An account of the gallant defence made at Mangalore in the East Indies

Publication Date1786
Remainderagainst the united efforts of the French and the nabob Tippo Sultan, by a detachment of His Majesty's, and the Honourable the East-India Company's troops, Under the Command of the late Colonel John Campbell; Major of the 42d (or Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot, in May 1783. With the Sufferings of that Garrison During a Six Months Cessation of Arms. To which are added, The Orders given out by Colonel Campbell from the Commencement of the Siege to the Time of the Garrison's being obliged to capitulate; and two small Views, and a Plan of the Fort, with the Country immediately adjacent. By a British officer, Lately returned from the East-Indies
Publisherprinted for C. Bathurst in Fleet-Street; and sold by C. Elliot, Edinburgh



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