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Graunt's Observations.

Piles 1
Plague 8
Planet 13
Pleuresie and Spleen 36
Purples and Spotted Fever 38
Quinsie 7
Rising of the Lights 98
Sciatica 1 |14|
Scurvy and Itch 9
Suddenly 62
Surfet 86
Swine Pox 6
Teeth 470
Thrush and Sore-mouth 40
Tympany 13
Tissick 34
Vomiting 1
Worms 27
Males 4994 Males 4932
Christned Females 4590 Buried Females 4603
In all 9584 In all 9535
Whereof, of the Plague 8
Increased in the Burials in the 122 Parishes, and at
the Pest-house this year
993[1]
Decreased of the Plague in the 122 Parishes, and at
the Pest-house this year
662[2]

7. In the Year 1636, the Accompt of the Burials and Christnings, in the Parishes of Islington, Lambeth, Stepney, Newington, Hackney, and Redriff were added[3] in the manner following, making a seventh Canton, viz. |15|

In Margarets
Westminster
Christned 440
Buried 890
Plague 0
  1. This should be 973 to correspond with the tables at pp. 408 and 411, since both of them put the total burials for 1631 at 8562.
  2. Probably a misprint for 266, which the first edition had. The plague burials, according to the table, p. 408 were 274 in 1631 and 8 in 1632.
  3. In the bill for 21 April, see table, p. 426.