Advocate-General of Bengal

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List of Advocate General of Bengal

The Advocate-General of Bengal was charged with advising the Government of the British administered Bengal Presidency on legal matters. The Presidency existed from 1765 to 1947. Prior to 1858, when it was administered by the East India Company, the Advocate-General was the senior law officer of that company but was also the Attorney-General of the Sovereign of Great Britain.

List of Advocates-General of Bengal[edit]

East India Company
Government of the United Kingdom

References[edit]

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