Battle of Calicut

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Battle of Calicut
Part of the Third Anglo-Mysore War
Date 7–12 December 1790
Location Malabar coast
Result British victory
British East India Company
Kingdom of Travancore
Sultanate of Mysore
Commanders and leaders
James Hartley Martab Khan Sahib
Hussein Ali Khan Sahib

The Battle of Calicut (also called the Battle of Tervanagary or Thiroorangadi) was a series of engagements that took place between 7 and 12 December 1790 near the port of Calicut on the Malabar Coast of India, during the Third Anglo-Mysore War.

A British Bombay Army force landed at Tellicherry and with the aid of Nair, defeated Tipu's commander, Hussain Ali Khan, at Calicut. Abercromby then went on to capture "all of Malabar."[1]

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  1. ^ Naravane, M.S. (2014). Battles of the Honorourable East India Company. A.P.H. Publishing Corporation. p. 176. ISBN 9788131300343. 

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