Mysorean

Some articles on mysorean:

Mir Sadiq
... held the post of a minister in the cabinet of Tipu Sultan of Mysore and a General on the Mysorean Army ... In the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, he allegedly pulled the Mysorean army from the battlefield to collect their salaries, during the Siege of Seringapatam ... Sadiq was killed by dismayed Mysorean troops immediately following the defeat as he attempted to go over to the British ...
Kingdom Of Travancore - History of Travancore - Venad Swaroopam - The Mysore Invasion
... April 1790, inflicting heavy casualties (local legends state that one of the Mysorean commanders, who happened to be Tipu's own cousin was killed in the fighting and that, following an ambush, Tipu himself was ... causing the flash floods, but historians have not provided any evidence for this) prevented the Mysorean army from marching further south ... Though the battle of the Nedumkotta was tactically a Mysorean victory, strategically, Travancore had profited since the Mysorean army could not hold on to their ...
Second Anglo-Mysore War
... raging on account of the American Revolutionary War helped spark Anglo-Mysorean hostilities in India ... seizure of the French port of Mahé in 1779, Mysorean ruler Hyder Ali opened hostilities against the British in 1780, with significant success in early campaigns ... resulting in the withdrawal of French support from the Mysorean war effort ...
Dharma Raja and Tipu Sultan
... Mysore infantry from a close cover that killed the Mysorean officer leading a bayonet charge ... The Mysorean column, hemmed in by the confines of the wall, retreated in confusion and Tipu Sultan himself was carried away by the crowd ... about 1 km (3/4 mile) in length was effected and the Mysorean army entered Travancore ...
Pazhassi Raja - Resistance To Mysore Occupation (1773-1793) - Resistance To Hyder Ali (1773–1782) - Siege of Thalasseri
... armed Pazhassi Raja’s men to enable them to recover Kottayam from the Mysorean occupation army ... to Kottayam where he obliterated the Mysorean occupation and over-ran all of Western Kottayam ... But at this critical moment when the Mysorean army in Malabar could have been destroyed by a joint action on the part of British and the Rajas, the British factors at Talassery were instructed by the Governor not to ...