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EDITORS’ NOTE - John Stuart Mill, The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume I - Autobiography and Literary Essays 
The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume I - Autobiography and Literary Essays, ed. John M. Robson and Jack Stillinger, introduction by Lord Robbins (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1981).
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Monthly Repository, n.s. VII (Apr., 1833), 262-70. Headed. “Writings of Junius Redivivus”; running title as title. Title footnoted. “The Producing Man’s Companion; an Essay on the Present State of Society, Moral, Political, and Physical, in England. Second Edition, with additions. [London: Wilson, 1833.] / A Tale of Tucuman, with Digressions, English and American, &c. &c. [London: Wilson, 1831.]” The first edition of Junius Redivivus’ (William Bridges Adams’s) Producing Man’s Companion was entitled The Rights of Morality (London: Wilson, 1832). The review is unsigned Not republished Identified in Mill’s bibliography as “A review of the writings of Junius Redivivus in the 76th number of the Monthly Repository (for April 1833)” (MacMinn, p. 25). The Somerville College copy (tear sheets) is headed in Mill’s hand “From the Monthly Repository for April 1833”, and four corrections in his hand are made by cancellation and marginal addition: at 370.4 “some” is altered to “sore”; at 371.1 “with” is altered to “worth”, at 371.38 “fame” is altered to “frame”; and at 374.34 “openly” is replaced by “clearly”.
For comment on the essay, see the Introduction, pp. xxxvi-xxxviii above.