He commanded around 600 Suliotes in preparations for a siege of Lepanto, a fortified town to the east of Missolonghi.
Lepanto is thinly peopled; all have little provisions as well as Missolonghi.
He died of fever at Missolonghi on April 19, at the age of thirty-six.
Missolonghi nurtured the poet in his youth and led him to the threshold of manhood.
Money and supplies poured in upon the starving men of Missolonghi.
He gave him no further reason; he even withheld from him the fact that he had been at Missolonghi a twelvemonth previously.
On January 21, 1824, Missolonghi was blockaded by the Turkish fleet.
His presence at Missolonghi has checked intrigues which will now have uncontrolled sway.
Maurokordatos and the remnant of the Greek troops now retired to Missolonghi.
Three months later the news spread through Europe that their hero lay dead in Missolonghi, the last of the Greek strongholds.