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The number of voluntary general and specialist hospitals and dispensaries funded by private charity and providing free treatment and medicine was expanded. In Ireland seven voluntary hospitals were opened in Dublin between 1718 and 1773. By 1804 there was at least one general infirmary in each county and, by 1845, 632 dispensaries. In Scotland a similar process was evident. In England 33 voluntary hospitals were founded between 1720 and 1800 and dispensaries were treating over 50,000 patients a year in the London area by 1800.
Despite this, English death rates fell from 25–6 per thousand in 1750 to 22 per thousand a century later, with much of that decline taking place after 1810. In Scotland, too, mortality fell even more rapidly than in England during the second half of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Scottish death rates fell from 37–8 to 29 per thousand, infant mortality from 236–8 to 163–4 per thousand live births between 1750 and 1820. Morris Atlas of Industrializing Britain, Methuen, 1986, p. 11.
In Ireland low rates of emigration from County Cork before 1840 can be explained by the large number of landless labourers unable to meet the costs of movement. Only after 1846, when conditions improved, did emigration rates increase. Regional and socio-occupational patterns of emigration show that the worst extremes of poverty prevented as often as they promoted movement abroad. Internal migration The most striking features of internal migration in the pre-industrial period were its frequency and its usually restricted geographical range.