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Sir George Barlow

Sir George Barlow

Sir George Barlow succeeded Cornwallis in 1805. He was senior member of the Governor General before he was appointed as Governor General. He followed the policy of non-intervention. He returned Gwalior and Gohud to Scindhia and fixed the Chambal river as the boundary between Scindhia territory and the British. He offered advantageous terms to Holkar and asked to enter into subsidiary alliance. Sir George Barlow forced the Nizam to abide by the terms of subsidiary alliance and refused to alter the terms. Whe the company asked him to withdraw from the treaty of Bassein, he resisted the orders and continued the treaty of Bassein. The mutiny of the sepoys at Vellore took place during his tenure of office.