erty, Marriage, Redress, etc, Ri^ht the people, in courts under Charle-
magne-, ji. 363 ; formed in some places
a hereditary cla.ss, 364 ; appear in most
parts of middle Europe, /M/./ formed
of a married pair, 98-102; of parents,
102-106; power of father, in Komnn
law jinrl in Greece, 102-104; Koman
and German conceptions of, compared, 1 also the town-councils there, ibid.
isj6. Right of revolution, Sue Kevolu- • SKIJ.'-UKI-XNCT., limited by right of as-
tion. Might to punish eujnully, 374 ; .sailant, 41.
Right of emigration, 384; not absolute, ' SKi.i-'-kr.DRiiss, is there any right of?
#/'c/. | 116.
ROAI>S, right to build carries out right of J SENATE of Rome at first, ii. 16; patres
locomotion, 40 ; may be constructed by j conscripti, MM. / who and by whom ap-
state, »2i ; compensation for us« ofj pointed, :6t 17 ; functions, 18-21; not
private lands, ii. 399 ; can the state or | properly a legislative body, 20.
chartered companies bctit build them, ' SLAVKKY, a term for deprivation of all or
especially ways of transport, 399-401. most personal rights, 33 ; not regarded
, C,, on rights, 133.
by the aneirnts as making a difference
RUTHI;, R., his explanation of the Male's > \n for,«s of government, 483.
power to punish, 351, 352 ; of th»j right; SOCIALISM, modern, 312-323. See Com-
of revolution, 421. -pa. j numisrn.
ROTTKCK, L. von, on rights, 131. j Soi.UN, his equity and moderation, ii.
ROMK, as a monarchy, 490-492 I as an ', 124,125 ; his political reforms, 123-125.
imperial dui.potihin, 304-509; as an SOUTH, Dr. Robert, against the right of
aristocracy, ii. 10-35; the senate, ii, ; lawfulness of revolution, 413.
16-20; il«inm-ratie inhtilutkms, 113-115; Stj\T,uu<;NTV of a state what, 202-204.
Roman colonies, ii, 151, 153 ; Human ; *jcu Austin, J.
provinces and their government, 153-' SPANISH colonies, ii. 160-163.
*5& i SPARTA, its land tenure, 310 ; constitu*
ROMAN lawyers, on justice, 125, is6, j tiun, 470, n. j monarchy, 536; ranks,
Roman idea of the state involves the S36 ; gerttsia or .senate of Sparta, 538 ;
sovereignty of the people, 504. tin* op'hori, 539 ; Aristotle's criticism on
ROUSSKAU, his theory of the state, 172- Spartan institutions, 540-543; changes
xSa ; hih state of nature, 173 ; freedom ( jn wealth, 540; a demu.s, 543 ; cphorins
inalienubUs 172; smrial pact, 173; sov- rtn itxample of growing inbtitutions, ii.
ereignty not capable of representation, ; ^-^ 356.
>7Si ^ncral will of the people ri^ht, SrKN(,;i-:Kt Herbert, his theory of prop-
178; power of thi- body pnlitic abso- J c-rty in land, 63-66 ; examined, 66-68 ;
Intu, 177; his exi>lanation uf the rU-ath- j on exogamy and t>riik-stealin«, 93, 94-
penalty, 176; no one system of |ff»v-; SPIKOXA, on the state's origin and na-
crnment the best, 178; executive ofti-j tun?i 161-165; how far similar to that
curs mere agi'ms. 179 \ «*fi'ct of violat- j Of Hobbes, 165, n,
I the pact, 180, 181; compared with SQUITTINIU at Klonmee, ii. 79, 80.
STAHL, his explanation of punishment in
the state, 349, 3,so J on limits of obedi-
ence to law nnd right of revolution,
419; on rights, 135.
STATK, the, need of to define and protect
rights, 117-119; ordinal sense of the
word sAtfa 140; not strictly synony-
SAFETY against foreign foes, iK 393, 393 ;
within the state by means of a police,
394, Sue Police.
SANITARY laws and sanitary police. See
SATISFACTION, sense of, as an end in
punishing, 333, compare 355,
SCABINI, their origin, as substitutes for
mous with nation, 141, I4» J *ts com"
prvhcnhivcncss, 143; state and terri-
tory, 144 ; Greek theory of state's right