Cyclopædia of Political Science, Political Economy, and the Political History of the United States

Edited by: Lalor, John J.
(?-1899)
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Includes articles by Frédéric Bastiat, Gustave de Molinari, Henry George, J. B. Say, Francis A. Walker, and more.
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VOLUME I. Abdication - Duty
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VOLUME II. East India Company- Nullification
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VOLUME III. Oath - Zollverein
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Lists of Writers
VOLUME I. Abdication - Duty
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I.1 ABDICATION—MAURICE BLOCK
I.2 ABOLITION AND ABOLITIONISTS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEX. JOHNSTON
I.3 ABSENTEEISM—AMBROISE CLÉMENT
I.4 ABSOLUTE POWER—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
I.5 ABSOLUTISM—MAURICE BLOCK
I.6 ABSTENTION—MAURICE BLOCK
I.7 ABUSES IN POLITICS—BLOCK
I.8 ABYSSINIA—MAURICE BLOCK
I.9 ACADEMIES—XAVIER HEUSCHLING
I.10 ACADEMIES (IN AMERICA)—A. R. SPOFFORD
I.11 ACCLAMATION—M. B.
I.12 ACCUMULATION OF WEALTH—AMBROISE CLÉMENT
I.13 ACT—X.
I.14 ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS—A. J.
I.15 ADAMS, JOHN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.16 ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.17 ADAMS, SAMUEL—X
I.18 ADJOURNMENT. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.19 ADMINISTRATION. (See CIVIL ADMINISTRATION.)
I.20 ADMINISTRATIONS (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.21 AFRICA—JULES DUVAL
I.22 AGE, POLITICAL ASPECTS OF—MAURICE BLOCK
I.23 AGENT, DIPLOMATIC—JULES GRENIER and MAURICE BLOCK
I.24 AGENTS, NATURAL—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.25 AGIO—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.26 AGIOTAGE—HORACE SAY
I.27 AGRICULTURE—L. DE LAVERGNE
I.28 ALABAMA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.29 ALABAMA CLAIMS (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.30 ALASKA
I.31 ALBANY PLAN OF UNION (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.32 ALBANY REGENCY, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.33 ALCALDE—M. B.
I.34 ALCOHOL, TAX ON. (See DISTILLED SPIRITS.)
I.35 ALGERIA—CHARLES DU BOUZET
I.36 ALGERINE WAR (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.37 ALIEN AND SEDITION LAWS (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.38 ALIENS—MAX. EBERHARDT
I.39 ALLEGIANCE (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.40 ALLEGIANCE, OATH OF—MAURICE BLOCK
I.41 ALLIANCE—L. LEGAULT
I.42 ALLIANCE, THE HOLY—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
I.43 ALLOYAGE—CH. C.
I.44 ALMANACH DE GOTHA—M. BLOCK
I.45 ALSACE-LORRAINE—M. BLOCK
I.46 AMBASSADOR—M. BLOCK
I.47 AMBITION, POLITICAL—JULES SIMON
I.48 AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION (See CONSTITUTION.)
I.49 AMERICA—M. BLOCK
I.50 AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE—DAVID A. WELLS
I.51 AMERICAN PARTY, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.52 AMERICAN WHIGS (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—A. J.
I.53 AMES, FISHER—A. J.
I.54 AMISTAD CASE, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—A. J.
I.55 AMNESTY—A. HÉBRARD
I.56 AMNESTY (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.57 ANAM, EMPIRE OF. (See COCHIN CHINA.)
I.58 ANARCHY—L. FOUBERT
I.59 ANCIEN RÉGIME—MAURICE BLOCK
I.60 ANDORRA, REPUBLIC OF—MAURICE BLOCK
I.61 ANHALT—M. BLOCK
I.62 ANNEXATION (IN GENERAL)—M. BLOCK
I.63 ANNEXATIONS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.64 ANTI-FEDERAL PARTY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.65 ANTI-MASONRY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.66 ANTI-NEBRASKA MEN (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.67 ANTI-RENTERS, THE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
I.68 ANTI-SLAVERY. (See ABOLITION.)
I.69 APPORTIONMENT—TALCOTT WILLIAMS.
I.70 APPROPRIATION.—CHARLES COQUELIN.
I.71 APPROPRIATIONS (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.72 ARBITRAGE—CHARLES COQUELIN.
I.73 ARBITRARY ARRESTS. (See HABEAS CORPUS.)
I.74 ARBITRARY POWER—MAURICE BLOCK.
I.75 ARBITRATION. (See INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION.)
I.76 ARCHONS—M. BLOCK.
I.77 AREOPAGUS.—M. BLOCK.
I.78 ARGENTINE CONFEDERATION
I.79 ARISTOCRACY.—HENRI BAUDRILLART.
I.80 ARISTOCRATIC AND DEMOCRATIC IDEAS.—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI.
I.81 ARITHMETIC, POLITICAL—JOSEPH GARNIER.
I.82 ARIZONA—A. J.
I.83 ARKANSAS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
I.84 ARMISTICE—ROYER COLLARD.
I.85 ARMIES, STANDING—AMBROISE CLÉMENT
I.86 ARMY—DE LA BARRE DUPARCQ.
I.87 ARTHUR, CHESTER A.—A. J.
I.88 ARTISANS—CHARLES COQUELIN.
I.89 ARYAN RACES.—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
I.90 ASIA—MAURICE BLOCK.
I.91 ASSEMBLY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
I.92 ASSESSMENTS, POLITICAL—FREDERICK W. WHITRIDGE.
I.93 ASSIGNATS—CHARLES COQUELIN.
I.94 ASSOCIATION AND ASSOCIATIONS—AMBROISE CLÉMENT.
I.95 ASYLUM, RIGHT OF—ROYER COLLARD.
I.96 ATELIERS NATIONAUX—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.97 ATTAINDER, BILL OF. (See BILL OF RIGHTS.)
I.98 ATTORNEYS GENERAL (See ADMINISTRATION. [See JUSTICE—Econlib Ed.])
I.99 AUSTRALIA (See OCEANICA.)
I.100 AUSTRIA-HUNGARY—MAURICE BLOCK
I.101 AUTHORITY—JULES SIMON.
I.102 AUTHORS, RIGHTS OF—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
I.103 AUTOCRAT—M. B.
I.104 AUTONOMY.—MAURICE BLOCK
I.105 AYES AND NOES (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
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I.106 BADEN—DR. F. HARDECK
I.107 BALANCE OF POWER—EUGÈNE ORTOLAN
I.108 BALANCE OF TRADE—J. R. M'CULLOCH and HUGH G. REID
I.109 BALLOT—A. R. SPOFFORD
I.110 BANK CONTROVERSIES (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.111 BANKING (IN THE UNITED STATES)—JOHN JAY KNOX
I.112 BANK NOTES—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.113 BANKRUPTCY—JOHN LOWELL
I.114 BANKRUPTCY, NATIONAL—J. E. HORN
I.115 BANKS—J. E. HORN
I.116 BANKS, FUNCTIONS OF—EDWARD ATKINSON
I.117 BANKS OF ISSUE—E. J. JAMES
I.118 BANKS, ADVANTAGES OF SAVINGS—LOUIS LECLERC
I.119 BANKS, ECONOMY, HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT OF SAVINGS,—JOHN P. TOWNSEND, New York, 1881
I.120 BAR, THE—THOMAS M. COOLEY
I.121 BARNBURNERS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.122 BARRICADE—MAURICE BLOCK
I.123 BARTER. (See EXCHANGE.)
I.124 BASTILLE—MAURICE BLOCK
I.125 BAVARIA—DR. DE POEZL
I.126 BELGIUM—XAVIER HEUSCHLING
I.127 BELL, JOHN—A. J.
I.128 BELLIGERENTS—MACRICE BLOCK
I.129 BENTON, THOMAS HART—A. J.
I.130 BERLIN DECREE (See EMBARGO.)
I.131 BILL—JOHN W. CLAMPITT
I.132 BILL OF EXCHANGE—J. R. M'CULLOCH and HUGH G. REID
I.133 BILL OF RIGHTS—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
I.134 BILLON—MICHEL CHEVALIER
I.135 BILLS, PUBLIC, PRIVATE, ENROLLED, ETC. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.136 BI-METALLISM. (See PARIS MONETARY CONFERENCE.)
I.137 BIRNEY, JAMES G.—A. J.
I.138 BLACK COCKADE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.139 BLACK CODE. (See SLAVERY.)
I.140 BLACK REPUBLICAN. (See REPUBLICAN PARTY.)
I.141 BLAINE, JAMES GILLESPIE—A. J.
I.142 BLAIR, FRANCIS P. Jr—A. J.
I.143 BLOCKADE—THEODORE S. WOOLSEY
I.144 BLOODY BILL. (See FORCE BILL, UNDER NULLIFICATION.)
I.145 BLUE LAWS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.146 BLUE LIGHT (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.147 BOARD OF TRADE. (See CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [See also EXCHANGE—Econlib Ed.])
I.148 BOLIVIA—A. RABUTAUX
I.149 BOOTY—MAURICE BLOCK
I.150 BORDER RUFFIANS (IN U.S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.151 BORDER STATES, THE (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.152 BOURGEOISIE—JULES GRENIER
I.153 BOUTWELL, GEORGE SEWALL—A. J.
I.154 BRAHMANISM—BARTHÉLEMY SAINT-HILAIRE
I.155 BRAZIL—CHARLES REYBAUD
I.156 BRECKENRIDGE, JOHN CABELL—A. J.
I.157 BROAD SEAL WAR, THE (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.158 BROKERS—J. R. M'C.
I.159 BROOKS, PRESTON—A. J.
I.160 BROWN, JOHN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.161 BUCHANAN, JAMES—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.162 BUCKSHOT WAR, THE (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.163 BUCKTAILS, (IN U.S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.164 BUDDHISM—BARTHÉLEMY SAINT-HILAIRE
I.165 BUDGET—A. R. SPOFFORD
I.166 BULL, PAPAL—MAURICE BLOCK
I.167 BUNDESRATH—MAX EBERHARDT
I.168 BUREAUCRACY—K. BRATER
I.169 BURGESSES (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.170 BURLINGAME, ANSON—A. J.
I.171 BURR, AARON—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.172 BUTLER, BENJ. F.—A. J.
I.173 BUTLER, WILLIAM ORLANDO—A. J.
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CABINET AND CABINETS. (See ADMINISTRATIONS, GREAT BRITAIN, UNITED STATES.)
I.174 CACHET, LETTRES DE—H. G. BOHN
I.175 CÆSARISM—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
I.176 CALENDAR. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.177 CALHOUN, JOHN CALDWELL—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.178 CALIFORNIA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.179 CANADA. (See DOMINION OF CANADA.)
I.180 CANALS—J. R. M'C.
I.181 CANON LAW. (See LAW.)
I.182 CAPITAL—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.183 CAPITAL, THE NATIONAL (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.184 CAPITULATION—MAURICE BLOCK
I.185 CARICATURE—HECTOR PESSARD
I.186 CARPET BAGGERS—A. J.
I.187 CARTEL (See EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS.)
I.188 CASS, LEWIS—A. J.
I.189 CASUS BELLI—MAURICE BLOCK
I.190 CAUCUS, THE CONGRESSIONAL (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.191 CAUCUS SYSTEM—FREDERICK W. WHITRIDGE
I.192 CAUSE AND EFFECT IN POLITICS—M. B.
I.193 CELIBACY, CLERICAL—WEGELE
I.194 CELIBACY, POLITICAL ASPECTS OF—M. B.
I.195 CELTS. (See RACES.)
I.196 CENSURE. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.197 CENSURE OF MORALS.—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
I.198 CENSURES (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.199 CENSUS—MAURICE BLOCK
I.200 CENTRALIZATION and DECENTRALIZATION.—K. BRATER
I.201 CEREMONIAL, INTERNATIONAL—STRAUCH
I.202 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE—E. D.
I.203 CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES. (See AGENT, DIPLOMATIC.)
I.204 CHARITY, PRIVATE—AMBROISE CLÉMENT
I.205 CHARITY, PUBLIC (EFFECTS OF)—HENRI BAUDRILLART
I.206 CHARITY, STATE (POLITICAL ECONOMY OF)—A. E. CHERBULIEZ
I.207 CHASE, SALMON PORTLAND—A. J.
I.208 CHECKS AND BALANCES—CASIMER PÉRIER
I.209 CHEROKEE CASE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.210 CHESAPEAKE CASE. (See UNITED STATES.)
I.211 CHILI.—A. RABUTAUX
I.212 CHINA—W. E. GRIFFIS
I.213 CHINESE IMMIGRATION.—HENRY GEORGE
I.214 CHIVALRY.—A. RABUTAUX
I.215 CHRISTIANITY.—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
I.216 CHURCH AND STATE—MICHEL NICOLAS
I.217 CHURCH, ANGLICAN (See GREAT BRITAIN.)
I.218 CHURCH, CATHOLIC (See ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.)
I.219 CHURCH, GREEK—CHOPIN
I.220 CHURCHES AND RELIGIONS, POLITICO-ECONOMICAL ASPECTS OF—A. E. CHERBULIEZ
I.221 CHURCHES, PROTESTANT—MICHEL NICOLAS
I.222 CINCINNATI, ORDER OF THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.223 CIPHER DISPATCHES AND DECIPHERMENT—HENRI LEGEAY
I.224 CIRCULATION OF WEALTH.—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.225 CITIES, ADMINISTRATION OF AMERICAN—SIMON STERNE
I.226 CITIES AND TOWNS.—G. DE MOLANARI
I.227 CIVIL ADMINISTRATION—DORMAN B. EATON
I.228 CIVIL LIST.—XAVIER HEUSCHLING
I.229 CIVIL RIGHTS BILL, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.230 CIVIL SERVICE REFORM—DORMAN B. EATON
I.231 CIVILIZATION—G. DE MOLINARI
I.232 CLAY, HENRY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.233 CLEARING, AND CLEARING HOUSES—H. D. LLOYD
I.234 CLERICALISM—C. HUMANN
I.235 CLIENTÈLE AND CUSTOM—LÉON SAY.
I.236 CLIMATE, (EFFECTS OF, ON MAN)—HECTOR PESSARD
I.237 CLIMATE, POLITICO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF—H. PASSY
I.238 CLINTON, DE WITT—A. J.
I.239 CLINTON, GEORGE—A. J.
I.240 CL‘TURE (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.241 COASTING TRADE—J. R. M'C.
I.242 COCHIN CHINA—C. LAVOLLÉE
I.243 COINAGE—HORATIO BURCHARD
I.244 COLFAX, SCHUYLER—A. J.
I.245 COLONIZATION SOCIETY (See ABOLITION.)
I.246 COLORADO—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.247 COLOMBIA (See NEW GRANADA.)
I.248 COMMERCE.—HENRY RICHELOT
I.249 COMMERCIAL CRISES
I.250 COMMISSION, CONSTITUTIONAL.(See CONVENTION, CONSTITUTIONAL.)
I.251 COMMITTEES (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.252 COMMON LAW (See LAW.)
I.253 COMMONS, HOUSE OF. (See GREAT BRITAIN.)
I.254 COMMUNE, PARIS—C. LAVOLLÉE
I.255 COMMUNISM—HENRI BAUDRILLART
I.256 COMPETITION.—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.257 COMPROMISES (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.258 COMPULSORY CIRCULATION—CH C
I.259 COMPULSORY EDUCATION (See EDUCATION.)
I.260 CONCESSION—CH. C.
I.261 CONCLAVE.—MAURICE BLOCK
I.262 CONCLUSUM—M. B.
I.263 CONCORDAT—GASTON DE BOURGE
I.264 CONFEDERATE STATES, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.265 CONFEDERATION—E. CAUCHY
I.266 CONFEDERATION, ARTICLES OF (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.267 CONFEDERATION, GERMANIC. (See GERMAN EMPIRE
I.268 CONFERENCE—JULES GRENIER
I.269 CONFERENCE, CONVENTION OR CONGRESS, PEACE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.270 CONFIRMATION BY THE SENATE—DORMAN B. EATON
I.271 CONGREGATIONS—HECTOR PESSARD, MAURICE BLOCK
I.272 CONGRESS (IN INTERNATIONAL LAW)—JULES GRENIER
I.273 CONGRESS (U. S.)—A. R. SPOFFORD
I.274 CONGRESS, CONTINENTAL (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.275 CONGRESS, PEACE. (See CONFERENCE, PEACE.)
I.276 CONGRESS, POWERS OF (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.277 CONGRESS, SESSIONS OF (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.278 CONKLING, ROSCOE—A. J.
I.279 CONNECTICUT—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.280 CONQUEST—JULES GRENIER
I.281 CONSEILS DES PRUD'HOMMES—JOS. D. WEEKS
I.282 CONSERVATIVE—L. DE LAVERGNE
I.283 CONSERVATIVE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.284 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.285 CONSTITUTIONS, VARIATIONS IN STATE
I.286 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION (See CONVENTION, CONSTITUTIONAL.)
I.287 CONSTITUTIONAL UNION PARTY, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.288 CONSTRUCTION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.289 CONSULS—RITTIEZ
I.290 CONSUMPTION, TAXES ON ARTICLES OF—AMBROISE CLÉMENT
I.291 CONSUMPTION OF WEALTH—JOSEPH GARNIER
I.292 CONTEMPT. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.293 CONTESTED ELECTIONS (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.294 CONTINENTAL SYSTEM (See EMBARGO.)
I.295 CONTRABAND OF WAR—WERNER
I.296 CONTRACT, SOCIAL. (See SOCIAL CONTRACT.)
I.297 CONTRIBUTION OF WAR—JULES GRENIER
I.298 CONVENTION, THE HARTFORD (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.299 CONVENTION, JOINT. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
I.300 CONVENTION, PEACE. (See CONFERENCE, PEACE.)
I.301 CONVENTION, THE CONSTITUTIONAL—JOHN A. JAMESON
I.302 CONVENTION OF 1787 (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.303 COODIES, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.304 CO-OPERATION—MAURICE BLOCK
I.305 CO-OPERATION, U. S. (See SECESSION.)
I.306 COPPERHEAD (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.307 COPYRIGHT—H. D. MACLEOD
I.308 COREA [Modern spelling is Korea.—Econlib Ed.]—W. E. GRIFFIS.
I.309 CORN LAWS.—J. R. M'C. and H. G. R.
I.310 CORPORAL'S GUARD—A. J.
I.311 CORPORATIONS, LAW OF—THOMAS M. COOLEY
I.312 CORPORATIONS, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RELATIONS OF—EDWARD S. ISHAM.
I.313 CORRUPTION IN POLITICS—MAURICE BLOCK
I.314 CORTES—M. B.
I.315 COSMOPOLITANISM—M. B.
I.316 COST OF COLLECTION OF TAXES.—JOSEPH GARNIER
I.317 COST OF PRODUCTION.—T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE
I.318 COSTA RICA—M. B.
I.319 COUNCIL (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.320 COUNCILS—JULES PAUTET and C. HUMANN
I.321 COUNCILS OF WAR—J. H.
I.322 COUPS D'ETAT—JULES PAUTET
I.323 COURIERS—M. B.
I.324 COURT MARTIAL—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
I.325 COURTS, U. S. (See JUDICIARY. [See also JUDICIARY, ELECTIVE—Econlib Ed.])
I.326 COVODE INVESTIGATION—A. J.
I.327 CRAWFORD, Wm. HARRIS—A. J.
I.328 CREDENTIALS—M. B.
I.329 CREDIT—J. E. HORN
I.330 CREDIT, LETTER OF—BOHN
I.331 CRÉDIT FONCIER—H. D. MACLEOD
I.332 CRÉDIT MOBILIER—H. D. MACLEOD
I.333 CRÉDIT MOBILIER (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.334 CREOLE CASE, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.335 CRISES, COMMERCIAL. (See COMMERCIAL CRISES)
I.336 CRITTENDEN, JOHN JORDAN—A. J.
I.337 CRUSADES—HENRI THIERS
I.338 CUMBERLAND ROAD (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.339 CURRENCY. (See MONEY)
I.340 CUSHING, CALEB—A. J.
I.341 CUSTOMS DUTIES—E. J. JAMES
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I.342 DAKOTA—A. J.
I.343 DALLAS, GEORGE MIFFLIN—A. J.
I.344 DAVIS, HENRY WINTER—A. J.
I.345 DAVIS, JEFFERSON—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.346 DAYTON, WILLIAM LEWIS—A. J.
I.347 DEATH PENALTY, THE—FAUSTIN HÉLIE
I.348 DEBT, IMPRISONMENT FOR—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.349 DEBTS, NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL—ROBERT P. PORTER
I.350 DEBTS, POLITICAL ECONOMY OF NATIONAL—J. E. HORN
I.351 DECENTRALIZATION—MAURICE BLOCK
I.352 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.353 DECLARATION OF PARIS. (See ALABAMA CLAIMS.)
I.354 DECLARATION OF WAR—F. RITTIEZ
I.355 DECLINE, NATIONAL—MAURICE BLOCK
I.356 DEFINITIONS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY—T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE
I.357 DELAWARE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.358 DEMAGOGISM—CLÉMENT DUVERNOIS
I.359 DEMAND AND SUPPLY—JOSEPH GARNIER
I.360 DEMOCRACY—HENRY BAUDRILLART
I.361 DEMOCRACY, REPRESENTATIVE—BLUNTSCHLI
I.362 DEMOCRAT (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
I.363 DEMOCRATIC CLUBS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.364 DEMOCRATIC - REPUBLICAN PARTY, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.365 DENMARK—ROTHE
I.366 DEPOSITS, REMOVAL OF—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.367 DESCENT OF PROPERTY. (See INHERITANCE.)
I.368 DESPOTISM—EMILE CHÉDIEU
I.369 DICTATOR—CLÉMENT DUVERNOIS
I.370 DIETS AND DIETINES—HENRY LEGEAY
I.371 DIPLOMACY—MAURICE BLOCK
I.372 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS. (See AGENT, DIPLOMATIC.)
I.373 DISCOUNT—J. R. M'CULLOCH and H. G. REID
I.374 DISPUTED ELECTIONS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.375 DISTILLED SPIRITS, CONSIDERED IN REFERENCE TO TAXATION—EXPERIENCE OF THE UNITED STATES—DAVID A. WELLS
I.376 DISTRIBUTION LAWS (See INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.)
I.377 DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH—CHARLES COQUELIN
I.378 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, THE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.379 DIVIDE AND REIGN—MAURICE BLOCK
I.380 DIVINE RIGHT—M. B.
I.381 DIVISION OF LABOR—HORACE SAY
I.382 DIVORCE—HECTOR PESSARD
I.383 DOCTRINARIANS—MAURICE BLOCK
I.384 DOMINION OF CANADA—H. B. WITTON
I.385 DORR REBELLION—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.386 DOUGLAS, STEPHEN ARNOLD—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.387 DRAFTS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.388 DRAWBACK—J. R. M'C. and H. G. R.
I.389 DRED SCOTT CASE, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
I.390 DUELING—HECTOR PESSARD
I.391 DUTY, POLITICAL—JULES SIMON

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II.1 EAST INDIA COMPANY—J. R. M'CULLOCH AND HUGH G. REID
II.2 EAST INDIES—FREDERICK MARTIN
II.3 ECONOMY, POLITICAL (See POLITICAL ECONOMY.)
II.4 ECUADOR
II.5 EDUCATION AND THE STATE—EDWARD CARY
II.6 EDUCATION, BUREAU OF—A. R. SPOFFORD
II.7 EDUCATION, COMPULSORY—E. J. JAMES
II.8 EGYPT—JULES DUVAL, FREDERICK MARTIN
II.9 ELECTIONS, PRIMARY (See PRIMARY ELECTIONS.)
II.10 ELECTIVE JUDICIARY (See JUDICIARY, ELECTIVE.)
II.11 ELECTORAL COLLEGE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.12 ELECTORAL COMMISSION, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.13 ELECTORAL VOTES (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.14 ELECTORS AND THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.15 EMANCIPTION, POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS—CASIMIR FOURNIER, ATH. COQUEREL, JR, ETIENNE COQUEREL
II.16 EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.17 EMBARGO, ANGARIA, ARRÊT DE PRINCE—CH. VERGÉ
II.18 EMBARGO (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.19 EMIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION—E. J. JAMES
II.20 EMINENT DOMAIN—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
II.21 EMPEROR—JACQUES DE BOISJOLIN
II.22 ENCOURAGEMENT OF INDUSTRY BY THE STATE—BOUNTIES, ETC., GENERAL PRINCIPLES—CH. COQUELIN
II.23 ENEMY—EMILE JAY
II.24 ENGLAND. (See GREAT BRITAIN.)
II.25 ENGLISH Wm, H.,
II.26 ENTREPRENEUR—JOSEPH GARNIER
II.27 EQUITY—BOHN
II.28 ERA OF GOOD FEELING (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.29 ESSEX JUNTO, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.30 ESTATES, CASTES, CLASSES, ORDERS—B. CHAUVY
II.31 EUROPE—MAURICE BLOCK
II.32 EVERETT, EDWARD—A. J.
II.33 EXCHANGE, AN—HAYDN SMITH
II.34 EXCHANGE AND "FOREIGN EXCHANGES"—T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE
II.35 EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS—ROYER-COLLARD
II.36 EXCHANGE, RATE OF. (See BILL OF EXCHANGE.) [See also EXCHANGE AND "FOREIGN EXCHANGES" and EXCHANGE—Econlib Ed.]
II.37 EXCHANGE OF WEALTH—CH. COQUELIN
II.38 EXCISE—E. J. JAMES
II.39 EXCISE LAW (See WHISKY INSURRECTION.)
II.40 EXCOMMUNICATION—ET. COQUEREL
II.41 EXECUTIVE, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.42 EXEQUATUR—RITTIEZ
II.43 EXPORTS AND IMPORTS—JOSEPH GARNIER
II.44 EXPOSITIONS, INDUSTRIAL—J. A. BLANQUI
II.45 EX POST FACTO LAWS—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
II.46 EXPULSION. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
II.47 EXTERRITORIALITY—RITTIEZ
II.48 EXTRADITION—DAVID A. WELLS, AND WORTHINGTON C. FORD
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II.49 FACTION—ERNEST DRÉOLLE
II.50 FACTORY LAWS—E. J. JAMES
II.51 FAIR TRADE—DAVID A. WELLS
II.52 FAITS ACCOMPLIS—CHARLES DE RÉMUSAT
II.53 FAMILY—HENRI BAUDRILLART
II.54 FAREWELL ADDRESSES (IN U. S. HISTORY).—A. J.
II.55 FARMERS GENERAL—BOHN
II.56 FARMING, LARGE AND SMALL. (See AGRICULTURE.)
II.57 FASHIONS, POLITICAL ECONOMY OF—G DE MOLINARI
II.58 FATHERLAND—B. HAURÉAU
II.59 FAVORITISM—M. B.
II.60 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. (See CONGRESS [Powers of], EXECUTIVE.) [See also CONGRESS, Continental, CONGRESS, U.S., CONGRESS, Sessions of, CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES—Econlib Ed.]
II.61 FEDERALIST, THE—A. J.
II.62 FEDERAL PARTY, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.63 FENIANS—B
II.64 FEUDAL SYSTEM—BOHN
II.65 FICTIONS, IN LAW AND IN POLITICAL ECONOMY—T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE
II.66 FILIBUSTERS (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.67 FILIBUSTERING. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
II.68 FILLMORE, MILLARD—A. J.
II.69 FINANCE, AMERICAN—ALBERT S. BOLLES
II.70 FINANCE, SCIENCE OF—E. J. JAMES
II.71 FINE ARTS, THE—G. DE MOLINARI
II.72 FIRE INSURANCE. (See INSURANCE.)
II.73 FISHERIES—G. BROWN GOODE
II.74 FITZPATRICK, BENJAMIN
II.75 FLAG, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.76 FLORIDA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.77 FOOT'S RESOLUTION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.78 FORCE BILL. (See NULLIFICATION, RECONSTRUCTION, KU-KLUX KLAN.)
II.79 FORESTRY—FRANKLIN B. HOUGH.
II.80 FORMOSA—W. E. G.
II.81 FORTUNE BAY OUTRAGES. (See TREATIES, FISHERY.)
II.82 FORTUNES, PRIVATE—COURCELLE SENEUIL.
II.83 FOURIERISM—COURCELLE SENEUIL
II.84 FOURTH ESTATE—BLUNTSCHLI.
II.85 FRANCE—PAUL BOITEAU, B., MAURICE BLOCK.
II.86 FRANCHISE, ELECTIVE. (See SUFFRAGE.)
II.87 FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.88 FRANKLIN, STATE OF (See TENNESSEE)
II.89 FREEDMEN'S BUREAU, THE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.90 FREEDOM, AND RIGHTS OF FREEDOM—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI.
II.91 FREEDOM OF LABOR—JOSEPH GARNIER.
II.92 FREE-SOIL PARTY, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.93 FREE TRADE—DAVID A. WELLS.
II.94 FRELINGHUYSEN, THEODORE—A. J.
II.95 FRÉMONT, JOHN CHARLES—A. J.
II.96 FRONTIERS—G. CHAMPSEIX.
II.97 FRONTIERS, NATURAL—SAINT-MARC GIRARDIN
II.98 FUGITIVE SLAVE LAWS (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.99 FUNCTIONARIES—A. CLÉMENT.
II.100 FUND, FUNDING, REFUNDING.—HAYDN SMITH.
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II.101 GAG LAWS. (See PETITION.)
II.102 GALLATIN, ALBERT
II.103 GAMBETTISM—EDWARD CARY.
II.104 GARFIELD, JAMES ABRAM—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.105 GENET, CITIZEN (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.106 GENEVA ARBITRATION—J. C. BANCROFT DAVIS
II.107 GEORGIA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.108 GERMAN EMPIRE—MAX. EBERHARDT, CHICAGO, Ill.
II.109 GERRY, ELBRIDGE—A. J.
II.110 GERRYMANDER (IN U. S. HISTORY)
II.111 GIBRALTAR—L. GOTTARD
II.112 GOLD—HORATIO C. BURCHARD
II.113 GOVERNMENT—HIPPOLYTE PASSY
II.114 GOVERNMENT, PROVISIONAL—MAURICE BLOCK
II.115 GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION, POLITICAL ECONOMY OF—HENRY FAWCETT
II.116 GRACE OF GOD—ÉMILE CHÉDIEU
II.117 GRAHAM, WILLIAM ALEXANDER—A. J.
II.118 GRANGER, FRANCIS—A. J.
II.119 GRANGERS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.120 GRANT, ULYSSES S—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.121 GREAT BRITAIN—JOHN FISKE
II.122 GREECE—K. BAUMBACH
II.123 GREELEY, HORACE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.124 GREENBACK-LABOR, OR NATIONAL PARTY, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.125 GREENBACKS. (See UNITED STATES NOTES) [See also MONEY AND ITS SUBSTITUTES—Econlib Ed.]
II.126 GUARANTEE, INTERNATIONAL—F. A. HÉLIE, MAURICE BLOCK
II.127 GUATEMALA—A. D. H.
II.128 GUILDS—T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE
II.129 GUNBOAT SYSTEM, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
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II.130 HABEAS CORPUS—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
II.131 HABEAS CORPUS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.132 HALE, JOHN PARKER—A. J.
II.133 HALIFAX FISHERY COMMISSION (See TREATIES, FISHERY.)
II.134 HAMILTON, ALEXANDER—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.135 HAMLIN, HANNIBAL—A. J.
II.136 HANCOCK, WINFIELD SCOTT—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.137 HANSEATIC LEAGUE—J. R. M'CULLOCH AND H. G. REID
II.138 HARPER'S FERRY (See BROWN, JOHN.)
II.139 HARRISON, WILLIAM HENRY—A. J.
II.140 HARTFORD CONVENTION. (See CONVENTION, HARTFORD.)
II.141 HAWAII. (See SANDWICH ISLANDS)
II.142 HAYES, RUTHERFORD BIRCHARD—A. J.
II.143 HAYTI—G. CHAMPSEIX
II.144 HENDRICKS, THOMAS ANDERSON—A. J.
II.145 HENRY DOCUMENTS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.146 HESSE, GRAND DUCHY OF—M. B.
II.147 HISTORICAL SOCIETIES (See ACADEMIES.)
II.148 HISTORICAL SUMS, VALUATION OF—CH. COQUELIN
II.149 HISTORY—PAUL BOITEAU
II.150 HISTORY, ECONOMIC AND LEGAL, AND THE HISTORICAL METHOD OF INVESTIGATION—T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE
II.151 HOLLAND. (See NETHERLANDS, THE)
II.152 HOLY ALLIANCE. (See ALLIANCE, THE HOLY)
II.153 HOMESTEAD AND EXEMPTION LAWS—A. R. SPOFFORD.
II.154 HONDURAS—A. D. H.
II.155 HOSTAGE—M. B.
II.156 HOURS OF LABOR, REGULATIONS OF, BY THE STATE—HENRY FAWCETT
II.157 HOUSE OF COMMONS—JOHN FISKE.
II.158 HOUSE OF LORDS—JOHN FISKE.
II.159 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (IN U. S HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.160 HOUSTON, SAMUEL—A. J.
II.161 HUNGARY. (See AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.)
II.162 HUNKERS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
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II.163 IDAHO—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.164 ILLINOIS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.165 IMMATERIAL PRODUCTS—A. CLÉMENT.
II.166 IMMIGRATION. (See EMIGRATION.)
II.167 IMPEACHMENTS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.168 IMPRESSMENT. (See EMBARGO, IN U. S. HISTORY.)
II.169 IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. (See DEBT.)
II.170 INCOME TAX—WORTHINGTON C. FORD.
II.171 INDEMNITY IN CASE OF WAR—MAURICE BLOCK.
II.172 INDEPENDENCE—G. CHAMPSEIN.
II.173 INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. (See PRIMARY ELECTIONS.)
II.174 INDEPENDENT TREASURY (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.175 INDIA. (See EAST INDIES.)
II.176 INDIANA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.177 INDIAN TERRITORY, THE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.178 INDIVIDUAL AND THE RACE, THE—BLUNTSCHLI
II.179 INDIVIDUALITY—MAURICE BLOCK.
II.180 INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION—Jos. D. WEEKS.
II.181 INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITIONS. (See EXPOSITIONS, INDUSTRIAL.)
II.182 INDUSTRY—CH. COQUELIN.
II.183 INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURAL. (See AGRICULTURE.)
II.184 INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING—CH. COQUELIN.
II.185 INDUSTRY, PROGRESS OF.—A. CLÉMENT.
II.186 INGERSOLL, JARED—A. J.
II.187 INHERITANCE—CH. COQUELIN.
II.188 INSTRUCTIONS—FREDERICK W. WHITRIDGE.
II.189 INSURANCE—E. J. JAMES
II.190 INSURRECTION—ERNEST DRÉOLLE
II.191 INSURRECTION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.192 INTEREST—LÉON FAUCHER
II.193 INTEREST, AFTER THE HISTORICAL METHOD—T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE
II.194 INTERESTS, MORAL AND MATERIAL—MAURICE BLOCK
II.195 INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE—A. R. SPOFFORD
II.196 INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.197 INTERNAL REVENUE OF THE UNITED STATES—WORTHINGTON C. FORD
II.198 INTERNATIONAL, THE, or the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WORKINGMEN—G. DE MOLINARI
II.199 INTERNATIONAL LAW (See LAW, INTERNATIONAL)
II.200 INTERPELLATION—MAURICE BLOCK
II.201 INTERREGNUM—JACQUES DES BOISJOSLIN
II.202 INTERVENTION—FRANCIS EDWARD HERVÉ
II.203 INVASION—MAURICE BLOCK
II.204 INVENTIONS—JOSEPH GARNIER
II.205 IOWA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.206 IRELAND—A. M. SULLIVAN, M. P.
II.207 ITALY, KINGDOM OF—GASPAR FINALI., GEROLOMO BOCCARDO., GASPAR FINALI.
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II.208 JACKSON, ANDREW—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.209 JAPAN—W. E. GRIFFIS.
II.210 JAY, JOHN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.211 JAY'S TREATY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.212 JEFFERSON, THOMAS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.213 JOHNSON, ANDREW—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.214 JOHNSON, HERSCHEL V
II.215 JOHNSON, REVERDY
II.216 JOHNSON, RICHARD MENTOR
II.217 JOINT RULE (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
II.218 JOURNAL. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
II.219 JUDAISM. (See MOSAISM.)
II.220 JUDICIARY, ELECTIVE—DORMAN B. EATON.
II.221 JUDICIARY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.222 JULIAN, GEORGE W—A. J.
II.223 JURY, TRAIL BY—FREDERICK W. WHITRIDGE
II.224 JUSTICE—FÉRAUD-GIRAUD.
II.225 JUSTICE, DEPARTMENT OF—A. R. SPOFFORD.
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II.226 KANSAS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.227 KANSAS-NEBRASKA BILL (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.228 KENTUCKY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.229 KENTUCKY AND VIRGINIA RESOLUTIONS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.230 KITCHEN CABINET (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
II.231 KING—BOHN.
II.232 KING, RUFUS—FEDERAL PARTY, II.)
II.233 KING, WILLIAM RUFUS
II.234 KNIGHTS OF THE ORDER OF ST. CRISPIN—C. C.
II.235 KNOW-NOTHING PARTY. (See AMERICAN PARTY.)
[I. 308 KOREA. See COREA.—Econlib Ed.]
II.236 KU-KLUX KLAN (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
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II.237 LABOR—E. J. JAMES.
II.238 LABOR, THE RIGHT TO (IN FRENCH POLITICO-ECONOMIC HISTORY)—LÉON FAUCILER.
II.239 LAISSEZ FAIRE—LAISSEZ PASSER—JOSEPH GARNIER.
II.240 LAMAISM.—MICHEL NICOLAS.
II.241 LAND—COURCELLE-SENEUIL
II.242 LAND OFFICE (See PUBLIC LANDS, Office of.)
II.243 LANDS, PUBLIC. (See PUBLIC LANDS of the United States.)
II.244 LANE, JOSEPH
II.245 LA PLATA. (See ARGENTINE CONFEDERATION)
II.246 LAW, CANON—GASTON DE BOURGE
II.247 LAW, COMMON—J. W. CLAMPITT
II.248 LAW, CRIMINAL—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
II.249 LAW, INTERNATIONAL—K. BRATER
II.250 LAW, NATURAL (See FICTIONS)
II.251 LAW, PENAL—FAUSTIN HÉLIE
II.252 LAW, ROMAN—GASTON DE BOURGE
II.253 LAW, SPOLIATION BY—FREDERIC BASTIAT
II.254 LAW'S SYSTEM—COURCELLE-SENEUIL
II.255 LAWS, AGRARIAN—BOHN
II.256 LAWS SUMPTUARY—COURCELLE-SENEUIL
II.257 LEGAL TENDER. (See COMPULSORY CIRCULATION.)
II.258 LEGISLATION—SIMON STERNE
II.259 LEGISLATURE (See ASSEMBLY, CONGRESS, HOUSE OF COMMONS, HOUSE OF LORDS, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, LEGISLATION)
II.260 LETTERS PATENT. (See PATENTS.)
II.261 LIBERALISM—A. NEFFTZER
II.262 LIBERAL REPUBLICAN PARTY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.263 LIBERIA—JULES DUVAL
II.264 LIBERTY PARTY. (See ABOLITION.)
II.265 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—A. R. SPOFFORD
II.266 LICENSE AND LIBERTY—MAURICE BLOCK
II.267 LICENSE TAX—WORTHINGTON C. FORD
II.268 LIFE INSURANCE. (See INSURANCE.)
II.269 LINCOLN, ABRAHAM—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.270 LIST, AND HIS SYSTEM—JOSEPH GARNIER
II.271 LITERATURE—EMILE MONTÉGUT
II.272 LOBBY—A. R. SPOFFORD
II.273 LOCAL TAXATION (See TAXATION, NATIONAL AND LOCAL.) [See also REVENUE, Public and TAXATION, Principles of—Econlib Ed.]
II.274 LOCO FOCO (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.275 LOG ROLLING. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
II.276 LOOSE CONSTRUCTION. (See CONSTRUCTION.)
II.277 LOTTERY—C. LAVOLLÉE
II.278 LOUISIANA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.279 LÜBECK—L. SCHWARTZ
II.280 LUXEMBURG—M. B.
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II.281 MACE. (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
II.282 MACHIAVELISM—BARTHÉLEMY SAINT-HILAIRE
II.283 MACHINERY , IT'S SOCIAL AND ECONOMICAL EFFECTS—WILHELM ROSCHER
II.284 MADAGASCAR—JULES DUVAL
II.285 MADISON, JAMES—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.286 MAGNA CHARTA—JOHN W. CLAMPITT
II.287 MAINE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.288 MALTA, GOZO AND COMINO—L. GOTTARD
II.289 MALTHUS, THOMAS ROBERT—JOSEPH GARNIER
II.290 MALTHUSIANS. (See POPULATION.)
II.291 MANDARINS—J DE B.
II.292 MANGUM WILLIE PERSON
II.293 MANIFESTO—EUGENE PAIGNON
II.294 MANUFACTURES. (See INDUSTRY.)
II.295 MARKET. (See OUTLET.)
II.296 MARRIAGE—E. DE PARIEU
II.297 MARSHALL, JOHN—A. J.
II.298 MARYLAND—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.299 MASON AND DIXON'S LINE. (See MARYLAND.)
II.300 MASSACHUSETTS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.301 McCLELLAN, GEORGE BRINTON
II.302 McLEAN, JOHN
II.303 McLEOD CASE, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.304 MECKLENBURG—MAURICE BLOCK
II.305 MECKLENBURGH DECLARATION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.306 MEDIATION—EUGÈNE PAIGNON
II.307 MEDIATIZATION—M. B.
II.308 MEMORANDUM—EUGÈNE PAIGNON
II.309 MERCANTILE SYSTEM—JOSEPH GARNIER
II.310 MESSAGE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
II.311 MEXICO—MICHEL CHEVALIER
II.312 MICHIGAN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.313 MILAN DECREE. (See EMBARGO, IN U. S. HISTORY.)
II.314 MILITARY COMMISSIONS, AND THE TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS FOR THE MURDER OF ARAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
II.315 MINES
II.316 MINISTRY—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
II.317 MINNESOTA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.318 MINORITY REPRESENTATION. (See REPRESENTATION.)
II.319 MISSISSIPPI—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.320 MISSOURI—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.321 MODUS VIVENDI—MAURICE BLOCK
II.322 MOHAMMEDANISM—ERNEST RENAN
II.323 MONARCHY—HENRI BAUDRILLART
II.324 MONEY AND ITS SUBSTITUTES—HORACE WHITE
II.325 MONGOLS—W. E. G.
II.326 MONOPOLIES—SIMON STERNE
II.327 MONROE, JAMES—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.328 MONROE DOCTRINE—G. KOERNER
II.329 MONTANA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.330 MONTENEGRO—SMITH
II.331 MORAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE—J. B. SAY
II.332 MORALITY, AGREEMENT OF, WITH POLITICAL ECONOMY—ANDRÉ COCHUT
II.333 MORALITY, POLITICAL—CHARLES DE RÉMUSAT
II.334 MORMONS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.335 MOROCCO, EMPIRE OF—JULES DUVAL
II.336 MORTON, OLIVER PERRY—A. J.
II.337 MOSAISM—AD. FRANCK
II.338 MUNICIPAL BONDS—GEORGE WALTON GREEN
II.339 MUTSUHITO—W. E. G.
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II.340 NATION, DEFINITION OF—HÉLIE
II.341 NATION, WHAT IS A ?—ERNEST RENAN
II.342 NATION, THE (IN U.S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.343 NATIONAL BANKS. (See BANKING in the U.S., and BANK CONTROVERSIES)
II.344 NATIONAL CAPITAL. (See CAPITAL, NATIONAL.)
II.345 NATIONAL CEMETERIES—C. C.
II.346 NATIONAL DEBT. (See DEBTS.) [See also DEBTS, POLITICAL ECONOMY OF NATIONAL—Econlib Ed.]
II.347 NATIONAL PARTY. (See GREENBACK LABOR PARTY.)
II.348 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PARTY. (See WHIG PARTY.)
II.349 NATIONALITIES, PRINCIPLE OF—MAURICE BLOCK
II.350 NATIONALITY, LAW OF—EDMUND MUNROE SMITH
II.351 NATIONS, IN POLITICAL ECONOMY—G. DE MOLINARI
II.352 NATURALIZATION—GEORGE WALTON GREEN.
II.353 NATURE OF THINGS—J. B. SAY.
II.354 NAVIGATION ACT—CH. COQUELIN.
II.355 NAVIGATION LAWS—DAVID A. WELLS.
II.356 NAVY—WORTHINGTON C. FORD.
II.357 NAVY, DEPARTMENT OF THE—A. R. SPOFFORD
II.358 NEBRASKA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.359 NEGOTIATIONS—M. B.
II.360 NETHERLANDS, THE—M. M. DE. BAUMHAUER.
II.361 NEUTRALITY—E. CAUCHY.
II.362 NEVADA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.363 NEW ENGLAND UNION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.364 NEW GRANADA
II.365 NEW HAMPSHIRE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.366 NEW JERSEY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.367 NEW MEXICO—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
II.368 NEW YORK—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.369 NEW ZEALAND. (See OCEANICA.)
II.370 NICARAGUA.—LOUIS GOTTARD.
II.371 NIHILISM—ANATOLE LEROY BEAULIEU.
II.372 NOBILITY.—G. DE MOLINARI.
II.373 NOMINATING CONVENTIONS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.374 NON-INTERCOURSE. (See EMBARGO.)
II.375 NORTH CAROLINA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.376 NORTHWEST BOUNDARY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
II.377 NORWAY—MAURICE BLOCK.
II.378 NOTE DIPLOMATIC—EUGÈNE PAIGNON.
II.379 NULLIFICATION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.

VOLUME III. Oath - Zollverein
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III.1 OATH—BOHN
III.2 OATH OF ALLEGIANCE, THE (IN ENGLISH HISTORY).—FREDERICK POLLOCK
III.3 OCCUPATION—MAURICE BLOCK
III.4 OCEANICA—B.
III.5 OCHLOCRACY—JACQUES DE BOISJOSLIN
III.6 O'CONOR, CHARLES—A. J.
III.7 OFFICE-HOLDERS, DANGER OF AN ARISTOCRACY OF—E. L. GODKIN
III.8 OHIO—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.9 OLIGARCHY—JACQUES DE BOISJOSLIN
III.10 OLMSTEAD CASE (See PENNSYLVANIA.)
III.11 OMNIBUS BILL (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.12 OPINION, PUBLIC (See PUBLIC OPINION.)
III.13 OPPOSITION—EMILE CHÉDIEU
III.14 ORDER OF THE DAY (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.15 ORDERS IN COUNCIL (See EMBARGO, in U. S. History.)
III.16 ORDERS, RELIGIOUS (See CONGREGATIONS.)
III.17 ORDINANCE OF 1787 (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.18 OREGON—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.19 ORIENTAL QUESTION, THE—LEON DE ROSNY
III.20 OSTEND MANIFESTO (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.21 OUTLAWRY—GUSTAVE KOERNER
III.22 OUTLET—J. B. SAY
III.23 OVER-PRODUCTION—ARTHUR T. HADLEY
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III.24 PACIFIC RAILROAD (See INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, RAILROADS. [See also RAILWAYS, History and RAILWAYS, Legislation—Econlib Ed.])
PAPAL INFALLIBILITY (See ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.)
III.25 PAPER MONEY—L. WOLOWSKI
III.26 PARAGUAY (REPUBLIC OF)—CHAS. REYBAUD
III.27 PARASITES, SOCIAL—CH. RENOUARD
III.28 PARDON—EMILE CHÉDIEU
III.29 PARIS MONETARY CONFERENCE—HORACE WHITE
III.30 PARLEY—GASTON DE BOURGE
III.31 PARLIAMENT, THE BRITISH—A. R. SPOFFORD
III.32 PARLIAMENTARY LAW—A. R. SPOFFORD
III.33 PARTICIPATION IN PROFITS—WORTHINGTON C. FORD
III.34 PARTIES, POLITICAL—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
III.35 PARTY GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES—TALCOTT WILLIAMS
III.36 PARTY NAMES IN U. S. HISTORY (See AMERICAN PARTY, ANTI-FEDERAL PARTY, ANTI-MASONIC PARTY, CONSTITUTIONAL UNION PARTY, DEMOCRATIC-REPUBLICAN PARTY, FEDERAL PARTY, GREENBACK-LABOR PARTY LIBERAL-REPUBLICAN PARTY, REPUBLICAN PARTY, WHIG PARTY.)
III.37 PATENT OFFICE—A. R. SPOFFORD
III.38 PATENTS, AND THE PATENT SYSTEM—F. W. WHITRIDGE
III.39 PATRONAGE—DORMAN B. EATON
III.40 PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY (See GRANGERS.)
III.41 PAUPERISM—F. B. SANBORN
III.42 PEACE—EUGÈNE PAIGNON
III.43 PEACE CONGRESS. (See CONFERENCE, PEACE.)
III.44 PENDLETON, GEORGE H—A. J.
III.45 PENITENTIARY SYSTEMS. (See PRISONS AND PRISON DISCIPLINE.)
III.46 PENNSYLVANIA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.47 PENNY BANKS. (See BANKS, HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT OF SAVINGS.)
III.48 PENSIONS. (See UNITED STATES PENSION LAWS, AND THE PENSION LAWS OF OTHER COUNTRIES.)
III.49 PERSIA—F. M.
III.50 PERSONAL LIBERTY LAWS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.51 PERSONAL UNION—MAURICE BLOCK
III.52 PERU—LOUIS GOTTARD
III.53 PETITION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.54 PETITION, RIGHT OF—ERNEST HOWARD CROSBY
III.55 PHILOSOPHY OF LAW—FELIX DAHN
III.56 PHYSIOCRATES—JOSEPH GARNIER
III.57 PICKERING, TIMOTHY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.58 PIERCE, FRANKLIN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.59 PINCKNEY, CHARLES COTESWORTH—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.60 PINCKNEY, THOMAS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.61 PIRACY—F. A. HELIE
III.62 PLENTY AND DEARTH—FRÉDÉRIC BASTIAT
III.63 POLAND—MAURICE BLOCK
III.64 POLICE—EDGAR LOENING
III.65 POLICE POWER OF A STATE—JNO. W. CLAMPITT
III.66 POLITICAL ARITHMETIC (See ARITHMETIC, POLITICAL.)
III.67 POLITICAL ASSESSMENTS (See ASSESSMENTS, POLITICAL.)
III.68 POLITICAL ECONOMY—CH. COQUELIN
III.69 POLITICAL ECONOMY, HISTORY OF—E. J. JAMES
III.70 POLITICAL SCIENCE—PAUL JANET
III.71 POLITICS, NATURE AND CHARACTER OF—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
III.72 POLK, JAMES KNOX—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.73 POLL TAX—WORTHINGTON C. FORD
III.74 POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.75 POPULATION—JOSEPH GARNIER
III.76 PORTUGAL—J. DE BOISJOSLIN
III.77 POSTOFFICE—ARTHUR T. HADLEY
III.78 POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT—A. R. SPOFFORD
III.79 POSTOFFICE SAVINGS BANKS (See BANKS, HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT OF SAVINGS.)
III.80 POWERS OF CONGRESS (See CONGRESS, POWERS OF.)
III.81 PRESIDENT (See EXECUTIVE.)
III.82 PRESIDENT PRO TEM (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.83 PRESS, THE NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL—S. N. D. NORTH
III.84 PREVIOUS QUESTION (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.85 PRICES—WORTHINGTON C. FORD
III.86 PRIMARY ELECTIONS—DORMAN B. EATON
III.87 PRIORITY OF DEBTS DUE TO THE UNITED STATES AND TO THE STATES—ERNEST HOWARD CROSBY
III.88 PRISONERS OF WAR—PAIGNON
III.89 PRISONS AND PRISON DISCIPLINE—FRED. H. WINES
III.90 PRIVATE BILLS (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.91 PRIVATE CALENDAR (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.92 PRIVATEERING—JAMES FAIRBANKS COLBY
III.93 PRIVILEGE (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.94 PRIZES, MARITIME—JAMES FAIRBANKS COLBY
III.95 PRODUCTION OF WEALTH—CH. DUNOYER
III.96 PRODUCTS ON PAPER—T. T. BRYCE
III.97 PROFITS—ARTHUR T. HADLEY
III.98 PROHIBITION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.99 PROMOTION—DORMAN B. EATON
III.100 PROPERTY—L. FAUCHER
III.101 PROPERTY, LANDED (See RENT.)
III.102 PROPERTY, LITERARY—GEO. HAVEN PUTNAM
III.103 PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION—ALFRED BISHOP MASON
III.104 PROTECTION—G. DE MOLINARI
III.105 PROTECTION IN THE UNITED STATES—DAVID H. MASON
III.106 PROTESTANTISM (See CHURCHES, PROTESTANT.)
III.107 PRUSSIA—MAURICE BLOCK AND DE STE
III.108 PUBLIC DEBTS (See DEBTS, NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL.)
III.109 PUBLIC LANDS OF THE UNITED STATES—WORTHINGTON C. FORD
III.110 PUBLIC LANDS, OFFICE OF—A. R. SPOFFORD
III.111 PUBLIC OPINION—BLUNTSCHLI
III.112 PUBLIC POLICY—ERNEST HOWARD CROSBY
III.113 PUBLIC REVENUE (See REVENUE, PUBLIC.)
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III.114 QUARANTINE—JOHN B. HAMILTON
III.115 QUIDS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
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III.116 RACES OF MANKIND—ÉMILE MONTÉGUT
III.117 RADICALISM—MAURICE BLOCK
III.118 RAILWAYS, History and Political Economy of—SIMON STERNE
III.119 RAILWAYS, Legislation Concerning, and Management of, in the United States—SIMON STERNE
III.120 RAILWAY CLEARING HOUSE (See CLEARING, AND CLEARING HOUSES.)
III.121 RANDOLPH, JOHN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.122 REBELLION—F. A. HÉLIE.
III.123 REBELLION, The (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.124 RECIPROCITY—ARTHUR T. HADLEY.
III.125 RECOGNITION—MAURICE BLOCK.
III.126 RECONSTRUCTION (IN U. S. HISTORY),—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.127 REFUGE, RIGHT OF (See ASYLUM.)
III.128 REFUNDING OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES—WORTHINGTON C. FORD.
III.129 REICHSRATH
III.130 REICHSTAG—BLOCK.
III.131 REMOVAL OF DEPOSITS (See DEPOSITS, REMOVAL OF.)
III.132 REMOVALS FROM OFFICE—DORMAN B. EATON.
III.133 RENT—H. PASSY., E. J. L.
III.134 REPRESENTATION—SIMON STERNE.
III.135 REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY (See DEMOCRACY, REPRESENTATIVE.)
III.136 REPUBLIC—HENRI BAUDRILLART.
III.137 REPUBLICAN PARTY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.138 REPUDIATION—GEORGE WALTON GREEN.
III.139 RESIGNATION—JNO. W. CLAMPITT.
III.140 RESTRICTIVE SYSTEM (See EMBARGO, in U. S. History.)
III.141 RETURNING BOARDS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.142 REVENUE, PUBLIC—FRANCIS A. WALKER.
III.143 REVOLUTION—CHARLES DE RÉMUSAT.
III.144 REVOLUTION, The (IN U. S. HISTORY),—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.145 RHODE ISLAND—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.146 RICARDO DAVID—JOSEPH GARNIER.
III.147 RIDERS (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.148 RIGHT OF INHERITANCE (See INHERITANCE.)
III.149 RIGHT OF PETITION (See PETITION, RIGHT OF.)
III.150 RIU KIU—WM. ELLIOT GRIFFIS.
III.151 RIVER AND HARBOR BILLS (See INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.)
III.152 ROADS (See TRANSPORTATION, MEANS OF.)
III.153 ROADS AND CANALS (See INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.)
III.154 ROHMER'S DOCTRINE OF PARTIES (See PARTIES, POLITICAL.)
III.155 ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH—SCHULTE.
III.156 ROTATION IN OFFICE (See CIVIL SERVICE REFORM.)
III.157 RULES (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.158 RUSH, RICHARD—A. J.
III.159 RUSSIA—L. SMITH
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III.160 SAINT SIMONISM (See SOCIALISM.)
III.161 SALARY GRAB (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.162 SAN DOMINGO—F. M., A. J.
III.163 SANDWICH ISLANDS—LOUIS GOTTARD
III.164 SANITARY SYSTEM—M. BORCHARD, D. M. P.
III.165 SAVINGS—LOUIS LECLERC
III.166 SAVINGS BANKS (See BANKS, HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT OF SAVINGS.)
III.167 SAXONY—WILLIAM ROSCHER
III.168 SCHOOLS (See EDUCATION AND THE STATE)
III.169 SCHURZ, CARL—A. J.
III.170 SCIENCE, SOCIAL (See SOCIAL SCIENCE.)
III.171 SCOTLAND—JOHN JOHNSTON
III.172 SCOTT, WINFIELD—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.173 SCRATCHING—R. R. BOWKER
III.174 SEARCH, RIGHT OF—MAURICE BLOCK
III.175 SECESSION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.176 SEDITION LAWS (See ALIEN AND SEDITION LAWS.)
III.177 SEMINOLE WAR (See SLAVERY,II.)
III.178 SENATE (IN U. S. HISTORY.)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.179 SERGEANT-AT-ARMS See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.180 SERGEANT, JOHN—A. J.
III.181 SERVIA, PRINCIPALITY OF—A. UBICINI
III.182 SESSIONS OF CONGRESS (See CONGRESS, SESSIONS OF.)
III.183 SEWARD, WILLIAM H—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.184 SEYMOUR, HORATIO—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.185 SHAY'S REBELLION (See CONFEDERATION, ARTICLES OF.)
III.186 SHERMAN, JOHN—A. J.
III.187 SHIMONOSÉKI INDEMNITY—W. E. G.
III.188 SHINTO—WM. ELLIOT GRIFFIS
III.189 SIAM—WM. ELLIOT GRIFFIS
III.190 SILVER—HORATIO C. BURCHARD
III.191 SILVER BILL (See HAYES, R. B.)
III.192 SINKING FUND—WORTHINGTON C. FORD
III.193 SINTOOISM (See SHINTO.)
III.194 SLAVERY—AUGUSTIN COCHIN
III.195 SLAVERY (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.196 SMITH, ADAM—M. MONJEAN
III.197 SMUGGLING—J. R. M'CULLOCH
III.198 SOCIALISM AND SOCIALISTS—LOUIS REYBAUD
III.199 SOCIAL CONTRACT—EUGÈNE PAIGNON
III.200 SOCIAL SCIENCE—MAURICE BLOCK
III.201 SOCIETY—HENRI BAUDRILLART
III.202 SOUTH CAROLINA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.203 SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY (See CONFEDERATE STATES.)
III.204 SOVEREIGNTY—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
III.205 SOVEREIGNTY (IN U. S. HISTORY). (See POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY.)
III.206 SPAIN—X. Y., F. H., M. B., F. M., FAUSTINO HERNANDO, COUNT DE RIPALDA, MANUEL COLMEIRO, RUIZ GOMEZ, F.M., F. M.
III.207 SPEAKER (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.208 SPEAKERS (See CONGRESS, SESSIONS OF.)
III.209 SPECULATION—ARTHUR T. HADLEY
III.210 SPOILS SYSTEM, THE—DORMAN B. EATON.
III.211 SQUATTER SOVEREIGNTY (See POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY)
III.212 STAMP ACT CONGRESS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.213 STANDING ARMIES (See ARMIES.)
III.214 STANDING ORDERS (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.215 STANTON, EDWIN M—A. J.
III.216 STATE, DEPARTMENT OF—A. R. SPOFFORD.
III.217 STATE RIGHTS (See STATE SOVEREIGNTY,II.)
III.218 STATE SOVEREIGNTY (IN U. S. HISTORY)—A. J.
III.219 STATE, THE—B
III.220 STATES, CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL DIVERSITIES IN—A. R. SPOFFORD.
III.221 STATISTICS—MAURICE BLOCK.
III.222 STEPHENS, ALEXANDER H—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.223 STEVENS, THADDEUS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.224 STOCK EXCHANGE CLEARING HOUSE (See CLEARING, AND CLEARING HOUSES.)
III.225 STOCK JOBBING (See AGIOTAGE.)
III.226 STORY, JOSEPH—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.227 STRICT CONSTRUCTION (See CONSTRUCTION.)
III.228 STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS—JOS. D. WEEKS
III.229 SUBSIDIES—ARTHUR T. HADLEY.
III.230 SUB-TREASURY (See INDEPENDENT TREASURY.)
III.231 SUFFRAGE—JAMES FAIRBANKS COLBY
III.232 SUMNER, CHARLES—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.233 SUMPTUARY LAWS (See LAWS, SUMPTUARY.)
III.234 SUPPLY (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.235 SUPREME COURT (See JUDICIARY. [See also JUDICIARY, ELECTIVE—Econlib Ed.])
III.236 SWEDEN—A. GEOFFROY, B. AND T.
III.237 SWITZERLAND—STOESSEL, F. M.
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III.238 TABLE (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.239 TAMMANY HALL (IN U. S. HISTORY)—TALCOTT WILLIAMS.
III.240 TANEY, ROGER BROOKE—A. J.
III.241 TARIFFS OF THE UNITED STATES—WORTHINGTON C. FORD.
III.242 TARTAR, TARTARY—WM. ELLIOT GRIFFIS.
III.243 TA-TSING—WM. ELLIOT GRIFFIS.
III.244 TAUISM—WM. ELLIOTT GRIFFIS.
III.245 TAXATION, PRINCIPLES OF—DAVID A. WELLS.
III.246 TAXATION, NATIONAL AND LOCAL (See REVENUE, PUBLIC; TAXATION.)
III.247 TAYLOR, ZACHARY—A. J.
III.248 TELEGRAPH—EDMOND BOUQUET.
III.249 TELLERS (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.250 TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES (See PROHIBITION, POLICE.)
III.251 TEN-HOUR LAW—C. C.
III.252 TENNESSEE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.253 TERM AND TENURE OF OFFICE—DORMAN B. EATON
III.254 TERRITORIAL WATERS—JAMES FAIRBANKS COLBY.
III.255 TERRITORIES (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.256 TEXAS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.257 THIRD ESTATE—GUIZOT.
III.258 TIE (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.259 TILDEN, SAMUEL JONES—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.260 TIMES-SPIRIT, THE (See ZEITGEIST.)
III.261 TOMPKINS, DANIEL D—A. J.
III.262 TON-KIN. (See TONQUIN.)
III.263 TONQUIN—WM. ELLIOT GRIFFIS.
III.264 TRANSPORTATION, MEANS OF—ARTHUR T. HADLEY.
III.265 TREASON (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.266 TREASURY DEPARTMENT—A. R. SPOFFORD.
III.267 TREATIES—EUSTACE CONWAY.
III.268 TREATIES, FISHERY.—G. BROWN GOODE.
III.269 TREATIES OF THE UNITED STATES—J. C. BANCROFT DAVIS.
III.270 TRENT AFFAIR, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.271 TUNGUSIC RACES (See TARTAR.)
III.272 TURKEY—TALCOTT WILLIAMS.
III.273 TYLER, JOHN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
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III.274 UNION, THE (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
III.275 UNION PARTY (See REPUBLICAN PARTY.)
III.276 UNITED STATES NOTES—JOHN JAY KNOX
III.277 UNITED STATES NOTES. LEGAL-TENDER CASES—DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES—JOHN JAY KNOX
III.278 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, THE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.279 UNITED STATES OF COLOMBIA (See NEW GRENADA.)
III.280 UNITED STATES PENSION LAWS AND THE PENSION LAWS OF OTHER COUNTRIES—DAVID A. WELLS, and EUSTACE CONWAY
III.281 UNITED STATES SURPLUS MONEY, DISTRIBUTION OF, AMONG THE STATES—JOHN JAY KNOX
III.282 UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE (See SUFFRAGE.)
III.283 UNIVERSITIES—D. C. GILMAN
III.284 USURY—MAURICE BLOCK
III.285 UTAH—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.286 UTILITY—HIPPOLYTE PASSY
III.287 UTOPIA—ADOLPH FRANCK
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III.288 VALUE—HIPPOLYTE PASSY
III.289 VAN BUREN, MARTIN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.290 VERMONT—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.291 VETO (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.292 VICE-PRESIDENT (See EXECUTIVE, V.; ELECTORS, SENATE; ADMINISTRATIONS.)
III.293 VIRGINIA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.294 VIRGINIA RESOLUTIONS (See KENTUCKY AND VIRGINIA RESOLUTIONS.)
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III.295 WAGE FUND, THE—FRANCIS A. WALKER
III.296 WAGES—FRANCIS A. WALKER
III.297 "WALTHAM SYSTEM,"—C. C.
III.298 WANTS—A. CLÉMENT
III.299 WAR (See DECLARATION OF WAR, BELLIGERENTS, EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS.)
III.300 WAR, THE CIVIL (See REBELLION, THE, in U. S. History.)
III.301 WAR DEPARTMENT—A. R. SPOFFORD
III.302 WARS (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.303 WASHINGTON CITY (See CAPITAL, NATIONAL.)
III.304 WASHINGTON, GEORGE—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.305 WASHINGTON TERRITORY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.306 WAYS AND MEANS (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.307 WEALTH—A. CLÉMENT
III.308 WEBSTER, DANIEL—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.309 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES—ARTHUR T. HADLEY
III.310 WEST VIRGINIA—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.311 WHEELER, WILLIAM A—A. J.
III.312 WHIG PARTY (IN U. S. HISTORY).—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.313 WHISKY INSURRECTION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.314 WHISKY RING—C. & J.
III.315 WHITE, HUGH LAWSON—A. J.
III.316 WHITE LEAGUE (See KU-KLUX KLAN.)
III.317 WILMOT PROVISO (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.318 WILSON, HENRY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.319 WIRT, WILLIAM—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.320 WISCONSIN—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.321 WOMAN SUFFRAGE (See SUFFRAGE.)
III.322 WRIGHT, SILAS—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.323 WYOMING—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.324 WYOMING TERRITORY—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
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III.325 X Y Z MISSION (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEXANDER JOHNSTON
III.326 YAZOO FRAUDS (IN U. S. HISTORY)—ALEX. JOHNSTON
III.327 YEAS AND NAYS (See PARLIAMENTARY LAW.)
III.328 ZEITGEIST—J. C. BLUNTSCHLI
III.329 ZOLLVEREIN—M.
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