No more unprotected spot could be found on the surf-beaten shore of the coromandel coast than this where stands Madras.
The 'coromandel' was not in yet; would not be in now until after dark—if then.
The city of coromandel on the sea coast, is seven days sail from Coulan.
This is the white sandalwood, for the red comes from coromandel and Pegu.
He enveloped his bed in a vast, nine-leaved screen of coromandel lacquer.
He is said to have been the twin of the demigod Mangara by a queen on the coromandel coast.
The king usually maintains a guard of a hundred sepoys (from the coromandel coast) about his palace, but pays them indifferently.
The coromandel project, however, on which so many hopes had been built, fell through.
Having again sailed for coromandel, we were at noon of the 5th June, 1613, in lat.
It is on the coromandel coast, which is nearly the whole of the Madras Presidency.