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decline in the birth-rate of New South Wales and other phenomena of child-birth
Coghlan, Timothy Augustine Sir
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Excerpt from The Decline in the Birth-Rate of New South Wales and Other Phenomena of Child-Birth: An Essay in Statistics There is nothing as regards the phenomena of child-birth in which the Australian states can be mid to dim iii any material Way from other civilised countries.
The results here presented, can, therefore, he : T. Coghlan. Get this from a library. The decline in the birth-rate of New South Wales and other phenomena of child-birth: an essay in statistics. [T A Coghlan, Sir; New South Wales. Office of.
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AN ESSAY IN STATISTICS BT T. COGHLAN UOXOEAET mXOV or THB BOTAL tTTATlimcAL tfOCUTT, COBBBBMUrOaiQ BOTAL adCIRT OF TAJIMAXIA. on the Mortality of Infants in New South Wales.
Sydney, New South* Wales, T. Coghlan, the able government statistician of New South Wales, published in a little book entitled "The Decline in the Birth-rate of New South Wales and Other Phenomena of Child. birth." In this essay it was shown that a notable decline had oc.
curred in. Author(s): Coghlan,Timothy Augustine,Sir, Title(s): The decline in the birth-rate of New South Wales, and other phenomena of child-birth. An essay in statistics. Country of Publication: Australia Publisher: Sydney, Gullick, Description: 67 p.
Language: English NLM ID: R[Book]. Coghlan, T. (Timothy Augustine), Sir, The decline in the birth-rate of New South Wales and other phenomena of child-birth: an essay in statistics by T.A. Coghlan (Sydney, W.A. Gullick, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
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Home birth in the United Kingdom has also received some press since There was a movement, most notably in Wales, to increase home birth rates to 10% by Between andthere was an increase of 16% of home birth rates in Wales, but by the total home birth rate was still 3% even in Wales (double the national rate).
During the twenty years preceding the census of there was a fall in the death rate of per thousand, of which, however, 1 per thousand is attributable to the decline in the birth rate, the balance being attributable to improved sanitary conditions.
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