Autobiography (Mill)

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY


BY


JOHN STUART MILL


THIRD EDITION



LONDON

LONGMANS, GREEN, READER, AND DYER

MDCCCLXXIV


CONTENTS.


1806–1819.

Childhood and Early Education, 1.

1813–1821.

Moral Influences in Early Youth, 38. My Father's Character and Opinions, 46.

1821–1823.

Last Stage of Education and first of Self-Education, 62.

1823–1828.

Youthful Propagandism, 87, 113. Westminster Review, 91, 129.

1826–1832.

A Crisis in my Mental History, 132. One Stage Onward, 141.

CHAPTER VI.

1830–1840.

Commencement of the most valuable Friendship of my Life, 184. My Father's Death, 202. Writings and other Proceedings up to 1840, 206.


CHAPTER VII.

1840–1870.

General View of the Remainder of my Life, 221, 227, 278, 308:—Completion of the System of Logic, 222. Publication of the Principles of Political Economy, 234. Marriage, 240. Retirement from the India House, 248. Publication of “Liberty,” 251. Considerations on Representative Government, 264. Civil War in America, 266. Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy, 272. Parliamentary Life, 280. Remainder of my Life, 308.


Chapters (not individually listed)


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.