The Bengal Presidency originally comprised east and west Bengal and was a colonial region of the British Empire in India. The region included the territories of undivided Bengal like West Bengal, Tripura, Orissa, Meghalaya, Bihar, Assam and modern Bangladesh. Bengal Presidency incorporated the British territories that were situated towards the north of the Central Provinces (now Madhya Pradesh), from the openings of the river Brahmaputra and the Ganges River.
Sir Charles Alfred Elliott served in office till the year 1893 and was succeeded by Sir Anthony MacDonnell, who remained in the position from 1893 to 1895.
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