ROSSAIX (d.1844), a Frenchman, who was a skilled road engineer and who had served in Napoleon's army. He came to the Punjab in 1843 to take up service under the Sikh Mahārājā. His salary was fixed at Rs 500 per month. His main charge was the construction of bridges and laying out of roads.


    Grey C., European Adventurers of Northern India, 1785-1849 [Reprint]. Patiala, 1970

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