Origin of intendance
Examples from the Web for intendance
This is the second time he has been feasted at the Intendance when he should have been in prison.
She found a pretense to call upon Barbaroux, then with his friends at the Intendance.
At length the great event of the winter came on—the ball at the Intendance on Twelfth-Night.The Span o' Life|William McLennan
He would of preference have stayed in the Intendance had he known that pitfalls and traps were at every footstep.
Doltaire's imprisonment in a room of the Intendance was not so mysterious as suggestive.