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350 keeping, education of children; tradesmen's bills, wages of servants, charity, and incidental expenses. Now, if the physician's practice, his faculties, or his health fail, he has no resources to fall back upon; if he dies, his widow and family are left without means, perhaps in want; while his. opulent neighbour, who returns £1000 a. year income, pays the same income-tax-viz., X29 3s. 4d. ; and, at his death, leaves £20,000, at five per cent., £25,000, at four per cent.; or, the enormousdoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)78816-8 fatcat:rsyltqzsxfe3llhx2fd34z3ya4