SB 10.45.15-16

sarvān svān jñati-sambandhān
 digbhyaḥ kaṁsa-bhayākulān
yadu-vṛṣṇy-andhaka-madhu
 dāśārha-kukurādikān
sabhājitān samāśvāsya
 videśāvāsa-karśitān
nyavāsayat sva-geheṣu
 vittaiḥ santarpya viśva-kṛt
Synonyms: 
sarvān — all; svān — His; jñāti — close family members; sambandhān — and other relations; digbhyaḥ — from all directions; kaṁsa-bhaya — by fear of Kaṁsa; ākulān — disturbed; yadu-vṛṣṇi-andhaka-madhu-dāśārha kukura-ādikān — the Yadus, Vṛṣṇis, Andhakas, Madhus, Dāśārhas, Kukuras and so on; sabhājitān — shown honor; samāśvāsya — consoling them; videśa — in foreign regions; āvāsa — by living; karśitān — made weary; nyavāsayat — He settled; sva — in their own; geheṣu — homes; vittaiḥ — with valuable gifts; santarpya — gratifying; viśva — of the universe; kṛt — the maker.
Translation: 
The Lord then brought all His close family members and other relatives back from the various places to which they had fled in fear of Kaṁsa. He received the Yadus, Vṛṣṇis, Andhakas, Madhus, Dāśārhas, Kukuras and other clans with due honor, and He also consoled them, for they were weary of living in foreign lands. Then Lord Kṛṣṇa, the creator of the universe, resettled them in their homes and gratified them with valuable gifts.