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" The number of deaths is about 332,708 yearly, which makes nearly 25,592 monthly, 6898 weekly, 914 daily, and 40 hourly. The deaths among the women are in proportion to those of the men as 50 to 54. The married women live longer than those who continue... "
The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal - Seite 377
1826
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The Edinburgh Annual Register

1828
...deaths is about 332,708 yearly, which makes nearly 25,592 monthly, 6398 weekly, 914 daily, and forty hourly. The deaths among the women are in proportion to those of the men as fifty to fiftv-fonr. The married women live longer than those who continue in celibacy. In the country,...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1835
...women nre in proportion to those of the men, a* 50 to 54. The niairled women live longer than thnse who continue in celibacy. In the country, the mean...the number of children produced by each marriage, is four; in towns, the proportion i< seven for every two marriage*. The number of married women is to...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Band 3

1826
...had no issue. The number of deaths is about 332,708 yearly, which makes nearly 25,592 monthly, 6398 weekly, 914 daily, and 40 hourly. The deaths among...proportion to those of the men as 50 to 54. The married wumen live longer than those who continue in celibacy. In tke country, the mean term of the number...
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The Monthly Magazine

1826
...The number of deaths ia about 332,709 yearly, which makes nearly 25,502 monthly, 6,398 weekly, 9 M daily, and 4-0 hourly. The deaths among the women are in proportion to those of the men as 50 to ¿Я. The married women live longer than those who continue in celibacy. In the country, the mean term...
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The United States Literary Gazette, Band 4

1826
...remarked, that one out of twenty-one is without issue. The numher of deaths is about 332,708 yearly. The deaths among the women are in proportion to those of the men as fifty to fifty-four. The married women live longer than those who continue in a state of celibacy....
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Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy, Band 5

1826
...which had no issue. The number of deaths is about 332708 yearly, which makes nearly 25592 monthly, 6398 weekly, 914 daily, and 40 hourly. The deaths among the women are iu proportion to those of the men, as 50 to 54. The married women live longer than those who continue...
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The Medical Intelligencer: Containing Extracts from Foreign and ..., Band 4

1827
...makes nearly 25,502 monthly, 6,398 weekly, 914 daily, and 40 hourly. The deaths among the women afe in proportion to those of the men as 50 to 54. The married women live longer than thosti who continue in celibacy. In the country, the mean term of the number of children produced by...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1836
...makes nearly 25,592 monthly, 6398 weekly, 914 daily, and 40 hourly. The deaths among the women ar« in proportion to those of the men as 50 to 54. The...the number of children produced by each marriage is four ; in towns, the proportion in seven for every two mar. liages. The number of married women is...
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