By John Stuart Mill
This quantity includes approximately 375 letters from J.S. Mill. incorporated during this checklist are Mill's letters to Henry Cole and Theodor Gomperz.
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Only contrast the last Edin. with the last Westmr. That miserable stuff of M'Culloch about primogeniture must be answered 23-& will, I trust, with the grace of my lord the devil, with whose school, I have no doubt, we are already classed by the enlightened Southey,--or, if not now, shall be so classed, as soon as the article makes its appearance on his book of the Church. 24 When that time arrives, I shall expect to see our names, or at any rate, that of the review, introduced into his next dissertation de omni scibili, 25 with the addition of a few gentle epithets of disapprobation, as ruffian, miscreant, incendiary, & so forth; or who knows?
1290-ca. 1358). P. for Montmse, best known for his constant attempts at eeonornie reform, close associate of James Mill (1773-1836), whose schoolmate he had been. Anthony Hammond (1758-1838), hamster and advocate of Benthamite legal reforms. 1 very great extent. He has already consolidated the whole of the Criminal Law, which it is intended to bring into Parlt either as one bill or a series of bills so as to supersede all the present system: 4 he means next to go to work upon the civil law, & consolidate that too: but this consolidation he himself declares to be only preparatory to a complete codification of the whole law, common & statute: on the subject of which he has very rational ideas; and he says it would destroy the whole of the system of pleading as at present constituted, and would leave nothing to the discretion of the judge, of the evils of which he has a very strong impression.
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. R. R. the badness of the Edin. R. would do it. Only contrast the last Edin. with the last Westmr. That miserable stuff of M'Culloch about primogeniture must be answered 23-& will, I trust, with the grace of my lord the devil, with whose school, I have no doubt, we are already classed by the enlightened Southey,--or, if not now, shall be so classed, as soon as the article makes its appearance on his book of the Church.