Annual report of the registrar-general of births, deaths, and marriages in England. v. 28-29, 1865-66, Volúmenes28-29

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Great Britain General Registrar Office, 1867
 

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Página vii - ... archdeaconry, or to the justices of the peace at the general or quarter sessions...
Página vii - Archdeaconry, or to the Justices of the Peace, at the General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County, City, or Place, in which such meeting shall be held and registered in the said Bishop's or Archdeacon's Court respectively, or recorded at the said General or Quarter Sessions...
Página xxvii - Officer authorized authorized by the Board of Guardians or by the Overseers respectively, and the Cost of such Proceedings shall be defrayed out of the Common Fund of the Union, or out of the Poor Rates of any Parish not included in a Union.
Página 195 - ... and every person who shall bury or perform any funeral or any religious service for the burial of any dead body, for which no certificate shall have been duly made and delivered as aforesaid, either by the registrar or coroner, and who shall not within seven days give notice thereof to the registrar, shall forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding ten pounds for every such offence.
Página ix - Evangelical Unionists Followers of the Lord Jesus Christ Free Catholic Christian Church Free Christian Association Free Christians Free Church Free Church (Episcopal) Free Church of England Free...
Página xlix - ... Caledonia. Very probably, also, the system of giving prisoners " repeated opportunities of amendment," as it is called in this country — but which, in fact, would be more aptly styled "renewed opportunities for depravity" — has, from good but mistaken motives, been carried much too far in Scotland. Be this as it may, nothing is more certain than that the substitution of a race of repeatedly convicted and hardened offenders, under the milder system of punishment in Great Britain...
Página 195 - Body, and if any dead Body shall be buried for which no such Certificate shall have been so delivered, the Person who shall bury or perform any Funeral or any religious Service for the Burial shall forthwith give Notice thereof to the...
Página xxxvii - Kingdom was probably about 750 daily. 19,146 emigrants sailed from the ports of the United Kingdom at which there are Government emigration agents, of whom 7,230, or, allowing for persons of undistinguished birthplace, 8,142, were of English origin.
Página 195 - December 1863, the jury shall inquire of the particulars herein required to be registered concerning the death, and the coroner shall communicate the finding of the jury in writing under his hand to the registrar, and the registrar shall make the entry accordingly...
Página 173 - ... air of close barracks. To test this may be difficult, but the origin and propagation of the most fatal of all human diseases deserves full investigation. The inquiry should also extend to cancer and the other constitutional diseases, among which should perhaps now be included diabetes. It is not easy to ascertain how diabetes is set up...

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