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" ... confederates (Sindhia and the Bhonslay, or Berar Rajah) tried another battle at Argaom, but were again defeated with very considerable loss ; and they soon after (in December) accepted the terms offered them, which, as respects Sindhia, were the cession... "
A History of the Mahrattas - Page 277
by James Grant Duff - 1826
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 24

Asia - 1827
...offered them, which, as respects Sindhia, were the cession to the British Government and its allies of his territory between the Jumna and Ganges, and all situated to the northward of Jeypoor, Joodpoor, and Gohud : the forts of Ahmednuggur and Baroach with their districts, his possessions...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 24

Asia - 1827
...offered them, which, as respects Sindhia, were the cession to the British Government and its allies of his territory between the Jumna and Ganges, and all situated to the northward of Jeypoor, Joodpoor, and Gohuil : the forts of Ahmednuggur and Baroach with their districts, his possessions...
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Anglo-India, Social, Moral, and Political: Being a Collection of ..., Volume 3

British - 1838
...offered them, which, as respects Sindhia, were the cession to the British Government and its allies of his territory between the Jumna and Ganges, and all situated to the northward of Jeypoor, Joodpoor, and Gohud : the forts of Ahmednuggur and Baroach with their districts, his possessions...
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Anglo-India, social, moral and political; a collection of papers from the ...

Asiatic journal - 1838
...offered them, which, as respects Sindhia, were the cession to the British Government and its allies of his territory between the Jumna and Ganges, and all situated to the northward of Jeypoor, Joodpoor, and Gohud : the forts of Ahmednuggur and Baroach with their districts, his possessions...
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An Historical Sketch of the Native States of India in Subsidiary Alliance ...

George Bruce Malleson - Great Britain - 1875 - 397 pages
...conqueror. By the treaty signed on that day, and known as the Treaty of Surji Anjengaom, Daolat Rao ceded to the British Government and its allies his...Jumna and Ganges, and all situated to the northward of Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Gohad ; the forts of Ahmadnagar and Bharoch and their districts ; his possessions...
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An Historical Sketch of the Native States of India in Subsidiary Alliance ...

George Bruce Malleson - India - 1875 - 397 pages
...that day, and known as the Treaty of Surji Anjengaom, Daolat Rao ceded to the British Government arid its allies his territory between the Jumna and Ganges, and all situated to the northward of Jaipur, Jodhpiir, and Gohad ; the forts of Ahmadnagar and Bharoch and their districts ; his possessions...
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