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During the lengthy conflict with the Marathas, Hyder had several times requested the assistance of the British East India Company, and it had each time been refused, in part due to the influence at Madras of Hyder's enemy, the nawab of Arcot.<ref>Bowring, p. 82</ref> The British had also angered the Marathas by repudiating treaties, with whom they [[First Anglo-Maratha War|were at war]] for much of the 1770s,<ref name="Bowring, p. 80">Bowring, p. 80</ref> and they had also upset the [[Nizam of Hyderabad]] [[Ali Khan Asaf Jah II|Asaf Jah II]] over their occupation of [[Guntur district|Guntur]].<ref>Bowring, p. 81</ref>
 
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In 1771 Maratha envoys had approached Hyder with a proposal to unite against the British, with the goal of wresting control of eastern India from their influence. Since Hyder was at the time still attempting alliance with the British, he informed them of this offer, noting that he thought the Marathas would gain too much power and even threaten his own position under those circumstances.<ref name=Bow83>Bowring, p. 83</ref> The Marathas, still at war with the British, renewed an offer of alliance in 1779. In this case, the alliance was to include the nizam.<ref name="Bowring, p. 80"/> His decision to join this alliance was prompted by two British actions. The first was the British capture by capitulation of the west coast port of [[Mahé, India|Mahé]], part of a concerted effort by the British to take all French outposts following the 1778 French entry into the [[American Revolutionary War]]. Hyder received much of his French-supplied equipment through this French-controlled port, and had provided troops for its defence.<ref>Bowring, p. 84</ref> Furthermore, the British action had provoked the Nairs on the Malabar coast to rise in rebellion again, although Hyder had quickly put this down. The second offence was the movement of British troops through territory under his control (and also other territory controlled by the nizam) from Madras to Guntur. There was a skirmish in the hills, and the British detachment ended up retreating to Madras.<ref>Bowring, p. 85</ref>
 
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