THROUGH the Indian Government Csoma's death was notified. to the authorities in England, and we find that Prince Eszterházy wrote to the directors of the East India Company thanking them for their communication of the sad event, and inquiring at the same time whether the Asiatic Society of Bengal would feel disposed to put the Transylvanian authorities in possession of any papers that may have been found among Csoma's writings relating to special researches concerning the history of the Hungarians in ancient times.