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Similarly, Gilbert Hogg, the chief constable of Wolverhampton, reported in that the majority of commitments from the Irish quarter “are mainly for offenses against the public peace, and not for the crime of felony; the number of commitments of that kind being comparatively few” (Board of Health, Report on the Sanitary Condition of The first sanitary commission was appointed at Chadwick's instigation in because of a request for his help by the Whitechapel authorities who were trying to deal with a local epidemic disease. The commissioners' report attracted wide attention, and it became a text-book Sanitary map of Leeds, from the Report on the Sanitary Conditions of the Laboring Population of Great Britain, by Edwin Chadwick, British Library. The founder of the sanitary movement was not a physician and had little interest in :// The census was taken every 10 years (, , etc.) It is an official government document which is designed to record details about the whole of ritains population. Forms were sent to every address, help was provided where needed, and there were punishments for inaccurate or incomplete information. They are very accurate but