CC Madhya 15.193

tabe sārvabhauma kare āra nivedana
tomāra saṅge sannyāsī āche daśa-jana
Word for word: 
tabe — thereafter; sārvabhauma — Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya; kare — does; āra — another; nivedana — submission; tomāra saṅge — with You; sannyāsī — in the renounced order of life; āche — there are; daśa-jana — ten persons.
Translation: 
After this, Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya said, “My Lord, there are ten sannyāsīs with You.”
Purport: 

A sannyāsī should not cook food for himself or accept an invitation to eat at a devotee’s house continuously for many days. Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu was very kind and affectionate toward His devotees, yet He would not accept a long invitation at Sārvabhauma’s house. Out of affection, He accepted only five days in the month. The ten sannyāsīs living with the Lord were (1) Paramānanda Purī, (2) Svarūpa Dāmodara, (3) Brahmānanda Purī, (4) Brahmānanda Bhāratī, (5) Viṣṇu Purī, (6) Keśava Purī, (7) Kṛṣṇānanda Purī, (8) Nṛsiṁha Tīrtha, (9) Sukhānanda Purī and (10) Satyānanda Bhāratī.