My brother has got an invoice from Lal-bazar, and is gone into the forest. When he comes I can pay the money.
How long will it be before he comes, and you pay the rent?
I will put a peon over you. When he has waited, and got the money, I'll set you at liberty.
If you cut me to pieces, Sir, there will be no money till my brother comes home.
Jumadar, put a peon over this fellow.
Yes, Sir, it shall be done.
Stay, Mr. Jumadar. I want lo speak a few words to my landlord.
Take that rascal away from hence.
Sir, you make such a piece of work about this rent. I got no produce from the ground which I did sow.
What did you do with the crop you got in Bhadra.
Where did I get a crop in Bhadra? There was nothing on that ground this year.
There was produce at other villages; what's the reason why you get nothing?
Sir, only ask Rumjan what bad ground that is.
How, Rumjan? What does this fellow say? Have you seen?
He cultivated that ground very carefully, Sir. There was no water: what could he do?
Well, do you write a promise. In how long time will you give the money?