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Adat, 86“8 canon law, 55“6
Alexandrowicz, Charles, 26“8 Capellen, Baron van der, 85
Althusius, Johannes, 31 Carr, E.H., 11
Alva, Duke of, 47 Cayton, Andrew, 75
Amsterdam Treaty, 142 Cheyney, Edward, 65
Andros, Governor, 67 Cohn, Bernard, 84
Angelino, A.D.A. de Kat, 87 colonialism, 25“6, 28“9, 61
Appleby, Joyce, 70 and political authority, 67“9
Arasaratnam, Sinnappah, 82 and reclamation, 63“5, 66
Arneil, Barbara, 102 and tenurial rights, 63“7, 80, 102“3
Ashton, S.R., 77n, 91 Coogan, John, 125
Austin, John, 107“8 common law, 62
communism, 121, 128
Bachman, Van Cleaf, 67 cultivation system, 85“6
Bailyn, Bernard, 106
Baker, Philip Noel, 99, 131 Davis, George, 107, 115
balance of power, 12, 17, 20“2, 25, 127 Day, Clive, 83, 84, 86
Baldwin, Michael, 75 Decentralization Law, 89
Baltimore, Lord, 65, 68 Dekker, C., 64
Bar, L. von, 105 Deudney, Daniel, 69
Bayly, C.A., 84 Dicey, A.V., 105, 115n
Beholavek, John, 116 Dickason, Olive, 4, 56
Belch, Stanislaus, 55 Dickinson, Edwin, 32
divisible sovereignty, see sovereignty
Bell, Clive, 127
Benton, Thomas Hart, 70, 72 Dix, John, 113
Dominium, 53“6
Bethel, Slingsby, 20
Bodin, Jean, 43“4, 105, 107“8 Donaldson, Thomas, 73, 74
Booth, Anne, 88 Donnelly, Jack, 125
Borschberg, Peter, 40, 45 Douglas, Stephen, 72
Bosch, Baron van den, 85 Dugard, John, 9
Braudel, Fernand, 112 Duggan, S.P., 124
Brownlie, 141 Dumont, Jean, 18, 30
Buckland, W.W., 52 Dunne, Timothy, 11
Dutch Republic, see United Provinces
Buckle, Stephen, 40
Bull, Hedley, 1, 3, 5, 6, 13, 14“15, 16, 24, Dutch Revolt, 45“8, 58
25, 27“8, 34“40, 97“8, 103, 126, 142
Burch, Kurt, 5 East Greenwich, 65
Burger, Thomas, 61 East India Company
Butter¬eld, Herbert, 3, 15 Dutch, 51, 79“82, 84
British, 90
Callahan, Michael, 130, 134 Elias, Norbert, 116
Campbell, John, 20, 116 Elson, R.E., 86

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Index 163

English school, 10“11, 14“15, 22“9, Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice Comte de,
70 19, 26
Etcheson, Nicole, 75 Heeren, A.H.L., 15, 17, 18, 21“2, 23,
ethical policy, 88“90 25“6, 70
European Union, 142 Heesterman, J.C., 87, 88
Everitt, Alan, 66 Held, David, 2
Henshall, Nicholas, 15
Fachiri, Alexander, 5, 105 Herman, Arthur, 116, 137
Falk, Richard, 142 Hershey, Amos, 31
Fasseur, Cornelis, 85, 86, 87, 88 Hibbard, Benjamin Horace, 70, 71, 72
Fleming, D.F., 129, 130 Hietala, Thomas, 113
Fox, Gregory, 143 Higgins, Rosalyn, 141
Franck, Thomas, 143 Hitler, Adolf, 123, 137
Franklin, Julian, 42, 105 Hobbes, Thomas, 29, 105, 107
Hoevell, W.R. van, 86
Gaekwar of Baroda, 92 Holy Roman Empire, 18“19, 21“2, 105
Gannoruwa, Battle of, 79 Homestead Act, 72
Gates, Paul Wallace, 72 Hostiensis, 55
Gelderen, Martin van, 46 Houben, V.J.H., 90
Gentz, Friedrich von, 19, 26 Hovden, Eivind, 2
German Confederation, 61, 107 human rights, 73, 74, 103, 122, 124“5,
Gibbs, G.C., 25 140, 142“3

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