with the section of Armenian manuscripts.
are some very curious Mss. in the monastery,
|he present letter will be delivered to you by two Armenian friars, on their way, by England, to Madras. They will also convey some copies, of the grammar, which I think you agreed to take. If you can be of any use to them, either amongst your naval or East Indian acquaintances, I hope you will so far oblige me, as they and their order have been remarkably attentive and friendly towards me since my arrival at Venice. Their names are Father Sukias Somalian and Father Sarkis Teodorosian. They speak Italian, and probably French, or a little English. Repeating earnestly my recommendatory request, believe me, very truly, yours, Byron. Perhaps you can help them to their passage, or give or get them letters for India.|