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JOURNEY FROM MADRAS

THROUGH THE COUNTRIES OF

MYSORE, CANARA, AND MALABAR,

PERFORMED UNDER THE ORDERS OF

THE MOST NOBLE THE MARQUIS WELLESLEY,

GOVERNOR GENERAL OF INDIA,

lOR. THE EXPRESS PURPOSE OF INVESTIGATINtt THE STATE OF

AGRICULTURE, ARTS, AND COMMERCE ; THE RELIGION, MANNERS, AND CUSTOMS ; THE HISTORY NATURAL AND CIVIL, AND ANTIQUITIES,

IN THE DOMINIONS OF

THE RAJAH OF MYSORE,

AND THE COUNTRIES ACQUIRED BY

THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY,

IN THE LATE AND FORMER WARS, FROM TIPPOO SULTAUN.

BY FRANCIS BUCHANAN, M. D.

FELLOW OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY, AND OV THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OP LONDON;,

FELLOW OF THE ASIATIC SOCIETY OF CALCUTTA ; AND IN THE MEDICAL SERVICE

OF THE HONOURABLE COMPANY ON THE BENGAL ESTABLISHMENT.

PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY AND PATRONAGE OF

THE HONOURABLE THE DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY.

ILLUSTRATED RY A MAP AND NUMEROUS OTHER ENGRAVINGS.

IN THREE VOLUMES. VOL. III.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR T. CADELL AND W. DAVIES (BOOKSELLERS TOTHE ASIATIC SOCIETY), IN THE strand; AND BLACK, PARRY, AND KINGSBURY (BOOKSELLERS THE EAST INDIA COMPANY), IN LEADENHALL STREET;

BT W, BULMER AND CO. CLEVELAND ROWj ST. JAMES'k.

1807,

CONTENTS.

CHAPTER XIV.

Journey through the Southern Parts of Canara, _ - _ page i

CHAPTER XV. Journey from Mangalore to Beiduru, - - - - 6i

CHAPTER XVI.

Journey through the Northern Parts of Canara, - - _ 130

CHAPTER XVII.

Journey from the Entrance into Karnata to Hyder-nagara, through the Principalities of Soonda and Ikeri, - - - - - 201

CHAPTER XVIII.

Journey from Hyder-nagara to Heriuru, through the Principalities of Ikeri and Chatrakal, -_----_ 283

CHAPTER XIX.

Journey from Heriuru to Seringapatam, through the Western and middle Parts of the Mysore Dominions, _ - - _ ^jjg

CHAPTER XX.

Journey from Seringapatam to Madras, - - - - 41^

APPENDIX.

Report of the Productions, Commerce, and Manufactures, of the Southern Districts in Malkam (Malayalam), framed by the Resi- dent at Calicut, agreeably to the Instructions of the Commis- sioners appointed to inspect the Countries ceded by Tippoo Sultan on the Malabar Coast; and comprised under the following Heads, viz.

I. Account of the several Articles of Commerce produced or manufactured, and which are also consumed in the Country, - - - page i

II. Account of Goods exported, and to what Places, - - iii

III. Account of Goods imported, - _ - . _ y

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CONTENTS.

An Abstract of the Goods imported and exported by Sea, for the different years,

taken from the Custom-house Account of Tellichery Circle, page vii

Total Qi^iantity of different Articles exported by Sea from Bettutanada, in the

years 974 and 975, - . - _ _ _ xiii

Total Quantity of different Articles imported by Sea, in Bettutanada, in the years

974 and 975, »_-.--- xiv

Total Quantity of Articles exported by Sea from Parupa-nada, in the years 974,

and 975, . _ - - - ib.

Total Qiiantity of Articles imported by Sea in Parupa-nada, for the years 974 and

975. ' ^^

Total Quantity of Articles exported by Land from Manar-ghat, in the years 974

and 975, __._--- lb.

Total Quantity of Articles imported by Land to Manar-ghat, in the years 974 and

975. - - - _ - - - ''^'

An Account of the Goods exported and imported by the Tamarachery Ghat, for the

Malabar year 975, _.___- xvii

An Account of the Exports and Imports of the various Articles into the Pye-nada

xviii

ib.

xxii

XXV

xxvii

-xxix

xxxi

District, for the Malabar year 975. . _ .

Abstract of Goods imported by Sea, from rst. Jan. to 31st. Dec. 1799 Abstract of Goods imported by Sea, from ist. Jan. to 31st. Dec. 1800, Abstract of Goods exported by Sea, from ist. Jan. to 31st. Dec. 1799, Abstract of Goods exported by Sea, from ist. Jan. to 31st. Dec. 1800, AbstractofGoodsexportedby Land.from 1st. Jan. to3ist. Dec. 1799, Abstract of Goods exported by Land, fromi st. Jan to 3 ist. Dec. 1800,

Page.

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ERRATA TO VOL. III.

Line.

5, for BaJifidary, read Tiahadury. 11,12, 16, 7 j.^j. jj^^^g^ read Hanas.

\6, ior Inams, read Enonw. 23, for 1 x^o> read 1 JgV- second marginal note, for grams, read grains. 9, for Is, read /.

first marginal note, omit Manday Gudday, second marginal note, for abour, read labour. second marginal note, there should be no point at Jnavun.

JOURNEY FROM MADRAS, &c.

CHAPTER XIV.

JOURNEY THROUGH THE SOUTHERN PARTS OF CANARA.

"DEFORE I proceed to give an account of my journey through CHAPTER the province oiCanara, I shall prepare my reader, by detailing x^^,..^^^ the answers which were sent to my queries by Mr. Ravenshaw, the Jan. 15.

■^ ^ '' J Mr, Raven.

collector of the southern division ; a young gentleman who does thaw's an- credit to the school of Colonel Read, and to Mr. Hurdis, under ^^^j;^^*" ™y whom he was formed to business.

Query 1st. What proportion of your district consists of land that has always been uncultivated ? Of this, what part might, with proper management, be converted into rice-ground ? what part into coco- nut or Betel-nut gardens ? What proportion of this waste land is now cleared for grass, what is under forest, and what is enclosed for plantations of timber trees, firewood, &c.

Answer. No account of the extent of jungles (forests) has ever been taken. All the surveys that have been made only went to ascertain the cultivated lands, and those capable of culture, but not at present cultivated, and which are \\\,^Q5\ Morays. Of this, 24, 18 1 Morays are cleared for grass, ZjOiS have a capability of being converted into rice ground, and 1,789 are fit for gardens. No

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2 A JOURNEY FROM MADRAS THROUGH

CHAPriR account is kept of the quantity enclosed for timber, but all the •^^^- remainder Nvould answer for the purpose. N. B. The average Moray Jan. 15. is 45 Guntas, each 5'i feet square, or 49,005 square feet, and is therefore nearly ly^ acre.

Q. 2d. What proportion of your district consists of rice-land? Of this, what proportion has been cultivated last year, what has been waste or unoccupied ?

A. 247,218 Morays ; of which 225,782 were cultivated, and the remainder was waste, owing to a want of tenants. Of that which was cultivated, 1,591 Morays were overflowed, and the crops destroyed.

Q. 3d. What proportion of your district consists of garden grounds ? In these, how many coco-nut or Betel-nut trees, and trees for supporting pepper vines, are planted ? Is the estimate of these founded on any recent survey, or from an old valua- tion ?

A. The number of trees contained in the gardens, according to the public accompts, are, coco-nut 695,060, Betel-mit 1,155,850, Mangos 59,772, sundries 54,362, pepper vines 368,828. This esti- mate is formed from an old survey made in the year 179t- The number of trees, of each description, is at least double of what is here mentioned.

Q. 4th. How many ploughs are there in your district ?

A. 71,716.

Q. 5th. How many slaves of all ages, and both sexes ?

A. 7924.

Q. 6th. How many houses ?

A. 71,856.

Q. 7th. Of these, how many are inhabited by Christians ?

A. %5^5.

Q. 8th. How many by Mussulmans, including Moplays ?

A. 5,223.

Q. 9th. How many by Brahmans, including Namburis ?

Jan. 15.

MYSORE, CANARA, AND MALABAR. 3

J. 7,187, exclusive of Kankdnies, the Brahmans of which nation CHAPTER

XIV.

are confounded with the other casts. , ^-^^^j-*^

Q. 10th. How many by Jain ?

A. 2,700.

Q. 1 1th. How many by those who wear the L'mgaju ?

A. 880.

Q, J<2th. How many by Nairs?

A. 788.

Q. 13th. How many by Massady Buntars f

A. 7,123.

Q. 14th, How many hy Jain Buntars ?

A. 1,060.

Q. 15th. How many by Kankdnies?

A. 2,434.

Q. I6th. How many animals of the cow kind are there in your district ?

A. Cows 62,130, males 98,860, calves 59,109.

Q. 17th. How many animals of the Buffalo kind ?

A. Females 12,129, males 43,596, calves 6,882.

Q. 18th. What quantity of seed rice is sown annually? As the Hany differs in different districts, it will be necessary to state this in Morays of Mangalore, or at least to state the proportion which the Hany of each district has to that measure.

- A. 2,36,374 Morays of 60 Mangalore Hanies. N. B. This Moray contains 3,847t cubical inches; the seed therefore is about 423,000 bushels.

Q. 19th. What goods are exported by the sea from your portion of Canara, and to what annual amount ?

Q. 20th. What goods are imported by sea, and to what annual amount ?

Q. 21st. What goods are exported from your division of Canara by land, and to what annual amount^

A JOURNEY FROM MADRAS THROUGH

Q. 22d. What goods are imported by land, and to what annual amount?

-A. Annexed are statements of the exports and imports by sea, from the revenue accompts, for two years during the government of the Sultan ; and for one year, since the country has come under the government of the Company.

The particulars of this commerce will be seen by consulting commerce by these: I shall, however, state the general result.

Account of the exports and imports into Mangalore Taluc (district) by sea.

Jan. 15.

General statement of

Fusly or revenue year 1203 Ditto - - - - 1205 Ditto - - - - 1210

Imports.

Pagodas Tans. Anas.

39,118 5 14f 13,641 6 2 84,461 7 19

Exports.

Pagodas Fans. Anas. 58,581 4 2i 66,903 0 3 1,72,427 2 10

Commerce by land.

From this will be evident, the immense benefit that the country has received by a change of government.

No custom-house 'accompt has been forwarded of the exports and imports by land ; but Mr. Ravenshaw states the former to con- sist chiefly of salt, salt-fish. Betel-nut, ginger, coco-nuts, coco-nut oil, and raw-silk, to the annual amount of 20, 3SS Pagodas. The imports are chiefly cloths, cotton, thread, blankets, tobacco, and black cattle, with a small quantity of pepper, and sandal wood, to the amount of 37,4-55 Pagodas. The balance, in favour of the di- vision of the province under Mr. Ravenshaw, is therefore 70,899 Pagodas, each worth at the mint price very nearly 8s. O^d.

Along with these answers to my queries, Mr. Ravenshaw most obligingly sent me some valuable statements relative to the quan- tity of seed required for rice lands, and to the quantity of produce.

[To face page 4.

ACCOUNT of si^ Talook of Mangalore.

No.

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11

12

13

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93

94

95

96

97

98

99

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

107

108

SPORTED.

ARTICLES.

1 Chaivl, or Rice

2 Suparee, or Betle-Nut

Neshpani/ Dagah, or Silk Thread

Chinni Sacar, or Sugar

Kahdy Sacar, or Sugar Candy. Ilachy, or Kisiness, or Plums . . .

Gundagum, or Brimstone

Jeera, or Cummin Seed

ffing, or Asafoetida

Badam, or Almonds

Kansoo Catha

Ganja, or Flowers of Hemp. . . . Cajure, or Dates

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Cagath Regnee, or Paper Reams

Jarick Ranaraj/, Goat

Chapetty, or Tea in Boxes

Minqurry Cutt, or Fish Fins. . . .

Adody, or Leather

Banath, or Sackcloth

Cirkah Pitty, or Vinegar Pipes

Coodveh, or clean Riy:e Bags. . . .

Maikug, or Salt Fish, (1)8 Bundles) . .

Cutclia Siifeth Rumall, or Handkerchiefs

Kunghi, or Combs

Kengany Ricab, China Ware

Lakly Kinarah Babut Hyna, or Looking

Hynuck, Spectacles

Mushooru, Topi

.Pitlalka Tarnss

IQgll^irrannah, or Fans

1 JO Sltally Wallah

111

112 113 114 115 116 ^17 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129

Suhi, or Needles

Chamdcke Baldy, or Leather Pots. . . . Chapli Joddah, or Malabar Shoes. . . .

Path Cothaday

Panush, or Lanterns

Bilawaru Sishaw

Taftha Chattery, or Silk Umbrellas . . Pingany Kattora Chotti, and Badda . . Anchorage Duties for Boats ~\

Ditto for Sibadey .

Ditto for Boats . .

Ditto Mundioes . .

Ditto Sahvaddy . . .

Ditto Chanbuk . .

Ditto Balla

Ditto Manjee ....

Ditto Pattamars . .

Ditto Magh Herry.

Ditto Doncy. , . .

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56677 781

46

Customs.

11142 302

Total Customs.

58581 4 2i 11400 3 6 14200

11164

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CHAPTER XIV.

Jan. 15.

Q. 22d. What goods are imported by land, and to what annual amount ?

A. Annexed are statements of the exports and imports by sea, from the revenue accompts, for two years during the government of the Sultan ; and for one year, since the country has come under the government of the Company.

The particulars of this commerce will be seen by consulting commerce by these : I shall, however, state the general result.

Account of the exports and imports into Mangalore Taluc (district) by sea.

Exports

General

statement of

Commerce by land.

Fusly or revenue year 1203 Ditto - - - - 1205 Ditto - - - - 1210

Pagodas Fans. Anas, 58,581 4 2i 68,903 0 3 1,72,427 2 10

From this will be evident, the immense benefit that the country has received by a change of government.

No custom-house 'accompt has been forwarded of the exports and imports by land ; but Mr. Ravenshaw states the former to con- sist chiefly of salt, salt-fish, Betel-nut, ginger, coco-nuts, coco-nut oil, and raw-silk, to the annual amount of 20, 3?,S Pagodas. The imports are chiefly cloths, cotton, thread, blankets, tobacco, and black cattle, with a small quantity of pepper, and sandal M'ood, to the amount of 37,A55 Pagodas. The balance, in favour of the di- vision of the province under Mr. Ravenshaw, is therefore 70,899 Pagodas, each worth at the mint price very nearly 8*. O^d.

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No,

RTED.

ARTICLES.

Biam, 01' Rice

Suparee, or Beetle-nut

Reshiitany Daga, Silk Tliiead Chinni Saccar, or Sugar . . . .

Chathila, or Tutenague

Sisa, or Lead

Aridalla

Karpura, or Camphor

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10200 99

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Price.

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7alli Mirchy, or Black Pepper ....

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dascky, or Sugar Candy

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Vowasacar, or Ti n

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90

Pittambur Suddy ditto

Pittambur Doputtur ditto

Roshmany Sucy lllacky, ditto

Coothney, ditto

Naviabby, ditto

Reshmany Rwiiallo, ditto

niachy Sucy, ditto

Kntchey Chittoo, ditto

Palampous, ditto

Manapaut Cutchey, ditto

Porkally ShiUah, ditto

Dohattus, ditto

Caa«^i, ditto

Nankins, ditto

Muscat Lungy, ditto

iVatuor Undah, ditto

5z{^«/i Chillah, ditto ."

Ditto Piigdey, or Turbans

Ditto Baughthaw, Cloth

CAi>i< Pachady, ditto

Cauthey, ditto

Paundey Mundaragueray, ditto . . . . '5'"««i'. ditto

Dahuby, ditto

Kaurruy, ditto

Zarukanaray Rumaul, ditto

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