British representative Mirza Mahomed Roza in Shiraz
r".: fwHowinrj IS an extract from 1 letter : . " With regret I tnnounce the.' tlcath of Ihr. Jt.hu PIoviL j 'l! I"' of' Messrs. Floyd, Mills, and Co., which took .place at Shirax on the 21th of Jijy under the following circumstances The deceased wat "united to dinner on the night of the ' J of July at the house of Miria Mahomed Roxa, the ntisiiiagent. hen he retui returned thence to hit h.l nnirs L. knockttl at the gate ; but at a few minute elapsed, and the tcrvantt did not come to open it, he tcenit to hare. tost hi iwtience, conseUcntly he attempted to climb over th wall, which instantly broke, ami .he unfortunately fell down npon his left tide he swooncd but at soon as he came to himtelf ne tnrew nimseii most imprudently into tbe tank of water that wat in the house. Though a certain Persian hakim for physician) adniinutercd to hint some medicine, sian naaim (or - m . riiy lif - land far from hit friends, although nt a little lamented by tho few fellow Chrb - tiaht with whom be hal'made a sliort acuaintance either in Bushire or at Shirax. Hit remain were deposited with due honour by the Armenians Armenians in their burring - ground. The deceased had been complaining of ill - health for tome time past.