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That it is an irregular System of Soveraign States. 176 chap. vii. Of the Strength and Diseases of the German Empire. 179 1. The Subjects of Humane Force, Men and Things. Husbandmen most wanted. A vast Army may be easily levied in the Empire. An
The Protestant Princes are well able to justifie what they have done with relation to the Revenues of the Church. The Conclusion. 244 u chapter i u Of the Origine of the German Empire. 1. GERMANY [Germania magna ] of old was bounded |[to the East by the Danube, to the West by the Rhine ]|, a towards Poland 1 it had then the same bounds it has now, and all the other parts were washed by the Ocean; so that then under this Name, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden were included, with all the Countries to the Botner Sea;2 which three Kingdoms [partes ] were by most of the ancient Writers call’d by the name of Scandinavia.
131 13. The Legislative Power not in the Emperor: The Canon Law first introduced:
The Present State of Germany (Natural Law and Enlightenment Classics) by Samuel Pufendor