"I take the opportunity of sending this letter & your Ferman1 by a boat which will convey to Athens a bevy of my servants coming to carry off all my clothes vases &c which I left at that place when I came up here."
"I have just heard that the Frigates will sail tomorrow morning early, and as I shall not therefore have an opportunity of seeing you before we meet in England I write you a line to wish you a pleasant voyage, ...."
Suleiman Aga seems to have lent Byron some money. Byron purchased some guns and a gold watch (the watch cost £31.10s) in London in 1813, in preparation for a Levantine journey that never transpired; so Suleiman Aga may have waited in vain. [PSC]