Then Joseph commanded to fill their sacks with corn
Which was as much as they came for: and to restore every man's money into his sack;
the money paid by each for his quantity of corn delivered to him, not into the person's hands, but to be put into his sack privately, and unknown to him; and to give them provision for the way;
sufficient both for themselves and for their cattle, that they might carry the whole of what corn they bought to their families: and thus did he unto them;
that is, not Joseph, but his steward or deputy, or however the servant that he gave the above order to.