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Author:

 

George D. Winius


Report:

 

29


Page:

 

29


Year:

 

2002


Subject Matter:

 

Portuguese Overseas



Excerpt:

 

The Honourable East India Company built Fort St. George just five kilometres north of the Portuguese settlement of São Thomé de Meliapur (Mylapore) on the Coromandel Coast of India, near modern-day Chennai. The article examines the fluctuating Anglo-Portuguese relationships, as well as the role of their rivals, the Dutch. 




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