James Mill

Standard Name: Mill, James


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Education Sarah Austin
During the five years of their engagement, John Austin decided that Sarah was in need of a rigorous intellectual education in accordance with his religious, political, and philosophical bent of mind.
Frank, Katherine. Lucie Duff Gordon: A Passage to Egypt. Hamish Hamilton.
He provided her...
Family and Intimate relationships John Stuart Mill
His father, James Mill , was a historian and head of the East India Company 's examiner's office; his son's autobiography introduces him as author of The History of British India, 1817.
Rose, Phyllis. Parallel Lives: Five Victorian Marriages. Alfred A. Knopf.
Mitchell, Sally, editor. Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia. Garland Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Harriet Taylor
Despite their efforts to avoid scandal, HT 's relationship with John Stuart Mill remained the subject of much gossip.
Banks, Olive. The Biographical Dictionary of British Feminists. New York University Press.
Rumours travelled through London's Unitarian circles.
Todd, Janet, editor. Dictionary of British Women Writers. Routledge.
Both Mill's father, James Mill , and his friend...
Friends, Associates Lucie Duff Gordon
Friends of LDG 's parents included political radicals and commentators of the day, such as Bentham , theCarlyles , James Mill , Macaulay , and Sydney Smith . Her own childhood friends included her...
Friends, Associates Frances Wright
Bentham took an interest in Wright as a political dissenter who exalted the American political system and was scorned by English Tories. He praised her activities and was curious about the personal history that had...
Intertextuality and Influence Harriet Martineau
This first volume argues strenuously that anomalies in national institutions will have pernicious effects on the laws and ultimately imperil the union itself. Within this context HM refers both to the system of chattel slavery...
Occupation Sarah Austin
SA taught German to Charles Buller , and to both James Mill and his son John Stuart Mill .
Ross, Janet. Three Generations of Englishwomen. John Murray.
Pickett, T. H. “Four Letters of John Stuart Mill to Sarah Austin”. Victorians Institute Journal, Vol.
, pp. 135-41.
politics Sarah Austin
Parental influences inclined both SA and her husband towards radicalism and ultra-Liberal opinions.
Hamburger, Lotte, and Joseph Hamburger. Troubled Lives: John and Sarah Austin. University of Toronto Press.
Later, her husband impressed her with the political opinions he had derived from his army experience, during which he began to...
Residence Sarah Austin
After they were married, the couple moved to No. 1 Queen Square, Westminster; their neighbours included Mill and Bentham .
Ross, Janet. Three Generations of Englishwomen. John Murray.
Textual Features Anna Wheeler
The Appeal consists of two parts: the first is an examination and rebuttal of Mill 's arguments, and the second consists of questions posed and answered. Marriage is critiqued as being not a contract but...
Textual Production Harriet Martineau
Her older friend Lucy Aikin considered the scheme presumptuous and composed a letter to HM advising her to abandon it for humbler tasks more appropriate to her age and gender, but she held off sending...
Textual Production Anna Wheeler
The title continues: To Retain Them in Political, and Thence in Civil and Domestic, Slavery. Wheeler's name did not appear on the original title-page, but Thompson claimed that she was responsible for the much of...


10 October 1802: The Edinburgh Review (founded by Henry Brougham...

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10 October 1802

The Edinburgh Review (founded by Henry Brougham as a quarterly magazine of liberal views) published its first issue; it became a leading voice under editors like Francis Jeffrey and Sydney Smith , and lasted until...

By January 1821: James Mill published Elements of Political...

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By January 1821

James Mill published Elements of Political Economy.

24 January 1824: The first issue of the radical Westminster...

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24 January 1824

The first issue of the radical Westminster Review was published.

1900: Sir Leslie Stephen published The English...

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Sir Leslie Stephen published The English Utilitarians, a three-volume study of Jeremy Bentham , James Mill , and John Stuart Mill .


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