Lectures on the Relation between Law & Public Opinion in England: During the Nineteenth Century

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INDEX
Act of Settlement, 82
Acts: Roman Catholic Relief Act, 1829, 11 and note, 27, 29, 105, 203; Ecclesiastical Titles Act, 1851, 12 note; Factory, 28, 29note, 289; Municipal Reform Act, 1836, 30, 118, 186; Poor Law Amendment Act, 1834, 30; Municipal Corporations, 30, 283; Money-lenders Act, 1900, 33, 44, 45; Divorce Act of 1857, 43, 183, 189, 345, 384, 385; Married Women's Property, 1870- 1893, 43, 385-396; Garotters Act, 1863, 44; Reform Act of 1832, 19, 29, 31, 38, 42, 48, 52, 160, 176, 184-186; Employers' Liability, 1897- 1900, 68; Felony Act, 1836, 88; Evidence, 90notes, 205; Judicature, 91, 207, 367; Combination, 95-102, 190-200, 266-272; Six, of 1819, 95, 102-103; Health and Morals Act, 1802, 103, 108-110; Union with Ireland Act, 1800, 103; Marriage, 189, 203, 344-345; County Court Act, 1846, Sir Thomas Snagge on, 217note; Ten Hours Act, 231- 239; Railway Companies, 1856-1862, 245, 248; Common Law Procedure, 248, 367; Metropolitan Commons Act, 1866, 248; Landlord and Tenant ( Ireland) Act, 1870, 263; Land Law ( Ireland) Act, 1881, 263; Arbitration, 272-274; Elementary Education, 276-277; workmen's Compensation, 282 and note; Labouring Classes' Lodging Houses Act, 1851, 285, 290; Housing of the Working Classes, 1890-1900, 285, 290; Public Health, 290 and note; Allotments, 291; Outdoor Relief (Friendly Societies), 292-293; Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 1836 and 1840, 336-341; Nonconformists Chapels Act, 1844, 342note; Oaths Act, 1888, 342note; Burial Laws Amendment Act, 1880, 346; Tithe, 1836-1891, 350; Compulsory Church Rate Abolition Act, 1868, 350; Clerical Subscription Act, 1865, 353; Clerical Disabilities Act, 1870, 353, 354note; Irish Church Act, 1869, 354-355; Gaming Act, 1845, 367
Advantages, equalisation of, 274-287
Agnosticism, 437
Aliens Immigration Bill, 1904, 297
Althorp, Lord, 106note
Alton Locke, Charles Kingsley's, 243
American Declaration of Independence, 144, 308
Ancient Law, Maine's, quoted on Bentham, 167note; respect for Bentham traced in, 412
Animals, humanitarianism and laws for the prevention of cruelty to, 188
Apotheosis of instinct, 446-455
Arbitration Acts, modern, 272-274
Arnold, Dr., Miscellaneous Works quoted, 76, 215; Lectures on Modern History referred to, 78; and Church Establishment, 315, 319note, 323 and note, 405; Life quoted, 404note
Arnold, Matthew, 439
Articles, Thirty-nine, 353, 435
Association, right of, 95-102, 190-200, 266-272, Appendix, Note I., 465- 475
Austen, Miss, 114
Austin, John, 164; Mill's Autbiography quoted on, 462; attitude of, towards democracy, 252note; Jurisprudence referred to, 411 and note; writing in the Edinburgh Review, 442note, 444note
Bain's James Mill, 321
Bankruptcy law, Lord Bowen on the state of, in 1837, 122
Bannerman, Sir H. Campbell, 293note
Battel, appeal of murder and trial by, 93 and note
Beliefs, disintegration of, 436-446

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