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First Anglo Mysore War

The First Anglo-Mysore war took place between 1767-1769.

Hyder Ali was a powerful ruler in Mysore. His ambition was to drive the British away from the Carnatic and finally from India.

British also realised that there was a threat from Hyder Ali.

The British wanted to suppress Hyder Ali. To provoke Hyder Ali English stationed their armies in his territories. This resulted the First Mysore War.

British was successful in separating the Hyder Ali from Nizam and Nawab of Carnatic.

Hyder Ali defeated the English in the war.

The war was ended with the treaty of Madras on 15th April, 1769.

Mutual restitution of conquests, release of empolyees of the Madras Government by Hyder Ali, restoration of trade privilages of English factories etc. were the provisions of the Madras treaty.

Warren Hastings was the Governor General during the period of First Mysore war