Notes

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The following abbreviations are used in the notes:

CW The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, 33 vols, John M. Robson, gen.
ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963-91.
IOLR India Office Library and Records, British Museum.
LD Vol. 30, CW, appendix A; Check List of Mill's Indian Despatches.

Note: The bulk of the manuscripts consulted for this book are in the IOLR, from the series E/4 and L/P&S/6 where James Mill's revenue dispatches and the various versions of J. S. Mill's dispatches and accompanying files are found. Individual files in several other series and collections were also consulted, the most important located in the European Manuscripts and series E/2, L/P&S/5, and F/4, IOLR.


Introduction
1.
For good studies of the problematic nature of autobiographies, see Olney, Metaphors of Self; Gusdorf, "Conditions and Limits of Autobiography"; Eakin, Fictions in Autobiography; Spengeman, Forms of Autobiography. Numerous studies of Mill's Autobiography also lead to the conclusion that Mill's self-study is problematic. For a few good examples, see Stillinger, "Who Wrote J. S. Mill's Autobiography?"; Thomas, "John Stuart Mill and the Uses of Autobiography"; Loesburg, Fictions of Consciousness; Carlisle, "J. S. Mill's Autobiography." I wish to thank Thomas Mayer for alerting me to the problematic nature of autobiographies and suggesting some of these readings.
2.
For a few examples of this early scholarship, see Black, "Economic Policy in Ireland and India in the Time of J. S. Mill"; Bearce, British Attitudes Towards India, chap. 10; Pradhan, "Mill on India"; Ryan, J. S. Mill, pp. 128, 193-95;

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I James Mill and India 7
  • Chapter 2 J. S. Mill's Education and the Education of India 28
  • Chapter 3 an Empire of Opinion 51
  • Chapter 4 Princes and Progress 87
  • Chapter 5 an Empire of Reform 126
  • Chapter 6 J. S. Mill and the Imperial Experience 169
  • Appendix 209
  • Reference Matter 217
  • Notes 219
  • Works Cited 259
  • Index 271
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