Intendant of New France
In New France
, there were three rulers for every colony: governor, a bishop
and an intendant
. The intendant, with the influence of the bishop and governor, managed areas in the colony such as law and order, income and so on.
The first intendant of New France was Jean Talon, appointed in 1665 when the colony became a royal province of France.
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