Northern Circars

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  • The area also forms part of the Northern Circars.
  • A second treaty was the result of war and Northern Circars remained permanently under the control of the British.
  • The war ended with a second treaty and the Northern Circars remained permanently under the control of the British.
  • Yanam acquired considerable importance during the occupation of the Northern Circars by the French.
  • Yanam acquired considerable importance during the French occupation of the Northern Circars.
  • They proceeded on their march through Orissa and the Northern Circars.
  • At the same time, they gave him notice that they should no longer pay to him the tribute they had agreed upon, for the territory called the Northern Circars. Cited from The Tiger of Mysore, by G. A. Henty
  • In India, the British retained the Northern Circars, but returned all the French trading ports.
  • The acquisition of the Northern Circars is an important landmark in the history of the French in India.
  • Subsequently he was posted to a sepoy battalion in the Northern Circars, where he also did duty as deputy judge-advocate and acting chaplain for some time.
  • They obtained the title of Gajapathi, after the battle of Nandapur, in the Northern Circars in the 16th century.
  • Salabat Jang made a treaty with British and gave the Northern Circars under a firman to the English.
  • Had it not been for Hastings, the power of the British would have been broken, not only in the Carnatic, but also in the northern Circars. Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • Salabat Jang made a treaty with the British and gave the Northern Circars under a firman to the British.
  • Salabat Jang made a treaty with the British and gave the Northern Circars to the English under a firman.
  • The coastal districts of Hyderabad, known as the Northern Circars, were occupied by the French in 1750.
  • The tussle that ensued between the French and the English ended with the French losing all possessions in Northern Circars except Yanam.
  • The Northern Circars, constituted the most fertile coastal strip of the Nizam's Dominions.
  • The East India Company recognised his botanical knowledge and made him superintendent in the Samalkot garden in the Northern Circars in 1781.
  • Finally, in 1823, the claims of the Nizam over the Northern Circars were bought outright by the Company, and they became a British possession.
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