Natural and political observations mentioned in a following index, and made upon the bills of mortality by John Graunt ... ; with reference to the government, religion, trade, growth, ayre, diseases, and the several changes of the said city.
Graunt, John, 1620-1674., Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687.
Page  71

The Conclusion.

IT may be now asked, to what purpose tends all this laborious buzzling, and groping? To know,

  • 1. The number of the People?
  • 2. How many Males, and Females?
  • 3. How many Married, and single?
  • 4. How many Teeming Women?
  • 5. How many of every Septenary, or Decad of years in age?
  • 6. How many Fighting Men?
  • 7. How much London is, and by what steps it hath increased?
  • 8. In what time the housing is replenished after a Plague?
  • 9. What proportion die of each general and per∣ticular Casualties?
  • 10. What years are Fruitfull, and Mortal, and in what Spaces, and Intervals, they follow each other?
  • 11. In what proportion Men neglect the Orders of the Church, and Sects have increased?
  • 12. The disproportion of Parishes?
  • 13. Why the Burials in London exceed the Christ∣nings, when the contrary is visible in the Coun∣try?

To this I might answer in general by saying, that those, who cannot apprehend the reason of these En∣quiries, are unfit to trouble themselves to ask them.

Page  72 2. I might answer by asking; Why so many have spent their times, and estates about the Art of making Gold? which, if it were much known, would one∣ly exalt Silver into the place, which Gold now pos∣sesseth; and if it were known but to some one Per∣son, the same single Adeptus could not, nay, durst not enjoy it, but must be either a Prisoner to some Prince, and Slave to some Voluptuary, or else skulk obscurely up and down for his privacie, and con∣cealment.

3. I might Answer; That there is much pleasure in deducing so many abstruse, and unexpected in∣ferences out of these poor despised Bills of Mor∣tality; and in building upon that ground, which hath lain waste these eighty years. And there is pleasure in doing something new, though never so little, without pestering the World with volumi∣nous Transcriptions.

4. But, I Answer more seriously; by complain∣ing, That whereas the Art of Governing, and the true Politiques, is how to preserve the Subject in Peace, and Plenty, that men study onely that part of it, which teacheth how to supplant, and over-reach one another, and how, not by fair out-running, but by tripping up each other's heels, to win the Prize.

Now, the Foundation, or Elements of this ho∣nest harmless Policy is to understand the Land, and the hands of the Territory to be governed, accord∣ing to all their intrinsick, and accidental differen∣ces: as for example; It were good to know the Geometrical Content, Figure, and Scituation of all Page  73 the Lands of a Kingdom, especially, according to its most natural, permanent, and conspicuous Bounds. It were good to know, how much Hay an Acre of every sort of Meadow will bear? how many Cattel the same weight of each sort of Hay will feed, and fatten? what quantity of Grain, and other Commodities the same Acre will bear in one, three, or seven years communibus Annis? unto what use each soil is most proper? All which particu∣lars I call the intrinsick value: for there is also another value meerly accidental, or extrinsick, con∣sisting of the Causes, why a parcel of Land, lying near a good Market, may be worth double to another parcel, though but of the same intrinsick goodness; which answers the Queries, why Lands in the North of England are worth but sixteen years purchase, and those of the West above eight and twenty. It is no less necessary to know how many People there be of each Sex, State, Age, Religi∣on, Trade, Rank, or Degree, &c. by the know∣ledg whereof Trade, and Government may be made more certain, and Regular; for, if men knew the People as aforesaid, they might know the con∣sumption they would make, so as Trade might not be hoped for where it is impossible. As for instance, I have heard much complaint, that Trade is not set up in some of the South-western, and North∣western Parts of Ireland, there being so many ex∣cellent Harbours for that purpose, whereas in seve∣ral of those Places I have also heard, that there are few other Inhabitants, but such as live ex sponte creatis, and are unfit Subjects of Trade, as neither Page  74 employing others, nor working themselves.

Moreover, if all these things were clearly, and truly known (which I have but guessed at) it would appear, how small a part of the People work upon necessary Labours, and Callings, viz. how many Women, and Children do just nothing, onely learning to spend what others get? how many are meer Voluptuaries, and as it were meer Gamesters by Trade? how many live by puzling poor people with unintelligible Notions in Divini∣ty, and Philosophie? how many by perswading credulous, delicate, and Litigious Persons, that their Bodies, or Estates are out of Tune, and in dan∣ger? how many by fighting as Souldiers? how ma∣ny by Ministeries of Vice, and Sin? how many by Trades of meer Pleasure, or Ornaments? and how many in a way of lazie attendance, &c. upon others? And on the other side, how few are em∣ployed in raising, and working necessary food, and covering? and of the speculative men, how few do truly studie Nature, and Things? The more in∣genious not advancing much further then to write, and speak wittily about these matters.

I conclude, That a clear knowledge of all these particulars, and many more, whereat I have shot but at rovers, is necessary in order to good, certain, and easie Government, and even to balance Parties, and factions both in Church and State. But whether the knowledge thereof be necessary to many, or fit for others, then the Sovereign, and his chief Ministers, I leave to consideration.

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THE TABLE OF CASƲALTIES.Page  [unnumbered]Page  [unnumbered]
                                              1629 1633 1647 1651 1655 1629 In 20
                                              1630 1634 1648 1652 1656 1649 Years.
                                              1631 1635 1649 1653 1657 1659  
The Years of our Lord 1647 1648 1649 1650 1651 1652 1653 1654 1655 1656 1657 1658 1659 1660 1629 1630 1631 1632 1633 1634 1635 1636 1632 1636 1650 1654 1658    
Abortive, and stilborn 335 329 327 351 389 381 384 433 483 419 463 467 421 544 499 439 410 445 500 475 507 523 1793 2005 1342 1587 1832 1247 8559
Aged 916 835 889 696 780 834 864 974 743 892 869 1176 909 1095 579 712 661 671 704 623 794 714 2475 2814 3336 3452 3680 2377 15757
Ague, and Fever 1260 884 751 970 1038 1212 1282 1371 689 875 999 1800 2303 2148 956 1091 1115 1108 953 1279 1622 2360 4418 6235 3865 4903 4363 4010 23784
Apoplex, and sodainly 68 74 64 74 106 111 118 86 92 102 113 138 91 67 22 36   17 24 35 26   75 85 280 421 445 177 1306
Bleach     1 3 7 2       1                             4 9 1 1 15
Blasted 4 1     6 6     4   5 5 3 8 13 8 10 13 6 4   4 54 14 5 12 14 16 99
Bleeding 3 2 5 1 3 4 3 2 7 3 5 4 7 2 5 2 5 4 4 3     16 7 11 12 19 17 65
Bloudy Flux, Scouring, and Flux 155 176 802 289 833 762 200 386 168 368 362 233 346 251 449 438 352 348 278 512 346 330 1587 1466 1422 2181 1161 1597 7818
Brunt, and Scalded 3 6 10 5 11 8 5 7 10 5 7 4 6 6 3 10 7 5 1 3 12 3 25 19 24 31 26 19 125
Calenture 1     1   2 1 1     3                   1 3   4 2 4 3   13
Cancer, Gangrene, and Fistula 26 29 31 19 31 53 36 37 73 31 24 35 63 52 20 14 23 28 27 30 24 30 85 112 105 157 150 114 609
Wolf       8                                       8         8
Canker, Sore-mouth, and Thrush 66 28 54 42 68 51 53 72 44 81 19 27 73 68 6 4 4 1     5 74 15 79 190 244 161 133 689
Childbed 161 106 114 117 206 213 158 192 177 201 236 225 226 194 150 157 112 171 132 143 163 230 590 668 498 769 839 490 3364
Chrisomes, and Infants 1369 1254 1065 990 1237 1280 1050 1343 1089 1393 1162 1144 858 1123 2596 2378 2035 2268 2130 2315 2113 1895 9277 8453 4678 4910 4788 4519 32106
Colick, and Wind 103 71 85 82 76 102 80 101 85 120 113 179 116 167 48 57         37 50 105 87 341 359 497 247 1389
Cold, and Cough             41 36 21 58 30 31 33 24 10 58 51 55 45 54 50 57 174 207 00 77 140 43 598
Consumption, and Cough 2423 2200 2388 1988 2350 2410 2286 2868 2606 3184 2757 3610 2982 3414 1827 1910 1713 1797 1754 1955 2080 2477 5157 8266 8999 9914 12157 7197 44487
Convulsion 684 491 530 493 569 653 606 828 702 1027 807 841 742 1031 52 87 18 241 221 386 418 709 498 1734 2198 2656 3377 1324 9073
Cramp     1                           1 0 0 0 0 0 01 00 01 0 0 1 2
Cut of the Stone   2 1 3   1 1 2 4 1 3 5 46 48       5 1 5 2 2 5 10 6 4 13 47 38
Dropsy, and Tympany 185 434 421 508 444 556 617 704 660 706 631 931 646 872 235 252 279 280 266 250 329 389 1048 1734 1538 2321 2982 1302 9623
Drowned 47 40 30 27 49 50 53 30 43 49 63 60 57 48 43 33 29 34 37 32 32 45 139 147 144 182 215 130 827
Excessive drinking     2                                           2     2 2
Executed 8 17 29 43 24 12 19 21 19 22 20 18 7 18 19 13 12 18 13 13 13 13 62 52 97 76 79 55 384
Fainted in a Bath         1                                         1     1
Falling-Sickness 3 2 2 3   3 4 1 4 3 1   4 5 3 10 7 7 2 5 6 8 27 21 10 8 8 9 74
Flox, and small pox 139 400 1190 184 525 1279 139 812 1294 823 835 409 1523 354 72 40 58 531 72 1354 293 127 701 1840 1913 2755 3361 2785 10576
Found dead in the Streets 6 6 9 8 7 9 14 4 3 4 9 11 2 6 18 33 26 6 13 8 24 24 83 69 26 34 27 29 243
French-Pox 18 29 15 18 21 20 20 20 29 23 25 53 51 31 17 12 12 12 7 17 12 22 53 48 80 81 130 83 392
Frighted 4 4 1   3   2   1 1       9 1     1       3 2 3 9 5 2 2 21
Gout 9 5 12 9 7 7 5 6 8 7 8 13 14 2 2 5 3 4 4 5 7 8 14 24 35 25 36 28 134
Grief 12 13 16 7 17 14 11 17 10 13 10 12 13 4 18 20 22 11 14 17 5 20 71 56 48 59 45 47 279
Hanged, and made-away themselves 11 10 13 14 9 14 15 9 14 16 24 18 11 36 8 8 6 15   3 8 7 37 18 40 47 72 32 222
Head-Ach   1 11 2   2 6 6 5 3 4 5 35 26             4 2 0 6 14 14 17 46 051
Jaundice 57 35 39 49 41 43 57 71 61 41 46 77 102 76 47 59 35 43 35 45 54 63 184 197 180 212 225 188 998
Jaw-faln 1 1     3     2 2   3 1     10 16 13 8 10 10 4 11 47 35 02 5 6 10 95
Impostume 75 61 65 59 80 105 79 90 92 122 80 134 105 96 58 76 73 74 50 62 73 130 282 315 260 354 428 228 1639
Itch   1                                 10       00 10 01       11
Killed by several Accidents 27 57 39 94 47 45 57 58 52 43 52 47 55 47 54 55 47 46 49 41 51 60 202 201 217 207 194 148 1021
King's Evil 27 26 22 19 22 20 26 26 27 24 23 28 28 54 16 25 18 38 35 20 2 69 97 150 94 94 102 66 537
Lethargy 3 4 2 4 4 4 3 10 9 4 6 2 6 4 1   2 2 3   2 2 5 7 13 21 21 9 67
Leprosy     1                 1   2 2           2   2 2 1   1 3 06
Livergrown, Spleen, and Rickets 53 46 56 59 65 72 67 65 52 50 38 51 8 15 94 112 99 87 82 77 98 99 392 356 213 269 191 158 1421
Lunatique 12 18 6 11 7 11 9 12 6 7 13 5 14 14 6 11 6 5 4 2 2 5 28 13 47 39 31 26 158
Meagrom 12 13   5 8 6 6 14 3 6 7 6 5 4     24         22 24 22 30 34 22 05 132
Measles 5 92 3 33 33 62 8 52 11 153 15 80 6 74 42 2 3 80 21 33 27 12 127 83 133 155 259 51 757
Mother 2         1 1 2 2 3   3 1 8 1             3 01 3 2 4 8 02 18
Murdered 3 2 7 5 4 3 3 3 9 6 5 7 70 20     3 7   6 5 8 10 19 17 13 27 77 86
Overlayd, and starved at Nurse 25 22 36 28 28 29 30 36 58 53 44 50 46 43 4 10 13 7 8 15 10 14 34 46 111 123 215 86 529
Palsy 27 21 19 20 23 20 29 18 22 23 20 22 17 21 17 23 17 25 14 21 25 17 82 77 87 90 87 53 423
Plague 3597 611 67 15 23 16 6 16 9 6 4 14 36 14   1317 274 8   1   10400 1599 10401 4290 61 33 103 16384
Plague in the Guts       1   110 32   87 315 446   253 402                 00 00 01 142 844 253 991
Pleurisy 30 26 13 20 23 19 17 23 10 9 17 16 12 10 26 24 26 36 21   45 24 112 90 89 72 52 51 415
Poysoned   3   7                             2     2 00 4 10 00 00 00 14
Purples, and spotted Fever 145 47 43 65 54 60 75 89 56 52 56 126 368 146 32 58 58 38 24 125 245 397 186 791 300 278 290 243 1845
Quinsy, and Sore-throat 14 11 12 17 24 20 18 9 15 13 7 10 21 14 01 8 6 7 24 04 5 22 22 55 54 71 45 34 247
Rickets 150 224 216 190 260 329 229 372 347 458 317 476 441 521           14 49 50 00 113 780 1190 1598 657 3681
Mother, rising of the Lights 150 92 115 120 134 138 135 178 166 212 203 228 210 249 44 72 99 98 60 84 72 104 309 220 777 585 809 369 2700
Rupture 16 7 7 6 7 16 7 15 11 20 19 18 12 28 2 6 4 9 4 3 10 13 21 30 36 45 68 21 201
Scal'd-head 2       1       2                               2 1 2   05
Scurvy 32 20 21 21 29 43 41 44 103 71 82 82 95 12 5 7 9   9   00 25 33 34 94 132 300 115 593
Smothered, and stifled     2                         24             24   2     2 26
Sores, Ulcers, broken and bruised Limbs 15 17 17 16 26 32 25 32 23 34 40 47 61 48 23   20 48 19 19 22 29 91 89 65 115 144 141 504
Shot                         7 20                           07  
Spleen 12 17         13 13   6 2 5 7 7                     29 26 13 07 68
Shingles                         1           1         1       1  
Starved   4 8 7 1 2 1 1 3 1 3 6 7 14                 14   19 5 13 29 51
Stitch       1                                         1       1
Stone, and Strangury 45 42 29 28 50 41 44 38 49 57 72 69 22 30     58 56 58 49 33 45 114 185 144 173 247 51 863
Sciatica                           2       1 3   1 6 1 4          
Stopping of the Stomach 29 29 30 33 55 67 66 107 94 145 129 277 186 214               6   6 121 295 247 216 669
Surfet 217 137 136 123 104 177 178 212 128 161 137 218 202 192 63 157 149 86 104 114 132 371 445 721 613 671 644 401 3094
Swine-Pox 4 4 3       1 4 2 1 1 1 2   5 8 4 6 3   10   23 13 11 5 5 10 57
Teeth, and Worms 767 597 540 598 709 905 691 1131 803 1198 878 1036 839 1008 440 506 335 470 432 454 539 1207 1751 2632 2502 3436 3915 1819 14236
Tissick 62 47                         8 12 14 34 23 15 27   68 65 109     8 242
Thrush                     57 66     15 23 17 40 28 31 34   95 93     123 15 211
Vomiting 1 6 3 7 4 6 3 14 7 27 16 19 8 10 1 4 1 1 2 5 6 3 7 16 17 27 69 12 136
Worms 147 107 105 65 85 86 53               19 31 28 27 19 28 27   105 74 424 224   124 830
Wen 1   1   2 2     1   1 2 1 1     1   4       1 4 2 4 4 2 15
Sodainly                             63 59 37 62 58 62 78 34 221 233       63 454
                                                        34190 229250

Place this Table after Fol. 74.

Page  [unnumbered]Page  75

The Table of Burials, and Christnings.Page  76
Anno Dom. 97 Parishes 16 Parishes Out-Pa∣rishes Buried in all Besides of the Plague Christned
1604 1518 2097 708 4323 896 5458
1605 2014 2974 960 5948 444 6504
1606 1941 2920 935 5796 2124 6614
1607 1879 2772 1019 5670 2352 6582
1608 2391 3218 1149 6758 2262 6845
1609 2494 3610 1441 7545 4240 6388
1610 2326 3791 1369 7486 1803 6785
1611 2152 3398 1166 6716 627 7014
  16715 24780 8747 50242 14752 52190
1612 2473 3843 1462 7778 64 6986
1613 2406 3679 1418 7503 16 6846
1614 2369 3504 1494 7367 22 7208
1615 2446 3791 1613 7850 37 7682
1616 2490 3876 1697 8063 9 7985
1617 2397 4109 1774 8280 6 7747
1618 2815 4715 2066 9596 18 7735
1619 2339 3857 1804 7999 9 8127
  19735 31374 13328 64436 171 60316
1620 2726 4819 2146 9691 21 7845
1621 2438 3759 1915 8112 11 8039
1622 2811 4217 2392 8943 16 7894
1623 3591 4721 2783 11095 17 7945
1624 3385 5919 2895 12199 11 8299
1625 5143 9819 3886 18848 35417 6983
1626 2150 3286 1965 7401 134 6701
1627 2325 3400 1988 7711 4 8408
  24569 39940 19970 84000 35631 62114
1628 2412 3311 2017 7740 3 8564
1629 2536 3992 2243 8771 0 9901
1630 2506 4201 2521 9237 1317 9315
1631 2459 3697 2132 8288 274 8524
1632 2704 4412 2411 9527 8 9584
1633 2378 3936 2078 8392 0 9997
1634 2937 4980 2982 10899 1 9855
1635 2742 4966 2943 10651 0 10034
  20694 33495 19327 73505 1603 75774
1636 2825 6924 3210 12959 10400 9522
1637 2288 4265 2128 8681 3082 9160
1638 3584 5926 3751 13261 363 10311
1639 2592 4344 2612 9548 314 10150
1640 2919 5156 3246 11321 1450 10850
1641 3248 5092 3427 11767 1375 10670
1642 3176 5245 3578 11999 1274 10370
1643 3395 5552 3269 12216 996 9410
  23987 42544 2521 91752 19244 80443
1644 2593 4274 2574 9441 1492 8104
1645 2524 4639 2445 9608 1871 7966
1646 2746 4872 2797 10415 2365 7163
1647 2672 4749 3041 10462 3597 7332
1648 2480 4288 2515 9283 611 6544
1649 2865 4714 2920 10499 67 5825
1650 2301 4138 2310 8749 15 5612
1651 2845 5002 2597 10804 23 6071
  21026 36676 21199 78896 10041 54617
1652 3293 5719 3546 12553 16 6128
1653 2527 4635 2919 10081 6 6155
1654 3323 6063 3845 13231 16 6620
1655 2761 5148 3439 11348 9 7004
1656 3327 6573 4015 13915 6 7050
1657 3014 5646 3770 12430 4 6685
1658 3613 6923 4443 14979 14 6170
1659 3431 6988 4301 14720 36 5690
  25288 47695 30278 103261 107 51502
1660 3098 5644 3926 12668 13 6971
1661 3804 7309 5532 16645 20 8855

Page  [unnumbered] The Table following contains the Number of Burials, and Christ∣nings in the seven Parishes here under-mentioned, from the year 1636 unto the year 1659 inclusive; all which time the Burials, and Christnings were joyntly mentioned: the two last years the Christnings were omit∣ted in the yearly Bills. This Table consists of seventeen Columns, the Total of all the Burials being contained in the sixteen Columns: which Number being added to the Total in the precedent Table of Burials, and Christnings, makes the Total of every yearly, or general Bill.

Note, where there follows a second Number under any year, it denotes those, who died that year of the Plague.

Page  [unnumbered]
Westmin. Islington, Lambeth, Stepney. Newing▪ Hackney, Rear. Tot. 7. Par. Tot. 7. Par.
An. Do. Bur. Ch. B. Ch. B. Ch. B. Ch. B. Ch. B. Ch. B. Ch. B. Ch.
1636 1107 556 99 56 213 137 1895 881 584 155 68 77 90 62 4056 1924
  442   30   45   909   242   14   20   1702  
1637 963 496 94 72 173 137 952 838 183 172 68 70 74 51 2507 1836
  301   17   18   153   16   6   10   521  
1638 1021 563 116 49 221 140 1209 908 255 146 101 69 74 78 2997 1953
  126       8   11               145  
1639 546 543 88 53 195 132 970 956 187 159 84 53 81 52 2151 1948
  4   2       2           1   9  
1640 754 665 94 54 187 142 1106 983 189 194 76 54 53 77 2459 2159
  62   3   6   117           1   189  
1641 697 625 92 76 168 137 1250 1037 170 137 82 73 69 64 2508 2149
  40   5   9   70       4       128  
1642 671 630 98 71 149 124 1270 1158 160 145 78 58 63 76 2489 2262
  37   4   12   20   17   5   4   99  
1643 666 592 105 69 177 114 1167 1013 240 147 65 36 42 67 2471 2038
  25   3   45   83   86       2   244  
1644 570 429 61 55 115 105 1187 933 123 101 54 45 70 82 2189 1750
  35   8   8   269   44   3   17   384  
1645 621 444 55 63 146 114 1171 873 183 119 58 60 50 60 2284 1753
  62   6   3   150   18   7   1   256  
1646 691 503 84 61 137 108 1230 960 156 130 76 63 47 43 2421 1868
  76   8   5   97   14   9   2   203  
1647 739 464 108 56 161 94 1126 926 129 65 88 45 42 44 2393 1688
  40   5   9   70       4       128  
1642 671 630 98 71 149 124 1270 1158 160 145 78 58 63 76 2489 2262
  37   4   12   20   17   5   4   99  
1643 666 592 105 69 177 114 1167 1013 240 147 65 36 42 67 2471 2038
  25   3   45   83   86       2   244  
1644 570 429 61 55 115 105 1187 933 123 101 54 45 70 82 2189 1750
  35   8   8   269   44   3   17   384  
1645 621 444 55 63 146 114 1171 873 183 119 58 60 50 60 2284 1753
  62   6   3   150   18   7   1   256  
1646 691 503 84 61 137 108 1230 960 156 130 76 63 47 43 2421 1868
  76   8   5   97   14   9   2   203  
1647 739 464 108 56 161 94 1126 926 129 65 88 45 42 44 2393 1688
  114   12   25   155   28   16   4   434  
1648 561 384 68 46 87 57 837 767     57 42 45 59 1635 1305
  41   4       31       6       82  
1649 558 333 90 44 131 55 838 625     90 49     1807 1106
      1       3               4  
1650 470 413 78 54 88 50 748 572 55 65 61 48 50 62 1550 1264
1651 580 345 107 51 127 49 961 634 172 59 60 30 84 45 2091 1213
1652 649 432 99 36 179 50 1212 657 198 85 72 33 74 37 2483 1330
          1                   1  
1653 567 394 69 46 120 54 1064 620 195 76 71 48 69 21 2155 1250
1654 657 401 96 65 166 76 1252 803 236 106 88 31 75 46 2570 1526
1655 676 414 95 86 134 128 1199 859 172 120 68 37 62 57 2406 1701
1656 761 498 139 89 176 152 1255 963 248 127 67 46 66 45 2701 1920
1657 705 473 112 67 231 137 1213 876 204 123 96 42 51 31 2612 1749
1658 890 440 113 36 220 32 1486 892 181 99 91 30 48 16 2958 1645
1659 822 415 116 56 193 103 1392 695 138 86 83 50 84 13 2828 1418
1660 783   108   183   1151   114   65   33   2437  
1661 983   102   330   1561   340   102   87   3505  

Place this Table after fol. 76.

Page  77

The Table of Males and Females for London.
An. Dom. Buried Christned
  Males Females Males Females.
1629 4668 4103 5218 4683
1630 5660 4894 4858 4457
1631 4549 4013 4422 4102
1632 4932 4603 4994 4590
1633 4369 4023 5158 4839
1634 5676 5224 5035 4820
1635 5548 5103 5106 4928
1636 12377 10982 4917 4605
  47779 43945 39708 37024
1637 6392 5371 4703 4457
1638 7168 6456 5359 4952
1639 5351 4511 5366 4784
1640 6761 6010 5518 5332
Total 73451 65293 60664 56549
1641 6872 6270 5470 5200
1642 7049 6224 5460 4910
1643 6842 6360 4793 4617
1644 5659 5274 4107 3997
1645 6014 5465 4047 3919
1646 6683 6097 3768 3395
1647 7313 6746 3796 3536
1648 5145 4749 3363 3181
  51577 47185 34804 3275
1649 5454 5112 3079 2746
1650 4548 4216 2890 2722
1651 5680 5147 3231 2840
1652 6543 6026 3220 2908
1653 5416 4671 3196 2959
1654 6972 6275 3441 3179
1655 6027 5330 3655 3349
1656 7365 6556 3668 3382
  44005 41333 26380 24085
1657 6578 5856 3396 3289
1658 7936 7057 3157 3013
1659 7451 7305 9209 2781
1660 7960 7158 3724 3247
  29925 27376 13186 1233
Total 198952 181187 135034 12675

Page  78

The Table by Decads of years for the Country-Parish.
      Christened.   Buried.  
Decads f years Married Males Fem. Both Males Fem. Both
5 69 190 312 302 614 214 221 435
78
5 79 185 328 309 637 287 302 589
88
5 89 175 342 274 616 337 284 621
98
•• 599 181 366 377 743 249 219 468
608
6 09 197 417 358 775 338 386 724
18
6 19 168 368 373 741 305 306 611
28
6 29 153 418 413 831 317 319 636
38
6 39 137 351 357 708 375 383 758
48
6 49 182 354 320 674 218 220 438
58
    1568 3256 3083 6339 2640 2640 5280

Page  79

The Table of the Country-Parish.Page  78
  Commu∣nicants Wed∣dings Christned Euried
Years M. F. Both M. F. Both
1569   14 38 30 68 23 21 44
1570   19 29 32 61 21 25 46
1571   18 28 26 54 23 27 50
1572   23 32 32 54 20 14 34
1573   21 34 36 70 24 13 37
1574   16 21 29 50 28 38 66
1575   24 37 29 66 15 19 34
1576   22 33 37 70 16 18 34
1577   13 29 26 55 19 21 40
1578   20 31 35 66 25 25 50
    190 312 302 614 214 221 435
1579   15 35 36 71 27 27 54
80   21 43 31 74 38 41 79
81   29 20 33 62 34 24 58
82   22 28 29 57 18 21 39
83   22 32 27 59 35 52 87
84   15 46 44 90 22 19 41
85   15 26 21 47 15 27 42
86   18 22 23 45 24 37 61
87   13 34 31 65 43 36 79
1588   15 33 34 67 31 18 49
    185 328 309 637 287 302 589
1589   20 31 27 58 28 16 44
90   16 40 29 69 36 21 57
91   12 37 28 65 35 30 65
92   14 40 25 65 28 19 47
93   20 32 20 52 33 32 65
94   24 34 37 71 16 22 38
95   16 32 28 60 33 28 61
96   9 36 26 62 42 29 71
97   23 23 25 48 53 64 117
98   21 37 29 66 33 23 66
    175 342 274 616 337 284 631
1599   19 45 31 76 21 22 43
600   16 26 34 60 20 26 46
601   16 39 32 71 18 12 30
602   14 31 32 63 29 18 47
603   12 31 38 69 32 39 71
604   21 42 35 77 26 27 53
605   19 47 34 81 21 12 33
606   19 29 41 70 28 23 51
607   27 36 47 83 33 19 52
608   17 40 53 93 21 21 42
    181 366 377 743 249 219 468

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    Christned Buryed
Years Weddings M. F. Both. M. F. Both
1609 23 30 31 61 24 41 65
10 19 46 30 76 33 40 73
11 25 40 41 81 41 32 73
12 20 55 32 87 53 63 116
13 24 41 33 74 47 41 88
14 25 50 35 85 27 36 63
15 22 35 48 83 28 36 64
16 14 38 36 74 27 41 68
17 17 45 31 76 35 28 63
1618 8 37 41 78 23 28 51
  197 417 358 775 338 386 724
1619 21 37 43 80 26 28 54
20 20 34 51 85 18 30 48
21 21 31 37 68 28 36 64
22 23 45 38 83 20 26 46
23 14 40 36 76 56 31 87
24 19 30 33 63 29 35 64
25 7 37 41 78 36 20 56
26 9 30 35 65 21 29 50
27 18 45 23 68 24 29 53
1628 16 39 36 75 47 42 89
  168 368 373 741 305 306 611
1629 22 53 38 91 46 28 74
30 8 58 45 103 26 27 53
31 20 42 29 71 26 33 59
32 16 43 50 93 15 21 36
33 12 38 65 103 18 11 29
34 23 30 45 75 18 26 44
35 11 39 32 71 18 17 35
36 15 50 37 87 42 48 90
37 13 35 36 71 25 35 60
1638 13 30 36 66 83 73 156
  153 418 413 831 317 319 636
1639 18 24 31 55 48 66 114
40 11 44 41 85 35 39 74
41 21 34 29 63 34 36 70
42 21 48 39 87 32 29 61
43 8 30 42 72 59 28 87
44 16 33 26 59 65 72 137
45 10 43 41 84 28 29 57
46 11 32 35 67 24 32 56
47 12 28 46 74 25 21 46
48 9 35 27 62 25 31 56
  137 351 357 708 375 383 758
1649 9 22 37 59 46 34 80
50 9 55 31 86 25 27 52
51 7 25 27 52 11 21 32
52 14 34 28 62 20 25 45
53 9 47 24 71 21 14 35
54 15 34 37 71 14 25 39
55 38 35 34 69 28 19 47
56 28 40 30 70 18 15 33
57 37 23 43 66 22 25 47
58 16 39 29 68 13 15 28
  182 354 320 674 218 220 438