§ Mr. HERBERT SAMUEL
Assuming that the rate of increase of population from 1901 to 1911 has continued, and that the number of children between the ages of five and fourteen bears the same proportion to the total population as in the Census of 1911, the average annual increase of population in England and Wales, respectively, between those ages for the years 1911–1914 inclusive, is:—
- England (excluding Monmouthshire), 60,100.
- Wales (including Monmouthshire), 8,400.
- England and Wales, 68,500.