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Rare Plants in West Surrey JUNE 1841 - John Stuart Mill, The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXXI - Miscellaneous Writings 
The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXXI - Miscellaneous Writings, ed. John M. Robson (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1989).
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Rare Plants in West Surrey
Phytologist, I (June 1841), 30. No. 3 in Art. IX, “Varieties; Original and Select”; under this heading appeared the editor’s selection of extracts from correspondents’ letters listing stations at which specimens were found. Signed “J.S. Mill; Kensington, June 1, 1841.” Not republished. Identified in Mill’s bibliography only in the general note, “Various lists of plants found in different parts of England, in a monthly publication, called the Phytologist during 1841” (MacMinn, p. 53).
ribes rubrum and nigrum, the former in many places, the latter abundantly in one place, by the side of the Mole near Esher: perfectly wild and completely naturalized. Turritis glabra, abundant and fine by the road-side between Hampton and Sunbury. Diplotaxis tenuifolia, a rare plant in Surrey, is very abundant above Walton Bridge. Cerastium arvense, on banks by the side of the Thames below Walton Bridge.