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Corn: price of, 104; laws, 336.

Drainage: and officialism, 218, 351; (see
Corporations, conservative, 165–66. also Sanitary Supervision).
Cotton: and general morality, 266; Dress, State restrictions, 136.

industry, 307, 402; effects of fanline, Druggist, responsibility of, 337–38, 375.
359,

Drunkenness: and adaptation, 29 ; inju-
Counter-practice, 203-4.

rious, 41, 44; knowledge and conduct,
Covenants, Hobbes on, 379–80.

174.
Credit, (see Currency).

Dwellings, (see Artisans' Dwellings).
Creeds, adverse, 416.

Dyak customs, 391,
Crime: and education, 170-76; sta- Dyeing, State interference, 161, 289,

tistics of, 207-8; silent system of 290.
punishing, 212; and reverence for Dynamics, the term social, 233.
authority, 242; good convicts, bad
men, 244, effects of, 261-64; and pop- | EARTH, The: rights to, 62–64, 65, 144,
ulation, 355 ; and poverty, 365.

393.
Cringing, and tyranny, 243.

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, selfish-
Criticisin, of author, sö.

ness, 97.
Crustacean locomotion, 269.

Edinburgh, disease in, 351.
Currency: 221-32; opinions on, 103 ; | Education: and adaptation, 30, 356;

and poor laws, 153-55 ; State regula- bias of, 80; anti-coercion, 83, 85-86,
tion, 221-24; State banking, 224-25; 86-87; chief object of, 83–84; why
State coining, 225-27; and free trade, needed, 87-89 ; parental obstacle to,
227-28; good and bad money, 228 n.; 89-90; and State duty, 129-30, 132;
universal currency, 228 n.; govern- national, 156–87, 295; and rights, 156–
ment, and value of, 246 ; and general 57; and parental responsibility, 157,
immorality, 265.

183-84; definition, 157; control in
Custom, and conduct, 391-93.

France, 158-59; reason for nation-
Czar: and Russian peasant, 134; (see al, 158, 161; in France, Austria, China,
also Russia).

158-60, 166 ; parental feelings, 160–61;

cheap, 163; interest and judgment of
Darwin, C., natural selection, 365.

government, 164-65; progressive, 166 ;
Debt: and perfect law, 26; and justice, and slow progress of Nature, 169-70 ;
53.

and religion, 167; at Oxford, 167-68;
Democracy: and freedom, 105–8; and at Eton, 168; scientific, at universities,
monarchy, 248–49.

168; by State, conservative, 165-68;
Democratic Federation : views of, 319, and crime, 170-76; free and improvi-
324, 326-27, 329-30, 331-32.

dence, 176-78; by State, and State re-
Desires: importance of, 16; moral sense, ligion, 179-85; and evolution, 181-82;

19-21; and adaptation, 31; and social unphilosophical system of, 181–82; re-
activity, 357-58.

wards and punishments, 183; State,
Despotism, subversive to love, 75-77. and voluntary efforts, 185–87; result
Discovery, and property in ideas, 68– of pauper, 212; restrictive legislation,
72.

292, 293; indirect effects, 309; pay-
Disease • result of non-adaptation, 28; ment by results, 310; gratis, and

and sympathy, 49, 206–7; social ef- food, 313; examination and officialism,
fects, 150, 151; knowledge and con- 315-16; reading, 317-18; for parlia-
duet, 174; natural selection, 205–7; ment, 372-73.
cholera and board of health, 213–15; Edward I., equality of human rights, 46.
small-pox, 212–13, 267, 291; cause, Edward Ill., regulation of commerce,
267 ; social and individual, 273; and 138.
preventive legislation, 314; druggist's Edward VI., and usury, 128.
assistant, 337–38, 375; in Edinburgh, Electricity, restrictive legislation, 293.
351 ; (see also lealth).

Elizabeth, Queen, and colonization,
Dishonesty: property in ideas, 69; so- 189.
cial result, 11.

Emerson, R. W., principles and facts,
Dissent, religious establishments, 142,

365 n.
145.

Emigrants, treatment, 198.
Dissenters : and whig principles, 284; Emotions: bias of, 80; and conduct,
marriage of, 284.

175–76.
Divine Right: meaning, 57; and of Enclosure laws, and selfishness, 96.

kings and majorities, 91, and of par- England ; justification for war, 74 ; po-
liaments, 376-78.

litical, connubial, and filial relations
Divinity, doth hedge a king, 410-11. in, 82; dishonesty in, 101; sport in,
Dockyard mismanagement, 133.

102; colonies of, 188, 196 ; sanitation

in, 208-9; enterprise of English, 216– Fox, Sir Charles, on government offices,
17'; banking, 223-25; sympathy, 235- 348-49.
36, railways, 404.

France : selfishness in, 95 ; trade restric-
Equal, and equity, 47.

tions, 128-29; Guizot on, 133–34 ; of-
Equality, of human rights, 47-49.

ficialism in, 133–35, 139; the right to
Equity and equal, 47; opinions on, labour, 144-45; State control of
54; and colonization, 193; and au- schools, 158-59; sanitation in, 208–9;
thority, 245-46 ; and law, 396.

English enterprise, 216–17; vine cult-
Ethics: object of, 405-7, 408; (see also ure, 227; and social dissolution, 245 ;
Morals).

views of' revolutionists, 287; railways,
Eton, education at, 168.

311, 404 ; official rank' in, 316; trade
Evil: diminution of, 28-32; result of unions in, 317; revolution and land,
non-adaptation, 28–32.

325; freedom in, 331; forestalling in,
Evolution: origin of idea, 122 n.; and 339; cause of revolution, 410.

education, 181-82; date of conception, Freedom: man's claim to, 36–40, 56;
271 n.; and individuation, 272; natu- fundamental, 40, 41, 53; individual,
ral selection, 365.

40-42; separation of injurious from
Examination, and belief in officialism, beneficial acts, 42-44; requisite to
315-16.

normal life, 45; law of equal, the first
Exercise : agreeableness of, 8; and fac- principle, 55; not recognized by all,
ulty, 38, 84.

55-57 ; absurdity of denying it, 57-58;
Expediency: unguided, 11-14; philo- and socialism, 65–67; political rights,

sophy, and social state, 91, 125–26. 92-93; and majorities, 94; and democ-
Eyes: sympathy with discased, 49; (see racy, 105; duty of State to defend,
also Vision).

117-20; assertion of, 119-20; and

limit of State duty, 123; and regula-
Factory Aots: restrictive, 290-94; in- tion of commerce, 137-40; and educa-
direct effects, 309-10.

tion, 183–84; and present imperfec-
Faculty: exercise of, 8, 38; and fore- tion, 220 ; and authority, 245; and
sight, 48-49.

power-worship, 246-48; and individ-
Fagging, Moberly on, 250.

uality, 255–59, penalities of breaking
Fainting, and sympathy, 50.

law, 261-64; extended by whig prin-
Fairman, Frank, on socialism, 333.

ciples, 284; surrender and slavery,
Family, benefits to mature and imma- 296-99; and militancy, 394-95; Aus-
ture, 359–62.

tin on, 383-84.
Federation, possibility of, 120.

Free trade: and medicino, 203-7; and
Feelings: bíus of, 80; and opinion, 249- currency, 227-28; Cobden Club on,
51.

362-63; and protection, 369–71.
Fetish, belief in, 347-48, 352.

Friends, Society of, (see Quakers).
Feudalism, cost of, 262-63.

Fruit, State restrictions to eating, 131.
Filmer, Sir Robert: man's liberty and Function, specialization of, 121.

equality, 46 ; denial of rights, 57.
Fires : extinction in Berlin, 208, and n.; GARDEN: impatience of children, 169.
selfishness at, 263.

Gas: French and English enterprise,
First Principle : 55-59 ; its application, 216-17; municipal and private enter-

60; derivation of, 36-45, 46-54 ; prise, 218–20; legislative restrictions,
“ First Principles," quoted, 419.

290.
Fish, classification of, 286–87.

General Considerations, 233-73.
Fletcher, J., on crime and education, Generosity, continuance of species, 359–
172-73.

62.
Flogging, sympathy at, 50.

Geology: slow changes of, 169-70; uni-
Food: adaptation to, 29; present desire formitarianism, 377.

for, 43, and n.; Locke on property, 67; | Geometry: "geometric sense,” 22-24;
and poor laws, 153–54 ; aud éducation, moral analogy, 26.
157, 313; and sanitary supervision, George, H., and land nationalization, 319.
201; government and prices, 246 ; and George III., national education, 132.
legislation, 290, 291; law and price of, Germany: trade restrictions, 129; sup-
339-40; individual life, 397-400 ; (see pression of immorality, 132; sanita-
also Appetite)

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tion in, 208; English enterprise, 216–
Force : physical and moral, 116–17; per- 17; foriner morality, 244; Natur-recht
sistence of, 215.

and jurisprudence, 387.
Forestalling, in England and France, Gibraltar, fortitication of, 192.
339.

Gladstone, W. E. : restrictive legislation,
Forrest, C., on artisans'dwellings, 345–46. 292-93, address to, 353.

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Glasgow Improvement Trust, 347-48. Hero-worship: and aggression, 241-45;
Gaols, Stato mismunugement, 133; (see and authority, 247-49.
also Crime).

Herrings: sale of, 340 ; branding, 351,
Gold, (see Currency).

Hill, Rowland, and officialism, 229.
Government: and adaptation, 30; rep- Hindoos : adaptation of, 29; passive and

resentative, and civilization, 105–8; tyrannical, 243.
special function to administer justice, Ilindoostan, (see India).
111-14; distribution of justice, 116- Hinton Charterhouse, and poor law,
17; duty of defence, 117-20; security 304-5.
for education, 16+65; colonization, History, and education, 180-81.
188--99; suppression of nuisances, 200; Hobbes, T.: political rights, 92–93;
conduct and law, 246; and power- sovereignty, 378–80.
worship, 247-49; and nature of citi- | Honesty, growth of, 244.
Zens, 251-53, 253–55; and aggression, Hottentot customs, 391.
331; offices an inverted filter, 348; Houses: inspection, 313; origin, 357;
and individual effort, 357–59; and (see also Artisans? Dwellings).
rights, 388-90; conduct and custom, House of Commons, (see Parliament).
391-93 ; natural rights, 393-98; origin | Hudson, testimonials to, 58.
and limits of authority, 403–7, 407-11; Hungary, selfishness in, 95.
transitional stage of, 412; (see also Huxley, T. H., altruistic sentiments,
Sanitary Supervision, State).

420.
Gravity, physical and moral force, 116– Hydra, individuality, 257–58.
17.

Hlyndman, H. M.: on land, 319; “ Social-
Greatest Happiness : phrase, indefinite, ism and Slavery," 333.

7-10, 21; cannot be determined em-
pirically, 11-14; and moral sense, 17- IDEALS: importance of, 417–18.
19; not the immediate aim, 33–35; Ideas: right of property in, 68–72; and
conditions to, 33; freedom essential social activity, 357-58.
to, 36-45.

Ignorance: of enfranchised, 102–5; and
Great Political Superstition, The, 376- justice, 338.
411.

Impatience, of children and State-edu-
Greece: hero-worship absent, 242; gov- cationalists, 169-70.

crnment in, 254; status of citizens, Improvidence, and education, 176-78.
330.

Impulsiveness, and civilization, 151.
Green, J. R., on whig power, 283-84. Incomes, reduction by majorities, 93–94.
Grey, Lord, on dirty tenants, 323. Independence, declaration of American,
Greyhound, adaptation of, 29

194.
Grote, G.: on hero-worship, 242; Gre- | India: and colonization, 192, 196, 197,
cian government, 254.

199; and general morality, 266.
Ground, (see Earth).

Individualism, (see Government, State).
Growth : and education, 87-89; social, Individuality, and government, 251-53,
215-16.

253-55.
Guibert, Abbot, on French cities, 56. Individuation: life and morals, 255-60;
Guizot, M., on political machinery, and dependence, 260-61; social and
133.

individual, 272-73; and evolution,
Gymnasia, at Manchester, 307.

273.

Industrialism: and liberalism, 281-86,
Habeas Corpus Act: a whig principle, 300 ; freedom of, 395; and co-opera-
283,

tion, 401-5; present stage transition-
Ilabit: bias of, 80; and training, 86; (see al, 415–17; transition gradual, 414-15;
also Adaptation).

(see also Militancy).
Happiness: and sympathy, 50 ; political Industrial Dwellings, . (see Artisans'

rights, 92-93; and faculty, 125–26; (see Dwellings).
also Greatest Happiness).

Injustice, llobbes on, 378–79.
Harbours, State building of, 231.

Insane, anti-coercive treatment, 52,
Ilealth : State restrictions, 130–31; and 8+85.

medical men, 206 ; social and individ- | Insects: transformations, 88; vision of,
ual, 273; payment by results, 310; 268-69; segmentation, 209; locomo-
(see also Disease, Sanitary Supervi- tion, 269-70.
sion).

Inspection, failure of, 351-52.
Henry IV., and Cartouche, 241.

Instincts : and bodily welfare, 16-17; of
Henry VIII., trade restrictions, 128. personal rights, 47-49; acquisitive, 48-
Heredity: and adaptation, 356; and 49; and conduct, 333.
natural selection, 365.

Institutions: and national character,

114-16; conservative, 165-68; classi- | Language: specialization of, 121-22;
tication of, 287.

evolution, 358.
Insurance: marine, 232; compulsory, Laughter, and sympathy, 50.

295; and poor laws, 314; and legisla- | Law: moral and perfect man, 25-27, 45;
tion, 350.

all inen equal before, 46; opinions on,
Intellect: and affection, 15-17; and 54; corrupt administration of justice,
moral-sense, 22; apportionment of 109-10, 110-11; justice should be well
rights, 73; bias of habit, 80; and con- administered, 111-14; and national
duct, 174; and opinion, 248-49; and character, 114-16; and conduct, 215-
morals, 249-30; and individuation, 47; preceded by usage, 298; cost of

255-60; and classification, 286–87. suits, 336-37; laws repealed, 341; ef-
Interest, and morality, 263-66.

fect of bad, 341-42; study for making,
Intoxicants, restrictions upon, 289.

372-75; primitive codes, 392-94;
Invention, and property în ideas, 68-72. sumptuary, 395; improvements in,
Ireland : dishonesty in, 101; distress, 395–16; of uncivilized, 398-400; (see
129; evil effects of, 264.

also Acts of Parliament, Morals,

Usury):
JAMAICA: slavery, 240, 250.

Leeds industries, 402.
James I., trade restrictions, 128.

Legislators, The Sins of, 334–75.
Janson, F. H.: on repealed acts, 341; | Legislature, (see Acts of Parliament,
statistics of legislation, 350.

Law, Parliament).
Java customs, 391.

Letters, (see Postal Arrangements).
Jevons, W. S.; money, 228; on abstract Liberalism: intrinsic nature, 281-86 ;
rights, 387.

common to towns, 282; aim of, 283;
Journalism and socialism, 319-20.

reversal of policy, 288-89; past and
Jukes family, 365 n.

present, 296-99; and monarchy, 298;
Julian, Cardinal, on infidels, 56.

and voluntary co-operation, 299-300,
Jurisprudence, German, 387.

301; past and present function, 411;
Justice: needful to happiness, 33–35; (see also Industrialism).

and negative beneficence, 40; and Liberty, (see Freedom).
sympathy, 50, 51; and personal rights, Liberty and Property Defence League,
51-53; and debt, 53; opinions on, 54; 301.
corrupt administration, 109-10, 110-11; Libraries, and legislation, 292, 320.
should be well administered, 111-14; Licensing Acts, 162, 292, 293, 295, 310,
and State duty, 127; and poor laws, 313-14.
149; and currency, 222; primitive ad- Life: freedom requisite to normal, 45;
ministration, 336-37; continuance of and individuation, 255-60 ; social and
species, 359-62; Hobbes on, 378–79; individual, 268-73; 373-75, 397-400;
and laws, 396; national and interna- 405-7, 407-11; benefits to mature and
tional, 418.

immature, 359-63.

Lighthouses, State erection of, 231.
Kings: divine right of, 57, 376-77; and Lighting, by private enterprise, 218–20;

American declaration of independence, (see also Gas).
194; war and power of, 334; and lib- Literature, suppression of cheap, 167.
eralism, 410-11.

Liverpool artisans' dwellings, 306.
Kingsmill, Rev. J., on crime and educa- Load" line (see Merchant Shipping
tion, 172.

Acts).
Knowledge: and conduct, 174; required Locke, J.: man's equality, 46; rights of

for legislation, 354-59; (see also In- property, 62-63; on food, 67; study at
tellect).

Oxford, 168.

Logwood, trade restrictions, 128.
Labour: and rights of property, 62–64; | London: first water-works in, 217;

division of social, 121, 260, 268-73, idlers in, 302; (see also Acts of Parlia-
401-5; rights to, 144-46; and poor ment).
laws, 153–55; (see also Factory Acts, Louis XVI., maker of locks, 7.
Trade, Industrialism).

Love: and coercion, 75–77; and pity,
Ladies, (see Women).

302.
Lamb and wolf fable, 74.

Loyalty: and character, 242-45; and
Lancashire industries, 402.

authority, 245–46.
Lancet : and sanitary supervision, | Lunacy, anti-coercion, 52, 53–54.

202-3; on counter-practice, 204. Luther, M., treatment of peasants,
Land: nationalization, 319, 386; Hynd- 249.

man on, 319; socialism, 321-25; soci- Lyell, Sir C., naturalism and super-
ety analogy, 381-82.

naturalism, 377.

Lyttelton, Lord, address to W. E. Glad- ation, 401-5; present stage transition-
stone, 353.

al, 415-17; transition, gradual, 414-15;

(see also Industrialism, War).
MACAULAY, T. B., on education, 170. Milk, adulteration, 162.
Macintosh, Sir J., growth of constitu- Mill, J. S.: on money, 103; on govern-
tions, 115.

ment and education, 161; social statics
Maconochie, Capt. A., on crime, 244. and dynamics, 233.
M'Culloch, J. K., on colonies and trade, Mind : activity and greatest happiness,
193.

9; male and female ability, 73; (see
Madagascar, customs in, 391.

also Education, Intellect).
Madain, used by children, 82.

Mining: crime and education, 172;
Mails, (see Postal Arrangements).

English enterprise, 216–17; Factory
Maintenance, what is? 144.

Acts, 291.
Maintenon, Madame de, on etiquette, Minorities, (see Majorities).
262.

Mints, State and private, 225–26.
Majorities : on right of, 91, 381-87, Miracles, and colonization, 191.
406-7; omnipotent, 93-94.

Miser, instinct of, 19.
Malta, fortitication of, 192.

Misery: and sympathy, 50; and poor
Mammals, vision, 268–69.

laws, 146-49; of deserving and unde-
Man: knowledge of, and of society, 14; serving, 302–3; and struggle for exist-

morality treats of the straight, 25-27; ence, 305-69.
adaptation in, 29-30, 31, 56 ; society Mobcrly, Dr. G., on fagging, 250.
necdful to happiness of, 33–35; claim Model dwellings, (see Artisans' Dwel-
to freedom of action, 30-40, 56 ; self- lings).
control of, 86; lite and individuality, Monarchy: seltishness, 95; and democ-

253, 259-60 ; the perfect, 260, 261. racy, 248; opinions of, 282; and lib-
Manchester gyınnasia, 307.

eralism, 298; and republics, 312.
Manslaughter, by druggist's assistant, Money, (see Currency).
337-38.

Monopoly, property in ideas, 70.
Manufacture, and organization, 121. Monuments, and greatness, 58.
Marine insurance, and State aid, 232. Moorsom fuse, publication of, 350.
Marlborough, Duke of, allotments, Morals: doctrine of moral sense, 15-

23; intuitive moral sense, 17-19;
Marriage: effect of checking, in Bava- the term moral sense, 19-21; axioms,

ria, 11; love and coercion, 73–77; pros- 21-24; what is? 23-27; deals with
pect, 77-79; growth of democracy, 82; perfect man, 25-27, 45; freedom es-
free education and improvidence, 176- sential to happiness, 36-45; Adam
78; of dissenters, 284; social analogy, Smith's theory, 49; law of perfect
328; price of corn, 355.

man, 62, 77; law and national char-
Martineau, Harriet, crime and educa- acter, 114-16; physical and moral
tion, 171.

force, 116-17; conduet of perfoet men,
Mask, fear of, 354.

119; and currency, 221-24; and intel-
Mathematics: "geometric sense,” 22; lect, 249-51; and individuation, 255–

and moral analogy, 26; of Bushman, 60; conformity to law, 261–65; and
50; angle of man falling, 60; and re- trade, 265–67 ; objects of ethics, 405-7,
flective powers, 86.

408.
May, Sir Erskine, on corn laws, 336. Morley, S., and education, 179.
Mechanics : * mechanical sense," 23; Munich, illegitimacy in, 11.

property in ideas, 68-72; angle of man Muriler: punishment of, 394, 399; war
talling, 60; social analogy, 114.

and retaliation, 416-17.
Medicine: and sanitary supervision, Myriapoda : segmentation and locomo-

201, 202–3; (see also Disease, Health). tion, 269.
Members of Parliament, demeanour to,
354; (see also Parliament).

NAPOLEON I.: cost of ambition, 335.
Memory, and roto-learning, 182.

National education, (see Education).
Mendicancy protitable, 152.

Natural rights, (see Rights).
Merchant Seamen's Fund, mismanage- Natural Selection: and disease, 205–7;
ment of, 133.

and sympathy, 206-7; social, 238-41,
Merchant Shipping Acts, 293, 310-11. 365.
Merey, " quality of," 146.

Naturo: warfare of, 149; slow changes
Merits, test of relative, 58.

in, 169-70; interference with, 359.
Militancy: and toryism, 281–86, 300; Navigation : restrictions on, 290–91 ; (see

effect of, 284; and power of chiet, 334; also Marine Insurance, Merchant
subordination of, 391-95; and co-oper- Shipping Acts).

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