…… we commenced our march this morning about nine o’clock proceeding south, south-west through the territory of the tribe Jumbitcho….about two o’clock we encamped in a plain called Sululta…..The Gallas in the neighboring mountains are called Sululta Gallas. Their neighbors in the south east are called Finfinnee Gallas, from the high mountains of the same denomination. As the Gallas did not pay their tribute in horses and cows, the King gave orders for all their villages to be destroyed by fire. I did not care much to know the names of the Galla villages as they are destroyed almost on every expedition. The soldiers take all they can get in the houses and then burn them.