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MYSORE. Jiimmabundy of the Countries which are ceded to the Honourable English East India !jo. XXVII. Company by Tippoo Sultan, according to the following detail, dated the l&th of March 1792, corresponding to the 22nd Rejeb, 1206 Ilegira.
JummabunJy of the Countries cjr.—(Continued).
Brought forward ... Talook Shaudgur, 11 Talooks—
Wunnurg Kullyparah ...
Turunganayr ... ...
Talook Eoweynayr, 2 Talooks—
Talook Chcrkul, 5 Taloooks—
uttoon aunditscra Gowage Murrago
Talook Cote Augria, 3 Talooks—
Talook Kurupnayr, 3 Talooks—
MYSORK. No. XXVIi.
C. Pagodas. F. C.
MYSORE. No. XXVII.
Jummabundy of the Countries, fye.—(Continued.)
Brought forward... Talook Caniahoor, 1 Talook Talook Cochy, 14 Talooks—
Chittoor Tutmungul ...
Profits on Black Pepper, Mint and] Duties on Timber, dbe.
Farm of the Timber Duties
Duties on Tobacco
Black Pepper, Cocoanuts, 4e.
Dindigul and Pulnavecrpuckshy, 2 Talooks—
Carried over ...
Jummabundy of the Countries, fyc.—(Concluded.)
MYSORE. No. XxvII.
1,34.000 0 0
The villages of the above-mentioned talooks shall be relinquished, and retained on an investigation on the spot.
Dated in Camp, near Seringapatam this \6th day of March 1792.
MYSORE. No. XXVIII.
Subsidiary Treaty with the Rajah Of Mysore, 1799.
A Treaty of perpetual friendship and alliance concluded on the one part by His Excellency Lieutenant General George Harris, Commander-in-Chief of the forces of his Britannic Majesty and of the English East India Company Bahadoor in the Carnatic and on the coast of Malabar, the Honourable Colonel Arthur Wellesley, the Honourable Henry Wellesley, LieuteNant Colonul William Kirkpatrick, and Lieutenant Colonel Barry Close, on. behalf and in the name of tho Right Honourable Richard Earl Of Mornington, K. P., Governor General for all affairs, civil and military, of the British nation in India, by virtue of full powers vested in them for this purpose by the said Richard Earl of Mornington, Governor General; and on the other part by Maharajah Mysore Kishna Rajah Oodiaver Bahadoor, Rajah of Mysore.
Whereas it is stipulated in the Treaty concluded on the 22nd of June, 1799, between the Honourable English East India Company Bahadoor and the Nawab Nizam-ood-dowlah Ausuph Jah Bahadoor, for strengthening the alliance and friendship subsisting between the said English East India Company Bahadoor, His Highness Nizam-ooddowlah Ausuph Jah Bahadoor, and the Peishwa Rao Pundit Prudhan Bahadoor, and for effecting a settlement of the territories of the late Tippoo Sultan, that a separate government shall be established in Mysore, and that His Highness Maharajah Mysore Kishna Rajah Oodiaver Bahadoor shall possess certain territories, specified in Schedule C annexed to the said Treaty, and that, for the effectual establishment of the government of Mysore, His Highness shall be assisted with a suitable subsidiary force, to be furnished by the English East India Company Bahadoor; wherefore, in order to carry the said stipulations into effect, and to increase and strengthen the friendship subsisting between the said English East India Company and the said Maharajah Mysore Kishna Rajah Oodiaver Bahadoor, this Treaty is concluded by Lieutenant General George Harris, Commander-in-Chief of the forces of his Britannic Majesty and of the said English East India Company Bahadoor in the Carnatic and on the coast of Malabar, the Honourable Colonel Arthur Wellesley, the Honourable Henry Wellesley, Lieutenant Colonel William Kirkpatrick, and Lieutenaut Colonel Barry Close, on the part and in the name of the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Mornington,