Treaty of Bassein (1802)
In agreement of this treaty, Peshwa agreed to
- To maintain a subsidiary force of 6000 infantry with a proportionate
artillery, the annual expense of which was estimated to be Rs 25 lakh.
- Agreed not to entertain any foreign national hostile to the British in
- To accept British intercession to settle his differences with the Nizam
and the Gaekwad and not to negotiate with any other state his differences
with the two of them.