Index:Time and Tide by Weare and Tyne.djvu

Time and Tide by Weare and Tyne.djvu

 

CONTENTS.


  1. PAGE
  2. Preface
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    ix
  3. LETTER
  4. I.
    Co-operation
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    1
  5. The two kinds of Co-operation.—In its highest sense it is not yet thought of.
  6. II.
    Contentment
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    7
  7. Co-operation, as hitherto understood, is perhaps not expedient.
  8. III.
    Legislation
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    14
  9. Of True Legislation. That every Man may be a Law to himself.
  10. IV.
    Expenditure
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    22
  11. The Expenses for Art and for War.
  12. V.
    Entertainment
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    26
  13. The Corruption of Modern Pleasure.—(Covent Garden Pantomime.)
  14. VI.
    Dexterity
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    35
  15. The Corruption of Modern Pleasure.—(The Japanese Jugglers.)
  16. VII.
    Festivity
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    39
  17. Of the various Expressions of National Festivity.
  18. VIII.
    Things Written
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    44
  19. The Four possible Theories respecting the Authority of the Bible.
  20. IX.
    Thanksgiving
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    53
  21. The Use of Music and Dancing under the Jewish Theocracy, compared with their Use by the Modern French.
  22. X.
    Wheat-Sifting
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    64
  23. The Meaning, and Actual Operation, of Satanic or Demoniacal Influence.
  24. XI.
    The Golden Bough
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    76
  25. The Satanic Power is mainly Twofold: the Power of causing Falsehood and the Power of causing Pain. The Resistance is by Law of Honour and Law of Delight.
  26. XII.
    Dictatorship
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    81
  27. The Necessity of Imperative Law to the Prosperity of States.
  28. XIII.
    Episcopacy and Dukedom
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    90
  29. The Proper Offices of the Bishop and Duke; or, "Overseer" and "Leader."
  30. XIV.
    Trade-Warrant
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    101
  31. The First Group of Essential Laws.—Against Theft by False Work, and by Bankruptcy.—Necessary Publicity of Accounts.
  32. XV
    Per-Centage
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    108
  33. The Nature of Theft by Unjust Profits.—Crime can finally be arrested only by Education.
  34. XVI.
    Education
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    117
  35. Of Public Education irrespective of Class- distinction. It consists essentially in giving Habits of Mercy, and Habits of Truth. (Gentleness and Justice.)
  36. XVII.
    Difficulties
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    131
  37. The Relations of Education to Position in Life.
  38. XVIII.
    Humility
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    137
  39. The harmful Eftects of Servile Employments. The possible Practice and Exhibition of sincere Humility by Religious Persons.
  40. XIX.
    Broken Reeds
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    146
  41. The General Pressure of Excessive and Improper Work, in English Life.
  42. XX.
    Rose-Gardens
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    157
  43. Of Improvidence in Marriage in the Middle Classes; and of the advisable Restrictions of it.
  44. XXI.
    Gentillesse
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    167
  45. Of the Dignity of the Four Fine Arts ; and of the Proper System of Retail Trade.
  46. XXII.
    The Master
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    176
  47. Of the normal Position and Duties of the Upper Classes. General Statement of the Land Question.
  48. XXIII.
    Landmarks
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    187
  49. Of the Just Tenure of Lands; and the Proper Functions of high Public Officers.
  50. XXIV.
    The Rod and Honeycomb
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    203
  51. The Office of the Soldier.
  52. XXV.
    Hyssop
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    218
  53. Of inevitable Distinction of Rank, and necessary Submission to Authority. The Meaning of Pure-Heartedness. Conclusion.
 

APPENDICES.


  1. APPENDIXPAGE
  2. I.
    Expenditure on Science and Art
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    235
  3. II.
    Legislation of Frederick the Great
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    237
  4. III.
    Effect of Modern Entertainments on the Mind of Youth
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    242
  5. IV.
    Drunkenness as the Cause of Crime
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    243
  6. V.
    Abuse of Food
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    246
  7. VI.
    Regulations of Trade
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    248
  8. VII.
    Letter to the Editor of the Pall Mall Gazette
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    251