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note, 325 note; privatum, 64;
publicum, 64, 92.
Justice and injustice, 43.

Knight's fees, number in hands of
the church, 105; the number of,
in England, 102 note; service
tenure, 102 note.

Labour, 392.
Larceny, 382.
Law (See Lex); origin of, 1;
theories as to, 27-37; cannot
satisfy all, 2; the first social, 4;
object and aim of, 4, 5; neces-
sarily in general terms, 4; per-
missive or prohibitive, 4, 61, 91;
limited influence of, 7, 8; the
sources of, 12; Mackenzie's divi-
sion of, 12; Divine positive, Mac-
kenzie as to, 12; natural, 14;
Montesquieu's, 30; Rousseau's,
30; Bentham's, 30; Maine's, 31;
the author's, 32.

Law, a, defined, 56; adjective, 91;
administrative, 92 note; authors
of, private persons cannot be, 92;
common, 346 note; constitu-
tional, 49; ecclesiastical, 422;
international, chapter on, 213-
342 (see International Law);
martial, 443; military, 412;
natural, 14, 216; of nations,
Grotius as to, 216; of persons,
78 note; of things, 78 note;
permissive, a, 61; positive, 59;
public, 92; substantive, 90.
Laws, autonomic, 91; Bentham's
classification of, 90 note; classi-
fied, 89; consent of whom required
for, 132; improperly so called, 60;
objects metaphorically so termed,

40.

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Mind, the, how furnished, 1.
Ministry, Lord Macaulay on the,
187; Hallam on the irresponsi-
bility of, 189.

Misdemeanor, 63, 353, 354.
Misprisions, 354.
Monarchy, 48.

Monopolies, 147; monopoly, 397.
Montfort, Simon de, 120.
Moral support, 421; theology, two
schools of, 17; moral sense, a, 19.
Morality, Bentham's view of, 8;
positive, 40.

Motive principles, 9.

Municipal Law, English, 343; the
sources of, 344; subjects of, 349;
branches of, 352; objects of, 353.
Murder, 375.

Mutiny Act, 183; inciting to, 363.
Mutual assent, 84.

Nation, a, 45.
Nationalization, 227.
Naturalization, 234.

Natural law, 14 (see Law); society,
a, 45.

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Paris, declaration of the congress
of, 320.
Parliament, the title of, 121; the
mad, 120; burgesses enter, 121;
two houses of, 130; sittings of,
132; first open clash between the
two houses, 137; contested elec-
tions, 147; privilege of, 150;
declaration by the commons of
their rights, 154; the five parlia-
ments of Charles I., 157-176;
the three resolutions of the com-
mons in 1629, 164; the triennial
bill, 173; the commons' remon-
strance of 1641, 175; two parties
appear in the commons, 175;
attempted seizure of members by
Charles I., 176; petitions to, 178;
the cabinet, 186; the ministry,
187; Hallam on the irresponsi-
bility of ministers, 189; the par-
ties, 190; how summoned, 202;
the upper house of, 204; the
lower house of, 205; expenses of
members paid by constituents,

206 note; summary of the con-
stitution, 202-212; bribery at
elections of members of, 368. See
Taxes.

Parties, the, 190, 193.
Patents, 398.

Peace, 340.

Perpetuities, 396.

Perpetuation, duties relative to, 429.
Permissive law, 61, 91.

Person, 73; Roman signification of
the term, 74.
Personæ, 74.
Personalty, 288.

Persons, Austin's classification of,
71 note; belligerent, 302; classi-
fication of, 71; fictitious, legal,
75; non compotes mentis, 356;
points of view from which they
may be considered, 73; the sub-
jects of municipal law, 349; the
capacity of, 73; the law of, 78 note;
the subjects of jus in rem, 73.
Petitions to parliament, 178.
Piracy, 244.

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Procedure, rules of, why necessary,

90.

Prohibitory laws, 61, 91; clas-
sified, 91.

Promise, 87; a, why it binds, 85.
Property, 80, 83 note, 287; Inter-
national Law as to, 314; real,
315; enemy's in neutral territory,
315, 316; afloat, 317; neutral's,
326; municipal classification of,
351; ownership of, qualified, 82;
malicious injuries to, 380; public,
crimes against, 365; real and
personal, 383 note.
Public International Law, 223 (see
International Law); Public law,

92.

Punishments, two kinds of, 91.
Pure villenage, 102 note.

Quasi-contracts, 89; delicts, 62 note.
Quia emptores, stat. of, 125.

Ransom, 306; at sea, 317; bills,
317.

Realty, 287.

in personam, 68, 70; in rem, 68;
international, 245; division of
ditto, 247; must be defined, 90;
original sovereign, 249; quasi bel-
ligerent, 298.

Roman development, 96.
Royal honours, 229; prerogative
(see Prerogative).
Rutland, stat. of, 125.

Sacheverel, 195 note.
Sacred writings, 13.
Safe-conduct, 336.
Salvage, 322.
Sanction, 59.

Scripture, Holy, 13.

Search, the international right of,
331.

Security of the State, crimes against,
361.

Security, the maintenance of, 390.
Self-preservation, 267.
Self-support, 392.

Sequestrari facias, writ of, 424 note.
Servants as to embezzlement, 384
note.

Recapture, 321; capture as distin- Servi, British, 109.

guished from, 325.

Servitus, 82.

"Set forth" as a vessel of war, 323
note.

Reform Bill of 1832, 207; of 1867- Settlement, the Act of, 191.

Reciprocity, 276.

Recognitors, sworn, 108.

68, 208.

Reformation, the, 144.

Reliefs, 103 note.

Religion, Norman, 105.

Rem, judgments in, 289.

Relation, international, 245.

Remonstrance, the, 175.

Ship money abolished, 174.
Slander, 387.

Slaves, 73, 242.

Social order, influences by which
secured, 9.

Society, human, the possibility of,
2; a natural, 45.

Repositories of International Law, Sovereign, 49 note.

222.

Reprisals, 300.

Republic, a, 48.

Res, 79.

Sovereignty, 49, 226; internal, 49;
external, 50; founded on con-
sent, 50.

Star chamber, 140; abolished, 174.
State, a, 46; a, two hypotheses in-
volved in the idea of, 89.
States composite, 47; confederated,
47; half-sovereign, 46.
Status, 75; Austin on, 78 note;
modification of, 91; personal in-
ternational, 286; the number of,
78.

Resolutions, the three, 164.
Restraints, advantages of, 4.
Retorsion, 299 note.
Revelation, 13.
Revenue, the, 371.
Right, petition of, 159; Bill of, 182.
Rights, derivative sovereign, 275;
primitive or absolute, 275 note;
conditional or hypothetical, 275 Statute law, 344.
note; division of international,247; Subject, 51.

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Tallages, 104 note.
Tallagio non concedendo, de, 131.
Taxes, the imposition of, limited,
111; De tallagio non concedendo,
131; Benevolences, 139; Bates'
case, 152; loans demanded by
Charles I., 158; ship money abo-
lished, 174; under the Norman
Kings, 104, note in 12th century,
106.

Tenant paravail, 102 note.
Tenants in capite, 102 note.
Terms, necessary to define import
of, 3.

Territory, 315; island, 254; main-
land, 255; extension of, 257.
Time within memory, 348.
Toleration Act, 184.

Tories, 190.

Tory, 194 note.

Tourne, the, 105.

Trade, 392; restraint of, 395.

Trial by jury, 141.
Triennial Bill, 173.

Truce, 336.

Utility, 20.

Vagrancy, 408.
Vassal, 102 note.

Villeins, number and classification
of, 109.

Villenage socage, 102 note.
Visit and search, the right of, 331.
Volunteers, 418.

War, 301; an imperfect, 305; a
perfect, 305; compassing to levy,
363; its commencement and im-
mediate effects, 305.
Wardship, 103 note.
Westminster, 1st stat. of, 124; 2nd
stat. of, 125.
Whig, 193 note.
Whigs, 190.
Wickliffe, 136.

Will, freedom of the, 10; what de-
termines the, 11.

William III., 181.

Words, the ill use of, 3.

Treason, 353, 361; misprision of,362. Yeomanry, 418.

Treaties, 294; real and personal, 295.

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