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The _gadado_ was preceded by a band, with four long trumpets, two drums, and a pipe.
At the town of Jaza he met his old friend the _gadado_, the sultan's general, with a numerous train on horseback and foot.
The _gadado_ himself arrived in the evening, and was excessively polite, but would not drink tea with him, as he said that he was a stranger in their land, and had not yet eaten of his bread.
They first proceeded to the house of the _gadado_, the lord of the treasury.
_gadado_, or vizier, where apartments were provided for him and his servants.
Occasionally a single horseman would gallop up and brandish his spear, while he covered himself with his large leathern shield, returning as fast as he went and shouting: "Shields to the wall, you soldiers of the _gadado_!