Bonner and his wife came to remove Sally Green’s goods. I went in with them and took an inventory. Mrs Stock came and took some tea, soap etc for 2/- owing for rent, and Bonner gave the rest of the perishable articles to John Wilks for carrying the goods into Miss Dix’s premises.
I afterwards visited Stock and his wife to condole with them. Isaac Padbury’s wife their only surviving child was there.
I sent a copy of the inventory of Sally Green’s goods to Bonner. There was 2/2 in money which the poor old creature had saved up to pay her grocer. Bonner afterwards told me he paid it over to him.