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places of interest during the British period
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It was also one of the subsidiary trading stations of the French East India Company.
Modern name: Machilipatnam
- Masulipatam Town Imperial Gazetteer
- Portuguese cemetery discovered near Machilipatnam G.V.R. Subba Rao February 7, 2013 The Hindu Machilipatnam. There is a brief mention that Europeans were buried in " St. John Burial yard at Bandar Kota", "St. Mary’s Church at Englishpalem" and the Dutch Cemetery at Valandapalem
Historical books online
- Masulipatam page 45, The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal Volume 68 1847. Google Books. The cantonment was classified as one of the "Stations on the sea coast"
- A Manual of the Kistna District in the Presidency of Madras by Gordon Thomson Mackenzie 1883 Archive.org
- "Annals of Masulipatam" page 87
- Account of the storm and flood of the night of 1 November 1864 page 119
- St John’s and St Mary’s Churches, Masulipatam , page 175 The Church in Madras, Volume II by Rev Frank Penny 1912 Archive.org
- The military cemetery in the Fort page 177