CC Ādi 13.109

yautuka pāila yata,ghare vā āchila kata,
saba dhana vipre dila dāna
yata nartaka, gāyana,
bhāṭa, akiñcana jana,
dhana diyā kaila sabāra māna
Word for word: 
yautuka — presentation; pāila — received; yata — as much as; ghare — in the house; — or; āchila — there was; kata — whatever; saba dhana — all riches; vipre — unto the brāhmaṇas; dila — gave; dāna — in charity; yata — all; nartaka — dancers; gāyana — singers; bhāṭa — blessers; akiñcana jana — poor men; dhana diyā — giving them riches; kaila — did; sabāra — everyone’s; māna — honor.
Translation: 
Whatever riches Jagannātha Miśra collected in the form of gifts and presentations, and whatever he had in his house, he distributed among the brāhmaṇas, professional singers, dancers, bhāṭas and the poor. He honored them all by giving them riches in charity.