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Treaty of Mangalore

According to the Treaty:

  • The two parties were not to assist each other's enemies directly or indirectly nor make war on each other's allies.
  • The trade privileges granted to the company by Haider Ali in 1770 were to be restored although no additional benefits would accrue.
  • Both sides agreed to a mutual restoration of possessions (barring the forts of Amboorgur and Satgur) and Tipu undertook not to make any claims on the Carnatic in future.
  • Tipu agreed to release all prisoners of war.
  • Tipu was to restore the factory and privileges possessed by the Company at Calicut until 1779.