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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Mill, John Stuart
 
(b. London, May 20th, 1806, d. Avignon, May 8th, 1873). “System of Logic” (1843); “Essays on Some Unsettled Questions in Political Economy” (1844); “Principles of Political Economy” (1848); “An Essay on Liberty” (1858); “Dissertations and Discussions” (1859–67); “Thoughts on Parliamentary Reform” (1859); “Considerations on Representative Government,” “Utilitarianism” (1862); “Auguste Comte and Positivism” (1865); “An Examination of Sir William Hamilton’s Philosophy” (1865); “The Subjection of Women” (1867); “Address to the Students of St. Andrews” (1867); “England and Ireland” (1868); “The Irish Land Question” (1870); and “Nature, and other Essays” (1874). See his “Autobiography” (1873) and Bain’s “Personal Recollections” (1882). For Criticism, see Taine’s “English Literature,” vol. iv.; Ribot’s “Contemporary English Psychology”; and Courtney’s “Metaphysics of John Stuart Mill” (1879), etc.   1
 


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