CC Antya 9.107

eta bali’ ‘neta-dhaṭī’ tāre parāila
“prabhu-ājñā lañā yāha, vidāya tomā dila”
Word for word: 
eta bali’ — saying this; neta-dhaṭī — silken wrapper; tāre parāila — put on him; prabhu-ājñā lañā — after taking permission from Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; yāha — go; vidāya — farewell; tomā — to you; dila — I give.
Translation: 
After saying this, the King appointed him by offering him a silken wrapper for his body. “Go to Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu,” he said. “After taking permission from Him, go to your home. I bid you farewell. Now you may go.”