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[118] using it for the field to hunt in. He smilingly remarked to some who through modesty attempted to hide, ‘Don't stop, I like to see you all busy.’ Talking of Major Brady, no one can say that he was not always polite, and he appeared to be very friendly towards the prisoners, yet it is said he made more than $1,000,000, outside of his pay, from his position. Having charge of all the sutler establishments, and all the money, boxes, letters, and presents passing through or in his hands, his position must have made him a rich man.

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