How Did Londoners Die in the 1600s?

Examining a Bill of Mortality from 1665

Keith McNulty

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In the 1600s London was a mostly filthy, overcrowded city. It was much, much smaller than the massive conurbation that it has developed into today. Streets were narrow, and rickety wooden buildings were packed into these alleyways, with progressive building upwards and outwards. If you looked above your head on some streets, it would be…

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Keith McNulty

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