Late in the evening Kamba Tsenam came sneaking into my tent.
The Governor, Kamba Bombo, is here, and invites you to-day to a feast in his tent.
His name was Kamba Tsenam, and it was his tent near which we had so nearly been detained two days before.
The Kazi (or headman) of Kamba Baji was our friend from the first.
If I step on Kamba, it will be lost in the sea, whilst Muaimbila would rise into the skies.
If I step on Kamba it will be lost in the sea, and Muaimbila shall rise to the sky.
The Tongan fleet would be derelict at Kamba for want of hands to work the sails after the battle.
Instances of this tenure are to be found in Kamba and Nambua.
Kamba Tsenam thus revealed himself as a cunning rogue, who had not the slightest respect for the authorities of Saka.
When they came up, carpets and cushions were spread on the ground, and on these Kamba Bombo took his seat.