


54 


59 


61 


179 


8 


10 





28 


17 


93 


74 


43 


77 


31 


58 


KCCLBSAU. BlERLOW. 


413 


4M 


464 


601 


1605 


93 


153 


JIO 


2fl3 


2U8 


178 


6^4 


514 


859 


343 


687 


Hhbffield. 


m 


101 


82 


117 


294 


99 


49 


24 


73 


46 


96 


101 


112 


168 


78 


119 


ROTHSBUAU. 


70 


62 


48 


118 


947 


16 


98 


7 


85 


93 


9 


58 


46 


64 


20 


70 


I>ONCA8T£B. 


a 


19 


19 


30 


80 


4 


10 


5 


15 


9 


5 


16 


22 


81 


11 


81 


TlIORNB. 


14 


19 


22 


45 


81 


8 


9 


7 


16 


10 


6 


29 


83 


37 


99 


96 


GOOLB. 


19 


10 


92 


37 


83 


3 


7 


5 


12 


8 


9 


20 


33 


29 


18 


96 


8BX.BT. 


SI 


83 


27 


45 


106 


5 


IS 


3 


16 


8 


9 


19 


35 


32 


19 


99 


Tadcaitbr. 

36.— E. BID lit (wif* Ynk}, 


140 


150 


138 


186 


488 


96 


76 


94 


100 


50 


18 


108 


89 


148 


66 


125 


YORB. 


a 


17 


10 


40 


83 


9 


7 


3 


10 


5 


3 


17 


23 


80 


15 


93 


POCKLINOTOV. 


a 


88 


16 


44 


118 


2 


6 


1 


7 


8 


19 


32 


40 


40 


97 


96 


HOWDBN. 


a 


40 


89 


58 


139 


7 


11 


4 


15 


11 


11 


32 


22 


39 


11 


89 


Bbvbblbt. 


19 


147 


112 


191 


474 


80 


56 


99 


85 


59 


47 


146 


90 


179 


09 


144 


SCDLCOATBS. 


IM 


170 


154 


196 


5?6 


43 


67 


48 


115 


90 


88 


148 


100 


236 


57 


919 


Uuxx. 


11 


U 


7 


18 


34 


1 


7 




7 


1 


3 


8 


10 


11 


3 


15 


Patrinotov. 


IS 


9 


• 

5 


15 


39 


8 


4 


3 


7 


6 




7 


7 


8 


1 


18 


Sbirlauoh. 


a 


84 


23 


53 


134 


7 


9 


6 


15 


13 


13 


37 


28 


48 


16 


44 


Driffibld. 


a 


82 


98 


47 


109 


6 


18 


7 


95 


13 


6 


29 


28 


41 


19 


40 


BRISLUIOTOir. 
37.— NORTH RIDING. 


« 


54 


68 


109 


939 


10 


24 


11 


85 


91 


11 


60 


04 


80 


34 


M 


SCARBOROUOS. 


a 


46 


96 


60 


143 





11 


7 


18 


13 


10 


94 


41 


44 


19 


47 


MaIiTON. 


» 


IB 


15 


95 


04 


3 


1 


4 


11 


7 


9 


12 


18 


91 


9 


91 


Easinowold. 


17 


80 


15 


95 


71 




9 


7 


10 


7 


4 


11 


IT 


99 


U 


17 


Thtrsk. 


14 


17 


12 


99 


•4 


1 


6 


1 


7 


9 


4 


17 


14 


18 


9 


14 


Hbt.mw.bt. 


10 


19 


17 


80 


70 


1 


8 


C 


14 


7 


1 


13 


15 


90 


A 


19 


PlCBBRINO. 


43 


4S 


46 


71 


161 


14 


23 


7 


30 


91 


19 


44 


27 


67 


19 


4S 


Whitbt. 


a 


50 


83 


45 


125 


8 


18 


9 


20 


10 


7 


32 


39 


46 


99 


84 


OUISRROUOK. 


11 


21 


9 


93 


56 


1 


7 




7 


1 


9 


13 


15 


11 


8 


10 


8TOBB8LBT. 


u 


42 


16 


26 


91 


1 


T 


's 


10 


4 


8 


16 


14 


23 


8 


91 


NOBTDAIXBRTOM. 


1] 


21 


9 


10 


46 




9 


9 


11 


9 


1 


7 


f 





4 


8 


Bed ALB. 


M 


11 


13 


94 


53 


"9 


9 




9 


9 


9 





9 


8 


9 


18 


Lbtburn. 


4 


10 


4 


21 


86 


1 


1 


1 


9 


2 


8 


5 


3 


9 


9 


8 


Abbrioq. 


1 


13 


7 


13 


33 


1 


1 


3 


4 


4 


3 


8 


8 


17 


4 


17 


Bretu. 


S 


85 


14 


20 


70 


3 


29 


1 


23 


4 


8 


15 


19 


99 


7 


90 


BlOHMOKO. 



22 



Abstract of Marriages^ 1860. 



X— NORTHERN COUNTIES^ 



DIBTBICTS. 



in 
statute 
Acres. 



o 



I 



HABRIAQES. 



AocoTding to the Bites of the 
EstobUslied Gboreh. 






Not aeoonUnf to tbe BhM tf Ifai 
EstiiblShedCliiith. 



H 

O 
H 



InBecis- 
tredPiMei. 



^ — * 
tereii 




I . 



Ho. 

540 

Mia 

541fr 

M9 

MS 

644 

H5 

648 

M7 

M8 

M9 

MO 

661 



669 
668 
iH 
666 
668 
66T 
608 
6» 
680 
661 
689 
688 



684 

I 686 
688 

687 
688 

669 
670 
671 
679 



678 
674 
676 



38.— DURHAM. 

DAELIlVOTOir - - - - - 

Stockton _ - - - - 

Habtlkpool - - - - - 

Auckland - - - - - 

tsssdalb - - - - - 

Wbakdali - - - - - 

DUBHAM ------ 

EA81NOT0N - - - - - 

Hocohton-lb^Spbino - - 

Chbsteb-lb-Stbbbt - - - 

sondbbland - - . . - 

South Shiklm - - - - 

Oatbshbad - - - - - 

39.— NORTHUMBESLD. 

Nbwcastlb-upon-Ttns - - 
Ttnbmouth - - - - - 

Caitlb Wabd - - - - 

Hbxbam ------ 

Haltwhutlb - - - - 

Bbllinoham - . - - - 
MOBPBTH ------ 

Alnwick ------ 

BSLPOBD ------ 

Bbbwick ------ 

Olbndalb . . - - - 
bothbubt - - - - - 

40.— CUWBBRLAND. 

Albton ------ 

Pbnbith ------ 

Bbampton - - - - - 

LONGTOWM - - - - - 

Cablislb ------ 

WlOTON ------ 

COCUCBMOUTH - . - - 
WHITBHAVXN- - - - - 

BOOTLB ------ 

41.— WESTMORLAND. 

EAtTWABD - - - - - 
WliTWABD - - - - - 
SLBNDAL ------ 



89^9 
101^'i8 
26,860 
68,908 
174,169 
MV»8 
96,868 
88,498 
16,909 
88,079 
11,944 
16,477 
95,948 



7,109 
89,737 
88,587 

198,568 
83,8C1 

2S5,H6l 
95,499 
98,936 
41,758 
67,976 

149,306 

159,168 



86,060 

181,238 

95,478 

86,871 

70310 

176,599 

156,095 

90,908 

100,068 



1774)10 
120,528 
189434 



96,199 


924 


67fm 


654 


29,158 


962 


50,481 


442 


20,880 


1&1 


16,418 


117 


70,974 


511 


27,293 


910 


21,773 


167 


27,660 


117 


90,704 


913 


44349 


863 


60,409 


420 


110,968 


1846 


77,955 


58.') 


144M3 


40 


31350 


183 


639» 


39 


7/)60 


28 


24,003 


110 


21/>53 


115 


6,9C0 


29 


21362 


143 


13,211 


62 


7.147 


29 


6,404 


62 


92322 


121 


10366 


66 


10,469 


57 


44320 


tm 


93,273 


15( 


41,292 


306 


89,050 


840 


5380 


86 


15,411 


91 


8,072 


51 


87,463 


988 



88 


51 


73 


207 


37 


121 


98 


155 


29 


52 


19 


46 


50 


286 


90 


147 


15 


124 


7 


80 


98 


548 


32 


276 


29 


215 


179 


986 


62 


388 


6 


81 


38 


68 


20 


15 


12 


10 


92 


88 


90 


49 


5 


IS 


7 


11 


6 


18 


9 


11 


19 


98 


67 


90 


19 


8 


94 


96 


78 


49 


68 


32 


99 


84 


80 


30 


17 


18 


89 


47 


98 


13 


90 


108 



3S 
88 

8 
37 

7 

7 
10 
11 

1 

60 
9 
6 



19 
8 



10 
1 
1 
1 

18 

"s 

91 

9 
1 
2 

8 



1 
9 

7 

8 

92 

42 

1 



1 

1 

40 



3 
20 

91 



4 




182 
319 
167 
221 
104 

72 
999 
199 
140 

96 
697 
312 
257 



1187 
443 
87 
109 
85 
22 
66 
62 
18 
18 
93 
91 



87 

78 

29 

50 

129 

101 

218 

173 

86 



84 

49 

244 



92 

985 
95 

221 
61 
45 

219 
11 
97 
19 

216 
51 

172 



459 

142 

8 

74 

4 

8 

44 

68 

11 

115 

89 

8 



15 

48 

87 

7 

940 
63 
88 

167 



7 

9 

41 



39 
50 
97 
83 
11 
5 
64 
10 
17 
17 
06 
18 
63 



118 
61 



1 

4 
10 



8 
S 

1 



94 

4 
14 
61 



11 
38 
56 
10 
9 
6 
16 



46 

16 
U 



81 
45 

7 
9 
4 
7 

9S 

3 

19 

17 

3 



16 

7 

9 

16 
1 

6 
14 



8 

11 



47 

isa 

IS 
41 

34 

I3i 

1 

4 
I 

100 

r 
i« 



276 

44 

8 

60 
I 

1 

tt 
17 

8 

100 

10 

4 



86 
85 
7 
199 
47 
69 

lea 



1 

9 

11 



. I 



XL— MONMOUTHSHIRE xxd WALES- 



678 
67T 
678 
679 
680 



681 

681 

688 

684 

686a 

685^ 



688 

687 
688 
689 



690 
691 
691 



698 
694 

006 



♦^.-MONMOUTHSHIRE. 
CBBPfTOW - - - - - 

Monmouth - - - - - 
Abbboaybnnt - - - - 
ponttpool - - - - - 
Nbwfobt ------ 

43.— SOUTH WALES. 

QLAMOBGANSHIBE. 

Cabditf ------ 

Mbbthtb TTDrXL - - - 
Bkioobnd - - - - - 

Kbatb ------ 

SWANfBA ------ 

GOWBB - - - - - - 

CABHAETHENSHIBE. 

Llanzllt - - - - - 
i1.andotbbt - - - - - 

LLANDILOPAWB - - - - 
CABMABTHBN- - - - - 

PEMBB0KE8HIBB. 

Kabbbbth - - - - - 
Pxmbbokji - - - - - 

HATBBrOBOWUT - - - - 

CABDIOAN8HIBE. 
Cabbioan - - - - - 

NKWCArrLK-IN-EMLTN - - 
LAMPXTXB ----- 



81386 


17341 


98 




10 


70 




7 


98 


6 




101,791 


8O344 


»»7 


— 


16 


90 


1 


85 


148 


64 


1 


88476 


67,091! 


589 


- 


82 


111 


4 


40 


287 


801 


14 


51,429 


80,288 


8r»i 


— 


14 


151 


11 


1 


187 


117 


13 


U0356 


61,412 


460 


" 


M 


201 






156 


»)4 


82 


117,797 


74376 


656 




79 


181 


9 


8 


151 


404 


74 


112388 


107405 


9.52 


- 


81 


244 


18 


- 


288 


664 


67 


109,511 


28,46.'5 


224 


- 


87 


134 


- 


1 


173 


51 


4 


162317 


58333 


434 


— 


44 


210 


1 


9 


264 


170 


- 


44466 


51300 


588 


— 


118 


261 


1 


- 


375 


168 


80 


69308 


8316 


M 


•" 


14 


19 


^ 


9 


41 


14 


■" 


78,451 


17379 


110 


. 


94 


86 


. 


„ 


UO 


100 


^ 


1M379 


14J^75 


111 


— 


15 


43 


- 


3 


61 


50 


- 


97307 


17322 


103 


- 


4 


71 


7 


- 


82 


11 


- 


172348 


86375 


S86 


*■ 


41 


108 


8 


n 


178 


118 


6 


II43O8 


21344 


130 




17 


58 


4 


u 


91 


80 


^^ 


70376 


29.003 


368 


— 


46 


107 


14 


3 


180 


88 


8 


170361 


87348 


200 


— 


61 


67 


17 


7 


159 


108 


^ 


S.'t.lSl 


ISy'A'-, 


10.J 


. 


sr, 


34 




. 


69 


86 


^ 


115;M6 


10^*8 1 


143 ; 


— 


13 


62 


8 


9 


84 


.'.0 


- 


76,710 


' 9394 


b\)\ 


- 


6 


34 


- 


- 


89 


10 


• 



6 

61 

248 

88 

71 



146 
836 

40 

» 

67 

8 



98 
4S 
90 
88 



SO 
17 
84 



86 







— 


- 


40 


- 


66 


- 


100 




186 


• 


SflO 


- 


7 


- 


141 


- 


75 


- 


6 




1 


^ 



7 

1 

M 



9 

68 
74 



fO 

- 



Mitract of Marriages^ I860. 
MABBIAGES in the Year 1860— in Distbiots. 



23 



MABRIAOES. 



: B«siM«rtd In th« Qnarter 
* endiiif tU kit dky of 



5 



Contracttd between 



if 

li 
I 



& 



S! 



li 



Of 



Of Pewoni 

not of 
FuU Age. 



6 



Signed the 

Marriage R«;bter 

with Mark*. 



I 



Caaes 
in which 



jd 



•2 

I 

S 
o 



DI8TBICT8. 



41 
117 

a 

HJ7 
S3 
19 

119 
61 

a 

31 

I «: 

93 



338 
14S 

4 
29 

9 

3 
19 
S 

5 
34 
13 
10 



» 
7 
12 
71 
¥> 
CO 
61 
I 



13 



Tl 


47 


138 


133 


63 


70 


lOi* 


98 


09 


25 


38 


17 


119 


107 


52 


40 


«1 


S) 


33 


23 


302 


230 


89 


88 


103 


97 


4S3 


ajtt 


la 


1*^ 


15 


9 


08 


47 


a 


8 


9 


8 


40 


18 


33 


37 


9 


9 


43 


36 


S3 


10 


< 


5 


19 


6 


39 


31 


14 


15 


18 


9 


n 


84 


41 


25 


88 


&5 


99 


T5 


13 


8 


is 


» 


13 


18 


U 


72 



65 

147 

6S 

187 

88 

43 

101 

57 

M 

SI 

255 

101 

133 



4«l 

140 

12 

41 

11 

83 
S3 


41 
15 

8 



9 

83 

8<) 

18 

133 

48 

105 

105 

8 



SI 

IH 
W) 



183 
455 
216 
8A5 
182 
lOi 
415 
174 
187 
95 
740 
303 
333 



1351 

480 

152 
3M 
27 

101 

105 
25 

128 
50 

at 



48 
99 
/iO 
53 

am 

132 

2i'i0 

285 

31 



74 
44 

337 



6 


23 


36 


44 


14 


21 


SO 


Z!i 


8 


20 


2 


5 


8S 


86 


9 


9 


6 


13 


7 


8 


53 


71 


17 


2.'i 


23 


40 


80 


138 


29 


46 


• 


3 


3 


23 


- 


1 




— 




6 




7 




2 




13 


2 


- 


•■ 


2 


3 


1 


7 


13 


1 


C 


— 


5 


18 


33 


6 


11 


12 


27 


16 


27 


3 


7 


I 





18 


28 



13 
29 
11 
22 

5 
G 
33 
18 
12 
7 
50 
IJ) 
33 



77 

30 

1 

5 



14 

5 

7 

13 

2 



7 
10 



36 
78 
33 
57 
2.5 
11 
68 
27 
24 
15 
121 
44 
73 



215 

76 

4 

28 

1 

7 

2 
14 
1 
3 



1 
15 

6 

6 
47 
16 
34 
39 

3 



14 
6 

88 



19 

25 
42 
13 
8 
CO 
27 
18 
14 
102 
36 
56 



1.'57 

59 

1 

8 

1 
3 
3 
2 
2 
3 
1 



8 
9 
1 

S3 
11 
19 
23 
2 



10 

1 

23 



11 
26 
21 
49 
9 
8 
41 
90 
13 
10 
79 
15 
26 



44 

40 
2 
8 

1 
4 

4 

1 

15 



S 
2 

5 
19 

7 

17 
17 

1 



1 

1 

31 



43 
ISO 

76 
161 

27 

28 
149 

e.> 

52 

80 

38H 

OU 

91» 



218 

117 

f» 

22 
6 
5 

19 

21 
1 

34 
4 
1 



9 
10 

8 
12 
67 
10 
49 
(U 

6 



17 

7 

48 



48 

184 
45 

144 
S3 
36 

167 
59 
63 
46 

20^ 
76 

115 



298 

112 

4 

85 

8 

3 

16 





8 
11 

7 

9 

65 

XI 

68 

100 

5 



5 

7 

52 



70 
207 

88 
315 

47 

40 
257 
122 

88 

358 
153 
185 



546 
242 

6 
47 
12 

4 
23 
20 

9 
16 

8 

1 



19 

14 

23 

15 

l:>o 

41 

111 

141 

10 



12 

4 
SO 



35 
87 
83 

102 
18 
15 

119 
46 
49 
85 

154 
45 
94 



220 
85 
3 
14 
1 
2 
8 
6 



8 
4 

4 
5 
52 
13 
51 
80 
3 



8 
1 

31 



48 

157 

67 

155 

43 

86 

186 

89 

53 

38 

852 

1S8 

112 



404 
184 

4 
44 
12 

3 
« 
17 

2 
13 

3 

2 



11 
17 
83 
14 
91 
88 
77 
81 
11 



11 

9 

70 



38.— DURHAM. 

Dablinqtov. 

Stockton. 

Hartlepool. 

Auckland. 

Teksdalk. 

Weardalb. 

DUBBAM. 

Rasinoton. 

ilOCO HTON-LK-SPBINa . 

C B ester-le-Stkkkt. 
Sunderland. 
South SHiRLDt. 
Gateshead. 

39. NORTHUMBERLAlfD. 

Newcartlb-upon-Timk. 
Ttnemodth. 
Cahtle Wabd. 
Hexham. 

IlALTWUiaTLE. 

Hbllinoham. 

MUBPETU. 

Alnwick. 

liELFORD. 

Berwick. 

Olbndale. 

rotiibubt. 

40.— CUMBERLAND. 

Alston. 

Penritq. 

Hrampton. 

lonotowm. 

Carlisle. 

WlOTON. 
COCKERMOUTU. 
WUITEUAYBN. 
BOOTLB. 

41.— WESTMORUiND. 

East Ward. 
West Wabd. 
Kendal. 



MARRIAGES in the Year I860— in Distbicts. 



19 


17 


4« 


fi« 


133 


160 


0) 


80 


Ul 


U» 


134 


183 


319 


846 


43 


77 


ft* 


114 


m 


m 


J 


13 


41 


48 



23 

34 

87 






33 

38 



90 
20 
45 



57 



21 

38 



ul 10 



84 

51 
1.S0 

66 
100 



I5S 
32S 
36 
US 
186 
9 



5B 
83 
23 
50 



38 
62 



17 

85 

T 



38 
54 

167 

98 

130 



186 

864 

63 

120 

141 

28 



6.> 

36 

S6 

124 



52 

87 



84 
03 
31 



81 
176 
484 
250 
889 



888 
768 
194 
863 
444 
58 



180 
94 
82 

838 



114 

2?7 
20G 



89 

131 

50 



8 


9 


5 


14 


8 


5 


^ 


96 


SO 


18 


80 


11 


16 


4 


20 


15 





87 1 


W 


55 


80 


67 


87 


85 


33 


68 


70 


80 


136 , 


S20 


3(iy 


260 


199 


19 


83 


12 


85 


81 


17 


78 


145 


IHI 


106 


110 


31 


43 


17 


CO 


48 


J« 


94 1 


140 


183 


91 


141 


41 


68 


25 


87 


66 


48 


184 . 


220 


328 


166 


816 


60 


71 


W 


124 


113 


fO 


2S4 


483 


716 


430 


330 


10 


13 


8 


20 


18 


16 


^ \ 


100 


124 


76 


72 


16 


85 


20 


55 


86 


SO 


97 1 


194 


289 


161 


161 


80 


81 


27 


08 


68 


80 


99 


165 


2I¥J 


136 


189 


— 


4 




4 


— 


4 


7 


11 


25 


9 


18 


4 


21 


5 


28 


9 


27 


46 


73 


134 


62 


8S 


2 


13 


2 


15 


4 


8 


l.'J 


38 


71 


82 


45 


5 


18 


4 


16 


9 


7 


13 


31 


65 


29 


38 


19 


28 


8 


36 


20 


13 


24 


91 


167 


74 


110 


8 


8 


5 


l.T 


8 


10 


11 


no 


74 


S2 


49 


13 


Irt 


12 


2H 


25 


8 


2% 


(VH 


113 


47 


87 


14 


87 


3 


40 


17 


21 


25 


71 


96 


46 


75 


3 


, 9 


4 


18 


7 


4 


3 


19 


48 


16 


.^5 


1 


20 


1 


81 


8 


7 


18 


31 


97 


25 


78 


3 


5 


1 


6 


4 


8 


5 


21 


43 


19 


26 



42.— MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

Chepstow. 

Monmouth. 

Aberqavenitt. 

ponttpool. 

Newport. 

43.— SOUTH WALES. 

GLAMORGANSHIRE. 

Cardiff. 
Merthtb Ttdfil. 
Bridgend. 
Neatu. 
Swansea. 

Go WEB. 

CABMARTHEHSHIRE. 

Llamkllt. 
Llandovebt. 
Llandilofawb. 
Cabmabthen. 

PEMBROKESHIRE. 

Nabbbbth. 
Pembroke. 
Haverfordwest. 

CARDIGANSHIRE. 

Cardigan. 

Newcastlb-im-Emltm. 

Lampbteb. 



24 



Abstract of Marriages^ I860. 



XL— MONMOUTHSHTRB akd WAUSa- 



DISTRICTS. 



in 
SUtnta 
Aem. 



No. 

507 
596 



509 
flOO 
601 
609 



606 
604 
606 



606 
607 
606 
600 



610 



611 
(lis 
613 
614 



615 

ei6 

617 
616 



619 
030 
6Z1 
628 



61S* 



43. SOX7TH WALES ctmt. 

CABDIQAKSHIRE-ciMtf. 

Abseatbon --.--. 
abebt8tw1tb - - - . 
Tbtcaxon - . - - . 

BBECKNOCKSHIRE. 

BniLTH ------ 

Bbbcknock - - - - . 

Cbiokbowsll - - - . 
Hat ------. 

SADNORSHIBE. 

PBEtTBTOMB ----- 

Kniohton ----- 
Bhatadbe ----- 



44.— NORTH WALES. 

MONTGOMEBYSHIRE. 



Machtnllsth 
Nbwtowm 

IfONTOOMEBT 
liLAMFYLLIM 



FLIKTSHIBE. 

HoiiTWILL - - - - 

DEKBIOnSUIRE. 
Wbxxhak - - - - 

BUTIIIN - - - - - 

St. Asaph - - - - 
Llambwbt . - - - 

MEBIONETHSUIBE. 
COBWXN - - - - - 

Bala - - - - - - 

doix2bllt - - - _ 
fsstihioo « - - - 

CABNABYOMSHIBE. 

PWI.LRELI - - - . 

CABNA&VOM - - - - 

Baboob - - - - 

CORWAT - - - - - 

AlCGLESEY. 
Anolbsbt - - - - 



65^04 
ISi^JOS 
122^ 



102^ 

196,798 

58,602 

89,695 



104,963 

97,498 

105,582 



116^7 

189/»7 

74,087 

187370 



89,479 



78JS98 

99,858 

98,934 

100/»1 



188,807 

58,292 

145,213 

138,714 



96,819 

97,635 

106,280 

57,131 



128,062 



18,540 
85,464 
10,787 



8,806 
17,279 
88,457 
10319 



15371 

10379 

6316 



12305 
83,738 
19397 
21399 



393U 



47375 
10383 
273I8 
12,770 



16407 

6352 

12,482 

18,289 



2O3O8 
82,42.5 
86309 
13396 



88A57 



108 

178 

60 



48 
142 
148 

94 



103 

78 
46 



78 
188 
190 
185 



848 



873 

84 

18G 

78 



94 

4A 

U 

112 



134 
252 

280 
92 



243 



MARRIAGES. 



Aooordlng to the Bites of tita 
EotabUfhed Cbnroh. 



18 

86 

8 



7 
81 

7 
89 



88 
23 
11 



16 
84 
88 

88 



88 



31 
11 
24 
14 



17 

8 

21 

21 



42 

♦ 57 
63 
26 



84 



48 
76 
28 



19 
46 
43 
65 



54 
53 
18 



18 
56 
65 
41 



133 



802 
88 
88 
15 



36 

9 

18 

80 



18 
43 
47 
84 



127 



9 

28 
13 



6 



1 
40 

8 



8 

1 

17 

1 



7 
6 



4 
84 
81 

4 



6 
T 
1 



1 
14 



6 
10 
12 

1 



8 

8 

15 

1 



NotaeoordinfftotheRitaiortke ' 
Established ChBiclu • 



i 



63 

140 

50 



84 

80 
51 
77 



81 
75 
48 



85 

185 

88 

03 



173 



242 
45 
92 
81 



60 
13 
41 
47 



66 
186 
156 

C5 



217 



80 
88 
10 



14 
68 
97 

17 



81 
8 
8 



38 

53 
37 
43 



75 



181 
89 
94 

47 



84 
88 
84 
65 



68 
116 
180 

87 



96 



InBegls. 
teredFlaoei. k 



S 

1^ 



all 
III 

o 



80 


- 


14 


24 


8 


7 


14 




88 


22 


88 


9 


16 


1 


17 


4 


2 


1 


S 


- 



99 
42 

88 
99 



53 



87 
11 
93 
16 



81 
81 
18 
49 



86 
24 
84 
83 



83 



9 

11 

9 

3 



17 



89 

98 

31 



8 

1 

16 

16 



83 
99 
93 

4 



• The number of Diiitricts is increaMd to 631 by the formii- 
tion of the follnwioe new districU: Mile End Old Town (246), 
Palrerton (3186), Whiteborch, Salop (868 6), Great Oascbum, 



(492 a), WetherbT (492c), Hcmsworth (5016), Hartlepool (tah), 
and Gower (5856). 



Abstract of Marriages, I860. 
MABRIA6ES in th« Year 1860— m DiBTBiors—coii^tiMc^d: 



25 



MABBIAGES. 



Bcciftcred iatheQnArter 
eodiiiff th« last oay of 



i 



Contraetod between 



h 
fl 






Of 



S 
I 



Of Penons 

not of 
Full Age. 



i 



s 

J 



signed tbe 

JTMgeRM ' 

with Marl 



Marriage RMdflter 
~faru. 



s 



Caiec 
in which 



DI8TBICT8. 



n 
fit 
u 



10 

9 

r 
i» 



a 

13 
I 



as 



u 
u 



17 

4 

II 

M 



ro 

SI 

1$ 



» 



94 

89 
U 



17 

4S 
83 






a 
as 

49 



70 



ts 

29 



M 
9i 
35 



•S 
S5 

S 



67 



S7 
9 



4 

95 

ao 

91 



91 
It 

8 



10 
49 

91 
14 



51 



SO 
18 

38 
11 



90 
10 
18 
18 



90 
48 
M 
19 



SO 



tr 


79 


8 


18 


4 


17 


60 


147 


7 


14 


10 


94 


96 


59 


9 


6 




6 


17 


47 






1 


1 


48 


191 


6 


18 


9 


15 


39 


196 


4 


11 


7 


18 


99 


78 


9 


18 


6 


19 


96 


81 


4 


18 


4 


17 


18 


67 


5 


4 


9 


6 


10 


40 


1 


4 


1 


5 


18 


60 


8 


9 


1 


10 


45 


163 


7 


lli 


3 


18 


81 


96 


5 


10 


9 


19 


39 


117 


1 


13 


4 


17 


n 


196 


19 


29 


19 


41 


113 


806 


17 


99 


91 


50 


96 


68 


9 


11 


3 


14 


55 


152 


6 


16 


19 


28 


99 


68 


8 


4 


3 


7 


81 


80 


1 


6 


7 


18 


11 


81 


9 


10 


2 


19 


91 


M 


1 


19 


3 


15 


tl 


9i 


3 


19 


8 


15 


37 


111 


8 


14 


6 


90 


09 


909 


5 


39 


IS 


45 


85 


996 


9 


34 


17 


51 


89 


70 


8 


9 


1 


10 


76 


904 


4 


M 


9 


85 















10 

17 

9 



1 

8 

11 

8 



4 
10 
14 

5 



81 



88 
5 

18 
6 




18 
9ii 

4 



13 



4 


T 


14 


7 


19 


63 




8 


91 




6 


19 


9 


19 


49 


8 


80 


73 


1 


6 


99 


4 


10 


95 


1 


11 


96 


1 


2 


19 




5 


98 


8 


81 


56 


4 


21 


43 


3 


8 


59 


18 


87 


110 


29 


75 


184 


1 


6 


41 


4 


6 


86 


8 





28 


2 


10 


36 


• 


2 


11 


3 


7 


94 


4 


11 


84 


4 


18 


48 


14 


19 


103 


14 


95 


101 


5 


7 


28 


16 


98 


94 



54 

113 

41 



90 
78 
90 
29 



40 
89 
18 



88 

107 

46 

50 



141 



45 

09 

48 



38 
98 
88 
06 



89 
149 
151 

34 



137 



11 
54 

19 



10 
86 
59 
16 



18 

18 

7 



46 
87 
91 



13 
50 
54 
96 



99 
99 
11 



17 
48 
28 
40 



89 



145 
98 
60 
99 



24 
10 
91 
95 



36 

88 
76 
16 



78 



88 
67 
43 
81 



87 



117 
80 
65 
89 



96 
14 
15 
50 



58 

86 

100 

30 



75 



43.- SOUTH WALEB-coiU. 
CARDIOAlJSUlRE-coiUmMd. 

ABIBATSOir. 

Abkbystwitb. 
Tbeqabow. 

DBECKNOCKSUJR£. 
BUILTB. 

Bbboemock. 

Cbickjiowbll. 

Hat. 

HADNORSHIUE. 

Pbbstbiomi. 

Rkiqbtom. 

Bbataduu 

44.~lfORTH WALES. 
H0NTG0M£BYS11IK£. 

Macbtnllbtu. 
Newtowh. 
hontqomxbt. 
LLAMrTUJir. 

FLINTSUIIiE. 

HOLTWXLL. 

DENBIGUSHIBIS, 

Wbbxbax. 
Rdtuim. 
8t. Asapb. 
Llambwst. 

MERIONKTUSIllBE . 

COBWXV. 

Bala. 

dolokllt. 

Fb«txnioo. 

CABNARVOKSlUnji. 

PWLLBSLI. 

(UBMAByoW. 

BAMOOB. 

CONWAT. 

AKCLESEY. 

AMGLBfET. 



26 



Ages of Persons Married in I860. 



AoES OF 212,770 Persons who were married in ENOLAin) in thb Year I860. 

The Total Number of Marriages solemnized in England in the Year 1860 was 170,156; the precise 

Ages of both Parties were specified in 106,385 instances.* 





Ages of 106,385 Men and 106,385 Women married 


in England in 


the Year 1860. 








IS- 
IS 


16- 

2 

216 


17- 18- 19- 


90- 

i 


21- 


25- 

27050 
20816 


30- 

10775 
8094 


S5- 

5479 
4358 


40- 

3814 
2894 


45- 

2205 
1675 


50- 

1622 
888 


55- 

1096 
478 


eo- 

785 
246 


65- 

278 
78 


70-75- 

130 36 
94 5 


10 
1 


TutiL 


Hon - - 
Women - 


1 
42 562 

11G7 4278 

1 


2371 

8268 


6287 
11727 


43876 
41100 


106^ 
IQBJBS 



Ages of 88,146 Bachelors and 88,146 Spinsters married in I860. 





15- 
16 


10- 

2 
213 


17- 

42 
1143 


18- 


19- 


90- 


21- 


25- 


80- 


85- 


40- 


45- 


50- 


55- 


60- 


65- 


70-T5- 


80- ToUl. 


Bftchelon 
Spinster* 


558 
4193 


2365 
8094 


6225 
11402 


427n 
38911 


24304 
17278 


7555 
4597 


2536 
1522 


1128 
519 


404 
184 


166 
63 


61 
18 


27 
6 


10 
9 


2 - 

1 - 


- 88,146 

- 8$^14S 



•' 






Ages of 13,953 Widowers and 9,338 Widows mamed in 


1860. 












15- 


16- 


17- 

l 


18- 
2 


19- 
4 


20- 

5 
34 


91- 


25- 

1560 
1412 


30- 85- 


40- 

2241 
1510 


45- 

1709 

1087 


50- 

1845 
099 


55- 

987 

400 


60- 

680 
222 


65- 

9S9 

72 


70- 

125 
98 


75- 

85 
5 


so- 
lo 

1 


TotaL 


Widowen 
Widow* - 


S52 

439 


2824 
1760 


2868 
1667 


9m 











Ages of 106,385 Husbands and their Wives, in combination 


in 1860. 










AGES OF WIVES. 


• 




Yean. 


15- 

2 
2 
8 
8 
1 

1 

1 

18 


16- 

8 
15 
27 

39 

82 

88 

8 

8 

1 
216 


17- 

1 

12 

79 

188 

191 

.-»41 

187 

27 

5 

4 

1 

1167 


18- 

10 

183 

513 

75.1 

2122 

544 

108 

80 

6 

a 
'l 

I 


19- 


20- 


91- 


25- 


80- 


35- 


40- 


45- 

l 

19 

51 

126 

274 

4.'i6 

332 

2.'4» 

115 

89 

18 

5 

1675 


50- 

1 

8 
1 

18 

28 

85 

132 

280 

173 

144 

43 

26 

8 

2 

938 


56- 


80- 


65- 

3 

2 

4 

4 

19 

31 

10 

8 

2 

78 


70- 

1 
6 
7 
5 
3 
2 

24 


75- 

2 
8 

5 


80- 

l 




Q 

S 

O 

00 

» 

< 


ri5- 

10- 
17- 
18- 
19- 
20- 
21- 
25- 
30- 
85- 
40- 
45- 
50- 
55- 
60- 
05- 
70- 
75- 
[80- 


1 

8 
111 

734 

1523 

4512 

1<K)5 

213 

45 

10 

4 

2 

4 

1 


1 

71 

420 

1(U3 

7042 

2(H) 1 

403 

88 

39 

10 

5 

1 
1 
2 


7 

83 

4h2 

1811 

X»99 

11423 

2674 

706 

220 

60 

25 

11 

5 

2 

1 


1 

17 
42 

287 

5211 

9228 

37.VJ 

1408 

631) 

180 

78 

8.5 

21 

10 

3 


2 

9 

25 

62(1 

1978 

2537 

1421 

8.V» 

Ota 

169 

69 

41 

7 

2 


~1 

~8 
107 
442 

7:'6 

1179 

Oil 

521 

2.10 

111 

52 

14 

4 

2 


2 
23 
110 
228 
482 
849 
524 
383 
19^1 

lot 

83 

10 

2 


1 

9 

8 

17 

SO 

80 

144 

119 

51 

95 

5 

9 

478 


i 

3 

4 

10 

28 

40 

103 

85 

22 

3 

9 

246 


2 
49 

562 

2;t7i 

64f«7 

4aji)76 

27,0.-/> 

10^75 

.%479 

3^14 

2^.»5 

l.rt22 

1,026 

735 

273 

130 

36 

10 


15-1 

16- 

17- 

Ih- 
19- 
JD- 
21- 
25- 
30- 

40- 
43- 
50- 
56- 

60- 
65- 
70- 

75- 
80- . 


• 

< 

■ a 

o 

« 

< 




106^ 


HnUiid*. 


Total 


Wirea 


4278 


8283 


11727 


41109 


20816 


8094 


43.>8 


2894 


1 


106,385 


WlT«S. 



The Table read vtrticdUy shows the number of Wivc$ at ench nzo, with the iij^es of their Hatbands when married :— Thus 
or 11,727 Wivt» of the age 20 and under 21 years One married a Husband aged 17; ^even^y-one married Unsbands afed 18; 
Four hundred ami twenty married bUHUnnds njfcd 19 years, *c. 

l(ca«t horizontally the Table shows tlio number ot IlusbancU at each atro. with the ajtes of their Wires when married :— Thoi". 
Of 6,287 Ilusbandfl of the ago of 20 and imder 21 years T%co married Wives t^ed 15 ; Thirtif-nine married Wives ajted 
16 years, fto. 









Ages of 88,146 Bachelors and 88,146 Spinsters who Intermarried 


in ] 


I860. 








AOES OF SPINSTERS. 




• 

ll 

"1 




Y«u«. 


15- 

2 
2 

7 
3 

1 

1 

10 


16- 

8 
15 
27 
39 
82 
88 

2 

1 

218 


IT- 

l 

12 

79 

189 

191 

.■>39 

154 

24 

2 

I 

I 

114.". 


18- 


19- 


20- 


91- 


25- 


80- 


85- 


40- 


45- 

1 
3 
9 

2!) 

43 
(57 
27 
11 
3 

184 


50- 

* 

1 

5 


11 
15 

8 

1 
3 

53 


55- 

1 
1 

4 

6 

4 
1 
1 

18 


60- 

1 

9 
2 




85- 

1 
1 

9 


70- 
1 


75- 


80- 




o 

fa 

o 

CO 

< 


ris- 

16- 
17- 

18- 
19- 
20- 
21- 
2.-5- 
80- 
85- 
40- 
45- 
60- 
56- 
60- 
65- 
70- 
75- 
.80- 


10 
188 
510 

7.'>4 

2101 

516 

88 

20 

3 

9 

4J03 


'l 

8 
111 

7M 

1520 

4473 

1036 

173 

84 

3 

1 


"l 

70 

420 

1041 

0990 

1881 

323 

54 

16 

2 

1 

/_ 
11102 


7 

R3 

479 

1797 

2;i223 

10714 

2(»8(» 

407 

15 
9 

1 
1 

5»91l 


1 

15 

40 

261 

4821 

82a 

'2Hi\7 

752 

220 

40 

16 

5 

2 

2 

17273 


1 

8 

17 

400 

141U 

1.-90 

0.^7 

21»6 

88 

28 

6 

9 

1 

4^.97 


"l 

3 

57 

227 

3.'»0 

478 

2.VI 

102 

82 

15 

3 


1 

3( 

68 
1(N) 

im 

74 
34 

7 
7 

1 
I 


9 

42 

6.%8 

9,305 

6.S25 

42,771 

24,SlM 

7AW 

2,526 

1,138 

4(H 

166 

61 

27 

10 

2 


15-1 

16- 

17- 

18- 

19- 

20- 

21- 

25- 

«•- 

55- 

40- 

45- 

50- 

«- 

60- 

65- 

70- 

T5- 

80- J 


3D 

2 

• 

< 

' a 

< 




88,146 


Baobekn. 


Spini 


kal ) 
Iters 


8091 


i:,'22 


519 


1 


- 


Spiofi 


Kn. 



-- "-Si^i O^VntS. -'^V'?..!^ i'*' "*-«t.*^'' '^r.'nl"Ai^*° *""*** *n ^y *»»« OtMciatlng Minister or by the Begi.lrmr of 
^s^.#r -f J*?™" ^^- '"" ^Po."- Mmor," " Under ARe," as the case may bo; thu losing the addiyooal means of 
Uon afforded by a precise statement of the afeo ol persoua at the time of marriage. ^^ --amviw* umm* 



-Ag^ ofPersom Married in I860, 



27 



Agbs of 4,386 Bachelors and 4,280 Widows who intennarried in 1860. 







AGES OP WIDOWS. 


1| 






Tfut. 


16- 


16- 


17- 


18- 


19- 


90- 


91- 


95- 


80- 


86- 


40- 


46- 

» 

11 

80 

41 

81 

61 

39 

5 

5 

1 

1 

968 


60- 

1 

1 

1 

6 

16 

20 

96 

25 

9 

8 

116 


65- 

10 
36 


60- 

1 

1 
8 
9 

4 

6 
1 


86- 


70- 


75- 


80- 

1 
1 




i 
s 

SI 

o 
« 

H 


ri5- 

16- 
17- 
18- 
19- 
20- 
21- 
«- 
80- 
55- 
40- 
46- 
60- 
65- 
60- 
65- 
70- 
75- 
.80- 


- 


- 


1 
1 — 


i 
i 


1 
3 


1 

2 
12 
12 

4 


19 
l&S 
115 

48 
8 


'9 

9 

26 

823 

450 

101 

58 

20 

6 


'1 

1 

8 

UO 

8C2 

331 

138 

57 

16 

6 

2 

2 


6 

49 

168 

180 

307 

112 

24 

7 


9 

16 

66 

100 

125 

137 

43 

24 

5 

6 


1 

9 

8 


1 
1 


'4 

6 

57 

758 

1,186 

896 

685 

445 

182 

111 

28 

28 

1 

8 

1 


lS-1 

16- 

17- 

18- 

19- 

20- 

21- 

25- 

30- 

85- 

40- 

45- 

50- 

53- 

60- 

65- 

70- 

75- 

80-. 


• 

so 
M 

% 

U 

% 




4,286 


Bachelors. 


Tot 
Widfi 




- 


- 


1 


9 


4 


31 


r9 


\filt 


\fm 


761 


523 


17 


6 


4,286 


Widowi. 



A0B8 of 5,052 Widowers and 5,052 Widows who intermarried in 1860. 









AGES OF WIDOWS. 








if 

t^2 








1 














% 


















Yeori. 


15- 


16- 


17- 


18- 


19- 


90- 


21- 


95- 


30- 


85- 


40- 


45- 


60- 


66- 


60- 


65- 


70- 


75- 


80- 


^ 




fl6- 


_ 


.. 


_ 


M 


- 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


- 


. 


16-1 






16- 


. 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16- 






17- 


^ 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


- 


— 


17- 


• 




18- 
19- 


- 


— 


— 


" 


— 


^ 


— 


«. 


^ 


— 


: 


: 


— 


— 


— 


^ 


: 


^ 


— 


: 


18- 
19- 




90- 


^ 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


— 


— 


. 


•> 


— 


- 


- 


> 


- 


— 


- 


90- 


^ 


21- 


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„ 


_ 


. 


_ 


— 


10 


7 


2 


I 


— 


. 


— 


— 


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a. 


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90 


21- 


1? 




96- 


^ 


— 


_ 


. 


— 


1 


14 


74 


56 


24 


6 


8 


- 


- 


• 


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. 


— 


177 


25- 


5 


30- 


« 


— 


•• 


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— 


1 


18 


101 


188 


101 


89 


8 


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- 


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- 


- 


458 


30- 


3 


fc i 


35- 


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_ 


_ 


— 


— 


_ 


12 


82 


1K2 


224 


122 


47 


10 


1 


9 


2 


- 


- 


— 


684 


35- 


' ^ 


40- 


^ 


^ 


^ 


. 


_ 


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4 


46 


140 


252 


302 


114 


86 


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— 


— 


U04 


40- 




g 


45- 


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— 


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20 


73 


158 


993 


230 


76 


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— 


— 


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— 


8()5 


46- 


t 


50— 


^ 


.. 


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_ 


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— 


4 


81 


88 


160 


184 


191 


60 


18 


1 


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— 


727 


60- 


u 

< 


55- 


^ 


_ 


. 


_ 


^ 


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1 


1 


14 


37 


80 


144 


118 


111 


36 


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- 


547 


66- 


< 


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Ml 


_ 


^ 


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. 


mm 


— 


8 


6 


20 


47 


56 


101 


92 


85 


18 


6 


_ 


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483 


60- 


65- 


_ 


a. 


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1 


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23 


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43 


S3 


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181 


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— 


94 


75- 






.80- 






' 


















819 


9 

583 


2 


9 


1 


9 


6 




9 


80- J 






6,059 


Widowcrt. 


Tol 
Wide 




- 


- 


- 


8 


60 


340 


699 


906 


967 


864 


205 


66 


22 


- 


6,069 


Widows. 



AoES of 8,901 Widowers and 8,901 Spinsters who intermarried in 1860. 





^■" 










AGES OP spinsters. 




Total 
Widowera. 






























Tcan. 


16- 


15- 


17- 


18- 


19- 


90- 


91- 


95- 


80- 


86- 


«-| 


46- 


60-|65-'fl0- 


85- 


70- 


76- 'ao- 

1 


- 




rii- 


s 


. 


_ 


- 




— 


— 


— 


. 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


_ 


. 


« 


16-1 






16- 


« 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


- 


16- 






17- 
18- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


•• 


^^ 


. 


^ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


. 


_ 


• 


^ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


~ 


17- 
18- 


• 

CO 


19- 


_ 


^ 


. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


— 


• 


— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


— 


— 


— 


mm 


« 


19- 


« 


91)- 
21- 


1 


- 


9 


1 
90 


9 

86 


40 


9 

168 


60 


6 


~ 


^ 


~ 


^ 


^ 


^ 


^ 


~ 


• 


~ 


6 
882 


90- 
21- 






a 

M 


25- 




. 


19 


98 


59 


104 


580 


443 


126 


93 


6 


9 


- 


- 


- 


• - 


- 


- 


— 


1,883 


25- 




80- 




9 


8 


19 


40 


76 


683 


624 


428 


110 


91 


4 


1 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 


1,866 


30- 


A 


b 


35- 




1 


8 


10 


11 


34 


979 


521 


449 


970 


85 


18 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


_ 


1,681 


35- 


H 




40- 






a 


3 


7 


98 


121 


253 


862 


993 


224 


86 


12 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


. 


1,337 


40- 


P" 





45- 


_ 


^ 






3 


8 


44 


115 


187 


242 


1»4 


98 


90 


8 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


904 


46- 


h* 


50- 


1 


^ 


^ 


_ 


9 


4 


16 


68 


94 


123 


175 


89 


49 


6 




_ 


— 


— 


« 


618 


50- 





'Ji 


66- 




^ 


^ 


1 


4 




9 


29 


47 


50 


108 


79 


88 


90 




_ 


• 


. 


_ 


390 


55- 


00 


60- 


_ 


,^ 


^, 




1 


1 


4 


19 


39 


29 


44 


61 


39 


16 


11 


— 


- 


_ 


_ 


247 


60- 


u 


•■mm* 


65- 


^ 


M 


^ 


_ 






9 


6 


6 


9 


90 


16 


14 


7 




1 


_ 


— 


_ 


81 


65- 





70- 


^ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


9 


1 


8 


2 


8 


8 


9 


9 


6 




1 


- 


- 


— 


42 


70- 


•< 




76- 


_ 


^ 


^ 


1 


_ 




- 


— 


— 


9 


1 


3 


1 


2 


— 


1 


— 


- 


- 


11 


75- 






[80- 
























404 


186 






1 








1 


80- J 






8,901 


WMowerf. 


TkH 

SptM 


ten ) 


2 


8 


ss 


83 


165 


991 


IJfiO 


9481 


1,787 


1,160 


805 


00 


19 


4 


- 


- 


- 


8,901 


Spinntcrs. 



SEHKSHIBE 

UI.-SOVTU HIDL&ND. 
MIDDLESEX (n- netrnp. 
HERTFOBDBHIRE - 
BUCKINOHAMSRITtE 
OXFORDEBIRB - ■ 
MO RTKAH PTOKBHIRE 
HUNTI N an D It B H t RE 
BEDFORDSHIRB - 
CAMS BIDOES HI BE 

rv.— BASTBRN. 

ESSEX - - - - 
SUFrOLX - . - . 
NOBFOLK - - - 



sM,m 


~.» 


14^ 


em 


4040 


3188 


3020 


218 


228 


at«i 


1» 




iiefiu 


isaxi 


o*s 


U2£ 


seoe 


!»» 


2853 


118 


118 


1001 


ITO 




1!S,14S 


m.«2 


IDH 


BOSS 


s«s 


2973 


2S80 


197 


102 


1717 


ITIS 




4M,610 


H7,»)T 


1055 


ise7 


£ftl2 


S5M 


EJSl 


178 


144 


1409 


UM 




«nsm 


171 .sm 


1M3 


KM 


3360 


ssos 


2897 


£38 


100 


17» 


iK 




esijis 


ai^78 


19M 


sa« 


«09 


i300 


3008 


233 


238 


2431 


MJ3 




aMi,3«j 


09,137 


U7 


2000 


1108 


1028 


97* 


« 


42 


001 


Bi 




30S.366 


1M,47B 


1112 


«T34 


issi 


M31 


2303 


107 


187 


1421 


1* 




sn,m 


181.680 


is;* 


insg 


8307 


3000 


2861 


2m 


108 


17M 


,» 




Be3,«3 


m.m 


M!7 


um 


7018 


B1S« 


803S 


3SD 


330 


3008 


Ma 




WO.Ufi 


sK.m 


8S31 


10788 


6813 


KtS 


3240 


468 


4U 


33a 


tat 




1J0»^1 


K7Ma 


3174 


11031 


amt 


6M1 


8000 


778 


am 


40W 


tii 




ICC I.ut o! 




ti^i'l 


^^;a 


^'S 


ss 


■Ss 




S 


BOlls 


tbircx 





Abstract ofMarriagesj Births, and Deaths^ 1860. 



29 



MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, and DEATHS registered in the Year 1860— <?on/mM«/. 







Aa£A 

in 
SUtnle 
Aerci. 


i 

% 

o 

1 


1 


rOTAL 


1 


BlATBt. 






1 






1 


Ineludlnff 

lUeffitimate 

iTirths. 


IDegithiMte 
Blrtlu. 


DSATBi. 


3 


REQISTBATION COUNTIES. 


• 

so 
O 


• 

03 
H 


DEATHS. 


> 


" ^^^ ^^ ^tm^ ^ ^^n*^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^^ >^ ^0 A V ^k ^kAv^^V 


• 

1 


• 


• 

J 


• 


• 

8 

3 


• 


^3 

11 

U 


17 


V.-SOUTH WESTERN. 


























WILTSHIRE - - - 


777,453 


236,027 


1645 


7395 


4733 


8761 


3614 


266 


237 


2369 


2364 


2662 


18 


DORSETSHIRE - - 


G15,783 


182,193 


1434 


5793 


3400 


2967 


2826 


191 


203 


1721 


1679 


2393 


19 


DEVONSHIRE - - 


1,627379 


589385 


4063 


17735 


11606 


9069 


8666 


537 


501 


6843 


5763 


6129 


ao 


CORNWALL - - - 


889,263 


364,848 


2790 


12282 


7425 


6293 


5989 


832 


837 


3685 


3740 


4857 


81 


SOMERSETSHIRE - 
VI.-WE8T illDLAJO). 


1,083,282 


463,261 


8448 


14138 


9092 


7154 


6984 


443 


447 


4445 


4647 


5046 


92 


GLOUCESTE RS HIRE - 


716,046 


4».535 


3968 


13797 


8617 


7011 


6786 


361 


388 


4255 


4362 


5180 


S3 


HEREFORDSHIRE - 


425;»0 


106,796 


731 


3153 


2026 


1622 


1581 


143 


134 


1052 


974 


1127 


M 


SHROPSHIRE • - - 


924/S76 


260,409 


1827 


8148 


6474 


4219 


3929 


410 


372 


2827 


2647 


2674 


as 


STAFFORDSHIRE - 


756.017 


769A11 


6918 


31538 


16611 


16147 


15391 


068 


914 


8621 


7990 


14927 


M 


WORCESTERSHIRE - 


434,076 


294,953 


2547 


10011 


6480 


6131 


4880 


322 


323 


2812 


2668 


4531 


S7 


WARWICKSHIRE - 

VIL-NOETH MIDLAND. 


609,938 


561,334 


4717 


20661 


11335 


10474 


10087 


572 


527 


5795 


5540 


9226 


98 


LEICESTERSHIRE - 


535.346 


243,648 


1945 


8463 


4776 


4315 


4148 


844 


318 


2440 


2336 


3687 


99 


RUTLANDSHIRE - - 


107,728 


23,479 


165 


778 


451 


• 388 


390 


30 


30 


219 


232 


327 


30 


LINCOLNSHIRE - - 


1,739,312 


4(^,138 


3004 


13329 


7820 


6735 


6594 


559 


009 


4009 


Tvsll 


5500 


31 


ROTTINOHAZHSHIRE 


599,791 


323,789 


2648 


11918 


6600 


6120 


5798 


664 


524 


3306 


3294 


5318 


39 


DERBYSHIRE - - 

Vni.-NORTH WESTERN. 


558,620 


298,874 


2322 


10239 


6115 


5267 


4072 


388 


874 


3084 


8031 


4124 


33 


CHESHIRE - - - . 


680,836 


470,174 


8979 


16081 


10146 


8087 


7994 


606 


601 


6160 


4086 


6935 


34 


LANCASHIRE - - - 
DL-YORK. 


1,819,391 


2,465,366 


25005 


89507 


57732 


45854 


43663 


2915 


2772 


29639 


28093 


31775 


3S 


WEST RIDING - - 


1,705,912 


1,529,948 


14111 


5<;'j: . 


35755 


29150 


27803 


1974 


1887 


18044 


17711 


21200 


36 


EAST RIDING {wUkYorh) 


717,662 


274,484 


2687 


9354 


5971 


480$ 


4546 


363 


857 


3015 


2956 


3383 


37 


NORTH RIDING - - 
X.-NORTHERN. 


1,231,062 


211,109 


1583 


7177 


4242 


3682 


3495 


337 


304 


2144 


2098 


2985 


38 


DURRAIS - - . - 


754,183 


542,125 


4474 


21782 


11116 


11244 


10538 


606 


570 


5720 


6396 


10666 


39 


NORTHUMBERLAND 


1,219,299 


343,025 


3000 


11931 


7543 


6001 


6840 


446 


485 


8912 


3631 


4388 


40 


CUMBERLAND - - 


1,001,273 


205,276 


1501 


6716 


4595 


S347 


8369 


408 


407 


2257 


2338 


2121 


41 


WESTMORXJIND - - 
XL-WELSH. 

1 


487,667 


60,946 


430 


1975 


1199 


999 


976 


92 


117 


618 


581 


776 


43 


MONMOUTHSHIRE - 


432,906 


196,977 


1658 


7201 


8968 


8091 


3510 


176 


176 


2075 


1893 


8233 


43 


SOUTH WALES - - 


2,S16,599 


609,722 


5533 


24815 


14648 


12646 


12170 


825 


808 


7484 


71M 


10167 


44 


NORTH WALES - - 


1,969,083 


410,185 


2818 


12440 


9238 


6375 


6065 


466 


400 


4655 


4583 


3202 



30 



Abstract of Maniagts^ Births, and Deaths, 1860. 



L— LONDON.— MAERIAGE8, BIRTHS, and DEATHS, 1860— Districm. 



Ko. 
1 

a 

8 

4 

S 

« 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 

18 

14 

15 

10 

IT 

18 

19 

SO 

81 

82 

83 

S4a 

Sib 

85 



96 
87 
88 
89 
80 
81 
89 
88 
84 



85 

80 



DISTBIOTB.* 



AXSA 

in 
Statute 
Aorcf • 



MIDDLESEX (partqf). 

KXHSINQTON ------- 

Chklsca -------- 

St. Gsorob Hahovbe-«quabb - - 

WE8TM1N»TEB ------- 

St. MAETIK-m-THB-FlELDi - - - 

St. James WEaTMiKfTE* - - - - 

Maktlebonk ------- 

Hamivtbad ------- 

Paivcbas -------- 

ISLIMOTOIf -------- 

Haobkbt -------- 

St. Giles -------- 

Stbakd -------- 

Holbobb -------- 

Clebeenwbxx ------- 

St. Lube -------- 

Eabt Londow ------- 

WestLokdob ------- 

London Citt ------- 

Shobbditgh ------- 

BetbnalGbbek ------ 

Whitecbapbl ------- 

St. Gboeob-in-thb-Ea8T - - - - 

Stepnbt -------- 

MiLB ebd Old Town - - - - 

POPLAB- -------- 

SURREY (part cf). 
St. Savioub Socthwabk - - - - 

St. OlAVE SOOTHWABB - - - - 

Bbbmondset ------- 

St. Geobob Sodthwabb - - - _ 
Newinoton ------- 

Lambeth -------- 

wand8w0bth ------- 

Cambbbwell ------- 

botbbbhitbb ------- 

KENT (part <^, 

Qbbbnwicb ------- 

Lbwuham -------- 



7,874 

865 

1,161 

917 

305 

164 

1,800 

2,258 

2,716 

8,127 

8,920 

845 

179 
196 
880 
290 
158 
183 
434 
640 
700 
406 
248 
570 
681 
8,918 



850 
169 
088 
282 
684 

4,015 
11495 

4,342 
886 



5,867 
17,224 



i 

I 



ia'5,950 
68,430 
87,771 
68,213 
22/»9 
85,820 

161/»() 
19,103 

199,788 

155,841 
88,295 
54/)76 

42,079 
44,863 
65/)81 
57/J73 
40,687 
27,145 
45,555 
129,804 
105,101 
78,070 
48,891 
56,572 
78,064 
79,196 



86,170 
19,056 
58,355 
55,510 
82,220 
162,044 
70,403 
71,488 
24,502 



127,^0 
.65,757 



TOTAL 



1767 
019 

1018 
612 
444 
885 

1933 
107 

18.'iO 

1307 
882 
542 

484 
283 
511 
303 
527 
592 
611 
2058 
1186 
657 
410 
622 
597 
516 



9S5 
140 
467 
639 
989 
2252 
411 
583 
143 



981 

584 



00 



a 



5406 

1985 

2815 

2217 

600 

948 

4913 

462 

6541 

5218 

2622 

1780 

1222 
12j9 
2"i72 
2453 
1S2S 
806 
1034 
5090 
4150 
2771 
1880 
1896 
2746 
8000 



1897 
544 
2289 
1921 
8039 
5772 
2097 
2242 
885 



4280 
2156 



BiBTBl. 



Inoli 



uding 
timate 



I 



del 



rndtiniBt 
Birtha. 



DBATBB.t 



I 









3814 

1534 

1767 

1700 

568 

784 

8752 

876 

4268 

8088 

1555 

1868 

959 
1080 
1891 
1214 

822 
1295 

784 
2987 
2218 
2840 
1293 
1829 
1548 
L900 



984 
1129 
1275 
1263 
1708 
3303 
1889 
1887 

582 



2819 
1122 



2826 


2640 


119 


109 


1847 


1987 


1026 


OSO 


53 


49 


779 


755 


1182 


1088 


44 


50 


958 


809 


1140 


1077 


70 


57 


887 


813 


998 


807 


18 


15 


998 


rs 


477 


471 


8L 


90 


875 


859 


2467 


9446 


910 


944 


1821 


1931 


947 


915 


8 


7 


184 


142 


3288 


8253 


162 


161 


2061 


2907 


2686 


9582 


95 


80 


1511 


1517 


1801 


1821 


51 


61 


779 


783 


981 


858 


64 


87 


708 


699 


020 


602 


91 


95 


495 


464 


652 


637 


19 


82 


514 


546 


1184 


1138 


44 


45 


709 


680 


1933 


1230 


27 


18 


831 


«SS 


695 


681 


19 


15 


898 


496 


408 


409 


98 


99 


f80 


535 


518 


521 


11 


19 


888 


898 


2601 


2489 


118 


191 


1525 


1462 


2060 


2079 


66 


68 


1104 


1114 


1482 


1839 


53 


57 


1278 


1063 


958 


922 


46 


44 


671 


699 


1001 


895 


88 


24 


672 


657 


1875 


1871 


86 


81 


745 


803 


1528 


1472 


49 


86 


1028 


877 


606 


681 


80 


19 


447 


487 


970 


274 


19 


10 


752 


877 


1167 


1122 


48 


83 


o^^ 


829 


958 


968 


55 


52 


687 


628 


1577 


1462 


81 


70 


850 


688 


2948 


2824 


158 


186 


1588 


1790 


1081 


1016 


47 


42 


701 


888 


1159 


1083 


87 


86 


600 


728 


480 


895 


19 


19 


877 


955 


2188 


9098 


58 


59 


1558 


1968 


U14 


1042 


94 


94 


559 


868 



i«a 

451 
446 
517 
88 
214 
lUl 

m 

£278 

21»» 

1067 

427 

9B 
229 
8M 
19B 
fi04 

-g 

2I0S 

1941 

481 

m 
se 

1I9S 
1100 



aos 

1014 
6» 

isn 
fas 

IQft 



14«1 
1084 



IL— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIES.— MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, and DEATHS, 1860— DianuoM. 



87 
88 
88 
40 
41 
49 
48 
44 
45 
48 
47 
48 



49 
50 
51 
52 
58 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
00 
81 
82 
68 
64 



1.— SURREY (eaetraftutropolitttn). 
Epsom -------- 

CHBBT8ET ------- 

Gdildfobd- ------ 

Fabnuam ------- 

Fabnbobough ------ 

Hamblkdob - - - - - - 

DOBBIMQ - - - - - - - 

Beioatb ------- 

godstonb ------- 

Cbotdon ------- 

KlNOtTOM ------- 

Richmond ------- 



a. — KENT {extra-mttropolitan). 



Bbomlet - - ■ 

Dabtfobd - - • 

Gbatesend - - 

NOBTB ATLESPOBD 

Hoo- - - - 

Mbdwat - - ■ 

Mallino - - • 

Setenoabs - - • 

Tdnbbidoe - • 

Maidstonb - • 
Hollimobodbn 

Cbanbboob - - 

Tbntebden - ■ 
West Ashpobd 
Eabt Asbpobo 

Bbidob- - - • 



41,180 


92,409 


93 


684 


878 


808 


881 


11 


17 


195 


178 


48,541 


18,542 


83 


538 


847 


972 


266 


11 


17 


187 


180 


05^992 


29^ 


194 


862 


520 


485 


427 


19 


34 


299 


991 


31,197 


80,707 


945 


1081 


574 


580 


545 


16 


24 


863 


911 


39^571 


14,318 


81 


325 


200 


163 


163 


8 


7 


119 


81 


00,351 


18,907 


90 


408 


199 


293 


185 


8 


12 


106 


98 


40,006 


12,44.1 


72 


373 


210 


197 


176 


9 


7 


103 


107 


51,276 


90409 


118 


642 


879 


336 


806 


15 


15 


980 


150 


43,848 


9,642 


42 


299 


160 


146 


158 


6 


12 


86 


74 


82,803 


46,474 


888 


1358 


775 


718 


685 


99 


98 


409 


srs 


22,487 


86,479 


206 


1118 


018 


587 


526 


98 


90 


999 


819 


4,888 


18,802 


101 


467 


884 


858 


909 


7 


7 


189 


189 


39,927 


90,868 


197 


586 


808 


899 


987 


6 


14 


151 


189 


;>3,109 


32,316 


193 


1050 


568 


565 


485 


99 


92 


988 


980 


1V>41 


18,782 


197 


563 


407 


295 


28i 


8 


11 


298 


179 


41,732 


19,121 


206 


643 


827 


348 


300 


11 


16 


175 


152 


3U,281 


2,881 


18 


98 


84 


46 


52 


4 


. 


45 


88 


14,.565 


51,805 


466 


1668 


1089 


847 


821 


28 


93 


854 


485 


47,398 


91,447 


100 


C62 


854 


828 


834 


96 


89 


191 


181 


67,488 


92,060 


114 


638 


884 


318 


390 


90 


90 


187 


197 


46,179 


84,271 


257 


1055 


674 


575 


480 


96 


87 


844 


880 


88,082 


88,e7U 


802 


U46 


754 


600 


546 


87 


59 


888 


886 


57,017 


18,584 


57 


418 


937 


217 


201 


10 


15 


121 


116 


40,249 


18,412 


81 


425 


9<>7 


222 


203 


17 


15 


119 


88 


46,889 


10,947 


79 


826 


229 


147 


179 


19 


90 


U8 


116 


41,901 


16,187 


185 


533 


815 


877 


256 


90 


16 


187 


158 


54,498 


12,280 


80 


896 


833 


207 


189 


8 


5 


191 


U8 


41,894 


11,810 


76 


851 


194 


181 


170 


10 


8 


108 


88 



«a 

191 

8a 

am 

lU 
909 
10 

9a 

139 
578 
495 
1« 



481 

m 
sii 

14 
S7I 

806 
294 
881 
89S 
181 
219 
97 
Sli 
1<S 
157 



* Th« District* are oollectioiu of contiguous PAiiBliM or PUees oombined for purpoMa connected with the BeKiatnUkm of Birtl»« 
Deaths, and Marriases ; and are generally identical with the Poor Law Unions of Uie same names. The I>istnota,8SI fn anmbcr, 
are arranged according to ttieir local position under the Registration Counties. 

tFor a table of tiie Deaths in the prinelpal PubUc InHitutknu situated in the Distrieta of London see pages 88-1. 

Aote.— Whererer the minus sign Is prefixed to the number in the column headed ** Excess of BirUis orer Deaths.** it deaolai 
thai the Births In tU DIftriel. faMtMd of exMBAing the DMthi, were, ia Act, iss* tiWiii f»« I>so^ 



Abitract of Marriages, Bitikt, and Dealht, 1860. 31 

II.-SOnTH BASTBRN 0OUNTIE9.— MA11RIAGB9, BIBTHS, AITD DEATHS, 1900— DiBTaiCTB—conKniKd. 



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-MIDDLES BX-{Siira-i4lnt»l.; 



32 Abstract of Marriages, Births, and Deaths, 1860. 

III.— SOUTH MIDLAND COUNTIES.— MAEBIAGES, BIRTHS, AlO) DEATHS. 18flO-DiSTlllCT8-<»ji/#»««rf. 



DISTRICTS. 



Akia 

in 
Statute 
Acre*. 



o 

H 



O 



TOTAL 



CO 

B 

n 



03 



BniTHS. 



Indudlng 

niMtitimate 

BirUu. 



S 



nittritinu 
Bitths. 



limate 



S 

"a 



DSATBS. 



8 



it 

S3 



No. 
]38 
130 
140 
141 
142 
148 
144 
145 
146 
147 



148 
149 
150 
151 
15S 
153 
154 



155 
158 
157 
158 
150 
100 
161 
ltt2 
168 



104 
165 
106 
167 
168 
1G8 
170 
171 
17S 
178 
174 
175 



176 
177 

178 



179 
180 
181 
188 
183 
184 



185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
19U 
191 
192 
193 



7.— HERTFORDSHIRE. 

WARB -------- 

niSBOP STO&TFOED _ - - - 
UOTSTOM ------- 

lllTCHIlf ------- 

Hertford ------- 

Hatpikld ------- 

St. Albans ------ 

WATfORD ------- 

Hbmbl Ubupstrao - - - - 

Berkhaitpstkad - - - - - 

8.~BUCKZNOKAMSHIRE. 

Aurrsbam ------- 

Eton -------- 

Wtoombb ------- 

Atlesbdrt ------ 

WlNStOW - - - - _ - 

Newport Taonsll - - - - 
uucsinouam ------ 

9. -OXFORDSHIRE. 

Hbnlbt ------- 

TUAMB -------- 

Ueadinqton ------ 

Oxford ------- 

Bicester ------- 

Woodstock ------ 

WiTNET ------- 

Cbippino Norton - - - - - 

Banbdrt ------- 

lO.- NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 

Bracelet ------- 

towcester ------ 

pottkbspcrt ------ 

IlARDINOSTONE - - - - - 

Northampton- - - - - - 

Daventrt - - - - - - - 

Brixwortb ------ 

Wellinoborovou - - - - - 

Kettering ------ 

Tbrapston ------ 

Oundle ------- 

Peterborouob - - - - - 

11.— HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 
hontinodon ------ 

Bt. Ives ------- 

St. Nbots ------- 

12.— BEDFORDSHIRE. 

Bedford ------- 

Biggleswade ------ 

AMPrniLL ------- 

WOBDRM ------- 

Leiobton Buzzard • - - 

Luton - - - - ► - - 

13.— CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Caxton ------- 

Chesterton ------ 

Cambridge ------ 

Linton ------- 

Newmarket ------ 

Ely -------- 

NoRTB WiTCBFORD - - - - 

Wbittleset ------ 

WUBEACn ------- 



85,747 
5,'l,«89 
88^91 
64,847 
84^10 
39,484 
84,615 
86^530 
«5,457 
84,583 



40,840 
41,589 
8lr*W8 

7s;m 

3S,X»> 
68,701 
52,419 



61,(16S 
54,997 
2rH727 
8,930 
64,127 
47,913 
70,109 
70,418 
75,324 



58,7i;9 
4\2\(i 
22,4<n 
32,408 
20,903 
6.%301 

6!V822 
100,.514 



77,180 
62,930 
65,256 



»r,.*I20 
58/m 
41,.'»1 
29/103 
d8/)I5 
40,^(36 



49/«5 
70,728 
3,470 
47,869 
97,373 
79,894 
59,823 
25,131 
I 131,.S85 



11 




i6;n5 


88 


467 


20,212 


106 


599 


25,014 


147 


858 


25,003 


173 


851 


IS^JOI 


96 


454 


8,400 


58 


848 


18,926 


112 


568 


2(i,8.W 


106 


604 


18,922 


91 


469 


13,204 


91 


439 


18,240 


131 


503 


22,353 


138 


690 


35,138 


857 


1808 


28,600 


157 


774 


9,265 


59 


859 


24355 


198 


819 


13,756 


118 


444 


18,200 


98 


573 


15,305 


:86 


471 


17,185 


144 


548 


30,037 


172 


667 


15^555 


111 


577 


14,336 


94 


468 


23,238 1 


154 


733 


17,300 


125 


565 


30,171 


827 


1053 


18*471 


93 


487 


i?,om 


99 


420 


ll,f»j 


94 


890 


9,928 


82 


370 


41,100 


427 


1599 


80,600 


172 


722 


l.%359 


118 


500 


94,224 


217 


892 


18,995 


185 


718 


14/W5 


101 


540 


15,463 


111 


507 


33,178 


245 


1147 


20,518 


148 


787 


19AM 


184 


668 


18,965 


141 


505 


88,072 


296 


1903 


25r^8 


175 


905 


16,970 


150 


593 


11,684 


96 


863 


17,648 


128 


006 


a(k,712 


267 


1065 


10,906 


83 


303 


25,083 


182 


881 


23,301 


187 


721 


18,510 


00 


4.'^ 


28,775 


196 


947 


21,010 


161 


767 


14,791 


100 


549 


6,966 


41 


809 


2S^2i 


223 


1127 



879 
839 
473 
479 
881 
155 
863 
452 
318 
315 



866 
872 
633 
534 
819 
460 
888 



360 
803 
814 
888 
325 
280 
447 
330 
618 



290 
2ft.', 
210 
203 
1105 
884 
82k( 
526 
883 
250 
288 
665 



888 

400 
814 



674 
557 
871 
892 
353 
578 



218 
457 
490 
257 
56K 
482 
801 
187 



815 
487 
410 
258 
133 
2H6 
885 
S44 
889 



804 
875 
603 
878 
193 
425 
823 



S07 
238 
293 
855 
306 
234 
410 
803 
517 



83.5 
229 
189 

188 
843 
306 

437 
372 
280 
269 
576 



859 
857 
310 



614 
463 
8U 
196 
309 
538 



815 
434 
356 
232 
459 
893 
262 
144 



703 1 560 



sso 


18 


884 


11 


416 


89 


441 


86 


199 


18 


116 


11 


283 


89 


879 


80 


288 


88 


210 


13 


839 


85 


815 


84 


605 


43 


896 


88 


161 


14 


894 


85 


821 


85 


866 


20 


833 


90 


855 


22 


318 


25 


871 


SI 


834 


13 


838 


81 


862 


18 


536 


48 


252 


16 


191 


8 


901 


5 


182 


7 


756 


88 


896 


17 


214 


18 


455 


85 


346 


28 


260 


92 


288 


15 


571 


«4 


878 


IT 


811 


81 


285 


10 


588 


38 


442 


47 


282 


88 


167 


19 


297 


83 


587 


48 


178 


80 


897 


21 


305 


18 


200 


15 


488 


28 


874 


81 


287 


16 


125 


18 


567 


61 



18 
81 
25 
80 
15 

9 
84 
18 

9 
18 



18 
14 
84 
88 
8 
S3 
15 



17 
14 
17 
21 
89 
16 
20 
20 
45 



SO 
9 
18 
10 
43 
25 
10 
11 
82 
12 
84 
87 



8 
IT 
17 



39 
86 
81 
15 
98 
50 



19 
16 
23 
13 
89 
19 
13 
8 
48 



144 

175 



2:0 

152 

78 

170 



155 
157 



153 
187 
808 

sss 

116 
8M 
166 



191 
159 
166 
810 
158 
146 
821 
175 
80S 



132 
IM 
106 
98 
584 
804 
171 
837 
176 
1»> 
147 
828 



900 

896 
165 



SSS 



173 
147 
1S7 



103 
235 
836 
188 
277 
88) 
154 
76 
861 



1S5 
164 



2S» 
1S» 
77 
198 
983 
158 



2U 
US 
825 



IdS 

£» 

US 



144 

148 
178 
167 
IM 
SS6 
155 
Si6 



1^ 
ISl 

104 

lis 

«l 
IWI 
ISA 

m& 

SOT 

isr, 

141 
387 



ISS 
183 
149 



S41 



198 
145 
106 
S89 



110 
SSS 

854 
129 

891 

812 

147 

61 



188 

JBO 
S7S 

ITS 
SO 

US 
UB 
ISt 



«75 

1«|» 
11£ 



1«8 
934 

tr» 

131 
S33 



1» 

US 
4»4 

SM 
174 

aart 

S33 

219 



254 

»i 



n 



isi 
in 



3W 

iss 



S4Sl 4M 



IV.— EASTERN COUNTIES.— MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, and DEATHS, 1860— Districts. 



194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
301 
202 
303 
204 
80.1 
300 
2(»7 
208 
900 
210 



14.— ESSEX. 



West HaK- - 

Epping - - 

Ongar - - - 

KOMPORD - - 

Orsett - - - 

BiLLERtCAT 

CHELMSrORD - 

rocbford - - 

Maldon - - 

Tendring - - 
colcubster 

Lex DEN - - 

WiTHAM - - 

Halstead - - 

IlRAINTRIvR 

imNMOW - - 

Saffron Waldbn 



19,477 


59319 


898 


1896 


1076 


957 


9S9 


31 


81 


568 


508 


4C,«2 


10,549 


84 


510 


316 


851 


859 


15 


10 


15T 


159 


47,405 


11,317 


58 


344 


202 


106 


178 


10 


14 


106 


91 


48,244 


96,905 


158 


003 


484 


477 


486 


81 


86 


844 


940 


4V»97 


11,595 


61 


374 


197 


18r 


187 


IS 


4 


111 


8.1 


50,845 


l.%031 


82 


448 


290 


838 


816 


14 


7 


159 


Ul 


KV»06 


32.7C.'i 


172 


1020 


600 


548 


478 


29 


20 


818 


SBS 


107,840 


18,283 


135 


577 


803 


273 


804 


18 


17 


165 


188 


lOiA"^ 


22,550 


179 


723 


433 


307 


856 


83 


82 


239 


194 


8!),S(»3 


27,10* 


194 


831 


478 


433 


398 


25 


31 


848 


8» 


II.JIIO 


23,ftl5 


217 


737 


452 


889 


848 


26 


18 


229 


SSS 


7a^'n 


22,950 


101 


782 


440 


411 


871 


83 


S3 


808 


S84 


3K,li:« 


l(Vi24 


105 


520 


307 


251 


875 


87 


31 


156 


151 


SH,913 


18,4h2 


134 


003 


885 


303 


300 


96 


28 


\*T 


IW 


SH^Wi 


17,170 


135 


563 


345 


283 


380 


24 


90 


173 


172 


7U'M 


19,759 


136 


037 


364 


897 


840 


17 


87 


176 


]« 
174 


oym 


19,721 


183 


655 


844 


889 


816 


18 


18 


170 



«30 
]»4 
I«3 

4r« 
irr 
i» 



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St* 
SIS 
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Abstract of Marriages^ Births, and Deaths, I860. 



83 



IV.— EASTERN COUNTIES.— MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, autd DEATHS. ISeo—DiSTBlcn-continusd. 



Ko. 
tu 
tis 
tu 
n4 
tu 
tu 
nr 
tu 



tw 
tu 



t41 



ti4 

tu 
tu 
tcr 



DISTRICTS. 



Aaea 

in 

Statute 

Aeres. 



S 



O 
H 



o 

»4 



TOTAL 



U 



00 

m 
n 



i 



BUTHfl. 



Inelvdiiig 

Illegitiinate 

Birtht. 



niei 



legHImAte 
Blrtlu. 



I 



DlATHt. 



1ft.— SUFFOLK. 

BiSBmnMi - - - - - 

SODBUaT - - - - - 

CosromD - - - - - 

Tbinooi - - - - - 

BnmT St. Edmukim - - 

MlLDBJIBAU. - - - - 

Stow ------ 

HAJtTUMSlB - - - - 

HOXNB ------ 

BOSMBBB - - - - - 

Samporo - - - - - 

Ir»wicB - - - - - 

WOODBRIDOB - - - - 

Plombsoatb - - - - 

Bltthimo - - - - - 

WAKOrOBD- - - - - 

IfirrroBO - - - - - 

16.— NORFOLK. 

Yabmouth - - - - 

FI.COO ------ 

TUMiTBAD - - - - 

Ebpinobaic - - - - 

Atlbbam - - - - - 

St. Faitbb- - - - - 

NOBWICB - - - - - 

FOBKBOB - - - - - 

UBurrBAD - - - - - 

Bx.onBU> - - - - - 

LODDON - - - - - 

DSPWADB - - - - - 

OoaTCBOM - - - - 

Wati^itd - - - - - 

MtTPOBD - - - - - 

Walsinqbam - - - . 

DOCBINO - - - - - 

Fbecbrioob Ltmn - - - 

KiMOB LTHW - - - - 

DOWNUAM - - - - - 

SWAPFBAM - - - . - 

TBBTrOBO - - - - - 



5S,6A4 
78,301 
AS,l89« 

8,934 
61;M4 
«,84S 
54,S15 
U,085 
07,89e 

a\sso 

8,3915 
82,195 
75,064 
92,007 
35,079 
a0»4OO 

lAio 

9W087 

eym 

7t,51S 
68,ltt 
48;M>4 
4,825 
87,834 
48,858 
44,178 
89,401 

72,881 
44,585 
61,068 

106,238 
87,842 

101,188 

78,778 

5,499 

88,687 

81,200 

117,870 



17,482 
31,415 
17,876 
18,224 
13,818 
8^595 
20,908 
17,66/; 
14,6»4 
1M74 
12J86 
87,881 
22,754 
20,720 
26,848 
18,619 
UfiSO 

80,388 
8,631 
14,516 
20,874 
10,052 
11,749 
74,440 
12,818 
11,390 
11,521 
14,242 

23,248 
11,541 
11,562 
28,<i20 
21,118 
17,596 
18,486 
16,601 
20,264 
18,747 
18,712 



111 

216 

125 

124 

95 

85 

158 

134 

101 

99 

75 

805 

143 

126 

190 

100 

154 

812 
68 

99 

148 

144 

73 

710 

81 

80 

56 

88 

178 

76 

74 

188 

151 

122 

79 

188 

137 

87 

138 



820 
1001 
671 
671 
807 
882 
878 
618 
487 
614 



1224 
646 
646 
881 
410 
820 

1015 
802 
468 
842 
680 
870 

2514 
880 
811 
848 
428 

808 
848 
354 
816 
640 
629 
431 
606 
667 
417 
624 



802 
686 

834 
820 
258 
196 
395 
847 
277 
803 
273 
786 
481 
413 
688 
800 
476 

879 
185 
297 
460 
878 
208 
1776 
238 
188 
256 
295 

628 

218 
238 
560 
893 
881 
250 
410 
411 
254 
401 



808 
611 
818 
290 
188 
169 
349 
805 
261 
260 
211 
847 
884 
842 
417 
206 
421 

620 
160 
281 
867 
834 
198 
1254 
198 
161 
185 
224 

410 
180 
182 
416 
888 
258 
207 
269 
848 
218 
884 



816 
490 
266 
281 
208 
178 



818 



254 

188 
677 
811 
806 
414 
204 
889 

496 
142 



286 

296 
172 
1280 
191 
160 
178 
204 

898 
168 
172 
401 
802 
271 
224 
248 
809 
199 
290 



26 
86 
80 
28 
25 
10 
28 
80 
28 
26 
11 
49 
26 
25 
61 
26 
24 

49 
17 
24 
88 
42 
84 
182 
26 
13 
12 
88 

85 

18 
88 
88 
86 
29 
28 
29 
87 
29 
44 



21 
86 
21 
16 
22 
12 
88 
87 
20 
28 

r 

41 
16 
29 
86 

24 
16 

49 
17 
17 
80 
81 
12 
119 
28 
14 
17 
20 

46 
28 
16 
48 
81 
82 
26 
28 
88 
28 
22 



188 
281 
178 
162 
186 
108 
208 
172 
189 
164 
148 
800 
261 
205 



161 
269 

841 
102 
142 
248 
197 
112 
860 
117 
87 
127 
149 

248 
US 
108 
280 
200 
197 
140 
191 
213 
199 
193 



189 
804 
168 
168 
122 
92 
187 
176 
188 
149 
180 
406 
230 
208 
800 
149 
217 

888 
88 

166 
212 
179 
96 
918 
121 
101 
129 
148 

27T 

96 

180 

ri 

198 
184 
110 
219 
198 
116 
208 



fit 
4U 



8fil 
ISt 
187 



871 
810 
811 
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468 
184 



8tf 

UO 
844 



UT 
188 
188 
864 
188 
788 
161 
188 
V 
US 

880 

185 
118 



84r 
lU 
181 
95 
848 
188 
228 



Vd-^SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIES.— MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, aot) DEATHS, IS60— Dibtbicts. 



878 

tn 
trt 

873 

t74 
875 



tn 



17.— WILTBRIRS. 
Hiobwobto ------- 

Cbickladb -------- 

Malmbsbubt ------- 

Cbiptbmbax ------- 

Calitb --------- 

Mablsobouoh ------- 

DSTIBBi -------- 

Mblkbbam -------- 

Bbadpobd -------- 

WEtTBITBT -------- 

Wabmikbtbb ------- 

Pbwsbt --------- 

Amesbobt -------- 

Aldxbbdbt- ------- 

SALMBtTBT -------- 

WltTOK- -------- 

TltBCTBT -------- 

Mbsb --------- 

18.~D0B8ET8RIBE. 
SaAffTBBBtrBT ------- 

SruBMiNmrn ------- 

BLAlVDrOBO ------- 

WiMBOBMB -------- 

Pools --------- 

Wabkoaic -------- 

Wetmoctb -------- 

dobcrbstbb ------- 

Sbbbbobxb- --...-- 

BBAMINSTBm ------- 

BmiopoBT --.-..-- 

19.— DEVON8RIBE. 

AzmilBTBB- ------- 

HowiToir -------- 

St. Tbomai- ---«--- 

EXBrBB- ---•-.-- 

Nbvtov Abbot ------ 

TOTHES -.-.-.-.. 
KlNOSBBIDOC ------- 

n.\krTo.v St.Kabt - - - - - 

Fltwootb -------- 

Babt Stobbboosb ------ 

Btokb Dambbbl --•••- 



5(M»4 
41,566 
87,508 
80^035 
88,810 
42fi92 
88,491 
17,768 
18,800 
80,944 
68,866 
86,650 
82,420 
62^860 
480 
56,804 
40,494 
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88,498 
87,474 
67,781 
81,163 
87,023 
96,309 
87,282 
115,389 
40,018 
6SJ64 
83,187 



81,788 

80^887 

130,141 

1,800 

U7,386 

98r342 

72,918 

75rV)9 

1,635 

885 

8,880 



19,237 

11,470 

14^18 

22/)20 

8,886 

9,774 

21,080 

17,283 

10,475 

11,751 

15,942 

12,466 

8,127 

14,770 

9,089 

10/174 

9,862 

8/)67 



12,386 
10,3»4 
14,S27 

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13,742 
17/)73 
27,828 
24,773 
13,463 
13,-*7 
16,828 



19,758 
22,729 
48,40^ 
38,742 
50,063 
32,943 
i9,')94 
20,502 
62,599 
14,343 
60^440 



148 
76 

108 

121 
60 
65 

128 

188 
88 
99 

102 
74 
80 

104 
74 
81 
79 
87 



108 

94 

91) 

106 

114 

97 

238 

193 

136 

118 

148 



189 
147 
884 
418 
427 
248 
125 
85 
826 
202 
851 



890 
385 
430 
878 
280 
289 
673 
686 
814 
888 
496 
435 
247 
440 
322 
831 
805 
861 



438 
811 
450 
648 
431 
668 
838 
720 
468 
446 
680 



885 

893 

1351 
989 

1694 
939 
617 
580 

1073 
494 

1558 



886 

207 
294 
415 
166 
186 
468 
849 
296 
259 
844 
253 
180 
312 
166 
243 
184 
166 



262 
201 
240 
34n 
280 
823 
419 
482 
249 
200 
848 



889 
465 
988 
851 

1054 
610 
S.'i2 
877 

1860 
891 

1068 



888 
197 
228 
858 
148 
140 



850 
180 
192 
251 
226 
Ul 
223 
160 
167 
161 
128 



818 

163 
238 
282 
234 
809 
428 
878 
218 
2W 
271 



815 
882 
656 
613 
886 
469 
823 
308 
999 
287 
792 



827 


87 


86 


188 


82 


18 


202 


18 


9 


816 


18 


U 


187 


9 


11 


149 


16 


7 


280 


12 


80 


286 


16 


80 


134 


8 


9 


196 


10 


7 


246 


10 


14 


209 


84 


11 


116 


8 


9 


217 


18 


15 


162 


11 


18 


174 


8 


10 


144 


17 


16 


ISS 


12 


7 


224 


9 


17 


148 


7 


12 


212 


20 


18 


266 


28 


28 


197 


23 


14 


259 


20 


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412 


14 


14 


342 


18 


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948 


17 


20 


209 


17 


16 


8U9 


20 


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820 


88 


20 


831 


19 


20 


895 


28 


88 


476 


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85 


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294 


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277 


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974 


61 


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227 


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12 


781 


21 


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188 
110 
184 
285 

78 
90 



171 
112 
116 
174 
137 

90 
158 

84 
119 

94 

76 



118 
110 
121 
186 
140 
178 
212 
248 
107 
188 
184 



182 
281 
497 
418 
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182 
174 
667 
235 
667 



178 

97 

180 

190 

88 

87 

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178 

114 

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170 

116 

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164 

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119 
181 
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147 
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Abstract ofMarriageSy Birtlis^ and DeaHiSi 1860. 35 

VL-WBST MIDLAND C0UNTIBS.-MARBIAGE3, BIETHS. aitd DEATHS. 1860-Dl8TBiCT»-«m«»i««f. 



DISTRICTS. 



in 

BUtata 

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No. 



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sri 
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174 
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177 
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401 
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403 
404 
405 
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25.— STAFFORDSHXRZ:. 

STArro&o ------- 

Stomb ----_-», 

NBWC4tTtB-inn>Kl-LTllS - - - 
WotTTAirroM ------ 

STOBB-CPOX-TASar - - - - 

Lbbk -------- 

CRBAOLB ---*--_ 
Uttoxbtbb ------ 

BcBTOR-uroii.TABirr - - - - 

Tavwobth ------- 

LicartBLD ---..-- 

FSNKBIDOB- --..-- 
WoLTBEHAICPTON - - - - - 

ITauall ------- 

WESTBaOMWICH - - - - - 

DUDLBT ------- 

26.— WORCESTERSHIRE. 

ftTOrBBKIlMC ------ 

KlDDBSIClKtTBm - - - - - 

TBHBiTmr ------- 

^lAm-n.Br ----..« 

WoBCBSTBB ------ 

UPTO!l-0!l-SBTSBir- . - - . 
ErESBAM -«.-... 
PCBBHOBB ------- 

DBonrwicB- - - ... - 

BaOMMBOVB ------ 

KixobNobton- - - - . - 

27.— WARWICKSHIRE. 
BtBMIiraBAM ----.- 

Aston -------- 

MCBIDB.M ------- 

Athbbbtonb ------ 

KuSTBATOir ------- 

FOLBSBILL -.---.- 
COVESTBT ------- 

RroBT -------- 

St»LIBDLL ------- 

Wabwick ------- 

STBATrOBD^K^ATON - - - - 

ALCXSTBE ------- 

8iiirsTox-oir-ST0ua - - - - 

SOCTUAM ------- 



18,679 
1(M90 

ItM 

&SI46 
62.900 
90,65s 
46.740 
Tl/llJ 
7(V799 
SS|9U0 
Sl,603 
11VM4 



16,300 
87,SS1 
S5,941 

n,7i8 

6,699 
53,018 
46/)09 
09,369 

47,874 
38^404 



3,660 
81,97$ 
48,618 
37,888 
90.438 
19.389 

M89 
80.755 
46,015 
66/138 
79,051 
53,480 
78,899 
5(V409 



3M74 
81.928 
84,567 
54 AM 
71,808 
24,806 
3I\968 
14,787 
41,005 
15,504 
37^1 
18,663 

186,903 
5H,908 
92,480 

180,3{{7 



88,796 
30,307 
7,S6B 
15/)98 
30,969 
21,010 
14,767 
18,8iU 
19.389 
96,307 
47,849 



312/121 
100^23 
11,300 
12,118 
18,054 
19,997 
41^7 
34^486 
18,331 
44/M7 
31,349 
16378 
19,852 
10,883 



154 


754 


175 


T35 


1V3 


993 


668 


8580 


789 


387B 


179 


900 


158 


740 


113 


453 


804 


1471 


90 


510 


191 


753 


107 


621 


1074 


5387 


891 


8648 


858 


3965 


1483 


6313 


586 


3019 


3.^ 


1U63 


33 


199 


89 


421 


395 


950 


103 


687 


87 


475 


88 


405 


180 


800 


173 


958 


739 


1839 


2100 


8417 


839 


3855 


55 


850 


88 


448 


97 


484 


114 


804 


889 


1065 


144 


744 


88 


876 


810 


1358 


122 


649 


100 


546 


127 


633 


60 


836 



523 
461 
557 
1305 
1901 
5«0 
470 
378 

sr 

804 
474 
815 
3853 
1183 
1881 
3811 



1893 
639 
96 
854 
693 
482 
338 
316 
876 
547 
677 



4681 
1771 
304 
901 
808 
407 
886 
869 
363 
903 
419 
800 
885 
175 



BUTBi. 



Tneloding 

niMrftimaie 

BlrUu. 



m 



l««itlmate 
iirths. 



8 



DBATH8. 



8S1 

365 

515 

1298 

1484 

453 

378 

348 

759 

351 

394 

826 

3741 

13S7 

2061 

3147 



1819 
547 
108 
819 
409 
300 
910 
808 
818 
483 
739 



4398 
1901 
179 
331 
348 
421 
887 
880 
191 
658 
843 
881 
358 
173 



873 


18 


S4 


359 


967 


860 


44 


42 


327 


384 


477 


39 


33 


383 


874 


1832 


89 


85 


725 


870 


1894 


96 


88 


1019 


883 


447 


49 


81 


394 


886 


868 


96 


83 


388 


333 


300 


37 


30 


135 


148 


718 


55 


41 


406 


419 


359 


14 


18 


165 


189 


858 


35 


83 


327 


347 


395 


SO 


18 


157 


158 


9846 


158 


163 


1488 


1865 


1811 


63 


63 


608 


580 


1884 


94 


93 


887 


784 


8060 


163 


160 


1506 


1805 


1477 


TO 


80 


680 


648 


518 


34 


84 


838 


807 


96 


11 


7 


59 


87 


903 


16 


34 


180 


194 


451 


44 


38 


859 


834 


387 


34 


19 


321 


311 


985 


30 


14 


138 


115 


199 


16 


16 


105 


111 


963 


85 


19 


801 


175 


531 


81 


51 


965 


393 


814 


83 


91 


857 


830 


4133 


390 


308 


3449 


3383 


1954 


75 


73 


887 


884 


171 


14 


8 


99 


105 


327 


11 


14 


184 


187 


341 


14 


84 


140 


168 


883 


S3 


23 


908 


304 


828 


40 


45 


460 


426 


864 


87 


31 


185 


184 


184 


10 


9 


185 


138 


597 


86 


89 


435 


467 


807 


36 


15 


217 


303 


985 


34 


18 


156 


153 


880 


34 


96 


190 


195 


164 


9 


8 


105 


70 



338 

964 

485 

1185 

977 

880 

970 

179 

644 

906 

37ft 

806 

8584 

1465 



8403 



1697 
484 
103 
167 
957 
155 
387 
18» 
334 
406 



8788 
3064 
146^ 
187 
181 
897 
779^ 
875 
US 
85S 
380 
387 
34ft 
161 



VIL-NORTH MIDLAND COUNTIES^MARUIAGES, BIRTHS, and DEATHS, 1860-Di8tbict8* 



#08 
409 
410 

ai 

419 
418 
414 
415 

41ft 
417 
4U 



419 
430 



471 
423 
433 
434 
425 
436 
427 
428 
429 
430 
491 



4Jt5 
496 

437 
*^ 
480 



"LEICESTERSHIRE. 

LiriTKBWOBTB ------ 

Mabket HABBOBOUOB - - - 
BlXXESDOSI ------- 

Blabt -------- 

HlNCKI^T ------- 

Mabket Bobwobtb - - . - 
ashbt-de-la-zoucb - - - . 

LoUOBBOBOUOB - - - . - 

Babbow-cpox-Soab - - - . 

LCICMTBB ------- 

MCLTOM MOWBXAT - - - - 

29.— RUTLANDSHIRE. 
Oakbam ------- 

UrriMOHAM .-...- 

30. -LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Staxfobd ------- 

BUCBN -------- 

SrALDIWO ------- 

lIoLBBACfl ------- 

IIOSTOW- ------- 

f^LKAroSD ------- 

Oraxtbam ------- 

LisroLN ------- 

HoBHCASn.! ------ 

SriLSBT ------- 

Loutb ---_ ---« 

CAIBTOB ------- 

GLANroBD Bbioo ----- 

QAniBBOBOCOB - - - - - - 

31. NOTTINQHAMSHIRE. 
East Rbtpobd ------ 

Worksop ------- 

Manspicld- ------ 

Baspobd ...---- 

Badpobo - - - . -I • . 



59/»l 
64/194 
50,721 
84,207 
a*/)70 
53,^ 
50,243 
4.%M0 
47,868 
8,960 
98/177 



5.VB0 
fi2/i98 



02,858 
106,034 

70,181 
107^ 
18.V'47 
131,777 

158J)20 
11«,.'588 
14«,25I9 
170,7U8 
18d,l»4 
1<I5,470 
108/168 



W.797 

55/)Q0 

88/)39 

6,800 



15,515 
16/159 
7,272 
14,171 
16,874 
18,428 
^,480 
24,210 
19,778 
68,190 
90^171 



1M12 
13,867 



1M13 
21,203 
20,910 
18,402 
87,960 
24/)I4 
38,880 
47/W3 
24,718 
28.790 
84,711 
57/517 
84,781 
35,973 



22,677 
20,704 

3"/i93 
78,285 

30,470 



93 

95 

50 

98 

137 

97 

221 

176 

156 

668 

154 



98 
67 



138 
144 
134 
154 
311 
318 
309 
418 
170 
908 
263 
886 
215 
lU 



146 
I.M 
214 
563 
243 



485 
513 
300 
541 
608 
444 

1099 
897 
635 

3530 
•47 



888 

890 



583 

692 

700 

583 

1211 

871 

948 

160S 

838 

950 

1175 

1296 

1126 

813 



781 

688 

1109 

8067 

1358 



379 
813 
114 
984 
819 
348 
538 
489 
407 
1418 
868 



911 
340 



860 
878 
891 
386 
715 
483 
546 
924 
585 
588 
672 
786 
690 
543 



413 
386 
608 
1440 
788 



333 

358 

108 
381 
290 
212 
584 
481 
806 
1830 
333 



178 
310 



800 

367 
873 
384 
586 
433 
485 
889 
431 



611 

603 
586 
404 



889 
340 
559 
1619 
686 



318 
359 
97 
380 
813 
383 
615 
896 
819 
1300 
834 



810 
180 



374 

885 

886 

309 

635 

448 

463 

766 

417 

506 

564 

623 ' 

£40 

408 



863 
398 
557 
1455 
633 



11 

18 

7 

33 
43 
34 
88 
47 
86 
86 
SI 



SO 
10 



37 
34 
39 
19 
50 
40 
87 
77 
49 
46 
44 
88 
87 
43 



S5 
37 
58 
153 
85 



18 
16 
5 
31 
34 
33 
41 
81 
31 
104 
19 



19 
11 



38 
80 
39 
85 
68 
43 
85 
73 
40 
84 
57 
40 
48 
41 



85 

16 

51 

137 

58 



181 
163 
67 
131 
158 
136 
281 
255 
313 
753 
178 



100 
119 



183 
903 
301 
309 
865 
345 
968 
486 
293 
961 
345 
385 
394 
370 



300 
196 
395 
743 
879 



148 


156 


150 


too 


57 


86 


158 


957 


161 


384 


183 


196 


257 


561 


334 


S8S 


194 


918 


665 


1112 


195 


879 


111 


177 


131 


1M> 


177 


SSft 


175 


814 


190 


818 


177 


197 


850 


496 


337 


889 


377 


40S 


488 


681 


343 


8oa 


373 


417 


837 


5flft 


851 


490 


826 


506 


378 


370 


SIS 


819 


188 


S5S 


80H 


506 


698 


1687 


860 


510 



C 2 



36 



Abstract ofMarriages^ Births^ and DeatliSj I860. 



TII.— NORTH MIDLAND COUNTIES.— MAURUGES. BIRTHS, ato DEATHS, 1860-DitTBiCT»-«)ii<«MiftL 



DISTRICTS. 



in 
Stetuta 

ACTMi 



ss 

o 



I 






TOTAL 



09 






No. 
440 
441 
443 

443 



444 
445 
444 
447 
448 
449 
4M 
451 






31.~NOTTIMOHAMSHZRE-coM. 

nottikobam ------- 

Southwell ------- 

Nbwabk -------- 

BlMOHAM -------- 

32.— DEBBTSRIIUS. 

Shasdlow -------- 

Derbt --------- 

Bklpke- -------- 

Ajhbornb -------- 

CHBSTUrPISLD ------- 

Rakkwell -------- 

Chafkl-iit-li-Feith - - - - - 

Hatfibld -------- 



i;wo 


76,785 


894 


2807 


117,452 


94,408 


142 


697 


93,S84 


80,208 


204 


1015 


68,139 


15^0 


87 


506 


73;890 


81,113 


198 


1021 


2,970 


51,049 


597 


1949 


06J!90 


51,711 


425 


1836 


100,987 


80,648 


147 


601 


94,825 


61,779 


444 


2382 


107,905 


81,878 


208 


947 


ov^ 


14,020 


79 


422 


48,855 


82476 


229 


nil 



1678 
478 
579 
290 



597 

1093 

1001 

420 

1374 

590 

285 

750 



BUTHf. 



Indoding 

Illegitimate 

Blrthi. 



Dleiritiinate 
Birthe. 



I 



S 

I 



1490 
800 
510 
251 



581 
991 
901 
807 
1226 
485 
236 
590 



1407 


1 

! 141 


887 


40 


505 


40 


255 


25 


490 


86 


958 


65 


925 


82 


294 


84 


1138 


88 


462 


82 


186 


11 


521 


89 



151 
SI 
38 

16 



40 
80 
C6 
24 
79 
85 
14 
43 



DBAm. 



i 



I 



817 



288 
158 



285 
552 

494 

203 
717 



160 
884 



I 



244 

2»l 
lit 



SIS 
54» 
507 
S17 

as 
aoi 
Its 

•71 



im 



SB 



4tl 

837 

m 

191 
M 

m 
ur 



Vra.— NORTH WESTERN COUNTIES.— MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, akd DEATHS, 186(^ 

Districts. 



459 

454 
455 

456 
457 
458 
459 
460 

461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 

474 

475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
483 
483 
484 
4S5 
480 



33.— CHESRIBE. 

Stocktoet- - - - - - 

Macclbifikld - - - - - 

Alteincham - - - - - 

RUNCOEN ------ 

NOETHWICH - - - - - 

CONaLBTON - - - - - 

Nantwich ------ 

<}EBAT BoUOBTOir (CiUSTBE) - 
WlEEALL - - - - - 

34.— LAMCASHIRE. 

LiTKEFOOL ------ 

WbstDeebt - - - - - 

Peescot ------ 

Oemskiek ------ 

WlOAM ------- 

Waeeinotow - - - - - 
Leiqh ------- 

BOLTOK ------ 

Bdbt ------- 

BAETOIC-UFOIf-lEWEU. - - - 
CUOELTON ------ 

Salfoed ------ 

Manchestxe - - - - - 

Aiotoh-ukdee-Ltke - - - 
Oldham ------ 

Rochdale ------ 

Haslinodeh - - - - - 

BUEKLBT ------ 

Clithbeoe ------ 

Blackbden - . - - - 

CnOELBT ------ 

PRESTOM ------ 

Ftldb ------- 

OAEBTAirO ------ 

Lancabtbe - - - - - 
Ulveestokb ----- 



80,709 


•4,9«) 


81,561 


61,543 


73,665 


40^517 


4^776 


26,792 


65,445 


83,338 


52,»)9 


84^128 


111,126 


40,955 


107,555 


58rWl 


113,110 


70,840 


2,220 


209,742 


50,507 


225,845 


56359 


73,127 


111,968 


48,252 


47,018 


94,561 


29,984 


43375 


2^,610 


87,700 


48,896 


180369 


82,990 


lOl.lS.*! 


23»279 


39338 


11,549 


169379 


4,830 


1'IV185 


13,628 


243388 


38,657 


184,753 


16,872 


111,276 


40,^0 


91,754 


9a^l 


69,781 


54,121 


7539.'! 


1H,«J97 


20,470 


4.VVW 


110343 


52,213 


41,678 


68,a^5 


U\^3 


76,307 


25,«82 


62/il7 


12,425 


138,746 


85397 


13.%043 


35,788 



nil 

533 
382 
177 
22S 
965 
804 
638 
463 

4104 

1457 
570 
278 
854 
394 
367 

1277 
931 
881 
563 
682 

4767 

1819 
881 
904 
669 
779 
174 

1853 
852 

1239 

179 

72 

968 

941 



8191 
2068 

1967 
994 
1238 
1268 
1422 
1674 
2039 

8414 
7751 
2955 
1497 
4037 
1802 
1487 
5297 
3.109 
1296 
5972 
4064 
9087 

4927 

4200 

3099 

2573 

2733 

640 

4806 

1437 

4224 

881 

890 

1131 

1819 



2343 


1603 


1488 


1057 


801 


637 


543 


497 


680 


620 


823 


624 


760 


722 


1288 


849 


1553 


1478 


7670 


4807 


4490 


3909 


1472 


1545 


846 


770 


2169 


2108 


959 


925 


919 


731 


3339 


2729 


2149 


1791 


75.S 


677 


3512 


3052 


2476 


2050 


6804 


4598 


3320 


2552 


2»W8 


2158 


2065 


1524 


1451 


1289 


1716 


1399 


436 


32S 


2788 


2517 


802 


753 


2788 


2167 


491 


425 


224 


201 


786 


595 


679 


094 



1588 
1081 
680 
497 
618 
644 
700 
895 
1461 

4107 
3782 
1410 

727 
1929 

877 

706 
2568 
1718 

619 
2920 
2014 
4489 

2875 

9042 

1575 

1284 

1333 

313 

9379 

684 

9057 

406 

180 

53B 

695 



105 
106 
53 
83 
60 
58 
67 
74 
09 

193 

109 

82 

74 

944 

48 

64 

190 

105 

46 

158 

145 

812 

169 

142 
87 
72 

130 
91 

187 
78 

165 
46 
18 
41 
66 



114 
106 
43 
86 
40 
69 
61 
«7 
65 

196 

109 

78 

56 

190 

55 

74 

190 

89 

56 

184 

118 

943 

162 

193 
96 
Tl 

189 
30 

U7 
89 

172 
37 
15 
96 
50 



iios 


11S8 


763 


iu 


41S 


90 


288 


9S4 


3SS 


ts 


413 


4» 


4IS 


W 


634 


m 


780 


77S 


800S 


mn 


2267 


sm 


739 


7\i 


441 


40S 


1151 


1018 


496 


4a 


463 


437 


1744 


\3U 


1077 


1071 


81B 


Ml 


1738 


1774 


1223 


!£» 


3490 


Stl4 


1670 


16» 


M.W 


19» 


lOM 


»7f 


743 


;oj 


895 


8tl 


230 


911 


145S 


tm 


407 


895 


1408 


ii» 


900 


931 


m 


ita 


411 


m 


8(0 


w 



0t 
W 
4« 

a 
m 



m 

so 
m 
m 

IM 

{S 

110 

m 
tw 

ttS 

UV 

IJfl 

m 

Wi 
S0« 

im 

C35 

U» 

M» 

\» 

m 



IX— YORKSHIRE.— MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, and DEATHS, 1860— Distkicts. 



487 
488 
480 
490 
491 
492a 

mb\ 

492d 
498 I 
494 1 
495 

406 

497 

498 

490 

AOO 

501 

502 

5)3 

804a 

5046 

805 



3ft.— WEST RIDING. 

Sedbeeoh ------ 

Sbttlb ------- 

Skiftow ------ 

Patelet Beidob - - - - 

RlFON ------- 

Oeeat Ousbbuen - . - - 
kvaeesboeodoh - - - - 

Wethbebt ------ 

Otlet ----<.-- 

REiaRLET ------ 

TODMOEDBir - - - - - 

Saddlbwoetr - - - - - 

HUDDEESriELD- - - - - 

Halifax ------ 

Rradfoed ------ 

HUN9LET ------ 

Leeds ------- 

DswaBUET ------ 

Wakefield . - . - - 
poktefeact - - - - - 

Hbmswoetu - . . . . 

Baenblet . • • - . 



82382 

154391 

150,165 

74375 

70^590 

51308 
30342 

22367 
7^523 
46352 
26330 

18,280 
OBr'iOO 
51,784 
40r»4 
39321 
2,100 
24,416 
40,140 
6A,I35 
33370 
35370 



4381 
I232U 
28,761 

9334 
l.%742 
11334 
17,176 

5,123 
29318 
45J<H 
31,118 

18381 

131336 

128373 

190375 

109358 

117366 

92383 

53321 

34,7'^ 

7,793 

45,797 



44 

88 
955 

51 
189 

61 
151 

84 
933 
826 
167 

136 
1198 
1336 
1970 

581 
1712 
1000 

445 

253 
40 

400 



140 
365 
987 
305 
501 
367 
537 
163 
900 
1479 
947 

670 
4955 
4504 
7876 
4958 
4457 
8089 
1957 
1829 

241 
1866 



124 


06 


74 


7 


259 


173 


192 


14 


577 


526 


461 


86 


183 


150 


155 


IS 


288 


248 


958 


20 


209 


169 


108 


10 


SO.*} 


270 


257 


26 


80 


95 


68 


5 


640 


518 


477 


92 


920 


746 


738 


68 


670 


499 


448 


88 


418 


849 


S21 


16 


9840 


2547 


9408 


193 


3264 


2304 


9980 


162 


4869 


3710 


8666 


977 


2760 


•J178 


9075 


109 


3^4 


2237 


9220 


168 


2aiN) 


2023 


1950 


114 


1877 


1053 


904 


70 


791 


686 


643 


39 


180 


127 


114 


11 


1188 


943 


994 


68 



10 
15 
£0 
11 
11 
19 
16 
4 
89 
60 
88 

18 
176 
148 
967 
1U8 
151 
146 

65 

88 
8 

63 



50 
It* 
807 

84 
138 

W 
303 

44 
813 
4.W 
353 

179 
1439 
1694 
94it 
13M 
IHMO 
1125 

729 

400 
64 

5C6 



15 

151 
97« 

» 
IJO 
111 

m 
45 

83S 
47J 
818 

2» 
1881 
1640 
2457 
18M 
I4» 
107t 

648 

8>1 
81 

540 



in 

4t» 

m 

St 

iji 

74 
>tl 

277 

S» 

IIU 
IM 

IM 

» 
» 
111 
w 



Abatract ofMarric^eiy Birthty and DttUlu^ 1 d60. 37 

EC— YORKSHtBE.— MABBIAOES, BIRTHS, iwD DEATHS, 1B60— Diiruct*— «»(mK«i 



ECCUULL BUBIOB - 



ST.— NORTH BISIHS, 



u,m I *Mii II a> ' 
nM) Mws I ill 



TMW lA^T U 



X.— NORTHERN COTINTIES.— MAREUAGES, BIRTHS, axd DEATHS, 1860— Disiucts. 



I».- HOKTHDH B E lUAHS. 



— CUMBEBLAtrS. 



— WEBTMO KLARD. 



3d Ahetracl af Matviages, Births, and DeatJts, 1880. 

XL— JIONMOUTBSHIEB iin> WALES.— MAEEIAGES. BIttTHS, *SD DEATHS, 1880- 



C ABM AltTHE KSH IBB. 



rEMBHOKF.siiinE. 



CARDIOAKSBIRE, 



It ItF.CK SOCKSniRF. 



ItADyoBSHISE. 



n.lSTSHIRE. 
DESDIGnSllIKE. 



iiEitioXETiisnntE. 



CARNABrOKBHIBF.. 



ASOLESET. 



Abstract of Births and Deaths, I860. 



8» 



L— LONDON.— BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1860— Sub-distbicts. 



1 
s 

8 
4 

e 

7 



1 



1 

8 



1 
9 



1 
S 



1 

9 
8 



1 
9 
8 
4 

e 



1 

s 

8 

4 



1 

9 
8 
4 
3 



1 

9 
3 



1 

9 



SUB-DISTBICTS. 



AmcA 

In 
Statute 
Acnf* 



O 



•»4 



I 



TOTAL 



(O 






BUTBt. 



Ind 
nimri 



Iodine 

timato 

rtlu. 



IDeittlinnto 
Blrthi. 



3 



Deaths. 



91 



t 



MIDDIiESEX (part q/). 

1.— KSKflnroTOM. 

St. MaiT raddinffton W - - 

St. John Paddington - - . 

KoDsinffton Town IT - - - 

Rrompioa --- — — — 

Si. Petor Haminemnith * - 

St. Paul Bammenmith - - - 

Falbam r- - - - •> - 



t.— Chujsa. 



Cheliea Sooth - - 
CbelMa H orth-W«t 
ChelMa North-£aat • 



rw - - - - 



8.— St. Omiob HAwoYn Sqcaks. 

TTanorer Sqnart -.-->- 
May Fair ir ----- - 



4.— WUTMllltl 1ft. 



St. John 
St. 



Margant IT 



f . St. MAETur-ni-Tiu-FiiLM. 

Charlnir Crooa IT - - - - - 
L4B( Aora ------- 



6.— St. JAMn WUTMIKtTBft. 

B4rwiek Street ------ 

ftt. Jamei't Sqoare - - - . . 
GoldonSqoare IP - - - - • 



r.— KABTLBSOmt. 



An soQii - - 

Carendish Sqoar* 
Biciorjr W- - 
8t.Mar7 - - 
Cliritteboroh 
St.John- - - 



8S7 

4dO 

1244 

6M 

S118 
1894 



808 
tlS 
S84 



445 
186 
880 



MO 
687 



988 

43 



8.- 
Hampataad If 



9.— Pahcbas. 



Ragmt'* Park - - 

Ttottanham Covrt w 
Otmj*t Inn 1mm 
Soman Town — — 
CamdonTowQ If - 
Ktntich Town - - 



10.— ISLIVOTOH. 



ItHoffioaWett W 
IdingtonEaat W 



11.— HAOKirBT. 



Bloke Xtwinfton 
Stamfordmu - 
WertHaekiMr - 

ney Wn 
Sooth 



19.-ST. OlLlf. 

St. Ooorre Bloomiborr - • 
St. Oll«» Sooth IT - - . 
St. OiJet North - - . . 



18.— Stband. 

St. Anne Soho - - - 
St. Manr-le-Strand - - 
St. Clement Danee - - 



95 

85 
84 



111 
118 
118 
108 
518 
849 



9959 



497 
145 
165 
184 
171 
1884 



19S8 
1809 



888 
815 
479 
1781 
479 



129 
68 

60 



88 

67 
89 



89015 
88769 
51910 
18198 
5415 
10104 
15580 



916.54 
19800 
91886 



19778 
19885 
55118 



87488 
80780 



11071 
11618 



10807 
10758 
18666 



90059 

I50l|t» 
96699 
93403 
84913 
32540 



19106 



84097 
29871 
278(18 
89099 
93266 
44317 



75449 
'79890 



6608 

541)3 
943o5 
8M8I 
15458 



17899 
19183 
17201 



17426 
10348 
152U7 



1965 
881 

1054 
497 
159 
568 
594 



898 
695 
699 



441 

946 

1598 



1804 
918 



969 
881 



847 
184 
417 



890 
841 
877 
798 
1047 
951 



489 



1064 
860 
864 

1903 
982 

1478 



9606 
9610 



158 
194 
820 
1015 
496 



499 

803 
557 



750 
786 
1016 
487 
98 
867 
860 



519 
648 
479 



800 

998 

1299 



818 
887 



665 

456 
870 
918 
89 
971 
964 



899 
856 

848 



597 

28.n 

410 I 



893 
945 



986 
131 
867 



758 
997 
909 
497 
789 
879 



976 



699 

824 
589 
756 
768 
709 



1645 
1888 



97 

79 

417 

698 

969 



999 

797 
843 



892 
911 
496 



198 
818 



665 

475 



189 
154 



178 

91 

918 



488 

186 
494 
415 
587 

487 



947 



547 
448 
48n 
640 
499 
781 



1848 
184S 



68 

61 

499 

495 
251 



915 
488 
988 



956 

150 
914 



600 
495 
784 
900 

70 



960 



976 
889 
844 



905 

118 
TIO 



488 



180 
177 



174 

98 

904 



461 
175 
458 

888 
510 
464 



916 



517 
419 
484 

658 
490 
747 



1985 

1967 



91 

65 

400 

590 

945 



914 
870 
974 



971 
185 
196 



95 
15 
49 
10 
6 
9 
19 



8 
80 
15 



10 
17 
17 



10 
50 



14 

4 



8 

4 
94 



9 

4 

91 

66 

91 
19 



16 
97 
11 
17 
79 
19 



80 
45 



9 
1 

7 

86 
5 



7 

81 

6 



11 

I 



95 

19 
88 
4 
3 
19 
15 



9 
99 
11 



10 
19 
91 



19 



19 
8 



1 

8 

16 



18 
10 
100 
76 
22 
18 



7 
29 
16 
16 
71 
22 



49 
81 



1 

1 

19 

42 
5 



2 

87 

8 



18 

2 
8 



878 
878 
466 
929 
51 
168 
187 



996 
958 
980 



146 

188 
679 



489 
455 



170 
193 



118 

81 

181 



409 
109 
448 
918 
803 
951 



184 



980 
417 
294 
857 
862 
842 



880 
681 



49 

85 
903 
861 
181 



147 
884 
179 



150 
112 
924 



877 
808 
550 
2.58 
47 
190 
178 



916 
990 
249 



154 

95 

560 



881 
489 



158 

199 



193 

50 

186 



856 
118 
461 
979 
889 



149 



883 

407 
295 
809 
406 

367 



815 
709 



68 

44 

914 

889 
188 



145 
343 
171 



163 
99 

909 



146 

638 

-t-te 

54 

196 

m 



'88 



141 

18 






111 
53 
40 



lU 
114 

8ul 
965 
879 



16f 



449 
86 

278 
587 

914 

7d9 



083 



67 
419 
029 



187 
!2I4 



74 

-i6 



Xotb.— The Sob-dbtrieti are rab-diTldoni of the DistrtcU, and eompriM the l*ariahei or Plaees In whieh the Birthi and Deaths ai« 
re#i»tered hj Refietrar* •ererally appointed for that porpo^. 

The loiter ITdenotto that the Sob-district eootaine within its limits a Wwkhonse belonfiof to the Distriet or Union ; w ind if tee 
that a Workhonse belon^nf to amoOer District or Union b ineloded. 

Wbertrer the minos stgn ( - ) is nreftxed to Uie nomber* firen in the C<domn headed ** Excess of Births orer Deaths,** It deaotes 
that the Births in the Sob-district, instead of exceeding the Deaths, were, in fact, lem than DWDsoOf to the extent stetcd. 

The Excess ot DteOha orer Births in soTeral of the SobHlistricis of London is attribotahle to tlM mortality in IlospitAls. 
* For the nomber of Deaths la the Uospluls, Workhooses, and other principal Poblie Institntions in London, see pp. 88-4. 



40 



Abstract of Births and Deaths^ I860. 



L— LONDON.— BIRTHS Ain> DEATHS, 1860— Sub-disthicts— conttntieff. 



1 
9 
8 



1 
9 
S 
4 



1 

9 
S 
4 



1 
S 



1 
9 



1 

9 
S 
4 
i 



1 

9 
8 
4 
ft 
6 



1 
9 

a 

4 



1 

9 
8 
4 
8 
6 
f 



1 

9 



1 
9 



SUB-DISTBICTS. 



MIDDLESEX (part t^fy-eontitmd, 

14.—HOLIOBN. 

St. George-the-Martyr - - - - - 
8fc. Andrew Holbom W - - - - 
SaAoo HiU- ------ - 

15.— Clkekskwill. 

SLJamM ir------- 

AmweU --------- 

PeatoDTille -------- 

GoiwellStreat ------- 



16.— St. Lukb. 

Old Street - - - - - 

CityRoftd - - - - 

WhIteeroM Street - - • 

Unsbury - - - - - 



17.— East Londom. 



St. Botolph 
Cripplegota 



M.-WWT LOKDON. 

West London North* IF - - - 
Wast London South - - - - - 



19.— LOKDOSf CiTT. 

London City South-west 
London City North-west 
London City South - - - 
London City South-east - - 
London City North-east - - 



90.— Shoexditcb. 

Holywell- _ - - - - 
St. Leonard ----- 
Hoxton New Town 
Hoxton Old Town 
Hasgerstone West 
Haggerstone East 



to 



W 



21.— BXTHWAL OSSBN . 

HaekneyRoad - - - - . 

Green wr ----- ■ 

Church ------- 

Town ----__. 



22.— Whitkchapsl. 



Artniery- - - - - 
Spltalfields - - - - 
Mile End New Town W 
Whitecbapel North W - 
Whitechanel Church* - 
Goodman s Fields - - 
Aldgate - - - - - 



28.— St. Gbokqb-in-thx-East. 



St. Mary 
St. Paul - 
St. John 



W 



a4a.— Stspmst. 

ShadweU TT - - - - 
BatcUff ir - - - - - 
Limehonse W - - - ~ 



24 h. Mils End Old Town. 

Mile End Old Town Western - •< 
Mile End Old Town Eastern Wvo - 



25.— POPLAK. 



Bow^ V) - 
Poplar W 



SURREY (part <tO. 

96.— St. SATiouft Socthwabk. 

Christchurch IT - - - - - 
St.SaTiour ------- 



27.— St. Qlavs Southwabx. 
StOlaTo* -----_, 
St. John Horoleydown If - . . 



ABBA 

in 
Statute 
Aoies. 


• 

P 


TOTAL 




BiBTHfl. 




Dbatbb. 


t 




g 

< 


Including 

Ulegitinuite 

Births. 


niefritimate 
Births. 


1 




8 




• 

8 




• 

s 


1^ 






1 






1 


1 


1 




&4 


e; 


Q 


1 a 


fh 


S 


£ 


A 


£ 


u 


108 


19903 


554 


447 


291 


903 


4 


7 


208 


241 


ier 


83 


I3f947 


415 


884 


207 


208 


IS 


21 


193 


191 


n 


60 


12012 


820 


229 


154 


166 


2 


4 


115 


U4 


n 


74 


10152 


672 


540 


382 


340 


29 


27 


293 


247 


m 


82 


172.'SO 


576 


29:) 


281 


295 


7 


4 


151 


14S 


» 


184 


18U79 


462 


iM) 


231 


281 


4 


5 


107 


14^ 


2tS 


90 


1621IU 


562 


8U8 


290 


272 


4 


9 


151 


157 


294 


52 


11504 


431 


217 


220 


211 


6 


8 


109 


lOS 


«4 


77 


178C0 


1149 


417 


5.-i8 


591 


10 


9 


215 


902 


?a 


83 


14778 


471 


815 


238 


283 


4 


2 


161 


154 


W 


58 


12931 


402 


9S5 


217 


185 


7 


4 


146 


119 


i3! 


85 


20900 


676 


422 


341 


885 


9 


7 


202 


910 


214 


68 


19697 


650 


40U 


854 


296 


10 


8 


194 


2U6 


»t 


47 


11750 


884 


978 


190 


194 


18 


24 


508 


88*. 


-» 


91 


15.195 


424 


817 


916 


208 


5 


5 


167 


150 


67 


7762 


188 


148 


95 


98 


5 


5 


T4 


69 


4S 


72 


9020 


145 


142 


84 


61 


8 


1 


88 


54 


1 


100 


8570 


214 


147 


109 


105 


1 


4 


70 


77 


17 


108 


8058 


199 


162 


91 


108 


- 


4 


7V 


83 


ff 


92 


11M4 


2H6 


190 


184 


154 


2 


5 


T5 


lU 


» 


68 


17313 


631 


884 


832 


299 


11 


15 


191 


193 


Hf 


75 


19188 


707 


428 


870 


887 


18 


12 


222 


206 


Bf 


ISO 


2A51<t 


1U22 


063 


511 


511 


82 


80 


838 


824 


9» 


116 


2.W77 


1(«9 


495 


528 


501 


m 


15 


245 


250 


m 


182 


232U0 


9H2 


664 


497 


485 


29 


87 


857 


807 


311 


125 


17810 


719 


853 


868 


356 


7 


12 


171 


183 


m 


141 


26208 


]a'!3 


539 


517 


586 


12 


11 


283 


296 


M 


801 


31789 


1191 


701 


627 


564 


39 


28 


4U1 


890 


4W 


182 


25.'^28 


1002 


463 


488 


514 


9 


12 


224 


2» 


m 


90 


£1486 


913 


425 


448 


465 


6 


12 


196 


239 


«8 


25 


6557 


221 


123 


09 


122 


1 


1 


82 


61 


« 


53 


15700 


516 


805 


261 


255 


6 


10 


152 


153 


2U 


C4 


153JJ2 


636 


577 


846 


290 


87 


87 


281 


296 





58 


12122 


425 


289 


231 


194 


8 


2 


171 


118 


111 


47 


8(M>-i 


293 


509 


146 


147 


1 


2 


316 


193 


-S6 


51 


111H6 


415 


278 


2()1 


214 


5 


5 


151 


127 


Iff 


106 


9971 


265 


259 


148 


117 


— 


■• 


145 


U4 


6 


62 


18181 


678 


458 


833 


845 


5 


14 


224 


284 


» 


84 


21015 


807 


471 


422 


385 


7 


4 


259 


212 


391 


97 


9695 


885 


864 


2i>8 


192 


84 


2S 


188 


176 


SI 


179 


12587 


876 


832 


205 


171 


17 


11 


130 


193 


44 


182 


16874 


525 


456 


280 


245 


5 


8 


261 


ISG 


t$ 


265 


27161 


995 


541 


516 


479 


11 


10 


272 


269 


m 


101 


88747 


1318 


722 


658 


660 


10 


9 


885 


8P7 


m 


490 


30317 


1428 


826 


717 


7U 


26 


22 


410 


416 


«B 


1428 


85667 


1359 


938 


700 


659 


19 


21 


507 


431 


4fl 


1490 


4S529 


1641 


962 


828 


813 


23 


15 


516 


446 


e79 


95 


17060 


661 


484 


840 


821 


92 


18 


996 


208 


ssr 


155 


19101 


666 


500 


826 


840 


8 


6 


221 


279 


m 


75 


7663 


185 


835 


99 


86 


6 


8 


597 


238 


-t 


94 


11388 


859 


294 


171 


188 


8 


f 


155 


189 



FiuSiSstt'jSSihJir^iSSuKSrtu^Ku^ 



Mstract of Births and Deaths, 1860. 41 

L— LONDON.— BIRTHS aito DEATHS, 1860— SuB-DaTBiore— cmitfuaeA 



8UB-DISTHICT8. 






St. Mutt irncilalui 
LHthcrMiHui - 

«.-St. Cnui 
Kmt-md - - . 
Lvtlon-nHd- -^ ' 









C— W4HMWMTB . 



St Put DlliUbTi] - 

at. Mk fcalM Djptlhtd 

OncDHlcIl Enal* ir* ' 

WiK^wicbDiKknrd- - 



LcwUhun TUtw* 1* - 



i I 



IL— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIES— BIKTHS i»d DEATHS, 1660— Sub-dibtbicis. 





n. 


-Et%->». 






■d - 






CITOT^T. 


aass. 


IT 






M,-( 


,™,™n. 








W 





Ml HimiU 



ud thi CulSB VaUOBH H 



d ia ,lbl« BiJiiUiUM. Ftr tli* m 



ifDMlii Ib Uum 



42 JbOract c/Birtht and Dealfu, 1 

TL— SOUTH BA8TEBN COUNTIBEL— BIBTH8 *to DBATHS, 



HadliT )^ - - 
WHta7 W- - - 

C«J -_- - - 

B«I^ W- - - - • 
41.— GopnoHi. 

CnrJan IT - - - - 
Khifflmi W - - - - 

CUiWinnt V' 

Sir : 

GikiHnl r - - - - - 

<■.— MOITB Atibtou). 
NoMti&M ------ 

Bmnl IT ----- - 



Tni>t|rMK WdU 



Jihiract cf Birtfit and Deaths, 1860. 48 

ir. -SOUTH EASTEBN COUBTIES.— BIRTHS Ain> DEATHS, 1860— Sra-DmBicr*— emioiMrf. 



Mudn jr- - - ~ . 
vrMXiibmi*' III 
£wi)ciMn<»- . . . 

M.— BDUivaiomii. 
n R 

Hrtjt«lfn« ir ' 

fin- ■ - 

CntartBrr IT - - - - 

Stmj , - - . _' . 

line r - - - - - 

WhlHUl^ ..... 

Bnacliln ..... 

M.-UlLTOH. 

KB^ 2 1 Z 1 Z 

uju* . r r r ; r 



44 



Abstract of Birtiis and Deaths, I860. 



IL— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIES.— BIBTflS axd DEATHS, 1860— Sub-distsicts— «oiitiM(e£ 



SUB-DISTBICTS. 



AmsA 

in 
Statute 

ACTM. 



TOTAL 



CO 

a 



CO 

m 



BUTBl. 



Indttdfajg 

nioffitimiSe 

Birth*. 



Dlecitiinate 
nSkhi. 



I i 



DSATBl. 



S 

"a 



e 






No. 

1 
2 



3.— SUSSEX. 

75.— Kt«. 



Rye W- 

BecUer 



76.— HAinsoe. 

Ore W- - - - - - 

AU8aint« - - - - - 
St. M«r7-in-th»-CMtIe - - 



77.— BATTLI. 



Bexhtn - 
Kwbunt ' 
Battle r 



78.— EASTBOUmWB. 

Weetluun ----- 
SMtbonnie W ~ - - - 



79.-HAILeHAlC. 
Hefl<h>in - - . . . 
HeUingly IT - - - - 



80.— TicBBumkr. 

Tfoehont IT - - - - 
Salehnrst • - - • . 
Wedhunt - - - - - 
Fnat ------ 



81.— UCKTISLD. 



Rolharfleld 
Frmmfleld 
Isileld W 
liaresfleld 



8S.— Ear GBiHtTXAP. 

Withyfaam ------ 

East Qrinnead IT - - - - 

Worth If ----- - 



88.— CUOKTIZLD. 

lindfldd - - - . - 
Cn^ileld IT - - - - 
Hnn^^ierpoint - - - - 



84.— Lswii. 



DitehUnf - 
Chailey IT- 
Lewes W - 
Weitflrle W 
Newharen W 
Bottingdc 



80.- BmiOBTOM. 

Kemp Town- - - . - 
8t.Peter IT - - - - 
The Palace - - - - - 



86.— STmnwo. 

Shoreham If - - - - 
Bteyning- - - - _ - 



87.— HomaHAM. 

South Horsham - - - - 
North Horsham IT - - 



88.— FXTWOBTH. 

BflUnffshorst - - - - 
Petworth IT - - - - 



80.— Thakbham. 

Punxmnigh - - - - - 
Washington W- - - - 



00.- WOBTHIXO. 

Broadwater - - - - - 
Littlehampton IT - - - 
Arondel W~ - - . . 



16206 
S3073 



1187S 
8070 



80660 

1S804 
80176 



18827 
19146 



15S4.) 
28130 



16526 

118S7 

151S7 

8878 



28837 

14918 

A819 

25156 



18858 

24061 
18888 



18688 
24564 
18676 



17814 
18404 
6870 
14404 
11751 
16711 



S820 



20973 
28871 



24416 
82607 



21073 
18257 



180C4 
22585 



8485 
19888 
14000 



6853 
6574 



81S8 

74.19 

15884 



4512 
2674 
5494 



S5D4 
8127 



Wi.1 
6663 



4901 
8181 
4075 
2469 



6101 
8102 
2494 
5503 



8048 
6468 
4581 



4218 
8792 
6158 



8948 
4947 
10116 
2379 
8218 
3392 



18589 
42156 
21948 



18369 
5684 



4514 
10799 



4245 
5152 



8878 
4189 



8S87 
6737 
8797 



212 

177 



137 
25.1 
880 



182 

82 

175 



82 
326 



165 
221 



165 

1)4 

124 

88 



207 
92 
01 

172 



85 
208 
150 



168 
218 
198 



125 
143 
814 

67 
142 

79 



807 

1447 

509 



461 
167 



186 
329 



189 
150 



102 
121 



192 
180 
188 



140 
106 



83 
187 
365 



78 

48 

126 



42 



97 
119 



90 
50 
65 
57 



125 
44 

68 
92 



65 

08 
88 



89 

114 

98 



98 

90 
205 
22 
48 
86 



282 
959 
410 



365 
88 



68 
328 



71 
111 



63 
61 



146 

104 

88 



110 


103 


11 


16 


T5 


65 


94 


83 


T 


7 


52 


54 


Tl 


M 


6 


4 


40 


a 


119 


VM 


8 


6 


81 


56 


199 


181 


8 


6 


136 


129 


68 


64 


4 


f 


48 


80 


42 


40 


1 


3 


82 


3S 


86 


80 


7 


9 


60 


66 


88 


44 


4 


8 


21 


21 


108 


118 


8 


6 


72 


54 


83 


82 


4 


9 


50 


47 


109 


112 


14 


15 


68 


56 


77 


88 


7 


18 


62 


47 


68 


46 


2 


C 


S3 


27 


61 


63 


6 


8 


33 


82 


44 


51 


1 


4 


28 


28 


104 


108 


6 


6 


75 


50 


47 


45 


2 


4 


91 


23 


25 


86 


8 


6 


37 


31 


85 


87 


4 


6 


49 


43 


49 


36 


2 


8 


32 


83 


107 


95 


11 


9 


55 


48 


78 


72 


2 


a 


40 


43 


69 


84 


1 


1 


42 


47 


95 


118 


9 


14 


71 


43 


100 


98 


6 


5 


52 


46 


72 


53 


4 




58 


84 


8U 


68 


6 


4 


45 


45 


157 


157 


12 


16 


101 


104 


36 


31 


8 


1 


8 


14 


79 


63 


8 


6 


29 


19 


80 


49 




2 


15 


21 


146 


161 




11 


136 


156 


764 


683 




61 


466 


483 


368 


246 




17 


2U3 


307 


340 


311 




10 


137 


126 


96 


71 




8 


49 


44 


68 


68 




2 


81 


82 


167 


162 




10 


117 


106 


79 


00 




2 


81 


46 


71 


79 




14 


«5 


56 


56 


46 




2 


S2 


81 


65 


56 




8 


82 


29 


98 


94 




S 


67 


79 


98 


82 




2 


69 


45 


66 


68 


4 


6 


M 


48 



n 
n 



41 

111 
lU 



54 



in 



m 

•4 

m 
a 



a 

■i 



m 
w 



€4 

M 
95 



M9 
45 

M 

4i 



4S8 

St 



74 






Abstract of Births and Deatksj 1860. 45 

n— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIEa— BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1860— Sub-dwteicts— coii/miierf. 



SUB-DISTBICTS. 



Aaba 


i 


in 


k 


Statute 


o 


Acres. 






t 




A> 




O 




&4 



TOTAL 



en 



a 



2 



BiBTBt. 



Inelndini 

LUegitiina 

Births. 



S. 



I 



niegitima 
Births. 



timate 



I 



t 

e 



Dbatbs. 



s 

"a 



No. 
1 

s 

8 

4 
$ 



3.— SUSSEX— cofiHntMd. 

91.— WnraAMPMSTT. 

Maahood .--.-- 
Wyke ------- 

Tapton _----. 

Boxxrore ]f" - - - - - 

SingMon ------ 

93.— CHICmsTKB. 

Sotton IT ----- - 

Chichester IT - - - - - 

Sovth Bersted - - - - - 

98.— Ml]>ai{BtT. 

3(idhartt IT - - - - - 

Fembnrtt ------ 

Harting- ------ 

94.— WltTBOUBMB. 

Fnntington ------ 

WestbooriM W- - - - - 

4.— HAMPSHIRE. 

95.— Hay A VT. 
HaTant IT- - - - - - 

96.— POBTIBA laLAMD. 

Kingston W - - - - - 
PortaeaTown - - - - _ 
Portsmouth Town - - - . 
Landport ------ 

97.- ALTIBiTOKB. 

AlT«rs«oka IT - - - - - 

96.— Fabbhak. 

Farebam IT - - - - - 
Titohfleld --.-.. 

99.— IfLB or WlOBT. 
Cowee ------ ^ 

Newport IT- - - - - - 

Rfde ------- 

OodshiU- ------ 

Calbovne ------ 

100.— Ltmi kotom. 
Lrminfton FT - - - - - 

101.— Chbutchubch. 
Christchureh If - - - - 

lOS.— BmowooD. 
Bingwood )r - - - - . 

lOB.— FOBDIKOBBUMB. 

FonUnghridgo FT - - - . 

101.— Kbw FOBBtT. 

Ljndbvnt ------ 

Kawiey ------- 

Eang r ----- - 

105.- SOUTHAMPTOK. 
SottthamptoB 9f - - - . 

108.-SOUTB STOMBHAM. 
8t.Mar7 Extra - - - - - 
^ottth Stonefaam IT - - - 
Milbrook -----. 

107.— BOMIBT. 

Romter W - . - - . 
MiehelaMfth ..... 



174.W 
11452 
18«74 
16752 
1S680 



10S16 
1830 
8006 



90218 
17tl84 
27G06 



18768 
14120 



24527 



7806 



5222 



21060 
21186 



10680 
194»( 
17894 

96988 
25000 



24387 
17002 



88775 



88300 



3U67 



25728 
83480 

2bJ79 



2680 



9605 

10764 

loose 



9778 
18427 



8418 
2909 
8000 
8638 
1846 



2768 
8881 
8128 



5258 
2786 
4537 



8231 
8726 



7212 



28069 
1984(7 
10346 
41428 



22853 



9640 
5234 



10449 

inrai 

17715 
8090 
5417 



8070 
4024 



10438 



8857 



6877 



•855 

4202 
0952 



48414 



5675 

8021 

11246 



6795 
8876 



102 
100 

85 
106 

46 



83 

207 

68 



134 

H2 

148 



70 
107 



178 



Has 

24<( 
1578 



286 
165 



862 
391 
501 
280 
168 



203 
113 



285 



156 



904 



85 
114 
170 



1624 



195 
286 
841 



206 
188 



57 
41 
46 
76 
80 



198 

56 



107 
62 
81 



49 
80 



141 



648 
366 

838 



546 



209 
VU 



181 
S'i2 
240 
I'-'l 
04 



121 
72 



175 



80 



111 



43 

5M 
99 



834 



51 
1st 
1/7 



lin 

72 



42 
54 
46 
45 
26 



43 

107 

81 



65 
83 
68 



82 
53 



91 



487 
2VJ 
l.«l 
799 



401 



120 

8S 



175 
2U0 
24 1 
115 
03 



112 
55 



149 



75 



100 



xa 
w 

»3 



828 



ro 

l.ss> 
17t> 



111 
70 



60 
46 
89 
63 



40 

100 

87 



09 
49 
75 



88 

54 



87 



432 
24<i 
107 
779 



340 



116 
77 



187 
182 
258 
115 
65 



97 
58 



183 



81 



104 



46 

54 
b7 



'96 



91 

12: 



97 
63 



29 

JO 

6 

17 



14 



5 
19 
8 
5 
5 



13 



10 



41 



4 
10 

4 



1 


82 


25 


2 


20 


21 


- 


21 


25 


7 


41 


87 


** 


14 


10 


3 


86 


29 


8 


111 


82 


1 


28 


28 


5 


51 


56 


8 


80 


S3 


8 


48 


83 


. 


22 


27 


1 


88 


42 


4 


68 


TS 


24 


818 


33f> 


4 


lui 


175 


9 


111 


tM 


28 


410 


428 


IS 


853 


198 


7 


121 


88 


5 


42 


*» 


5 


92 


89 


16 


183 


l-{9 


9 


107 


133 


7 


66 


55 


2 


81 


38 


8 


65 


56 


5 


80 


42 


10 


90 


85 


9 


S3 


56 


12 


57 


54 


2 


26 


19 


2 


19 


8» 


11 


52 


47 


26 


455 


870 


2 


SI 


20 


8 


<:i» 


• 2 





66 


Oi 





n 


58 


5 


42 


80 



45 
50 
89 
80 
16 



18 
14 
IS 



S7 
20 
6S 



21 



251 

167 

42 

T40 



195 



27 
75 



181 
69 
261 
169 
104 



68 

41 



110 



67 



9S 



40 
56 
71 



790 



144 
155 
164 



92 

61 



46 



Abstract ofBirtlis and Deaths^ I860. 



IL— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1860— Sub-districts— «mtiw«d 



'Sq. 

1 
s 



1 

9 



1 
S 



1 
3 



1 
% 
8 



1 
9 
8 

4 



1 

9 
3 



1 

S 
8 



1 

9 
8 



1 

9 
8 
4 
A 



SUB-DISTBIGTS. 



AmxA 

In 
Sutttto 
Aerot* 



as 

o 






TOTAL 



CD 

a 



4.~HAMPSHZRX:— eo*»rt»u«(f. 

108.— Stockbhidos. 
Broughton ->.--.. 
Stookbridge jf- - - - - - 

109.— WmciusTiB. 

MUebeldeTer ----_. 

The Worthy* ---_-- 
Winehwter Jf ----- - 

Twyford- ------- 

Hiinlex IT- ------ 

110.— Dftoxrou). 

Bishops Waltham - - - - - 

Wwtmoon ------- 

Hambledon ff- - - - - - 

Ul.— Gatbxbimoton. 
HorndMa IT ----- - 

111.— PBTBMFIW.n. 

Petendeld r ----- - 

Eastmoon ------- 

113.— ALEISrOftD. 
Boplcj -------- 

Alresferd IT ------ 

114.— Alton. 

Alton ir------- 

Binttod -------- 

lU.-HAmTLBT WlllTRBT. 

OdibAm -------- 

Hartley Wlntaey IT - - - - 

116.— BAtllfOSTOKl. 

Badnntoke ^- - - - - - 

Bnunley- ------- 

Dttznmer — — — — — — — 

117.— Whitcboscb. 
Whitchnrch |F- - - - - - 

118.— AVDOYXB. 

Longparish ------- 

Lndffenball ------- 

Andorer |f^----«- — 

HuntbonriM Tarrant - - - - 

119.— KlHOSCLIBX. 

Higbelero ------- 

Klngiolere IF ----- - 

5.— BERKSHIRE. 

190.— Kewbukt. 

Thatebam ------- 

Newbnry W ------ 

Speen -------- 

121.— HUKOEEJrOM). 

Kintborr ------- 

Uunffertord JF ----- - 

Lamboom ------- 

199.— Fasixodoii. 

SbrlTenbam ------- 

Farinsdon IF ----- - 

Bnckland ------- 

198.— Aaxxodom. 

Frileld -------- 

Amngdon IT ----- - 

Cumnor -------- 

If nneham Courtney - - - - - 

Sutton Courtney - - - - . - 



24094 
90649 



18578 
21119 
3801 
18785 
16388 



12714 
18700 
21840 



10681 



10561 
20551 



93149 
16619 



25575 
27489 



92058 
19998 



19884 
91591 
89877 



99518 



27858 
94658 
12706 
18896 



19500 
87287 



15897 

6591 

91108 



28788 
4^1590 
83804 



19114 
19788 
25355 



7988 
12083 
18118 
12U00 
10377 



8709 
8677 



9847 
8577 
14980 
4208 
2S50 



8967 
2177 
5821 



9497 



8179 
9681 



8608 
8674 



7197 
4866 



6515 
4865 



7784 
5006 
4889 



8522 



4284 

8538 
6485 
9875 



8957 
8960 



8998 
7193 
7580 



4896 
9830 
5854 



45?1 
6222 
4945 



1861 
8072 
9853 
8500 
8975 



109 
108 



44 

77 
850 
117 

69 



89 

52 

155 



85 



165 

77 



94 
96 



219 

170 



194 
167 



954 
128 
100 



109 



198 

101 

904 

80 



77 
179 



190 
191 
282 



151 
264 
168 



128 
166 
158 



47 

290 

85 

98 

119 






BUTHI. 



Ineloding 

XUegitiniata 

Birtht. 



Dlegjtimate 

filltlM. 



68 
57 



27 

£8 

270 

59 

41 



44 

49 
94 



58 



108 
41 



41 

56 



148 

81 



140 
108 



177 
90 
60 



189 



77 

70 

140 

44 



60 
111 



98 
177 
189 



76 
206 
118 



88 
182 
110 



88 

926 
AS 

194 
74 



DIATB8. 



o 

I 

oj 

I 



51 
45 


59 
57 


* 


1 
4 


41 
99 


as 
2i 


18 
87 
178 
48 
98 


81 
40 
177 
69 
48 


j 


1 

9 

19 

4 
9 


11 
81 
186 
98 
19 


16 

27 

184 

29 

99 


44 
99 

77 


45 
80 
78 


- 


4 
7 


98 
98 
41 


21 

21 

Si 


49 


86 




9 


81 


99 


. 89 
89 


76 
45 




4 
3 


44 
94 


89 
17 


48 
51 


46 
45 


- 


9 
6 


99 

98 


19 

98 


116 

80 


108 
90 




5 
8 


74 
47 


89 
84 


110 
79 


84 
88 




4 
5 


n 

50 


88 
58 


119 
65 
57 


185 
63 
48 


19 


19 
8 

4 


85 

51 
97 


92 

S9 


84 


85 




7 


88 


66 


64 
54 

100 

48 


69 

47 

104 

89 




9 

9 

11 

8 


88 

87 
87 
97 


88 
83 
83 

17 


88 

90 


48 

89 




9 

9 


89 
87 


98 
54 


107 

91 

194 


88 
100 
106 


15 


6 
18 

5 


48 
98 
88 


59 
79 
Tl 


79 

127 

90 


72 

187 

78 


18 


9 

7 

4 


98 

110 

81 


48 

96 
52 


65 
90 
85 


88 
76 
73 


11 


8 
10 
19 


41 
88 
80 


41 
50 


20 

189 

44 

50 

1 w 


97 
158 
41 
48 
67 


19 


8 

18 

1 
8 

e 


14 
110 
91 
60 
48 


19 
116 
82 
64 
81 



ST 
4» 



17 
I» 
60 
65 
S» 



a 

i 
ei 



a 



o 

4» 



74 






77 

» 
4» 



81 
M 

8S 



17 
68 



9t 
14 



i8 
45 



48 
34 

48 



14 
M 

O 

«8 



Jbatract of Births and Deaths^ 1860. 47 

n— SOUTH EASTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1860— Sub-districts— coB/imierf. 



SUB-DI3TRICTS. 



AmxA 

in 
StatnU 
Aem. 



Ko, 



5.~BERKSHZR£— condniMd. 

IM.— WAMTAOS. 

Waotag* IT ------- 

ii«i«r - -------- 

iss.— WALUMoromiK 
Chobej --------- 

WaUiflfford IT------- 

1J8.— BftADFlILD. 

Boeklebnrj ir------- 

MortinMr ---..--. 

1S7.— RlADIKO. 

St.Mwy IT -----_. 

9t.lAwreiioa ------- 

SUOilM- -------- 

US.— WUKIMOHAM. 

WoUn^uun W -----.- 
Waifraw -------» 

lS9.-COOKHAIf. 
Bnr ------__. 

Oookham IT ------- 

BraakneU ir------- 

Saadhant -------- 

Ifham --------- 

WbdMr IT- ------- 



S9S48 
1906O 



SSBIl 
18049 



83949 
28409 
U8U 



1846 

819 

SS88 



2810r 
19119 



16489 
18198 



10614 
4S69 



19108 
10804 



o 



g 



TOTAL 






1 



7804 
6685 

4869 



8982 
7785 



6S8S 
4081 
6806 



10040 

4786 

10900 



7807 
6658 



6714 
6317 



6165 
1971 



7680 
18681 



BtSTIlS. 



iQcInding 

lUeffidnute 

Birthi. 



Illegitimate 
jJirthi. 



Dbatbs. 



287 


175 


121 


106 


7 


4 


99 


83 


178 


97 


86 


92. 


7 


7 


48 


49 


150 


106 


86 


73 


8 


7 


51 


55 


193 


105 


88 


105 


5 


7 


52 


53 


808 


149 


102 


106 


8 


14 


68 


81 


168 


146 


84 


84 


7 





84 


62 


180 


80 


84 


55 


6 


1 


47 


83 


155 


74 


78 


77 


8 


4 


84 


40 


873 


211 


188 


185 


7 


17 


105 


106 


147 


05 


81 


66 


18 


6 


49 


46 


886 


814 


165 


101 


11 


8 


107 


107 


244 


148 


182 


119 


10 


9 


80 


68 


187 


98 


102 


85 


7 


4 


48 


85 


907 


116 


105 


108 


6 


7 


54 


68 


189 


108 


101 


86 


a 


4 


52 


51 


157 


98 


80 


77 


8 


8 


50 


48 


48 


16 


25 


17 


1 


1 


8 


8 


921 


190 


98 


123 


7 


6 


68 


58 


881 


26(J 


191 


190 


17 


12 


146 


110 



58 
81 
53 



88 
50 



88 

59 
81 



163 

58 

112 



109 
89 



91 

86 



64 



101 
115 



m.— SOUTH MIDLANB COUNTIES.— BIRTHS akd DEATHS, 1860— Sub-distbicts. 



1 

8 
8 
4 
5 
6 



6— MIDDLESEX 

(AtCra-Jfec/'MfioWaii). 

las.— SvAimi. 
SonboTT- — - — — - 

at«iii«' IT - - - - - 

188.— VXBKIOOI. 

HiDiiigdon JT - - - - 
Uxbrflfe - - - - - 
Hajcs ------ 

134.— BmnraroBD. 

bleworth IT - - - - 
Twiekcaluun - - - - 
Breotfiprd - - - - - 
OtUawiak - - - - - 
AetOQ ------ 

188.— HmDOV. 

wr""" ----- 

Hcndoa W ------ 

IM.— Babnbt. 

South Mimma ------ ^ 

Barnet ir------- 

FSnelilef ----..- 

187.— EDMORTOlf. 
HoniMy- .--.-__ 
T^ittenham ------- 

Bdmonton Ww - - - - - 

Entleld Ww - - - ^ - . 
Waltham Abbey - . - - - - 

Gheeboat .--.--. 




11608 
18878 



11788 
14188 



6848 
9949 
4084 
18U 
5068 



18590 
6787 
4490 
8850 



14186 
7819 
4191 



9696 
4408 
7480 
12400 
10676 
8498 



7989 
8687 



5154 
9157 



15883 
8077 

18958 
6505 
6443 



7874 
8488 
8897 
45M 



5981 
5466 
8S1 



11082 
18840 
10980 
18424 
5044 
6598 






807 
875 



810 
154 
848 



486 
288 
469 
199 
189 



809 
100 
107 
101 



188 
118 
174 



881 
434 
2»8 

441 

179 
816 



141 
196 



159 

88 

819 



879 
146 
960 
lU 
101 



140 
55 

46 
86 



89 
1U6 
885 



181 
222 
856 

180 
74 

100 



117 
185 



169 

71 

140 



968 

118 

230 

108 

64 



94 
59 
59 
55 



67 
58 
95 



179 
821 
155 
827 
77 
115 



00 
140 



141 

63 

108 



218 

121 

2tt0 

96 

68 



106 
48 
48 
46 



61 
54 

79 



152 
213 
128 
214 

102 
101 [ 



9 
9 



18 
8 
7 
8 
1 



9 
5 



8 
6 

1 



4 

8 
19 
8 
8 
8 



4 
9 



11 
6 
6 



15 
8 

18 
8 

a 



4 

8 
1 

1 



1 
7 
4 



8 
6 
1 
5 
4 
6 



75 


66 


66 


94 


102 


79 


78 


81 


151 


88 


44 


79 


119 


100 


84 


809 


170 


107 


74 


78 


98 


141 


119 


800 


50 


52 


88 


49 


52 


81 


78 


62 


68 


27 


28 


45 


85 


21 


61 


46 


40 


15 


41 


48 


88 


70 


86 


6 


201 


124 


-ISI 


91 


90 


150 


190 


108 


811 


140 


118 


85 


84 


90 


861 


38 


86 


105 


54 


46 


116 



48 



Abstract of Births and Deaths^ 1 860. 



m— SOUTH MIDLAND COUNTIES.— BIRTHS ajo) DEATHS, 1860— Sub-districts— cont 



Ko. 



3 

4 



8UB-DISTBICT8. 



A&KA 

in 
Statute 
Acres* 



e 



0. 



TOTAL 



CO 

m 






BiBTHS. 



Induding 

Illegitimate 

Births. 



i 



niegitiiDate 
Births. 



S 



e 

1 



DSATBB. 



I 



7.— HERTFORDSHZBE. 

138.— Wam. 

Hoddosdon ------- 

Stanstead ------- 

Ware IT------- 

Staadoa -------- 

139.— Bnaor SroKTroBD. 

Sawbridgeworth - - - - - - 

Stanited ------- 

BUhop Stnrtford IT - - - - 

Branghing ------- 

140.— BOTtTON. 

Bnntlngford JT- - - .- - - 
RoTston -------- 

Melboome IT- - - - - - 

141.— HlTCHIW. 

Baldock -------- 

Hitehin IT------- 

142.— HXBTPOBIX 

Watton -------- 

Hertford IT- ----- - 

143.- Hatpixld. 

Hatfleld TF------- 

Welwyn IT- ----- - 

144.— St. Albari. 

Harpenden - - - - - - - 

St. Albans IT ----- - 

145.— WATFOBD. 

Bnshey -------- 

Wattnrd IT- ----- - 

Riokmansworth ------ 

Abbots Langlej ------ 

146.— HEHBL HXMnTBAD. 

Kinirs Langley ------ 

Heme! Hempstead IT - - - - 

Flamstead ------- 

147.— BXBKIUKnTBAD. 

Rerkhampstead TT- - - - -> 
Trine -------- 

8. -BUCKINGHAM 8HIBE. 

148.— Ambbsbaic 

3n<>eenden ------- 

Chcsham- ------- 

Amerfham IT ----- - 

Chalfont- ------- 

Beaconsfleld ------« 

149.— Eton. 
Irer --------- 

Ettm TT------- 

Bumham ------- 

150.— WTCOMBB. 

HiRh Wjreombe ------ 

Great Slarlow ------ 

Wci»t Wycombe ------ 

Wendorer ------- 

Princes Bisborongh IT - - - - 

151.— ATLBSBUBT. 

Hnddenhom ------- 

Aylesbury jf^ ----- - 

A«ton Clinton ------ 

Waddosdon ------- 

152.— WnriLow. 
Winslow W -.-.-. 

















7982 

7839 

6900 

13076 


4805 
S43L 
5886 
8803 


180 
66 

102 
TO 


85 

81 

122 

61 


68 
28 
98 
48 


88' 

94 

86 


6 
1 
8 
8 


123aii 
16321) 
12732 
12246 


4278 
5040 
7982 
8912 


114 
160 

90 


«7 

70 

142 

60 


68 

82 

131 

40 


52 

78 

104 

50 


1 
8 
7 
1 


28351 
33204 
27236 


6389 

10175 
8450 


238 
845 
880 


121 
IW 
167 


128 
163 
148 


102 
182 
132 


8 

9 

11 


28600 
861A7 


8738 
16865 


281 
870 


159 
820 


147 
863 


184 
807 


11 
18 


16188 
18277 


4138 
11163 


150 
804 


69 
812 


84 
171 


86 
138 


8 

10 


28027 
6457 


6180 
S2U 


180 
68 


109 
46 


91 
41 


80 
87 


8 
8 


20375 
14210 


7000 
11926 


832 

837 


122 
841 


116 
170 


116 
167 


18 

17 


9028 
10792 
11487 

5213 


4988 

7418 
5609 
8400 


145 

812 

168 

79 


06 
150 
137 

60 


77 

114 

85 

49 


68 
98 
88 
80 


8 
8 
5 
8 


8318 

7136 

10003 


2908 
7948 
8006 


107 
838 
124 


80 

178 

65 


64 

185 
67 


83 
118 

57 


8 

10 

9 


9474 
15100 


8783 
7471 


199 
840 


183 
182 


95 
184 


104 
100 


8 
8 


6281 
13562 
10544 
10102 

9401 


8366 
6203 
8550 
8029 
8092 


00 

817 

118 

81 

98 


88 
133 
86 
48 
66 


47 
110 
89 
89 
49 


48 

107 

54 

42 

48 


8 
8 

8 

4 
4 


17380 

7629 

16580 


8787 

10489 

8184 


171 
8-19 
180 


82 

808 

82 


06 

188 

OS 


76 

151 

88 


4 

18 

8 


13040 
0771 
23687 
19150 
15660 


11683 
5450 
7156 
6042 
8007 


368 
166 
888 
180 
881 


807 
98 

121 
95 

112 


199 
85 

118 
78 

180 


801 
81 
140 
102 
101 


11 
8 
8 
6 

18 


19221 
11230 
17752 
85152 


4652 
8272 
5240 
8480 


144 
839 
801 
190 


9S 

197 
137 
107 


68 
180 
118 

77 


78 

119 

89 

118 


8 

6 

10 

8 


85395 


MSsi 


869 


819 


196 


181 


14 







8 


84 


8 


16 


7 


86 


1 


88 


8 


86 


1 


82 


13 


84 


1 


83 



7 

18 

5 



14 
16 



4 

U 



14 
80 



8 

18 



10 
8 

4 

7 

10 



8 
9 
8 
9 



85 
96 
76 



78 
172 



87 
115 



85 
83 



81 
109 



45 
86 
64 
84 



38 
93 
84 



70 
87 



10 
80 
87 
16 
89 



48 

94 
SO 



100 
45 
63 
88 
83 



43 
97 
6< 
46 



116 



81 
15 
88 
88 



81 
88 
86 

87 



86 

89 
91 



81 
148 



82 
97 



84 
83 



61 
182 



n 

73 
78 



42 

81 



83 
78 

49 
82 
84 



114 
82 



98 
53 
58 
57 
59 



80 

100 

71 

61 




SS 

u 



w 

US 



US 



n 



n 



IM 



s 

SI 

It 



e 

H 

n 



m 
111 



m 

117 
SS 



A 
41 
81 



lOSi MS 



50 jibatract of Births and Deaiht, 1860. 

m^-SGUTH MUJLASD CODSPTIES^BIBTHS iiro DEATHS, 



Brtmonh JT ----- - 

in.— WBU iniaDBDtiaB. 

EwtiBirWii ----__ 

Hlffham PflRVn --->.,- 

17filllngbDrauch W- ' - " -| 

IT ----- . 

ifh r - - - - - 

II.' BU NTINaDONaHIBS. 

ira.— BmRwaiKw. 

Sft.>; ; ; ; : : 

in— St. In*. 
SonBrdlUB ------- 

^Sm'w' I I I I I I 

St-MwH - - 

UmbDltiHi lr ----- - 

ia.~BEDFOBDaBIKE. 

171 — BiDnnD. 

Btoeler- --,--__ 

Bsilford vid Kvumbni IT - - - 
BadfDnludCudniloii- . - - 
Burttod --.._-__ 

IM— Bioauiwisi. 

miUiutoii ------ 

AmfUBlU r ----- 

IM.— LniBTOR BdeuMS. 



Abstract ofSirt/a and Daaiha, 1860. 31 

nL-^OUTH MIDLAND OOUNTIEa— BIRTHS AMD DEATHS, I860— SnB-DiSTaicw—«oii(iBW<f. 



BLMuTIblOrHt - 






iw^Wamum. 



Vduta St. PMv 
UpwtU - - - 





IV.— EASTERN COnNTIES.— BIRTHS 


AHD 


DEATHS, 1880 


— Sua-DiBTKioia. 






14.— BBBEX. 


























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62 Abstract of Birthi and Deaths^ 1 860. 

rv.— EASTERN COUNTIEa--BIRTHS and DEATHS, 1860— Sra-DiSTBicrs— co«ttinied 



1 



No. 

1 
a 

3 



1 

t 

4 



1 

f 
6 



1 
9 
8 

4 
5 



1 

3 

4 



1 

S 
8 



SITB-DISTKIGT8. 



Aesa 

in 

SUtota 

Asm* 






TOTAL 






t 

% 



14.— B as E X— omrfiMMd. 

199.— BiLLUICAT. 

Brentwood ------ 

Great Buntead IT - - - - 

Wlokford ------ 

900.— CHSLMsroftD. 

Ingatestone ------ 

Chelmsford JT - - - - - 

WritUo ------- 

Great Waltham - - - - - 

Great Bnddow - - - - - 

901.— ROCBFOftD. 

Raylei^h ------ 

PriUlewell ------ 

Roehford IT - - - - - 

Great Wakering - - - - - 

209.— Haldom. 

Soatbmineter - - - - - 

Bradwell ------ 

AUSainte ------ 

St. Peter ir - - - - - 

ToUesborj ------ 

908.— TSMDftlKO. 

8t.0t7th ------ 

Thorpe IT ----- - 

Harwich- ------ 

Manningtren - - - - - 

Ardleigh- ------ 

90L— CoLCBxrrBft. 

ColoherterriretWard ^TF - - 
Colche0ter Seoond Ward - - - 
Colobeeter Third Ward - - - 

108.- Lbxdbv. 

Wirenhoe ------ 

Peldon ------- 

Stanway W - - - - - 

Fordhnm ------ 

Dedham- ------ 

908.— WiTHAX. 

KeWedon ------ 

Wltham W - - - - - 

Coggeahall ------ 

907.— HAXJTSAD. 

Halvtead IT - - - - - 
Hedingham ------ 

906.-BftAiirTBn. 

Finchiiurfleld - - - - - 

Bocking W- - - - - - 

Braintree ------ 

909.— Duniow. 

RtebWiuj- ------ 

Duntnow W - - - - - 

HatHeld ------- 

ThAXted ------- 

2l0^8Amoir Waldih. 

Newport- ------ 

SaflVon Walden W - - - - 

Radwinter ------ 

15.— SUPPOLK. 

911.— BuBmiDOX. 

Harerhin IT - - - - - 
Wiokhambrook - - - - - 
Clare ------- 

919.— BUDBCBT. 

Btdmer ------- 

Rure« ------- 

Radbury W - - - - - 

Melfort ------- 

Uartert --.---- 



14488 

90367 
16040 



97584 
8533 
19107 
19047 
14685 



93784 
18089 
16798 
49200 



91923 
25687 
94778 
18811 
2U58 



98949 
94176 
SMM 
17849 
18087 



119P0 



8157 
92769 
17838 
1593.5 
12642 



i4aw 

172.-.I 
7884 



20507 
18406 



16706 
11507 
10439 



17807 
18558 
21381 
15300 



18608 
22522 
21412 



18289 
18693 
16677 



17504 
17622 
60fi7 
16799 
J8810 



8187 
4803 
9061 



8578 
8684 
5076 
5595 
8857 



4987 
5894 
8895 
4056 



4888 
9836 
4714 
8741 
8634 



8072 
5776 
5070 
5283 
4964 



11456 
5870 
8489 



4428 
4685 
4663 
4621 
4553 



4423 
6947 
4054 



11544 
6838 



8289 
5281 
0800 



4956 
5888 

4554 
4563 



5040 
9646 
5035 



rS2H 
4826 
5271* 



4&5S 
5642 
8918 
5574 , 
8438 il 



en 



934 

150 

84 



207 



158 
170 
197 



148 
165 
140 
184 



150 
100 
1.34 
28t 
102 



195 
169 
178 
148 
146 



832 
176 
229 



188 
163 
141 
168 
197 



131 
220 
175 



8W 
206 



188 
ir,2 
21J 



171 
158 
143 
165 



170 
904 
181 



278 
178 
166 



162 
171 
282 

lai 

803 



n 



BiBTD. 



Ineludlng 

Dlesttimata 

Birth*. 



188 
91 
81 



113 

198 

66 

79 

149 



79 
7H 
91 
84 



97 
48 
86 
144 
58 



07 
183 

89 
82 
77 



926 

97 

199 



68 

92 

111 

89 
80 



83 
89 



950 
185 



128 
110 

107 



87 

119 

71 

94 



96 

153 

93 



155 
74 



140 
81 
31 



106 

155 

90 

87 

106 



72 
78 
68 
60 



85 
48 
72 
107 
55 



105 
88 
97 
76 
72 



188 

85 

116 



96 
88 
87 
01 
79 



85 

108 

83 



191 

lis 



94 

78 

lU 



74 
78 
87 
83 



90 

172 

77 



144 

78 
63 



83 


63 


81 


80 


194 


138 


118 


89 


309 


121 



niegitiinate 
Urthe. 



94 
69 
83 



99 
133 
88 
83 
89 



T6 
92 
72 
04 



65 
53 
66 
126 
47 



00 
66 
81 
67 
74 



144 

91 
113 



65 
80 
T4 
T7 
55 



66 

117 

02 



206 
94 



04 

84 
102 



07 
85 
76 
82 



80 
132 
104 



182 

100 
88 



79 
01 
144 
04 
82 



1 



Deatsb. 



t 

"a 



h 

■i 
II 



5 

7 
9 



7 

14 

8 

9 

8 



8 
1 
8 
8 



4 
ft 
8 

8 

8 



6 

7 
8 

4 
8 



14 

4 
6 



1 

9 

10 



1 



6 



19 



18 
6 




9 
6 



8 
5 
5 

9 



4 

11 

8 



15 

7 

4 



6 

7 

7 

S 

U 



5 

11 

1 



5 
2 
2 
11 
2 



8 

19 

8 

4 
4 



11 
3 
4 



IS 
7 



9 

11 
7 



8 

10 

5 

8 



4 

11 

8 



6 
5 
9 
8 



60 
«S 

18 



57 
107 
81 
40 
88 



87 
88 
89 

40 



49 
98 
44 
64 
84 



49 
61 
47 
45 
40 



123 
43 
64 



99 
48 
53 
87 
41 



39 
69 

4S 



121 
68 



69 
60 
84 



40 
66 
27 
43 



45 
74 
51 



74 
81 

98 



40 
41 
04 
85 
81 



79 
£9 
13 



86 
85 
89 
68 



49 

a 

89 
14 



48 

90 
43 
60 
94 



48 

72 
42 
V 
87 



104 
54 
65 



89 
46 

58 
5S 
89 



44 

41 



120 



80 
58 



47 
48 
44 

51 



83 
79 
42 



81 
43 
45 



4S 

40 

100 

<S 

5S 



91 

98 



78 



88 

58 



186 

ro 



lU 

n 

79 



ji 



89 
106 



64 

'86 
79 

n 



79 



j«ft 



54 



Abstract ofBirtJis and Deaths^ 1860< 



IV.—E ASTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS and DEATHS, I860— Sub-distmcts— coufviiKi 



SUB-DISTRICTS. 



A&BA 

in 

StAtata 

Aeret. 



TOTAL 






03 



BiBTBl. 



Inelttdini 

lUeglti 

Birthi. 



I 



niflgHiinate 
B&Uu. 



8 

-i 



DBAnt. 



I 




No. 



8 

4 



16.-'NORFOLK— oon/jntied. 
' 8aO.^-TuvfTBA]>. 

Lndluun- -------- 

SauUlbundi IT- ------ 

Stalham- -------- 

Baeton --------- 

SSI.— SftPIKaHAX. 

North Walshftm ------ 

Cromer |p-------- 

Hott -------,- 

838.— Atuhax. 

Eyiuford -------- 

Buxton JT-------- 

288.- St. FxiTiii. 

St.FaIthi TT------- 

Sprowston -------- 

SM.— NOftWICH. 

OoiUnr --------- 

EMtWymer ------- 

ConUlbrd -------- 

Maacroft -------- 

WastWymer IT ----- - 

835.— FOftSBOX. 

Coetessar -------- 

Wymondham JT ----- - 

836.— HXNITKAD. 

Humbleranl JT ------ 

Henstead -------- 

837.— BLorucLO. 

BlofloWlr- ------- 

South Walsham ------- 

838.— LoDDOV. 

Aldehy ----t---- 

LoddoB Tp--------- 

Woodton -------- 

880.— DiPWAOB. 

HarlMton -------- 

DiM- --------- 

StMtton W ------- 

Fonoett- -------- 

840.- OniLTCftOSf. 

Banham- -------- 

KenninghaH W ------ 

841.- WATLAin). 

AUloborough JT ----- - 

Watton --------- 

842.— MiTFOAD. 

Shipdham -------- 

MattUhaU -------- 

Bawdwwell -------- 

East Dereham IT ----- - 

Litcham --------- 

Korth Elmham ------- 

243.— WALSIKORAIf. 

Fakenham -------- 

WaUingham W ------ 

Well* -------^- 

844.— DOCKIKQ. 

Bnmham -------- 

Snettbham -------- 

Docking W ------- 

845.- FftOSftlZH}! LTMV. 

Binington -------- 

ChiTton IT-- ------ 

Mtddleton -------- 

CaaUoBbing -.-.--. 









18210 
16900 
15704 
11505 


8682 
4230 
4031 
8574 


131 

188 

116 

78 


20523 
23760 
88221 


6042 
7145 
6787 


806 
844 
102 


40090 
88084 


8960 
10002 


270 
860 


8RR70 
10034 


5680 
6110 


181 
188 


14385 


r 13260 

13641 

< 12983 

14387 

V. 20150 


457 
511 
458 
413 
680 


15618 
88816 


4116 
8708 


123 
866 


24027 
19331 


56S0 
5670 


151 
160 


17816 
86862 


5787 
5734 


168 
180 


24573 
19330 
15496 


4054 
5072 
4216 


145 
162 
121 


1T447 
17412 
10787 
18085 


5022 
7567 
6065 
5604 


166 
237 
215 
185 


18681 
25904 


5516 
0025 


164 

184 


22885 
28178 


5506 
0056 


163 
191 


11340 
16664 
14076 
18172 
8IU85 
18387 


8777 
4»40 
3«W 
7531 
5413 
4626 


03 
126 

07 
208 
171 
121 


27818 
31273 


782.5 
C492 
7a>l 


220 
2U0 
211 


83180 
3t>480 
28476 


6407 
5702 
5307 


186 
174 
160 


8Q155 

l(lK48 
19UU6 


4543 
4284 
2239 
2420 


145 

141 

71 

1 74 



83 

68 

104 

42 



145 
174 
141 



178 
108 



103 
105 



340 
826 
285 
314 
502 



64 
174 



98 
OU 



186 
130 



104 

107 

84 



121 

158 

147 

07 



93 
180 



185 

lis 



65 
112 

4U 
146 
106 

80 



121 
13n 
142 



167 

09 

115 



75 
85 
29 
€1 



64 
76 
52 
88 



125 
128 
104 



142 
192 



09 
90 



285 
245 
228 
205 
351 



64 
184 



70 
81 



77 

88 



78 
84 
68 



95 
118 
110 

87 



86 
84 



87 
95 



44 

68 
54 
117 
80 
49 



127 
106 
105 



96 

83 
78 



76 
65 
34 
88 









67 
62 
64 
89 


5 
10 

4 
5 


7 
5 

8 
8 


81 

116 

88 


15 
18 
U 


10 

11 

9 


188 
168 


13 
89 


IS 
18 


88 
80 


18 
6 


8 

4 


889 
866 

885 
SU8 
829 


15 
88 

84 
89 
48 


81 

90 
27 
17 
38 


58 
182 


8 

88 


8 
80 


81 
79 


9 

4 


« 
8 


86 
93 


7 
5 


8 
9 


78 

78 
53 


4 
11 
U 


7 
8 
5 


71 
110 
105 

96 


7 

9 

11 

8 


5 
10 
17 
13 


78 
00 


8 
10 


7 
lA 


76 
96 


16 
10 


11 

4 


40 
64 
43 
01 
82 
73 


4 

10 
10 
20 
10 



e 

5 
3 
18 
9 
8 


102 

94 

106 


9 

80 

7 


n 

12 

8 


90 
91 
90 


18 
7 



7 
11 
14 


00 
76 
87 
48 


IS 

8 
S 


7 
9 

4 
5 



45 
» 

41 
28 



79 
98 
71 



85 
lli 



61 
51 



164 
164 
138 
153 
241 



48 

44 



66 
«I 



59 
51 

35 



53 
69 
75 
49 



46 

73 



64 
44 



87 
59 
S3 
04 
50 
36 



64 
67 



S8 

35 
<3 
19 



;« 

70 



16 

m 



42 
54 



1«5 
143 
147 
KI 
211 



81 
80 



55 

46 



6A 
60 



45 
58 
40 



66 

m 

71 
48 



47 
48 



• €1 
68 



26 
5S 
17 

58 
58 



17 
63 

n 






93 

47 
57 



41 
50 
16 
83 



74 
52 

58 



34 
35 
IS 
89 



n 
u 



a 
n 
a 



8 






Ml 

1» 

m 



CI 



IT 






9 
51 






41 

n 

ai 



71 

II 



II 

n 



9 
U 

a 
a 



M8 



rs 



19 

» 

42 

)3 



Abstract of Births and Deaths^ 1860. 56 

IV.— EASTERN COimnES.— BIRTHS Ain) DEATHS, 1860— Sub-districts— con6jiu«r. 



SUH-DISTBICTS. 



ASKA 

in 
Statute 
AerM. 



o 
I 



TOTAL 



CO 

B 
H 



5 I 






BaiTB9. 



Ineloding 

lUegMinate 

BirUu. 



medtiiiuUa 



Dbathi. 



I 

;3 



8 

1 



Vo. 
1 

s 

9 



1 

9 



1 

4 



1 

4 



1 



1 



1 
9 

4 



16.— lfORFOLK<-CDM#iMiMrf. 

946.— Kiiro9 Lrmr. 

Kbic* Lmn North - - - - . 
Kiofft Lma Middle W - - - - 
Kiof* Lynn South - - . . . 

9l7v— DaWKMAM. 
Wisgtnhall -->---.. 
Downham If- ----- - 

Finoham --..__. 

MB.— SWAPrSAM. 

Smdyham IT - - - . . . 
SahamToiM7 ...... 

949.— Thsttobd. 

M«thwold --.-... 
Thatfonl W ...... 



J 5499 


( 9969 
1 5855 

( 6784 


181 
168 
906 


89159 
28686 
22849 


6171 
8878 
5915 


910 
999 

154 


41458 
39749 


6516 
7991 


199 
995 


68698 
49177 


8869 
9843 


900 
834 



97 
192 
191 



199 

187 
101 



140 

114 



167 
234 



64 

80 

106 



109 

164 

99 



96 
199 



144 
190 



67 


5 


9 


46 


51 


79 


11 


10 


41 


81 


100 


19 


19 


104 


87 


108 


9 


10 


60 


63 


129 


19 


19 


98 


89 


79 


9 


11 


55 


46 


97 


14 


15 


76 


64 


109 


15 


9 


69 


51 


146 


90 


19 


76 


91 


144 


94 


6 


117 


117 



94 



87 

109 

99 



lU 



^ 



v.— SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS' and DEATHS, 1860— Sub-districts. 



1 
s 

3 
4 



1 
9 



a 

9 



1 
9 
9 



1 
9 
9 



a 

9 



17.— WILTSHIRE. 

990.— HMHWOBTH. 

Hishwarlh IT - - - - - 
Swkidoii ...... 

9S1.— Cbxcklabi. 

Wootton BaMatt . . . . 
Criddada IT - - - - . 

9SS.— MALMIBUmT. 

Mahnsbury Eastara - . . 
Malouburjr Wastam W - - 

959. 

CaatlaComba .... 
Conham ..... 
Chippanham W - - ^ 
Christian Malford ... 

S4.— CALKV. 
Calna IT - ... - 

955.— MABLBOmOUOB. 

3fariborough IF . . . 

S56.— OBTIXBi. 

Hbhop* Canaiaga ... 
Larinitoa ..... 
BrMfkaam ..... 
Daricai W " - « . . 

997.— ICblbivam. 

Melkfham IT ... . 
Trowbridga ..... 

958.- Bbadfobd. 

Bradford South Eattarn VT - 
Bradford North Wattara 

969.— WB9TBIIBT. 
Bndlay. ..... 

Edlncton ..... 

WaiSmry r - - . . 

990.— WABMI1I9TIB. 

ITarminttar IT- - . . 
LMiVhridge Derarill • . . 
HaytaBbory ..... 

191.— PBW8BT. 
XatharaTon ..... 
PawMy JT- - - - - 



93456 
96008 


7013 
12924 


999 

457 


20229 
21337 


5675 
5795 


188 
197 


37116 
9Q999 


7475 
7081 


290 
910 


14011 
17127 
16289 
19609 


9986 

, 6979 

8574 

31P0 


96 
908 
989 

90 


28610 


8885 


980 


42099 


9774 


999 


22899 

234(19 

I3»e 

8287 


9919 
5620 
4884 
7904 


09 
155 

190 
195 


14248 

3590 


5866 
11367 


161 
375 


(18800 


6679 
9790 


178 
196 


6076 
I* 24868 


9510 
9490 
9751 


77 

94 

917 


[28810 
97546 


7643 
9927 
4379 


280 
118 
130 


86866 
28784 


1471 
6995 


210 
995 



151 
185 



119 
95 



119 
145 



47 
117 
198 

58 



166 



188 



84 
199 

88 
174 



187 
212 



199 
97 



56 

80 

198 



180 
85 
70 



101 
159 



190 
948 


119 
914 


15 
99 


9 

17 


79 

91 


79 
94 


101 
96 


87 
101 


8 




59 
59 


54 

43 


199 
106 


96 
104 






64 
70 


55 

75 


51 

97 

154 

56 


43 
111 
199 

34 


■ a 


13 


99 

59 

108 

96 


95 

58 
85 
99 


149 


187 




U 


78 


98 


140 


149 




7 


99 


87 


49 

69 

64 

111 


44 

96 
66 
84 




4 
5 
6 
5 


85 

69 
96 
90 


49 

53 
52 
84 


78 
177 


68 
198 




10 
10 


64 
107 


73 
1U5 


104 
76 


74 
60 




8 

4 


69 
43 


60 
54 


97 

44 

111 


40 

50 
106 




1 
9 

4 


89 
3t 

6% 


94 

48 
71 


116 
59 
76 


193 
50 
68 




13 

1 


88 
47 
99 


101 
38 

81 


117 
109 


98 
118 




6 
5 


59 
85 


49 
67 



8S 
979 



76 
209 



Ml 
8f 



a 

91 
88 
9S 



U4 



88 

49 
91 



94 

Itt 



31 
14 
94 



89 



108 
78 



66 Abstract of Births and Deaths^ 1860. 

v.— SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS and DEATHS, I860— Sub-districts— «»t 



1 
f 
8 



1 

S 
8 



1 

S 



1 

s 

8 



1 
S 
8 



1 

8 



1 
8 



1 

8 
8 



1 
8 

8 



1 
8 
8 

4 



1 

8 
8 
4 



1 
9 
8 

4 



1 
9 
8 



1 
S 
8 

4 



1 
8 
8 



SUB-DISTBICTS. 





a' 


TOTAL 






A&BA 


S 

^4 






in 


fc 






SUtate 

ACT6S« 


o 


• 

n 

H 


• 

OS 

i 




p4 


» 


o 



BniTBs. 



17.— WILTSHIRE-cofitinMed. 

868.— AMXtBUftT. 

Oreheston ------- 

Amesbury jf ----- - 

Winterbonrne ------ 

888.— ALDSB8D8T. 

Alderbory --.---- 

Downton ------- 

Britford ir------- 

884.— SALUBUBT. 

Etollsbnrj ir ----- - 

865.— WiLTOir. 

Wnton IT------- 

BithopstoDO ------- 

866.— TUBUBT. 

Donhaad ------- 

Ttebuiy TT- ------ 

Hindon -------- 

867.— Mbbb. 
Uef IT ------- 

18.— DORSETSBIRZ:. 
868.- BBATTBI BUBT. 

ShAftasbnrj W - - - - - 

Fontraell ------- 

OUlingham ------- 

868.— STUmMtlflTBB. 

Stalbridge ------- 

Sturmiiutor W - - - - - 

870.— BLAMDrOBD. 

MntoaAbbM ------ 

Bkndfonl JF ----- . 

871.— WnCBOBMB. 

Cninborne ------- 

WitcbMnpton ------ 

Wimborno ir ----- - 

878.— Pools. 

Canford -------- 

PooJe JT------- 

Lytohett ------- 

873.— Wabbham. 

SwAiuure ------- 

CorfeCutle- ------ 

'Wareham JT ----- - 

BeraBegis ------- 

874.— Wbtmouth. 

Unway -------- 

Weymonth JT ----- - 

Portland ------- 

AbboUbuiT ------- 

875.— Dobohbitbb. 

Dorohaater JT ----- - 

Pkldletown ------- 

Maiden Newton ------ 

Cerne ir--- .--- 

876.- SHBBBOBKX. 

Tetminster - ------ 

Sherborne W - - - - - 

Bradford Abbas - - - - . . 

877.— Beauihstbb. 
Erenbot ------- 

Mi«terton - ------ 

Netherbury )f- - - - - - 

Beaminiter ------- 

878.— Bbidpobt* 

Pnrtou Brndstoea - - - - - 

liridport W ------ 

WLitcborcli Canonieonun >• « - 



18496 
r303 
16561 



8S721 

19644 

9095 



480 



8S845 

8i4:y9 



19643 

1(1630 
9613 



88SU 



8in 

14044 

13378 



15678 
91796 



81530 



4M87 
13158 
IS573 



1S766 
5671 
8584 



1J5872 
12804 
86800 
33838 



15510 
11358 



9881) 
84912 
S.'i284 
45863 



80n5 

6407 

12830 



16817 

5180 

2a3«6 

11001 



icsnc 

1022 
15259 



8454 

8756 
1917 



4857 
4790 
5628 



9Q8P 



5770 
4904 



4154 
8807 
8501 



8057 



4940 
8856 

4688 



4422 
5012 



6285 
8542 



7624 
4196 

5433 



S»26 
9366 
8030 



8411 
6330 
4749 



8968 
12858 

8468 
8034 



7709 
4143 
5603 
7818 



4298 
5793 
8372 



2874 
1630 
4971 
4112 



4724 
8009 
4095 



Inelodins 

lUefritimata 

Birthe. 



I 



9f 

1 



Dlefritlmate 
Births. 



Dkatbs. 



8 



I 

E 

fa 






el 



70 
107 

70 


60 
83 
47 


84 
55 

42 


86 
52 
28 


8 

4 


1 
5 
8 


97 

87 

86 


145 
148 
158 


72 

88 
152 


67 
79 
77 


78 
68 
T6 


4 
5 
7 


8 
4 
9 


86 
43 
79 


828 


106 


100 


189 


U 


18 


84 


176 
155 


148 
100 


85 
72 


91 
83 


8 


6 

4 


70 
48 


144 

84 
77 


77 
57 
50 


79 
86 
46 


65 
46 
81 


10 
5 
8 


5 
10 


40 
26 
88 


861 


166 


188 


138 


18 


T 


75 


165 
106 
163 


100 
62 
81 


80 
50 
82 


85 
58 
81 




1 
9 


7 

4 
6 


58 
86 
84 


133 
178 


79 
122 


71 
88 


62 
86 


4 
8 


2 
10 


42 
68 


202 
848 


85 
155 


90 
180 


103 
109 1 


8 
12 


5 
13 


47 
74 


231 
133 
184 


158 

74 

119 


126 
71 
85 


105 
62 • 


18 


10 

8 
10 


80 
36 
69 


97 

2-37 
67 


81 

200 

40 


48 

152 

84 


49 

115 

88 


17 


9 

7 
5 


24 

102 

83 


129 

79 

207 

153 


70 

66 

104 

83 


80 

88 

113 

78 


49 
41 
94 
75 


11 


'8 

7 

4 


42 

29 
59 
46 


119 

407 

256 

56 


50 
280 
118 

20 


60 
201 
134 

81 


59 
206 
122 

25 


10 


4 
8 
2 


91 

116 

66 

9 


228 
128 
160 
804 


155 

67 

115 

145 


119 
63 

89 
107 


109 
65 
71 
97 




18 
8 

4 
8 


85 
87 
48 

70 


IS.-? 

la-? 

128 


67 

129 
53 


70 
93 
55 


85 
90 
78 




6 
8 



85 

58 
84 


90 

K 

168 

132 


61 
90 
97 
73 


42 
28 
94 
72 


48 
27 
74 
00 


11 


4 
1 

7 
4 


85 
14 
48 

41 


128 
812 
140 


97 

177 

74 


59 

143 

69 


69 

169 

71 


14 


4 

21 

7 


48 

79 
89 



88 

45 

91 



SI 
45 
73 



82 



73 
51 



87 
81 

23 



81 

56 
86 

47 



87 
54 



81 



n 

I 






IS 



41 



M 

N 



or 



73 


15 


88 


58 


50 


e 


7 


66 


8A 


m 


8S 


tf 


28 


» 


87 


u 


4S 


HO 


87 


n 


98 


68 


114 


177 


47 


MS 


17 


88 


70 


78 


m 


6i 


67 


41 


69 


58 


42 


m 


71 


M 


99 


78 


» 


9 


15 


• 


49 


n 


SS 


J8 


51 


tl 


98 


ISf 


35 


m 



58 



'Abstract of Births and Deaths, I860. 



v.— SOUTH WESTERN COUNTIES.— BIRTHS awd DEATHS, 1860-SuB-DiSTRiCT«-H»«iniiiei 



1 

s 

3 

4 



1 
S 
3 
4 
5 
6 



1 

S 
8 



1 

S 
3 
4 
« 
3 



1 
S 
8 
4 
3 



1 

9 
8 
4 
3 



1 

9 
3 

4 
3 



1 
9 
8 



1 
9 



1 

9 
8 
4 
3 



1 

3 
8 



1 

9 
3 

4 



1 

9 
8 

4 



S17B.DISTBICT8. 



Abba 

in 
Sutato 

ACTM. 



S 

o 



& 



TOTAL 



00 

i 

s 



19.— DEVONSMIRE-tXMUJmmi. 
999.-CKBDITOH. 

Morehard Bishop . - - . . 
Bow -------_ 

Creditoa W ------ 

Cheziton-fltzpaliio ----- 

998.— TiTXBTOV. 

Sflrarton ------- 

Cnllompton ------- 

UflRnUme ------- 

Tlrerton W ------ 

WMbfleld ------- 

Bampton ------- 

9M.— South IColton. 

Witheridga ------- 

Chulmleigrh ------- 

SonthMolton ir - - - - - 

995.— BAmmTAn.!. 

Banuitq>1o JT ----- - 

Parraoorabe ------- 

Combinartin ------ 

nfraoombe ------- 

Braonton ------- 

Bithopa Tawton - ----- 

906.— To&UVOTON. 

mgh Blekington ----- 

Wtnkleigh ------- 

Dolton -------- 

Sbobbear ------- 

Great Torrington JT - - - - 

897.— BiDiroBO. 

Bidaford W ------ 

Northam ------- 

ParUuun ------- 

Hartland ------- 

BfadwQithy- ------ 

996.— HOUWOftTHT. 

ICnton DamoMl - - - - - - 

Holswortliy ------- 

Black TorringUm - - - - - 

Broadwoodwldger - - - - - 

Clawton- ------- 

20.— CORirWALZ.. 
390.— Steattov. 

Kilkhampton ------ 

Stratton- - - ^ - - - - 

WMkSk.Marr ------ 

800.— Caksltobo. 

BoMastle ------- 

Camelford ------- 

801.— LAUHonroH. 

Altarnon -----«- 

North PethcTwin ---»-, 
Bt. Stephen ------- 

Laance«ton IT ----- - 

North-HUI ------- 

802.- St. OXEKAKfl. 

Antony IT------- 

8t. IJerman* ----.«, 

Baltiuh --------. 

808.— LUKXAftD. 

Calllngton -------. 

Liakeard W ------, 

Looe -------- 

Lenin -------- 

804.— BoDMiir. 

LanllTery -------. 

8t Mabyn -------. 

Bodmin IT- -.----. 

Eglushmyle -...---- 



97480 
1940S 
17S96 
27507 



19096 
19077 
17778 
17AS0 
99418 
17718 



48070 
35886 
89677 



19711 
85537 
24049 
19961 
81469 
96709 



17455 
16516 
15480 
17666 
14855 



3527 

7IM 

16797 

96671 

7G71 



91281 
18857 
16804 
8587 
16990 



16228 
18688 
94495 



17366 
34479 



92489 

20(115 

28776 

480