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Bengal under the lieutenant-governors
C. E. Buckland
|Statement||by C.E. Buckland.|
|Series||SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ;, item 10058.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm BUL-ENG-232 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xxxii, 1130 p.)|
|Number of Pages||1130|
|LC Control Number||96910204|
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With the Nawabs of Bengal under British power, indigo planting became more and more commercially profitable because of the demand for blue dye in Europe. It was introduced in large parts of Burdwan, Bankura, Birbhum, North 24 Parganas, and Jessore (present Bangladesh). The indigo planters persuaded the peasants to plant indigo instead of food. Ch.E. Buckland, Bengal under the Lieutenant-Governors (), posted on Internet Archive The Administration of Bengal under Sir Andrew Fraser (), posted on Internet Archive Article Partition of Bengal (), from Wikipedia.
Bengal under the lieutenant-governors: being a narrative of the principal events and public measures during their periods of office, from to Buckland, Charles Edward, DSB49 B88 v Sir Ashley Eden KCSI CIE (13 November – 8 July ) was an official and diplomat in British India. Background and education. Eden was born at Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire, the third son of Bengal Under The Lieutenant-Governors. 2. Calcutta: Born: 13 November , .
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The Bengal Presidency, officially the Presidency of Fort William and later Bengal Province, was a subdivision of the British Empire in the height of its territorial jurisdiction, it covered large parts of what is now South Asia and Southeast proper covered the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal (present-day Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal).Capital: Calcutta.
Early in the eighteenth century, the areas which now make up three states of contemporary India, West Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, together with present-day Bangladesh, were loosely welded together under a single Governor to form the eastern wing of the Mughal by: Bengal under the Lieutenant-Governors () by Charles Edward Buckland: Vol 1 (transcription project), Vol 2 (transcription project) The Early History of Bengal () by Francis John Monahan (transcription project) History of the Portuguese in Bengal () by Joachim Joseph A.
Campos (transcription project). Bengal Presidency was an administrative subdivision of British India established in At its peak in the 19th century it extended from the North West Frontier Province to Burma, Singapore and proper was divided into West Bengal and Eastern Bengal and Assam in In there was a further re-organisation into Bengal, Bihar & Orissa and Assam.
Bengal Presidency was an administrative subdivision of British India. The administration of this Presidency was looked after by several people holding varying positions. One such position was that of a Lieutenant of the Lieutenant Governors of Bengal.
At last, under the charter actS of the Governor General was relieved of his duties as Governor of Bengal and he was empowered by the Act to appoint a Lieutenant Governor for the Bengal province with an independent Secretariat and Legislative Council.
The Governor General of India thus appointed on 1 May Sir Frederick James halliday the first Lieutenant Governor of Cecil Beadon: (23 April ). The Burdwan Raj was a zamindari estate that flourished from about tofirst under the Mughals and then under the British in the province of Bengal in British-India.
At the peak of its prosperity in the 18th century, the estate extended to around 5, square miles (13, km 2) of territory  and even up to the early 20th century. Bengal in 3 Volumes.
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