History Reign Of Tipu Sultan
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Miles W. Tr.
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Oriental Translation Fund
Royal Mughal Ref:
IN presenting this translation of the History of Tipu Sultan to the public, it may be proper to observe, that I do not consider myself responsible for any details contained in the work. Tipu's character, cannot be better exemplified, than by the cases of Muhammad Ali, Commandant, and Ghazi Khan Bede. It will be evident to any one who reads this book, that although Sultan Tipu was an able man, and a brave soldier, still, that he was much inferior to his father in the characteristic qualities of a great man Unlike his father, he was a bigoted Mussulman, and like most of that class unprineipled and quite unscrupulous as to the means he employed to attain his ends in the propagation of his religion with these bad qualities, his dark, suspicious, faith less character alienated those who were at first his most attached friends; and at the time Seringaputtun was taken, he appears to have had scarcely one left.
The accession of the mighty Prince, high in dignity, His Highness Tipfi Sultan, to the throne of Mysore war, and the advance of the armies under Generals Lang and Stuart towards Wendi wash, with other events of the year 1197, Hijri.—A. D. 1781-2.
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