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On 22 August 1639, Francis Day of the British East India Company bought a small strip of land on the [[Coromandel Coast]]. The region was ruled by Venkatapathy, the [[Nayak (title)|Nayak]] of [[Vandavasi]].<ref name=chendistprofhistory/> He granted the British permission to build a factory and warehouse for their trading enterprises. A year later, the British built [[Fort St George]], which became the nucleus of the growing [[colonialism|colonial]] city. Fort St. George houses the Tamil Nadu Assembly.<ref name=chendistprofhistory/>
 
In 1746, Fort St. George and Madras were captured by the French under General [[Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais|La Bourdonnais]], the Governor of [[Mauritius]], who plundered the town and its outlying villages.<ref name=chennapatnam/> The British regained control in 1749 through the [[Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle (1748)|Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle]] and fortified the town's fortress wall to withstand further attacks from the French and another looming threat, [[Hyder Ali]], the [[Sultan]] of [[Kingdom of Mysore|Mysore]]. By the late 18th century, the British had conquered most of the region around Tamil Nadu and the northern modern-day states of [[Andhra Pradesh]] and [[कर्नाटक|Karnataka]], establishing the [[Madras Presidency]] with Madras as the capital.<ref>{{cite encyclopedia
|title=Madras, India (Capital)
|url=http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/Madras,_India_(Capital)
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