Once the Lord was staying at Kosambi, in the Ghosita Park. And two wanderers, Mandissa and Jaliya, the pupil of the wooden-bowl ascetic, came to him, exchanged courtesies with him and sat down to one side. . . (verses 1-5 = Sutta 6, verses 15-19).
Thus the Lord spoke, and the two wanderers rejoiced at his words.
(This discourse is mostly quoted by the Buddha in the previous.) References: 1. www.accesstoinsight.org 2. https://suttacentral.net/ 3. The long discourses of the Buddha (Bhikkhu Bodhi)