Stringer Lawrence, the teacher of Robert Clive
, won many a victory with you.
personifies these early adventurers who lived fast and died young, indulging in the parties, the free and easy sexuality and the plentiful alcohol.
(1725-1774), an army officer who later came to be known as Clive of India for his military exploits in India, had been handpicked to establish Britain's influence in the Indian Ocean.
Inevitably it is often with India that studies of Robert Clive
begin and end.
After the crash, which limo driver Michael Walters witnessed, one of the firefighter's passengers, Robert Clive
Marshall, 31, was dead and Ahmed's friend and employee Shazadul Karim, a 43-year-old father-of-two from Tremorfa, lay dying.
Following the exploits of several collectors of antiquities, such as Robert Clive
, who extended British suzerainty from Calcutta, and the circus performer Giambattisa Belzoni, she complicates the notion of imperial chauvinism and challenges received wisdom about the way imperial expansion occurred in Asia and the Middle East.
Sir Robert Clive
had also met the Count in India, where he was regarded as a supreme guru.
8 carat emerald cameo, which the Duchess had inherited from her grandfather, Robert Clive
(1725-75), 1st Baron Clive of Plassey.
On December 24, 2003, the SEC announced that United States District Judge Robert Clive
Jones of the District of Nevada issued a temporary restraining order freezing the assets of the defendants, prohibiting the destruction of documents, and granting expedited discovery.
Butler, aged 61, of Belgrave Road, Wyken, Coventry, assault by beating, community rehabilitation order for six months.
was born on September 29, 1725, at the family estate in the parish of Moreton Say, Shropshire.
District Judge Robert Clive
Jones of the District of Nevada - sitting by designation in Phoenix - dismissed Frazier's third complaint with prejudice.