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Districts ceded to the Honourable English Company.
j C. Pagodas. F. C.
Calcut, I53 Talooks
Dindigul and Pulnavier Pakshy, 2
Barrah Mohul, 9 Talooks, viz.—
MYSORE. No. XXVII.
C. Pagodas. F. C.
Districts ceded to the Nawab Ausuph Jah Bahadoor.
Talook Kurpah, 61 Talooks.
~ ^^r7~ Districts ceded to ike Nawab Ausuph Jah Bahadoor.— (Continued.) Districts ceded to the Rao Pundit Prudhan Bahadoor.— (Concluded).
MYSORE. No. XXVII.
I C. Pagodas. F. C.
Remains to Rao Pundit Prudhan, tri'j., Dauwar, 8 Talooks...
Hawanoor, 2 do.
Baukapoor, 16 Talooks...
Serhutty, 4 do
Saulguny Soudunty ...
8 Talooks ... 1,01,977 9 H Deduct, in the share of the Nawab Ausuph
Jali ... 96,094 2 I5
Remains to Rao Pundit Prudhan
Grand Total C. Pagodas
C. Pagodas. F. C.
Whatever part of Namuel, Sunkagurry, Salem Caveripoor, Attoor, and Parmutty, which, as ahove stated, are comprised within the division ceded to the aforesaid Company, shall be situated to the northward and eastward of the river Cavery, or if there should he any other talooks or villages of talooks situated as above described, they shall belong to the said Company, and others of equal value shall be relinquished by the said Company to Tippoo Sultan in exchange for them; and if of the above districts there shall be any talooks or villages of talooks situated to the westward or southward of the said river, they shall be relinquished to Tippoo Sultan, in exchange for others of equal value to the said Company.
Mysore. Article 5.
On the ratification and mutual exchange of this definitive Treaty, such districts and forts as are to be ceded by Tippoo Sultan shall be delivered up without any cavil or demand for outstanding balances: and such talooks and forts as are to be relinquished by the three powers to Tippoo Sultan shall, in the same manner, be delivered up; and orders to this effect, addressed to the aumils and commanders of forts, shall be immediately prepared and delivered to each respectively of the contracting parties. On the receipt of which orders, the discharge of the money stipulated to be paid immediately, and the release of prisoners on all sides (of which the contracting parties, considering God as present and a witness, shall release without cavil all that are in existence, and shall not detain a single person), the armies of the allied powers shall march from Seringapatam. Such forts and places, nevertheless, as shall be in the possession of the said Company, and on the road by which the said armies are to march, shall not be given up until the said armies shall have removed the stores, grain, &c, and sick which are in them, and shall have passed them on their return. As far as possible, no delay shall be allowed to occur in the said stores, &c, being removed.
Whatever guns and shot shall be left by Tippoo Sultan in the forts which the said Tippoo Sultan has agreed to cede to the allied powers, an equal number of guns and shot shall be left in the forts which the allied powers have agreed to restore to Tippoo Sultan.
The contracting parties agree that zemindars and aumildars, being in balance to either party, and repairing to the country of either party, protection shall not be given them, and they shall be restored. If hereafter it should happen that any disputes arise on the boundaries of the allies and the said Tippoo Sultan, such disputes shall be adjusted with the knowledge and approbation of all parties.
The polygars and zemindars of this country, who, in the course of the present war, have attached themselves and been serviceable to the allies, shall not on that account, in any shape or manner, be injured or MYSORE, molested by Tippoo Sultan. . No. XXVII.
Whenever three copies of this Treaty, consisting of eight Articles, shall be delivered by Tippoo Sultan, bearing his seal and signature, accompanied by three Schedules, also under the seal and signature of the said Tippoo Sultan, specifying the detail of the countries ceded to the three powers, one to the said Company with the Schedule, one to the said Nawab Ausuph Jah Bahadoor with the Schedule, and one to the said Rao Pundit Prudhan Bahadoor with the Schedule, three counterparts thereof and of the Schedule shall be delivered to the said Tippoo Sultan by the allies, that is to say, one counterpart with the Schedule on the part of the said Company, bearing the seal and signature of the said Earl Cornwallis; one with the Schedule on the part of the said Nawab Ausuph Jah Bahadoor, bearing the seal and signature of the said Nawab and of Azim-ool-Omrah Bahadoor ; and one with the Schedule on the part of the said Rao Pundit Prudhan Bahadoor, bearing the seal of the said Rao Pundit Prudhan Bahadoor and the signature of the said Hurry Ram Pundit Tantea Bahadoor.
Signed and sealed in Camp, near Seringapatam, this \%th day of March 1792.