|Suppose then fifty thousand extraordinary cases, at the rate of ten pounds per family per annum||£500,000|
|100,000 families, at £8 per family per annum||800,000|
|100,000 families, at £7 per family per annum||700,000|
|104,000 families, at £5 per family per annum||20,000|
|And instead of ten shillings per head for the education of other children, to allow fifty shillings per family for that purpose to fifty thousand families||250,000|
|140,000 aged persons as before||1,120,000|
This arrangement amounts to the same sum as stated in this work, Part II, line number 1068, including the £250,000 for education; but it provides (including the aged people) for four hundred and four thousand families, which is almost one third of an the families in England.