Tobias watches the muscles in the boy's face shift slightly, and Charles' eyes grow slightly distant as he thought. "I suppose if you must, you can use some of the money for your poet supplies. Paper, pens, whatever else you might need. Just title the amounts your 'allowance'. But be careful to budget yourself as carefully as you budget the house. All your clothes, opera tickets, poetry supplies, presents to lady friends, they all must come out of that allowance." He explains. "When I was your age, I tried not to spend more than £10 a week on myself. Of course, prizes are higher now, but I still want you to be careful with your spending. You mother will ask what exactly it is you have bought, if you need more money. I would suggest, however, you come to me if the problem arises. Your mother will ask questions a man would not ask another." He says, with a faint smile. "Of course, when you plan to hold your party, we shall give you an extra amount to pay for decorations and entertainments."