via New Straits Times, 04 March 2018:
GEORGETOWN: After the discovery of two cannons, a group of archaeologists and historians from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) found nine cannonballs at the archaeological site of Fort Cornwallis.
Source: Nine cannonballs found at Fort Cornwallis [NSTTV]
via The Malaysian Insight, 20 Feb 2018
EXCAVATION works at the historic Fort Cornwallis in George Town, Penang, has unearthed two East India Company (EIC)-era cannons over two centuries old. Both bear the insignia “GR” – Georgius…
Source: Archaeologists find two historic cannons at Fort Cornwallis
Archaeological excavations at Penang’s Fort Cornwallis have yielded artefacts from the Straits Settlements period.
GEORGE TOWN: Despite being a tourist attraction now, Fort Cornwallis, a colonial-era defensive structure, is still turning up archaeological surprises.USM
Source: Archaeologists recover artifacts from Fort Cornwallis moat
The Penang state government in Malaysia is seeking tenders for the restoration of the historic Fort Cornwallis, which was built in 1786.
Penang Calls For Proposals To Restore Fort Cornwallis
Bernama, 31 May 2010