CC Antya 12.102

śivānanda-sena-gṛhe yāñā rahilā
‘candanādi’ taila tāhāṅ eka-mātrā kailā
Word for word: 
śivānanda-sena-gṛhe — to the house of Śivānanda Sena; yāñā — going; rahilā — remained; candana-ādi taila — oil distilled from sandalwood and other substances; tāhāṅ — there; eka-mātrā — one mātrā (sixteen seers, or about fifteen kilograms); kailā — prepared.
Translation: 
Jagadānanda Paṇḍita stayed at the house of Śivānanda Sena for some time, and they prepared about sixteen seers of scented sandalwood oil.