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INT. CASTLE HACKTON - RODERICK'S STUDY - DAY

Roderick and his accountant going over the bills which he has heaped on the table.

RODERICK (V.O.)

The news of His Majesty's disregard were not long in getting around, and, in a very short time, all the bills came down upon me together -­all the bills I had been contracting for the years of my marriage. I won't cite their amount; it was frightful. I was bound up in an inextricable toil of bills and debts, or mortgages and insurances, and all the horrible evils attendant upon them.


INT. LORD WESTS OFFICE - DAY | Barry Lindon | EXT. CASTLE HACKTON - GROUNDS - DAY