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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 (Sept., 1833), 660. This brief notice appeared in the “New Publications” section of the MR, where, along with a list of new works, there appeared notes appended to some of the titles. Here the entry reads: “Views of the Pyrenees, with Descriptions, by the Author of the Sketches Part I. Bagnères de Bigorre, and the Valley of Campan: Part II. The Pass of the Tourmalet and Barège: (9).” The note (the item here reprinted) begins: “(9) Exactly . . . .” Unsigned. Not republished. Identified in Mill’s bibliography as “A note at the end of the Monthly Repository for September 1833, being a notice of ‘Views from the Pyrenees’ ” (MacMinn, p. 33). No copy in the Somerville College library.
The work, actually entitled neither “Views of . . .” nor “Views from . . . ,” but “Views in . . . ,” has a text by Mrs. R. E. Young, with ten plates based on her sketches. It was published in London by the author, and Leggatt, Colnaghi and Son, Moon, Boys, and Graves, and Walther, in 1831. For comment, see the Introduction, p. xxxviii above.