relations between capital and labour, but, at the best, lessen the cost, and simplify the administrative
work, of bourgeois government.
It is difficult to recount in detail, chapter by chapter, a plan which embraced the whole budget and continued down through the minutest details of administration in order to keep the whole synthetical; but perhaps a slight sketch of the principal reforms will suffice for those who understand such matters, as well as for those who are wholly ignorant of the administrative system.
He thought that if the France of former days possessed brains strong enough to comprehend in one system both foreign and domestic affairs, the France of to-day was not likely to be without its Mazarin, its Suger, its Sully, its de Choiseul, or its Colbert to direct even vast administrative departments.
Far from expecting the slightest expression of praise or of thanks from his listener, it appeared from his way of telling the story of this episode in his administrative
career, that he had been moved by an unconscious desire to pour out the thoughts that filled his mind, after the manner of folk that live very retired lives.
We need not only men of acknowledged bravery, but men of administrative
talents to superintend the affairs of our colonies, and we have no doubt that the gentleman selected by the Colonial Office to fill the lamented vacancy which has occurred at Coventry Island is admirably calculated for the post which he is about to occupy.
Now Alexey Alexandrovitch intended to demand: First, that a new commission should be formed which should be empowered to investigate the condition of the native tribes on the spot; secondly, if it should appear that the condition of the native tribes actually was such as it appeared to be from the official documents in the hands of the committee, that another new scientific commission should be appointed to investigate the deplorable condition of the native tribes from the--(1) political, (2) administrative
, (3) economic, (4) ethnographical,
The side turned up to the public view, presented the spectacle of a gentleman, possessed of considerable reputation as a speaker at charitable meetings, and endowed with administrative
abilities, which he placed at the disposal of various Benevolent Societies, mostly of the female sort.
His real abilities, which were mainly of an administrative
order, were combined with an adventurous disposition.
The mere fact of trying would be considered meritorious in the higher quarters; and the possessor of the prize would have a claim to an administrative
appointment of the better sort after he had taken his degree.
Veneering immediately mentions what a blessing he feels it, to possess a friend capable of such grand administrative
suggestions, and really is elated at this going about of Boots and Brewer, as an idea wearing an electioneering aspect and looking desperately like business.
That has generally been observed in men of great administrative
capacity, I believe,--a tendency to predominance of the reflective powers in me
And it's the administrative
centre of all Russia and its character must be reflected on the whole country.