The Clives were longstanding friends and patrons of Lear: Ann Sybella Clive was one of the sponsors of Lear’s Indian expedition and visited him at San Remo. He corresponded with her, sending limericks and caricatures for her family. Her husband, George Clive, was a barrister and politician, and Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department from 1859-62. The family, beside a Miss Sybella Clive, includes Charley and Kathleen.

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