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  1. Bombay se encuentra en la costa del mar Arábigo en el oeste de la India. La altitud media de la ciudad es de 11 m sobre el nivel del mar. Los 437,77 km² del área metropolitana ocupan dos islas situadas frente a la costa que están unidas por puentes. El centro urbano de Bombay se halla en la isla homónima de 70 km² de superficie situada al sur, mientras que el resto de la región ...

  2. 1731–1813. v. t. e. The Bombay Presidency or Bombay Province, also called Bombay and Sind (1843–1936), was an administrative subdivision (province) of British India, with its capital in the city that came up over the seven islands of Bombay. The first mainland territory was acquired in the Konkan region with the Treaty of Bassein (1802).

  3. La presidencia de Bombay fue una entidad administrativa de la India Británica, formada por los territorios occidentales de la India. Existió entre 1703 y 1936. Estaba formada por cuatro divisiones fiscales, 24 distritos (25 en 1906) y numerosos estados tributarios protegidos. La superficie del territorio británico era de 321 479 km² con una población de 16 489 274 habitantes y los estados ...

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    The marriage treaty of Charles II of England and Catherine of Braganza that concluded on 8 May 1661 incorporated Bombay into the English colonial empire- the territory was part of Catherine's dowry. On 19 March 1662, Abraham Shipman was appointed the first Governor and General of the city, and his fleet arrived in Bombay in September and October 16...

    On 21 September 1668, the Royal Charter of 27 March 1668 led to the transfer of Bombay from Charles II to the British East India Company for an annual rent of £10 (equivalent retail price index of £1,226 in 2007). The islands were handed over to the company on 23 September 1668. Upon the transfer, Bombay was made subordinate to the company's settle...

    Following the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the company was accused of mismanagement, and Bombay reverted to the British Crown. On 2 August 1858, the British Parliament began abolition of the company and asserted full, direct Crown authority over India. The execution was slow. The company for purposes of liquidation maintained its formal existence unti...

    After India gained independence in 1947, Bombay Presidency became part of India, and Sind province became part of Pakistan. The territory retained by India was restructured into Bombay State. It included princely states such as Kolhapur in Deccan, Baroda, Dang in Gujarat, which were under the political influence of Bombay Presidency. As a result of...

    a ^ The Acting Governors were appointed for a temporary period until the post of Governor was filled. Whenever there was a vacancy for the post of the Governor, and no provisional or other successor was available, then the member of the Executive Council of the Governor, next in rank to the Governor, other than the Commander-in-chief of the Preside...

  4. Gervase Lucas (en) de 5 de noviembre de 1666 a 21 de mayo de 1667; Henry Gary (en) de 22 de mayo de 1667 a 23 de septiembre de 1668; Gobernadores de la empresa. La 21 de septiembre de 1668, por la carta de 27 de marzo de 1668, el gobierno de Bombay fue cedido a la Compañía Británica de las Indias Orientales por 10 libras en ese momento.