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  • John Clark Marshman, C. S. I. (1794-1877). One of the well-known group of missionaries at Serampur, Marshman became a busy journalist and writer of books. In conjunction with his father (Dr. Joshua Marshman) he started the Friend of India ; and after his retirement to England in 1852 he compiled, among other works, a history of India, which became very popular. A seated figure, with arms folded.  Face half turned to right.
  • Tipu Sultan (from a collection of oil paintings, artist not known) presented by Prince Ahmed Hassan, of the Mysore family.
  • Sir John Malcolm, K. C. B. (1769-1833), appointed to the East India Company's Military Service on the Madras Establishment in 1782, at the age of 15, and arrived at Fort St. George in the following year. He was so diminutive in stature at the time he presented himself before the Directors for nomination to a cadetship, that one of the Board said to him half-playfully, " And what would you do if you met Hyder Ali?" " Do, Sir," was the reply, " why I would out with my sword and cut off his head." The answer was deemed sufficiently manly to compensate for his youth, and he received his appointment. Full length figure, about one-fifth the size of life: standing straight before the spectator with his face turned slightly to the right.
  • Prince Fateh Hyder: son of Tipu Sultan. From a collection of oil paintings (artist not known)
  • Hyder Ali Khan Bahadur, son of Tipu Sultan. A collection of oil paintings (artist not known), presented by Prince Ahmed Hassan, of the Mysore family.

  • From four coloured sketches of the middle of the eighteenth century showing the uniforms worn by French Troops in India.
  • From four coloured sketches of the middle of the eighteenth century showing the uniforms worn by French Troops in India.
  • From four coloured sketches of the middle of the eighteenth century showing the uniforms worn by French Troops in India.
  • Prince Yaseen. A collection of oil paintings (artist not known), presented by Prince Ahmed Hassan, of the Mysore family.
  • The above Portrait is of Prince Ghulam Mohammed, son of Tipu Sultan.