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Report and tables relating to the status of disease, Vol. II, Ireland, 1861

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-iv) Title page & table of contents
(Page 1) Introductory remarks
(34 pages)Contract subtree Section 1. The deaf and dumb. Report upon the number and condition of the deaf and dumb
(Pages 2-3) Table I. The number of the deaf and dumb, from all causes, in provinces, counties, cities, and towns
(Pages 6-7) Table II. The proportion of males to females among the deaf and dumb; and their proportion to the population in civic and rural districts
(Pages 8-9) Table III. The ages and sexes of the deaf and dumb
(Pages 8-9) Table IV. The religious professions of the deaf and dumb
(Page 11) Table V. The number and sexes of the educated, and the number, ages, and sexes of the uneducated deaf mutes in union workhouses
(Pages 12-13) Table VI. The ages, sexes, and occupations of the deaf and dumb
(Pages 14-15) Table VII The occupations of the parents of the deaf and dumb
(Pages 16-17) Table VIII. The number of congenital mutes in each family
(Page 19) Table IX. The position in family, and the sexes of single mutes
(Page 19) Table X. The number of children born in each family, and the number of these children deaf and dumb
(Page 20) Table XI. The result of hereditary predisposition, or family peculiarity in the production of congenital muteism
(Pages 26-27) Table XII. The causes of acquired deaf-dumbness
(Pages 28-29) Table XIII. The number of the educated, and the ages and sexes of the uneducated deaf and dumb, in provinces; counties, cities, and towns
(Pages 30-31) Table XIV. The number, locality, date of erection, amount of accommodation, &c. of the institutions for the instruction of the deaf and dumb in Ireland
(Pages 30-31) Table XV. The homes of the pupils in the institutions for the deaf and dumb in Ireland
(Pages 32-33) Table XVI. The number and ratio to the population of the deaf and dumb, the blind, the lunatic, and idiotic, in twenty-one countries in Europe and America
(21 pages)Contract subtree Section 2. The blind. Report upon the number and condition of the blind
(Page 36) Table I. The number and distribution of the blind, the proportion of males to females, and their proportion to the population in provinces, counties, cities, and towns
(Page 37) Table II. The religious professions of the blind
(Page 38) Table III. The state of education and marriage among the blind
(Pages 40-43) Table IV. The occupations of the blind
(Pages 44-45) Table V. The number, locality, date of erection, and amount of accommodation of the institutions for the blind
(Page 47) Table VI. The educated and uneducated blind in union workhouses
(Page 48) Table VII. The colours of the eyes in 22, 053 cases of diseases and accidents
(Pages 50-51) Table VIII. The causes of blindness, and the ages at which it occurred
(17 pages)Contract subtree Section 3. The lunatic and idiotic. Report upon the number and condition of lunatics and idiots
(Pages 56-57) Table I. The number and distribution of lunatics and idiots at large and in asylums, and their proportion to the population in provinces, counties, cities, and towns
(Page 60) Table II. The religious professions of lunatics and idiots in provinces, counties, cities, and towns
(Pages 62-65) Table III. The occupations, and causes of insanity and idiocy among the lunatics and idiots at large and in public institutions
(Pages 66-67) Table IV. The description of disease and its presumed cause in lunatics and idiots
(Pages 66-67) Table V. The state of marriage and education, and the description of disease among lunatics, idiots, and epileptics
(Pages 68-69) Table VI. The number, locality, date of erection, amount of accommodation, &c, of the public and private asylums for the insane
(Page 71) Table VII. The number of lunatics, idiots, and epileptics in workhouses
(Page 72) Table VIII. The number and sexes of lunatics, idiots, and epileptics in prisons
(7 pages)Contract subtree Section 4. The lame and decrepit. Report upon the number of lame or decrepit in Ireland
(Page 73) Table I. The number and distribution of the lame and decrepit in provinces, counties, cities, and towns
(Pages 74-76) Table II. The occupations of the lame and decrepit
(Page 76) Table III. The religious professions of the lame and decrepit
(Page 77) Table IV. The state of education and marriage of the lame and decrepit
(22 pages)Contract subtree Section 5. The inmates of workhouses. Report on the number and condition of paupers in the workhouses of Ireland
(Page 79) Table I. The number of inmates in workhouses, the proportion of sick to total inmates, and their proportion to the population, by counties
(Page 80) Table II. Showing the population of counties arranged according to county and union boundaries
(Page 80) Table III. The number and locality of fever hospitals which afforded poor law accommodation
(Pages 81-83) Table IV. The number of inmates in workhouses, the proportion of sick to total inmates, and their proportion to the population, by unions
(Page 84) Table V. The religious professions of the inmates of the workhouses
(Page 85) Table VI. The state of education and marriage among the inmates of workhouses
(Pages 86-93) Table VII. The occupations of the inmates of workhouses
(Pages 94-97) Table VIII. The ages, sexes, and diseases of the patients in workhouse hospitals
(14 pages)Contract subtree Section 6. The sick in hospitals. Report upon the number and condition of the sick in public hospitals for the temporary reception and treatment of accidents or diseases
(Pages 100-102) Table I. The locality, date of erection, amount of accommodation, number of inmates, &c, in each of the infirmaries, fever, general, and special hospitals, for the temporary reception of the sick, with the proportion of accommodation to the population not otherwise provided with indoor medical relief
(Page 103) Table II. The state of marriage and education among the patients in the infirmaries, fever, general, and special hospitals
(Pages 104-107) Table III. The occupations of the inmates of infirmaries, hospitals, &c
(Page 108) Table IV. The religious professions of the patients in infirmaries, hospitals, &c
(Pages 110-111) Table V. The ages, sexes, and diseases of the patients in infirmaries, hospitals, &c
(7 pages)Contract subtree Section 7. The distressed sick in asylums. Report upon the number and condition of the various asylums, hospitals, alms-houses, penitentiaries, and other charitable institutions, for the permanent residence of the distressed sick, aged, and infirm in Ireland
(Page 113) Table I. The number of hospitals, asylums, &c, for the permanent residence of the distressed sick, aged, and infirm
(Pages 114-117) Table II. The occupations, by ages and sexes, of the distressed sick, aged, and infirm
(Page 118) Table III. The religious professions of the distressed sick, aged, and infirm
(Page 118) Table IV. The state of education and marriage among the distressed sick, aged, and infirm
(12 pages)Contract subtree Section 8. The inmates of prisons. Report upon the number and condition of the inmates of prisons, Bridewells, convict depots, and reformatories
(Page 119) Table I. The number of persons confined in prisons, the proportion of sick to healthy, and of convicted prisoners to population, by provinces, counties, cities, and towns
(Page 120) Table II. The number of prisoners in convict depots and reformatories, with proportion of sick to healthy
(Page 121) Table III. The education and marriage state of inmates of prisons, convict depots, and reformatories
(Page 122) Table IV. The religious professions of the inmates of prisons, convict depots, and reformatories
(Pages 124-127) Table V. The occupations, by ages and sexes, of the inmates of prisons
(Pages 128-129) Table VI. The ages, sexes, and diseases of the sick in the various prisons
(12 pages)Contract subtree Section 9. The total sick in Ireland. Report upon the number of sick at their own homes, and summary of the total number of persons labouring under permanent or temporary diseases in Ireland
(Page 130) Table I. The number, ages, and sexes of the sick at their own homes, and whether able or unable to follow their usual occupations, together with their proportion to the population not provided with in-door medical relief, in provinces, counties, cities, and towns
(Pages 132-133) Table II. The number, sexes, and diseases of the sick at their own homes or in public institutions in Ireland
(20 pages)Contract subtree Appendix
(Pages 142-143) Table I. Number and diseases of the sick at their homes, or in public institutions in Leinster
(Pages 144-145) Table II. Number and diseases of the sick at their homes, or in public institutions in Munster
(Pages 146-147) Table III. Number and diseases of the sick at their homes, or in public institutions in Ulster
(Pages 148-149) Table IV. Number and diseases of the sick at their homes, or in public institutions in Connaught
(Pages 150-155) Table V. Number and diseases of the sick at their homes, or in public institutions in counties, cities and towns
(Pages 156-159) Table VI. Number and diseases of the sick at their homes, or in public institutions in
(Pages 161-168) Index to report