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Bombay (Presidency)

LC control no.n 00048168
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Geographic headingBombay (Presidency)
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See alsoSuccessor: Bombay (Province)
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Special noteSUBJECT USAGE: This heading is not valid for use as a subject. Works about this place are entered under Bombay (India : State).
Found inCode of military regulations at present in force under the Presidency of Bombay, 1850: t.p. (Presidency of Bombay)
Irrigation administration report, 1934/1935: t.p. (Bombay Presidency)
Wikipedia, Jan. 24, 2012 (The Bombay Presidency was a province of British India established in the 17th century as a trading post for the English East India Company. It later grew to encompass much of western and central India, as well as parts of post-partition Pakistan and the Arabian Peninsula. In 1935 the Bombay Presidency became a regular province; in 1947 Bombay Province became part of newly-independent India and in 1950 Bombay Province was reorganized into Bombay State, which included the princely states formerly under the political authority of Bombay Province; these princely states were merged into the new state after their rulers acceded to India)
Not found inIrrigation administration report, 1937/1938: t.p. (Province of Bombay)