CC Antya 6.22

mārite ānaye yadi dekhe raghunāthe
mana phiri’ yāya, tabe nā pāre mārite
Word for word: 
mārite — to beat; ānaye — brings; yadi — when; dekhe — sees; raghunāthe — Raghunātha dāsa; mana — his mind; phiri’ yāya — becomes changed; tabe — at that time; pāre mārite — he could not beat.
Translation: 
The caudhurī wanted to beat him, but as soon as he saw Raghunātha’s face, his mind changed, and he could not beat him.