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INDEX.

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-

Hubbes, 182,

SAFETY against foreign foes, iK 393, 393 ;

within the state by means of a police,

394,   Sue Police.
SANITARY laws and sanitary police. See

Health
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