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cruelty to animals, ii. 480; when i. 347; a necessary subject of edu-
i. 348, 349; new school of, founded
distinguishing between terms in, ii.
Political science: ancient and modern
tory and political science necessary
subjects of education, i. 179-204,
nationalism, ii. 221-243; historical
and philosophical schools in, ii. 7-9;
foreign languages, i. 499-534. See on leaders of American Revolution,
i. 377; alleged connection with polit-
phy of politics, i. 352, 355 ; philoso- acteristics of modern epoch, ii. 239;
study of, among the Romans, i. 353;
of Laura Bridgman, i. 443-497 ; topics of political philosophy, i. 356-
verbal elements of, classified, i. 465. plies, i. 355; Lieber's service to, ii.
danger of political formulas, i. 384.
Polytechnic schools, ii. 514, 518, 523.
law, ii. 301-306; Roman, ii. 302; Popes, influence of the early, i. 139.
abuse of, i. 90.
346; as a science, i. 200-204, 347, Press, liberty of, i. 127.
257, 261, 266,
from general usage, ii. 336; title impoverishing effect of the wars of
i. 98; Roman dictators, i. 415; small
tectionists, ii. 389-459. See Free Rumor, a species of tradition, i. 306.
antisin among the southern races, ii. i. 519, 529.
Scientific men, conferring of titles on,
Scipio, remains of, i, 131.
Sclavonic languages, i. 87, 102.
Secession, Lieber's views on, i. 32; as
treason, ii. 153; address on, ii. 125-
136; evils of disunion, ii. 127; and
templated by the Constitution, ii. 131;
military law during, ii. 273; civil federacies, ii. 132 ; centralizing ten-
Self-government in English colonies in
Spain, ii. 29.
209, 217, ii. 529; religious instruc- Separatism, i. 333.
ancient and modern Rome, i. 104. Shaftesbury, character of, i. 266; his
Shakspeare, in Germany, i. 131; use
theory of, i. 341; the great work of Sismondi, on ancient and modern lib-
erty, i. 382.
Slavery, beginning of the slave-trade,
ii. 23; and the Catholic Church, ii.
can slavery, ii. 25, 169; cause of the
tion on representation in Congress,
regarding, ii. 175, 179; proposed
i. 311; among different nations, i. 172, 178; exists by municipal law
only, ii. 255; treatment of slaves
ii. 258; Calhoun on slavery and com-
ence of religion in ancient and mod- i. 271; servitude in Asia, i. 132.
422, 435; services and influence of,
Socialism and individualism, i. 363, | Style : different styles of writing among
ancients and moderns, i. 526.
society, i. 336; moral side of civil 218; negro suffrage in New York,
ii. 203; extension of suffrage to
Sylla and Marius, i. 138.
invention, i. 458.
pointment to professorship in, i. 23, acter of, i. 446, 449-455, 464.
Temmermanns, Anne, a deaf mute, case
of, i. 494.
Washington on State, ii. 159. Thought and word, connection be-
Portugal and, ii. 27; extinguishment Tocqueville (A. de), study of political
Translations of foreign works, difficul-
ties of, i. 511.
Treason defined, i. 273, 274; against
objects and duties of, i. 358, ii. 481; Tronchet's defence of Louis XVI., i.
tected by institutions, ii. 387. United Netherlands, effect of disjunc-
432; statesmen as historians, i. 344. United States, causes for the formation
distinctive name for, ii. 61, 106;
i. 70; recent annexations of territory
to, ii. 303; purchase of Louisiana,
sovereignty in, ii. 154, 155; tenden-
cially the classic tongues (a letter to allegiance to, ii. 166, 177; laws re-
garding slave-trade, ii. 175; Wash-
ington treaty of 1871, ii. 317; United Montaigne on,
i. 240; Dante's lack
America and American Revolution. Vienna, polytechnic school at, ii. 514,
national features of, ii. 15-85, 237, Vocal sounds of Laura Bridgman, com-
Von Ense, on Humboldt, i. 397.
Confederate States, ii. 239.
tion, ii. 327; need of a national Whigs and Radicals in England, Nie.
Wilson's Account of the Pelew Islands,
Witnesses, examination of, i. 250.
Wolf, on Homer, i. 99.
variableness of, ii. 448; money not frage, ii. 204.
Working class, or working men,
tion of, ii. 403, 498; aristocracies of
working classes, ii. 404.
Writing, picture, hieroglyphic, and
regard for, in antiquity, i. 240, 241; 91, 421.