Very well, Sir. I will tell him, and come again.
Go tell him, and return quickly.
Sir, the Jumadar is come.
How Jumadar? None of the clerks are come yet.
The clerks are come. Why do you ask for them, Sir?
Do you take this tenant to the clerks. Tell them to look how much land is written in his lease; and after they have examined his lease, to make out his account, and come with him.
As you order, Sir. I'll take him to the office.
Going to the clerks, he said, Look at this tenant's lease, and make out his account. 'Tis master's orders.
This tenant's account is made out. What other account must I make out to-day?
How have you made out my account, Sir. I have not heard. Cause me to understand it.
Every month your account is made out, yet you don't understand it, you refractory fellow.
How much land have you entered my farm? I cannot understand that, either by night or by day.
Is your land less now than it was formerly?
You have given two pieces of the original farm to the brahmuns. The rest remains.
When was any thing given to the brahmuns out of your land? What have you to do with land given to brahmuns?
Whose farm was that land taken from, which was given to the teaching brahmun?