Intendancy

In·tend'an·cy noun ; plural Intendancies . [ Confer French intendance . See Intendant .] 1. The office or employment of an intendant. 2. A territorial district committed to the charge of an intendant.
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Intendancy

• (n.) A territorial district committed to the charge of an intendant. • (n.) The office or employment of an intendant.
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intendancy

(from the article `Latin America, history of`) A major Bourbon reform, taking place mainly in the 1780s, was the creation of large districts called intendancies (the word and model were French). ...
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