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Population tables, Scotland, Vol. II, 1871

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(Pages i-x) Title page & contents
(38 pages)Expand subtree Report
(90 pages)Contract subtree Births, marriages, and deaths during the ten years 1861-1870
(Pages xlix-lii) Preliminary remarks on the population, and on its division into groups of districts
(Page lii) Proportion of children in the populations of the groups of districts almost identical, though the birth-rate was so extremely different
(Pages lii-liv) Connection between density of population and the proportion of births, deaths, and marriages
(Page liv) Vitality of the populations in the different groups of districts, as shown by the death-rates in each
(Page liv) Vitality of the populations in the different groups of districts, as shown by the marriage and birth-rates
(Pages lv-lvii)Expand subtree Births in Scotland
(Pages lvii-lxiii)Expand subtree Illegitimate births
(Pages lxiii-lxviii)Expand subtree Ages of mothers bearing children
(Pages lxviii-lxxiv)Expand subtree Number of children born to each woman
(Pages lxxiv-lxxxix)Expand subtree Marriages in Scotland
(Pages lxxxix-cii)Expand subtree Deaths in Scotland
(Pages cii-cxi)Contract subtree Diseases which caused the mortality
(Pages cii-ciii) Death-rates of the zymotic class of diseases during each of the sixteen years 1860-1871
(Pages ciii-cv) Zymotic diseases do not necessarily increase or diminish with the general mortality
(Page cv) Each zymotic or epidemic disease has its own period of increase and decrease
(Pages cv-cvi) Relative prevalence of typhus and enteric fevers in town and rural districts
(Page cvi) Not the same epidemic which is simultaneously prevalent in each town
(Pages cvi-cvii) Ages at which each epidemic disease proves fatal
(Pages cvii-cviii) Epidemics most fatal to children under five years
(Pages cviii-cix) Death-rate of tubercular diseases
(Page cix) Death-rate from consumption or phthisis
(Page cix) Dampness of soil as affecting death-rate of consumption
(Page cix) Influence of a residence at high elevations above the sea in the cure of consumption
(Pages cix-cx) Death-rate of inflammatory affections of the respiratory organs
(Page cx) Death-rate of Brain diseases
(Page cx) Brain diseases on the increase
(Page cx) Death-rate of heart diseases
(Pages cx-cxi) Heart diseases on the increase
(Page cxi) Death-rate of diseases of stomach and organs of digestion
(Pages cxi-cxxix)Expand subtree Geographical distribution of disease in Scotland
(Pages cxxix-cxxxvii)Expand subtree Influence of season and weather on the mortality
(48 pages)Expand subtree Tables appended to the report
(9 pages)Expand subtree Diagrams
(582 pages)Expand subtree Abstracts
(32 pages)Expand subtree Indices