Autobiography of John Stuart Mill

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A CHRONOLOGY OF MILL'S LIFE AND
WRITINGS
Born at Pentonville, London May 20, 1806
Introduced by his father to the study of political
economy
1819
In France with Sir Samuel Bentham 1820-21
Clerk in Examiner's Office, East India Company 1822
Formed " Utilitarian Society" 1822
Period of disillusionment 1826
Published political views in Examiner, PROSPECTS IN
FRANCE
1830
Edited the LONDON REVIEW 1835
Edited and owned the LONDON AND WESTMINSTER
REVIEW
1836-40
A SYSTEM OF LOGIC, RATIOCINATIVE AND INDUCTIVE 1843
PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 1848
Married Mrs. Harriet Hardy Taylor 1851
THE ENFRANCHISEMENT OF WOMEN 1853
Retired from East India Company 1858
Death of Mrs. Mill 1858
DISSERTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS 1859-75
ON LIBERTY 1859
CONSIDERATIONS ON REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT 1861
UTILITARIANISM 1863
Elected to Parliament from Westminster 1865
AN EXAMINATION OF SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON'S
PHILOSOPHY
1865
AUGUSTE COMTE AND POSITIVISM 1865
Defeated in election, retired from Parliament and went
to Avignon
1868
THE SUBJECTION OF WOMEN 1869
Died at Avignon 1873
AUTOBIOGRAPHY, edited by Helen Taylor 1873
NATURE, THE UTILITY OF RELIGION, THEISM, BEING
THREE ESSAYS ON RELIGION
1874

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