Thomas Henson says he returned from the Huon on the 20th May having been absent from Town more than a fortnight. On the Monday after the death of his child he went to the Church and saw Browne. Browne then said you must bring in a certificate of the death and you must give me half a Crown and also a half Crown for the Grave digger. He also said you must bring the child to the Church at exactly three oClock. Henson attended at 3 oClock as told so to do and took the body out of the Cab, at the Gate Browne came and said "Take the body to the ground & do not bring it in."A stout gentleman was standing by and said to me, "My good man, you are a poor man, take the child into the Church, and I will see into it for you." Browne overheard the observation and then said to me "You can take the body into the Church and there wait until the other funeral is done." I felt annoyed & not wishing any disturbance I went to the ground and waited half an hour until the other corpse came. After the service had been read Browne came to me and asked me my name and also the name of the child. I told him. He then held out his hand and asked me for the fee. I said "I do not know what Hobarton charges were." Here are the two half crowns that you told me to bring you." Brown took the money. I wished him good day, thanked him & left the burial ground.