Mahfuz Khan

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Puli Thevar's Struggle-quoted From Caldwell's History of Tirunelveli - Second Capture of Tirunelveli, 1756
... In early 1757, Thevar along with Mahfuz Khan and supported by many Polygars marched towards Tirunelveli for the third time at the head of an army of 10,000 men ... Soon the troops that held Tirunelveli marched to Madura and Mahfuz Khan marched into the abandoned town ... Mahfuz was so intoxicated by this success-in reality only luck-that he on his own, ordered his men to assault the nearby fort of Palamkotta his men ...
Puli Thevar's Struggle-quoted From Caldwell's History of Tirunelveli - Battle of Gangai Konda
... Thevar’s troops attacked from all sides but suffered huge losses as Yusuf Khan’s artillery took its toll on Thevar’s ranks ... Thevar fled into the jungle, Mian with his horsemen went to Madura and Nabi Khan retreated towards Srivilliputtur ... He also tried to persuade the corrupt officers of Mahfuz Khan to give up Cholavandan, a region through which the only road between Dindigal and Madura passed through a mountain ...