Of these long-term survivors, 20 were in the hospital and 13 at home at the end of the ten years.
The mad were to be examined and either set at liberty or "cared for in hospitals indicated for that purpose".
A similar suggestion has been made by Sarah Burton Follow this link to see why I think this unlikely.
He was disqualified a Trustee in because his attendance was infrequent.
The edition had a ten picture engraving that was explained by a poem in the edition.
But few of the patients seem to be employed.