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Observations on the Expectations of Lives; the In-
crease of Mankind, the number of Inhabitants in
London; and the Influence of great Towns on
Health and Population: In a Letter to Benjamin
Franklin, Esq. LL. D. and F. R. S. . . . . p. 1.
To which is added a Postscript, containing an
Account of EDINBURGH, PARIS, and Berlin,
TABLE, skewing the Proportion of Houses to Fami-
lies and Inhabitants in various Towns and
On the proper Method of constructing Tables for
determining the Rate of Human Mortality, the
Number of Inhabitants, and the Values of Lives
any Town or District, from Bills of Mortality
in which are specified the Numbers dying at all
SUPPLEMENT, containing Additional Observations
on the Duration of Human Life, &c..... 117.
Of Population, and the general causes which pro-
mote or obstruct it; and the present State of it in
England compared with its State formerly, p. 137.
Review of the Controversy relating to the State of
Population in ENGLAND and WALES since the
OBSERVATIONS by the Editor.
First Additional Essay.
Second Additional Essay, on the Insalubrity of
marshy Situations: In a Letter to the Rev. Dr.
GENERAL INTRODUCTION to the Tables.. p. 245.
Tables of Compound Interest; of the Duration of
Human Life in different Situations; of the Values
of Annuities on Single and Joint Lives in London,
Northampton, Sweden, in country Towns, and
among Mankind at large, &c. &c. (See the
Index under TABLES) with Explanations, Re-
marks, and Directions p. 262.
Containing Tables of Weekly Contributions, towards
enabling the labouring Poor to provide Support
for themselves in Sickness and Old Age.. p. 473.