The contract of Seringapatam (also called Srirangapatinam or Srirangapatna), signed on 18 March 1792, ended the third Anglo-Mysore War. Signatories included Lord Cornwallis, on behalf of the British East India Company, representatives of Nizam of Hyderabad and the Maratha Empire, and Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore. In the testimony, the aforementioned parts signed, sealed and interchangeable two instruments of the same tenor and date, wit, the three commissioners on behalf of the Honourable English East India Company, and the Carnatic Payen Ghaut, and who declared Nabob Tippoo Sultan Bahadur in his own name, and the reigns of Seringapatam and Hyder Nagur. Thus executed in Mangalore (also called Cordial Bunder) on March 11, 1784, the Christian era – 16th day of the moon Rabillasany the year of the Heggra 1198. Article 8th.–The Nabob Tippoo Sultan Bahadur renewed and herein confirms all the privileges and commercial immunities granted to English by the late Nabob Hyder Ali Cawn Bahadur, who is in heaven, and which are particularly defined and specified in the contract between the company , and the nabob in question closed on August 8, 1770. War broke out in late 1789 when Tipu Sultan, the ruler of the kingdom of Mysore, attacked Travancore, an ally of the British East India Company. After a little more than two years of fighting, the company`s troops besieged under the leadership of Lord Charles, 2nd Earl Cornwallis, with Allied troops from the Maratha Empire and Hyderabad in February 1792, the capital of Mysore Seringapatam (also known as Srirangapatinam).  Instead of trying to storm the works at great expense to all parties, Cornwalli began negotiating with Tipu to end the conflict. The resulting contract was signed on March 18.
According to him, the cheque is important for three reasons: it is the second oldest bank cheque; It is signed by Hastings; And $30 was a princely sum at the time. The September 8, 1792 issue of The Mail… Contains details of the interim agreement between Tipu and Allied Commander Lord Cornwallis. The war ended on February 6, 1792 and the treaty was signed on February 22, 1792. It was reported to the London Gazette in the July 5 edition. Mangalore`s contract was signed on 11 March 1784 between Tipu Sultan and the British East India Company. It was signed in Mangalore and ended the Second Anglo-Mysore War. Article 10.– This treaty is signed and sealed by the English Commissioners, a copy of which is then signed and sealed by the Chairman and the Special Committee of Fort St George and returned to Nabob Tippoo Sultan Bahadur in a month or earlier, if possible. , and the same is recognized as mandatory for all governments of India under the hands and seals of the Governor General and the Council of Bengal, and the Board of Governors – selectors of Bombay, and copies of the soan recognition will be sent to this nabob in three months or, if possible, as far as possible. In 1792, when Tipu Sultan lost the third Anglo-Mysore War under allied forces, the former Mysore region had no newspaper to talk about it. But, thousands of miles away, readers of The Mail, based in Philadelphia; or Claypooles Daily Advertiser read the details of the war and the contract that was signed later. A copy of the four-page diary, which had survived for nearly 220 years in different hands, reached Bangalore-based document collector Sunil Baboo.
He bought it last year from an American distributor. TREATY Honorable History of the English East India Company and Nawab Tipu Sultan Bahadur in his own name; for the countries of Seringapatam Hyder Nagur, etc. and for all his other property of Anthony Sadlier, George Leonard Staunton and John Hudleston Esquires, on behalf of the Honourable English East India Company for all its possessions, and for the Carnatic Payen Ghaut, under the powers of the Members of the President-Select Committee of Fort St.