After Plassey, the victorious Clive was able to dictate terms to the defeated Nawab, Siraj ud-Daulah; a painting by Francis Hayman, c.1762

Source: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/southasia/History/British/Clive.html
(downloaded May 2000)








Clive examining the enemy lines from the roof of the Navab's hunting lodge; the Navab's arrival before Clive's position; the Navab's artillery on a special movable platform: three commemorative views of the Battle of Plassey from the Illustrated London News, 1893

Source: ebay, Dec. 2008


*Mir Jafar and his son Miran delivering the Treaty of 1757 to William Watts. Platinotype by Henry Dixon and Son, London, c.1890* (BL)


*The battleground of Udhua Nullah [where Mir Qasim (r.1760-63) was defeated in 1763], Lord Hastings' tents in the foreground and the Rajmahal foothills beyond; a watercolor by Seeta Ram, 1817-21* (BL)


*The bridge at Udhua Nullah, with an encampment beyond and the foothills of the Rajmahal Hills in the distance* (BL)


*Shah 'Alam conveying the grant of the Diwani to Lord Clive, August 1765; an oil painting by Benjamin West, c.1818* (BL)








Excerpts from the peace treaty with Shuja ud-Daulah, and the whole of Shah 'Alam's farman, as translated and reported by "The Universal Magazine," London, Dec. 1766

Source: ebay, July 2008


*Lord Clive receiving from the Nawab of Bengal a grant of money for disabled officers and soldiers; an oil painting by Edward Penny, 1772-73* (BL)


"Robert, First Lord Clive," a steel engraving of Clive from around 1860

Source: ebay, July 2002



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The film versio (1935) starred Ronald Colman and Loretta Young

Source: ebay, June 2008


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