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  1. Warren Hastings, (born Dec. 6, 1732, Churchill, near Daylesford, Oxfordshire, Eng.—died Aug. 22, 1818, Daylesford), British colonial administrator in India. He worked for the English East India Company from 1750, rising to membership in its council in Bengal (1761–64) and Madras (now Chennai; 1769). As governor of Bengal (1772–74), he ...

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    Warren Hastings. The first Governor-General of India was Warren Hastings, who occupied that high position from 1773 to 1784. While Clive was content with creating the impression that the Nawab of Bengal remained sovereign, subject only in some matters to the dictate of the Mughal Emperor, Hastings moved swiftly to remove this fiction. The Nawab ...

  3. Warren Hastings (6 de diciembre de 1732 – 22 de agosto de 1818) fue un político británico y el primer Gobernador General de las Indias Orientales. Es mejor conocido por su juicio político causado por el ataque de Edmund Burke en 1787, que condujo a un largo juicio que terminó con la absolución completa de Hastings en 1795.

  4. Warren Hastings (December 7 1732 - August 22 1818) was the first Governor-General of India, from 1773 to 1785. He was born at Churchill, Oxfordshire. He attended Westminster School before joining the British East India Company in 1750 as a clerk. In 1757 he was made the British Resident (administrative in charge) of Murshidabad.

  5. 22/01/2020 · Warren Hastings (1732 – 1818) became the first Governor of the Presidency of Fort William (Bengal) in 1772 and the first Governor-General of Bengal in 1774 till he resigned in 1785. He started his career as a writer (clerk) in the East India Company at Calcutta in 1750. In 1758, he became the British resident at Murshidabad, the capital of ...

  6. Warren Hastings (1802 EIC ship) Warren Hastings was a three-decker East Indiaman, launched in 1802. The French captured her in 1805 during her second voyage for the East India Company and sold her to Danish owners. The British recaptured her in January 1808, [6] and within a year thereafter she was again in her former owner's hands.

  7. Warren Hastings (1789 ship) Warren Hastings. (1789 ship) Warren Hastings was built in 1789 at Calcutta, India. Her registry was transferred to Great Britain in 1796. In 1805 she was sold and her new owners renamed her Speke. She made three voyages transporting convicts from Britain to New South Wales. After her first convict voyage she engaged ...