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with the other contracting parties in the division of every territory HYDERwhich may be acquired by the successful exertion of their united arms, ABAD. provided His Highness the Nawab Ausuph Jah shall have faithfully ful- No. X. filled all the stipulations of the preceding Treaty, especially those contained in the twelfth and thirteenth Articles thereof.
Signed, sealed, and exchanged at Hyderabad on the \2th October, Anno Domini 1800, or 22nd Jemmadee-ul-Awul, Anno Ilegira 1215.
(Signed) J. A. Kiekpatrick,
Schedule referred to in the Teeaty.
Schedule of His Highness the Nizam's territorial acquisitions by the Treaty of Seringapatam, dated the 18th May 1792, and by the Treaty of Mysore, dated the 22nd June 1799, and which, in conformity to the fifth and sixth Articles of the annexed Treaty, are now, together with the talook of Adoni, and all other talooks situated to the south of the rivers Toombuddrah and Kistnah, ceded in full and in perpetuity to the Honourable East India Company.
The districts situated north of the Toombuddrah, which conformably to the sixth Article of the annexed Treaty remain with His Highness the Nizam to be deducted from the above, as follows:—
C. Pagodas. F. A.
Koopul, 8 Talooks ... ... ... ... 1,06,137 3| 0
Cajjirdughur, 8 ditto ... ... ... ... 1,01,977 9 0
Knnnauckgherry, 1 ditto... ... ... ... 79,100 0 0
Villages of the Anagoondy district situated to the north
of the Toombuddrah ... ... ... 8,710 0 0
Villages of the Tukkulcottah district, situated likewise
north of the Toombuddrah ... ... ... 855 0 0
Retained by His Highness the Nizam ... ... 2,96,780 0$ 0
Remains to the Honourable Company C. Pagodas ... 18,13,188 4J 3 Add to the Adoni country, which, together with all His Highness's remaining possessions, south of the Toombuddrah, is, by the sixth Article of the annexed Treaty, ceded in exchange for the above districts to the Honourable Company ... ... Rupees ... 8,34,718 12 0
. Signed, sealed, and exchanged at Hyderabad, the \Zth October, A. D. 1800, or llnd Jemaul-ul-Awul, A. H. 1215.
(Signed) J. A. Kibkpatbick,
HYDEB- Additional Article of Treaty between the Honourable East India Company on ABAD. the one part, and His Highness Nawab Nizam-ool-moolr Ausuph Jah Meek
No. X. Ukbur Ali Khan Bahadoor, Soubah of the Deccan, his children, heirs, and
successors, on the other; to be considered as appertaining to the Treaty of perpetual and general defensive alliance concluded at Hyderabad on the 12th of October 1800 A. D., or 22nd of Jemmadee-ul-Awul 1215 A. H.
In the event (which God however avert!) of joint war breaking out hereafter with any other power, it is hereby agreed that, during the continuance thereof, all officers and all troops, whether individually or collectively, belonging to either of the contracting parties, shall have free ingress and egress to and from all the territories, and to and from all the forts belonging to each other respectively; and it is hereby further agreed that all officers, whether Civil or Military, belonging to either government, shall, when requisite, employ all their power and all the resources at their command in facilitating the operations of the troops employed, to whichever of the two contracting powers they may happen to belong.
Signed, sealed, and exchanged at Hyderabad, this 9th of January, 1804, agreeing with 25th Ramzan, A. H. 1218.
(Signed) J. A. Kirkpatrick,
NO. XI. HYDER-
Commercial Treaty with the Nizam, 1802. —
Treaty for the improvement and security of the trade and commerce between •
Whereas a well regulated commerce is essential to the opulence aud prosperity of the people and to the wealth and power of the State; and whereas a free and secure commercial intercourse tends to maintain and improve the relations of amity, peace, and concord between contiguous nations:
Wherefore the Honourable East India Company and His Highness the Nawab Ausuph Jah, anxious to improve by every possible means the close and intimate connection now happily established between the two States, and to extend the benefits of their union to their respective subjects, have agreed on the following Articles of a Treaty of commerce between the two States:—
As the testimony of the firm friendship, union, and attachment, subsisting between the Honourable Company and His Highness the Nawab Ausuph Jah, the Honourable Company hereby agree to grant to His Highness the free use of the seaport of Masulipatam; at which port His Highness shall be at liberty to establish a commercial • factory and agents under such regulations as the nature of the Company's government shall require and as shall be adjusted between the Governor-General in Council and His said Highness.
His Highness's ships bearing his flag shall be entitled at all times to the protection of His Britannic Majesty's and of the Honourable