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They did not therefore belong fully, notwithstanding the fact that they were responsible to the Residents and the Assistant Residents in their fiscal capacity, to the administrative body. In accordance with their real function, they were placed under fiscal Collectors, who usually were the Residents themselves, and of the separate Direction for Cultivation which was established later on I). For many years they remained in fact supervisors for the receipt of rural taxes. Later, after 1830, they also dealt with the measures for compulsory cultivation which were at that time re-introduced with much energy (Cf.

Gradually the administrative offices and the organisation of 1) Ct. article 2, Provisional Instruction for Officials and Employees of the LandTax Administration and Land-Tax Collection. 40 THE ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM the lower Javanese admjnjstrative personnel (Mantris) were also systematised. Secretaries were now attached to all Residents; while Regents had their Patihs 1), a sort of viziers, who assisted them, helped to see that the orders of the Regents were executed throughout the Regencies and who therefore formed pre-eminently the element of contact between the Regents and the lower officials.

Guardduties were performed in each Regency by a corps of armed pradjoerits, who, however, did not count for much as factors in the general security. Gradually the administrative offices and the organisation of 1) Ct. article 2, Provisional Instruction for Officials and Employees of the LandTax Administration and Land-Tax Collection. 40 THE ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM the lower Javanese admjnjstrative personnel (Mantris) were also systematised. Secretaries were now attached to all Residents; while Regents had their Patihs 1), a sort of viziers, who assisted them, helped to see that the orders of the Regents were executed throughout the Regencies and who therefore formed pre-eminently the element of contact between the Regents and the lower officials.

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