CC Ādi 10.108

jagannātha ācārya prabhura priya dāsa
prabhura ājñāte teṅho kaila gaṅgā-vāsa
Word for word: 
jagannātha ācārya — Jagannātha Ācārya; prabhura — of the Lord; priya dāsa — very dear servant; prabhura ājñāte — by the order of the Lord; teṅho — he; kaila — agreed; gaṅgā-vāsa — living on the bank of the Ganges.
Translation: 
Jagannātha Ācārya, the fiftieth branch of the Caitanya tree, was an extremely dear servant of the Lord, by whose order he decided to live on the bank of the Ganges.
Purport: 

Jagannātha Ācārya is stated in the Gaura-gaṇoddeśa-dīpikā (111) to have formerly been Durvāsā of Nidhuvana.