Khansaman; What are the separate offices of all these? Tell the particulars.
Sir, as your command.
A GENTLEMAN GIVING ORDERS.
Next day the gentleman rising in the morning ordered:—
Khidmutgar, bring the chillumchee and ewer with water; I want to wash my face.
Sir, water is ready, please to wash your face.
Call the Barber, I will be shared.
Sir, the Barber is come; please to be shared.
Where is the Barber; I want my hair dressed.
Sir, I am he; I am present.
Bearer, bring clean linen. I will change my clothes.
Give orders to the Coachman; let him get the carriage ready; I will go an airing.
Coachman, make haste, get the carriage ready.
which carriage shall I get ready; the coach and four, or the chaise and pair?
Get ready the coach and four.
Khansaman, lay the table for breakfast; I will soon return. Get the great table ready; several gentlemen will breakfast here.
Then, Sir, I will lay the table in the great hall.