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to his Excellency on account of the money received on behalf of the creditors.
In confirmation of all the articles in the preceding treaty, Sir Archibald Campbell, governor of Fort St. George, invested with full powers on behalf of the India company, has subscribed and sealed two instruments of the same tenor and date, at Tanjour, on the 10th day of April, in the year of Christ one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven.
And his Excellency Maha Rajah Amer Sing, for himself, his heirs and successors, has also subscribed and sealed the same instruments, at Tanjour, the twentieth of the month Jamad ul Awker, and in the year of the Hegyra twelve hundred and one.
/ Seal, j (Signed) Archd Campbell,
Signed and sealed by the honourable Sir Archibald Campbell, governor, &c. and by his Excellency the Rajah of Tanjour, in the presence of
(Si d^ \ AW.Madeody Resident:. .
I 7' Stuart, Colonel Commanding, •
By order of the honourable the Governor.
(Signed) A. Montgomery Campld!*
Schedule Schedule of Private Debts referred to in the XlVth,
Mr. Alexander Brody — S. P. 99,254
Mr. Duncan Baine — — — 30,000 Sir George Ramsey — — — 20,000
Col. Maclellan — — — 72,000
Major (or Captain) Burrows — — 26,100
Mr. Swatz, for money subscribed by
gentlemen for the benefit of orphans 1,000
Star Pagodas — 2,53,060
The above debts bear interest at the rate of 12 percent, per annum; and there is now between four and five years interest due upon them.
(Signed) ArcW CampieU.
jo* TREATIES With [1763HYDER ALLY, KHAN— TIPPOO, SULTAUN.
1763. /T^HE grant from the Nabob Ally Khan,
1766. The grant from Hyder Ally, Khan, con- 23 Feb. firming the grants and privileges made to the company, by the several Malabar Powers, with regard to trade.
E. Ind. Treat. p. 253.
1769. The treaty of perpetual friendship and 3 Aug. peace, between the governor and council of Fort St. George, at Madras, and Nabob Hyder Ally, Khan.
E. Ind. Treat. p. 58.
1770. The treaty of peace, friendship, and com8 Aug. merce, between the president and council of Bombay, and Nabob Hyder Ally, Khan, which confirmed the grant of the 23d of February, 1766.
E. Ind. Treat. p. 254.
1784. The treaty of perpetual peace and friend11 Mar. ship, between the East India company and the Nabob Tippoo Sultaun Bahauder, which confirms the commercial privileges and immunities which were given by the late Nabob Hyder Ally Khan, Bahauder. E. Ind. Treat. p. 269.
fThe following is printed from the treaty, which was published by authority, in 1784.]
Articles for a'Treaty of Peace and firm Friendship, between the Honourable Thomas Hodges, Esq; President and Governor, and the Council of Bombay, in Behalf of the Honourable United English East India Company, on the one Part, and the Nabob Hyder Ally Khan Behauder, &c. Titles, for the Countries of Mysore, Hyder Nagur, and Soondah, on the other Part.
I. THAT agreeable to the third article of the treaty of peace, concluded between the honourable the president and council of Madras, and the Nabob Hyder Ally Khan Behauder, there be, from this day, a firm peace and friendship between the honourable English East India company and the said Nabob, and their successors, to continue for ever.
II. That the honourable company may have free liberty to build a commodious sactory and warehouses at Onore, by the water-side, or any place they may pitch upon; and that they may enclose the compound with a suitable wall; and the ground allotted them shall be rent-free; they shall also have permission to cut timber, bring stones, hay, and wood, for their use: in like manner, they shall have a sactory at Carwar j and the Nabob promises to oblige the Rajah of Bilguey, to give all the pepper, produced in his country, to the honourable company, at the same price as they may purchase this article at Onore.
III. That the honourable company shall likewise have the sole and exclusive right of purchasing all the pepper, and sandal-wood, produced in the Nabob's dominions, the prices of which must be settled agreeable to former custom; the amount, or as much of it as the honourable company choofe, to be made good in guns, muskets, salt, saltpetre, lead, and gunpowder; and the balance made good in ready money.
IV. That the honourable company shall have free liberty to export from Mangulore, or other ports of the Nabob's dominions, whatever rice they may want for Tellicherry or Bombay; three hundred corges of which is, as usual, to be free of the duty called Adlamy.
V. That the English shall have free liberty of trading in the several ports of the Nabob's dominions, on the Malabar coast, paying customs at the rate of one and a half per cent. on the sale of all goods; and to have permission to re-export any goods which will not fell, free of customs, on signifying the same to the custom-master: no customs to be charged on gold and silver, nor on any articles for the immediate use and consumption of the English, their servants, and dependants.
VI. The Nabob obliges himself to assist the English in recovering their just debts from his subjects, by compelling them to make good the same, on the debts being fully proved to his satissaction.
VII. That the honourable company, and the English in general, shall have free liberty to cut and purchase masts, timber, and plank, at Onore, Mangulore, or any other ports of the Nabob's country, teal excepted.
VIII. That no vessels, of what kind or denomination soever, belonging to the English, shall pay anchorage in any of the Nabob's ports, but have free liberty to go out and come in, without hinderance or molestation.
IX. Whatever vessels, belonging to the English, may be drove on shore, on any part of the Nabob's dominions, whether by stress of weather, or otherwise, his killedars, officers, and subjects, are to assist them, that their goods may be saved, and delivered to the proprietors.