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Nov. 10, Abigail, wife of Christopher Tuttle, consump. 49 21, Deacon Levi Pardee, diarrhea,

72 Infant of Jacob Goodsell,

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11m. Dec. 30, Lydia Fields, of Isaac H. Pardee, cholera,

1814. Jan. 14, Joseph Hawkins, peripneumony,

52 29, Timothy Way, dropsy,

69 Feb. 6, Edward, of Tyler Heminway, cholera, 3m. 14, Wyllys, of Isaac Moulthrop, consump.

4m. 16, Justin Bradley, consump

27 July 29, Reuben Moulthrop, diarrhea,

51. 30, Capt. Isaac Chedsey, dropsy,

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21 Aug. 11, Reuel Barnes, at Edenton, N. C. typhus fev.

29, Levi Potter, jun. consump: Sept. 8, Frances, of Rev. Saul Clark, meazles, 10w. Dec. 16, Hezekiah Thompson, in the army,

21 31, Desire, wife of Samuel Thompson,

78 1815. Jan. 10, Jesse Denison, gravel,

69 11, James Potter, consump.

25 Feb. 16, Sarah Andrews, consump.

35 March 23, Lovisa, wife of Joel Bradley, head disease, 45 24, Anna, wife of Isaac Forbes, consump.

41 April 7, Mehitabel, widow of Ichabod Bishop, fit, 60

52 May 21, Hezekiah Woodward, fever, June 4, A child of widow Mary Potter,

1 24, Hannah, widow of Abraham Chedsey, liver affection,

69 Aug. - Swayne Moulthrop, consump.

24 Sept. —, Anna Maria, of Daniel Rowe, whooping cough, 9m. 26, Elizabeth Eggleston, dys.

70 29, Bradley, of Isaac Pardee, a rupture,

8m. Oct. 2, Frances Abigail, of Jacob Goodsell, cholera, 10m. 21, Amos Mallory, dys.

11 Col. Asa Bray, dys.

60 Nov. 2, Mary, wife of Amos Thompson, typhus fever,

62 3, Barney Nelson, of Daniel Rowe, dys.

8 22, William, of Willet Heminway, dropsy,

2 Dec. 11, Charlotte, wife of Amos Morris, jun. consump. 32

15, Julia, of Townsend Bartlett, dysentery, 14m. Hannah, wife of Asa Mallory, consump

67 Silas Barnes, lost at sea,

26 Daniel Wedmore, lost at sea,

23 Collins Hughes, lost at sea,

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1816. Jan. 5, Moses Heminway, gravel,

54 22, Deacon Stephen Smith,

92 29, John Goodsell, fever,

68 Feb. 3, Amos Broton, of Amasa Mallory, peripneum. 3m. March 6, Lois, wife of Edward Russell, pleurisy,

45 Eunice, wife of Benj'n Mallory, peripneum.

65 10, Hannah, wife of Abraham Barnes, consump.

68 April 19, Leuramah, wife of Jeremiah B. Davidson, cons. 24 May,

John, of Collins Hughes,
6, John Chedsey, peripneumony,

68 1817. Jan. 14, Asahel Chedsey, consumption,

36 14, Sarah, wife of Daniel Hughes, cancer,

60 Feb. Samuel Thompson, peripneumony,

80 May 4, Mary, widow of Levi Potter, jun. consumption, 34 20, Samuel Tuttle,

78 June 2, Mary, widow of Samuel Thompson, fit,

52 Aug. 12, Infant, of Rosewell Auger. Sept. 24, Amos Thompson, typhus fever,

66 Oct. 1, Widow Thankful Luddington,

90 2, Mary Bradley, consumption,

31 Dec. 16, Mary, widow of Stephen Thompson, dropsy, 82

1818. Jan. 7, Olive, wife of Justin Luddington, childbed, 20 Feb. 4, Elisabeth, widow of Benjamin Smith, jun. cons. 31 13, Sarah Bradley, dropsy,

46 Jared Grannis, jun. lost at sea,

19 March 3, Anna, wife of Dan Holt, asthma,

71 5, Stepner Primus, consumption,

50 April 5, Amos, of Amasa Mallory, lung fever, May 11, Mehitabel Russel, dropsy,

73 15, Abraham Barnes, consumption,

71 Sept. 30, Collins Hughes, consumption,

53 Nov. 1, Joseph Tuttle, consumption,

29 18, Amma Tyler, yellow fever, St. Kitts,

28 22, Edward, of widow Flavel, croup,

1 1819. Jan. 11. Benjamin Mallory, palsy,

68 April 13, Julia Barnes, died'instantly,

23 19, Rosewell, of Wm. Bradley, s. pock, Martinique, 20 21, Dennis, of William Barnes, consumption, 2

26, Stephen Woodward, Esq. dropsy, May 7, Mary, wife of Gurdon Bradley, palsy,

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Aug. 5, Stephen Pardee, consumption,

33 13, Stephen Shepard, palsy, 26, John Woodward,

51 Sept. 4, Willet, of Willet Heminway, cholera,

1 Oct. 1, Sarah, widow of Samuel Moulthrop,

86 Sept. be- (Alford Warts, lost at sea in a gale,

26 tween 18 ames Smith,

do. and 25, Warren Smith, do.

21 Leman Parker, do.

18 Orin Broton, do.

17 Nov. 7, George, of Isaac H. Pardee, diarrhea,

1 Dec. 13, widow Eleanor Mallory, palsy,

1820. Jan. 9, John Davenport, apoplexy,

82 17, Amoret, of Benj'n Pardee, bowel obstruction, 9m. Feb. 12, Merit, of Milton Finch, bowel obstruction, 3 15, Samuel Bradley, pleurisy,

45 April 28, Samuel Potter, consumption,

17 July 15, Sherman Kingsbury, consumption,

56 Oct. 5, Samuel Thompson, of Samol Bradley, 2d, cons. 11w.

16, Sarah-Ann, of Russel Hughes, consumption, 18m. Nov. 11, Mary, widow of Isaac Luddington,

81 1821. June 3, Sarah, of Abraham Thompson,

10m. July 13, Lois, wife of Moses A. Street,

43 Aug. 6, Anna, widow of John Chedsey, consumption, 70 19, Jonathan Finch, consumption,

62 Sept. 3, Jacob Thompson, by shipwreck,

29 Oct. 16, Anson Todd, typhus fever,

18 Nov. 4, Huldah, relict of Jared Heminway, palsy, 67 5, John, of widow Mary Woodward, accidentally shot,

14 13, Mary, widow of Edward Russel, jun..

90 16, Capt. Gurdon Bradley,

83 22, Esther Bradley, typhus fever, 26, Hannah, widow of Timothy Way, palsy,

65 1822. Jan. 1, Phebe, wife of Gurdon Pardee, consumption, 42 2, Jacob Chedsey 2d, consumption,

43 8, Caleb Smith, consumption, 22, Willard Bradley, consumption,

26 May 24, Samuel Stansbury, insanity,

51 30, Esther, wife of Josiah Moulthrop, by a fall, 58 June 15, Lydia, of Major Russel, cholera,

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July 31, Isaac Holt Pardee, typhus fever,

41 Sept. 28, Joseph Heminway, consumption,

77 Nov. 25, Lydia, child of Amos Morris,

2 Dec. 24, Lue Adeline, child of Bela Forbes, burnt, 1

1823. Jan. 18, Wm. Broton, hurt in a tavern, 4 days after died, 22 March 8, Infant, of Wyllys Mallory,

id. 17, Lois, widow of Stephen Thompson, jun. cons. 70

29, Sarah, child of Samuel Lindsley, lung fever, 2 April 25, Didamea, wife of Samʼl Smith, (Foxon,) dropsy, 75

29, Maria, of Milton Finch, consumption, 4m. July 7, Mabel, widow of Joseph Bishop,

91 & 8m. Oct. 2, Harriet, of John A. Thomas, dropsy,

7 11, Deacon A. Morris, consumption,

73 13, Lorana Moulthrop, cholera,

45 19, Mary, widow of Charles Bishop, consumption, 84

29, Asenath, of Asahel Bradley, 2d, consumption, 20 Nov. 7, Josiah Moulthrop, mortification,

70 8, Samuel Smith, (Foxon,) dropsy,

75 Deaths in 1824, up to the 20th of August. Jan. 18, Milton Finch, consumption,

35 Feb. 24, Moses A. Street,

53 29, Mehitabel, widow of Daniel Auger, dropsy, 81 March 21, Lydia, wife of Isaac Moulthrop, fever, 31 April 20, Bethiah, widow of Samuel Tuttle, asthma, 82

29, Benjamin Gates, of Daniel Smith, cramp, 4d. May 10, Desire Moulthrop, consumption,

31 13, Mary, widow of Ebenezer Chedsey,

92 Aug. 19, Widow Abigail Benham, cholera,

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TABLE OF MORTALITY. The following table exhibits the annual number of deaths of

persons belonging to East-Haven, from the beginning of the year 1773 to the end of the

year

1823 :In 1773 34 1786 19

1799 12

1812 12 1774 17 1787 11 1800 13

1813 39 1775 15 1788 20

1801 12

1814 12 1776 13 1789 12

1802 16 1815
1777 16
1790 19
1803 28

1816 10
1778 8
1791 16
1804 11

1817 11 1779 11 1792 1805 19

1818 13 1780 1793 22 1806 13

1819 18 1781 14 1794 28 1807 16 1820 9 1782 19 1795 32 1808 12

1821 12 1783 20 1796 1809 11

1822 11 1784 14 1797 16 1810

1823 14 1785 13 1798 14

1811 22 Whole number of deaths, 841. The average number annually, has been about 16% for the last 51 years.

The following table will show the comparative amount of deaths at different periods of life :

Deaths under one year old, 116
Under two years,

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3 years, 19 of 4 | 10 of 19 11 of 34 9 of 50 9 of 65 \ 13 of 80 16 of 5 21 of 20 7 of 35 5 of 51 7 of 66 4 of 81 10 of 6 11 of 21 9 of 36 5 of 52 9 of 67 8 of 82 8 of 7 18 of 22

6 of 37 1 of 53 | 14 of 68 4 of 83 11 of 8 5 of 23 4 of 38 2 of 54 8 of 69 11 of 84 6 of 9 16 of 24 1 of 39 7 of 55 12 of 70 4 of 85 6 of 10 8 of 25 8 of 40 7 of 56 13 of 71 3 of 86 2 of 11 7 of 26 4 of 41 6 of 57 2 of 72 3 of 87 6 of 12 | 12 of 27 4 of 42 5 of 58 4 of 73 2 of 88 1 of 13 6 of 28 4 of 43 2 of 59 3 of 74 1 of 89 4 of 14 5 of 29 9 of 45 14 of 60 8 of 75 5 of 90 7 of 15 | 13 of 30 4 of 46 6 of 61 4 of 76 1 of 91 3 of 16 4 of 31 4 of 47 3 of 62 10 of 77 2 of 92 11 of 17 8 of 32 5 of 48 5 of 63 7 of 78 1 of 94 16 of 18 6 of 33

of 49 5 of 64 2 of 79 1 100 Of seven deaths the ages are not mentioned.

The fatal diseases prevalent in this town are, Dysentery, Canker. Rash, Croup, Pleurisy, Consumption, Nervous and Typhus Fever.Palsy and Apoplexy have been frequent among the aged.

A large number of men were lost at sea-by sickness in foreign ports, and by war. Employment in navigation has been exceeding fatal to the lives of the seamen of East-Haven.

Of two years,

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