By John Stuart Mill
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To avoid confusion, references mcorporated in the original text are moved to footnotes. " are added to original references as necessary. The second section contains Mill's published writings on botany, which appeared in the Phytologist between 1841 and 1862, plus a review of the Phytologist in the Westminster Review (1843), and a "Calendar of Odours" he prepared for Caroline Fox. All of these are extant in only one version, and present no special textual problems. The text proper concludes with two brief notices of the printed version of a medical lecture and of a textbook, the first printed in the Monthly Repository (1834), the second in the Westminster Review (1842).
I have explored some parts of the County very fully, and almost every part of it more or less, but I expect to make many more discoveries before I have done. 122 The immediate result was an exchange of specimens; the gradual one, Mill's acceptance by the botanical community. 123He walked with some of the most avid collectors, and corresponded widely. The most extensive single letter is worth extracting at length, because it suggests much that may have been lost in non-extant correspondence. His friend Henry S.
But also in the Pyrenees, Greece and Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Austria. Vol. XXXIII evidently follows Vol. XXXII, having monthly lists from April 1869 to May 1873 (when Mill died). Up to July 1870, all the entries are from France; then they are from various English and Scottish stations (August 1870 to July 1871); then again from France until June 1872, when there are some entries from Italy and the Alps. English finds Introduction xxxv Mill's walking-tour journals from 1827 to 1832 are mainly topographical in detail, but they sufficiently indicate that, in spite of the respectable distances covered, he took time to stoop and study.
Miscellaneous Writings (Collected Works of John Stuart Mill - vol 31) by John Stuart Mill