But the plans of Dupleix were such that no war between the nations was necessary to enable him to carry them on.
Dupleix, Labourdonnaye and Lally came with an army to India.
On the dialectic powers of Dupleix, see a favourable judgment in Hamilton's Discuss.
In a narrower sense it confirmed the possession of Madras to Dupleix.
A treaty was made between the Companies, and Dupleix died in poverty and misery a few years afterwards in Paris.
Dupleix, utterly disgusted with Law, had resolved to displace him.
Dupleix, who took the part of the pretenders to power in both places, was carrying all before him.
Dupleix could transmit his orders, but he could not send with them the daring spirit which inspired them.
Dupleix had very few French soldiers, but he began the enlistment of the natives, a custom eagerly adopted by the English.
Her rich Indian conquests were muddled away, and the gallant Dupleix died broken-hearted and in misery at Paris.