Extent of London.
|So as the People of Paris according
to the above account, is
|Of Rouen according to Monsr. Auzout's
|Of Rome according to his own report
thereof in a former Letter|11|
|So as there are more People at London than at
Paris, Rouen and Rome by
|Memorandum, That the Parishes of Islington,
Newington and Hackney, for which onely there is
any colour of Non-contiguity, is not 1⁄52 part of
what is contained in the Bills of Mortality, and
consequently London, without the said 3 Parishes,
hath more |12| People than Paris and Rouen put
|Which number of 114,284 is probably more People than|
any other City of France contains. |13|
- 1686 omits 'So as.'
- 1686, 'the above-said Account.'
- '488,055' should be 489,555.
- '693,055' should be 694,555.
- 1686 omits 'in a former letter,' which may imply that a second letter, making the first 'former,' was received from Auzout between the publication of this essay in the Philos. Trans. and its issue in book form.
- '2663' should be 1163.
- 1686, 'without them, hath.'
- '114,284' should be 112,784.
- 1686 omits the last paragraph 'Which... contains,' and concludes with the 'several other estimates' printed on p. 537.