This is not the way of us plowmen. We don't know who to call a helper. We, Sir, are a particular sort of people. Who asks any thing about us?
Then if you will not go there, take it of your brother, who has taken an invoice from the merchant at Lal-bazar and is gone to the woods, and pay it.
I took the money of one boat load from him in Asharh, and have spent it. I cannot clear that off.
Go to-day, sell your house, and procure the money, and pay it in a day or two.
I'll go, Sir, and try. If I can accomplish it, I'll bring and pay the money.
The taxes must be sent in three or four days. Bring it before that time.
I am going to try. If I can get it, by selling my goods, or by borrowing, as soon as I get it into my hand, I will bring it.
If you don't pay the money by the day the rents are sent off; you must pay the expence of sending it afterwards.
Sir, you are governor. I can't clear off my rent. Must I pay extra expences?
Then, what is the payment of the whole to be stopped on account of your money?
What will the sending of your bag of rents be hindered for my money?
If you don't pay, how are the rents to be paid in?