London Life in the XVIIIth Century

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APPENDICES

I. VITAL STATISTICS.

A. Baptisms and Burials according to the Parish Registers. Population Returns, 1801, ii., pp. 441-48.
YearCity within the
Walls (1)
City without the
Walls (2)
Out Parishes (3)Westminster (4)Parishes outside the
Bills (5)
Total
Baptisms.Burials.Baptisms.Burials.Baptisms.Burials.Baptisms.Burials.Baptisms.Burials.Baptisms.Burials.
1700228726454888588757617,3373445442920428916,58520,587
1710216928354470698351988,2753433497519444315,46423,701
1720219327115984744161859,3624328593621652618,90625,976
17301861245558517180655910,1244202555040789018,88026,199
17401515253843987534681513,06746726565379138117,77931,085
17501429203145085758660611,09840395312498136417,08025,563
1760150717244375474768029,43339494833523126417,15622,001
17701596168348245211788010,078428960171200195919,78924,948
1780143716554499459876389,654407556041599234019,24823,851
1790146812694948363493449,701478647552320214622,86621,505
18001247154641344717964512,817415164902599369121,77629,361
It must be remembered that 1710, 1740 and 1800 were years of dearth and disease, and that 1790 was an exceptionally healthy year according to the Bills of Mortality.By a misprint in the Population Returns the total Burials for 1720 are given as 23,976 instead of 25,976.(1) 98 parishes.(2) 17 parishes, including the Borough of Southwark as in Appendix III. B, and omitting the precinct of Whitefriars.(3) 22 parishes: St. Anne Limehouse, Christchurch Middlesex, Christchurch Surrey, St. Dunstan Stepney (in separate hamlets), St. George Bloomsbury, St. Georges in the East, St. George Queen Square, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, St. James Clerkenwell, St. John Hackney, St. John Wapping, St. Katherine Tower, St. Leonard Shoreditch, St. Luke Old Street, St. Mary Islington, St. Mary Lambeth, St. Mary Magdalen Bermondsey, St. Mary Newington, St. Mary Rotherhithe, St. Mary Whitechapel, St. Matthew Bethnal Green, St. Paul Shadwell.(4) As in Appendix III. B, omitting the Verge of the Court and adding the precinct of the Savoy.(5) Kensington, Chelsea, St. Marylebone, Paddington, St. Pancras.

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