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Second Anglo Mysore War

The Second Anglo-Mysore war took place between 1780-1784.

The English did not show any respect to the provisions of the Madras Treaty Concluded after 1st Mysore war.

British captured Mahe, French settlement, within the jurisdiction of Hyder Ali.

Hyder Ali made an alliance with the Nizam and Marathas against the English in 1779.

Under these circumstances war was inevitable.

Hyder Ali declared war on the English.

Tippu Sultan, son of Hyder Ali, also fought with English in the war.

Hyder Ali defeated colonel Baillie and Seized Arcot in Oct. 1780.

But Sir Eyre Coote defeated him severely at port Nova in 1781.

When the war was in progress Hyder Ali died on 6th December, 1782.

Tippu Sultan, son of Hyder Ali, continued the war and concluded the treaty of Mangalore in March, 1784.

As per the treaty each pary should not assist each others enemy.

Tippu agreed to release all prisoners of war.

Trade privilages to the company granted by Hyder Ali in 1770 were restored.

Both parties agreed to restore the conquered territories to each other.

Warren Hastings was the Governor General during the period of Second Mysore war.

Tippu Sultan established Jacobin club and planted a Tree of Liberty in Srirangapatnam.