Studies In History And Jurisprudence (volume 2) by Viscount James Bryce BryceStudies In History And Jurisprudence (volume 2) by Viscount James Bryce Bryce

Studies In History And Jurisprudence (volume 2)

byViscount James Bryce Bryce

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1901. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... index Abolitionists, in America, 346. Aborigines, in Australia, 459. Achaean League, 173. Adoption, by Indian princes, 31; in Indian law, 106; by Ro-man emperors, 866. Adultery, a crime in Indian Penal Code, 108; in Roman law, 800. Aeschylus, quoted, 142. Afghanistan, 17. Agricola, 13, 802. Alabama case, 348. Alarich, ii, laws of, 760, 868. Algeria, 248. Alsace, annexation of, 258. Althing, or general assembly, in Iceland, 272-280, 291, 298. Althusius, on sovereignty, 533. Amendment of constitution, 130, 174-184; in Australia, 437, 438. America. See United States. American Commonwealth, re-ferred to, 170, 179, 316, 496. Analytic school of jurispru-dence, 612-617. Anarchism, 485, 605. Areopagus, 79. Argentina, constitution of, 180, 214. Aristocracy and flexible consti-tutions, 152-157. Aristotle, 132, 359,464, 567, 728, 869. Armenia, 17. Army of Rome and India, 15, 37. Asiatic peoples, 476, 477. Augustus, 483, 513, 518, 677, 704, 801, 802. Austin criticized, 536-543, 569, 613-617. Australia: constitution of the Commonwealth, 391-462; movement for federation, 394-403; conditions favouring fe-deration, 403-408; character of federation, 408-410; dis-tribution of powers between Commonwealth and States, 410-412; position of States under constitution, 413-415; differences from United States and Canada, 416-418; few restrictions on powers of Commonwealth, 419-421; the legislature, 421-424; the exe-cutive, 424; the judiciary, 425-428; dependence of exe-cutive upon legislature, 428-431; provisions against dead-locks, 431, 432; relations of the two Houses, 432-435; miscellaneous provisions, 436, 437; amendment of constitu-tion, 437, 438; relations of Commonwealth to British crown, 438-440; comparison with United States and Can-ada, 440-443; general obser-vations, 443-447; ...

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Title:Studies In History And Jurisprudence (volume 2)Format:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.65 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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