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WEEKLY REGISTER OF MORTA. Convulsions,

1 0 LITY IN THE CITIES OF PHI. Decay,

1 LADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AND

Diarrhea,

4 BALTIMORE.

Dropsy,

1

Drowned,
Health-office, Sept. 5, 1807.

Dysentery,

1 3 Interments, in the city and liberties Fever,

1 of Philadelphia, in the week end. hectic,

1 ing the 5th of September.

remittent,

4 Diseases.

Ad. Childr.
nervous,

1 Apoplexy,

1
Gravel,

1 Asthma,

1 0
Hives,

1 Cholera morbus,

7

Influenza, Consumption of the lungs, 2 0

Locked jaw, Convulsions,

4

Sore throat, putrid, Decay,

4 0

Stone,
Diarrhea,

6 Syphilis,
0

0 Dropsy,

Still-born,

4 Dropsy in the chest, 1 0

Thrush,

1 Dropsy in the brain,

Worms,

1 Drowned,

Unknown,

1 Dysentery,

4 Fever remittent or bilious, 1

Total,

27 21-48 Hooping cough,

0

Of the above there were :

Under 2 years 10
Hives,

0
1

From 2 to 5
Hernia,

2 Inflammation of the lungs, 3 1

5 10 2 bowels, o 1

10 20 1 Influenza, 9 2

20 30
Mortification,
0 1

39
6
0

40 50
1 0

50 Palsy,

60 7

60 2

70 Pleurisy,

3 1 Sore throat,

70

2 0 1

80 Teething,

90 0 Worms,

2
Ages unknown,

6 Syphilis,

1 0
Total,

-48 Unknown, 3 1

Sept. 19. Diseases.

Ad. Childr. Total, 39 36—75 Apoplexy,

2 0 Of the above there were: Atrophy,

0 1 Under 2 years 27 Casualties,

1
From 2 to 5 5

Cholera morbus,
5 10 3 Consumption of the lungs, 5
15 1

Convulsions,
20 1

Diarrhea, 20

2

Dropsy,
30 40 5

Dysentery,
40 50 5
Drunkenness,

2
50 60 5
Fever,

1
60 70 1

bilious,

1
70
80 2
-, nervous,

2
80
7
typhus,

2
107 1
Hooping-cough,

0
10
Ages unknown,

0

Inflammation of the brain, 1
Total,

-75

lungs, 1 0 Sept. 12. Influenza,

1 Diseases.

Ad. Childr. Insanity, Cholera morbus,

0 8 Jaundice, Consumption of the lungs, 4.

Palsy,

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Old age,

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15

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9

40

20

60

Still-born,
0 4

50 6
Worms,
0 2

50 60 Disease unknown, 1 0

60 70

70 80 Total, 26 21-47

80 90 5 Of the above there were :

Ages unknown

5
Under 2 years 19
Total

-68
From 2 to 5 2
5 10 1

Report of deaths, in the city of New10

1

York, from the 22d to the 29th 20 30 9

of August, 1807. 30 40 2

Adults 27 - Children 46-Total 73. 40 50

Diseases.
50 60 2
Apoplexy,

1
70 2
70

1
Childbed,
80 4
80

0

Consumption,
90
1
Convulsions,

8
Ages unknown,
Total,
-47

2
Decay,
Dropsy,

2
Sept. 26.
Drowned,

1 Diseases.

Ad. Childr.
Dysentery,

2
Apoplexy
2 0 Bilious fever,

1 Atrophy,

1 1
Nervous fever,

2 Cholera morbus,

0 8
Typhus fever,

3 Cholic,

1 0
Infantile flux,

25 Consumption of the lungs,8 1

Inflammation of the lungs, 1
Convulsions,

1 1
Influenza,

3 Decay,

1 1
Mortification,

3 Diarrhea,

2
Pleurisy,

2 Dropsy,

1 0
Sprue,

1 Dropsy in the brain,

Still-born,

1 Drowned,

1
Teething,

1 Dysentery,

3 1
Vomiting blood,

1 Drunkenness,

Hooping cough,

1 Epilepsy,

1
Worms,

3 Fever,

1 remittent or bilious, 2 1

From the 29th of August to the 5th of

1 -, nervous,

September. -, putrid,

0

Adults 30—Children 37 - Total 67. typhus,

1

Diseases. Gravel,

OOA OOO OOO OOO

Apoplexy,

1 Hives, 0 1 Cholera,

1 Inflammation of the lungs, 1

Consumption,

9 bowels, o 1 Convulsions,

6 Infanticide, 0 1 Debility,

1 Influenza,

4
Decay,

3
2
Dropsy in the head,

2 Still-born,

Drowned,

2 Ulcers,

Hectic fever,

1 Worms,

Remittent fever,

1 Fungus hæmetodes,

Typhus fever,

4 Flux, infantile,

15 Total, 42 26—68 Hives,

2 Of the above there were : Intemperance,

1 Under 2 years 26 Influenza,

1 From 2 to 5 0

Inflammation of the bowels, 1 5 10

2 10 20 Palsy,

1 20 30 8 Pleurisy,

1 30 40 6

Rupture of a blood-vessel, 1

Old age,

Old age,

Ooooc

1

Old age,

Sprue,

3 From the 19th to the 26th of Sepa Still-born,

1

tember. Sudden death,

1

Adults 23—Children 28Total 51. Suicide,

1
Casualty,

1 Teething,

2
Cholera morbus,

1 Hooping cough,

Consumption,

9 Worms,

1

Convulsions,

Cramp in the stomach,
From the 5th to the 12th of Septem. Decay,

3
ber.
Drowned,

2 Adults 22-Children 29/Total 51. Typhus fever,

2 Diseases.

Flux infantile,

5 Apoplexy,

1
Fracture,

1 Bleeding of the navel, 1

Gout,

1 Cholera morbus,

2
Gravel,

1 Consumption,

12
Hives,

2 Convulsions,

2
Jaundice,

2 Decay,

Inflammation of the lungs, 2 Dysentery,

Mortification,

1 Bilious fever, 1

1 Intermittent fever,

2
Pleurisy,

1 Typhus fever,

3
Scrofula,

1 Infantile flux,

7
Sprue,

1 Hives,

Still-born,

3 Jaundice,

1

Sudden death, Inflammation of the bowels, 1 Teething,

2 Pleurisy,

1
Worms,

3 Sprue,

1 Syphilis,

1

Interments, in the burying grounds Teething,

of the city and precincts of BalVomiting and purging, 1

timore, during the week ending Hooping cough,

1

August 31, at sunrise.

Diseases.
From the 12th to the 19th of Sen. Dropsy,

1
tember.
Accidental

3 Adults 32-Children 36-Total 68. Meazles,

1 Diseases.

Influenza,

1 Apoplexy,

2
Drowned,

1 Cholera,

1
Hooping-cough,

1 Consumption,

12
Cholera,

23 Convulsions,

4

Unknown,
Debility,

1
Still-born,

2 Decay,

Cancer,

1 Diarrhea,

1

Nervous fever, Dropsy,

1 3

Fits,

2 Dropsy in the head,

Debility,

1 Drowned,

1
Flux,

1
6
Typhus fever,

Lingering,

1 Infantile flux, 15 Childbed,

1 Hives,

1
Consumption,

1
1
Inflammation of the lungs,

1

Sudden death, Inflammation of the bowels, 2

Adults 16_Children 30—Total 46. Inflammation of the brain, 1

Diseases.

Sept. 7. Palsy,

1
Drowned,

1
Pleurisy,
1

1

Fall from a waggon, Still born,

2 Sudden death,

1

* The case of casualty was that of Teething,

1

a man found dead in the street, at the Hooping-cough,

intersection of Courtland and GreenWorms,

wich streets.

Old age,

24

Dropsy,

3 Jaundice,

1 Intemperance,

1 Flux,

1 Influenza,

4 Consumption,

6 Unknown,

5 Meazles,

2
Cholera,
Bilious,
Fall from a mast,
Nervous fever,

1 Hooping cough,

1 Şudden death,

2 Adults 26_Children 30-Total 56 Diseases.

Sept. 14. Drowned,

1 Intemperance,

1 Fits,

1
Influenza,
Still-born,
Cholera,

15 Accidental,

1 Dropsy,

1 Teething,

1 Unknown, Consumption,

4 Croup,

1

Pleurisy,

1

1 Adults 18-Children 24-Total 42. Diseases.

Sept. 21.
Influenza,
Cholera,

7
Still-born,
Fits,

1
Consumption,

3 Unknown,

1 Lock jaw,

1 Bilious,

3 Accidental

1 Adults 14.-Children 9--Total 23.

Diseases.
Cholera,

3
Intemperance,

2 Drowned,

1 Worms,

1 Still-born,

2 Fits,

3 Consumption,

2 Unknown,

3 From the country,

1 Cancer,

1 Debility,

1 Fever,

1 Adults 11-Children 15-Total 26.

Sept. 28.

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PRICE OF STOCKS.

Philadelphia, Oct. 1, 1807. Eight per cent.

1014 per cent. Six per cent. Three per cent.

64 to 644 Bank United States

120 to 121 Pennsylvania

130 to 131 North America

134 to 135 Philadelphia

120 to 121 div. off Farmers and Mechanics'

par Insurance Company Pennsylvania

164 per cent. North America

92} to 93 Philadelphia

160 Union

54 dollars for 60 paid Delaware

56 do. do. Phænix

91 do.

80 paid Marine and Fire

46 do. United States

26 do. 30 paid Water Loan

102 per cent. City Loan

103 Schuylkill Bridge Shares

70 Delaware Bridge Shares

uncertain Lancaster Turnpike Shares

94 per cent.
Germantown Turnpike Shares
Cheltenham and Willow Grove Turnpike Shares 80 to 81
Frankford Turnpike Shares

74 to 75 Chesnuthill and Springhouse Tavern Turnpike Shares uncertain Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Shares

do.

60 paid

74

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