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Government undertakes the cost and the super-intendence of the _caminos reales_, and does it well.
It is difficult to see what military prowess has to do with the multiform duties which, in a modern city, include the care of parks and libraries, super - intendence of markets, sewers and bridges, the inspection of provisions and boilers, and the proper disposal of garbage.
"Well, as you have lost your master, and are out of employment, if you go down to the intendence and say that General Rombaud sent you, and that you can speak enough French and Arabic to get on with, they will find you some employment where you can be of use."
The au - thority of it proved, from the language of scripture, as to plu - rality of elders, 120; from the extent of inspection and super - intendence required of them, 121 — their duties stated by Dr. Owen, 121 — 124; from the propriety of checking the ambi - tion of pastors, 125 — 127; from the qualification of many of the members, 127 — 130.
A vindication of the Presbyterian form of church government, as professed in the standards of the Church of Scotland; in reply to the animadversions of the ancient and modern independents, in a series of letters
Digitized by Googk VI PREFACE. both these classes of artists, also the general super - intendence of the preparation of the papers for the press, and a multitude of other particulars which it is unnecessary here to detail.
Second, The negligence of a person in the service of the Negligence of employer who was entrusted with and was exercising super - tendent. intendence and whose sole or principal duty was that of superintendence, or, in the absence of. such superintendent, of a person acting as superintendent with the authority or consent of such employer; or,