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Just as importantly, we might ask why state authorities, sometimes even without the co-operation of physicians, assumed the mantle of 47 LIFE and DEATH in the AGE of SAIL public health to the point of developing nosological classifications and sophisticated statistical systems in an attempt to understand and ameliorate the consequences of disease. From the 1840s in England and Wales, about one half of all recorded deaths were children under five years of age and about half of those were of infants under one year (and since these deaths were significantly under-recorded, this figure is an underestimation).

5 Emigrants are invariably a biased sample of the land-based population: far fewer left the United Kingdom’s shores than stayed. They may have been healthier than those they left behind; they received the imprimatur of a local medical practitioner on their application form, and before departure there was the official medical examination to pass, however cursory by modern standards. It was at this point that those with observable deformities, or who presented as weak or ill, were refused passage, strengthening a bias towards the embarkation of the healthiest of the 45 LIFE and DEATH in the AGE of SAIL applicants.

The vast majority of voyages, as we can see from Tables 3 and 4, buried less than six emigrants at sea. Alas, mourners at these maritime funerals mainly grieved for children under the age of six, and particularly under three years of age, who had succumbed to one or more of those fatal childhood infections that remain the scourge of children in some regions of the world. 9 Total ships For 1848–60 breakdown, see Table 3. General notes as for Tables, 1, 2 and 3. Appendices to General Reports of the CLEC.

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