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Additional Letters (Collected Works of John Stuart Mill - by John Stuart Mill

By John Stuart Mill

This quantity comprises approximately 375 letters from J.S. Mill. integrated during this record are Mill's letters to Henry Cole and Theodor Gomperz.

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_ You have not had any metaphysical articles yet--It will help to give that variety to the work which has been wanting hitherto--I have heard it suggested that you should have some philological articles--Perhaps James Gilchrist 6 (not Borthwick) would write one--I know of no one else who could do it. S. MILL John Bowring Esq. 1MS in the Cornell University Library. Dated in another hand. S. Mill, "The Game Laws," Westminster Review, V (Jan. 1826), 1-22; in CW, Vol. VI, pp. 99-120. 3Robett Mushet (1782-1828), a senior officer of the Royal Mint, was an original member of the Political Economy Club.

Again, we ask readers to share their knowledge, for the record, of other"in" letters that may have been overlooked. Appendix E contains an index of the recipients of the letters printed in this volume. Since Appendix F serves as an index to persons, writings, and statutes, 94Wehave not listed the purely formal addresses to Mill, from the employees of the East India Companyon his retirement,and from academicinstitutionsconferringhonours. Introduction xli references to them do not appear in the general Index, which has been prepared with the care and efficiency that is her hallmark by Dr.

I, pp. 291-325). 21William Maginn (1793-1842), "Letters to Timothy Tickler, Esq. (No. , on the last Westminster Review," Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, XVI (Aug. 1824), 222-6, attacking particularly William Ellis, "Charitable Institutions," Westminster Review, II (July 1824 ), 97-121. 1 seems, has been puffing himself again in the Quartedy--tho' I have not seen the article, it propounds what no other mortal would think of propounding, his Measure of Value. 22 Not more certainly is our friend Satan known by his cloven foot, than the Rev.

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