A narrative of the military operations of the Coromandel Coast: against the combined forces of the French, Dutch and Hyder Ally Cawn, from the year 1780 to the peace in 1784 ... (E-bok fra Google)

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T. Bensley, 1789 - 392 sider
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Side 351 - The commiffioners will fend an officer or officers to accompany the prifoners to the different places where they are to be delivered : in particular, Abdul Wahab Cawn, taken at Chitoor, and his family, fhall be immediately releafed, and if willing to return to the Carnatic, fhall be allowed to do fo. .If any perfon or perfons belonging to the faid Nabob, and taken by the company in the late war, be now alive, and in prifon in Bencoolen, or other territories of the company, fuch perfon or perfons...
Side 351 - Satgur excepted ; and fuch evacuation and reftoration fhall actually and effectually be made in the fpace of thirty days from the day of figning the treaty, ' And the faid Nabob fhall alfo, immediately after figning the treaty, fend orders for the releafe of all the perfons who were taken and made prifoners in the late war, and now alive, whether European or native ; and for their being fafely conducted to and delivered at fuch Englifh...
Side 351 - Englilh forts or fettlements as fhall be neareft to the places where they now are ; fo that the faid releafe and delivery of the prifoners fhall actually and effectually be made in thirty days from the day of figning the Treaty. The Nabob will caufe them to be fupplied with provifions and conveyances for the journey, the expenfe of which fhall be made good to them by the Company.
Side 350 - ... the rajahs or zemindars of the Malabar coaft, are included in this treaty : the...
Side 351 - ... be made in thirty days from the day of figning the treaty. The Nabob will caufe them to be fupplied with provifions and conveyances for the journey, the expence of which fhall be made good to him by the Company. The Commiffioners will fend an officer, or officers, to accompany the prifoners to the different places where they are to be delivered ; in particular, Abdul Wahab Cawn, taken at Chitoor, and his family, fhall be immediately releafed; and, if willing to return to the Carnatic, fhall be...
Side 354 - Bahauder in one month, or fooner if poflible; and the fame fhall be acknowledged under the hands and feals of the Governor-general and Council of Bengal, and the Governor and Select Committee of Bombay, as binding upon all the governments in India, and copies of the Treaty fo acknowledged fhall be fent to the faid Nabob in three months, or fooner if poflible.
Side 353 - Bahauder's dominions, and willing to return, fhall be immediately allowed to return with their families and children, or as foon as may be convenient to themfelves ; and all perfons belonging to the...
Side 352 - Queen of that country, in the presence of any one person, without troops, whom the Nawab Tippoo Sultan Bahadoor may appoint for that purpose : and at the same time that the orders are given for the evacuation and delivery of the forts of Cannanore and Dindigul, the said Nawab shall give written orders for the evacuation and delivery of Amboorgur and Satgur to the English ; and in the meantime none of the troops of the said Nawab shall be left in any part of the Carnatic, except in the two forts above-mentioned....
Side iii - In which are included. ..a view of Port Louis in the Isle of France ; and correct plans, upon a large scale, of the fortifications at Trinquamallee, and of ail the battles fought by the Army under Lieutenant-General Sir Eyre Coote, KB, and other Commanders, during that War.
Side 243 - ... and friends, who near twelve months before had been slain by the hands of those very inhuman monsters that now appeared a second time eager to complete the work of blood. One poor soldier, with the tear of affection glistening in his eye, picked up the decaying spatterdash of his valued brother, with the name yet entire upon it, which the tinge of blood and effects of weather had kindly spared.

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