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now, I cannot recollect, perhaps if I have been called upon soon I could have told

6th Quest. What was generally done when Chas Mason would return from Norfolk what was done at the Table Ansr Generally it was as much as his doing [?] & myself could do to nurse him for sometime. he would want so much nursing as a child, & more. I did not often see any money, I had other business to attend to, and did not attend to people doing business, & not in the habit of doing so. - Mr Bull would talk to Mason about his drunken habits & tell him he would spend every thing & have nothing left for his children, but I do not believe Mason could quit it.

7th You say you sometimes saw money; Who took charge of it Bull or Mason? Ansr I did not stay to see