GERMANY or Germanic body, monarchy penalties made by Grotius, 346; his
in, becoming elective, 522; German own theory, 347, 348.
confederations and empire, ii. $ 209 | HEALTH, right and duty of the state to
(194-soS) ; disintegration of the empire, , leyihlate concerning it, 212, 219, 222;
194 ; constitution after the peace of care of, or sanitary police, ii. 397, 398^
Westphalia, 195-197 i confederation ; needed in towns especially, 397; prac-
broken up in 1806, 197 ; reviewed, 197, ! tiee of appointing public physicians in
198 ; final act of itfao, 199-201 ; eonsti- 1 Egypt, Greece, Rome, 397 ; hospitals
tution of 1849, 201; old constitution ; for the Mck poor in Christendom, 398;
restored, //*/</, Difficulties between principal duties of sanitary officers,
Prussia and Austria, 202 ; North Gcr- //;/</.
man cunfed. of 1007 and new German HKHREWS. See Israelites.
empire, 1871,204-301*; nature of thebe HLKMANN, K. I-'., his lehrbuch v.
constitution,^ aoti, 207. Greieh. antiq., often cited.
GKYKK, Prof., on punishment and crimi- - Ilj-,c;i;r., on pi-nalties, 347.
nal law, cited 65, 347 and elsewhere. , HKM»J», A., on Spanish colonies, ii. 161,
Kcirr, hi,-, history of the German , 102.
empire (in German) cited, 534. , HiunuwANu, his Gcaek.&. rechtsphilos.
UAUU-TKULON, on primitive mar- ' cited, 26.
"iAKe, 05- • Hii'PODAMUS of Miletus, his social sys-
.AUMu.Ni1., \V, E., on relations of, tern, 310.
ehurch and .mate, 494-497. The Mnto HOHBKS, on justice, 127; his Leviathan
has a mural office, 494 ; for discharging ] and tie Cive, 157; his theory of the
which religion ii> necessary, 494 ; roll-: state, 157-161 ; 1m remarks on religious
gion might to pervade common or family powvr, !<*•>.
and state life, as well as individual life, - Hou>ix<; oOicc, is it an obligation fora
495; it must worMtip God, ibid*; it is | person elected? 388.
competent to promote the ends of, HONOR, its relation to rights, 29; under
religion, i&itt.; evils of more than one j what pulily it thrives best, ii. 523-525.
establishment, 496; objections to his1 HOOKBK, k,, derives the ruler's power by
view, 496, 497. j compact from the choice of a nation,
GKKKK comjuerurs of Asia, their prov-; 155, 136; his explanation of the con-
ince and cities, ii, 130, 151. j neetion between chtirch and state, ii,
GKOTIUS, on justice ami right, 127 \ «n ' 475-4^^ Sec Religion,
the state, 153-157 ; on nature anil end HI;M«OU>T, W. von, on limits of state
of penalties, 344, 345. j turtion, 345-249.
GUILDS at Florence, ii. 6V>, 70, 73. 83, Hus«A«y, ehan«es in form of govem-
etc. i mem, 524-520; becomes united with
GUIXOT cited, on communistic schemes, i Austria, 520,
318; on the English parliammt, 57:;: liuttLWJT. on rights and their political
on the delicacy of federal governments, : guarantees, cited, 285-
ii. 172; on two legislative chambers, ! jANrT( P:xu!< cited on Montesquieu, re-
ferrutl to, 171, on Mably and Morel-
^ . , * ^ «. i JAPANKSB monarchy, s«*«
HALLAM, H,, often cited on the English i J
constitution, as 569, 575, 576; on sup-, IGNOMINY or loss of civil rights, one or
more, at Rome, 366 ; at Athens, 367 ;
useful as <i penalty for certain crimes.
prcssion of monasteries, ii- 417.
HARLESS, G, G, A», on extent of obcdi-
enc« to law, 420.
HAKTWNSTEIN, on the explanation of. IJUUNOIS, the state ct> restrictions in its